Violent / Destructive protest.

2 years, 7 months ago

To be honest I’m not a fan of “civil disobedience” or non-violent protest.

They put you in prison, and they can make a profit off you, after all the tax payers pay for it, and since you did nothing but hold a sign up and change a handful of minds (that were already probably leaning to your side, lets be honest), does anything really get done?

There isn’t enough momentum now (or in the foreseeable future) for a mass civil-disobedience protest enough to clog the judicial system in anyway. I think there is enough civil obedience out there to not even allow some kind of mass change from civil-DISobedience, so many people would say “no, I better go back to work”.

I am a fan of destructive protest. I believe the only way to get shit done is to dismantle. Nobody gets hurt, the infrastructure comes down.

I’m probably on a list somewhere in the F-B-I now for saying this.

April 26, 2012 at 8:57 am

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