Remembering Senator James Eastland

The following is an explanation of why anti-integrationists in the South lost; because they attempted to use Civic Nationalism and ran away from hard racial science and National Socialism. Their concern with optics and their fear of being too radical should serve as an example to us today, as the southeastern region they tried to represent becomes New Afrika. Fortunately, the leading Southern Nationalists of our time have radicalized relatively recently to full blown White Nationalism, and have, after initially refusing to answer the Jewish Question, thankfully done an about face towards naming our primary enemy. They now understand, as previous well-intentioned segregationists did not, that arguments based on Constitutionality or States Rights are just negotiating with your executioner over which arm the lethal injection is going into. 

by Paul Jones

When I was a teenager living in Los Angeles, California in the early Sixties, I used to listen some to a black radio station D.J. named the Magnificent Montague. He became famous for his shouting out while a song was being played, “Burn baby, burn; don’t throw any water just let it burn.” When the Watts riots broke out on Aug. 11, 1965, lasting five days with 35 dead and $40 million dollars of property destroyed, the black rioters and looters who threw firebombs at white owned businesses used the same words as they set stores on fire.

He also tried to inspire black youth by reading biographies of black Congressmen and governors who had been elected in the South during Reconstruction, a time when most white, Southern males had been proscribed from voting. However, the picture he painted of the black politicians was a lot different than the reality of what took place during that time, as was brought out by Claude Bowers in his classic book, “The Tragic Era,” in which he showed the corruption and evil of the period that led to bankruptcy and chaos in the states controlled by black elected officials and their white Scalawag and Carpetbagger handlers. (On a side note, the Magnificent Montague converted to Judaism later in his life.)

In a similar way to what Montague was trying to do for black youth, I think that the white young people of today should learn more about the great Southern, white politicians during the time of de jure segregation in the South who were active when the Second Reconstruction of the South was taking place from 1945 to about 1965. The mostly Jewish led and directed Civil Rights movement, at least as far as the legions of leftist lawyers were involved, effectively overturned and eradicated the so-called Jim Crow laws, but until they finished the job there were many brilliant white Southerners who fought against the changes going on-the problem was they were always fighting with “one hand tied behind their back.”

I previously wrote an article about Herman Talmadge, Governor of Georgia and later senator during that period, but now I’d like to hold up as a model James Eastland, Senator from Mississippi. After graduating from the University of Alabama, he studied law in the office of his father, who was a district attorney in Scott County, Mississippi, and James was later admitted to the bar in 1927 and practiced law in the state. He served in the U.S. Senate as a Democrat in 1941 and again from 1943 until his resignation on Dec. 27, 1978.

In order to give some idea of his thinking, I will quote from a speech he made in the U.S. Senate on May 26, 1955 that was recorded in The Congressional Record. In it, he tries to show the Communist background of the persons used as “scientific authorities” to justify the Supreme Court’s decision declaring segregated schooling no longer Constitutional in Brown v. Board of Education the previous year.

He states: “Mr. President, somewhat more than 1 year ago I pointed out in an address on this floor that the Supreme Court had been indoctrinated and brainwashed by left-wing pressure groups, that indeed members of the court were influenced by and were guilty of grossly improper conduct in accepting awards and emoluments from groups and organizations interested in political litigation before the court and bent on changing and destroying our American way of life.” Eastland goes on to specifically name groups considered to be Communist fronts and how individuals such as Gunnar Myrdal of Sweden, who wrote the influential “An American Dilemma,” which highly influenced the Supreme Court’s decision,  were associated with these.  He makes the lawyerly argument as a Strict Constructionist that it is unheard of for courts to do other than to consider law cases and appeal results themselves as a basis for a decision and states that the only time this has been done before by western legal systems was during the time when National Socialism ruled Germany.

But here’s where Eastland, and so many other honorable Southern, white politicians and thinkers of the time fell short. They tried to lambast the Nuremberg laws in National Socialist Germany as a way of somehow gaining support for continuance of legal segregation of blacks and whites in the South. So Eastland goes on to say in his speech, “Mr. President, my information is that the one time when the high appellate court of any major western nation has resorted to books and words of agitators to sustain its decision was when the high court of Germany sustained Hitler’s racist laws.”

