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Addictions & Guerilla Warfare

Addictions make us predictable. Others being able to tell time by out habits makes us vulnerable.

One whiff of a cigarette or pot of coffee at an inopportune time and our hiding spot in time of war is exposed.

We can’t be out here, trying to force guerrilla warfare when our addictions wage war on our own bodies and our discipline. Perpetually seeking comfort and leftist guerrilla idolatry are fundamentally opposed.

We don’t necessarily need to be free of our comforts for revolution, but we do need to liberate ourselves from the habitual reactions and ways of thinking brought on by our comforts.

Until we can master that, or are willing to forgo as we go [and have any meaningful practice of already doing that], calling for violent revolution is stupid.


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