Saturday, April 10, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
- Entry to a system can be direct or indirect (through a variety of backdoor channels).
- Destruction occurs from the inside out.
- Extreme lethality for electronic components (and fuel systems).
- Repair is extremely difficult -- it requires high level systems analysis.
- Most systems are not hardened against microwave frequencies.
- Area attacks are possible.
- Insensitive to weather (rain, fog, etc.).
- Long reach depending on power used.
- Replenishment is easy (nothing except power is expended).
- Scalable size (a weapon that weighs less than 10 lbs is possible).
- Logistics are limited to battery/power source replacement.
- Limited collateral damage.
Saturday, December 26, 2009
During these times it is important the Oppressed People of this world know that they are not powerless and there is countless amounts of knowledge out there to share. It is important that this knowledge be shared. My purpose in helping the Children of Cyrus who believe in the freedom of democracy and life, is to help share the knowledge I have learned over the years and maybe, this knowledge will help them in their cause.
There are many centers of knowledge out there, but this link gives advance knowledge in the Art of Revolution. The website is called the "The Revolution Script." Few sites I have seen offer so much knowledge about the Art of Revolution and I am ashamed I did not post the link soon. I thank the other for their work for helping the struggle of the oppressed in this world.
The Revolutionary Script
I hope some of this information is not to late for my brethren. May God watch over you all.
Monday, November 30, 2009
Unarmed Self Defense Basics
Many of us are concerned about our safety when we are out on the street. Obtaining unarmed self-defense skills is necessary element of a street survival. Unlike various self-defense devices that might not be available at crucial moment, unarmed self-defense techniques always work and give you real confidence in your ability to succeed. Unarmed self-defense involves the use of "natural weapons" of your body, including the hands, elbows or knees - these are hard body surfaces that, when used correctly, can cause an attacker pain and damage. But the term "unarmed self-defense" isn't confined to only martial aspect - it involves various skills (mental and physical) used to survival - not only fighting techniques, but abilities to evade dangerous violent confrontations. In contrast to sport-oriented martial arts, the goal of self-defense is a survival, not winning. Knocking someone out of the way and escaping can achieve survival goal, however it will never allow you to win a competition. Your primary goal - not getting hurt/injured or to minimize your injuries. Even if you're facing single unarmed attacker who doesn't obviously surpass you in physique and fighting skills, there's no reason to prove anybody in the street that you're good fighter - staying around trying to "win", making higher chance of your injury, ain't a good decision. In a confrontation with multiple attackers, escape is victory. The only hope of escape from an overwhelming number of opponents is continual movement. By the use of blows, and by shoving one opponent against the other, it will often be possible to create more room in which to keep moving. It should be remembered that the object is to get away, not to stay and fight it out against hopeless odds. Now let's overview the basic physical aspects of unarmed self-defense.
I. Hand techniques. Punching. Hand strikes
There can be no doubt that punching is effective. In fact we can safely say that the No 1 technique used in fighting is punching! Punching is the weapon of natural choice. People seem to instinctively ball up their fist and let it fly. Punches based upon boxing can be delivered in rapid fire powerful combinations. The best blows using the hands are delivered with the fist or the heel of the hand or the edge of the hand. Blows struck with the fist (uppercut, haymaker, jab) are most effective when the user has had considerable experience in boxing. It will take up to six months to learn to deliver a positive knockout blow with either fist. The time-honored American punch on the jaw is hard to beat. Delivered by a skilled boxer it puts a man down for the count. The force of the blow on the point of the chin causes a form of concussion and we have the so-called "knockout". This same result can be obtained by a blow from the heel of the hand, which packs a terrific wallop. Further, it is much easier for those inexperienced at boxing, has more of an element of surprise, and can be used from shorter starting distance. The solar plexus, lower abdomen and testicles all make good targets for solid punching attacks. Punching an attacker in the forehead or the back of the skull is likely to do as much damage to your own hand as to your assailant's head, perhaps even more. The head (as opposed to the face) is a particularly dangerous place to punch anyone and indeed one of the main reasons that boxers wear gloves is to protect their hands.
Generally speaking, open hand strikes are preferred over the closed fist strikes or punches in unarmed self-defense. The problem with using punching is that the very act of making a fist can weaken your strike. When you make a fist you'll notice that the muscles in your arms also begin to tighten. Your forearm muscles tighten and your biceps and triceps muscles also tighten. Your biceps draw your forearm towards you, while your triceps extend your forearm away from you. They work in opposite ways, but if you tense both these muscle groups at the same time you are actually fighting yourself. When you strike at someone you want your energy to be flowing in that direction, if you engage your biceps muscles during this action you are "putting the brakes on", you are slowing down your strike. The use of the open hand tends to have the opposite result, the biceps muscle tends to remain in it's relaxed state and so does not interfere with your production of speed.