Eastland equated Germany’s high court sustaining of its racial segregation laws based on “books and works of agitators” to the U.S. Supreme Court’s use of experts and books in its decision of Brown v. Board of Education that declared to be unconstitutional laws of legal segregation of the races in the South. So if it was legally wrong for the highest court in Germany in the 1930’s to declare the Nuremberg laws to be constitutional within the German legal system, then following this logic so-called “experts” who denounced segregation of the races in the South should not have been allowed to influence the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in 1954.  However, by attacking Germany’s “racist” laws of the 1930’s Eastland could no longer take the high moral ground, but left his whole position open to attack. Just as books like “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” by Harriet Beecher Stowe undermined the South’s case for upholding the institution of slavery before the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, so too moral and psychological arguments could be used to attack Segregation laws in the South that Eastland and others were trying to defend. As mentioned in the novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” how could the South sustain its system of segregation of the races when it had been part of the national moral crusade by the United States to defeat National Socialist Germany in W.W. II?

So while admiring the eloquence and fighting spirit of Eastland and many others in the Southland who were fighting to maintain its traditions, and recognizing that their characters were head and shoulders above the likes of later Scalawags like Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, they had no chance against their opponents with the tactics they tried to use involving simply more technical legal positions such as States Rights and a failure to uphold previous Supreme Court decisions like Plessy v. Ferguson in 1896 that said “separate but equal” segregated facilities for blacks and whites were allowed under the Constitution.

The only way to have had a chance to win would have been to use “books and words” of experts on their side who had conclusively proved that there are significant racial differences between blacks and whites related especially with intelligence and that showed an average 15 point I.Q. gap that justified “separate, but equal” schooling between the races. U.S. Army tests and studies of differences of average I.Q. between whites and blacks had conclusively shown this gap and possibly an expert witness to counter Gunnar Myrdal, like Carleton Coon, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania and author of the book, “The Races of Europe” in 1939 and not a disciple of the Franz Boas School of Anthropology, could have been used by lawyers defending the South’s position when Brown v. Board of Education was being argued before the Supreme Court in 1954.

But no, this argument couldn’t be used since to point out significant racial differences would have made such politicians and defenders of Southern tradition appear to look too much like the “evil” Nazis we’d defeated in W.W. II who had set up “Hitler’s racist laws.” As long as only States Rights or strict constructionist arguments, or trying to tie in agents of change with Communist connections were the main tactical objections made to counter the slick Jewish lawyers and “fellow travelers” trying to overthrow de jure segregation, rather than the strongest argument to maintain the system, which is the proven average intellectual inferiority of blacks to whites, then it was only a matter of time before the Second Reconstruction took place and we can see the results in 2018 now that it has had plenty of time to run its full course.

Nonetheless, statesmen like James Eastland and others of that time can still be models for future generations of white youth in that they fought for a just cause, the right of whites to maintain their distinct racial identity and culture-something which the Second Reconstruction pushed by the Jewish power structure intends to totally eliminate and which is not far from taking place unless enough whites wake up to the reality of the ongoing White Genocide.

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Gun Fights are Dangerous — Even if You Win

By Dave Dolbee in Safety and Training

 

An armed resident and an intruder were both killed. The intruder was killed by the homeowner. The homeowner was killed by a responding officer. Read the following account of what happened. The details are sparse, but the commentary regarding the dos and don’ts in the comment section should be revealing.

It’s about 1:30 a.m. The police have responded to an intruder call. As the police arrive on the scene, they hear gunshots. Fearing for the safety of the home’s occupants, the police rush in and encounter a man holding gun. The police shoot the man with the gun. In doing so, the homeowner, who had just shot the intruder, is shot and killed by the responding officer.

The investigation of whether the officer’s actions were justified is fodder for another place time. We simply do not have enough details, and I have no wish to foster a bunch of comments to bash those who run to, not from, the 911 calls. Nonetheless, this could be most any of us. Maybe you did everything right, perhaps not.

After all, the police shot the homeowner in his own house. Stress levels were high. The officer may not have properly identified himself. In the heat of the moment, adrenaline flowing, the homeowner may have panicked and leveled his gun at the responding officers after they identified themselves. We just don’t know, and there is little benefit to debating the right or wrong actions of those involved without complete details. However, that does not mean that this cannot be a catalyst for a learning moment.

Don’t Get Mistaken for the Bad Guy

You awake to a crash and people yelling. You realize an intruder is in your house. You hear a family member scream and gunshots. Fearing for your safety and that of your loved ones, you move to confront the intruder.

