Saturday, 28 November 2009


Here we go. Courtesy of Captain Ranty. Adopt as many as you can into you life and let's have some fun with the 646.

1. Public speeches
2. Letters of opposition or support
3. Declarations by organizations and institutions
4. Signed public declarations
5. Declarations of indictment and intention
6. Group or mass petitions

7. Slogans, caricatures, and symbols
8. Banners, posters, and displayed communications
9. Leaflets, pamphlets, and books
10. Newspapers and journals
11. Records, radio, and television
12. Skywriting and earthwriting

13. Deputations
14. Mock awards
15. Group lobbying
16. Picketing
17. Mock elections

18. Displays of flags and symbolic colours
19. Wearing of symbols
20. Prayer and worship
21. Delivering symbolic objects
22. Protest disrobings
23. Destruction of own property
24. Symbolic lights
25. Displays of portraits
26. Paint as protest
27. New signs and names
28. Symbolic sounds
29. Symbolic reclamations
30. Rude gestures

31. "Haunting" officials
32. Taunting officials
33. Fraternization
34. Vigils

35. Humourous skits and pranks
36. Performances of plays and music
37. Singing

38. Marches
39. Parades
40. Religious processions
41. Pilgrimages
42. Motorcades

43. Political mourning
44. Mock funerals
45. Demonstrative funerals
46. Homage at burial places

47. Assemblies of protest or support
48. Protest meetings
49. Camouflaged meetings of protest
50. Teach-ins

51. Walk-outs
52. Silence
53. Renouncing honours
54. Turning one's back


55. Social boycott
56. Selective social boycott
57. Lysistratic nonaction
58. Excommunication
59. Interdict

60. Suspension of social and sports activities
61. Boycott of social affairs
62. Student strike
63. Social disobedience
64. Withdrawal from social institutions

65. Stay-at-home
66. Total personal noncooperation
67. "Flight" of workers
68. Sanctuary
69. Collective disappearance
70. Protest emigration (hijrat)


71. Consumers' boycott
72. Nonconsumption of boycotted goods
73. Policy of austerity
74. Rent withholding
75. Refusal to rent
76. National consumers' boycott
77. International consumers' boycott

78. Workers' boycott
79. Producers' boycott

80. Suppliers' and handlers' boycott

81. Traders' boycott
82. Refusal to let or sell property
83. Lockout
84. Refusal of industrial assistance
85. Merchants' "general strike"

86. Withdrawal of bank deposits
87. Refusal to pay fees, dues, and assessments
88. Refusal to pay debts or interest
89. Severance of funds and credit
90. Revenue refusal
91. Refusal of a government's money

92. Domestic embargo
93. Blacklisting of traders
94. International sellers' embargo
95. International buyers' embargo
96. International trade embargo


97. Protest strike
98. Quickie walkout (lightning strike)

99. Peasant strike
100. Farm workers' strike

101. Refusal of impressed labour
102. Prisoners' strike
103. Craft strike
104. Professional strike

105. Establishment strike
106. Industry strike
107. Sympathy strike

108. Detailed strike
109. Bumper strike
110. Slowdown strike
111. Working-to-rule strike
112. Reporting "sick" (sick-in)
113. Strike by resignation
114. Limited strike
115. Selective strike

116. Generalised strike
117. General strike

118. Hartal
119. Economic shutdown


120. Withholding or withdrawal of allegiance
121. Refusal of public support
122. Literature and speeches advocating resistance

123. Boycott of legislative bodies
124. Boycott of elections
125. Boycott of government employment and positions
126. Boycott of government departments, agencies, and other bodies
127. Withdrawal from governmental educational institutions
128. Boycott of government-supported institutions
129. Refusal of assistance to enforcement agents
130. Removal of own signs and placemarks
131. Refusal to accept appointed officials
132. Refusal to dissolve existing institutions

133. Reluctant and slow compliance
134. Nonobedience in absence of direct supervision
135. Popular nonobedience
136. Disguised disobedience
137. Refusal of an assemblage or meeting to disperse
138. Sitdown
139. Noncooperation with conscription and deportation
140. Hiding, escape, and false identities
141. Civil disobedience of "illegitimate" laws

142. Selective refusal of assistance by government aides
143. Blocking of lines of command and information
144. Stalling and obstruction
145. General administrative noncooperation
146. Judicial noncooperation
147. Deliberate inefficiency and selective noncooperation by
enforcement agents
148. Mutiny

