everybody getting together at the big boy's restaurant is too big a target. What you need is an affinity group, aka a cell. That's you and your brothers and cousins, or maybe you and some of your buddies, or maybe even you and some other like-minded folks you don't know too well...but i recommend trust. You and your little group act as an autonomous unit. you recognize that there are other such units, and maybe on rare occasion you temporarily join forces with another unit. but your rules are your own, and no one outside your unit dictates to you what you can and can't do to advance your cause. Oppression requires order, and unified force. resistance does not. It is much easier to take down a power structure, than to put one into place and keep it there. by small groups acting as autonomous units, there is no way to take off the head. for your enemies, it's like being swarmed by wasps. you can kill a wasp, but you can't kill them all. This is a strategy that's been used by the fenians, the french resistance in WWII, and many groups currently active in insurgencies around the world. works pretty well.