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TITLE (EDIT)
How Not To Start A Revolution
DESCRIPTION
Don't worry, this is only political satire commentary on starting an American Revolution 2.0.
[310 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Humor
AUTHOR
Joseph D Smith
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Joseph D. Smith is The Legendary Graduate!
[January 2018]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
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How Not To Start A Revolution
Joseph D Smith

I know what some of you who support the Libertarian Party can actually do to start a rather peaceful revolution. It may not be violent, but it will require holding the entire government hostage in their offices, from the entire line of succession until the entire line quits their roles in the government! The 1st step would be the Federal Government.

While all people are in-attendance on Capitol Hill, the White House and the Supreme Court, we need to storm the outside of each building and hold ALL the people in power 'hostage' (just don't let them leave); don't let them leave, don't let them see their family (wife, kids, moms, dad's, etc), don't let them talk you out of anything!

When it comes to us, we just need to say we are protesting and to hold out as long as possible. When any of us gets too tired and exhausted, have people coming in our place, then when we are well rested, get back into the game, and repeat!

For them, we need to hold them up in their office for however many days, weeks, years, however long it will take for them to quit their role in government until all members of government have quit (with real power like the President, Congress and the Supreme Court justices), and then our Federal government will be no more! Don't let anyone bring them food or water, don't let them use the restroom (they can soil themselves), don't let any resources or anyone AT ALL reach them, not even their friends, family, co-workers, not anybody!

Did you really think this would work? Ha ha! You read this for nothing! The cops and military would storm your asses before this thing ever got started!

This has been today's practical joke. Seriously, this is only a work of fiction for your entertainment; just DON'T DO IT!

 

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