While the bitter parties stifle every voice that warns of war, every man should own a rifle and have cartridges in store! -Henry Lawson
When many of us swallow the redpill we often wonder what we can do, we see the problems but do not know how to fix them. While there is at the time of writing this no mass movement in the anglosphere we should begin with improving the self and organising with likeminded individuals.
Health, vitality and strength are some of our core values. Seeing a rebirth of our cultural life and revitalisation of our nation is our end goal. This journey starts with the self. Cultivation and building of the body through lifting weights is one that many start with on their journey for self-improvement and something that you may have already been doing before becoming political. It is imperative that we have bodies capable of overcoming struggle, capable of withstanding combat.
“Violence, naked force, has settled more issues in history than has any other factor, and the contrary opinion is wishful thinking at its worst. Breeds that forget this basic truth have always paid for it with their lives and their freedoms”
One should also have an understanding of force and violence. If you are young joining the military is a great way to receive an education in such a subject. If you can’t make the 4-yeartime investment then a great alternative is the national guard or the reserves. This will allow you to receive all the same basic training as the military without the time investment necessary for the normal forces. European armies may offer their old conscription model but with a voluntary joining requirement, 1 year of service. Joining a reserve unit or the national guard also means that it far less likely that you will fight in a foreign bankers war that goes against your morals, however you will still receive the same training in movement, teamwork and weapons handling. There are also avenues for those who have been persecuted by the system such as joining the French foreign legion although you may not want to fight for the French and as a Briton I can understand the sentiment. The military is also a great place to find likeminded individuals, nationalists and patriots with which to organise.
A focus on martial abilities is paramount. Procurement and proficiency with arms is a must for what lies ahead. We have seen the rise of a left that has shown itself willing to use violence to further its vile red aims and we must have the means to defend ourselves and push against it. However,when going about procuring weapons keep it as legal as possible, do not give the system an excuse or means to imprison you. Martial arts is also a great way to understand force and violence and may help you if you find yourself in a “peaceful protest”. Keep in mind however that ju jitsu is nowhere near as persuasive as lead.
This final point I cannot stress enough, you should be organising, find those that have similar interests, similar ideology, similar worldview and work to elevate each other. Lift together, run drills together, maintain a secondary line of communication. Run for local office and work to inject third position politics into your local political scene. I now leave you with a few words from Australian poet Henry Lawson.
So I sit and write and ponder, while the house is deaf and dumb, Seeing visions over yonder of the war I know must come. – In the corner – not a vision – but a sign for coming days – Stand a box of ammunition and a rifle in green baize. – And in this, the living present, let the word go through the land, – Every tradesman, clerk and peasant should have these two things at hand. – No – no ranting song is needed, and no meeting, flag or fuss – In the future, still unheeded, shall the spirit come to us! Without feathers, drum or riot on the day that is to be, – We shall march down, very quiet, to our stations by the sea. – While the bitter parties stifle every voice that warns of war, – Every man should own a rifle and have cartridges in store!