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14 minutes ago, DarianF said:

If it actually goes that far, it will have to go to hardcore guerilla style warfare. History shows it's very effective against regular forces.

 

like i've been saying for a long time and like that 'mass psychosis' video david posted in his headlines said the effective way to challenge authoritarianism involves:

 

-spreading truth

-using humour against them (Benny Wills has a meme show on youtube and you can email him to be given all his memes which can be posted around the internet)

-building a parallel system outside of the authoritarians system

 

Non of these measures have made a blind bit of difference and building a paralell system relies on the fact that you will be 'allowed' to,the minute they decide a system running alongside theirs is a threat its off to the internment camp you go.You really think they are going to allow ghettos to form? lawless no go zones ?,Everybody is already barcoded in the UK make no mistake,and as you say, this has all been planned for and contingency measures ARE in place

 

You will not stop the murder of children with memes and the web is full of truth ,how far has spreading it got anyone ? Nowhere thats how far its got folks,not one thing has been stopped

 

 

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16 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

They would be a new enemy, but they would also have their weaknesses. Eventually, we'd figure out how to beat them, or at least hamper their efforts. Humans are smart when they are pushed to the limit.

 

Throw a bucket of piss over them from the upstairs window?

That'll short circuit the fuckers.

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19 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Peaceful mass non-compliance is obviously the ideal solution. But you always have to keep in mind, just because we are peacful it doesn't mean they won't use extreme violence against us. Obviously, the right of self defence has to be considered at some point if they take it too far.

 

1989. Tiananmen Square.

 

 

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Out of 12500 cases on the VAERS for 12-17 year olds over 6% were hospitalised following the mRNA poison. 

 

https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/covid-shots-are-killing-and-crippling-teens-in-record-numbers-young-children-are-next/

 

6% is huge when you consider if they give this to every child that will be many 100ks of teenagers in hospital. 

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4 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Throw a bucket of piss over them from the upstairs window?

That'll short circuit the fuckers.

I'd love to be a tester for them,using guerilla tactics like ditches,nets,rope FIRE and acid or something simple like a bucket rammed on its 'head' to blind it

 

I'm sitting here laughing at the absurdity of this but its all VERY serious ,and well,i need a laugh

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10 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Careful doing that...

 

 

 

bizarrely the main roman guy in that is played by a scottish actor and yet the romans are depicted as the good guys in that and the picts as mindless savages...

 

But if there is any strategic lesson in that conflict it is that the picts used their land to their advantage. The romans could not conquer and occupy the highlands that suited the harem scarem tactics of the picts. They sought instead to plug the mouth of the glens with forts to contain the picts in their highland wilderness

 

the modern battleground is more likely to be the urban environment and that is already being militarised with the modern equivalent of the roman fort which is the smart grid

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25 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I'd love to be a tester for them,using guerilla tactics like ditches,nets,rope FIRE and acid or something simple like a bucket rammed on its 'head' to blind it

 

I'm sitting here laughing at the absurdity of this but its all VERY serious ,and well,i need a laugh

 

the robots are autonomous but controlled through the smart grid which relies on satellites and sub stations on the ground. nae substations nae cloud

 

useful tool for various applications eg creating energy:

 

 

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24 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Non of these measures have made a blind bit of difference and building a paralell system relies on the fact that you will be 'allowed' to,the minute they decide a system running alongside theirs is a threat its off to the internment camp you go.

 

its a numbers game then isn't it?

 

what is the source of 'grit' in someone? what gives them spirit?

 

If people feel they have no investment in something they are less inclined to seek to protect it and that is why i think there has been a whole build upto the covid era that was geared towards impoverishing people. I think the whole 2008 credit crunch was all about casting more people into poverty

 

Poor people are desperate people and desperate people are only concerned about where their next meal will come from. If they have to accept a microchip or a vaccine to avoid starvation then they'll do it to prolong life for another day

 

This means that any resistance worth its salt has to be aiming to do certain things. It needs to build up peoples self esteem and that is done through people knowing who they are and where they came from. It comes from people feeling secure within themselves and in their place in the world which can come from many things for example having real world skills that produce something tangible leaving the person with a sense of satisfaction

 

this is why i am pushing the idea of community gardens and parallel systems because it isn't just about escaping the corporate maze that is leading us to technocratic enslavement it is about building self reliance and the self esteem that comes from it so that those people are then more likely to stand up for themselves

 

it is as much about their mental state as it is about filling their bellies

 

24 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

You really think they are going to allow ghettos to form? lawless no go zones ?,Everybody is already barcoded in the UK make no mistake,and as you say, this has all been planned for and contingency measures ARE in place

 

yes and if no one feels invested in an alternative because they were never involved in it then they are more likely to allow themself to be led by the nose into the 'great reset' as they themselves see no alternative on offer

