I am free, no matter what rules surround me. If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them; if I find them too obnoxious, I break them. I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do.
The laws in Nazi Germany, back when Nazi's were in official power, it was the law that... well, you all know what happened. I don't want to attract trolls. The problem that I have with those who were persecuted, prosecuted, and executed, is that an extremely small few ever found such genocide obnoxious enough to go down fighting. As smart as Albert E. was, you saw him pick up his pencils and go to an open, accepting society.
Heinlein also wrote about the police state and when people lose faith in their police and courts. Thus comes revolution.
We are too few to ever amount to much of a dissent to ever matter unlike pre-1945 Germany. Unfortunately, I am to lazy and I am enjoying life enough that I do not break the obnoxious rules that surround me. Plus, I don't want to risk a hard time for anyone crazy enough to allow me to rule-break with them.
But my point here is that rules regarding our genocide are obnoxious enough to break. Just be careful. Objecting to the Tea Tax in Boston can get tricky. The persecuted in Germany died and it is this that I am also pointing to. They had no secure form of communication as opposed to H. Himmler and his gang. Same here and now. Uncle Sam and Dudley Do-right have a very efficient comms network amongst themselves as well as being in bed with each other. And we? GC, VoA, and maybe BC. Who here knows of Veracrypt and use it regularly? Tor isn't enough but it's a helluva start. The powers that be know (and knew of back then) of the Montana Freemen.
Big Brother's policy is: Segregate, dominate, obfuscate, expectorate.
So, we should integrate, infiltrate, educate, and be careful of that flying spit.