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Insurrection and Violence - A Citizen’s Guide

In his “It’s the Ballgame” memo to the conservative movement, CHQ Chairman Richard A Viguerie made the case that the future of our constitutional republic hangs in the balance in the 2020 election. In his article “America Slides into a New Civil War” David Franke reviewed today’s political situation and made the case that a pent-up political bubble has burst and revolution in the form of civil war has come to America, and in “Unconventional Warfare – The Democrat Plan To Oust Trump” we outlined the likely initial Phase Lines and tactics the Left will use in that civil war.

If those analyses are accurate – and we wouldn’t post them and put our names on them if we didn’t think they are – then what can you, the patriotic American who believes in constitutional liberty and the values of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness do to protect yourself, your family and our country?

One answer to that complex question is to download and read “Insurrection and Violence - A Citizen’s Guide” from our friends at and then follow the advice they have assembled from experienced and proven analysts on intelligence, crime, politics, revolutionary warfare, history, survival, and trauma medicine.

Insurrection and Violence - A Citizen’s Guide” will equip you with many important tools for the work and dangers ahead, but perhaps the book’s most important contribution to surviving and defeating the coming revolutionary unrest is in the Chapter 2 analysis of the current situation which explains who constitutes the enemy in this civil war.

As the authors explain, it is not just BLM, ANTIFA or criminal gangs, we are under attack by an ‘insurgency syndicate’ employing unconventional warfare tactics. And this North American Insurgency Syndicate (NAIS) is currently gaining strength and they are on the offensive.

The point of this chapter-length analysis is to increase your “situational awareness.” The book describes the current situation in the United States – that we are at a critical point where the NAIS is successfully exploiting a national emergency to rapidly gain strength. The authors provide a synopsis of the various and disparate insurgent organizations and movements that are involved in direct-action violence, harassment, agitation, and social media attacks.

Then the authors explore the syndicate structure. At the tactical level, the NAIS relies upon self-organizing groups of insurgents united for insurrection. The syndicate, waging unconventional warfare with new and innovative tactics, intends to change or overthrow the government.

At the strategic level, the authors make the case that a clandestine organization has formed. It has built a hidden infrastructure with a shadow government, financial structure, political operations, media outreach, and international engagement. They have infiltrated counter-state, underground operatives into most federal, state and local government institutions. The NAIS is using a determined and effective strategy with a tactical ground fight, unrestricted political warfare, and unmatched information operations.

The authors also discuss the support that is required for the NAIS to be successful, and the support they are now receiving. Non-profit, charitable, and other entities are used to distribute funds to the NAIS. This is accomplished by washing money through multiple layers of numerous, geographically dispersed, and legitimate organizations.

In addition to domestic funding, the authors also demonstrate that the NAIS is receiving international support. Both China and Russia are involved because they directly benefit from U.S. instability.

Even if you disagree with the assessment of the situation presented in Chapter 2 of the book, stay the course; and take a close look at Chapters 3 and 4, you will find valuable information designed to keep you and your loved ones safe and in Chapter 5 is a valuable list of resources to help equip you to navigate the days ahead.

You may be tempted to ask yourself if this is real, or just another conspiracy theory. “Insurrection and Violence - A Citizen’s Guide” lays out the facts and analysis that unmask the insurgency groups – some following communist ideology, some socialist, some anarchy, and some a confusing cocktail of all three ideologies. And the authors explain why this is different from the 1960s student uprisings and why it poses a significantly greater danger.

History provides many examples of past insurgent organizations with Marxist-Leninist-Maoist ideology where they fully or partially achieved their end state. These revolutions either overthrew the government, pushed leaders out of office, or forced the government to the negotiation table. In all of those cases, the existing government and its underlying institutions and structure were significantly or fundamentally altered.

This is the goal of Democrats and their NAIS allies, and the November 3, 2020 election is merely a Phase Line in that insurrection.

This book by Unconstrained Analytics is a guide for all citizens that are concerned with the chaos and violence occurring on the streets of America, regardless of political outlook. Though much of the violence clearly has political intent and purpose, “Insurrection and Violence - A Citizen’s Guide” is not a political tract. The goal of the book is to explain the violence, who is perpetrating it, and give readers information on how to avoid becoming a victim.

  • 2020 Election

  • anarchists

  • anti-government

  • antifa

  • Communists

  • crime

  • Department of Homeland Security

  • Department of Justice

  • Federal Protection Service

  • history

  • Homeland Security

  • Intelligence

  • Million Muslim Votes summit

  • Muslim Brotherhood

  • North American Insurgency Syndicate (NAIS)

  • politics

  • Rep. Karen Bass

  • Revolutionary Communist Party

  • revolutionary warfare

  • Secretary Chad Wolf

  • survival

  • trauma medicine

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