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Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.2
« on: February 02, 2006, 06:32:00 PM »
Leaderless Resistance - the IED to the NWO
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A big thank you to "bluegrass", "NOLAJBS" and a "Guest", who helped with their valuable critiques, insights and suggestions.

The following is a short description of the basic logic behind the idea of "Leaderless Resistance" - according to my view. Being short, it obviously lacks detail, but then, that is in large part the beauty of the concept. Each individual can easily tailor a unique approach, while pursuing a common goal. Since we don't need to sell a lie, it is not necessary to have a 'dear leader' specifying uniform talking points and/or actions.

Once familiar with LR, we can get acquainted with WOC (Withdrawal Of Consent), LR's natural, and equally fascinating mate - the one providing the punch.


What we know - because it stares us in the face:

1) The most hopelessly confused nations today have endless organizations, organisms and committees on a 'community' level, not to mention the all permeating political apparatus.

2) All these structures are either created or soon infiltrated and/or subverted by a species of virtual clones, who's main talent (usually the only talent) is to twist words into intricate pretzels. Intriguing to look at but unsafe to ingest.

3) These verbal 'virtuosi' are backed by unlimited financial resources. Their masters - not what masquerades as our governments - create the stuff out of thin air - as needed.

4) Our so called governments have been turned into simple enforcer pretzels by and for the same masters. If you don't think the communitarian groupthink, you are unelectable - even for dog catcher.

5) Community as an organic structure has virtually ceased to exist. The only time we see our neighbors is at highly manipulated 'community' events, over the obligatory, precisely specified fence - or in court.

etc.



Losing strategies - playing their game:

1) Waste valuable energy in building formal organizations. In no time the organization will be a pretzel. (see above)

2) Waste valuable energy in trying to battle verbal pretzels. It will only get you exhausted and frustrated. Even if you conclusively prove a point, you'll find that you have to start all over again in the morning.

2) Hitch on to anointed 'leaders', because that obviously implies an organization.1

3) Take a gun and run up the steps of the Capitol (unless a million others just happen to be in the same neighborhood, and are similarly inclined).
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Leaderless Resistance = asymmetric warfare:

1) Relax. As the saying goes: "Rome wasn't built in one day". We are talking about a totally paranoid tyrannical borg, who's depending largely on blowing smoke, with a head start of centuries (give or take a few millennia : ).

2) Relax, have a coffee and think about the 'genius' of the scams. You'll soon realize, that any two bit scumbucket could dream them up, were he so inclined (ever been to a board meeting?)

3) Relax, have a cigar (best make it Cuban to avoid paying tribute/taxes), and find ways to express in simple terms the convoluted word salad, used by the 'chosen' experts to describe the act of stealing the shirt of your back (we all heard the senator say: "It's sooo complicated EVEN I don't understand it, but proudly voted for it).

4) Relax, and make it an entertainment to spot the stuff between the lines, and the direction of the overall context (I'm working on a guide to parse words for fun and 'profit'). If you have to engage the opposition, learn how to speak over their head, directly to the gallery. It's easy and very effective. In fact, it's likely the only thing worth learning from them without becoming them.

5) Relax, we are getting to the stunning concept part. Use what comes out of point 3, 4 and your own creativity, on every occasion that presents itself - including, but not limited to Internet forums. Do not over exert yourself (produces errors) and stick with what you know, be confident in your knowledge and always, always be brutally honest.2,5,6

6) Withdraw consent, and encourage others to do the same whenever possible. As mentioned at the start, that concept requires a major discussion in itself.


LR works, because:

Millions of unique approaches towards a common goal cannot be infiltrated nor can they all be subverted. Trying to do so will tire out and deflate the enemy in relatively short order. That is really all we need to accomplish. Leave the murderous hatred to those who do it naturally - it stifles creativity, is exhausting and makes us bitter and hard to get along with, when we most need to get along.

