There are many ways how to skin a cat and a lot of people get carried away discussing which method is best. What they forget unfortunately, is that before skinning it we first have to spot, catch, and - some people might even suggest - kill the cat.
The main reason why the dissident movement is so embarrassingly ineffective is that it is so busy bickering and bitching within its ranks.
Dissidents - by definition - are not a very agreeable lot. If they keep refusing to work with anyone who doesn't totally agree with them on everything, they will never be able to mount a force strong enough to achieve anything.
Who cares – at this stage – whether the 9/11 attack was performed by planes, cruise missiles or just explosives and digital imaging. It is far too early – and counter-productive - for a detailed investigation of how and by whom exactly it has been performed.
What is needed is to prove and get across to a critical mass of U.S. citizens the points all 9/11 truthers can agree on:
The way we have been told by the U.S. government that 9/11 happened is impossible.
What actually happened wouldn't have been possible without prior knowledge and some degree of complicity of the U.S. government
The above is sufficient to arrest and punish Bush and Cheney for high-treason. Once that's achieved, then is the time to establish in all detail what actually happened and punish all culprits.
Similarly, we must stop wasting valuable time arguing what would be the best monetary system. We must focus on what we all agree with:
The privately owned U.S. Federal Reserve, IRS and income tax are an illegal fraud.
The current system robs and enslaves the U.S. people.
Once we have convinced a critical mass of U.S. citizens of these two points, given back the U.S. Federal Reserve to its rightful owner, the American people, and abolished the fraudulent IRS and income tax, then and only then we can start looking into punishing the culprits, seek compensation and research the available alternatives.
The same applies to even more controversial topics, such as the Jewish problem or the Holocaust. There is no point – at this stage – arguing whether Jews should or should not be allowed to be part of our society, we must all focus on the rights of the Palestinians. Don't waste your time and energy with arguments over whether Hitler was a Zionist puppet or a mass-murderous monster. Instead focus on the right of revisionists to research and publish whatever they damn please, whether the Jews like it or not.
Focus on what we can agree on, communicate it effectively and leave the rest for once that's achieved. In other words, find and catch the cat first, and kill it, before you worry about how to best skin it.