Posted BY: D. Parker
“We’re surrounded. That simplifies our problem.”
Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller of the United States Marine Corps uttered the above words during the Korean War’s battle of Chosin Reservoir as Puller’s marines found themselves surrounded by 120,000 enemy troops under the command of Mao Tse-tung.
We’re being made to feel like we’re in a similar situation: “surrounded”. Yet, the opposing forces aren’t nearly as overwhelming because we make up the majority — the anti-freedom forces of the far-left are better known as the tyrannical ten percent. But if you look back in time, that’s usually how they play their little scam on the rest of society. As in every other slow-motion coup down through history, they take over the means of communication, the media, and the government indoctrination system — the schools — to make it seem like they have total control.
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So, it’s time to fight back with what we’re calling cultural guerrilla warfare, using asymmetric tactics. With our advantages versus their disadvantages, we can push back against what they’re trying to do to our country. Keep in mind that this isn’t the first time a small far-left minority tried to take over a society with these kinds of underhanded maneuvers.