We have to understand, that our adversaries are truly convinced of our inferiority. To them, getting up in the morning for anything other than power, money, status and control (over others), is incomprehensible. Just as with their obsession with 'dear leaders', we have countless ways of turning that pathology to our advantage. Their self-assurance is about as solid as the smoke they blow.3

With this approach, we can discuss background details all day long (obviously not names, places and dates), without leaving the adversary any wiser. In the contrary, it will drive them beyond just being nuts...
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Footnotes: )

1. Leaderless, does not preclude role models, focal points or wells of wisdom, but without the cultish crap. If you study historical accounts of successful liberation actions, you will find that the action started broadly, long before the emergence of what would become the official legend in the subsequent accounts. We must not forget, that 'dear leaders' are often designated by our tribalistic adversaries, simply because they cannot function without a figurehead. Witness the consternation, when the Resistance in Iraq did not dissipate after the elimination of Saddam. That limit of cognizance is one of their great weaknesses.

2. Reclaiming some organic sense of community, by talking to your neighbor, friend, acquaintance or coworker/business partners at their level. This is by no means meant in a condescending way. For the most part, I don't subscribe to the "hopeless sheep" idea. I bet most (all?) of us at some point would have fit that description. Your fellow men may be overwhelmed with trying to build a family and a career at the same time. Talking to them about the Protocols is a losing proposition. But, pointing out that disintegration of infrastructure (potholes) grows in a direct relationship to the size of taxes, may just get you going. Not mixing business and politics is bull, the other side does nothing but. It's just a bit more delicate at first.

3. Grimm Brothers, Rumpelstiltzchen. 1812-1815. This classic 'fable' gives a great perspective. Yes, it's for kids (what a great disguise), but big kids can readily see the clarity of analysis, the vulnerabilities and the ultimate outcome.

4. On August 1-2, 1946, some Americans, brutalized by their county government, used armed force as a last resort to overturn it. These Americans wanted honest open elections. For years they had asked for state or federal election monitors to prevent vote fraud (forged ballots, secret ballot counts and intimidation by armed sheriff's deputies) by the local political boss. They got no help. More Suggested by NOLAJBS

5. A practical, contemporary example of a bunch of individuals going off in unpredictable directions (chaos) to end up exposing the nasty 'rendition' flights and the European 'democracies' (and others) who helped along.

6. This thread provides a good example of what one person with a message and an attitude can do on forums anywhere. The ensuing discussion expands on the concept of unique, individual approaches, and demonstrates its efficacy.

7. A citizen from Louisiana writes a letter to his Senators and Representative regarding Obama's proof of US citizenship.

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This is meant to be a living document. To thrive, it will depend on your comments and suggestions. From time to time, I will make updates, incorporating relevant comments and suggestions, using mainly the footnote system, with proper credit to the author(s). Version number changes in the title will signal updates. If you feel the text is useful, feel free to post it on other discussion forums, just put a link to nolajbs.net, so that everyone can participate in its evolution.
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.0
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2006, 07:21:19 PM »
Thank you Proemio.

According to Simson L. Garfinkel, which I did not know until a moment ago, 'Leaderless Resistance' is believed to be a strategy in which small groups (cells) and individuals fight an entrenched power through independent acts of violence and mayhem [more].  :o

It should be stated here (or in the final version) that 'violence' is and should always be absent from this strategy in our individual and independent actions. It seems that false opposition apparatuses of the elite have already claimed and perverted 'Leaderless Resistance,' which hints that the strategy is effective.  ;)
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.0
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2006, 08:10:22 PM »
According to Simson L. Garfinkel, which I did not know until a moment ago, 'Leaderless Resistance' is believed to be a strategy in which small groups (cells) and individuals fight an entrenched power through independent acts of violence and mayhem
The above description fails the words by specifying/prescribing/limiting the supposedly leaderless acts.

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... "Leaderless Resistance" - according to my view
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Leave the murderous hatred to those who do it naturally...
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Losing strategy -
3) Take a gun and run up the steps of the Capitol (unless a million others just happen to be in the same neighborhood, and are similarly inclined).

However, I would never categorically rule out all acts of violent resistance. It is an individual decision, and a question of context and opportunity. And, it would be contradictory, to make any particular action part of, or excluded, from a concept that promotes individual action and personal responsibility.

