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John Mosby is the pseudonym of a former U.S. Army Special Operations soldier who spent ten years on active duty, including multiple overseas deployments, including in support of the Global War on Terror in Afghanistan. He currently resides somewhere in the stone-clad recesses of the Northern Rocky Mountains.

I started this blog at the behest of my wife, referred to within the blog as Household-Six, or HH6 (in military radio procedure, an element leader is referred to by the numeric designator “6.” Thus, the company commander of Charlie Company would be referred to on the radio as “Charlie-Six.” HH6 is the Household Commander.)

As I surfed around the different internet forums, I kept seeing, as I have for over 20 years, discussions of different theoretical applications of “militias” and “survivalist guerrilla” training. Unfortunately, based on my personal professional experiences in the SOF (Special Operations Forces) community, the tactics, techniques, and procedures people were espousing were not only lacking in any sort of professional background, but were destined to get people killed if they tried to utilize these techniques on an actual battlefield, whether unconventional warfare or conventional.

After hearing me vent my frustrations repeatedly, HH6 kept insisting that I needed to just start my own blog to express my concerns. This forerunner of this blog, originally entitled “Nous Defions!” (French for “We Defy!” a term borrowed by the Special Forces community, based on the lineage of the OSS during WW2), was the result. This blog, “MountainGuerrilla,” was my attempt to switch from the blogspot software to wordpress.

This blog is intended to provide realistic, proven doctrine and applications of unconventional warfare, based on the lessons learned and taught by the U.S. Army Special Forces. It is based on doctrine, adjusted as necessary (rarely), on my personal experiences.

In addition, at the original request of readers, this blog has become the conduit for training courses offered in various aspects of tactical self-defense preparedness, from an unconventional warfare perspective, predicated on small units of irregular war-fighters.

Domestic Terrorists

I have, for writing this blog, and offering these courses, been labeled a “domestic extremist terrorist.”

My response to this:

“I’m an unpatriotic domestic terrorist? Let’s see…damned near a decade in the service of this country, in uniform, following the orders of my chain-of-command, in multiple places where people were trying to kill me. Service to this country as a private military contractor, supporting the Global War on Terror (GWOT)…I currently serve on my local volunteer fire department, providing safety and security to my community (and, in case you’re not aware of it, all volunteer fire department training in this country is now under the auspices of the Department of Homeland Security and/or FEMA). So, if someone wants to ball up and try to accuse me of a lack of patriotism, unless their credentials are somehow better than mine, they are quite welcome to piss off and die.
I’m a domestic terrorist? Only if you buy into the bullshit Federal Government concept that having more than seven days worth of food in your home, being a returned combat veteran, believing in constitutional limits on government power, and supporting non-mainstream political candidates like Dr. Ron Paul. In that case, yes, I suppose you could define me as a domestic terrorist.

That’s okay though, I’m in good company. For your intellectual edification, here are the names of some of that distinguished company: Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, “Light Horse Harry” Lee (Robert E. Lee’s father, and a hero of the Revolution), Thomas Paine, etc…Remember, everyone of those men decided that government infringements, many far less egregious than those we currently face, were grounds for armed insurrection. Hell, I’m not advocating shooting anyone, yet. Hopefully, we can still use peaceful, civic means to restore the system back to what it was supposed to be. How is aspiring to be like the Founding Fathers unAmerican and unpatriotic? In my book, it’s not. If such aspirations make you think I am an unpatriotic traitor, you’re an idiot, and quite welcome to piss off!

I’ve been told that guerrilla warfare is unAmerican. If you grew up believing that only a stand-up, face-to-face fight was “fair,” that’s probably your delusion. But let’s see….Have you ever heard of Francis “The Swamp Fox” Marion? How about Ethan Allen? How about Merrill’s Marauders or the OSS Jedburgh teams of World War Two? How about the MACV-SOG Recon Teams, Mike Force companies, and LRRP units in Vietnam? Gee, how about my own alma mater, Army Special Forces, which was specifically founded to give the United States Army the institutional expertise to engage in guerrilla warfare?

I have performed no illegal acts. I have not even condoned an illegal act publicly. I’ve not revealed any classified information or tactics, techniques, and procedures. Everything I’ve written in this blog is available from open-sourced information. The difference is, since I have REAL-WORLD experience and professional education in this particular venue, I can share how to put that readily available information to effective use.

