The most important thing to remember about the Mantra is that it refers to what is in reality very serious crimes.
The most serious crimes are not against the law. It flummoxes me how few people realize what a huge issue this is in life.
We need to separate out what we are doing with the Mantra.
It can’t be about winning an argument, because the subject matter is far too serious for that. The Mantra isn’t meat for a debating society. It is about the most serious crimes being committed against the white race.
And if it is about fighting, keep in mind that winning fights involve the most elementary form of intelligence. The real issue is when to fight.
If you know how to win fights, then your posture must be forbearance, forbearance, forbearance. Never run after a combat, for the result you seek will most assuredly run away. But if you wait (and wait and wait and wait) the right opportunity for attack may present itself in way where there is no question that the right time has arrived to attack.
I think of this as natural cadence.
The American military could never comprehend what I just said. When you structure yourself for a combat, it is imperative that you abandon that structure for actual combat. That’s because winning a fight involves the most elementary form of intelligence. You miss this intelligence if you do not understand that you must not do what you are structured to do because what you are structured to do is an Achilles heel.
The American military screws up again, again, and again on this count. It is so dependent on its Lincoln Log House structure for combat that it can only carry the combat it is structured to carry out. That’s a formula for defeat if there ever was one, no matter how small or large the scale of operation. This is as true for police operations and military operations as it is for gang fighting and ordinary street fighting too.
It is a universal principle that winning fights involve the most elementary form of intelligence. People who don’t know how to fight never understand this. That is why the martial arts are so big. The worst thing is the world you can do is pretending that fighting is a martial art. If you think that, you don’t understand anything.
Winning fights involves only the most elementary form of intelligence.
The Mantra is about serious crimes. Keep that in mind.