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An Introduction To Steganography


Makes a picture worth perhaps more than a thousand words.


Geert Wilders Interview – 9 FEB

A brave man; h/t Bracken.

Special Report: What we do and do not know regarding events in Oregon – recorded 11 FEB


From Jason Van Tatenhove:

In this special report of The Patriot Report, Jason Van Tatenhove welcomes back to the show guests Stewart Rhodes (founder and President of Oath Keepers), Sam Culper (editor of Forward Observer magazine) and Retired Sheriff Denny Peyman (who is also on the Board of Directors of Oath Keepers.)

In this special broadcast, we talk about what we do and do not know regarding the events surrounding the recent events in Oregon including the arrest of Cliven Bundy and also the rumors of 68 arrest warrants that may have been issued for members of the Patriot Community that have been apart of recent Oath Keeper and PPN Operations. We also game out what it could mean for all of us if this is actually the case.

Please share out this important communication to your friends and fellow patriots.

Civil Rites Of Passage

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Stilton rocks the race issue.

Interesting times.

(H/t NCR)

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ZH: Liberty Activists And ISIS Will Soon Be Treated As Identical Threats


Title is slightly off, but the substance is accurate.

Correction is:

Liberty activists will be sharply prioritized over any Islam-based threat here in CONUS.

After all, Team Mo is an ally of the USG.


MVT Road Show



MVT now has the ability to conduct remote classes. The Texas classes are next week, and later this year we have a number of other remote private classes, including Missouri and Idaho.

Since running the first Texas class in 2015, I now have several AR500 shields that are designed to protect the electronic pop-up target mechanisms. This means that I can run ranges with these targets without having to dig target pits, and thus allows the incorporation of ‘Ivan’ pop-ups into remote training. All this gear goes into the back of the truck, and you get a fully mobile MVT training solution. If we can get the truck there, we can run a class.

MVT is the leader in this type of tactical training. We are combining combat proven light infantry techniques with a varied tactical experience including paramilitary security contracting, to bring tactical training that is relevant to the armed citizen. The classes that we have designed at MVT are real world tactics, the real deal, and are simply in a class of their own – the investment and application of the electronic targetry, as we as other training aids and safe but realistic scenario based training, are second to none.

There are two styles of remote classes that can be run:

Hosted open enrollment classes: This is similar to the Texas model, where you host a class but students book onto it open enrollment. Students book and pay individually as per an open enrollment class at the VTC.

Hosted private group classes: These are the most cost efficient, because you get a flat rate for each day of training, for up to 12 or 16 students. The more students you have, the more you can spread the cost. Rates for these classes are based on the private rate at the VTC, but with a travel cost added to the daily rate, depending where you are and the length of the class that you book. The VTC private rate is $1200 per day.

I have a document that I send to prospective hosts, detailing the outline requirement for training areas. If you are interested, you can contact me to discuss this. I am also looking for a regular training site out West / Pacific North West in any case: I’m not planning on attempting to set up a regular school, but annual training classes at a suitable site would be a good option, to compliment the Texas classes that are now in their second year.

So, these classes can be either entirely private to your group, partially open, or fully public open enrollment.

Classes Available: You can ask for a combination of any of the classes that MVT offers. You can also ask for customized training to your needs / situation. For example Texas this year is a 5 day Combat Team Tactics (CTT)/ Mobility class followed by a 6 day Combat Team Tactics / Combat Patrol. The 6 day CTT / CP combination is popular for private group classes. I also have an 8 day CTT / Mobility / CP class scheduled.

You can add Citizen Close Combat (c3), including use of UTM for Force on Force, or Force on Force Team Tactics, or focus in detail on a skill area, such as extended patrol class going into more detail on Satellite Patrolling and the employment of the CUTT (Citizen Unconventional Tactical team). I am happy to discuss details and curriculum development.

Combat Team Tactics (3 days) is the basic requirement for all classes: this is the MVT baseline class that will establish safety, competence and SOPs.

Please contact us for more information and to discuss suitable training land, and your requirements.



Max Velocity Tactical



Military Organization For Dummies – Part I

Military Organization For Dummies – Part II

Read it.

Learn it.

Do it.


The wheel has already been invented.

Use your brains and your time (the most valuable asset) by filling in the substance within each section.

How I Learned To Stop Worrying & Love The Bomb


Schindler: Mounting Evidence Putin Will Ignite WWIII

UK Telegraph: Russia warns of ‘new world war’ starting in Syria

On the upside, this graphic illustrates just how sporty things were around the world between 1945 and 1998. Pay special attention to the period of above-ground testing from 1945-1963:

TL Davis: Sovereignty Is The Cheapest Asset


TL distills the current situation to its essence.

It’s serious.

Be serious.

