Che Guevara wrote – Almost all the popular movements undertaken against dictators in recent times have suffered from the same fundamental fault of inadequate preparation. The rules of conspiracy, which demand extreme secrecy and caution, have not generally been observed. The governmental power of the country frequently knows in advance about the intentions of the group or groups, either through its secret service, or from imprudent revelations or in some cases from outright declarations…Absolute secrecy, a total absence of information in the enemy’s hands, should be the primary base of the movement.
It should only take a moment’s thought to understand that such advice, which Guevara intended for those embarking on armed struggle, is every bit as valuable for many of those intent on waging wholly peaceful cultural or political war…..
That is not to ignore the very real problems which opponents of the Great Reset already suffer at the hands of increasingly repressive states, and the corporations to which they increasingly outsource their anti-dissident dirty work. The best answer to such repression, however, is not banner-waving confrontation, but ducking and diving to avoid the blows. To mix metaphors, the best way to avoid the flak is to stay under the radar.
EXTRACT from Deus Vult. The Great Reset Resistance. pp122-123. Sold by the English Democrats for £25 a copy.