THE STRATEGIC PICTURE
Strategy and tactics are inter-related. It is important to understand the relationship between them. ManyEnglish-speakers use both words interchangeably, so those of you with no military science orientationmight have no idea what these words mean.I offer the following over-simplified analogies for those who are confused: Tactics are what you use towin a battle, strategy is what you use to win a war. In football, a power-sweep is a tactic; no-huddleoffense is a strategy. In boxing, clenching is a tactic; rope-a-dope is a strategy.Please don't take any of the above examples too literally. There are a thousand arguments against anyone of them. All I'm trying to get across is that both are equally important, yet
tactics are a component of strategy
. You might call tactics a
strategy. To more clearly understand tactics, go toTHETACTICAL PICTURE.Let's take a look at our stratigic situation:Our enemy (UN/NWO forces, including the US Military) is a conventional force. Numerically they have
superiority. Their land forces have air support, artillery of every variety, veteranintelligence-gathering units (equipped with spy-satellites, heat-imaging devices and every other scientifically possible contraption). They have supply. They have the land, air and naval power to project their troops anywhere on Earth. They have medics and field hospitals. They have popular support (which, among other things, augments their awesome intelligence-gathering capability). In North America (which is all we can afford to worry about), either directly or indirectly, they controlevery major resource--water, food, industry, heat, electricity, information, fuel, etc.What type of force is the Patriot Resistance? Our active numbers are unknown but probably less than amillion right now. We have no air support or artillery. Our intelligence-gathering apperattus is well-dispersed but crude, vulnerable, and sometimes inaccurate (this will only get worse as the powder getsthick). We have no supply. The only means available to us to project our forces are limited, haphazard,and vulnerable. We have no field hospitals and only the most rudimentary medical skills/equipment. Weare not a conventional fighting force.The only type of warfare in which the Patriot Resistance can be effective is guerilla. We must planstrategy and adjust our thinking accordingly. Non-nuclear wars are won by taking and holding key terrain and resources. The breakdown of our situation above should tell you that we can't hope to accomplish this by fighting pitched, decisive battlesagainst the NWO. Especially since the enemy already controls this nation's key resources. The onlymethod open for us to capture those key resources and terrain is one which has been used by many anunderdog throughout history. The Russians employed it against Napoleon, the Americans employed itagainst the British, Muhammed Ali used it against George Foreman (and virtually everyone else he ever knocked out). It entails making your enemy wear himself out pursuing you, trying to destroy you (and inmany cases coming awful close). Then when your enemy is exhausted, starving, weak and careless, youmove in to speed his self-destruction, taking little bites out of him wherever possible, carving him up piecemeal (like what's been happening to our Constitution).