Watch this animated short about government, "Meet Your Strawman".

Don't pay your taxes. Your government is using your tax money to fund genocide and illegal wars of aggression, and conspiring in the killings of millions of innocent people. By law, you are aiding and abetting war crimes, and it is your responsibility not to fund that. There are lawful ways you can avoid paying taxes which you can search for on the Internet. To learn more about War Law and International Courts, visit Make War History.

There are lots of good reasons to be an entrepreneur instead of an employee.  At least consider being a contractor so that you can deduct expenses as a corporation, protect yourself legally, and easily not pay any taxes.  There have been many people in the United States who have not paid their business taxes -- while a few are being unlawfully jailed, they cannot stop the majority of people.  Our biggest strength is in our numbers!

Contact your local police and tell them about the crimes against humanity committed by our politicians. Print-out and send them this 10-page detailed report outlining all the crimes. They have a legal and moral obligation to treat this seriously. When enough people do this, change will happen.

If you work in the government, talk to your supervisors and managers.  Ask them why there is such a big resistance that is emerging against the government.  Ask them if they know about Germany and how a dictatorship was formed.  There's no coincidence that Germany is the most awake country today (greatest percentage not taking swine flu, greatest percentage that believes 9/11 was an inside job).

For an understanding of the corrupt Canadian Government, and how they use bullying to advance their agenda, read the exciting new book by Marilyn Garshowitz, The Brutal Truth: A personal exposé of the corrupt and abusive Canadian Government and its legal system.

Become a whistleblower if you see any unethical (non necessarily unlawful) activity.  If you are a buyer, don't just give contracts to your friends.  When you see contracts that are being favored, make sure you call people out on it.

Protecting Whistleblowers Who Protect The Public Interest

FAIR (Federal Accountability Initiative for Reform) promotes integrity and accountability within government by empowering employees to speak out without fear of reprisal when they encounter wrongdoing. Our aim is to support legislation and management practices that will provide effective protection for whistleblowers and hence occupational free speech in the workplace.

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