Leaderless Resistance

Now that The Second World War is safely over men can look back and reminisce. War stories age well for some. The Maquisards, of France are now heroes of the Resistance rather than criminals on the run from a vicious government. Now we have half of the equation with a criminal government; one created by infiltration rather than invasion but criminal none the less. One might think that the right response is resistance and that is where leaderless resistance makes sense.

Having leaders means having organization, communications and supply lines. It means being vulnerable to infiltration. The BNP have already been penetrated by the BBC who are a gang of communist subversives. It is certain that the party is spied on by MI5, which claims that the current threat state is Severe due to Islamics and Irish. Being leaderless also means being cut off from training and intelligence but when the enemy is oppressing people it providing the motivation which suggests responses.

Leaderless Resistance exWiki
Is explained by the Wikipedia so it must be respectable. They seem keen on left wing operations because the left is driven by hate.
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Leaderless resistance (or phantom cell structure) is a political resistance strategy in which small, independent groups (covert cells) challenge an established adversary such as a government. Leaderless resistance can encompass anything from non-violent disruption and civil disobedience to bombings, assassinations and other violent agitation. Leaderless cells lack bidirectional, vertical command links and operate without hierarchal command.

Given the simplicity of the strategy, leaderless resistance has been employed by a wide-range of movements, from terrorist and hate groups through to social movements such as the animal rights movement and radical environmental movement. It has also been used by anti-corporate and anti-abortion activists.
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Hate groups in this context means anyone the left do not like and definitely includes nationalists. The others mentioned are different somehow.

 

Resistance In England
If the Wehrmacht had made it to England there would have been resistance and armed resistance at that. This source differs from what I know about them.

 

Leaderless Resistance
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The concept of Leaderless Resistance was proposed by Col. Ulius Louis Amoss, who was the founder of International Service of Information Incorporated, located in Baltimore, Maryland. Col. Amoss died more than fifteen years ago, but during his life was a tireless opponent of communism, as well as a skilled Intelligence Officer. Col. Amoss first wrote of Leaderless Resistance on April 17, 1962. His theories of organization were primarily directed against the threat of eventual Communist take-over in the United States. The present writer, with the benefit of having lived many years beyond Col. Amoss, has taken his theories and expounded upon them. Col. Amoss feared the Communists. This author fears the federal government. Communism now represents a threat to no one in the United States, while federal tyranny represents a threat to everyone .
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Louis Beam was a sound man which is why the Wiki people don't like him.

 

Louis Beam
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The concept of leaderless resistance was reportedly developed by Col. Ulius Louis Amoss, an alleged U.S. intelligence officer, in the early 1960s. An anti-communist, Amoss saw leaderless resistance as a backup for the possibility of a Communist seizure of the United States. The concept was revived and popularized in an essay published by the anti-government Ku Klux Klan member Louis Beam in 1983 and again in 1992. Beam advocated leaderless resistance as a technique for white nationalists to continue the struggle against the U.S. government despite an overwhelming imbalance in power and resources. In the same year the Earth Liberation Front (ELF) was formed as an eco-resistance movement.
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Louis is still around it seems. He did two tours in Vietnam.

 

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