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…“
The foundation for forming militias will be linked to your government’s success in keeping unemployment figures low, and their ability to contain Islamic terror. If your government fail on both areas, it will be a lot easier to form and create a large militia group. During Phase 2, measures should be taken to build and/or develop a conservative para-military organisation in each country (1000 members per million citizens). This means that a country with 4 million inhabitants should aim for at least 4000 members, a country with 60 million inhabitants, 60 000 members etc.
A para-military is a force whose function and organisation are similar to those of a professional military force, but which is not regarded as having the same status.
The term paramilitary is subjective, depending on what is considered similar to a military force, and what status a force is considered to have. The nature of paramilitary forces therefore varies greatly according to the speaker and the context. For instance, in Northern Ireland, paramilitary refers to any illegally armed group with a political purpose, but in Colombia, paramilitary refers specifically to illegally armed groups which are considered right-wing (for example AUC), while illegally armed groups considered left-wing, such as FARC, are referred to as guerrillas.
Increasing your power base
Entrepreneurial-minded leaders must take the initiative to the form and consolidate larger networks/organisations both nationally and across Europe.
We must reach a common consensus of goals and agreeing on a final manifest (which will be used in phase 3) with other conservative organisations. Consolidate and stream line websites, information and strategy in accordance with the approved manifest.
Create student organisations on as many Universities/Colleges as possible with the goal of recruiting.
Head-hunters/recruiters - recruit target individuals - establishing contact with military officers, politicians, private investors and other relevant and potential allies in all areas of society. Efforts should be made to attempt to merge and recruit similar organisations under our banner.
Creates and maintains diplomatic relations with other factions, organisations which are considered neutral or friendly:
Establish and consolidate support from religious communities:
- Protestant community
- Catholic community
- Jewish community
- Hindu community
- Sikh community
Attempt to establish and consolidate support from various sub cultures. It’s important to have “sub culture” representation for the secondary effect it will result in. This will also counter deliberate attempts to stereotype us.