Rethinking Resistance

With all of the tension lately in the United States surrounding the fraudulent 2020 presidential election, I have been struggling internally with how to grasp the entire situation. The fact that Joe Biden has been allowed to take the helm of this nation sets a dangerous precident, one that says, simply, “Who steals, Wins!” (to borrow the format of the British SAS motto.)

It is now clearer than ever before to me that voting in this country is simply a tool of control by the corrupt deep state commanders to give the populace a false sense of choice, and to lul them into a sense of false security, believing that their voices actually matter and are actually heard, but they are not. This is unsustainable and cannot continue.

“We” (And by that I mean, the US as a whole) as a people must begin planning up a new way to revolutionize the way we manage society, the way we govern ourselves, and the way we find a stable ground between so many millions of people who either feel disenfranchised, unheard, or unlistened to. I believe the path forward from this moment is the slow and sure decentralization of our political process, our markets, and a step toward the future of a technological society where independence is placed above all else.

If people begin to start working for themselves, becoming their own investors, becoming their own teachers, becoming their own security and so on, we begin to bleed the system dry. Ditching the confines of the United States government in order to form our own business dealings, partnerships, organizations, and contractual agreements outside of the scope of federal law. This will slowly bring about a change of things, I firmly believe. A gradual mass exodus from the government, in to the arms of self-governance. There are new technologies on the rise to facilitate these things. Municipal management and voting systems could be handled through blockchain, as well as things like currency, loaning of money, and potential lines of credit. The current problem is not one person seems to be willing to risk the loss of their life of comfort in exchange for a transitory period where things may be difficult, everyone wants things done at a hare’s pace but slow and steady wins this large scale race.

One of the major problems I see right now is no clear winner in this battle for the “best decentralized technology” as I believe everything would need a certain degree of interoperability and a set of standards. Solutions must be thought up, invented, and tested for things like courts or a judicial system in general, punishing crimes against humanity like murder or rape. The handling and proof of ownership of people’s specific assets, land, or investments. The ability for people’s work to be safeguarded from malicious intent, or to have a form of decentralized marketplace where unfair, unjust, or plain corrupt organizations or individuals could be put on blast, so to speak, as a warning to be avoided to prevent catastrophic results for the individual.

We the people can use technological advances to our advantage. Technology outpaces past iterations ever faster, and we continue to push the limits of what is possible. One of those possibilities may be to soon have complete decentralized control over our own destiny and to give our voices actual weight. This is the reason why I got in to computer science, because tech one day may return us to our true humanity, we need to rethink resistance, and finally discover what it means to truly be a free citizen.