Western European Civil War Phase 2
European Civil War, Phase 2, 2030-2070
- Islam, 15-60% based on country
- Consolidation continues, more advanced forms of resistance groups.
- Preparation for pan-European coups.
3.121 From clandestine cells to more advanced military movements
Traditional: the slowest to form, this reflects a principally indigenous insurgency,
initially with limited goals. It is more secure than others, as it tends to grow from people with
social, cultural or family ties. The insurgents resent a government that has failed to recognise
cultural groups "who perceive that the government has denied their rights and interests and
work to establish or restore them.
Subversive: Usually driven by an organisation that contains at least some of the
governing elite, some being sympathisers already in place, and others who penetrate the
government. When they use violence, it has a specific purpose, such as coercing voters,
intimidating officials, and disrupting and discrediting the government. Typically, there is a
political arm (e.g., Sinn Fein or the National Liberation Front) that directs the military in
planning carefully coordinated violence. "Employment of violence is designed to show the
system to be incompetent and to provoke the government to an excessively violent response
which further undermines its legitimacy." The Nazi rise to power, in the 1930s, is an example
of subversion. Nazi members of parliament and street fighters were hardly clandestine, but
the overall plan of the Nazi leadership to gain control of the nation was hidden. "A subversive
insurgency is suited to a more permissive political environment which allows the insurgents to
use both legal and illegal methods to accomplish their goals. Effective government resistance
may convert this to a critical-cell model.
Critical-cell: Critical cell is useful when the political climate becomes less permissive
than one that allowed shadow cells. While other cell types try to form intelligence cells within
the government, this type sets up "shadow government" cells that, once the system is
destroyed both by external means and the internal subversion, until they can seize power.
This model fits the classic coup d’état, and often tries to minimise violence. "Insurgents also
seek to infiltrate the government's institutions, but their object is to destroy the system from
within." Clandestine cells form inside the government. "The use of violence remains covert
until the government is so weakened that the insurgency's superior organisation seizes power,
supported by the armed force. One variation of this pattern is when the insurgent leadership
permits the popular revolution to destroy the existing government, then emerges to direct the
formation of a new government. Another variation is seen in the Cuban revolution and is
referred to as the foco (or Cuban model) insurgency. This model involves a single, armed cell
which emerges in the midst of degenerating government legitimacy and becomes the nucleus
around which mass popular support rallies. The insurgents use this support to establish
control and erect new institutions."
Mass-oriented: where the subversive and covert-cell systems work from within the
government, the mass-oriented builds a government completely outside the existing one, with
the intention of replacing it. Such "insurgents patiently construct a base of passive and active
political supporters, while simultaneously building a large armed element of guerrilla and
regular forces. They plan a protracted campaign of increasing violence to destroy the
government and its institutions from the outside. They have a well-developed ideology and
carefully determine their objectives. They are highly organised and effectively use propaganda
and guerrilla action to mobilise forces for a direct political and military challenge to the
government." The revolution that produced the Peoples' Republic of China, the American
Revolution, and the Shining Path insurgency in Peru are examples of the mass-oriented
model. Once established, this type of insurgency is extremely difficult to defeat because of its
great depth of organisation.
3.122 Objectives in Phase 2
Continue to build and consolidate our base of support
Continue guerrilla warfare against the Multiculturalist Alliance through a constant
campaign of shock attacks. The objective is to continue to demoralise them. It is a simple
strategy of repeated pin-pricks and bleedings that will sap the will of the MA to continue
By carrying out courageous actions, the Justiciar Knights will illustrate to the people that
the powerful are vulnerable. This will inspire admiration and respect, not only with the
people, but often in the ranks of the military and police as well. There are numerous
incidents of high-ranking officers in the military or police force, disgusted by the attitudes
and behaviour of the ruling elite, who would withdraw their troops and withhold them
from the fighting, and in some cases even pledge themselves to the revolutionary
government. This happened in Spain, in Russia, in Mexico and to a lesser extent in
Central America, as well. Displays of bravery coupled with upright behaviour can win over
to the guerrilla's side those who have been apathetic or even opposed to their actions.
Not all who serve the powerful enjoy their roles.
