I get your thinking with the need of direction, and these goals are great, however they are not really tangible ways for anyone to contribute.
They are great meta principles of sorts, but can also end up in discussions about technicalities.
I like the thought but would spin it along the lines of what one can do now:
Everyone who feel capable should learn to code, statistics, mathematics and various data science topics
This way we embrace coming technology, secure our future relevance and can exploit free information to analyze and mine our own information automatically monitor opponents and big brother.
Focus on "AI" which is basically all the neural network architectures, focus on easy to learn programming language such as python, that can be used with arduino and other cheap accessible gear, advance to C++ or databases, time can be spent watching youtube tutorials reading e-books and practicing.
Be a local patriot, try to by from your local guy, try to buy domestic, try to sponsor good groups with a small amount when possible. Every penny counts, make sure what you can control helps the right people.
- Information warfare & subversion.
To ones ability study this and collect/save information. To not get lost focus on military intelligence / counter intelligence methodology, learn how governments and military do, listen to the Bezmenovs, Petrovs, look for literature. Memetics is an actual field of study.
- History and philosophy.
Read, widen your perspective, learn to observe repeating patterns. Don't get lost in opinions and popular science though.
- Subtle Activism
Using above points one should be able to see little ways to discretely manipulate ones surroundings.
Never being identified is the goal, the many little things matter.
- Direct activism
Learn from our enemies, learn from history, the printing press used to be restricted, so was reading and the preacher spoke Latin.
You can own unlimited printers, use such benefits.
With above points one should be able to either craft memes, make flyers, stickers, posters, anything, think IOBTW.
If everyone was to drop 10 truth bombs that are well thought out and professionally carried out in the real world every day change would soon be noticeable.
Info-graphics, trolling, oxxing traitors, printing quotes straight from wikileaks, sensitive documents etc.
- Data collection
If good at at tech stuff, consider how easy it is to create bugs, analyze sound, scan radio communication.
Find ways to collect information that is not accessible.
Hacking can fall under this category, but is demanding and generally leaves a trail compared to setting up a contact microphone bug somewhere.
- Expand and share
If one masters anything on here, focus at developing tools, apps, templates things other less savvy anons can benefit from.
Write guides, share knowledge, code an encrypted forum, etc.
- Be sustainable.
Learn to use workshop machinery, tool, craft and make things. Can come in handy one day. Having basic tools and machinery are hard assets.
Summary, become a ghost, use everything available to us to the maximum, learn to code, learn to program automatic things that can work for you when sleeping, catalog, index, meme, troll and manipulate your surroundings.