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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.0
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2006, 08:37:07 PM »
... "Leaderless Resistance" - according to my view
Good thing it's there.  ;)

However, I would never categorically rule out all acts of violent resistance. It is an individual decision, and a question of context and opportunity. And, it would be contradictory, to make any particular action part of, or excluded, from a concept that promotes individual action and personal responsibility.
"... Each individual can easily tailor a unique approach, while pursuing a common goal."
I think what Garfinkel meant by "independent acts of violence and mayhem" was to link it to terrorism - not 'terrorism' as in revolt/liberation (The Founding Fathers), but 'terrorism' as in terrorism/suicide bombers/hijacked planes/Al Qaeda (etc.) created by those in power to stay in power. If this is true, it certainly defeats the purpose of the intent that is outlined in the context of a leaderless resistance.

3) Take a gun and run up the steps of the Capitol (unless a million others just happen to be in the same neighborhood, and are similarly inclined).
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.0
« Reply #4 on: February 03, 2006, 05:25:14 AM »
3) Take a gun and run up the steps of the Capitol (unless a million others just happen to be in the same neighborhood, and are similarly inclined).
That's a great example for an additional "footnote" in precisely that spot. Someone please write a synopsis...

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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.0
« Reply #5 on: February 03, 2006, 05:50:51 AM »
Synopsis (from first paragraph) :
On August 1-2, 1946, some Americans, brutalized by their county government, used armed force as a last resort to overturn it. These Americans wanted honest open elections. For years they had asked for state or federal election monitors to prevent vote fraud (forged ballots, secret ballot counts and intimidation by armed sheriff's deputies) by the local political boss. They got no help.
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.0
« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2006, 07:21:56 AM »
Synopsis (from first paragraph) :
On August 1-2, 1946, some Americans, brutalized by their county government, used armed force as a last resort to overturn it. These Americans wanted honest open elections. For years they had asked for state or federal election monitors to prevent vote fraud (forged ballots, secret ballot counts and intimidation by armed sheriff's deputies) by the local political boss. They got no help.
It is added as a footnote (4).
Reading the complete story, suggests that the action was successful precisely because it was informal and spontaneous. We can easily imagine forming a committee, (s)electing a leader and debate scenarios. They would still be talking today.
The story has relevance to more than just the point footnoted. Looks like the PTB never heard it coming...

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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #7 on: February 19, 2006, 08:39:40 PM »
I truly believe this is the direction we're headed to.

Anyone sticking his head above ground will only get it chopped off by the powers that be. Quiet dissent is the only direction that makes sense at this time.
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #8 on: February 21, 2006, 12:18:19 AM »
One of the main advantages to this is that the FBI (primarily) is so good at infiltrating organizations and furthermore using plants to incite violence and thus give the Feds reason to step in and make arrests and collect vital intelligence on those they didn't get that time.


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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #9 on: February 21, 2006, 12:35:48 AM »
Interesting post nolajbs. My take is a little different. I think we should try some type of patriot style think-tank with university graduates as candidates for congress in their respective areas. Starting off with a few different websites or emailings to get the members rolling in each area of the u.s. Everything would still have to be grassroots unless we could catch the eye of a few patriotic celebs to donate to various people's campaigns.

Getting 10-20 seats in congress could do a lot to stop insane laws. I think people truly want patriots at this time, it is a matter of letting the people be aware of such a candidate.   
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #10 on: February 21, 2006, 05:48:36 AM »
This is the original monograph by a much earlier author.  If your're interested.

"Leaderless Resistance"
An Essay by L. R. Beam

The concept of leaderless resistance was proposed by Col. Ulius Louis Amoss, who was the founder of International Service of Information Incorporated, located in Baltimore, Maryland. Col. Amoss died more than 15 years ago, but during his life he was a tireless opponent of Communism, as well as a skilled intelligence officer.

Col. Amoss first wrote of leaderless resistance on April 17, 1962. His theories of organization were primarily directed against the threat of eventual Communist takeover in the United States. The present writer, with the benefit of having lived many years beyond Col. Amoss, has taken his theories and expounded on them.

Col. Amoss feared the Communists. This author fears the federal government. Communism now represents a threat to no one in the United States, while federal tyranny represents a threat to EVERYONE. The writer has joyfully lived long enough to see the dying breaths of Communism, but may unhappily remain long enough to see the last dying gasps of freedom in America.

