The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook

The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook

179 Things to Do 'til the Revolution

Book - 2004
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three-day grab-and-go kit... Stand up for people who stand up for their rights... Find out what your drivers license says about you... Hiding things in plain sight and so much more. A must have for the serious freedom seeker... Book jacket.
179 tools to help you plan and work. From the Table of Contents: Get your private information out of the public eye... Don't talk to strangers... Don't get too hung up on financial security... Never beg for your rights... Don't let the government control your kids... Get started with PGP... Protect your medical privacy... Assume all phones are tapped and the Internet, too... Instead of television... Simple alternative to health insurance... Community: the most radical idea... Your
All of them will shore up the privacy barrier that's been eroded -- if not downright blasted away -- by the Patriot Act, corporate "Little Brotherism," and other laws and regulations. Better yet, Claire will inspire you to free your own Inner Outlaw and kick tyrant butt so you can win back freedom. The choices you make are up to you. But if you've been sitting back waiting for the water to get a little hotter before you jump out of the big government, total-control vat, Claire gives you
who dare to speak their minds." "The ideal citizen of a tyrannical state is the man or woman who bows in silent obedience in exchange for the status of a well cared-for herd animal. Thinking people become the tyrant's greatest enemies." Claire Wolfe is back and has expanded her original 101 Things to Do 'til the Revolution to 179 thought-and-action items. Some will work for nearly anyone. Some will work for those who are more radical. Some are serious. Some are fun.
"America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards." "This book is based on the premise that, when governments turn bad, the best people ultimately become criminal. The people don't change; the laws do. Initiative, dissent, individual pleasures, and exercise of one's basic rights become 'crimes'. Obscure (or in the case of the world today -- fear fueled) regulations and technical paperwork violations are used to destroy people
Publisher: Port Townsend, Wash. : Loompanics Unlimited, c2004
ISBN: 155950241X
Branch Call Number: 323.440973 WOL
Characteristics: viii, 186 p. : ill. ; 28 cm


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