I signed multiple non-disclosure agreements when I received my security clearances. While I may disagree with much of what our information our government sometimes deems worthy of classification, I hold my integrity dear. I’m not going to violate those agreements, because I gave my word.

I’m not hiding, folks. I use a pseudonym, borrowing the name of a legendary American guerrilla leader, whose exploits are so renowned in military special operations circles, that his unit, despite being a Confederate Army unit is STILL considered part of the historical lineage of both the Ranger Regiment and Special Forces. There is nothing nefarious about that. It’s a common practice in literary circles. It’s a historical practice in SF unconventional warfare. It’s a small, token gesture to help protect the security of my family. If you define that as some sort of cowardice, or hiding, have a nice cup of fuck off and die.

I have, in the course of writing this blog, focused on security applications of small-unit, unconventional warfare. This is in no way, shape, or form, intended to discredit the importance of more “mundane” preparedness activities. In fact, this is arguably one of the least important elements of preparedness. kicked this old relic to the curb. If you had any doubts, look at the video footage of police response to the Occupy Wall Street protests, specifically in Oakland, California, and on the UC-Davis campus. I don’t care what your views are on the OWS movement. Even if you think, as I do, that they are mostly a bunch of spoiled, rotten, rich-kid, bourgeoisies socialists/communists/Marxists, as long as they are PEACEFULLY assembled, to petition the government about their grievances, they have the natural, human right to bitch and whine.

