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The Rebel's Handbook

....everything you always wanted to know about overthrowing a government...nut never thought to ask...
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Stephen Romary

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of The Rebel's Handbook

The Rebel's Handbook So you want to start a revolution?
- you've come to the right place... Step One Step Two Step Three
- organize a demonstration to try and capture the world's attention towards what you are trying to do
For example: The ANC in South Africa organized a demonsration against the passbook laws - this demonstration was country wide, but in the town of Sharpebille it became violent. Yet, the Sharpville Massacre in South Africa (March 1966) really grabbed the attention of the world and eventually this led to sanctions that helped bring down apartheid
Of course, PAC didn't expect this, they wanted a peaceful demonstration, but it turned ugly
Step Four but it did show that something dramatic can make headlines around the word and change world opinion against your government
but you don't want anyone to get hurt - a non-violent demonstration...for example a sit-in or boycott of something large enough to make the news wordwide, - blah blah blah
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- etc. Che Guevara
- Cuban REvolutionary
(born in Argentina)
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