Another aspect of XR is the coming together of people, sharing knowledge and skills and making useful connections. I've been "working" with people who've travelled from all over the place to carry out a particular action.
I now know 30 or more people I didn't know on Sunday. That is repeated and spread across thousands of people and is possibly as powerful as any of the actions themselves.
Rather hilariously we've been playing cat and mouse with the cops, we've had proper cloak and dagger pursuits and lost them in underground stations and stuff.
It's been mostly unsuccessful, as almost none of what we had planned has been pulled off, but that's actually brought us all closer, given us a lot of laughs and all of us are still free and still conniving cause more disruption.
What you see is a fraction of what is going on behind the scenes. The motivation for all of it though is what other option do we have?
Join an affinity group, get stuck in. The system will be changed this way. It is probably too late, but at least people are trying.