from vigilantcitizen: "Many people who visit this site ask “What should we do about this?”.
Some criticize those who spend time seeking information, blaming them (even calling them cowards) for not taking part of a violent revolution.
While I used to believe that taking the streets and shoving police in riot gear was the epitome of change, I’ve understood that it is not.
Real revolution can happen while you’re sitting at home, wearing sweatpants and petting your cat. Is there something less threatening than a person in sweatpants petting a cat? No. But if this person understands the system’s traps and pitfalls, it can become the elite’s worst nightmare.
Here’s an article that perfectly puts into words this concept." Believe it or not, growing your own food or visiting your local farmers market is more revolutionary and constructive than burning down your own city and killing security forces.
As Washington plunges the Middle East and North Africa into chaos, and city by city collapses into the hands of globalist stooges, many have mistakenly interpreted this “change” as a positive transformation.