149. Quasi-legal evasions and delays
150. Noncooperation by constituent governmental units

151. Changes in diplomatic and other representation
152. Delay and cancellation of diplomatic events
153. Withholding of diplomatic recognition
154. Severance of diplomatic relations
155. Withdrawal from international organisations
156. Refusal of membership in international bodies
157. Expulsion from international organisations


158. Self-exposure to the elements
159. The fast
a) Fast of moral pressure
b) Hunger strike
c) Satyagrahic fast
160. Reverse trial
161. Nonviolent harassment

162. Sit-in
163. Stand-in
164. Ride-in
165. Wade-in
166. Mill-in
167. Pray-in
168. Nonviolent raids
169. Nonviolent air raids
170. Nonviolent invasion
171. Nonviolent interjection
172. Nonviolent obstruction
173. Nonviolent occupation

174. Establishing new social patterns
175. Overloading of facilities
176. Stall-in
177. Speak-in
178. Guerrilla theatre
179. Alternative social institutions
180. Alternative communication system

181. Reverse strike
182. Stay-in strike
183. Nonviolent land seizure
184. Defiance of blockades
185. Politically motivated counterfeiting
186. Preclusive purchasing
187. Seizure of assets
188. Dumping
189. Selective patronage
190. Alternative markets
191. Alternative transportation systems
192. Alternative economic institutions

193. Overloading of administrative systems
194. Disclosing identities of secret agents
195. Seeking imprisonment
196. Civil disobedience of "neutral" laws
197. Work-on without collaboration
198. Dual sovereignty and parallel government


Rogerborg said...


Look, if you couldn't even be bothered to read your adorable little list, you probably shouldn't expect anyone else to use it as a template for revolution.

Oldrightie said...

If only. Booze, TV and drugs come first to our woeful population.

Captain Ranty said...

Or, you can consider it as useful information.

Counter-intelligence, if you will.


Anonymous said...

Much easier to x the box next to B.N.P. at the next election.

It's the only thing they fear.

Roger Dodger said...

The agony of choice.

What is a 'reverse trial'?

electro-kevin said...

There is a party that should be representing you right now. They aren't an they haven't been for a long while.

This is why you have no voice and these pointless games of yours will make no difference but to get you labled as a nutter and diminished our legitimate cause.

Don't vote Tory. Tell the Tories that you won't be voting Tory. Tell them WHY you won't be voting Tory. Tell everyone else to do the same.


Jess The Dog said...

This is a good list and an interesting slant to the agenda of disobedience and rejection.

There are potential linkages to be made between those of us who can perhaps be styled "refuseniks" and wider academia.

There is a wide academic tradition embracing peace studies, citizen participation, philosophy, culture and gender studuesm political theory (Marxism) and social policy. This may have fallen by the wayside as "media studies" and "political studies" have advanced, and as the heyday of the 1970s has passed. Some of this is wrapped up in the revolutionary heritage that our rulers once claimed as their own.

Maybe the resistance of the blogosphere (and others) against the "electoral dictatorship" is worthy of academic partnership?

Professor Old Holborn, anyone?

Might even get some state funding for the "resistance"....

Ex-Pat Alfie said...

Well I've done my bit. I fucked off years ago.

PS Word verification "nomastr" spot on.

Anonymous said...

above list copyright The Popular Front For The Liberation of Judea

killemallletgodsortemout said...

What happened to the bumper stickers?

Weston Bay said...

I'm a bit curious about 158 Self-exposure to the elements?!?!

Self-exposure of what exactly? To which elements? Earth, air, water, fire?

Sounds positively lewd if you ask me. Or at the very least rather unpleasant...

Hairy Arsed Bloke said...

Most of the items on that list are now illegal, and the rest will get you locked up for {any_random_reason_that_a_policeman_can_come_up_with_at_the_time_goes_here}.

banned said...

Swizz, does not include self immolation

thelunaticarms said...

Boxing Day - go to your local MP's home and lawfully harass them.
Stuff like singing God-awful Christmas carols out of tune or leaving large amounts of rotten treats for them. That kind of stuff.

And if that don't work, go all Muslim-mad-bomber on their collective arses'.

Blair cunt said...

I think you'll find that the Blair Fascism Project has outlawed many of those options. Many others could have you up for harrassment of our delicate public officials.

The only real way out of all this is for the electorate to vote for non-alligned candidates at the next election; basically anything outside Tory, Labour and Lib Dem.

That's the only way out. A quick return to a citizen parliament.

pronse said...

Its too late. They are all the same. The suggestion of voting anyone but the 3 is the best bet, but in truth it will still result in the 3 getting back, because the sheeple cannot do the math. Their idiot boxes and fishwrapper comics show only the views of the 3, and in the absence of a huge amount of advertising spending the message you are trying to give will not get across. Which member of the oligarchy ( or foreign power ) will be putting up the payolla for the posters?

