Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Call to Arms

Below—excerpts of pages 55-59 of Harold Covington’s The Brigade: a possible future in America once the shit hits the fan in Europe and a sufficient mass of revolutionary whites reaches its explosive proportions. The strategy would be to demonstrate that the United States has no longer a credible monopoly of violence. The tactics are a kind of hybrid anatomy combining the IRA and the Cosa Nostra, two subversive movements of the 20th century. No ellipsis added between unquoted paragraphs:

“Overthrow the United States government with a thousand men?” demanded Washburn in skeptical amazement. “Bullshit!”

“I didn’t say overthrow the United States government,” Morehouse corrected him. “I said effectively terminate federal control and authority in three large Northwestern states, which is not the same thing.”

“How?” asked Ekstrom.

“By hitting the enemy hard and often, in teams or crews of two to five or six people max. Let’s assume an average of five Volunteers per squad or crew. Our thousand effectives will make up two hundred such crews. Imagine each of those crews striking the enemy on an average of once per day, all across the Northwest. Let’s assume an average of a single dead enemy of one kind or another per attack. That’s 100 people per day being killed in one three-state area.”

“That’s if we can find the kind of political soldiers necessary for that kind of warfare,” Hatfield reminded them. “The guys with the cool head and the iron nerve and the ice water in their veins.”

“You got it,” agreed Morehouse with a nod. “But I cannot turn mere white males into white men once again, men that our ancestors would have recognized. We can win this, comrades,” concluded Morehouse decisively. “We can beat the God Almighty United States of America, kick their stinking rotten asses right out of here, and take this land for ourselves and our children. But only if we have the stomach for it.”

There was a long moment of silence.

“Let’s get started, then,” said Hatfield.

“Right,” said Morehouse, filling his pipe again.

“In this room you’ve already got your first Trouble Trio. You’d be amazed how much hell three men can raise in a society this complex, this racially volatile and unstable. Each company needs to be free floating, capable of conducting operations indefinitely on its own, even if it is totally cut off from the rest of the movement. Each company will be part of a larger unit called a brigade. The brigade will be the main operational combat unit of the Northwest Volunteer Army, responsible for taking on ZOG within a roughly defined operational area.”

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