It is obvious that humanity will not be colonizing Mars any time soon. And, Aspergia will not exist. Therefore, means must be established for demanding rights in existing societies. I say "demand" and not "request," because rights are never granted. They are always taken. If we are ever going to achieve the rights we want, they will have to be taken and not negotiated.
The rights that I would suggest should be aimed for are realistic and pragmatic:
2) Freedom from workplace discrimination
5) The ability to stim every once and a while, within reason
7) The End to Forced "Treatments" and Eugenics.
Organizing must be done through leaderless resistance, just as other movements achieve their ends. I do not advocate a militaristic struggle. However, I do advocate stridency. If a corporation does business with the JRC (such as Clear Channel), it should be boycotted and not negotiated with. Pickets, occupations of buildings and civil disobedience should all be used to end outrageous abuses and eugenics.
I generally advocate non-violence. However, I concede the difficulties of addressing the JRC and eugenics labs within that context. These are definite difficulties, and I can understand the urge to go outside of the bounds of non-violence. Remember, however, that there are more people outside of our community than inside, and they are generally better at violence. I do not think we would stand a chance in that capacity, and it would alienate sympathetic constituencies.
The human brain can devise for more sophisticated means of addressing problems than violence. We are smart people, often with great skill in using computers. Sophisticated methods can be used when addressing particularly evil organizations, methods that use the human brain in its fuller capacities while avoiding direct confrontations.
I believe that a propaganda war can be won. Already this forum is mentioned favorably throughout the Internet. At some point, moving in to the legislative sphere is in order. In America, we have an Americans with Disability act, one that must have some teeth put in to it. At the same time, social attitudes must change. The only way to change those is through intelligence. Leaderless resistance and direct action (overt and covert) are the means to change.
Also, goals must be well defined. Any kind of supremacism must be discouraged. But, to be clear, we have the right to exist so let's stop fighting over religion and nonsense and begin to fight for your right to be. If your right to be is not threatened, the fact that someone else is threatened will have a funny way of reaching you some day.
In any case, this is my two-cents worth.
Adjunct General of the Stimmer Liberation Front. (SLF)