prison is the best microcosm of how the world is. i don't subscribe to the gnostic spin on this because it attributes substance and essence to evil which is contradictory, but the world is a penitentiary, hence why penitence is one of the best things we can offer God, it's what we're meant to do. in prison, principles, wit, charisma, and any other characteristics you may have are, at best, secondary, because the only primary thing is the numbers game. prisoners subdivide into cars, racial groups, cell blocks because, ultimately, what keeps you alive is your people. populism is the recognition of this. now, just because this is effective doesn't mean it's a good thing, it's the strategy of worldliness, and worldliness is not a good end, as we're called to be in the world, but not of it, meaning the political realm is secondary to the spiritual, at best. there is no meaning to "starting an insurrection" if you don't have the numbers: most people don't realize it's a penitentiary and you're supposed to atone while in it, and even less people realize that the authorities in here are based on nothing legitimate, just brute force and tyranny. now, in order for you to achieve change in the world, you need proper religion, which is equivalent to a thermite of ideology that melts through the programming people have been put under. in order for an insurrection on the side of sovereignty and liberty, you'd need the help of God and a perfect storm that allows people to see the tyrants that rule over them as much, and it probably would take the heroic self-sacrificial death of a major leader of said insurrection along with an extremely popular and accurate awareness of the reason for his death, i.e. his opposition to the globalist plan. then and only then you'd have an actually successful event. augustine says that, in order for the starting of a war to be just, you require a reasonable probability of winning it. that's what we lack.