Perhaps a good start would be producing nothing.
Think about that for a bit.
Far be it from me up Canada way to venture forth but I was thinking along certain lines.
How many times in recent history have ordinary people been intimidated by those who are the merchants of guilt? Affirmative action and the rest of it.
Since the people who really are the movers and doers of society, are white working class and white lower middle class, they have an untapped power. The administrative class, the politicians, the bureaucrats, are all very productive in their way (maybe). Take away the services and they are reduced to helplessness.
I see how the twin cities where I live at the Ontario-Michigan border, manage to survive old man winter. It is the power and service people, the snow plow people, the people who get out there in a frozen morning. Medical people, store clerks and many others.
If ever those people, or even one quarter of them, decided they were being treated as second class citizens and refused to work for one day or two...... oh well perish the thought!