I was pleased to see Gandhi linked to revolution rather than passive resistance, a term he always disliked.
I am the primary advocate of nonviolence in the 911 truth movement, having spoken on nonviolence at national conferences in 2005,6, and 7. In general, the 911truth movement stands strongly against any discussion of nonviolence. Witness that I am banned from 911blogger.com and not allowed on the 911truth.org grassroots conference calls.
I, too, never liked the idea of lobbying or expecting much from elected officials, though in some situations I lobby, vigil and vote, just because it doesn't take much time.
I generally do not prefer taking over buildings or blocking access to something. I'm not saying it's terrible.. It just shows lack of imagination. I believe it's best to get arrested doing something the average citizen would consider reasonable. When I was arrested in August of 2006, I was leafletting on private property in front of a cinema showing World Trade Center, by Oliver Stone.
One of the statements I made to the judge was
In a democracy, most people consider the police to be their friends. This is as it should be. However, under fascism, the government is the primary source of terror. It intimidates, tortures and kills its adversaries with impunity. Under fascism, relatives of those in the justice system will be ashamed to admit their relationship.
I have very daring civil disobedience and even more daring legal activities I propose that are being suppressed BY THE 911 TRUTH MOVEMENT. Even Jesse has not responded to my attempt to generate his interest.
Here is my paragraph summary of how nonviolence works