The way you resist matters in the long run
TEDx Talks 2013
Between 1900-2006, campaigns of nonviolent civil resistance were twice as successful as violent campaigns. Erica talks about her research on the impressive historical record of civil resistance in the 20th century and the promise of unarmed struggle in the 21st century. She will focus on the so-called “3.5% rule”—the notion that no government can withstand a challenge of 3.5% of its population without either accommodating the movement or (in extreme cases) disintegrating. In addition to explaining why nonviolent resistance has been so effective, she will also share some lessons learned about why it sometimes fails.
My point here is that the visibility of civil resistance actions allows them to attract more active and diverse participation from these ambivalent people, and once they become involved, it’s almost guaranteed that the movement will then have links to security forces, civilian bureaucrats, economic and business elites, educational elites, state media, religious authorities, and the like, and those people start to re-evaluate their own allegiances.
During a ZOOM call hosted by http://vaccinecnoicecanada.com on Feb 24.21, Dr. Northrup stated only 3% of the population is required to elicit change and we’re there now.
Freedom for truth conference – Canada
Groups are emerging with educational materials for people to self empower and take action together. More than ever we need people to get involved.
Friday March 5, 2021 at 8:00pm EST teams mobilize to make a real difference. Join us and see what can be accomplished when you get an impassioned, heart driven team to unify our Country and focus on change through empowerment, education and action.
Make your number count by participating, and take pride in knowing you contributed …… Join us Friday March 5, 2021 at 8:00pm EST, where we welcome Canadian Constitutional Lawyer Rocco Galati, and Internationally known Doctors – Judy Mikovitz, and Carrie Madej. https://thefreedomorg.ca
Mores details to follow.
Without Prejudice and Without Recourse
Doreen A Agostino