The contents of this article are for information and educational purposes only. Patriot Propaganda does not officially recommend using any of the tactics, techniques or procedures presented. 




As we advance into the strange times in which we live, a lot of people are caught in unfortunate situations. People who can’t really escape the institutions they’re a part of are looking for ways to defeat the system from within, in a non-violent and legal manner.


Let’s face it, when we ask ourselves whether people will reach a point where they’ll actually resist what’s happening, we already know the answer in most cases: it’s a hard no.


Despite what people may say online or during a routine protest, most people are not willing to do much more than wave a flag or leave comments online. At the very least, people don’t know of any ways to resist in a non-violent manner, or in ways that are otherwise unfeasible or ineffective.


Mass surveillance, government tyranny and overreach, censorship, and the complete abandonment of our Charter rights have resulted in a lot of people either not wanting to take action, or simply not being able to take action. The action they do take is either completely ineffective, the wrong action to take, or it’s deemed domestic terrorism. 


The degree of liberty or tyranny in any government is in large degree a reflection of the relative determination of people to be free and their willingness and ability to resist efforts

to enslave them.


Today, we’re going to cover the first stack of non-violent tactics you can use in your workplace or organization to make a difference when you’re in a sticky situation and you have no other way to resist. 


The methods we’re about to share may not be what you were thinking… so, read on, Patriot.


The Talker


Talk unnecessarily in the workplace. If you’re in charge of people at your place of work, you can make a lot of speeches that are completely meaningless, consume valuable resources, and are generally a waste of time. Nobody likes a long-winded boss or co-worker, so making subordinates sit through boring lectures not only consumes resources, but also reduces their effectiveness by increasing fatigue and irritability. This method is especially effective if you’re in charge of leading some sort of training.


Make the training long and boring, insist that the group get through the entire thing, and don’t let anyone leave early. This method is way more effective if the training is mandatory, or concerning a social issue that would cast the employee in a negative light if they were to leave.


In today’s world of cancel culture, a lot of people are afraid of being labelled a bigot or racist, so we can leverage this by pressuring people into participating in useless training sessions – a training session in which the main goal is to waste time and prevent people from doing something else. 


The Tree Hugger Scam


Always pump the breaks on projects when you can under the guise of wanting to study the matter further. 


Environmental impact studies take up a very long time to do, are very wide-ranging and very easy to influence. Also, the smallest environmental impact can be blown way out of proportion, forcing project managers to spend copious amounts of resources to mitigate the impact to the environment. 


Seeing as there are pretty much zero projects that are actually neutral to the environment, the environmental impact studies are valuable tools you can implement if you want to slow a project down to a stand-still for months. 


The “Safety First” Scam


Always be a stickler for Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S), anonymously reporting all OH&S violations when you can. Don’t report all violations at once, only report one or two at a time. This way, there will be a pattern of workplace violations for your employer. 


From your organization’s point of view, nothing causes heartburn more than an OH&S inspector. By repeatedly calling in OH&S violations, you can force your organization to, again, expend valuable time and resources fixing things to avoid another OH&S incident. 


This also brings great frustration for management, reducing effectiveness even further. 


Captain Obvious


If your work relies upon you conducting analysis, you can frequently restate the obvious. Stating the obvious, bringing up irrelevant or past issues, and making wild analytical leaps will confuse and confound others working on the project with you.


Again, this reduces efficiency, and could even have a “red herring” effect where co-workers are forced to constantly reexamine the project, because you keep stating the obvious.


The Rule Follower


Always be a stickler for procedure… 


As we all know, most companies, agencies, political groups, legislators, and other entities, have a nearly endless list of rules and regulations. In fact, most entities have so many rules, that if a person were to try to follow them all at once, nothing would get done, which works perfectly.


Constantly going by the book to the point of insanity will not only slow down a project to a stand-still, but also severely impact the morale of your co-workers.  


The “Lost In Translation”


This is a very old trick in the book. Pretending to not know the language of the workplace is highly effective at both consuming resources, and also reducing others’ expectations of you. Someone who doesn’t have a strong grasp of the English language will never be expected to write a stellar report, conduct a perfect presentation or briefing. 


People will try to help you communicate, swasting both your and their time and resources. 


Over time, people will not expect high-level content from you due to the language barrier. In today’s workplace, it’s something that’s increasingly hard to handle in a diplomatic way, since employees and employers alike are afraid of being cancelled, sued, or accused of discrimination. 


The Perfectionist 


Always insist that every single detail of every single project be absolutely perfect. As we all know, humans aren’t perfect, so striving for total and complete perfection is impossible. As a result, a perfectionist in the workplace is mostly viewed as annoying by co-workers and as a model employee by management.


…in other words, not really a threat that is intentionally holding up production, so it’s easy to get away with. 


If you’re in a supervisory role, reject completed projects a few times, even if there’s nothing really wrong. Magnify the tiniest of imperfections and make it a big deal, halting a project entirely until it gets fixed. 


Focus on subjective things, like the colour of an item and how it isn’t quite perfect, forcing an entity to expend even more resources to fix their supposed mistake. If your project is highly technical, you can approve projects and tasks that appear to be good to go, but really have a hidden flaw that will cause trouble down the line. For instance, you could focus on the grammar of a research paper, forcing it to be revised until it’s absolutely perfect, but the actual content of the research paper is incorrect. Muaha! What a waste of time : )


The ”Raineesha X” 


This scam is a nod to an episode of a TV show called Reno 911. In this episode, Deputy Raineesha Williams claims to convert and join the Nation of Islam. 


This is played up for comedic effect on the show, with Deputy William decrying the actions of the other deputies. However, throughout the episode, we see her slip up, such as pretending to pray in her cubicle while actually taking a nap. 


At the end of the episode, we discover this was all just a ruse so that she could request vacation time for Ramadan which, in actuality, was a luxury cruise. 


This is a solid example of using both religion and race to exploit the system that you’re stuck in by claiming religious needs and requirements. By claiming that the racial tensions would result in you not being able to complete a task, you can severely weaken an entity from within and, as we all know, in today’s workplace environment, religion and race are two huge topics that are no-fly zones for conversation and debate. 


If you claim to need a certain day off for religious needs or have various dietary restrictions due to your supposed religion, you consume a lot of time and resources as your agency is forced to accommodate you. Be advised, though, this tactic is quite a bit more overt and high profile. Once you go down this route, you’re going to have to keep it up forever. 


Father Time


In today’s modern workplace, ageism is a huge factor in a lot of places, so pretending to be older and feebler than you actually are can slow down production a lot. 


If you wear glasses, claim that you can’t do anything without them. If your workplace if filled with younger people, there is nothing that frustrates them more than an older person who takes their time to get out their reading glasses for everything, so take advantage of this horrible discrimination and ageism that is just a fact of life in many workplaces now, and make it work for you, wasting as much company time and resources as possible.


… and that’s all for now. 


Are you in a position to implement any of these strategies in your workplace? Don’t underestimate their simplicity. Just one or two people in an office employing these methods can bring about strategically significant consequences for the entire organization. 


Not quite ready to try these? Not to worry, Patriot. We’ve got a lot more on the way. Take a break and reflect, and when you’re ready, check out Part 2 of this series. 

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