"And the principle that came out of the Nuremberg Tribunal was that a war of aggression was the supreme international crime because all other sorts of international crimes would derive from, would devolve from a war of aggression. So that is the basic principle."
I forgot to m,ention that for all I know, Black Bloc may either already be infiltrated by or even have been set up by the US military-industrial-complex (part of NWO), another reason to keep it as "local" as can be (people have to know each other in real life before giving concrete help). Kinda like in the big world patterns: Dangerous drama triangles.
I don't live in the US. I don't think I can make it on the show (time zone differences), but maybe the below is helpful in terms of adding an "outside in" view. For I do have an opinion on Black Bloc: "If treating people as people means anything at all, it means recognizing their right to self-determination, even when we disagree."
As in, true decentralisation of power means that we leave it up to local people. They have local and experiential information that I, and we who are not local, do not have. And I, for one, am not willing to push my will on others without consent. No way am I going to become the petty tyrant that we fight.
Nor am I willing to inflict help, not even when what I see happening is painful (empathy can be as dangerous as non-empathy). If they need or desire any help, they will ask. And if that happens, I will ask what "help" concretely means (so they stay in control of their own lives) and then I have to think for myself whether I am willing to give that. I try to check the likely effect of my actions as well as my in-actions on self, life and others, before I act.
You know, if and when we truly decentralise, powers that are now dangerous, will be nothing but the local idiot, or idiots, worthy of our lulz.