Archive for April 24th, 2013

Holding Formation

Our Mantra approach is based on that of the Roman Army. This was expressed later by the maxim, “One barbarian can usually defeat one civilized soldier. Ten civilized soldiers can hold their own against ten barbarians. No number of barbarians can hold against a hundred civilized soldiers.”

We have proven this absolutely. The Mantra discipline has charged right into the middle of them and then fought as a solid mass in the very midst of thousands of enemies and left them screaming helplessly.

We have gone worldwide by using the Roman opening, when they marched up in solid formation, threw their pila, spears, at the enemy to break up what little the enemy had of formation and then went in as a solid block.

I am sure that the first Romans who proposed such a type of combat were ridiculed. The Old Soldiers would tell them how Real Men don’t hang back shoulder, but each Real Man goes in berserking on his own, the more berserk the more glorious.

I tried for many years to get pro-whites interested in this method of warfare I had developed. Now it has proved itself.

But there is more to this discipline.
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Untold numbers of armies have won a battle by going in in formation, and then being defeated when they broke formation when the enemy ran away. You who have read military history cannot count the number of times a great victory was won and then lost when the military broke up and went for the enemy’s baggage trains and camp followers.

I see that happening with us now. When you stun the anti-whites with our Mantra, you feel the thrill of victory. As the enemy howls all the predictable justifications of genocide, we want to make points about being bussed or affirmative action or minority crime or other things we have been bursting to complain about.

By the time these other points have been aired, we are right back into the old argument. People will not remember the argument as running headon into the real world of white genocide. All that is gained is lost.

The ONLY point of a Mantra Debate is to make Mantra points. Don’t comment here on other peoples’ points or how well somebody attacked some other matter.

Every discussion is a chance to make more Mantra points. It is very hard to learn how to act when an army realizes how completely this discipline has routed the enemy. That is where the lifetime, real, old soldiers distinguish themselves from those who have not been on the field before.

Mantra discipline is not just what you do, but what you DON’T do.