Your neighbors also heard the shots and screams and called the police who, unbeknownst to you, are only one block away. You see the intruder coming down the hall, alone. You confront him and are forced to shoot and kill him as the police pull up to the house

What happens next?

Land available for those interested in moving to Ozarkia.

Would you like to live in a county that is still 93% White, but just a half hour away from a modern small city with a university and all of the conveniences of civilization? How about waking up every morning in the country to see a gorgeous mountain out your window, but have a paved highway at the end of your private drive?

This is one of the most scenic and beautiful areas of the country, in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in the Arkansas River Valley. Hiking, camping, horseback riding, caving, swimming, and boating opportunities abound nearby. Just minutes from the lake, creeks, and national forest. Cost of living is lower than the national average, with mild winters. Established White Nationalist prepper networks are active in the area, and look forward to welcoming you into our family.

Four plots of land are for sale at auction, with no reserve, and no restrictions on building or city code bureaucratic hoops to jump through. They range in size from a half acre to sixteen acres, partially wooded, partially pasture with fences. Some are ready to move into, while others are ready to build on, with electricity and water lines already established.

If you’re interested in seeing the listing for the land going up for auction soon, with a map and description, e-mail roper_billy@yahoo.com.

How SEALs Train Tactical Fitness

ShieldWall Network Editorial note: Even if you have a physical labor job, but especially if you do not, many of us may not be ready for this, yet. Tactical fitness can begin with normal every day activity which gets you moving to add flexibility and exercise your muscles and cardiovascular system. For example, bending from an upright position to pull up weeds and grass to feed to the chickens, or picking up limbs on your property, is just as effective as doing a “touch your toes” exercise. Walking, doing outside chores, and being active is exercise, itself, and a great place to start when building up to higher levels of fitness. A hanging punching bag in the front yard and a basketball goal in the back are great inducements to improve your physical health, too! 

Navy SEAL veteran Stew Smith defines tactical fitness and breaks it down into three stages.


If you’re kicking down doors, jumping out of planes, or pulling people from a burning building, you’re probably more concerned with tactical fitness than with being ripped like Channing Tatum or Hugh Jackman.

For those preparing to enter an operational field within law enforcement or the military, or for veterans who want to maintain some level of athleticism, there are practical fitness workouts that prioritize functionality over aesthetics.

Task & Purpose spoke with Stew Smith, a former Navy SEAL officer who has written numerous books and articles about tactical fitness over the last 17 years. When it comes to tactical fitness, Smith explains that you shouldn’t be concerned with having six-pack abs or how big your biceps are.

Instead, “this training is going to make me better at inserting six miles with 60 pounds on my back or jumping out of an aircraft,” said Smith. “Your workout should be focused on answering those questions.”

In essence, tactical fitness comes down to practicality, and it’s still valuable to those outside of operational jobs or careers because its foundation is built on survival skills and survival fitness, explained Smith. Being able to perform in a dangerous or high-risk situation, like being strong enough to pull an injured co-worker to safety during a fire, or to swim to shore if you fall overboard on a boat, are all elements of tactical fitness.

Smith breaks tactical fitness down in a tiered system that builds upon three stages, which Smith categorizes as:

To: which gets you in shape to perform for a test or during training
Through: which is what happens during the training
Operational: which is doing the job itself
Each stage — to, through, and operational — has its own benchmarks and goals that are ultimately determined by what the participants want to get out of their training, explained Smith.

Getting to the training or event

This is what you have to do to make it to a test or course, explained Smith.

If you’re training to be a Navy SEAL and you’re a strong swimmer, but lack endurance and power, you may want to start lifting and doing flutter kicks in the sand while wet. Those who are built likes trucks, but lack stamina may want to work on their endurance, explained Smith.

“This typically means you have a fitness foundation from athletics or whatever, but you specialize a little bit and focus on the fitness test to get you into the training,” he said.

Getting through the training

Once you’ve gotten to the event — whether that’s a training course like Ranger School or you’ve made it to your Tough Mudder — your training takes on another level of specificity, Smith explained.

“Depending on what you’re doing, you need to focus on those tasks you’ll be tested in,” Smith said, adding that during the “through” phase, you need to identify the key aspects of your training and work on those.

If you’re preparing for an intense obstacle course with flaming tires and barbed wire awaiting you at the finish line, you should throw some agility training into the mix.

