Sunday, November 29, 2009

Nonviolent Civil Disobedience:

Strategy of Nonviolent Civil Disobedience:

Goals: Communicate to perpetrators (military and others) that they are identified and surrounded.
Force political leaders to dismiss and disarm the perpetrators in the military and government.
Defuse the potential for armed conflict by offering both an olive branch and the threat of force.
Realize the four goals that include the five reforms, domestic political reform, end the arms race, and replace it with a new Marshall Plan.

Methods: Spontaneous demonstrations, theatrical protests to publicize and dramatize the conflict, energize and involve the public at large, slow down strikes, work stoppages, paralyze the government and military structures, interrupt and stop basic services to perpetrators, blocking maneuvers in front of bases and government buildings, stop the money flowing to illegal programs, interrupt tax payments to the federal government, instigate revolt of the work force that supports hostile state functions, apply pressure to all elected political leaders, apply pressure to select political personalities to vote against the perpetrators and vote for the four goals.

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