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Leader vs Leaderless resistance

So you want to start a resistance movement, protest movement etc. How does it get done? How did it get done in the past? How can it be done in this time period?

It’s stuff many people are thinking about. In the past we had movements that were lead by leaders, leaders that people could rally around and who people loved, or at least respected. Programs such as Cointelpro made it very easy to wipe out those leaders and to remove them.

Guidelines came along on how to resist Cointelpro Infiltrations because of this.

http://security.resist.ca/personal/culture.shtml
http://security.resist.ca/personal/investigations.shtml

In the past when you had a leader, if the leader was arrested, killed, imprisoned, etc then often the movement just died, or it had to wait till a new leader sprung up.

“Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, and against the man that is my fellow, saith the LORD of hosts: smite the shepherd, and the sheep shall be scattered: and I will turn mine hand upon the little ones.
smite Matt 26:31, Mark 14:27
 
In the movement of Christianity new leaders did arise, many were also killed, persecuted, until the state stepped in and took over the movement, then everyone else was persecuted but for very different reasons. The history is really interesting.

Then we have other movements and leaders. Kennedy tried to remove the federal reserve, apparently a bit of a no, no thing to do, and it did not work out well for him.

Martin Luther King and others like him tried to free, or raise up their people from oppression. When leaders like him died out, others did rise, but before they could become full bloom, programs like Cointelpro were there to make sure that no more messiahs that could unite the masses would rise. That is what was done then and now.

So people moved towards leaderless resistances, or a vertical resistance structure. Power is not concentrated in anyone spot. So if they wipe out one sector, another sector still remains. This by the way is similar to the structure that our oppressors use. Eg. Each area controls it’s population, and there are people in that sector who rule it and govern it the way they see fit. I have blogged about this before.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leaderless_resistance

I have been reading up about this, this is what wikepedia has to say.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leaderless_resistance

[quote]
General characteristics
A typical covert cell operates as anything from a lone individual to a small group of members. The basic characteristic of the structure is that there is no explicit communication between cells which are otherwise acting toward the same goals. Members of one cell usually have little or no specific information on who else is agitating on behalf of their cause.

Leaderless movements may have symbolic figureheads. It can be a public figure or an inspirational author, who picks generic targets and objectives, but does not actually manage or execute plans. Media, in this case, often create a positive feedback loop: the publishing of declarations of a movement’s role model instills motivation, ideas and assumed sympathy in the minds of potential agitators who lend further authority to the figurehead.[citation needed] While this may be loosely viewed as a vertical command structure, it is notably unidirectional: a titular leader makes pronouncements and activists may respond but there is no established contact between the two levels of organization.

As a result, leaderless resistance cells are largely insusceptible to informants and traitors. As there is neither a center that may be destroyed, nor links between the cells that may be infiltrated, it is more difficult for established authorities to arrest the development of a leaderless resistance movement than more conventional hierarchies.

Given its asymmetrical character and the fact that it is often strategically adopted in the face of an obvious institutional power imbalance, leaderless resistance has much in common with guerrilla warfare. The latter strategy, however, usually retains some form of organized, bidirectional leadership and is often more broad-based than the individualized actions of leaderless cells. In some cases, a largely leaderless movement may evolve into a coherent insurgency or guerrilla movement, as successfully occurred with the Yugoslav partisans of World War II. In the same conflict, the British leadership had extensive plans for the use of such resistance in the event of a German invasion.[2]

While the concept of leaderless resistance is often based on resistance by violent means, it is not limited to them. The same structure can be used by non-violent groups authoring, printing and distributing samizdat literature, using the Internet to create self-propagating boycotts against political opponents, maintaining an alternative electronic currency outside of the reach of the taxing governments and transaction-logging banks.
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I think this is the best structure for any modern movement based on the obstacles that are out there. Doesn’t mean you can not share what is working and what is not working, but it helps to limit your liabilities. It also helps to foster potential leaders, and it makes it harder to get rid of them all at once. Think season seven BTVS “potentials”. Trying to wake up all the leaders at once instead of waiting for one to fall and the other to rise.

I think this is similar to the resistance structure used in the movie V and V the final Battle. Yes I do realise that the movie was about fighting lizard like aliens, but the underlying meaning of the movie was really resisting fascist that had come and were basically doing what the Nazis did.

[quote] Where there are oppressors, there will be those with the courage to resist. That simple truth is the underlying premise of V: The Miniseries, Kenneth Johnson’s allegory to World War II and fascism. [/quote]
We hope there will be those with the courage to resist, it’s not a guarantee, and if enough of those do not wake up, and rise up in time, well the world will still go on as it is.

For any resistance, revolution to take place, people have to realise there is a problem. I didn’t. I thought I lived in one of the best countries in the world, my government was top notch, and those evil crimes of the state were committed by other countries not my own.

Even when I first started to realise that this was state sponsored, I still thought that there would be good politicians who would fix this. I do now see that there are no easy answers, politicians are just people, many of them with average amounts of courage and with more to lose then many other average people. They won’t fix this and the one who tries to, will meet our fate or worst. They can lend an ear, and they can give encouragement, but it’s the people who have the power. The crazy part of this always has been that it’s the people with the power, yet you are giving it up to corporations, and the elite.
If tomorrow we stopped banking with those we bank with, using their Internet, cellphones, cable, phone services, etc, how far would they get? How far would they be? They would be bankrupt and a little more willing to listen to the people. We do have the power, I have never doubted this, but will we ever utilise it?

For me I really do believe that awareness and education is key. If you don’t know something is wrong, how can you resist or rebel against it. If you are happy with what you think is freedom, then how can you fight oppression?

