I like Arthur's conclusion here:
[I]t cannot be overemphasized that peaceful non-cooperation can be enormously effective against even the most vicious of totalitarian regimes: see here and here for some astonishing and inspiring examples of that effectiveness from fairly recent history. From the first of those links, carefully note this: "[I]n the end almost all Danish Jews escaped unharmed." The power of "No" is far, far greater than most people ever permit themselves to understand.
Agreed. And you can start saying no today, easily. Go on a rent strike!
1. No rent for the teebee. (Yes, read books instead!)
2. No rent to a Big Bank. (Yes, use a local bank, or, better, a credit union.)
3. No rent on the plastic. (Yes, to cash, and anything that keeps the "rent" the banksters want to charge you in your pocket. Hat tip BDBlue and nihil obstet.)
4. No rent for processed or factory food. (Yes, buy local where possible, and learn to cook (a lot better).)
5. No rent on a car. (Yes to walking, public transportation, and biking. I know this is not possible for everyone, and I've been lucky enough to live in cities and small towns all my life, so I've never needed a car, even for the commute. But people could think about sharing their cars, no? Even in the burbs?)
6. No legacy party involvement.
Stop paying rent, and I guarantee you'll be happier and healthier. And since the rent they suck from your flesh is the life blood of our parasitical elites, you'll be hurting your worst enemies in the worst possible way.