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PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 6:13 am 
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By David Suarez
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So consider the following - if you can, be armed always. Yes...I know. But consider the implications. Of the ten dead civilians in France, how many would have willingly disobeyed unconscionable laws in order to stay alive? If it is difficult, learn to conceal the weapon better. At the very least have a knife with which to stab a terrorist to death.



And stabbing a man to death is an exercise in extreme violence. It is not some strip mall karate school exercise done with high school kids to get in shape. It is violent and sudden and what the body does in its final moments will shock you...maybe, if you haven't gotten your mind right about such matters.



If you look like the King Of Comedy rather than the King Of the Cage, put down the f*cking remote and get your ass in fighting shape. The terrorist coming to kill you has taken his fitness seriously...do you think he is kidding?


If you are armed your life is easier. Resist the temptation to leave the real sized fighting gun at home and go forth with some "civilian friendly metro sexual" pistol. Anyone can carry a full sized fighting pistol with a little fore thought and care in dressing for the weapon.


Consider that a terrorist event like what we saw in France is not the same as a CCW self defense encounter with concerns over legality, disparity of force, or liability. The moment that it is a terrorist event, all other concerns are non-issues. And a man or men with masks and rifles classifies as that.

Learn to shoot accurately at distance. There were guys photographing and videotaping the assassination of the French police officer. A good practiced hand with a proper pistol might have killed one or both of those terrorists at the distance.

There will be no warnings, no posting and challenging, only recognition of threat and escalation of violence...or as I term it, "getting ahead" of the fight by shooting. Learn to shoot faces and necks at room distances. Yes, there is a chance you will be killed by the terrorist...but you will be killed anyway.

And how do you want to look for the Crime Scene photos?

Under a desk hiding with a terrified look on your face and a back full of 7.62x39 rounds, or a smiling corpse on a mountain of brass and dead terrorists? I pray if I am given that choice I will be the guy in the second image. But....but, you might not be either one. You might survive and win if you are decisive enough, accurate enough, and violent enough. Let us all be those things.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2015 3:43 pm 
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MISTER LONE WOLF JIHADIST,
MEET MISTER LONE WOLF COUNTER TERRORIST
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The terror events of the past year - in the western world - have showcased several points. Among them are these:



1). The fact that while the authorities are very good (for the most part) at thwarting organized, foreign-sponsored groups of terrorists, their ability to prevent a self-motivated jihadist is severely lacking. It is severely lacking and shall continue to be thus while we enjoy a relatively free society. Moreover, I doubt any readers would want to trade freedom for complete safety...or actually, the illusion of safety.



2). The fact that legislation and referendums and executive actions have no effect on those who have decided to become terrorists, since it is endemic of that particular group to flaunt any laws outside their own. Witness that France (and Canada), with some of the most restrictive gun laws on the planet, could not prevent a small marginally skilled group of Islamic Terrorists from killing nearly twenty people with extremely prohibited Kalashnikov Rifles.



3). The fact that as noble, self-less and courageous as the responding units may be, they are by nature a reactive force, and not a preventive force. They always have, and will inevitably always will, arrive too late...and after the fact.



The foregoing points are irrefutable by anyone that has followed the history of these events. The mere fact that the leaders of the free world refuse to actually name the enemy, labeling them as "radicalized", or "extremists", is indicative that the slaughter of innocents and non-combatants will continue until, ostensibly, we all submit, or die.



One columnist I read recently pondered assigning a counter terrorist operator to each likely target, but that is as unlikely as it would be ineffective. There is one other possibility. A possibility that frightens the authorities and the leaders whose vocabulary does not include the words "Islamic Terrorist".


Enter the "Lone Wolf Counter Terrorist".

At every terror event, whether motivated by insane religions, or simply a lack of fastidious medication, there have been plenty of everyday "people". And I suspect there have been a few there whose initial reaction was not to cower and to shrink from the face of evil. I suspect their initial reaction was anger. Yet unarmed by their observance of social norms, they were without the effective means to act on their natural fighter's inclinations. And they were forced by decree, into victimhood.

But dangerous times (such as those we live in today, exemplified most recently by France), call for dangerous measures. Normally those measures should be taken by those who govern, but, well...let's not waste our time with that dead end.

I call for every man and woman that has been outraged by the events at Charlie Hebdo in Paris to take steps to be their own rescuer...their own counter terrorist. The skill of these self-motivated killers is not as high as the uninformed commentators on CNN would have us think. Are they practiced? Certainly, but they are not invulnerable. Witness how many photographs have been taken, not only of the Paris Terrorists, but of all terrorists and active shooters. A photograph is the same as a bullet...and those shots would not have been difficult to make.


I call for every capable man and woman in the west to arm themselves and carry weapons with them every single place they go where a Lone Wolf-Home Grown - Islamic Terrorist may strike. If you simply cannot obtain a firearm...at least get a knife. Sure it may be against regulations, but do you think the dead in Paris might have traded getting into trouble over getting killed for drawing a cartoon?


I challenge every man and woman who rails at the thought of hiding under a desk while a mad man roams freely, killing with an already illegal rifle, to train themselves to a level of skill suitable for killing that terrorist...for killing him with a knife from behind, or for shooting him right in his open mouth as he spews his first announcement of who he is and why he is there.



I challenge every citizen of every western nation who said, "Enough!", or "I Am Charlie", to get off the couch and train. To become physically fit in strength and agility. To develop marksmanship skills. To develop the will and the aggression necessary to affect change in the opening moments of a planned mass slaughter. To develop the mind set and attitude to kill the terrorist, unannounced, from behind, from the darkness, from the most unexpected sector, and thereby saving his intended victims.


Only when this becomes the norm, when images of a dead terrorist flash across Facebook and Twitter...with a tight group of pistol bullets in his face, fired by a common man or woman who decided to not die quietly that day - rather than a police officer executed on the sidewalk...will the tide begin to change. Do not fear the terrorist...the terrorist must learn to fear you.

Rather than "I am Charlie", let the unifying cry be - TODAY - EVERY MAN IS A COUNTER TERRORIST

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