“You have to build a strong foundation so you can do that,” added Smith.

Getting through the operation or mission

When you’re training for an event you may find that “you’re almost a triathlete with some strength,” said Smith, but once you’ve reached that stage, which Smith describes as the “operational side,” you may not be doing as much cardio, strength training, swimming, or running as you were previously.

For Smith, who cycles through all three phases annually, his operational phase, “is just a fancy way of saying my weight training phase,” and involves lifting, rucking, swimming with fins, and building up strength.

“As an athlete you don’t necessarily have to be good at everything, but great at one thing,” explained Smith, adding that a swimmer may not need to be great on land, or a sprinter may not need to do a lot of endurance training.

But for tactical athletes, “you have to be good at every element of fitness. … You need to have endurance, speed, muscle stamina, agility, strength, and power.”

The key difference between tactical fitness and other forms of physical training is that the latter focuses on versatility rather than specificity.

“You don’t need to be an A+ in all of those, but you need to be a good B student at everything,” said Smith. “Tactical fitness is all over the map.”

Once you’re in those operational commands, it becomes a matter of maintenance, explained Smith, who said that you should cycle back to the to, through and operational elements of your training.

source: taskandpurpose.com

 

Christians: Don’t Fall For The Cop-Out.

by Billy Roper

So prevalent is the discussion of the coming civil war that churches are using it as a messianic tool to encourage people to salvation under the pretense that the mythical pre-tribulation rapture will allow Christians to avoid taking sides:

“…By stoking the flames of discontent, radical leftists are playing with fire. Right now that blaze is still mostly confined to the halls of academia, the media and other havens of radical leftism. But both history and Bible prophecy show that those flames will spread. Isaiah 1:7 describes the near future of the U.S., saying, “Your country is desolate, your cities are burned with fire: your land, strangers devour it in your presence, and it is desolate, as overthrown by strangers.”

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Is a Second Civil War Coming to America?

In reality, there will be no pre-tribulation rapture of Christians, or anyone else, up to Heaven which allows them the cop-out of cowardly avoiding taking part in our secular struggle against evil, and in resistance to God’s enemies, who should be ours. Christians are instructed to “occupy until I come” by Jesus, and to fight the good fight, to stand against the anti-Christ system of globalism, multiracialism, and liberalism.

When we pray the Lord’s Prayer, as He instructed, we ask that His kingdom come and His will be done, “on Earth as it is in Heaven”. He didn’t want us to pray to avoid the fight. He didn’t want us to be recluses, and run from His enemies. He knows that sinful, weak, cowardly people would want any excuse or false justification for being gutless. But, He will tell them to depart from Him, He never knew them, because they were not willing to stand and fight against His enemies, and make them their own. They were too scared to take part in the battle of good vs. evil. Instead, they prayed for a way out of the coming struggle, really, the ongoing struggle of God’s people against the descendants of Satan whom He called out in John 8:44.

In fact, they call evil good, and good evil, even from the pulpits they defile, in order to avoid upsetting the antiChrist forces of universal equality and global unity and racial as well as spiritual union. That makes them contemptible in God’s sight. They should be contemptible in ours, as well.

Christians need to understand that there will not be a pre-tribulation rapture. Then they need to think about how perfectly the left aligns with scriptural descriptions of the AntiChrist, with their support of abortion, homosexuality, and universal racial amalgamation.

You know that God hates a coward. You know which side are His enemies. Don’t disappoint Him. Join the fight.

Can businesses ban “racist” customers?

https://blogs.findlaw.com/ free_enterprise/2018/07/can- your-business-ban-racist- customers.html

Last week, Khalil Cavil, a 20-year-old server for Saltgrass Steak House in Odessa, Texas, posted a photo of a receipt on Facebook. A customer with a bill of $108 had supposedly written at the top of their receipt that they “don’t tip terrorist” (sic). The restaurant manager, virtue signalling about how intolerable racism is, banned the customer from the place of business, for life. Now, we know that it was another hoax, a lie used to stoke liberal fury. The mullato received thousands of dollars in donations from leftists after spreading his lie on social media. Now, he has been fired and the company has retracted its ban on the accused customer, offering them a free dinner.

I doubt they’ll be in a hurry to go back and take them up on it. The mullato has been fired and the actual story made pubic. That’s good, as it encourages polarization and accelerates the beginning of the coming civil war. However, the fact is that yes, businesses can and do ban people for wearing or saying things they disagree with, even allegedly first amendment protected free speech.

