The author of this blog does not advocate hate or unprovoked violence against any group. The purpose of this blog is to provide the very best information regarding philosophy, mindset training, and technique for the Christian Martialist in their broader Biblical, theological and cultural contexts. Nothing posted here should be construed as promoting or excusing hostile speech or acts toward anyone.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Christian Warrior Skill: Picking Handcuffs -- WARSKYL Training

WARSKYL TRAINING: Picking Handcuffs

I hope all Christian Warriors had a meaningful and joyous celebration of the incarnation and birth of their King. Now I have a little Nativity present for you -- by tradition, Christmas does not end until Epiphany.

Suppose you find yourself captured and cuffed by the bad guys: terrorists, kidnappers, rabid feminists, stark raving mad liberal hooligans, lunatic anti-gun lobbyists . . . . You get the idea.

Anyway, the bad guys slap the cuffs on you as they transport you to your doom. In this situation, wouldn't it be handy to know how to improvise a handcuff key out of a bobby pin, paper clip, piece of wire or even a twig?

That's the skill you'll learn in the video below. And always remember, cadets, only use this against the bad guys, never against legitimate LEO's who are enforcing the law in accordance with their oath to preserve, protect and defend the U.S. Constitution against all enemies.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Over There: Christmas Tree

My barber sent me the link to this picture of a field expedient Christmas tree.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Christian Warrior: Good Motivational Poster

Thanks to my friend Steve C. for the link to this Christian Warrior Motivation poster.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Combat Archery?

My daughter Merrianna, who has an interest in archery, gave me the link to the video below. I found the archer's ability to fire arrows accurately in rapid succession impressive.

I'm not ready to throw out my firearms in favor of bows & arrows, but this leads me think that a bow has a lot more potential as a combat weapon than I had previously thought. If I had a bow and this guy's skills, I would not feel totally at a loss if separated from my firearms, or if I ran out of ammo.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Digital Self Defense

Most people do not think about how thoroughly various entities monitor their online activities. Multiple branches of civil government, corporations, full-time tracking companies all follow your every move on the web.

A recent article on LewRockwell.com gives some specifics on the problem:

  • The NSA is spying on every American, and very deeply spying on us. (Read this.)
  • A surveillance system has been installed inside of Facebook. (See this, and this.)
  • AT&T has been giving all of its Internet traffic to the NSA since at least 2006. (See this.)
  • Union thugs have no problem intercepting emails. (See here.)
  • Newspapers are having no problems intercepting emails. (See here.)
  • Stores are now installing face recognition systems. (Here.)
  • The FedGuv is paying big bucks for systems to “predict crime.” (Here.)
  • The FBI is building a nation-wide facial recognition system. (Here.)
  • Biometric identification is being rolled out in grammar schools. (Here.)
The good news is that the author also talks about solutions. To read the article, CLICK HERE.

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Economic Hurricane?

According to an article in Bloomberg News, a new round of housing defaults may cause a secondary burst of the housing bubble and bring stormy weather to the economy.

New delinquencies on reworked mortgages held by bonds without government backing jumped in September, a sign that some of the fuel for housing’s recovery isn’t sustainable, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)

A record of more than 28,000 modified home loans within so- called non-agency securities turned delinquent, a rise of 24 percent from the prior month, JPMorgan analysts said in a Nov. 16 report. The share of all non-agency loans between 30 and 60 days past due soared 0.44 percentage point to 3.54 percent, the highest since February 2010, data compiled by Bloomberg show

Preparedness makes good sense, whether you're thinking of Hurricane Sandy or looming economic hurricanes. A word to the wise is sufficient.