Let Us All Be Cornerstones

Let Us All Be Cornerstones

 

Too many in the Dissident Right seek immediate gratification. They long for name recognition. They struggle to be heard and seen. But to what effect are they achieving for their people?

The question everyone should ask themselves is the following:

Do I care more about the future than the present? 

It is a poignant question, because so many of our forebearers answered through actions and deeds. They never stopped to consider selfish personal gratification at the expense of future generations. They thought about that which was necessary for the children of tomorrow.

If the Dissident Right is going to grow, it will need spokesmen and content producers. It will also need humble “doers.” It will need the scribes, accountants, cooks, and post conference clean-up volunteers. It needs people who know their long-term, silent support is more important than boisterous proclamations by short-term heroes.

 

On the Guerrilla, His Ecology and His Communications

On the Guerrilla, His Ecology and His Communications

The Guerrilla must recognize three critical points:

 

  1. He, and his local network, are his own supply line.

  2. He fights with what he has, not with what he wishes.

  3. He cannot fight as a conventional force.

 

If you have not already, be sure and order your copy of The Guerrilla’s Guide To The Baofeng Radio.

Take Heed and Prepare Accordingly.

 

Meanwhile Down in Kiwi Land…

New Zealand Goes Full 1984, Tells Public to Report Political Dissidents as “Terrorists”

 

After reading this a friend of mine that lives in NZ sent me this ARTICLE.

It appears Horse Face Jacinda plans to empty the jails and prisons to make way for all those “Enemies of the State.”

It’s the Neo-Liberal Globalist agenda in a nutshell: Set “first time” criminals free so they can go out and repeat their crimes in a more violent fashion and in turn lock-up the people that are trying to warn you that’s a bad ideal.

 

The White Slave Trade

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The Barbary pirates of North Africa attacked the coastal northern Mediterranean launching attacks against France, Italy and Sicily, kidnapping women as white slaves primarily and whenever possible notable wealthy persons and ships for ransom. In their feverish search for white women slaves a few pirates even went as far as the coast of Iceland, raiding inland to kidnap women and bring them back to North Africa.

From the 1500s to the 1800s it is estimated that one million white Europeans, to include those captured at sea as well as through land raids abroad were enslaved. Many of these were Americans captured at sea.

Forgotten History

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Nine Meals From Anarchy Explained

Nine Meals From Anarchy Explained

 

 In 1906, Alfred Henry Lewis stated, “There are only nine meals between mankind and anarchy.” Since then, his observation has been echoed by people as disparate as Robert Heinlein and Leon Trotsky.

The key here is that, unlike all other commodities, food is the one essential that cannot be postponed. If there were a shortage of, say, shoes, we could make do for months or even years. A shortage of gasoline would be worse, but we could survive it, through mass transport or even walking, if necessary.

But food is different. If there were an interruption in the supply of food, fear would set in immediately. And, if the resumption of the food supply were uncertain, the fear would become pronounced. After only nine missed meals, it’s not unlikely that we’d panic and be prepared to commit a crime to acquire food. If we were to see our neighbour with a loaf of bread, and we owned a gun, we might well say, “I’m sorry, you’re a good neighbour and we’ve been friends for years, but my children haven’t eaten today – I have to have that bread – even if I have to shoot you.”

But surely, there’s no need to speculate on this concern. There’s nothing on the evening news to suggest that such a problem even might be on the horizon. So, let’s have a closer look at the actual food distribution industry, compare it to the present direction of the economy, and see whether there might be reason for concern.

The food industry typically operates on very small margins – often below 2%. Traditionally, wholesalers and retailers have relied on a two-week turnaround of supply and anywhere up to a 30-day payment plan. But an increasing tightening of the economic system for the last eight years has resulted in a turnaround time of just three days for both supply and payment for many in the industry. This a system that’s still fully operative, but with no further wiggle room, should it take a significant further hit.