ShieldWall Network members and affiliates who still have their second amendment rights intact can meet other like-minded citizens at events and through organizations that support gun rights. Here is a list of upcoming NRA meetings and banquets throughout Arkansas coming up. Choose the one nearest you, get your tickets and plan to attend, so you can meet up with and cherry pick from the most conservative politically active people in your area, and network with them for radicalization.
Staying out of trouble includes, for us in the pro-White movement, not talking about illegal actions, even jokingly. It also means not indulging in illegal activities, even recreationally.
by Selco, Yugoslavian Civil War survivor and Survival Expert
The guy that I wrote about in that article died few days ago, and that is the reason why I am re posting this.
I use to knew him very well, the man that he became at the end was almost a stranger to me.
He did not die shooting an AK47 at the politicians who once “pushed” him to war with their “infinite honor” and “our cause” stories, he did not wrote book about his experiences, he did not become hero.
At his funeral there were 9 people, including guys who…
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One of the most effective and enduring military formations in ancient warfare was that of the Greek Phalanx. The age of the Phalanx may be traced back to Sumeria in the 25th century BCE, through Egypt, and finally appearing in Greek literature through Homer in the 8th century BCE (and, since, has been generally associated with Greek warfare strategy, the name itself being from the Greek for `finger’). The phalanx formation was a close-rank, dense grouping of warriors armed with long spears and interlocking shields. The Greek Hoplite soldier provided his own weapon (a seven or eight foot spear known as a `doru’) and shield as well as breast plate, helmet and greaves. There was no official `training’ for a Greek Hoplite and it was the responsibility of the individual commander to make sure his troops could fight in a unified form. Philip II of Macedon changed how armies were trained and enhanced the phalanx formation by introducing the idea of the ‘professional soldier’ to Macedon, providing his warriors with training, a smaller shield, and a longer spear known as a `sarissa’ which, besides simply being able to inflict greater casualties at a further distance, had the added advantage of masking the formation’s movements when the sarissa’s were held in certain ways.
The strength of the Greek phalanx lay in the endurance and discipline of the soldiers who made up the closely-packed rectangular formation of shields and spears. Once the phalanx was formed the soldiers would advance slowly toward the opposing army, fending off missile blows with their shields and holding the formation tightly in order to break through the ranks of the other side. Since the use of reserve forces in battle was not conceived of before the 5th century BCE, a battle was decided by the formations initially placed in the field and, consequently, the men who made up the phalanx formations had to be prepared to outlast, as well as out-fight, their opponents. Once the antagonists engaged each other on the field the battle was on until one side broke ranks and was defeated. The phalanx, then, could be employed in battle in a great `pushing match’ with the front-liners literally being pushed forward by the shields of the soldiers behind them or, as the phalanx evolved, as a `battering ram’ to break the front lines while cavalry harried the flanks.
One of the most notable uses of the phalanx was at the Battle of Marathon (490 BCE) where the Greek Hoplites advanced in formation `at a run’ (according to Herodotus) and decimated the lightly armed Persian infantry (a tactic later employed, in 480 BCE, at the decisive battle of Platea). The Theban General Epaminodas significantly altered the use of the phalanx at the Battle of Leuctra (379 BCE) in which he strengthened his left flank to a depth of fifty men, thinned out his right flank and center, and crushed the Spartan force in what has come to be known as `oblique infantry deployment’. Phillip II of Macedon, learning of Epaminodas’ tactic in Thebes, brought it back to his kingdom where he created the first professional fighting force in Greece outside of Sparta. He armed his men with the longer `sarissa’ spear (which had a length of eighteen feet) and much smaller shields than previously used. The shields afforded less protection but gave the formation the advantage of greater mobility in that, without the interlocking large shields, the phalanx could out maneuver an opposing force more easily. Phillip’s success with this variation of the phalanx can be seen in his victory at the Battle of Charonea (338 BCE) where his brilliant use of the formation, coupled with skirmishers and cavalry, crushed the combined forces of Athensand Thebes (both of whom employed the traditional Greek phalanx in their armies).