The typical argument I get from police officer friends that they were “breaking the law because they were on public property,” is a load of complete horseshit. What if the folks in Boston on 16DEC1773 had decided, “Well, standing on this street corner is against the law, so we’re going to just disperse like the soldiers/cops are telling us to?” To this day, particularly in regard to the O.C. attack on the protestors seated on the campus sidewalk by uniformed LEOs, I believe those students would have been completely justified, morally, in standing up and kicking the ever-loving-dogshit out of the officers doing the spraying. “The officers were in fear of their safety!” Bullshit! I’ve been in fear of my safety. I’ve seen others in fear of their safety. Those Stasi-wannabe stormtroopers were not at all in fear of their safety. They reveled in the chance to assault those “dirty, smelly, hippies,” with no threat of repercussions.
The Bill of Rights and Timing
If you’re the type of neo-conservative idiot that thinks the NRA is the savior of America, because they are “fighting the good fight” and “if we lose the second amendment, we’ll lose all of our rights,” then you’re a fucking moron. Besides, the others, like the second, are already gone.
“A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”
Yeah, we’re going to come back to this one. Consider this however, as you read the rest of this article….I consider the Second Amendment to be the LEAST important of the ten amendments in the BoR.
“No soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.”
Okay, so there’s ONE that they haven’t shit on yet. I’m sure it’s coming though. Besides, with all the electronic eavesdropping authorized by the USA PATRIOT ACT, who gives a shit about this one? They already know what we’re thinking.
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
Warrantless searches under the “Terry Frisk” doctrine; delayed notice search warrants under USA PATRIOT ACT; the NDAA 2012, and now the “revelations” of NSA spying on well…pretty much everything you do…. if you have any doubts about the demise of the fourth amendment, you’re a fucking retard, and need to quit reading right  now. Still worried about the Second Amendment? Who cares if your right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed if body-armor equipped thugs can kick in your door in the middle of the night and take the guns without even having proof “beyond a reasonable doubt” that you are going to use those guns to commit mala en se crimes? It’s pretty pointless, isn’t it? But hey, for all you NRA/Neo-Con RKBA sheep out there….remember, as long as you’ve got your second amendment rights, the Republic lives on! Dumbasses.
“No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service in time of war or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation.”
This one is dead in the water as well. I’ve read the Constitution several times, as I worked on earning an undergrad and a post-graduate degree in American History. Treason is a capital offense, constitutionally. So, despite Mitt Romney’s morally-corrupt, cowardly, sell-out protestations during the 16JAN2012 GOP primary debate in South Carolina to the contrary, the NDAA provisions are blatantly unconstitutional. The mere passage and acceptance of this bill, with the relevant provisions included is a declaration of war on the Constitution.
When I was a young soldier and bitched about infringements on the Constitution and the need for the citizenry to be armed, my grandmother, God love her, agreed with me, but vehemently defended the belief that we must abide by the rule of law to effect changes. The rule of law no longer exists in this nation, since the very federal government that was formed by the compact between the several states is violating that contract….But hey, we’ve still got our second amendment rights!
“In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.”
You’ve got a right to a speedy trial, and to be confronted with the witnesses against you…unless some government bureaucrat or jack-booted thug in a mask decides that you are an “enemy” “terrorist.” In that case? You get grabbed out of your sleep, in your own bed, have your arms cranked behind your back and flex-cuffs slapped on, a bag thrown over your head, and shipped off to some middle eastern shit-hole to be tortured by our “allies”, for as long as it takes to coerce a confession out of you, even if it’s a false confession of things you never even considered.That’s okay though, because you still have your second amendment rights…right? None of that other shit matters.
“In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.”
You remember that whole trial by jury idea? It’s so 18th century! Instead, today, under the NDAA and “USA PATRIOT Act,” if you do ever get a trial, it’s going to be by a military tribunal, with no witnesses for the defense. Oh, and you remember the whole right to counsel thing too, right? You don’t need counsel, you’re already guilty. I mean, after all, the intelligence agencies and military are never wrong, and they would not have suspected you of enemy activity if they didn’t have ample proof, right? They NEVER make mistakes and kick in the wrong door while serving a drug raid warrant! Nope, the government has NEVER made a mistake. After all, it’s the government. They know everything, about everyone. That was the point of the USA PATRIOT ACT. Well, wasn’t it?But, as long as you’ve got your second amendment rights, life will continue to be a Bob Marley song…”every little t’ing…gonna be alright now….”
“Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.”
Whether you believe that waterboarding or other “enhanced interrogation methods” are torture or not, under the previously accepted standards of American jurisprudence, it certainly falls under the category of cruel and unusual punishments…but that’s okay, because if you’ve been accused of being a terrorist, you don’t count anyway.
Strapping a guy to a chair, then pepper-spraying him and repeatedly hitting him with a Taser would, at one time, have been considered cruel and unusual punishment in the United States of America. Not anymore.But, well, you’ve still got your second amendment rights…right?
“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”
Hey, that’s cool! The federals are still adhering to this one. I mean after all, you’ve got the right to have all of your health care needs paid for by other taxpayers; you’ve got the right to have an abortion because you’re ignorant hooker ass went and put out to some dumbass at a frat-house party and didn’t make him put a condom on; you’ve got the right to have a 72-inch television and satellite coverage, and a laptop with wi-fi internet, even though you’ve never held a job in your life and collect welfare and food-stamps to feed your eight illegitimate children. Yep, they are definitely living up to this one, so that’s cool. Hell, who needs the second amendment?
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
Who cares about states’ rights? The South fucking lost, man! Get over it, already. I mean, states’ rights are so 19th century! Everyone knows that the only people who care about states’ rights are those bigoted, primitive rednecks clinging to their guns and religion! It’s simple logic! We only need the rights the federal government grants us.
Who cares if the federal government maintains “ownership” of some 75-80% of ground in the western states? It’s all about protecting those assets for the common good…well, and of course, the use of big business. That’s cool though, because the federals can use the tax dividends from the companies to pay for more programs that “benefit” the poor, regardless of how efficient those big businesses’ accountants are at minimizing the tax liability. God bless (crony) capitalism!Besides, who cares about states’ rights? We’ve still, by God, got our guns, thanks to the second amendment!
So, let’s back up a minute, and look at the second amendment that the NRA is doing such as splendid job of “protecting.”
“A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”
While the Supreme Court of the United States has deigned to recognize the individual rights view of this amendment in the last several years, it was at best, half-assed. Basically, while you have an individual right to own firearms, the local governments can still subject you to “reasonable” restrictions, regardless of how unreasonable you feel those restrictions are.
Despite the idea, verbalized by that same Supreme Court in U.S. v. Miller, that the entire point of the second amendment was to protect the right of the citizenry to possess and use military-type weapons suitable for militia duty, you cannot manufacture or own a NEW automatic weapon in the United States today. If you want an OLD one, you’ll pay a ridiculously exorbitant price due to the artificial, government-imposed lack of supply. Free market capitalism and the rights of the people to defend themselves from tyranny? Fuck the people!
As far as that goes, your right to BEAR arms is infringed upon daily in all but four states: Vermont, Alaska, Arizona, and Wyoming. Everywhere else, if you want to carry your weapon, concealed on your person (you know, where it might actually be useful?), you have to ask your betters for a permission slip first (Do NOT give me that “I live in a ‘shall-issue’ state!” horseshit!  A permit, by definition is “permission.” You ASK for permission.).
Yeah, so that whole, “we’ve got to elect a GOP candidate to the presidency” because Obama is going to take our gun rights away? At this point in my life, I will say, and stand by the statement, that if you use that line, you are a fucking retard, and don’t deserve any firearms. In fact, you should probably get rid of any firearms that you do own, before you hurt yourself.
If you are reading this blog, and are hung up on the “let’s protect our second amendment rights” horseshit, do me a favor, don’t bother reading it anymore. Boys and girls, you don’t need government permission or protection to possess any of these rights. The entire idea behind the Bill of Rights was that these are NATURAL, God-given, unalienable human rights, shared by all men by virtue of their birth as human beings. They may not be protected by the government anymore, but you still possess these rights. You just need to exercise them.
Stand up, grab a handful of scrotum, and MAN THE FUCK UP!
Nous Defions,
John Mosby

