The essay below by Seneca III is the latest in the “End Times of Albion” series. Previously: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, and Part 6A.
Organising for the Present: Planning, Preparation and Execution
The End Times of Albion, Part 6B
by Seneca III
Just over a year short of the Bicentenary of the Peterloo Massacre, we now stand on the lip of a similar abyss. Little in the political stratosphere changes, and rarely for the better. Power is both a mind-altering drug and an aphrodisiac.
The lives and circumstances of us working- and middle-class peasants mean nothing to the entitled power class and their beneficiary drones, despite their protestations to the contrary, and we must not walk naked and unsuspecting into that same trap as did our ancestors. In the days, weeks, months and years now ahead of us we must go carefully, with good planning, strong mutual support and stout hearts — or don’t go at all if unprepared and full of fear, because such places will be no place for you, and you will become a burden on others.
This time of crisis is no longer just about the hasty, Westminster-ordained trial and incarceration of Tommy Robinson and his potential extra-judicial execution. Nor is it about the protected Muslim rape gangs in a singular sense. It is about the whole of the growing Islamic occupation of our Homeland and, who will determine our long-term fate — they and their enablers and protectors, or we, the native peoples.
Those who rule over us have long planned this coming mayhem; their intent is to pluck absolute power from out of the world of chaos that they are creating, and this nightmarish New World Order dream consumes their every waking hour. They are bereft of any love of country or for its now benighted original native inhabitants. They are beyond contempt and impervious to change, and must be neutralized along with their feral foot soldiers.
There will be no ‘Gandhi’ solution here. Believe not what they say, for their hearts are full of treachery. Their intent is to ascend above us all as if a bright shining Phoenix at the apex of its power and seat themselves comfortably there forever.
Thus, we are all Tommy now, and must look to ourselves and our actions as a free people determined to remain so just as much as we are determined to demand his safety before the eyes of the world.
I hope the following will be of help to all of you who decide to undertake this dangerous but necessary journey, first to those hopefully peaceful protests which I hear are planned for June 23rd and July 14th, and then in our coming battles for survival as a culture, a people and an ethnicity.
There will be many more events, perhaps even outright physical confrontation, because the Genie is out of the Lamp and a sleeping giant is awakening.
We must seize a safe future for our children, a future that is one without chains.
Rules for Resistors: Phase One — Peaceful Protests
Unity is strength. Only in unity will success be found. Join and work together so that out of many you become one: “When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.” — Edmund Burke
Rule 1. Never walk alone in thought or deed, in private or in public, or you will be picked off one at a time. Do not give them any pretext to set upon you; they will invent one if they can, but if you don’t give them one the world will see theirs for what it is.
Rule 2. The success of any great movement is solely dependent on the depth and quality of the planning supporting it and the competence of those who lead it. Undirected anger and raw courage in the face of an incumbent tyranny are not enough; at a given point in time they must be channeled to where they will be most effective or held in reserve when no worthwhile purpose will be served.
Rule 3. All plans must be focused on achieving a specific, clearly defined objective. That objective must be simple and easily understood by all. Time spent on reconnaissance is never wasted, and neither is forward thinking.
Rule 4. Leadership must be appointed according to merit and ability. Leadership is not the province of the noisiest or the self-serving, but of those pragmatists of quiet, unshakable conviction who seek nothing for themselves.
Rule 5. Know your enemy; do not waste time denigrating him, nor should you underestimate his ability and strengths — he has his sinecures and livelihoods to sustain, and will do so ruthlessly.
Rule 6. Know yourselves. Do not overestimate your strength and determination; these can be variables depending upon personal circumstance and pressing needs.
Rule 7. When executing a plan, ensure that all are fully aware of any contingency plans therein, and are prepared to change course accordingly. Plan to your strengths and conceal your weaknesses.
Rule 8. Responsibility for command and control should be delegated and localised where possible, and especially when communications are poor or non-existent.
Rule 9. Ensure that all openly active sub-groups are equipped with necessities such as water and first aid equipment, internal communications etc. Leave no one lying injured and alone on the field. Plan for a hasty exit if outgunned… live to fight another day.
Rule 10. Carefully test your systems and procedures. Train and test yourselves quietly and out of sight. Test the ground, observe the enemy’s reactions, circumvent them and make them play on your ball park according to your rules, not you on theirs. Frequently change ball parks at the last minute by prearranged code once they have deployed their forces.
Rule 11. Stay alert for traitors and agents provocateurs, particularly the latter. Work together both on a national level and in local areas. By popping up then disappearing again once they have deployed against you, you will stretch their resources and tire them. Monitor their movements and give adequate warning to your own forces. Break up, scatter and reassemble elsewhere when necessary. Lay false trails.