The phalanx formation reached its height of effectiveness in the conquests of Alexander the Great who was able to move large bodies of men very quickly and whose brilliant strategies on the field made skillful use of the formation; but the phalanx steadily declined in use after Alexander’s death. At the Battle of Cynocephalae in 197 BCE, the Romans defeated the Greek phalanx easily because the Greeks had failed to guard the flanks of their phalanx and, further, the Greek commanders could not turn the mass of men who comprised the phalanxes quickly enough to counter the strategies of the Romans and, after this battle, the phalanx fell out of use. There are some historians who argue the phalanx was already obsolete by the time of Cynocephalae and the Greek commanders failed to use it effectively in that battle because its use was no longer properly understood. However that may be, the Romans themselves took up the phalanx formation and succeeded in using it to effect during the period of the Roman Republic before the formation was discarded in favor of the three-line Roman Legion with which the Roman Empire conquered the known world.
by Steve Smithers
This means that if a County Committee invited you to speak and didn’t cave to pressure from Asshole Asa’s Marxist machine to disinvite you, then you could speak and get our views heard in that county. (You also could then use the opportunity to network with the true conservatives and right wing people present, and cherry-pick and radicalize the best of them for the SWN).
After talking about the beginning of the Christmas season and its true reason, Billy brings us a detailed report from the central Arkansas ShieldWall Network meeting held on December 2nd.
Jacob Goodwin called in from the Charlottesville jail to speak to the meeting over the speakerphone and inspired everyone there with his courage and good spirits.
In addition to the growth of the ShieldWall Phalanx and the Cover Our People With Love pro-White charity’s ‘White Family Drive’, other ongoing SWN projects were discussed and some major agenda items voted on, followed by a collective in real life activism project.
After that Mr. Roper describes how egalitarianism ultimately eats itself, sowing the seeds of its own destruction. The Jews used it against us, but now they also are committing racial suicide through their chutzpah and by swallowing their own lies.
Hard racial science fans will then be fascinated to…
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In addition to their recording an interview update on their son’s condition for next week’s The Roper Report podcast, the Goodwins had a special treat in store for Jacob’s friends at last yesterday’s ShieldWall Network meeting. A chance to talk with the political prisoner, himself!
Scott and Tamera, Jacob Goodwin’s parents, gave an impassioned plea for support for their son, the political prisoner now incarcerated in a Charlottesville, Virginia jail awaiting trial. While the update on Jacob’s condition, treatment, and defense progress was encouraging, it was frustrating to hear their dismay at the fact that despite being asked to help, the multi-millionaire activist largely responsible for promoting the Unite The Right rally has not yet contributed financially or otherwise to help Jacob or ANY of the Charlottesville defendants. However, Jacob himself called in, and was able to speak to his fellow ShieldWall Network members on speakerphone. Despite being in jail…
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At the December 2nd central Arkansas ShieldWall Network meeting, an update on local progress in recruiting new members (some of whom were present) and gaining influence in our local communities through networking was given. For the year end summary, our first year’s exploits were briefly recapped, along with the revelation of some of our immediate plans for the near future. The ShieldWall Plan, Project New America, was shared with those who had not yet had an opportunity to become familiar with our overall long-range goal, as well.
The Cover Our People With Love pro-White charity’s White Family Drive results were discussed, and the sponsors thanked.
Al gave a very informative presentation about Prepping, complete with handouts, discussing food and water selection and storage, as well as emergency supplies. He will present a more in depth lecture on the subject at the next official ShieldWall Network meeting in northern Arkansas…
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For those Phalanx members who were unable to attend, a meeting of the ShieldWall Phalanx followed the normal ShieldWall Network meeting in central Arkansas on December 2nd. Two new ShieldWall Phalanx members were administered their oaths and given their patches. The Phalanx voted to keep both style of shields, the round and rectangular, for different complimentary tactical uses, and to adopt American Woodland Camouflage BDUs as the official pants of the ShieldWall Phalanx uniform. Boots, gloves, helmets, and other gear were discussed, exhibited, and compared. Twenty Phalanx members will now be completely equipped. The next training date and site for the Phalanx was voted on and agreed to, as well as the tactical exercises which will be learned.
Please e-mail email@example.com for details on the upcoming Phalanx training day, and to catch up on the other information which you missed.
by Billy Roper
One major consideration in building a regional ethnostate is that you want to try to avoid including any urban area with a concentrated population of over 100,000 people within your initial borders. If possible, you should also attempt to avoid including within your enclave any Federal military bases, ports, air stations, or depots. While this may sound counter-intuitive at first, because you don’t want your population density to be so low that you can’t defend the territory which you claim and you want to have access to the resources, military and otherwise, which Federal bases and cities have accumulated, you also should remember that cities and Federal bases will be defended by any remnant or rump Federal forces after a balkanization much more forcefully than rural areas.
Likewise, depending on the level of power vacuum and collapse which transpires, while some Federal troops may evacuate bases and…
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