Somewhere in the mountains.

  1. Eric permalink

    If I weren’t a man, I just might have a man-crush over you. Lovin’ it. Thanks for your service (past, present, and hopefully a long future).

  2. Michael D Young permalink

    I’ve been hearing the ‘2nd Amendment protects all the others’ thing for a long time, and I had never considered the inherent problem with that idea: the exercise of the 2nd to win back the ones you gave up is a very difficult step to take, and the one of last resort. By then, you have no choice…
    Thankyou for your thoughts, sir. Your blog is fascinating reading, and is giving me much to consider in terms of shaling my thinking on the whole concern of what to do now that so much is already lost….
    Know that, though I am Canadian, I do not observe events south of the 49th with detachment and bemusement. My American cousins are affecting what happens here to great extent, and the time is coming when, I suspect, we shall have to hang together, else we shall surely hang separately.

  3. Fireman Matt permalink

    I recently found your site and love it! I agree with all of your precepts, and profoundly thank you for not only your service and sacrifice to our country, but your unwaivering patriotism as well. I think people like you and JWR are spot on. While your angst towards the cowards behind no-name keyboards who spew rhetoric garbage at you is completely justified (I often get the same treatment) and you have every right to put people in their place (Lord knows with your knowledge and experience you’ve EARNED it!), perhaps you could dial back on the profaneness of your writing. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t set the record straight (as you very clearly have), but in my humble opinion you could accomplish the same objective without F-bombs and the such. Again, you have my unconditional support and I earnestly look forward to your postings. Semper Fidelis!

  4. Joseph Waner permalink

    I’m Just Curious, Why take a reactive stance to the forthcoming collapse? why not be proactive?

  5. Adam permalink

    John, can I get permission to copy and save all of your writings so I will have a hard copy and can share with others?

  6. Jason permalink

    Over the past year, I have learned a ton from your site and it has opened my eyes. I can’t afford a training session yet but would like to be able to pay a ‘subscription’ fee to you for your efforts in posting this blog – is there a way to send you paypal or ??


  7. Joe permalink

    I can help you with the battery situation, how can I get you my contact info. WyomingSolarGuy.

  8. John permalink

    Awesome! With or without the fucking F-bombs! ;)

  9. Hoov permalink

    I found your site last week and am very intrigued. I have never been accused of political correctness, either. I have been in the firearms business for 10 years or so and sometimes can be gruff when people say “I don’t want to carry one in the chamber, it’s not safe.” Usually, I think sheeple and suggest they take up knitting. I enjoy this blog and hope that things settle down and you come back to Oklahoma to offer training classes. My friends that took your classes said best ever.

  10. John Mosby, please tell us how you really feel about that “person”, don’t hold back, you are among friends you can be plain spoken with us. You might like Ann Barnhrdt’s response to a death threat.

  11. My name is Jesse and I’m a Casting Director at Firecracker Films, a British television production company based in the USA.

    We are doing a full-length documentary series that deals with all aspects of “militia life” from training to family to fun, for a major network. I am trying to find interesting subjects for the show. Essentially, we’re looking for some great and true Americans with passionate beliefs and interesting ways of life that could help us show a different lifestyle that is often underrepresented or skewed by the media. Do you think you could help with this John?

