Strategic Goals related to natural health, Covid testing, vaccines and lockdown restrictions:
#7. To cause people and groups all around the world to boycott the medical and pharmaceutical industries and seek health advice and treatment from natural therapists.
Our natural therapists, and the genuine ‘wellness’ we develop with their assistance, are under enormous threat. When governments restrict the practices of natural therapists during lockdowns, or through social distancing/mask wearing requirements, clients can show their willingness to visit them regardless. Can a campaign be organised that has regular Days for Natural Health Freedom, for example, where clients break lockdown restrictions and travel to their preferred natural health practitioners?
Are you a natural health practitioner? Can you speak to other practitioners and natural health associations about declaring yourselves ‘open for business’ and defy your governments’ choice to consider people with pharmaceutical interests the only genuine authorities on health? Can you resist paying fines for breaching ‘pandemic’ related rules, or practicing without a license if this has been rescinded because you have breached these rules, and if necessary collectively organise to give yourselves up as a group to be imprisoned for conscientiously refusing to pay?
#8. To cause people and groups all around the world to conscientiously refuse to submit to vaccination, which is likely to include nanotechnology that will subvert your individual identity, freedom, dignity, volition and privacy; including through a ‘digital vaccine passport’ (possibly delivered via a microneedle platform using fluorescent microparticles called ‘quantum dots’, which can deliver vaccines and at the same time invisibly encode vaccination history directly in the skin).
How can we best encourage people not to receive Covid vaccinations (experimental injectables), regardless of whether or not they are made legally mandatory by your national government? Can you organise picketing or boycotts of businesses that are coercing their workers into having vaccinations as a condition of employment?
Can you ask all air traffic controllers, and pilots and drivers of air, land and water transport (including military transport), and construction machinery such as cranes, to refuse to take vaccinations on account of the potentially catastrophic dangers to the community if they have a negative reaction to these experimental injectables while working?
Can you organise nonviolent protests or interventions at any education, healthcare (such as nursing homes) or travel related sites that have been targeted as priority vaccination sites to convince the management not to go ahead?
Can you organise a strike by workers at your workplace or in your industry in support of your right to choose not to be used as part of a medical experiment?
Can you organise a strike or ‘refusal to act on vaccine related punishment’ by public servants if they are ordered to cut off people’s government benefits for not taking a vaccine?
Can you ask GPs to resist performing Covid vaccinations by stating they are already overworked and have no further time for this ‘health’ campaign? Can you ask GPs to take positive responsibility for the health of their patients by presenting those patients who ask to be vaccinated with information regarding the exact contents of the vaccine and data regarding the known negative effects of the vaccine, and the data that is still unavailable because of its experimental nature, so that patients can make a genuinely informed choice?
#9. To cause people and groups all around the world to organize or participate in a collective event that conscientiously resists the Covid lockdowns.
This could be, for example, a cultural, religious or sporting event, a nonviolent action for another cause, a community activity such as working to establish a community garden to increase local self-reliance, a celebration or a return to work.
This is all about showing its okay to live our normal lives. The more people involved in a mass ‘dispersed’ event, the less likely we are to be arrested or receive fines. If you are just organising locally, with a small number of people involved, police liaison is crucial for the best possible outcomes to occur. You must be prepared personally for the risk of arrest, and think about how you can make this process as dignified as possible to show your courage and commitment, and your willingness to engage with the police as individual human beings. Then, they may arrest you today, but decide that they don’t wish to do so tomorrow.
The 50,000 restaurants in Italy that opened in defiance of lockdown restrictions in January 2021 are a great example of a mass, dispersed action of noncompliance. Many religious services have been held in defiance of lockdowns. What cultural events matter most in your local community? Sport? Music? How about a ‘Football for Freedom’ match or a ‘Band Together for Freedom’ music event? You may be arrested before completing your event, but if you go with police with dignity, the absurdity of the police’s actions will be made all the more clear.
