The Minuteman

The Minuteman

 

The reality is the ruling elite fear the citizenry still and because the citizenry is armed, they cannot just massacre ideological dissidents at will. Instead, they have to get crafty and do it through things like an experimental vaccine and call it something scary like COVID. Those with real power and in the national government do not represent us. They hate us and seek to return humanity to serfdom under their rule and undo centuries of progress made by the average citizen to have a better life. This is all by design, it is not an accident.

Keep your powder dry, because it is the only thing that keeps them partially in check.

God bless you and God bless Dixie.

 

Aim Small, Miss Small

Reference Library: 150 Questions for a Guerilla

H/T WRSA

 

 

Alberto Bayo y Giroud was a Cuban-born officer who fought in the civil war in Spain and the revolution in Cuba.

He was responsible for training the small cadre that would land on the island in 1956 and which included Ernesto Guevara and the Castro brothers. This volume is drawn from his experience gained over the years of fighting that would topple the Batista regime, as well as lessons he learned during his famous marine assault on Majorca in 1936. It is a culmination of a lifetime of combat leadership. This book is a product of the post-revolutionary period in Cuba, during which the fledgling state attempted to export their uprising to the rest of Latin America. It was intended as a practical guide for those interested in starting their own guerrilla units, detailing the organization of such a group and the first offensive actions that should be taken against the state. We believe books that exist only for “historical interest” are bourgeois trivialities, and so we’ve taken the liberty of re-writing certain sections of this work in order to provide an updated picture. We hope to preserve its practical function as a guerrilla guidebook, as well as to present an accessible version free of the typos and translation errors that characterize other free copies.

Download your Free Copy HERE.

 

 

Why Military History is Important

H/T Calculus of Decay for turning me on to this Blog.

History and War

What is Military History

The popular (mis)conception of the military history is that it is all about armies, battles and generals. But while these are undoubtably a significant part of military history, battles are only a fraction of what military history is about. Psychology, administration, logistics, biology, environment, climate… all these areas, and more, are crucial for understanding and studying military history. In fact, military historians talk more about food than anybody other than dedicated food historians, simply because without logistics, you cannot have an army.

Three major areas of study of military history are technological, social and organizational. This of course does not mean that the traditional campaign history (“drums and trumpets” history) has been or should be abandoned; it has however been mostly left to amateur historians. Technological approach sees the changing technology – be it military or civilian technology – as the main motivator of military change…

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Don Shift Sends: SHTF Lessons from Rhodesia

Don Shift Sends: SHTF Lessons from Rhodesia

 

I highly reccomend all my readers check out the two YouTube Channels Capturing Memories and Five Romeo Romeo.

Some excellent Historical lessons for White Americans living in FUSA.

 

Lessons in Community: Preparedness is a Group Activity

SAFETY IN NUMBERS: PREPAREDNESS IS A GROUP ACTIVITY

 

Lone Wolves get eaten.

Enhance your preparedness by establishing a squad of like-minded individuals with common-core goals.

Think LOCAL, LOCAL LOCAL!

Because when the fecal impaction that is FUSA hits the oscillating device, that is all that is going to matter.