In the hope that, somehow, America can still produce the brave sons and daughters necessary to fight off ever-increasing persecution and oppression, this essay is offered. Frankly, it is too close to call at this point. Those who love liberty, and believe in freedom enough to fight for it, are rare today; but within the bosom of every once great nation, there remains secreted the pearls of former greatness.

They are there. I have looked into their sparkling eyes; sharing a brief moment in time with them as I passed through this life. Relished their friendship, endured their pain, and they mine. We are a band of brothers native to the soil, gaining strength one from another as we have rushed headlong into battle that all the weaker, timid men say we can not win. Perhaps not... but then again, perhaps we can. It's not over till the last freedom fighter is buried or imprisoned, or the same happens to those who would destroy their liberty.

Barring any cataclysmic events, the struggle will yet go on for years. The passage of time will make it clear to even the more slow among us that the government is the foremost threat to the life and liberty of the folk. The government will no doubt make today's oppressiveness look like grade school work compared to what they have planned in the future. Meanwhile, there are those of us who continue to hope that somehow the few can do what the many have not.

We are cognizant that before things get better they will certainly get worse as government shows a willingness to use ever more severe police state measures against dissidents. This changing situation makes it clear that those who oppose state repression must be prepared to alter, adapt, and modify their behavior, strategy, and tactics as circumstances warrant. Failure to consider new methods and implement them as necessary will make the government's efforts at suppression uncomplicated. It is the duty of every patriot to make the tyrant's life miserable. When one fails to do so he not only fails himself, but his people.

With this in mind, current methods of resistance to tyranny employed by those who love our race, culture, and heritage must pass a litmus test of soundness. Methods must be objectively measured as to their effectiveness, as well as to whether they make the government's intention of repression more possible or more difficult. Those not working to aid our objectives must be discarded, or the government benefits from our failure to do so.

As honest men who have banded together into groups or associations of a political or religious nature are falsely labeled "domestic terrorists" or "cultists" and suppressed, it will become necessary to consider other methods of organization, or as the case may very well call for: non- organization.

One should keep in mind that it is not in the government's interest to eliminate all groups. Some few must remain in order to perpetuate the smoke and mirrors for the masses that America is a "free democratic country" where dissent is allowed. Most organizations, however, that possess the potential for effective resistance will not be allowed to continue. Anyone who is so naive as to believe the most powerful government on earth will not crush any who pose a real threat to that power, should not be active, but rather at home studying political history.

The question as to who is to be left alone and who is not, will be answered by how groups and individuals deal with several factors such as: avoidance of conspiracy plots, rejection of feebleminded malcontents, insistence upon quality of the participants, avoidance of all contact with the front men for the federals - the news media - and, finally, camouflage (which can be defined as the ability to blend in the public's eye the more committed groups of resistance with mainstream "kosher" associations that are generally seen as harmless).

Primarily though, whether any organization is allowed to continue in the future will be a matter of how big a threat a group represents. Not a threat in terms of armed might or political ability, for there is none of either for the present, but rather, threat in terms of potentiality. It is potential the federals fear most. Whether that potential exists in an individual or group is incidental. The federals measure potential threat in terms of what might happen given a situation conducive to action on the part of a resistive organization or individual. Accurate intelligence gathering allows them to assess the potential. Showing one's hand before the bets are made is a sure way to lose.

The movement for freedom is rapidly approaching the point where, for many people, the option of belonging to a group will be non-existent. For others, group membership will be a viable option for only the immediate future. Eventually, and perhaps much sooner than most believe possible, the price paid for membership will exceed any perceived benefit. But for now, some of the groups that do exist often serve a useful purpose either for the newcomer who can be indoctrinated into the ideology of the struggle, or for generating positive propaganda to reach potential freedom fighters. It is sure that, for the most part, this struggle is rapidly becoming a matter of individual action, each of its participants making a private decision in the quietness of his heart to resist: to resist by any means necessary.

It is hard to know what others will do, for no man truly knows another man's heart. It is enough to know what one himself will do. A great teacher once said "know thyself." Few men really do, but let each of us promise ourselves not to go quietly to the fate our would-be masters have planned.