Go to great lengths to map individuals in the intelligence bureau for potential
recruitment. Our biggest strength is that we know that around 40-50% of all men
sympathise and around 60-80% of all men empathise with our cause. The numbers for
females are 10-20% and 40-50%.
Use any means necessary to map employees in your National Intelligence Agency.
Identify candidates that are likely to be recruited based on this screening process. Single
men from 30-60, who live close by (or have earlier lived in or close to) Muslim ghettos
are logical choices. The chance will increase if that person have had military service in a
Muslim country or served as a “street officer” in the police force. An individual who has
had close contact with Muslims in the past usually have a negative view on Islam and are
thus likely candidates.
Clandestine Cell Systems
Solo and duo cells will play an important part in Phase 2 as well. It might be time to
experiment with larger cell structures (3-4 with an external case officer). Each
clandestine cell operator knows the people in his own cell, perhaps the external case
officer, and an emergency method, not necessarily a person, to contact higher levels if
the case officer or cell leader is captured.
Brothers who have been compromised (flagged and under surveillance by the national
intelligence agency) will not be able to continue contact with any cell. He can however, on
his own initiative prepare and execute solo missions, either PR stunts or solo military
operations against any target. Non-violent publicity stunts can be as valuable as military
operations in some cases.
3.123 Creating a PCCTS/Knights Templar political wing
The rationale for the overt political-covert military split is to avoid the inflexibility of a
completely secret organisation. By splitting, the public issues can be addressed overtly,
while military actions remain covert and intelligence functions stay clandestine.
However, even though no direct ties, a political organisation affiliated with a ”terrorist
military wing” will result in various forms of persecution of the individuals involved. It will
most likely result in the leadership giving in to pressure, bribes and as a result granting
concessions (which the military wing disapproves of), as we saw with the IRA case. On
several occasions we have witnessed that after successful terrorist operation, EVERY
known affiliate will be arrested and ”harassed” in various ways.
To avoid this, the political wing can have NO contact whatsoever with the military order.
The political organisation must be completely separate. This applies to the paramilitary
organisation as well.
The overt organisation must condemn all acts committed by the military order. If they
don’t, they too will be considered as terrorists.
The only really potential danger is if the leadership of the “legal” organisation gets
compromised (or just decides to stop supporting the cause). Every measure must be
taken to ensure control of the “legal” organisation. The government will likely attempt
use any means necessary to corrupt the organisation, through bribes, threats etc. If this
occurs counter measures must be implemented to ensure control.
The whole purpose for the “legal” organisation is to function as an “indirect” marketing
channel for the covert military order. A deceitful approach is therefore essential (speaking
with two tongues).
3.124 A politically incorrect guide to the lynching of multiculturalist traitors
(phase 2 and 3)
One of Western Europe’s biggest historical mistakes was not to punish/execute Marxists
after WW2. Marxists who went into hiding during WW2 resurfaced and came back to
Western European societies after the war. Most of the lynchings were aimed at the
National Socialists while the Marxists for the most part were left in peace. As we all
know, that generation of Marxists were going to be instrumental in development and
propagation of cultural Marxist doctrine in Europe two decades later, which would later be
known under the name multiculturalism. If we had executed let’s say, 100 000 Marxist
intellectuals in Western Europe after WW2 and banned all form of Marxist doctrine we
could have prevented the creation of the anti-European hate ideology known as
multiculturalism. It’s absolutely essential that we, the cultural conservative patriots of
Europe do not repeat this mistake again. All our efforts must be to target and execute
the multiculturalists wherever we find them in Phase 1, 2 and 3 of the European civil war.
This will also include a large portion of so called “right wing suicidal Humanists/or
individuals supporting the one-world-view (capitalists/industrialists supporting mass
Muslim immigration included) but who are not necessarily Marxist sympathisers. Patriotic
militias must create and update execution lists containing the names of every single
parliamentarian, journalist, NGO leader/board member and university lecturer/professor
etc. who has supported and propagated multiculturalist doctrines. As the war comes to
an end it is critical that the patriotic organisations and military orders systematically hunt
down and locate every single category A and B traitor in a coordinated effort within a
specific time frame (7 day operation involving 100 hunters per 1000 traitors optimally).
