CD Radio SitRep Internal Threats - Insurgency

CD Radio SitRep Internal Threats – Insurgency

In this episode, which is the first CD Radio SitRep (Situation Report), I cover the internal threat to our way of life as free Americans. This existential threat is the cultural Marxism we see causing violence in our streets, burning businesses and tearing down statues and threatening more violence if we don’t capitulate to their demands. This threat was well hidden, until recently, and is only now being exposed for all who wish to see it, will see it. Those who are too busy with life, will become victims of their own ignorance.

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Resources

 Re-Remembering the Mis-Remembered Left

Other document from Unconstrained Analytics Reports and Resources:

U.S. GOVERNMENT COUNTERINSURGENCY GUIDE

https://2009-2017.state.gov/documents/organization/119629.pdf

BLM’s Leftist Agenda Has Little to Do with Black Lives. Founders are Marxists
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8J68p5l-gjQ&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1XNGhGH_f-TbH1nkxjuHyuEzth_wvGGNydv1X13Erd6_mPeHrapnhZIWQ

Marxists founded Black Lives Matter

https://www.prageru.com/video/black-lives-matter-is-a-marxist-movement/

Definitions:

Defeat Mechanism: A defeat mechanism is a method through which friendly forces accomplish their mission against enemy opposition. Army forces at all echelons use combinations of four defeat mechanisms: destroy, dislocate, disintegrate, and isolate.

Political warfare is the use of political means to compel an opponent to do one’s will, based on hostile intent. The term political describes the calculated interaction between a government and a target audience, including another state’s government, military, and/or general population.

Normalcy bias, or normality bias, is a cognitive bias which leads people to disbelieve or minimize threat warnings. Consequently, individuals underestimate the likelihood of a disaster, when it might affect them, and its potential adverse effects.

Hegelianism is the philosophy of G. W. F. Hegel which can be summed up by the dictum that “the rational alone is real”, which means that all reality is capable of being expressed in rational categories. His goal was to reduce reality to a more synthetic unity within the system of absolute idealism.

Attack Narrative:

https://www.firstpersonpolitics.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Psychological-Profiling-Attack.pdf

Marxism:

Marxism believes that capitalism can only thrive on the exploitation of the working class. Marxism believes that there was a real contradiction between human nature and the way that we must work in a capitalist society. Marxism has a dialectic approach to life in that everything has two sides.

Maoism:

Maoism is the communist (a plan about how countries should work) idea created by the Chinese man Mao Zedong. Mao believed that peasants, not factory workers, should lead the communist revolution (change in government). … This created differences with communism in the USSR and Cuba.

Mass Line Strategy:

One of Mao Tsetung’s most important contributions to Marxism-Leninism is teaching on the mass line. Chairman Mao stressed in many of his writings the need for communists to have close ties to the masses and rely on them in everything.

In his important work, “Some Questions Concerning Methods of Leadership” (Selected Works, Vol. 3, pp. 117-122), Chairman Mao said that “to combine the leadership with the masses” was one of the methods which “we Communists must employ in whatever work we do.” He added that: “However active the leading group may be, its activity will amount to fruitless effort by a handful of people unless combined with the activity of the masses.”

Overton Window:

The Overton Window is a model for understanding how ideas in society change over time and influence politics. The core concept is that politicians are limited in what policy ideas they can support — they generally only pursue policies that are widely accepted throughout society as legitimate policy options. These policies lie inside the Overton Window. Other policy ideas exist, but politicians risk losing popular support if they champion these ideas. These policies lie outside the Overton Window.

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