What's Plan B?
Look, I know how it is. You hit on THE SOLUTION. It may take some work, but it can't miss. So, you may have scrimped on Plan B's details since you're not going to need it. Just please sketch it out in broad strokes so we can have a look.
You do have a Plan B, don't you?
I can tell you what Plan B is not. Plan B is not to turn violent and have a snowball's chance in Miami of succeeding. You don't have the hardware – weapons, ammo, aircraft, tanks, artillery – or the cannon fodder to even contemplate a violent plan. I promise you this: you will face the entire Chinese Army in Cheyenne, Wyoming before Washington D.C. ever bows to one of your demands.
The right protected in the second amendment to the US Constitution is an individual right in case you ever need to defend yourself against a tyrannical government; you know that, I know that, anyone who is intellectually honest knows that. But, functionally, the right protected under the second amendment is the individual right to cold, dead hands.
If your Plan B involves violence, it is not a plan at all; it's suicide.
Maybe you think "we" outnumber "them" so, as good as it is, if Plan A were to fail, Plan B will be obvious to all and the mob will rise up and take over City Hall, Wall Street, and Washington D.C. with pitchforks and torches and squirrel rifles and "they" won't fight back and the mob will institute...what? More of the same, only different?
Can Plan B be non-violent?
The greater the chance of success of Plan A, the more likely you are committed to it. The more committed to it you are, the greater emotional attachment you have. The more emotional attachment you have the more likely you will feel personally devastated on the off chance Plan A fails. The more personally devastated you are, the greater anger you will feel and, in absence of a clearly defined Plan B, the more prone you are to contemplate violence as Plan B.
You've all heard the question, "where's your line in the sand?" with the implication being that there's some thing that your masters and overlords could do in the future that will motivate you to a violent Plan B. But, if Plan B is non-violent, you can admit that your line was crossed a long damn time ago and that got you motivated enough to get off the couch and enact Plan A. And, if Plan A doesn't work, you're going to go to Plan B. And, if Plan B doesn't work, you're going to Plan C.
Maybe, somewhere in all these plans, there is a lesson. Maybe plan after plan fails because, though nominally non-violent, they contain threats of violence and those threats are not credible. Downsize, or what? Restore, or what? Reclaim, vote, overtake...or what?
If your Plan B is violence (or, the same, you lack a Plan B), you won't live to learn that lesson or which of the Plans B through whatever worked.
So, I won't disabuse you of your Plan A. As far as I know it is going to succeed and, when it does, you're going to teach me something. But, I strongly suggest that you have a Plan B and that Plan B is non-violent if for no other reason than to spare me the media reports about what a horrible, violent person you were.