The worst slavery is to think that you are free. We are not free, but how many people really know this? I didn’t.

Once you make people aware, you can not force them to believe you. You can try, but you can’t. You can only wait patiently and hope that they see what you see, feel what you feel.

Eg. [quote]Morpheus: The Matrix is everywhere, it is all around us. Even now, in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window, or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work, or when go to church or when you pay your taxes. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth.
Neo: What truth?
Morpheus: That you are a slave, Neo. Like everyone else, you were born into bondage, born inside a prison that you cannot smell, taste, or touch. A prison for your mind. (long pause, sighs) Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself. This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back.[/quote]

[quote]Morpheus: I’m trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it. [/quote]

For about 10 years I thought this movie was just garbage. I really didn’t understand it, and more over felt that the world could never be like this. So I never worried about it, or thought about it. My education into this system was so complete, and I would have argued with anyone who tried to tell me differently. The world however is controlled and we are not free the way we are taught to think that we are.

[quote]There are of course those who do not want us to speak. I suspect even now, orders are being shouted into telephones, and men with guns will soon be on their way. Why? Because while the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth. And the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this country, isn’t there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission.
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[quote]But if you see what I see, if you feel as I feel, and if you would seek as I seek, then I ask you to stand beside me one year from tonight, outside the gates of Parliament, and together we shall give them a fifth of November that shall never, ever be forgot. People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people. Strength through unity, unity through faith! I am V. At last you know the truth.[/quote]

Even when I first saw this movie, I didn’t at first realise that this is what is happening within our countries. Again my mind was so firmly ingrained in this freedom concept that I was taught, that I took it for granted that this had any relevance to what I was experience, even though I was aware of Gang Stalking at the time.

Once people are aware, and they believe then the question is what are they going to do about it? Many see truth, trip over it, get up dust themselves off and carry on. The world has always been like this why should it change now? Yes and some do have this mentality and really are happy with the way things are, and that’s fine for them. However if you are not happy with how things are, then this might be a chance to help make others aware.

“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” George Orwell

Even if that is your only revolution, at least it’s something.

The reasons revolutions die. Resources, resistance, and renewal.

Resources get tapped out, arrests, lawyers, etc. Resistance is not renewed because there is no one there to keep up the fight and movements are not renewed. How can they be when most of a population is snitching for the state? Also the knowledge is not passed on.

I believe the main problem is the knowledge and the know how not being passed on. Much of it get’s  repressed by the state. I have said it before, but every time I go back to old articles in my blogs, many of the links are no longer valid, youtube videos have been removed, etc. It’s like pointing out to the state what bit’s of knowledge got left on the net and what to further repress. Articles go missing, websites go offline, and then all the information has to be gathered again. I think if more effort went into preserving information then we would all be a lot better off.

Tim Fields is a great example. He spent 10 years of his life documenting the bullying phenomenon, just before he could look into collusion he died. The site is no longer available, but someone had the good presence of mind to back up his research.

http://www.bullyeq.com/bol/
http://www.successunlimited.co.uk/

If not for this, then the information would have been lost. Now he had a really good and popular forum and was making great headway, he is a leader people would have followed and rallied around, but now that he is gone, I can’t think of anyone who picked up his research into collusion.

http://www.bullyeq.com/bol/action/obstruct.htm

All the links pointing to his old site are gone and the domain name shows unavailable for the old site. I don’t think anyone picked up the research, but he helped make bullying a household name and he is owed a great deal of gratitude by me and others. His site and a few others helped maintain me before I ever learnt the term gang stalked. Remember I first thought this was harassment, then bullying, then mobbing, then gang stalking. The pieces came together one piece at a time. His story is really amazing, and people have risen up who do maintain bulling sites, but I am not aware of anyone looking into the interconnected corruption aspect of bullying. It is however there for the taking.

I see this as a key problem for many movements that rally around just one person. It has an advantage, because everyone moves as one united front, and it’s easy to give commands and have instructions followed, but on the other hand it’s vulnerable in ways other structures are not.

Then if you do resist, remember some of the fun things that you are going to be up against.

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2007/08/18/so-you-want-a-revolution/

It’s just fun things to think about. Many of us did not choose this path consciously, but I think subconsciously maybe I did choose this. So with that in mind, I will continue to do what I can, I know people want direction about what to do and how to do it. I believe that change can happen, but we each have to be willing to play a role. We want leaders, but right now those leaders are the ones with the choker of oppression around our necks. So we cry out for better leaders, but in the end does it really change?
Also what are you really willing, able to sacrifice for this change to happen?

September 10, 2008 - Posted by | Active Denial Weapons, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Cointelpro, Community harassment, community mobbing, community policing, Conformity, control, Controlled society, Corruption, dissident, Fascism, Fascist, Film, Gang Stalking, government corruption, harassment, High technology, Jesus, Laws, Martin Luther King Jr, Matrix, mobbing, Movies, New World Order, NWO, oppression, revolution, slavery, slaves, Snitches, Social Control, society, Stalking, Targeted Individual, telecommunications, The Matrix, Tribute, whistle blower, workplace mobbing, youtube | ,

2 Comments »

  1. I completely concur with this post. We TI’s will do well to ‘follow’ a line of defense and strength, even attack, through leaderless resistance. God bless you all and stay strong as you are, The Lord loves you dearly. The Bible says you can endure this, and with victory.

    Comment by proudchristiangirl | January 28, 2010 | Reply

    • Endurance is a daily thing. Sometimes it’s not the big things, but the little things. Still thanks for the kind words.

      Comment by gangstalking | February 4, 2010 | Reply


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