It would be all too easy to misinterpret KIR as promoting anti-government violence. So let me be clear: KIR does not promote criminal activity. KIR promotes lawful self-reliance and common defense.
Besides, attacking the US government is an extremely stupid thing to do -- even for other nation states. It should be abundantly clear to most people with even a casual interest in the news that the US military is highly skilled at turning people it feels threatened by into ugly chunks of dead meat. Don't mess with the US military. If you want to change something about the US government, talk to people, do research, vote, and work to win hearts and minds to your viewpoint.
Here, in the hands of my 11 year old son, is an actual physical reminder of what generally happens when national discourse breaks down and someone decides the best idea is to just go to war. It's a nose fragment from a US Navy artillery shell, fired in the invasion and capture of Fort Fisher, NC, in the twilight months of the US Civil War. I personally know direct descendants of both the man who handed the fort's wounded commander's sword over at Battery Buchanan and the fort's surgeon. I myself am related to a Lincoln administration diplomat and have in the geneology both a blue coat who was cut down on the first day of Gettysburg and another who lost an arm in an ambush at Sabine Crossroads, LA, in the Red River Campaign.
Be very careful what you wish for. War is genuinely a monstrous thing and the US government clearly holds the title of having the greatest mastery of the physical tools and tactics of war in history. Attacking US government employees or facilities is both suicidal and destined to work against whatever cause for change you wish to further. Now is always the time to rethink any fantasies you may have to the contrary.