Tactics of Revolution: The Revolutionary War

To continue on with the ever-continuing series of going into the past to rip out what we can take into the future, we will be looking into our own American history, specifically that of the Revolutionary War and the tactics of the Sons of Liberty organization and more, and how it is relevant to us today.

While it is obvious that people like us despise the American Revolution, from its liberal enlightenment ideology to the fact that it was funded by jews like Haym Salomon, we can still learn from the tactics that ultimately led to the Founding Fathers’ success. So let us begin.

The Patriot Terror:

Despite what is taught in American history classes in schools and general societal thoughts about the American Revolution, the Founding Fathers were not these “peaceful men who went against the British gun for gun and won through brilliant strategy!” and the “Patriot Movement” today that idolizes the founding fathers only promotes this lie further. The reality is that the Founding Fathers were men who relied heavily on terrorist tactics. This isn’t criticizing the tactics, obviously, but simply stating the facts here.

Just as going gun for gun against the US military would be stupid today, going gun for gun against the British military was equally stupid back then, especially early on when the US military was nothing more than ragtag militias made up mostly of rural farmers. Instead, especially early on in the days of the American Revolution, terror and incitement were used to weaken the British authority over the thirteen colonies while keeping in mind that most colonists at the time supported British rule. So many things were meant to scare those in support of the British into silence and compliance.

A popular tactic for example was taking British government officials in public and having a revolutionary mob tear their clothes off then dump hot tar onto them causing massive pain and scarring then coating them with feathers which on top of being humiliating is also meant so that the ends of the feathers dig into the skin of the victim causing even more pain and agony. In some cases, the mobs would grab the victim and pour hot, boiling tea down their throats while they were already screaming in pain.

To put the cherry on top, the mob then put the victim on a giant log and paraded their screaming body around town to show everyone else what happens when you side with the British. Causing many to either quit their government jobs or just keep their mouths shut and not aid the British in any way. Watch the video below for a dramatization of the tarring and feathering of a British taxman:

Obviously, it is not the most pleasant of treatments to receive. It worked and was a successful tactic. Loyalists kept their mouths shut and let the American Revolutionaries do as they pleased, and many avoided many government positions, especially that of tax collector for the Crown in the colonies, which did much harm to the authority of the British there.

Revolutionary Agitation:

Besides terrorizing government officials and terrorizing loyalists in the colonies, agitation was also key to the revolutionary strategy. Mostly through means of propaganda meant to stir up sectors of the public into riots and lynch mobs. Causing the British military to deal with angry mobs, which resulted in deaths, which resulted in more mobs and riots. So on and so forth.

Most famously, that of the Boston Massacre was used, which wasn’t even a massacre. Only a couple people died, and the crowd was literally attacking the British soldiers there. However, that was irrelevant since the American Revolutionaries used it to their advantage by stirring up outrage and overstating the severity. It caused mass anger and protests, and many called for blood over it.

In SIEGE, this is also brought up as well. Specifically in the passage in it titled “Removing All Options” it is outlined how incitement of riots, while of course we’re not telling anyone to do that since it is a federal crime, is a revolutionary’s best friend. Since it causes system pigs to waste untold amounts of resources dealing with unruly crowds, mass damage to important infrastructure by the mob, and more. Such a tactic isn’t new. It’s been around for centuries. Angry mobs, especially when they are mostly rabid niggers, are far more destructive than any explosion or attack.

The Founders Were Economic Terrorists:

The Founding Fathers, besides relying on regular physical and psychological terror, also relied heavily on targeting the British government’s wallet in the colonies. The most famous being the Boston Tea Party incident, in which the Sons of Liberty raided Boston Harbor and threw 340 crates of tea shipments into Boston Harbor, causing around $1 million in damage in today’s money and destroying the colonies’ entire tea supply.

Tea being an important source of caffeine for many colonists, which of course, as many may be aware, takes away some lemmings’ caffeine supply and makes them more prone to going apeshit, besides doing heavy damage to the British government’s wallet, now makes many colonists more prone to snapping and being more prone to violence as they go through caffeine withdrawal. So it was a two-fold attack.

Imagine if today’s major ports in the United States went through something similar. That being ports such as the Port of Long Beach in California, which imports nearly all of the Asian-made garbage, mostly from China, that floods the United States today and has destroyed entire areas of the interior of the US economically. Combine that with the Port of New Orleans, which sees the export of American-grown food that the non-White third world in places like Africa, South Asia, and Latin America depend on and that was grown on stolen farmland owned by kikes.

It’d be in the trillions for the US government’s wallet. Not even mentioning all the garbage that flows in from the Mexican border checkpoints, certain airports, and more. Imagine all of that being destroyed. It’d be incalculable in how much damage to the US Government wallet that would cause. Of course, to reiterate, I’m not telling anyone to do anything. This is strictly just an example for informational purposes only. A simple history lesson by bringing up historical events of our past and bringing up what those would be like in today’s world.

In Conclusion:

To conclude, we should all learn from revolutions in history, including those we don’t agree with politically. While we should not depend on the past, we should still study it and take what’s valuable from it and use it to our own advantage. History itself is just a series of lessons, all valuable and filled with important knowledge.

We must learn from the past in order for us to win in the future. Always keep that in mind. 

Hail Victory!