If my bus to work was hijacked by pirates I would not willingly pay the fare - only at the point of a gun.
To my mind, there is only one form of non-violent revolution we can undertake and that is withholding our cooperation with the state: in each and every way we can.
The state no longer represents the interests of the people (as if it ever did). No guilt should be felt in this process of revolution - that guilt is a false paradigm to which we have been endlessly trained.
The state must end: we will not change the state, it is irrevocably
corrupt. This state has us in its grip and that grip looks to be only
set to tighten, tighten till we become so weak we can struggle no more.
are those who rest in ignorance of this truth - for now they are the
many. There are those who would do the state's bidding, for their own
gain. And there are the awake. The awake, few though they may be,
outnumber the state's insiders more than ten to one - these insiders
need to be, and rightly always have been, fearful.
dismantle the state before the installation of the mechanisms of
totalitarian control are imposable to resist. Those who do not see this,
I believe, are regrettably lost in denial.
Protest by denying
the state your cooperation and your tithe wherever you can. How can you
be breaking an honourable law if that law is one of an illegitimate
state? Only when we refuse to respect the state's authority will its
usurped power be defused.