Sometimes the most powerful act of resistance is to do nothing
"If a person has the right to do something, there is a fundamental duty not to prevent them from it." "So, if a person is enacting their right to resistance, then bystanders have an obligation to forbear and not to interfere. This seems obvious, but there was a rather shocking instance during the London Extinction Rebellion protests where this duty was not respected..." Gwilym David Blunt, a lecturer in international relations at the Department of International Politics at City, University of London, explores in Aeon magazine.
From Aeon magazine