 

24 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

You will not stop the murder of children with memes and the web is full of truth ,how far has spreading it got anyone ? Nowhere thats how far its got folks,not one thing has been stopped

 

the memes are a good way to build the numbers of people to feed into the parallel economy because they won't attempt that until they are first outraged and/or dissilusioned with the current paradigm

 

the memes therefore assist in that process of presenting a counter perception

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19 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I'd love to be a tester for them,using guerilla tactics like ditches,nets,rope FIRE and acid or something simple like a bucket rammed on its 'head' to blind it

 

I'm sitting here laughing at the absurdity of this but its all VERY serious ,and well,i need a laugh

Read 'The War of the Flea' by Robert Taber or Spencer-Chapman's 'The Jungle is Neutral', which can be adapted to the urban/rural environment.

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12 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

bizarrely the main roman guy in that is played by a scottish actor and yet the romans are depicted as the good guys in that and the picts as mindless savages...

 

But if there is any strategic lesson in that conflict it is that the picts used their land to their advantage. The romans could not conquer and occupy the highlands that suited the harem scarem tactics of the picts. They sought instead to plug the mouth of the glens with forts to contain the picts in their highland wilderness

 

the modern battleground is more likely to be the urban environment and that is already being militarised with the modern equivalent of the roman fort which is the smart grid

 

Barbarians to the Romans often just seemed to be people that were more in touch with nature, let's be real.

 

germans.jpg

 

Or just folks that rejected degeneracy and corruption.

 

“No one in Germany laughs at vice, nor do they call it the fashion to corrupt and to be corrupted.”
- Tacitus

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1 minute ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

germans.jpg

 

 

sounds good to me

 

they also used their land to their advantage

 

they drew the mechanised roman cohorts into their forests where they were then able to disrupt their usual tactical manouvers and force the romans more into the germanic method of warfare which was basically a one on one hackfest (although they may have worked in teams for example the vikings worked as wolf packs in battle)

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5 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Read 'The War of the Flea' by Robert Taber or Spencer-Chapman's 'The Jungle is Neutral', which can be adapted to the urban/rural environment.

Its amazing how humans can quickly adapt and the Hong Kong riots showed just how quickly,umbrellas and laser pointers were used to great effect ,old and new technology and you don't get much more 'urban environment ' than HK ( a decent laser pointer can destroy the cmos sensor in a camera permanently)

 

I'm sure that when the time calls for it we'll adapt to counter any non lethal means they employ

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2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

sounds good to me

 

they also used their land to their advantage

 

they drew the mechanised roman cohorts into their forests where they were then able to disrupt their usual tactical manouvers and force the romans more into the germanic method of warfare which was basically a one on one hackfest (although they may have worked in teams for example the vikings worked as wolf packs in battle)

 

Yeah, I noticed that the media has been talking shit about Europeans that are trying to keep the memory of Arminius and the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest alive. Seems like we can't be proud of anything unless it's bankers wars.

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12 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Read 'The War of the Flea' by Robert Taber or

 

i've not read that one but i am aware of the analogy of how many fleas can bring down a large animal like a bear that cannot remove so many tiny enemies

 

unfortunately that tactic is being used against the west by antifa and its allies through cultural marxism

 

of course the correct response to that is for millions of counter fleas to then build a counter economy that is more resiliant

 

12 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Spencer-Chapman's 'The Jungle is Neutral', which can be adapted to the urban/rural environment.

 

i have read that

 

freddie argued that most people who die in the jungle do so because of their mentality. They perceive the jungle to be a hostile environment and that to survive in it is impossible; on some level then they succumb to the jungle psychologically and die as a result

 

This view argues for a mental element to survival and it is certainly possible that many british and aussie POW's in japanese work camps survived because they had something to live for such as a family that kept them going

 

you can see these two contrasting viewpoints on Tv with bear ghrylls who treats nature as something to be escaped as quickly as possible after biting the head off anything you encounter whilst ray mears treats it as something to live in harmony with

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1 hour ago, ar55 said:

It amazes me that the masses aren’t uncomfortable with the next logical step after passports being enforced vaccination.

 

Nicola Sturgeon has openly said the introduction of documentation comes in a bid to get more people jabbed.

 

There’s no way it’ll pressure ever single person into taking it, so surely the next step will be pinning people down?

 

People who think of themselves as left wingers, screech about ‘my body, my choice’ etc. are actually willing this on. It’s genuinely impressive brainwashing on show from the elite.

I suspect that the left, as with Islam, see convid as a battering ram against the established order.

 

It is easier to have a system shift filling the vacuum following mass chaos and death than it is if most of the populace is comfortable and/or flourishing.

 

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