Uncoordinated efforts of sporadic executions will only result in a scenario where many of
our targets are given the time to flee the country. This is why several patriotic
movements must cooperate on a well coordinated “decisive blow” campaign as soon as
possible and BEFORE the civil war has ended. It might be tempting to make a spectacle
out of the celebratory “lynching” of specific targets. However, this type of behaviour is
counterproductive and not at all tactical as it will draw too much attention and alert other
cultural Marxist traitors. We must ensure that we focus on eliminating all cultural Marxists
before they get a chance to flee the country or before they disappear off our radar. Also,
individuals harbouring any category 1 or 2 traitors must be severely punished. Certain
category A and B traitors may be incarcerated during the operation (if there is sufficient
capacity and manpower) with the intention for an official celebratory lynching at a later
point (to boost moral for our forces etc).
The reason why we should do it as described above is because of what history has taught
us. If we hesitate or act due to moral reservations or act in a clumsy way, a majority of
the traitors will flee the country and immediately and actively start undermining our
cause from another country. If they succeed and our newborn regime collapses they will
return and continue business as usual as our slave masters. We cannot trust that the
courts will punish them severely enough. History proves time and time again that a large
majority of post-war governments chooses the path of appeasement because they simply
are unable to make a “tough decision”. They also want to “heal the national wounds
quickly” and will be hesitant to allow mass killings of traitors. Another problem is that the
court proceedings involving the traitors after the war will take from 1-3 years. Waiting
this long will still the thirst for blood and revenge. A required rational response will be
replaced with emotional appeasement. A post-war government must NEVER be trusted to
sufficiently punish traitors. The risk of a repetition of a WW2 scenario is just too large.
Another factor is that a majority of the category A and B traitors will have an extensive
global political network which they will use to put pressure on our regime. They simply
have too much political power as long as they are alive.
The biggest threat to an effective and thorough lynching campaign is the temptation to
commence the deportation of Muslims. This is why the lynching force should only contain
soldiers under professional leadership with the given “unofficial and clandestine”
An illustration of several successful and decisive campaigns:
Serb Volunteer Guard – SDG
Type: Paramilitary organisation
Size: 10 000+
Garrison HQ: Belgrade
Nickname: Arkan's Tigers, The Tigers
Commander: Željko Ražnatović
Second in command: Colonel Nebojsa Djordjevic Suca and Milorad Ulemek Legija.
The Serb Volunteer Guard - SDG was a volunteer paramilitary unit founded and led by
Željko Ražnatović, widely known as Arkan, during the Yugoslav reconquista.
The Guard was created on October 11, 1990 by 20 volunteers, members of the FK Red
Star Belgrade football club Ultra "Delije Sever". Reportedly at most points the Guard had
over 10,000 fighters. The Guard's headquarters and training camp was in Erdut, Eastern
The Albanian Muslims in Serbia refused deportation and convertion from Islam (and
instead started armed resistance) and as such were targeted for annihilation.
3.125 Investments and wealth protection in Europe during phase 2 and 3 – civil
war, how to protect your wealth
How do you preserve wealth in times when the Four Horsemen (pestilence, war, famine
and death) are on the loose?
What's the point of making money if you cannot preserve it?
According to some myths; during WW2 people in Germany would take wheel barrows of
cash to the grocery store to buy bread and milk. The value of German currency dropped
so low that people would steal your wheel barrow and dump out the cash.
While the reality wasn’t exactly that grim you shouldn't put too much trust in your
currency/cash being worth tomorrow what it is today.
During the war prices were often dictated by the government. Money was basically
worthless because people needed government issued vouchers in order to be allowed to
buy necessities and they received these only for what the government regarded as
people's basic needs.
Best investments during phase 2 (2030-2070), predicting the future
The safest place to put money is likely to be in either high on demand items you can use
for bartering, dividend paying stocks (as opposed to non-dividend, purely speculative
stocks) gold or even silver.
During WW2, many large investors in the United States, Britain, Germany and Japan
managed to identify and predict the monumental turning points in the war even as
individual experts and other observers did not. The U.S. stock market turned upward
around the Battle of Midway in late May of 1943. The British stock market bottomed just
before the Battle of Britain in 1940, the German market reached its peak as Hitler's army
attacked Russia (which marked the German war machine's first big key losses) in
December 1941. Japan's market peaked in 1942, despite the tightly controlled pro-war
propaganda published by the Empire's media.
