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How to protect yourself from the homeland?

The main problem with the homeland is that it does not know how to let a person be.

As a rule, your country of birth (more specifically, your first neighbours) have the following claims to you:

  1. Records – document registrations of power organisations (your actions, place of residence, familial relations etc.)
  2. Finances – taxes, duties, tolls etc.
  3. Physical things – adherence to laws, including the execution of authorities’ orders in extreme situations (for example, in a pandemic), murdering other people (in war) 

It is necessary to note that any other neighbours in any other country will also require this from you – with the possible exception of participation in murders. But the first neighbours in this sense almost always differ by a special audacity and aggression. 

In order to protect yourself from this unacceptable part of their claims (in particular, moral and financial support for threats and murders), in the case of mass intoxication by force, power and permissiveness, there are three options:

  • A nonviolent struggle. This is a question of condemnation/limitation/punishment on your part in a matter of days or hours. At the same time a large part of your own resources (force, time, property, finances) since they belonged to the security forces, will remain with them.
  • Internal emigration, alternative reality, living Divinely, moving to the woods, fields, villages etc. Similar to the previous point, this is a question of several years or months. Your personal resources will still be (although to a lesser extent) taken by the security forces.
  • External emigration. Evacuating the territory that is inhabited by people intoxicated by the force in order to not be a willing participant in the harm caused by them. This is the most effect method to stop (or seriously reduce) daily participation in violence. For more details see: Notes on emigration

 
See also: I in no way participate in violence

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