There are some legal recourses. The ejected patron can picket, so long as they do so on public property rather than the business’s private property, or they can try to organize a boycott of the store by sympathetic people, or they can sue them, a long, expensive, and arduous process with little chance of success. They can organize creative ratings and feedback on the business’s advertising and ratings outlets. Or, they can peacefully remember who the enemies of Whites are for what is coming.

Remember the famous “bake my cake” case, which led to copycats where faggots tried to force Christian bakers and wedding planners and others to provide services to them which conflicted with their deeply held personal beliefs and values? The courts have now ruled that they cannot force service, either. So, the business owner has the right to refuse service to anyone pretty much, with or without cause, although it’s a LOT easier to ban a White person or a heterosexual than it is any self-described “minority”, of course.

When the civil war starts, how many anti-White business owners and restaurant managers who may claim that they were just following corporate policy to keep their jobs and feed their families will be dragged out of their burning buildings and used to decorate the nearest street lamp? The truth is, not many. One cannot imagine the time being taken for that kind of ceremony, in such a hypothetical situation when bullets are so much more plentiful than ropes.

And what about owners of restaurants which promote and host events like LGBTQ drag queen competitions especially targeting children, such as Steve Libbon, who runs Ugo’s Pizza in Harrison, Arkansas? Sure, he can legally welcome Communist Antifa into his place of business, no matter how unpopular his actions may be in the community. The force of law, at this time, protects him and ensures his right to do so. And certainly, noone should encourage anything illegal be done about it, so long as those laws are still in place and can be enforced. We definitely don’t. If the local police discovered that he was selling drugs out of the restaurant or sexually molesting the little mullata he parades on his facebook page, or something, then they may or may not choose to forward the evidence to the prosecuting attorney, who may or may not file charges, hypothetically. Otherwise, he’s free to do what he wants. Including being arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and DWI. 

For legal recourses, see above.

Background on Steve Libbon and Ugos. 

 

Improve Your Accuracy With These Drills

The purpose of dry firing is to help you develop the proper sight alignment and trigger control without burning up a supply of expensive training ammunition. Dry firing an unloaded firearm can be practiced for hours and will help you develop the most basic fundamental skills that will help you to become a proficient firearms operator.

When you dry fire any handgun you should make sure the firearm is completely unloaded, and you’re in a safe place to train. Once you confirm that your handgun is unloaded, insert an unloaded magazine. It also pays to buy plastic bullets called “snap caps” that allow you to safely dry fire a firearm for long periods of time. Using plastic look-alike bullets also makes it more realistic when training to execute a combat reload.

To dry fire your pistol, find a spot or a specific target on a nearby wall, line up the sights and slowly squeeze the trigger. Learning to focus on your front sight is crucial to properly developing your marksmanship skills. You must keep your sights properly aligned on your target while you squeeze the trigger with just the right amount of backwards pressure required to discharge a round of ammunition. Train yourself to cycle the trigger without pulling the pistol off target.

Learning to rely on your front sight combined with the proper cycling of the trigger is what allows you to keep all shots fired on target. Failure to achieve proper sight alignment and trigger control is the main reason why you fail to deliver the right shot placement on a target during a qualification session as well as during authorized uses of deadly force.

To exert the right amount of trigger control, it helps if you use the right part of your trigger finger to make contact with the trigger. Placing your trigger finger on the trigger of your service pistol, backup gun, or off-duty gun is model dependent in that different types of trigger systems require a different part of your finger to cycle the trigger.

Law enforcement officers who use a single-action pistol such as a 1911 should use the tip of their finger to apply backward pressure on the trigger to discharge this type of pistol. Striker-fired trigger systems such as the kind used on Glock pistols also require that you use the pad of flat skin on the tip of your trigger finger to cycle the trigger in a smooth action. The last thing you want to do is “slap” the trigger.

A double action/single action trigger such as the kind used on a Classic Series DA/SA SIG Sauer pistol requires that you use the area just behind the finger tip where the first digit or joint of your trigger finger is located. This is the same position on the trigger finger that you use to cycle the trigger on a DA revolver. The reason the positioning of the trigger finger is critical to delivering the right trigger control is because you need maximum pressure to cycle a DA revolver, a DA pistol trigger and a DAO trigger while less backward pressure is needed to cycle a striker-fired or a single-action trigger system.