    • Don’t get offended, but not only no, but fuck no. Sorry. Thanks for the offer of fame and fortune though, and have a nice day.

      • Aesop permalink

        Good call.
        Another casting director with the same outfit recently hit on Commander Zero, which letter he posted w/in the last month on his blog site.
        These guys are trolling for people to put in the sideshow, for real bottom-dwelling Fly By Night cable show(s).

  12. Bill K. permalink

    Nicely stated on all counts. Thank you for your service to this great country and for your current efforts as well from an old Viet Nam vet, 05B20.

  13. What’s up Dear, are you really visiting this website regularly, if so then you will definitely take fastidious knowledge.

  14. This is good shit, Bro. From an old 12B4S, you got it going on! Just like they taught us, way back when. I think you may be a younger generation than I. JFK did a good thing back when.

    • P.S.: If you ever find yourself in North Texas, let me know, I’ll put a pot of coffee on!

  15. Hi there! I realize this is kind of off-topic but I had to ask.
    Does managing a well-established website like yours require a massive
    amount work? I’m brand new to writing a blog but I do write in my diary on a daily basis. I’d like to start a blog so
    I can easily share my experience and feelings online.
    Please let me know if you have any suggestions or tips
    for brand new aspiring bloggers. Appreciate it!

  16. John T Collard permalink

    Great information and organization. I live in SW Colorado between Pagosa Springs and Durango. I ETS’d from the Army 18OCT2010. MOS 68W30M6P3. Served my beloved country through three campaigns in Iraq and seven years of service total. I was and will always be an NCO (SSG). I am interested in getting to know some old Soldiers and Marines with a like mind and spirit. I love my country and wish to uphold the Constitution of The United States of America for the rest of my life. I am a medical professional and taught many combat lifesaver courses and combat casualty care courses in my day. I inadvertently discovered this sight and appreciate the great knowledge, professionalism, and commitment involved. Thank you for your upfront approach to the extremist, irrational web trolls. As I read through this blog it is not only the 2nd amendment, but the entire constitution and all amendments that are being thieved as we breathe.

    Never ready…Always prepared
    John C

  17. Swordsmyth permalink

    Just found you through the Paratus Familia blog. Thank you for your blog. I have been here reading all morning and you have filled in numerous gaps for me.

    Thank you for standing up and sharing your functional knowledge with those who are seeking.

    “Those who expect to reap the blessings of liberty, must like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it!” Thomas Paine

    Peace and blessings….


  18. Awesome words of wisdom, from Walking the Walk!
    Experience earns the rites of passage to truly KNOW that which he speaks, and not just blather words.
    Thank you for your service and for all you do today.

  19. Harold G. Lowry permalink

    I sent you an email about training the other day. Just wondering if you received it?

  20. Harold G. Lowry permalink

    I just sent it again. I sent it to Is this the right address?

  21. I have recently begun following your blogs, a bit of confusion with the two of them. Anyway I find your information top notch and provided a link from my own website “every citizen a soldier.” I am a firm believer in the everyone prepared and trained idea and have been active on the internet since 2005 trying to do my part nationally rather than just individually. My friends and I work hard on our site. I recently added a link to your site as a believe we should try to spread the best information as far and wide as possible. You need not reciprocate, but it would be nice. Please check my website and let me know what you think.

  22. great put up, very informative. I ponder why the other experts of this sector do not understand this.
    You must continue your writing. I’m confident, you’ve a huge readers’ base already!

  23. O.C. permalink

    Mr. J.Mosby, Sir. What is your relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ? Please don’t tell me this has nothing to do with what you do. It had everything to do with what George Washington did and with what MANY/most of our founding fathers did. The courtesy of a reply would be appreciated. Thank you! O.C.

    • As I stated in the email that was presumably also from you (since the verbiage was almost identical), I will not discuss this. My conviction is that a person’s beliefs are their own concern, between them and their Creator.

  24. in my opinion, it doesn’t have anything to do with anything related to this blog. Since the 1st amendment protects religious rights, it’s guaranteed that anyone, can believe any way they wish. And the 2nd amendment is there to guarantee this.

