Earlier this spring I posted an introduction to a new series I was going to start which would focus on my own personal preparation for the impending war in Europe.
It got sidetracked however with all the rigors and busyness of daily life that we can all relate to. This was unfortunate of course because I think everyone who will read this can also relate to the impulse for the series. It is maddening reading about Europe every day, and seeing the lands our ancestors sprang forth from being destroyed purposefully and horrifically. I’m not even physically there to see the horrors in person and yet it still pains me beyond words. We hear reports the the mass-rape of young White British girls (many pre-pubescent) is still going on on an industrial scale in Rotherham and the rest of Britain. We are told that the same policeman aren’t investigating it or doing anything to help, that potential whistleblowers are still afraid of being called racist lest they try to stop what’s going on, that the same Labour politicians are covering it up and the same Tory politicians ignoring it. Across the continent SJW-nutjob fanatics continue to lobby for increased Muslim immigration, and in countries like the UK and Sweden regular people who dare question it are locked up for supposed ‘hate crimes’.
With all this being the case, how can one not want to go there and fight? How can one not fantasize about liberation and revenge? As an article that Dashui just brought to our attention suggests, those members of societies/tribes/cultures/etc who consider their personal identity and tribal identity to overlap to the requisite degree are called “Devoted Actors” and are the ones willing to fight and die for the survival and future of their respective groups. I consider myself to be such a “Devoted Actor” within our own civilizational struggle, and I think that countless other men across Europe and the Occident would say the same of themselves.
I can’t go to Europe today, and if I could there would be as of yet no war for me to fight in. But as a “Devoted Actor” I long for that day, and do everything in my power to prepare for it. I can try to move things in a direction that will allow me to eventually end up there, and leave me prepared to contribute once I am. That is the goal at least, and it burns inside of me with an untempered fierceness that is overwhelming and makes me half crazy. Writing about it and preparing for it are the only things that keep me sane.
This post then, and those that will follow it, are meant to be updates on that preparation.
I am basing my physical goals on the Army Ranger minimums, which are those activities and subsequent scores that qualify someone to try out for the Rangers. ‘Try out’ is the operative word, as the ‘recommended’ scores are even higher. I figure if I can get to the minimums though I will then work my way up to the ‘recommended’ later on.
Running: The Ranger’s minimum is a 15:00 two minute mile. I began running about a month ago, doing so when I wake up every morning. My day is based around waking up early (see this article), so this usually takes place around 500 or 530 am. It is always the first thing I do upon waking and a great way to start the day.
When I started I was quite out of shape, and could barely run for more than thirty yards at a time (that is a slight exaggeration but not much). I steadily improved every single day though, forcing another ten yards out of myself, until I was beginning to cover a decent amount of ground. I run the same stretch of neighborhood every day, and have now built up to running about .65 miles at a time without stopping, which takes me about 6:30. My intentions are to keep adding about ten more yards each day, and continuing that until I get to one mile a day. Then I will try to start running it in faster and faster times, working down to 7:30. This is half of the 15:00 two mile Ranger minimum, and once I can manage it then I will try to move it up to that level. As always, available free time is the biggest obstacle.
Pushups: The Ranger minimum is 50 pushups in 2:00. Because I have been lifting weights daily for the last two years I can already do that pretty easily (my best is 60-some), but am working my way up to the ‘recommended’ level of 85.
Situps: The Ranger minimum for these is 60 in 2:00, which I cannot do. As a result I am doing a 2:00 challenge every morning after my run, working my way up to that level.
Weight Training: I first became an obsessive weightlifter in high school, my entry into the practice coinciding with a normal teenage size explosion that caused me to go from 5’11” 145 lbs my Sophomore year to 6′ 221 lbs my Junior year. I essentially stopped after high school but got back into it in 2014. In 2015 I recomped 50 lbs, losing and gaining equal parts fat and muscle to add up to that number over the course of the year. Today, I lift weights twice per day 4 days per week, and have gotten my arms to 17.5 inches and my neck to 19 inches. I have not been ‘maxing out’ because of constraints in equipment (I lift at home), but am going to begin to do so soon.
Nutrition: I track every calorie that goes into my body on an app called ‘My Fitness Pal’. My macronutrient goal is 30% protein, 30% fat, and 50% carbs, trying to average around 4000 calories per day (trying to do a recomp/slight bulk right now).
Tactical and Weapons Training
Firearms: I have researched various firearms training classes where I live, and am planning on beginning one within the next two weeks.
Self-Defense: This area has had no focus and does not look to have focus added in the immediate future. Problem is lack of time. This is something I am seeking to overcome however, and I hope to have better updates on it in the future.
Tactical: I continue to read as many resources on 4th Generation Warfare, assymetric warfare, and similar topics as possible. Please send me anything to do with these subjects.
Personal and Political
Personal: I continue to engage in decision-making and long-term planning in such a way to move towards going to Europe, to prosecute for the break-out of war (before it is too late), and to be in a position to contribute in any way I can once war does break out.
Proselytization: My book, Fistfights With Muslims In Europe: One Man’s Journey Through Modernity, continues to sell at a pace far beyond that which I had hoped for before publishing it. It is on track to sell several thousand copies by the end of the year. This is of course in part because of the low price, but even so I am still grateful for its success, since that means more people are introduced to the war in Europe. I intend on continuing to market it in a variety of ways, and plan on writing more books in the future.
This site: I continue to post 3-4 articles per week on this site, but need to do far more. Despite that, I want to also take this as an opportunity to thank those who comment here, and send emails, and engage in this little community. Because of family and business obligations, I have not been able to dedicate the time to this site that I wish to and need to. I am 100% resolved to continue building it however. It is also immensely humbling to have individuals of such caliber who still follow it and visit it and take value from the articles. I will continue to attempt to reinvest all the time and money I can into the site, and attempt to do more and more with it to awaken normies and positively influence the situation in Europe in any ways possible.
Editor’s Note: If others are conducting their own similar preparation, or have ideas on the topic, please share them below!