#10. To cause people and groups all around the world to organize or participate in events that conscientiously refuse to maintain social distance.
Are you a grandparent? Is it possible to organise ‘Grandparents for Freedom’ days, where grandparents visit their grandchildren against lockdown regulations, and take photos of themselves hugging and kissing their grandchildren to post online, or to print off and letterbox drop around their local community? This would work directly against the Elite narrative of having to ‘protect’ our older people by keeping them in isolation, showing that older people have courage and volition of their own.
To give people non-arrestable and arrestable options for showing their support for the campaign, public nonviolent actions could be organised where some of the group abides by social distancing and mask wearing (the masks could have a question mark drawn on them, or lips that appear to be speaking), and holds banners with clear messages encouraging acts of noncooperation, while others remove masks and hold hands or hug one another, accepting arrest in a dignified manner if the police decide to take that course. These actions will work best if you have done solid police liaison beforehand. To discourage use of water cannons and teargas to clear crowds, many smaller public actions could be organised around a city on a particular day, rather than one mass action in a centralised location.
#11. To cause people and groups all around the world to conscientiously resist the wearing of face masks.
Can you organise a mask free day at your workplace? Can you use humour in coming to work wearing alternative types of masks (clowns, superheroes, Guy Fawkes, monsters etc) before removing them?
#12. To cause people and groups all around the world to conscientiously refuse to volunteer for, or submit to, Covid testing/temperature checks.
Can we intervene with pickets, for example, at Covid testing stations or outside shops that require temperature checks? These pickets, which would allow people to go through to be tested if they wish, could include activists standing silently in lines at ‘regulation’ social distance with signs explaining the negative consequences to the human community of choosing to get tested (including providing justification for further lockdowns), encouraging nonparticipation, and encouraging people to take responsibility for their health by using natural health treatments and modalities. Again, such an action will require good police liaison to work well.
#13. To cause parents, teachers, childcare workers, social workers, counsellors, psychologists and other professionals whose work relies on natural, face-to-face communications and interactions to conscientiously refuse to use or enforce mask wearing or social distancing.
Parents and people working in the above professions know better than anyone just how important natural communications and behaviours are, particularly for the development of children and the support of vulnerable people. Are you working in these fields? Can you connect with others to take collective resistance?
#14. To cause building companies, architects and workers to conscientiously refuse to contribute their expertise and labor to the building or retrofitting of quarantine facilities.
Can pickets, blockades or protests be held outside quarantine-related worksites, encouraging workers to engage in work bans on these sites for a number of days, or indefinitely? Can architects and building companies be asked not to tender for quarantine design or building contracts?
#15. To cause people all around the world fined for breaking ‘pandemic’-related health laws or regulations (mask wearing, social distancing and lockdown restrictions, including curfews, local and wider travel restrictions, ‘non-essential’ work bans and business closures) to refuse to pay their fines and continue to conscientiously break these laws or regulations, accepting time in jail as a prisoner of conscience if necessary.
The legal system as it exists in any country does not have the resources to put large numbers of people through the court and prison system. If people refuse to pay fines, and do not deliver themselves up to the legal system voluntarily, it will take enormous resources to send police to locate and arrest all those with a warrant, put them in front of a magistrate, and then imprison them for a number of days, weeks or months in lieu of paying the fine. Already, in Victoria, Australia, for example, many unpaid fines have been withdrawn by the government, presumably for this reason, and the 50,000 restaurant owners in Italy who have reopened against lockdown restrictions cannot possibly all be imprisoned for their actions.
It will be necessary to morally and practically support anyone who is targeted for prosecution as a ‘public example’ – if these people can be supported well through a prison experience, they can understand their important role in remaining courageous and patient for the benefit of the movement as a whole. The more of us who refuse to pay fines, the less chance there is of anyone being prosecuted, until the point where the authorities simply give up trying to enforce the laws or regulations.
RETURN to Taking Action.
CONTINUE to Strategic Goals #16 to #21.