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ReBeL's HaNdBoOk

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Rebel's Handbook

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By Gunn c, mook w, and Kat R THE REBEL'S HANDBOOK Step one - Find a LEADER who would BE READY AND PREPARED TO SACRIFICE THEIR FREEDOM AND LIFE... step two - LEADERS SHOULD INCLUDE and show respect to THEIR ENEMIES
FOR THE FUTURE SOCIETY AND NEVER EXCLUDE THEM... "A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination."
- Nelson Mandela Example: Step three UDD red-shirt protest -
Bangkok, Thailand 2010 Nelson Mandela on Robben Island On 20 April 1964 Nelson Mandela said "I am prepared to die." Nelson Mandela chose a White woman (Zelda La Grange) to be his secretary or personal assistant. The reason for this, was to include his enemies so they can change. - Leaders should find a future leader with high charisma. Someone
who will be able to capture people's attention. Example: Walter sisulu who was a lawyer said that Nelson Mandela had the quality to be a leader. Walter saw the charisma within Nelson Mandela and said Mandela was the man he was looking for. DON'TS
Why? Because demonstrating with violence simply causes the soliders and polices to start firing in order to disperse the rally. By that time, the loss of lives would not be worth it. Example: a) During apartheid in South africa, 20,000 black secondary students boycotted examinations as a protest. It began on June 16 1976. The pupils started to burn down government buildings and cars were destroyed. In the end, police started firing which lead to 618 deaths of students and about 1500 students injured.

b) The PAC decided to protest against the law that all Blacks had to have their passbooks with them all the time or they would be thrown in to jail. The protest started with Blacks leaving their passbooks at home and showing up at local police stations to admit that they were breaking the law. The PAC protestors were not intending voilence. They were tryiing to put pressure on the police because the police would be unable to lock up every single person due to the size of the prison. In the end at Sharpville, this violence broke out and the police to start firing leading to 67 deaths and 186 injuries. This is also known as the Sharpvillle Massacre. A revolutionary guide - DO NOT demonstrate amidst violence DO's - DO TRY TO COMMENCE SANCTIONS Why? Because sanctions puts pressure on the government, causing an economic breakdown. Without trading with other countries, that country would be in a state of emergency. Simultaneosly, keeping the population unharmed...
Example: 1) In 1989, the UDF formed an alliance with the COSATU to form the MDM or Mass Democratic Movement which led to a country wide campaign of civil disobedience to challenge aparthied institutions. Oliver Tambo then held talks with the governments of Great Britian and the Soviet Uniion, and again with the US secretary state in Washington. The UN and India held sanctions against South African sports in the 1970s. The United States held sanctions against south african universities and foundations. Santions aganst South africa remained in force and even increased throughtout apartheid.



- The sanctions caused economic unsustainability. In 1990 the white president de Klerk realized the economic unsustainability of the apartheid system and released Nelson Mandela the black nationalist leader and unbanned the ANC that Mandela led. Conclusively,The sanctions were a sucess. - TRY to organize a demonstration that will capture the world's attention towards what you are trying to do
*** TRY TO CATCH THE NEWS HEADLINES *** example : The PAC in South africa had organized a demonstation that went against the passbook law (also mentioned in Step

1) This demonstration was country wide, nonetheless, it got violent in Sharpville. The sharpeville massacre in south africa (march 1966) really caught the attention from the world and eventually lead to sanctions by other countries around the world !! The sanctions then helped abolish apartheid. Step Four How? The leaders should travel to other countries and make
appointments to form alliances. *** Try talking to your enemy's
enemy.***
Example: Pictures from the Sharpeville Massacre Are you sure this is what you want? tHE eND
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