Emigrate if you can. We are heading for Hell fast here. Oh for a grocers daughter from Grantham now.

Anonymous said...

Pre-print up political messages, slogans and arguments running contrary to the fascist-state onto sticky back paper.

Go to your local public library on a clandestine mission.

Whilst browsing through appropriate racks of pro-fascist pro-statist books inconspiciously and at random apply the pre-printed anti-statist anti-fascist political messages into said books in a way that future pro-statist pro-fascist readers hoping to encounter state-sponsored propaganda by way of said books to prop up their enthusiastic support for the fascist state are wisened up to the fact that many would in fact oppose the minority of fascists currently propped up into power.

Go home, smoke a fag, drink a pint, eat lard and laugh your ass off for having done thrown a monkey-wrench into the state sponsored fascist apparatus.

The following day, get up and do it again.

Beast said...

Fucking hell that was boring OH

thelunaticarms said...

I've had another idea (not the only thing I'm having either, poxy kebabs).

When the PPC's come knocking, kidnap them on the stop and put them in the dungeon. If you haven't a dungeon, the cupboard under the stairs would be suffice.

Of course, we must let them out, but only after the election. We need to be sure.

Anonymous said...

I'd read Capt'n Ranty's list over at his blog & thought it made a lot of sense.
Some actions will suit some people, others will suit other people - each to their own. At least the Capt'n has tried to come up with ways that we can each throw a spanner into the collective LibLabCon conspiracy to sell us all off to the EU. Go along that path - like lambs to slaughter - if tht's your preference. Personally, I shall be kicking & screaming the whole way. And if enough of us do that, the train may be derailed.

Marcellus said...

Whenever a revolution takes place the first aim is to take over the broadcast media.

The Project is succeeding because they control broadcast media.

The present day broadcast media is the most powerful mind-bending power in the history of Humanity.

The broadcasters are our enemy.

The main asset of The Project is their control of the broadcast media - and it is therefore also their achilles heel.

Every effort should be targeted at destroying the power of the broadcast media, including of course in particular the BBC news and current affairs department.

Destroy the power of the broadcast media to promote The Project and even now the Project will die.

Anonymous said...

Anon 13:25
You took the words right off my keyboard. Growing support for the BNP sends a shiver down their yellow spines. Look at the way UKIP have launched a "big hitter" to dilute Griffin's support in Barking. Marge Hodge must be overjoyed that the establishment's yapping dog (AKA UKIP) is helping save her worthless skin.

Killer said...

What a saying!!!

Anonymous said...


28 November 2009 22:00

If ukip decide to do that,they will have shown their hand,they would be no better than the commie greens or the liblabcons.They'd be better off putting all their energry into taking Bercow's seat,there are plenty of seats for them to have a go at.

Simon said...

Anyone fancy doing a great big fuck off sign / poster / mural on a field beside the M25 or another prominent place? I've got the gear to project/transfer anything you can design onto the ground at any scale and level of detail. A nice sharp message or image would be seen by thousands every day. Might be an idea for closer to the election.

All it needs is a few willing people with some paint, an acquiescent farmer and a good design. Perhaps a suitable crop circle type design if it's in the summer.

State of the Nation said...

Excuse me,but it's not the 646 you have to work on,but the millions of voters. The 646 are powerless if you can convince the majority of the populace of their vulnerabilty.
The populace is ready for a change,but no credible alternative is visible. UKIP are seen as a one trick pony,and the BNP are too nasty for most tolerant Brits. Only the coming together of opponents to the status quo can mobilise enough momentum to upset the applecart.This means compromise and settling for lesser goals for each individual,but the chance to change government for the interests of the many instead of the few requires pragmatism.
Work on forming an alliance for the general interest instead of splintering into small shards.

adam said...

UKIP in self destruct.


british MPs briefed on forced vaccinations

no longer UKRAP said...

Anon 13:25
You took the words right off my keyboard. Growing support for the BNP sends a shiver down their yellow spines. Look at the way UKIP have launched a "big hitter" to dilute Griffin's support in Barking. Marge Hodge must be overjoyed that the establishment's yapping dog (AKA UKIP) is helping save her worthless skin.

28 November 2009 22:00

I was going to tactical vote UKIP as where i am they are the only opposition choice but seeing as they are helping hodge they just lost my vote.

Anonymous said...

