Revolution is a word that brings to mind pitched battles in bloody fields and evenly matched force on force confrontation. Looking at it through those parameters, yes, we are outmatched. The true meaning of revolution starts so much earlier than those pitched battles.
Listening to Chris and his media platform is the beginning of such a revolution. It is the awakening of minds that shows that we, the people, no longer blindly believe the mainstream narrative. Part of this phase of a revolution would be spreading the word and helping others awaken to the true gravity of the situation. The more that are aware, the more likely we are to gather together the few that would be willing to stop the unfolding slow motion nightmare.
To take this word and preview it through its hypothetical life, we would see the beginning of a revolution start in the minds and hearts of the citizenry. We would see an outcry of 'No More!' rising from our populace, and we would watch as people began realizing that ideas and fierce internal independence would not free them from their future enslavement. And therein begins phase two of any Revolution.
Phase two would be us taking our toys and going home. If the elite's want to keep changing the rules, we just won't play with them anymore. Civil disobedience, failure to comply with unconstitutional orders, and a weaning of tax dollars would be a good example of phase two of a revolution. The government funds these unconstitutional wars and draconian law enforcement units with our money, so stop shopping where they tell you to shop. Find a farmer or a co-op to buy your food from. Go direct to the source for your furniture with the Amish. Find an off the books mechanic for your vehicles so the government can't make money off another man's labor. If you are going to consume, make choices that take those tax dollars away from our potential future enemy. Use less electricity or switch to solar or wind, try to choose well water instead of city water, and avoid funding our own oppression.
Phase three is a big step, and only reserved (according to our founding fathers) for a time after all other manners of redress have failed. It is the active resistance against the organized governance matrix. This would be discussed between individuals, and certainly not on a public forum. It would (theoretically) involve intentional sabotage of public services. Power, water and transportation. If the enemy cannot move supplies, they cannot eat or drink or operate efficiently. This would be a time where people do all that they can without firing a shot to make it impossible for the elite's to enforce the insanity that they are writing into law. This is the active resistance, also known as an insurgency.
Phase four is the one to which you refer. You are talking about muzzle to muzzle confrontation. This, according to the Unconventional Warfare Handbook, is still not what you picture. You never do a good old fashioned head to head war of attrition with a larger force. You start with guerrilla warfare and harassment exercises. We wouldn't have to win by destroying units, these are actually our brothers in uniform that are on the other end of the field of battle. The way to win this phase would be to make it so costly, mentally and physically, to find us and subjugate, imprison or kill us that the elites lose the will to fight. They are all about money and power, so if you remove the money and they no longer have obedient slaves to hold power over, the insurgents might just win this phase.
The purpose of this post isn't to point out that it is a hopeless fight. It is to remind people that we might be enslaved but we are not yet dead, and as such, there is always SOMETHING that we can do to make our future better and honor the sacrifices of those who died to make this country a free land.