  25. RangerRick permalink

    Finally got to meet John in person along with his 6 and family. What a wonderful time that was. A true Patriot, a man who loves his Country- what is left of it, and a man who tries to teach others how to soldier. It was a Honor sir, to meet another Snake Eater who lives the life of great men that have come before us. Giving all that you have from the heart. Blessings to the family.

    Be Prepared – Be Prayerful – Be Thankful – You are still an American

    RangerRick-Other side of the mountains

  26. I look forward to someday meeting you in person, if we haven’t already. When your travels bring you back near Ft. Bragg, you will have an SFFOB at your disposal. Keep in touch.

  27. Good Stuff, but how does going to jail for a concealed weapon help restore freedom? How does not paying taxes and going to jail help restore freedom? The 14th amendment is no more law than the 2nd Amendment permission slip (CCW) laws on the book, anyone not paying taxes?

    Man-up and go to jail or play by the rules until the rounds of revolution start flying?

    If the people are not behind you, becoming a martyr (incarcerated or black bagged) is unproductive don’t you think?

    • Except since everyone plays by the rules, new rules keep getting added. It’s called civil disobedience.

      • And if a few do it alone, it’s called divide and conquer. So how disobedient are you? Do you have a permissive driver’s license? Pay taxes? Carry a concealed weapon without permission?

        “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.”

        Why are you and all the other patriots NOT marching on DC to free Kokesh or to set a bail amount?

        I’m not just busting your balls, I really want to know? You can use any story of the day to exercise civil disobedience, I have not seen any yet?

  28. Frank Pinelander permalink

    Yes, I’ve been to Pineland, repeatedly, as an auxiliary, was also HEAVILY involved with The Resister, and am friends with the editor of same.

    I see much of him in what you are doing.

    Most do not, and never will, know how much that publication changed the political dynamic.

    I wish you well.

  29. Dennis permalink


    Out of curiousity I wonder what you think of this; For the record I feel this is sort of off.

  30. Tom new email: permalink

    Airborne. Excellent.

    They recently had grade schoolers before dismissal from school be required to kneel until the principle told them to arise…

    A foretaste of what is to come. They have now discontinued the kneeling before dismissal. Outraged parents.

    To stand for God , the Constitution, and what is right let alone prepared now makes all who believe extremists terrorists!!!

    Read: Bringing Down America An FBI informant with the FBI by Larry Grathwohl as told to Frank Regan yet from the 1970’s to 2013 now who is called a domestic terrorist and who in the government aided that effort…

  31. Dan permalink

    ALL RIGHT, ALL RIGHT, ALL RIGHT. I have been spending a lot of time (to much time according to my wife) on this blog sight. I love AND really fucking hate it. I love all the man up and grab your nut sack commentary. Very motivating. ON THE OTHER HAND every damn time there is a description of some jack ass that needs to die just to thin the gene pool, well it really sucks to admit…but your pretty much describing me. I am not taking it personally. I am a truck driver with a family. I just want someone to fix the fucking dictionary portion of this blog site, so I can figure out how to get my self from being “the ten that shouldn’t be there” too possibly lower portion of the “10 that are warriors. What the fuck does “DNS server not responding” mean?

  32. Holy crap do I feel silly. Nice job though and a great read. Giving up on the 2A is tough but I see your point. Guess i’ll hang in cognitive dissidence for a little while longer.

  33. Dan permalink

    I just want to say thanks to hh6 and yourself. I found your post about 6 months ago. Its been a life changer for me. I was the typical couch potato whining everyday about those damn San Fransiscan zombies taking over everything. Your grab your nut sack commentary is very motivating. But what has helped me the most is your raw honesty. I was not looking at myself correctly or honestly. Just so hh6 knows. I was once an ugly 250 lbs. I am now down to 220. Thanks to P90 X. The army P.T. charts were pretty blank for a guy my age. I took some advice on hand guns from your site and bought a sig 226, joined a private shooting range and am enjoying the sport of practical shooting a bunch. Great comradery, and a perfect place to recruit. I even got into my first fist fight (and it wasn’t over lunch money). I am digressing. Just wanted to say thanks.

