Category Archives: Dissident Methodology

A critical examination of what methods don’t work, those that do, and others which are experimental.

Modeling Threats & Analyzing Risk: A Rebuttal Against “Doom Porn”

[Download a PDF of this article] Individual cognitive traits possess a high degree of variety amongst humans. Institutions, such as organized religion and corporate media, take advantage of the predilection some folks have for immersing themselves in speculative fantasy; consider … Continue reading

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A Primer on Homeschooling: How to Resist Centrally Planned Indoctrination

[Download a PDF of this article] “I liked Prof [Professor Bernardo de la Paz]. He would teach anything. Wouldn’t matter that he knew nothing about it; if pupil wanted it, he would smile and set a price, locate materials, stay … Continue reading

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Suing the Government Does Not Work: Lawsuits Are Not Useful For Securing Your Liberty

[Download a PDF of this article] Lawsuits are the judicial equivalent of ballots. If ballots are a substitute for bullets, then wouldn’t that mean lawsuits are also a substitute for bullets? Reformists insist that if “we” Americans sue the government … Continue reading

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Running for Public Office Does Not Work: Why “Infiltrating the State” is Foolish

[Download a PDF of this article] People feel indescribably trapped by this horrendous system that grinds us down, and it does so primarily by its very irrationality. Despite all the rhetoric you may hear about the practicality of elections, this … Continue reading

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What Has Been Achieved Since 2014?

[Download a PDF of this article] If you have not yet read “What Has Been Achieved?,” and “What Has Been Achieved Since 2013?,” then please do so now before continuing, otherwise this article will probably make not any sense to … Continue reading

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Grassroots Lobbying Does Not Work: A Review of Chris Cantwell’s “Anarcho-Lobbyist” Series (Season One)

[Download a PDF of this article] Statists have always told libertarians that if we don’t like the law, we should work to change it. Unfortunately, what this means is that if individuals want to secure their liberty, they must do … Continue reading

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Freedom Holidays: How to Reappropriate Government Mythology

[Download a PDF of this article] All too common during the holiday seasons, people are wracked with guilt, typically stemming from either real or imaginary transgressions. Objectivists, uniquely, have always explained that individuals should live their lives without giving sanction … Continue reading

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