But what are the lessons learned here? For protecting wealth, stocks are better bet than
bonds (real property can get confiscated). Gold and jewelry can be a great alternative
but can still end up as “problematic”, especially to convert in the short term as your
government may temporarily leave the gold standard to counter overinvestment in this
Over the long run, equities (stocks – company ownership) is a good alternative even in
countries that are losing a war, because historically, even they have managed to beat
inflation. Just keep in mind that certain companies, especially those companies who are
aiding the losing side always risk being wiped or expropriated by players on the winning
side. Some will say that investing in index (a great variety of industries) is the safest bet
but obviously, predicting which industry will do well is a lot better.
Another message from history is that even in the “lucky countries” (countries on the
winning side that don't suffer catastrophic attacks) wealth invested should be diversified.
There are no magnificent long-term, stocks to put away forever, and there never have
been because no company has ever had a sustainable, forever competitive advantage.
Excellence that lasts over multiple decades is virtually nonexistent. Also bear in mind that
wars will open a lot of windows and in the aftermath lead to accelerated technological
Business evolution seems to consist of a company developing a competitive advantage,
exploiting its edge, and becoming successful. Its share price soars, and soon it is
discovered and thereafter becomes a growth stock. As the company grows and gets
bigger, it attracts competition and inevitably becomes less creative and competitive. Then
as it ages, its growth slows and eventually it stagnates or becomes obsolete. There is
usually far less innovation in large, mature companies.
The British East India Company in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries had a total
monopoly in four countries, possessed worldwide dominance in everything from coffee
and wool to opium, had its own army and navy, and was actually empowered by the
Crown to wage war if necessary. However the world changed, it didn't, and its “massive
core” collapsed in the face of technological innovation. It went out of business in 1873.
In 1917, Forbes published a list of the 100 largest U.S. companies. Over the next 71
years there was the Great Depression, World War II, the inflation of the 1970s, and the
spectacular postwar boom. When Forbes reviewed the original list in 1987, 61 of the
companies no longer existed for one reason or another. Of the rest, 21 still were in
business but no longer were in the top 100. Only 18 were, and with the exception of
General Electric and Kodak, they were all underperforming.
Another study lists a database of the operating performance of 6772 companies across
40 industries in the postwar era. It was discovered that there was no safe industry.
Above all, don't hold your eggs in a few big baskets. The old saying: “put all your eggs in
one basket and then watch the basket” is a myth. The risks of putting all your resources
in one basket are astronomical.
The History of Gold Prices Since World War II
Gold as an investment is considered as protection against economic troubles. Physical
gold is used in manufacturing and jewelry as well as a store of wealth for investors. The
recent history of gold prices has been very volatile.
From WWII (around 1941) until 1971, the US fixed the price of gold at 35 USD per
ounce. President Nixon eliminated the fixed gold price in 1971, allowing gold prices to
move with market demand.
After the US dropped the gold standard, gold prices soared, tripling in value hitting $100
in May 1973. The price varied between 100 USD and 150 USD until the end of 1977. Gold
moved steadily upward in 1978 and 1979 and peaked at 850 an ounce on Jan 21, 1980.
Gold dropped in price 113 USD on Jan 22, 1980, starting a long downward trend in price.
The initial drop was to 315 USD in March 1982. Prices exceeded 450 USD at the end of
1982 and again in April through June of 1987, but the two-decade trend was lower
prices. By late 2000, gold was around 250 USD per ounce.
Gold prices started a sharp climb in early 2002. It hit 400 USD in December 2003, 500
USD in December 2005 and 700 USD in May 2006. The previous record of 850 USD was
passed on Jan. 2, 2008. Gold peaked at 1011 USD on March 17, 2008.
From March 2008 until the end of July 2009 gold fluctuated between 750 USD and 1000
USD per ounce.
Studies have indicated that as a conflict progresses and develops (civil war etc) and the
masses flock to gold this development contributes to a downturn in national economies.
