TOWR: Decentralized Cell Operations – Can We Learn From Criminals?



BTW, in the eyes of both the stupefied-vidiot crowd and the Elites, you and your family/associates are already felons – at best.

Don’t be naive.

It can and will get you killed unnecessarily.

Nothing personal.

It’s only business.

23 responses to “TOWR: Decentralized Cell Operations – Can We Learn From Criminals?

  1. Jimmy the Saint

    Being on good terms with the local populace is critical for organized crime. You can prey on them, but you also have to provide them with stuff they want/need. For example, the Mafia extorted the Italian community, but also provided loans (at brutal interest rates, but still…), jobs, entertainment (clubs, gambling, whores), and cheap goods (stolen stuff sold at a steep discount). The James-Younger Gang hit targets that paid them well, but also were despised by the locals (railroads and banks) and spread the money around.

  2. When a criminal syndicate or cartel becomes sufficiently entwined with the apparatus of control in a country and able to manipulate it covertly and/or without consequences, then it can run that country.

    • Steve Kristmann

      You’ve just given the textbook definition of “gov/authority”.

      Yours In Liberty!
      NorthGunner III

  3. Total Wisdom, this……Al Qaeda only gets stronger as we kill their “leaders” and it becomes more and more decentralized….

  4. Bucephalus

    Resist the Urge to Converge

    Think outside the box but don’t color outside of the lines.

  5. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on MCS.

  6. Can We Learn From Criminals?

    Why sure we can. Just read the daily news. If the americans are to ever regain their liberty, they must do as the criminals do…

    FUCKING PIGS. May they all rot in Hell along with their immediate families. Locate the parents of these bastards and mete out justice to them too. It’s the only way to make sure their kind never walk the planet again.

    • outlawpatriot

      Particularly egregious that one is. :-/

      • What was your MOS op?

        In the Army, there are but 2 MOS’s.




        You were a g’damn R.E.M.F

        Rear. Echelon. Mother. Fucker.

        Face it. You could never hack being a combat soldier in real life, but you always wanted to be. You never had what it took to be a real soldier.

        Fart. Burp.

        • outlawpatriot

          11 Support. One of the 9 in the 9:1 ratio at the time. Scored really high on all their tests. The US Army in all its wisdom knows who to put in charge to run things.

          Does that mean we’re not friends anymore? I don’t think I could bear it if we weren’t.

          I suppose you hooking me up with your sister is out of the question now, huh?


          • “The US Army in all its wisdom knows who to put in charge to run things.”


            When I tell someone I was in the Army, at least I fit their image of a “fighting man”. You? NOT SO MUCH….. Fucking REMF.


  7. “A cell of 4-5….”. Oddly enough done right, that describes a family unit. Rinse, repeat.

  8. Mike Bishop

    Elites? That term for Parasitic Overlord class needs to go into the memetic waste bin.

    Ain’t nothin’ “l33t” about this:

    Parasites. Sucking the face of free humanity.

  9. ‘The Moon is a Harsh Mistress’ lays out a pretty good cell system. It should be on everyone’s reading list anyway.

  10. Shotguns were allowed by the locals in Italy post WWII, even by the Allies. Ah the simpler times when escorting a VIP with a pair of scatterguns was a non event.

    It was the car bomb that killed his new wife that changed the dynamic.

    Nothing Personal.

    Those of us who know, would be wise to remember.

  11. Mentioned in the article is Grugq. His @medium blog ( and the blog on his github ( are both excellent reading.

  12. Started riding with the East Coast Motorcycle Federation[ECMF] in 1970. Head guy , got busted living next door to the church.
    Machine gun ,Ma Deuce. Bazooka. All kinds of shit.
    ” Criminals!” they said. Criminal is a very subjective term. In the eyes of the beholder. To me, Dave was cool. I built models with him.
    Know your local,criminals. For many different reasons.
    Common sense dictates that you know this shit. Vermin serves a purpose. Criminals fill a void similar to repulsive gravity or dark matter in physics. When you tear matter and create a void, something rushes in to fill the gap. Criminals are quite willing and able to fill voids in society.
    Mix right in and know if there is activity in proximity to your AO.
    In your survival equation, utilization of all assets is key.
    Criminal activity and the personalities involved should be part of your loop.
    There will not be a pop quiz on any of this material. No grades will be given. Strictly Pass/Fail.

  13. Can We Learn From Criminals?
    Well sure! It is what they teach that matters.
    The takeaway here is the criminals running my country only have one law, that there is no law, so by extension that as our Republic turns to tyranny, as an armed an citizen I really do get to make my vote count.

    Hey remember this CA? From what seems like a hundred years ago:

    “Or, as a smart, honest NYPD street cop told me nearly 25 years ago:
    Pete, we’re the biggest gang in the country. Get that through your mind, and you’ll understand things a lot better.”
    Face it now while you can adapt your plans.
    Tempus fugit.”

    In more pithy terms as the great TL Davis said.
    “It is not ours to restore the power of the Constitution. It is ours to show them the wrath of America without the protections the Constitution offers them.
    Let them restore it to find refuge from us.
    Of course, there is a risk, but only from a tyrannical and oppressive government bent on the absolute destruction of a free society. -TL Davis

    I’d like to add… only from the worlds greatest organized crime syndicate aka the federal government and its vassal banksters, corporate crony’s, and state governments.

    But I believe John Mosby sums it it pretty well:


    The fundamental human right to self-defense and its tools does not stem from any piece of parchment or other act of man.

    It is much more elemental than that.

    I have more principled reasons for my stand on owning firearms, and I don’t care one whit in the world for the Second Amendment. It means nothing to me. My rights have nothing to do with the U.S. Constitution, and when it dawns on people that it has finally been erased — the principal danger of all political premises posed as “social contracts” — my rights will still validly exist, even if I die defending them. I own firearms because I have a right to private property. That is the First Thing.

    …As the Regime takes off the gloves, every day it creates tens of thousands more American Patriots who realize yes, it really probably is going to get that bad, so really, they may not have that much to lose after all.

    So why not stop being afraid and stand up to the Regime?

    Join the honorable Resistance, or make your own. Garden, cook at home, teach your children, and get right with the Lord. Cut expenses, avoid taxes, learn new skills, and build savings of tangible real assets. Train, stockpile, recruit, prepare, guard, protect, and defend.

    Make this your finest hour.


    Hell ya!

  14. LeGrandeGuy

    Agreed. If they are going to roll you up, then make them WORK for it. Small, leaderless resistance cells. Like the mooslim fellows in Brussels. No cell phone use, and especially NO f-ing social media. Train together, prep together, hunting buddies kind of thing. Stay away from crowds….Listen, dont talk…..

    • Yea because they didn’t have any support from the local populace…Did you happen to know that the some if not all of the Paris Bombers came or had connections to Brussels… It’s not like they weren’t surrounded and protected by the local populace… Its ironic to me that most people love and jump on the bandwagon of leaderless resistance because it allows them to have no responsibilities… I have to agree with SFC Barry on this one…Sad That…

  15. Did any of the publicly educated here even notice that the description of the criminal organization given by the criminal himself described an organization (!) that was explicitly hierarchical?

    Some female claims it as an example of “leaderless,” and women of the other sex get all excited.