'You know, you never beat us on the battlefield,' I told my North Vietnamese counterpart during negotiations in Hanoi a week before the fall of Saigon. He pondered that remark a moment and then replied, 'That may be so, but it is also irrelevant.' - General Frederick C. Weyand about the War in Vietnam.
We write much about the War On Men in the Manosphere but that war is only a symptom of a larger problem. You can say the war started against men but it has definitely spread beyond just men. It has now become a war on all Americans who are outside of local, state and federal agencies.
Even those within the system aren't always safe. Just look at anyone who tried to blow the whistle from the inside and see what happened to them. The reason for that is because the nature of the War On Men is really the tip of the spear of a greater war on humanity.
This war is conducted through those who knowingly or unknowingly have given themselves over to a lust for power. While it is true political power grows out of the barrel of a gun the spirit of freedom is a thousand times stronger than the power of fear once the instinct of self preservation kicks in.
In this video you can see the power of fear over this woman but at the same time that sense of self preservation kicked in as she spoke out to the police. That tells me right there that going forward no matter how many more battles they win they have already lost the war.
When I heard her say that I immediately thought of that famous exchange from the end of the war in Vietnam. But how is this relevant to what the police in the US are doing to Americans?
It's very simple. At some point the Vietnamese did not support the Americans and their military superiority in the numbers they did for the North. I'm not siding with the communists at all but I am pointing out what happens when the support of the people isn't there.
No amount of peace through superior fire power is going to do the job by itself.
"I’ve destroyed a single division three times . . . I’ve chased main-force units all over the country and the impact was zilch. It meant nothing to the people." - General Frederick C. Weyand.
Exactly, it meant nothing and the rest was history.
Meanwhile the war on humanity continues as the police brutalize Americans across the country. With absolutely no support they continue on as if they are storming the beaches of Normandy pretending the whole country is praying for their success. Well people may be praying for them alright but it would be more a long the lines of ending the brutality before they become their next victim.
Americans Killed by Cops Now Outnumber Americans Killed in Iraq War
The increase in police brutality in this country is a frightening reality. In the last decade alone the number of people murdered by police has reached 5,000. The number of soldiers killed since the inception of the Iraq war, 4489.
Support will continue to diminish as the atrocities pile up and city revenues evaporate through law suits.
There is no instance of a nation benefitting from prolonged warfare. - Sun Tzu.
Now I'm in no way advocating any sort of action against police. In fact I'll say people should do just the opposite. If you see one behind you on the road, get off the road. If you see one in a store, get out of the store. Since we have no way of knowing who is good from bad don't take any chances. If you get stopped at a check point never consent to a search. If they arrest you for refusing a search it's because they were going to arrest you anyway on some other trumped up charge. Keep your mouth shut around them, don't lecture them about your rights, steer clear of them as much as possible.
The idea is to be less of a target to them than the next guy and above all never call 911 .
I'm just saying this based on their own track record of abuse and if things keep going the way they are going it's only going to get worse. Like the woman in the video people are going to become increasingly afraid of police but only up to a point. I wish they would simply power down with these unnecessary killings but until then don't do anything to attract their attention and you should be fine... maybe.
The police might say good, let them hate so long as they fear (Oderint Dum Metuant). Well ok, it does work to an extent but the fear factor can get pushed too far. If people feel they are getting pushed into a corner where they will be killed no matter what even a mouse will fight back eventually.
Since there is a small war being conducted against the American people lets take a look at what the experts had to say on the subject and maybe they can start running this war properly.
Fear is one of the strongest natural emotions in man. Among primitive people not far removed from an oppressed or enslaved existence, it is easy to understand the people's fear of being again enslaved; fear of political subjugation causes violent opposition to any movement which apparently threatens political or personal liberty. - Small Wars Manual U.S. Marine Corps
Meaning if the fear button is pushed enough times sooner or later there will be a reaction. So my advice would be for the police to power down. They have already lost the war by losing the support of the people. Doubling down and killing another 5,000 Americans isn't going to win them back over.
The message the police are sending out is that they will kick down your door, shoot your pets, kill you, get a paid vacation and a bonus on top of it all. Even if they are taken to court in the face of obvious murder they will simply go free.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what will happen when people are left with no peaceful options.
Adding insult to injury will result in men seeking revenge even with every danger to himself. - Niccolò Machiavelli
When people have nothing left to lose they lose it.
A lot of police are former military. They should understand how that works. If not they can go to the next link and read the manual again.
Here is what the Marines have to say about the use of deadly force.
The aim is not to develop a belligerent spirit in our men but rather one of caution and steadiness. Instead of employing force, one strives to accomplish the purpose by diplomacy. A Force Commander who gains his objective in a small war without firing a shot has attained far greater success than one who resorted to the use of arms. While endeavoring to avoid the infliction of physical harm to any native, there is always the necessity of preventing, as far as possible, any casualties among our own troops. - Small Wars Manual U.S. Marine Corps
I'm not against police using deadly force but was it really necessary to shoot James Boyd after he surrendered and again after he was already down? Were they really that afraid of a pocket knife while they had shotguns and AR's? Do they have any idea what a bunch of sorry ass cowards they come across as?
Not my kind of heroes.
Look... seriously... not to pat myself on the back but I've had guns pointed at my head and wasn't near as freaked out as those guys were over a knife.
In major warfare, hatred of the enemy is developed among troops to arouse courage. In small wars, tolerance, sympathy, and kindness should be the keynote of our relationship with the mass of the population. There is nothing in this principle which should make any officer or man hesitate to act with the necessary firmness within the limitation imposed by the principles which have been laid down, whenever there is contact with armed opposition. - Small Wars Manual U.S. Marine Corps
Ok I get that we are all Hajji's now to the police and military but this isn't Iraq or Afghanistan. That guy on the hill could have been one of their own brother, cousin, uncle or some other relative. Try to think of us more as the natives that we actually are as opposed to some armed insurgent opposition we are not.
Treat the captives well, and care for them. All the soldiers taken must be cared for with magnanimity and sincerity so that they may be used by us. This is called 'winning a battle and becoming stronger.' Hence what is essential in war is victory, not prolonged operations. . . - Sun Tzu.
Good advice but somehow I don't think they are having any of it in light of operation prolonged revenue generation.
MGTOW... Where becoming scarce can be a life saver.
Yeap, it just keeps on going.
Like I said, they have no idea how cowardly they appear to people and the crowd expresses that sentiment in no uncertain terms.