Blame GVDL


Yes Virginia, There Are Erotic Bernie Sanders Panties

That which has been seen cannot be unseen.

New Challenger To SMOD2016


Dude’s got a strong platform.

And no pantsuit.

There’s A Very Important Reason You Should Care About the Oregon Standoff – Even If You Don’t Live In The West

TOPSHOT - Duane Ehmer rides his horse Hellboy at the occupied Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on the sixth day of the occupation of the federal building in Burns, Oregon on January 7, 2016. The leader of a small group of armed activists who have occupied a remote wildlife refuge in Oregon hinted on Wednesday that the standoff may be nearing its end. AFP PHOTO / ROB KERR / AFP / ROB KERR        (Photo credit should read ROB KERR/AFP/Getty Images)

Fortune weighs in.

What is “public land” anyhow?

Cliven Bundy Indicted

Nevada Rancher Cliven Bundy Charged with Conspiracy, Extortion

Cliven Bundy charged; final refuge occupiers surrender


Cliven Bundy to stay in jail until next week

WeaponsMan: Tactical Anatomy – “Shooting With X-Ray Vision”


A website recommendation.


I’m Sure That Everything Will Turn Out OK


UK Independent: ‘It’s like the day before World War One’: EU President’s stark warning over scale of refugee crisis


Sure glad that we don’t have anything like that craziness happening here in North America.

How about those Super Bowl commercials?


SLL: On Failure

Learn from your mistakes.

Make new ones next time.

Reality Sucks


From a reader:

People need to wrap their minds around the fact that as currently interpreted, every bad thing currently underway by the .gov is permissible under the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

Moreover, that state of affairs is accepted as normal and legitimate by the overwhelming majority of the US population.

If you do not accept this reality, you cannot reason your way forward towards a better situation.

Food for thought and further consideration.

Malheur Link Dump – 11 FEB


UK Guardian: Remaining occupiers to surrender; Cliven Bundy arrested

Oregon Occupiers Will Turn Themselves in to FBI Thursday

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy arrested by FBI in Oregon

Oregon standoff: Protesters may leave Thursday; Cliven Bundy arrested


Oregon standoff: Last four occupiers surrender at Malheur refuge

‘Hallelujah … keep your hands up’: Last holdout surrenders in Oregon standoff

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Breaking: Malheur Open Thread

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Via Twitter.

Twitter #malheur feed

Year Of The Outsider


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Dan Almond sends:

When I was first considering running, everyone said it would be too difficult and some were reluctant to associate with me because I was going up against the Big Guy. In the political business, they say it takes $15-20,000 to run a campaign for this kind of seat and have a chance of winning. People usually don’t invest the kind of money and hard work it takes to be competitive unless they really think they can win. The insiders know this and assume they can just keep on getting away with shady stuff.

My point is that by simply announcing a candidacy, doing some door to door, some phone calls and maybe spending a couple hundred dollars on signs and a few well-placed letters, a Patriot could force a crooked incumbent to “come clean while he still can.” There could be quite a few paper tiger incumbents out there in this state (and others) who could be exposed or even beaten if only some good people stepped out.

I’ve also lately seen a few facebook friends announce candidacies — this is the year for outsiders and newbies. I know a lot of your posts on WRSA have been about how voting is futile and there are going to be some haters in the comments. You were right when you said “we’re not voting our way out.” I’ve said the same thing.

But the situation has changed somewhat. Back in 2010, the RTC rally on the Potomac was considered radical — now it’s a political selling point in my intro letter. The situation changes, and we should be able to adjust tactics accordingly. Folks who want to do something beyond commenting online should back a “good guy” in their home district, or, if there isn’t one, run for office themselves.

Pete, it can’t be stressed enough how likely it is that there are situations like this all over the country. This is a very anti-incumbent election cycle. Your readers have an almost-unprecedented opportunity to be leaders in their areas by either running themselves or getting behind some of the good candidates who are out there if they look hard enough.

Now’s the time. This is the year.

Not since 1974 has there been an election season like 2016 – and that was a non-Presidential race.

“BAMN” really means “any means necessary”.

By any means

New Woodpile’s Here!



Internet of Things: Didn’t You Jackasses Read ‘1984’? Of Course Your Electric Shaver Is Going To Be Spying On You


UK Guardian: US intelligence chief admits USG might use the internet of things to spy on you


Dancing With The Bachelor! Toast! Frozen daiquiris!

Back massager!

Electronic scale!


Schlonged: 2016 NH Results



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How about “Last Dance“?


Looks like lots of time for long walks on the beach for the grandparents.


Forward Observer Podcast – 8 FEB: Thoughts On Where We Are & Where We Go Next





Stewart Rhodes.

Bob Wright.

Sam Culper.

And some hoople who needs a voice coach.