Several bloggers, (yours truly included) have gone through the effort to provide for informational purposes only a collection of manuals and papers that include improvised weaponry among many other interesting subjects. Any Freedom-loving citizen should at least give a reading to whatever is available out there and just keep it in the back of his/her mind or in any appropriate memory storage device.

You never know when you will need this info.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “So many lessons people need to learn from Ukraine.”
  1. One thing comes to mind: Why is the government calling the citizens to arms? Isn’t that, you know, the job of the government so the citizens do not have to take up arms?

    Also throwing Molotovs on tanks is dirty business and exactly the thing the Russians encountered in the past and took into consideration – they even developed vehicles for exactly this kind of fighting – so I would say that the Government is pulling a Hamas on its citizens and hoping for dead civilians to generate international support.

    1. Agree of the dirty business on tanks. My preference is homemade napalm against soft vehicles and personnel.
      Even tanks if you get to hit the optics/heat sensing package.

  2. That’s the first time I’ve seen a Basque tweet, and I wonder how that got into a discussion about the Ukraine war.

  3. Looking at that photo of the tank, I’m struggling to figure out what a couple of the highlighted areas are.

    On the front profile the upper ones are the sensors, but what’s the lower one?

    And on the side profile, what is the target by the rear wheel? I can’t imagine a Molotov would do much of anything to that drive wheel itself so there’s something else there?

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