Many governments will attempt to counter this by suspending gold convertibility (or
devaluing the currency in gold terms) which again results in a scenario where many
choose to sell their gold positions to rather place their wealth in the market (stocks,
bonds, banks) and therefore making an economical national recovery possible. What
policies countries followed after casting off the gold standard, and what results followed
Every major currency left the gold standard during the Great Depression. Great Britain
was the first to do so. Facing speculative attacks on the pound and depleting gold
reserves in September 1931, the Bank of England ceased exchanging pound notes for
gold and the pound was floated on foreign exchange markets.
A great depression and its relevance to gold speculation
Great Britain, Japan, and the Scandinavian countries left the gold standard in 1931.
Other countries, such as Italy and the United States, remained on the gold standard into
1932 or 1933, while a few countries in the so-called "gold bloc", led by France and
including Poland, Belgium and Switzerland, stayed on the standard until 1935–1936.
According to later analysis, the earliness with which a country left the gold standard
reliably predicted its economic recovery. For example, Great Britain and Scandinavia,
which left the gold standard in 1931, recovered much earlier than France and Belgium,
which remained on gold much longer. Countries such as China, which had a silver
standard, almost avoided the depression entirely. The connection between leaving the
gold standard as a strong predictor of that country's severity of its depression and the
length of time of its recovery has been shown to be consistent for dozens of countries,
including developing countries. This partly explains why the experience and length of the
depression differed between national economies.
Art, And Bonds Are Problematical
Third, the history of Europe during World War II indicates gold and jewelry work fairly
well to protect a small amount of a wealth. Think of them as your “mad money.”
However, as noted previously, the history of World War II warns not to keep them in a
safe deposit box in-country. Conquerors demand the key, and your bank will give it to
them. Have your own safe deposit box at home or secrete your valuables in a safe haven.
Above all don't tell anyone. When your neighbour's children are starving (as so many
were in the lawless winters of 1945 and 1946), they will do anything. If the barbarians
come next time as a terrorist attack or a plague, you are going to want to have your mad
money close at hand.
Fourth, art is not particularly good either. It is vulnerable to destruction by fire, can easily
be damaged, quickly plundered, and it's difficult to hide. At the end of the war, Warsaw
alone reported 13,512 missing works of art of one kind or another. That said, some
Europeans successfully removed valuable pictures from their frames and smuggled the
canvases out of their home countries and transported them to safe havens. The caveat
was that when they tried to sell them, they were only able to get a fraction of their true
Fifth, at least based on the last century, fixed-income investments are nowhere near as
good as equities. Even in the Lucky countries, they provided returns far below stocks,
although they did offer much lower volatility. Across the various countries, bonds had a
standard deviation about half of that of equities, and bills had volatility about a quarter
that of equities. In terms of liquidity, they were fine. Fixed income markets remained
relatively liquid in London and New York throughout the war years.
In the Losers [Germany, Japan, Italy, et al.], fixed income had severely negative returns,
and although government paper is normally considered to be relatively risk free, German
bill investors lost everything in 1923, and German bonds investors lost over 92 percent in
real terms after World War I. Admittedly inflation was virulent in a war-torn world, and
fixed income is not the place to be in such an environment. In the chaotic, disorderly
environment of the war years in the Loser nations, you can't sell bonds or cash in bills
any more that you can trade stocks. However there was a period in the 1930s when
because of deflation, bonds were the best performing asset everywhere.
Precious metals, especially gold, jewelry and high in demand items such as perhaps
weapons, armour, ammunition, gasoline, survival kits, hermetic food/rations and
investments/buying stocks in “production facilities” such as farms is likely to be
considered relatively safe investments. However, farms or other production facilities may
be expropriated by the cultural Marxist regime or the resistance movement for shorter or
longer periods. Investing in foreign companies located in a neutral country that produces
f. example weapons, ammunition, rations or offers transportation in some way (shipping,
bulk, tank etc.) are likely to be good investments.
3.126 Building a cultural conservative paramilitary/militia organisation
“Marxist logic deemed our culture and traditions not worth saving. Marxist logic, however,
does not account for the power of free will. It’s up to each of us to prove that our cultures
and traditions are worth saving. Don’t sit and wait for others to do your job and duty for
you. Join the resistance today…“
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