The concept of leaderless resistance is nothing less than a fundamental departure in theories of organization. The orthodox scheme of organization is diagrammatically represented by the pyramid, with the mass at the bottom and the leader at the top. This fundamental of organization is to be seen not only in armies, which are, of course, the best illustration of the pyramid structure, with the mass of soldiery (the privates) at the bottom responsible to corporals; who are in turn responsible to sergeants, and so on up the entire chain of command to the generals at the top. But the same structure is seen in corporations, ladies' garden clubs, and in our political system itself. This orthodox "pyramid" scheme of organization is to be seen basically in all existing political, social, and religious structures in the world today, from the Federal government to the Roman Catholic Church.

The Constitution of the United States, in the wisdom of the Founders, tried to sublimate the essential dictatorial nature pyramidal organization by dividing authority into three: executive, legislative, and judicial. But the pyramid remains essentially untouched.

This scheme of organization, the pyramid, is not only useless, but extremely dangerous for the participants when it is utilized in a resistance movement against state tyranny. Especially is this so in technologically advanced societies where electronic surveillance can often penetrate the structure, thus revealing its chain of command. Experience has revealed over and over again that anti-state political organizations utilizing this method of command and control are easy prey for government infiltration, entrapment, and destruction of the personnel involved. This has been seen repeatedly in the United States where pro-government infiltrators or agent provocateurs weasel their way into patriotic groups and destroy them from within.

In the pyramid form of organization, an infiltrator can destroy anything which is beneath his level of infiltration, and often those above him as well. If the traitor has infiltrated at the top, then the entire organization from the top down is compromised and may be traduced at will.

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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #11 on: February 21, 2006, 06:18:03 PM »
This is the original monograph by a much earlier author.  If you're interested.
Of course, thanks.
Aside from the reference to Col. Amoss, 1962, I can't find a date for the essay itself, but that does not matter. It's another way of saying essentially the same thing - the more the better. I would go a step further and call it a universal principle, rather than an 'invention' of any one person. Tyrannies have been deconstructed throughout history - surely, ever since the first asshole made himself a tyrant, for tyrant implies a secret apparatus of spies and agents. For the sake of history books, and the wannabe tyrants who commission them, liberation events are then condensed to one or a few 'hero's'. It makes the stories more magical, one the one hand, but more importantly, it hides the very idea of the only method that has always been successful.

What I attempted, is put it together in a short, easily digestable proof of concept, using a logical sequence of statements, describing observable realities.

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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #12 on: February 21, 2006, 06:37:19 PM »
Absolutely. 

Didja notice the sister article by Beam, "Revolutionary Majorities" over there at Yggdrasil's Library?  It's even better. 

Most of the stuff there was done by Yggdrasil himself.  He is kind of a legend in the white nationalist movement, but his intellectual reach extends far beyond it.  Professor at some eastern college.

Enjoy.
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #13 on: February 24, 2006, 12:21:31 AM »
LR never works. You got to use phasers. Photon torpedoes. Beam a security detail down. What you pussies are blabbering about is "poppycock", so you get a big image.
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« Reply #14 on: February 24, 2006, 05:34:17 AM »
So plastic toys are the answer?

Hmmm.
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2006, 05:19:43 PM »
LR never works. You got to use phasers. Photon torpedoes. Beam a security detail down. What you pussies are blabbering about is "poppycock", so you get a big image.

Nice - talking about pussies...
Those with the shiny toys will come in towards the end and claim credit, when all the hard (and fun) stuff is already history.
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« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2006, 08:39:41 PM »
in fact here they are, the minutemen!!

Not exactly stardate 2006, more like Stardate 1776 or in the case of Col. Amoss who first wrote of Leaderless Resistance on April 17, 1962.



Interesting article from Beam..thanks!!
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #17 on: February 25, 2006, 10:26:02 PM »
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It should be stated here (or in the final version) that 'violence' is and should always be absent from this strategy in our individual and independent actions.
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« Reply #18 on: February 26, 2006, 08:39:36 AM »
If enough non-violent disruption of the master plan happens now, there might be LESS violence in the future.  But no way it won't come to that.  We are still an armed populace.  We will not bend over without SOME fight.

At least I tell myself that.
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Re: Leaderless Resistance - the concept - v1.1
« Reply #19 on: February 26, 2006, 09:42:01 AM »


  "relax...withdraw consent"

  excellent post.  great idea.  have been trying to work on the first part for a long time.