If you have problems keeping your shots center mass, you’re probably “pulling” your shots to the left or right by jerking the trigger to one side or the other. This doesn’t mean you can’t rapidly fire a striker-fired trigger or a DA/SA trigger. All it means is there’s a technique involved that must be properly executed or the bullets you fire won’t be delivered into the right location of your target. Moving your wrist when you pull the trigger and flinching when you react to the force of recoil are other movements that can throw your aim off and make you miss the scoring area by a few inches or more.

To avoid what is commonly called “slapping” the trigger, you should reset the trigger for each shot. The main reason for using a trigger reset is so you can apply the smoothest follow through when you cycle a trigger on a pistol.

“Too many times shooters pull the trigger and then go to a ready position in the same motion,” Deputy Chris Martin, a firearms instructor with the Pinal County (Ariz.) Sheriffs Office, tells POLICE Magazine. “I tell my students they should do everything to fire another shot except pull the trigger. In other words, if the string of fire calls for three rounds, we should be ready to fire a fourth. If we as instructors can instill that mindset in our students we also avoid those shooters that focus on the target, looking to see where their bullet went.”

Deputy Martin and other modern day firearms instructors are training sworn personnel to discharge their firearms with the smoothest trigger pull and ensure the shortest response time possible to facilitate the firing of follow-up shots when necessary.

When revolvers were widely used in law enforcement, firearms instructors taught sworn personnel to use a technique called “ball and dummy” to deliver accurate shot placement without flinching or reacting negatively to the force of recoil and muzzle blast. The ball-and-dummy technique requires that you load several but not all of the cylinders of your revolver before you close and lock the cylinder. When shooters anticipate recoil and flinch, their hit potential suffers. The point of this exercise is to be surprised when your revolver discharges.

Training with the ball-and-dummy technique helps you to develop the proper trigger control when shooting a revolver. When you train, it’s important to use snappier .38 Special +P and .357 Magnum service ammunition.

The same concept applies to semi-autos. Every time you pull the trigger, focus on your trigger control, on your breathing, your sight alignment and even on the speed in which you cycle the trigger. It’s better to be a tad slow and hit what you are aiming at, rather than be the fastest shot in town and miss the target. Many LEOs will blast away when there’s plenty of time left in each stage of fire during qualification. Firing too quickly can create a bad habit and foster a conditioned response that you may take with you into the field when you’re forced to discharge a firearm during an authorized use of deadly force situation.

A “ready up” drill can be one of the best exercises to help you improve your proficiency with firearms. It works with handguns, patrol rifles, sub-machine guns, select fire tactical rifles and shotguns. To conduct a ready up drill, first load your pistol. Keep it holstered while you face the same target you use when you qualify.

For the drill itself, draw your pistol and fire one round as soon as your front sight covers the scoring area of the target. You can repeat a ready up drill until your firearm is empty at which time you should execute a combat reload and return to firing one shot at a time.

A ready up drill helps you to develop faith in the use of your front sight because you pull the trigger in the split second that your front sight covers the scoring area of a man-size target. When you repeat this process over and over again, you develop confidence in relying on your front sight each and every time you go hot to engage targets.

Ready up drills can be modified to prepare you to meet different types of threats. You should have some fun when you’re training, so don’t be afraid to be innovative, as long as you are safe in your execution. Every time you draw your pistol, fire one more round each time before re-holstering. A modified ready up drill helps you to get away from the typical firing of one or two rounds at a time. In real-life situations, you may be required to fire multiple stings of shots that involve different numbers of bullets.

To train for this situation, draw and fire different numbers of multiple rounds. For those targets that no longer score head shots you can fire strings of different numbers of rounds of ammunition into the chest or pelvic area of a man-size target. The point of this exercise is not to develop one conditioned response every time you draw and fire a handgun. The same goes for patrol rifle and shotgun training.

The beauty of ready up drills is that you can see your progress with every shot fired because these drills should be conducted at fairly close ranges not to exceed 15 or 20 feet when engaging paper targets. Shooting at these distances enables you to see where your bullets are impacting the target so you can adjust your fire accordingly.

As a law enforcement officer, it would be irresponsible to be mediocre shot and not try to improve your firearms proficiency. The time has come for law enforcement agencies to hold sworn personnel more accountable by requiring all LEOs to do more than barely qualify with firearms they carry on and off duty.

source: policemag.com

A division not of states, but of peoples.

