Westmoreland George - How to start and train a militia unit


Author : Westmoreland George
Title : How to start and train a militia unit
Year : 1994

Link download : Westmoreland_George_-_How_to_start_and_train_a_militia_unit.zip

The rapid growth of paid police informers, snitches and people who watch too many tum-in-yourneighbor television programs has created an national atmosphere of distrust. The cardinal rule for initially setting up your militia unit is to work with people you trust and have known lor a long lime. This does not guarantee that someone will not blab their head off if coerced by experienced interrogators, but it definitely helps. · Each member can be responsible for looking for recruits and, alter clearing it with the leadership, should bring them to a meeting. lnitially, prospects should be lntroduced to those with the best Instincts for recognizing potential problems. Use casual conversation to gauge the depth of hislher commitment. If ali goes weil, introduce the toplc of total resistance into your conversation. This helps to measure whether feelings about conventional law and order might override deeper moral concems. Passing this, they should be taken to a low-level mllltla meeting and evaluated by the soldiers with whom they will be working. Alter this meeting, troops should be queried as to thelr feelings about each new recrult and the leval of confidence they have in him/her. When in doubt, move them into positions of low sensitivity, i.e., cook, clerk, etc., or out of the group entirely. Others will eventually haar of your group and come looking to sign up. These people may be sincere and should be treated wilh respect. They still must pass the •vibes• test, and a check of who and what they are should be done. When the shit hits the fan, expect to see a large influx of members which may strain your security procedures, but don't lighten up. Stick to your routine, and you should be ali righi. Ali initial personnel should be groomed as leaders and should be frequently reminded they will be expected to leach what they learn. This method of leadership ls called Top Down Preparedness. How many members are enough? How many can you handle? Supply, food, and other administrative problems start getting pretty complicated with even two dozen members. As your unit grows, be prepared to assigr:a people to more specifie duties like those sean in regular armies. Take your time building your group, and work for quality and sincerity, not quantily. ...




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