Why are all the people moaning over the economy? If you want to blame someone for the situation, blame Carter, Clinton and Team Obama. Clinton abolished the redlining, thus thousands of bad loans were handed out in the US, and then the system crashed (thanks to Clinton's "genius" the US repeated the exact same mistakes that destroyed Japan's bubble economy in the 90s, but do politicians ever learn? Nope, they don't.)

Barney Franks said that everything was in order with Fannie and Freddie and a few weeks later both almost collapsed. Bush had tried to reform both several times but the Democrats always blocked him.

Thank the politicians for the crash, since they meddled in the economy. Thank the media for hyping it. Because, guess what, the "financial crisis" isn't so bad. It only turned worse because dipshit politicians started to play around in it.

Thank Obama for destroying one trillion dollars and for pushing the US to 10% unemployment.

And, folks, history proves without a doubt that there is only one economic system that works: capitalism. Everything else always fails.

People whine about how much money managers make. But nobody ever mentions how much money asshats like Gordon Brown destroy every day.

As for the strike... Please... stop the commie crap. If you don't want capitalism move to North Korea.

Not that it'd change anything on the long run. Production in the EU is getting more and more expensive for the companies. Guess what'll happen when people start striking for no good reason. Companies will move away and as a result you'll have more unemployment. No, there's no good reason for striking in privately owned companies. It's those companies that keep the economy up, not the government.

You want the state to give in? Go after the government and its goons.

defender said...
Copenhagen climate conference
Climate change denier Nick Griffin to represent EU at Copenhagen
BNP leader who believes climate change activists are 'cranks' will be member of European parliament's delegation
Nick Griffin, the leader of the British National party, is to represent the European parliament at the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen, which opens next week.
Last night politicians and scientists reacted furiously to news that the far-right politician and climate change denier should be attending the summit on behalf of the EU.
Griffin, who was elected to the European parliament in June, confirmed last night that he would attend as the representative of the parliament's environmental committee. World leaders, including Barack Obama and Gordon Brown, are hoping to forge a new global agreement to curtail greenhouse gas emissions.
Without such a deal, scientists warn that world temperatures will increase by more than 2C by the end of the century, triggering ice cap melting, sea-level rises, widespread flooding, the spread of deserts and devastating storms.
In a speech in the parliament last week, Griffin denounced those who warn of the consequences of climate change as "cranks". He said they had reached "an Orwellian consensus" that was "based not on scientific agreement, but on bullying, censorship and fraudulent statistics".
"The anti-western intellectual cranks of the left suffered a collective breakdown when communism collapsed. Climate change is their new theology… But the heretics will have a voice in Copenhagen and the truth will out. Climate change is being used to impose an anti-human utopia as deadly as anything conceived by Stalin or Mao."

Anonymous said...

Is Karl Marx blacked up?

Hard-a-port said...

TEDIOUS and Boring!

re-writing history in the uk 2009 said...

more brown bollocks……….

dont we have teachers or nurses?

the only person Brown has ever helped is himself……….oh and the russians!

couldnt possibly be a way to fiddle the dole figures?

Anonymous said...

All vote BNP - just for the hell of it.

Anonymous said...

If one can't take over the broadcast stations by force and can't jam them, one can deface the print media, where-ever morning newspapers sit from the wee hours inside coin-drop boxes, labels relaying any truth not being said in the MSM or referencing to a list of websites can be hurriedly stuck on the front page of the whole stack in the matter of a minute in the cover of dark before moving around the corner to the next one. Labels can similarly be nonchalantly applied in doors, windows, bulletin boards, where-ever they might be seen.

In Russia immediately following the Bolshevik revolution, small groups nabbed here and there were shot on site and their bodies permanently disappeared for anti-authoritarian activities, but it hasn't gotten to that extreme (yet) - so may still be some time for political theatrics and clandestine operations as this list gives many fine examples.

It would require organization without the use of incriminating emails and telephone calls since they cannot trace and eavesdrop on the conversations and plotting done face to face.

Anonymous said...

UKIP need their heads seen to for saving that worthless slag Hodge - she of the paedophile ring connections while Council leader. So that's them off the voting list.
Limp Dems have been wittering that they might - just might - consider another LibLab pact - that plus their traitorous action over the EU Referendum clears them out of the ring.
Green's? Eco-Fascists so that's another resounding 'No'.
Cons? Not after CMD's statement on an EU Referendum - also our local Con led Council are currently shitting in the face of local voters.
So it's either stay at home or vote for Nick Griffin & the BNP. As the BNP are strongly in the Climate Change Deniers camp I think they're the ones for my vote.
Then there's Labour - I'd rather poke sharp pins into my eyeballs than vote Labour....

I am Stan said...

Stop wasting your energies..prepare for the worst and take a holiday...

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