  34. Just found your blog. I wasn’t a Ranger or a Green Beanie, but I spent 16 years in the Army as a Combat Medic/OR Tech, Veterinary Technician/Food Inspector, M-1 Abrams Commander and a Mike Pappa. Yeah I know WTF, right? Its amazing what you can do with a fm4187, and 8 years in the Reserves.
    I had a lot of friends in SF/Rangers, mostly 5th Group and Choking Chickens. I come from a family of Service Members. My Father was career Navy, 2 Bros. that were zoomies and my sister and I are Hooah.
    I agree with what you say, and truly believe that we are at a tipping point with our country. We need people like you to open the eyes of our fellow Americans so that they can see what is truly happening in our country. Thanks Brother for all you’ve done for us and for what you’re doing now.

  35. gorn55 permalink

    the true, original patriot did not just lay down and take what their government gave them. they questioned, and when they found wrong, they fought. I love this country and I love living in it, that is why i cant agree with whats going on. thanks for everything Sir. I am your student.

  36. Sentinel permalink


    We often hear people say, “The First Amendment gives me the right to say…” or “The Second Amendment gives me the right to have…”

    Both statements are contradictory to the purpose of the Bill of Rights and the founding principles of America.

    America was founded under the principle that we, as citizens, were endowed with certain rights, unlike in other countries, where rights are dispensations from the government. It’s what makes America unique.

    Outside the realm of jurisprudence, The Bill of Rights does not confer any rights to the individual, nor does it empower the Federal Government any degree of oversight. Quite the contrary, each of the Amendments that comprise the Bill of Rights is a stricture against the Federal Government, binding and limiting its power.

    The Second Amendment states:

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

    Many who oppose the ownership of firearms by private citizens make the claim that citizens are only permitted firearms when in service of the Militia. That’s a bass-ackwards reading of the Amendment. When the Amendment is properly read, it is obvious that it is the Militia that is dependent on the people’s right, rather than the people’s right being dependent on the Militia. Furthermore, from the words of the Amendment itself, it is also obvious that the right of the people to bear arms preceded any militia involvement and even the Constitution itself.

    Those who favor stricter gun-control legislation, point to the phrase, “A well regulated militia…” as license for the Federal Government to intervene and “regulate” the private ownership of firearms. This is a deliberate misreading perpetrated by those wishing to advance their agenda. The word “regulate”, in respect to the Second Amendment, is more closely akin to “trained, equipped and disciplined”, as affirmed in David McCullough’s historical novel, “1776”.

    “The day’s orders form Sullivan deplored the disorter and unsoldierly behavior displayed in the camps in the eve of battle. Yet soldiers were here, there, and everyswhere, strollin about as if on holiday, some of them miles from the lines. “Carts and horses driving every way among the amry, ” wrote Philip Fithian. “Men marching out and coming in… Small arms and field pieces continually firing. All in tumult.”

    “The contrast between such disorder and flagrant disregard for authority and the perfectly orchestrated landing By Howe’s troops could not have been more pronounced.”

    “Arriving at Brooklyn, Washington was outraged by what he saw, and in a letter written later in the day, he lectured Old Put (Gen. Israel Putnam) as he might the greenest lieutenant. All “irregularities” must cease at once. “The distinction between a well regulated army and a mob is the good order and discipline of the first, and the licentious and disorderly behavior of the latter.” (Simon & Schuster; page 161)

    Furthermore, to use “regulate”, as in to “control the limits of” would be contradictory to the phrase, “shall not be infringed” that resides within the same sentence.

    And finally, the purpose of the “Bill of Rights”, as intended by the framers of the Constitution, puts regulation of the private ownership of firearms out of the purview of the Federal Government.

    No, the Second Amendment didn’t give you the right, according to the principles on which America was founded, you already had the right.

    Sentinel (DARoberts)

    • No shit? We’ve discussed this in depth.

      And for the record, I actually don’t believe in “natural inalienable rights.” I believe that you have the rights you are strong enough to exercise.

  37. Sentinel permalink

    “No shit?”

    Since you asked, no, no shit.

    “We’ve discussed this in depth.”

    I appoligize. I have only recently stumbled upon your blog, and was unaware that the subject had been discussed to the “depth” that no further comment was welcome. I was under the impression that the “comments section” was for reader participation.

    “And for the record, I actually don’t believe in “natural inalienable rights.” I believe that you have the rights you are strong enough to exercise.”

    I understand. The concept of inalienable rights is really only a theory. But, it is a theory that the American government is supposed to abide by. And you’re not alone, there are many places around the world where the people don’t believe in inalienable rights. Cuba, China, North Korea to name a few. As I said earlier, it’s what makes America unique.


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