<[allowed] pressure release valve
>That sentiment has been expressed before, I don't really buy it.
Well buy it or not, the reality is that many of us used to, or still do, spend hours a day on /pol/ or other image boards, and when happenings are upon us, even more. Those hours we are not walking around IRL meeting people, forging friendships, knitting alliances, spreading the word, calling out the lies all in the most subtly powerful way only an anon could.
>The other half want us out there in the meatspace committing acts to justify shutting us down, imo.
>Implying all IRL actions must be illegal actions
<What is civil disobedience?
>Implying that even targeted or direct actions must be illegal
<What is infojamming?
>Half of the TPTB, will not care or not acknowledge it, and try shut it down.
<half of half, (1/4) does not care
<(1/4) will try to shut it down
<(2/4) want us in meatspace any way.
That may have been a viable strategy before the hivemind became self aware, but now it's a whole nother ball game. And if multiple anons manage to find each other and form any part of a cell together it will be a most elite unit.
Furthermore one of the problems with this tactical implementations is that it has little or no actual structure, a shadow, if even, of a form, no way to possibly get any more information than that of a handful of shitposters, every one so amorphic and nebulious trying to attack the swarm yields no tactical fruit yet still the hivemine see the strikes and takes calculated counters into effect. If there is some kind of centralizing point then they can at least monitor, even if they have little ideal what they actually are seeing, they have some level of larger awareness of their enemy.
This very reason that in asiatic martial arts you do
want to touch your enemy, so you can feel his body movements, but you keep the contact at the wrist/hand/forearm, as to keep them out of striking distance unless you mean to strike yourself. Though this does not so directly transfer when you are dealing with a swarm, or even an institution