Just as the ShieldWall Network does not believe in equality and interchangeability between the races, nor equality within our race, not every place in states which contain seedbed White ethnostates are equally viable for White flight refugees. St. Louis and Little Rock are not good places to make a stand, even though they are in Missouri and Arkansas, respectively. It is southern Missouri and northern Arkansas where Ozarkia lies, and not even every town and county is equal demographically within it. That’s why we encourage those moving here to contact us for information on locales most conducive to accepting White flight refugees first, rather than just showing up or searching for property online.

Arkansas, for example, is two distinct states culturally and demographically, broadly defined as New Afrika in the south and east and Ozarkia in the north and west, a demarcation generally defined by I-30 running diagonally southwest to northeast. Here is a comparative compilation of data on some cities in the state, as instructive models:

The data shows that these 8 cities are currently among the most dangerous in the Natural State for 2018:
Pine Bluff
In Pine Bluff 20.96% of the population is Caucasian.
In Pine Bluff 76.63% of the population is African American.
In Pine Bluff 0.96% of the population is Asian.
Little Rock
In Little Rock 51.01% of the population is Caucasian.
In Little Rock 41.89% of the population is African American.
In Little Rock 2.95% of the population is Asian.
Blytheville
In Blytheville 39.36% of the population is Caucasian.
In Blytheville 59.06% of the population is African American.
In Blytheville 0.22% of the population is Asian.
Forrest City
In Forrest City 28.55% of the population is Caucasian.
In Forrest City 65.40% of the population is African American.
In Forrest City 0.40% of the population is Asian.
West Memphis
In West Memphis 32.84% of the population is Caucasian.
In West Memphis 63.50% of the population is African American.
In West Memphis 0.68% of the population is Asian.
El Dorado
In El Dorado 47.88% of the population is Caucasian.
In El Dorado 49.50% of the population is African American.
In El Dorado 0.64% of the population is Asian.
Hope
In Hope 44.23% of the population is Caucasian.
In Hope 45.09% of the population is African American.
In Hope 0.00% of the population is Asian.
The data shows that these 8 cities are currently among the safest in the Natural State for 2018:
Greenbrier
In Greenbrier 95.14% of the population is Caucasian.
In Greenbrier 1.90% of the population is African American.
In Greenbrier 0.43% of the population is Asian.
Lowell
In Lowell 85.81% of the population is Caucasian.
In Lowell 0.71% of the population is African American.
In Lowell 4.31% of the population is Asian.
Bella Vista
In Bella Vista 95.74% of the population is Caucasian.
In Bella Vista 0.83% of the population is African American.
In Bella Vista 0.82% of the population is Asian.
Greenwood
In Greenwood 96.06% of the population is Caucasian.
In Greenwood 0.06% of the population is African American.
In Greenwood 0.74% of the population is Asian.
Bentonville
In Bentonville 81.62% of the population is Caucasian.
In Bentonville 2.65% of the population is African American.
In Bentonville 10.23% of the population is Asian.
Cabot
In Cabot 92.38% of the population is Caucasian.
In Cabot 1.17% of the population is African American.
In Cabot 1.58% of the population is Asian.
Batesville
In Batesville 87.00% of the population is Caucasian.
In Batesville 3.78% of the population is African American.
In Batesville 2.30% of the population is Asian.
Mountain Home
In Mountain Home 97.04% of the population is Caucasian.
In Mountain Home 0.35% of the population is African American.
In Mountain Home 0.32% of the population is Asian.
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Updated Speakers List for ArkLaTex Regional White Unity Conference!

The Roper Report

Arklatex White Unity Conference

September 29, 2018 – Texarkana TX

The ArkLatex White Unity Conference is a White Nationalist gathering for our people from all across Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. This is a private event and there will not be any media allowed. This will be a good time to meet like-minded folk from all across the Four States. We welcome every heterosexual White Nationalist and all Pro-White organizations to come spend a day of Racial Unity in a safe and secure, family-friendly and fun environment. There will be no uncivil organizational rivalry or drama present.

Guest Speakers

Billy Roper – Shieldwall Network
Brother George – Christian Pastor and Survivalist
Pastor Tim – Imperial Wizard of the United White Knights
Pastor Stout – Christian Nationalist Movement
Brother Luke – Texas State Leader of the League of the South

More to be announced.

The event will start on Saturday morning…

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