A strike that exists in many karate systems and in some styles of close combat is the "spear hand" strike. This is an easy strike to form - simply straighten the fingers on your hand and make sure they are pressed together. The targets normally attacked by this strike are the solar plexus, the throat and the eyes. The spear hand strikes can make an excellent weapon for ground-fighting situations. Such strikes cause a very sharp and distracting pain. The type of pain that makes people want to pull away, and that's what you are counting on. A quick jabbing action into the lower ribs or side of the neck can cause a person to quickly release his grip upon you. A quick spear hand to the throat can be easily followed by gouging the eyes.
Elbow strikes are widely used in Muay Thai kickboxing. The elbow is a every hard surface to use and it does a lot of damage. Plus the elbow won't get broken so easily like a fist. Elbow techniques might be very effective for breaking assailant's grips.
II. Leg techniques. Kicking. Knee strikes
The use of kicking techniques in self-defense is a debatable question. Undoubtedly, leg techniques enrich your self-defense arsenal. Most of the time they do a lot of damage and keep your opponent out of arms reach. But most of sophisticated kicking techniques cultivated in such martial arts systems as taekwondo, are unfit for real street self-defense conditions. You should learn simple kicking techniques that are street practical. Leave fancy spectacular high kicks for shows and martial arts tournaments. Never use a kicks higher than waist-high in a street fight; when you kick higher than a stomach level, you risk lose your balance - the higher the kick, the higher probability of failure. Legs and kneecaps are the primary targets of your kicks in self-defense situations. Front kicks/side kicks in kneecap or shin are quite painful and can give you an advantage in time over assailant, demoralize him in first few seconds of the battle. Stamping kicks are usually employed for attacking the knee from the front or the side; they can be used at long range before an assailant gets close enough to land a punch or grab hold of you. The knee can also be stamped on from behind. The front snap kick to the groin is an extremely effective tool, but it's also usually highly expected by opponent. Preliminarily using deceptive actions, you can succeed in a groin attack. The shoe of the user is one of the external factors that exert influence on the effectiveness of kicks - massive heavy boots are preferred for self-defense.
Another option of using legs in unarmed combat - knee strikes. Knee strikes are very powerful, easy to learn, and can be considered as important element of close-range unarmed self-defense.
Common Goods As Self-Defense Weapons
By Lost Johnny
We are never unarmed, we can always use something as a weapon. This article is dedicated to use common goods as a self-defense weapons.
One of the most popular ordinary things being used for self-defense is undoubtedly the simple pen. It has several advantages: absolute legality, small size, and, that is the most important, pen is usually not considered as a potential weapon by attackers, so you can carry it openly, attached to your front pocket. The simple pen looks harmless enough, but you can use it successfully as relatively powerful weapon.
As a self-defense weapon, pen can be used like a dagger or a stiletto. Use a pen to stab assailant’s body/chest/neck. If he continues with the attack, you can also use your pen to give him an eye gouge. Alternatively, you can use your pen to stab his groin as many times as you can - then escape! You can also apply pen to break body grips.
Nail file is being widely used as a women’s self-defense weapon. The defense tactics with a nail file are quite similar to those with a pen: quick stabs at an attacker’s face, eyes, neck, groin.
Umbrella – can be successfully used as a cane, striking the header and wave strokes to an assailant’s body. It allows to block enemy’s hits and edged weapon attacks. Umbrella with a handle of a bent (Ã-like) shape one may use as a tonfa.
Hair spray/ air freshener/ deodorant spray can also become self-defense weapon. Spray them in an assailant’s eyes; the aerosol’s components act as an irritants, cause short-timed enemy’s blindness and disorientation. There’re known some facts about another spray use possibility: spray aerosol on an attacker’s body or face and light by a cigarette lighter. Ordinary household spray turns into the small but harmful flame-thrower.
Computer cable with a massive plug-and-socket at the end one may use as a flexible chain-like weapon. This improvised weapon allows to keep self-defender at a distance from an attacker and strike intense blows.
It’s not hard to find a stone (or a brick/solid piece of asphalt) in the street and use it as a defensive weapon. Stones serve people as a weapons since prehistoric times and are being used by a modern street fighters as before. There’re two different ways of use of stone in a battle: use it as a missile weapon throwing at assailant and use it as impact weapon squeezed in your fist. The first way is actually not very efficient, but allows to keep defender at a distance from his enemy; the second is potentially more successive, but compels self-defender to come into close combat. Strike quick and powerful blows at an assailant’s head. If you want to win, your stone-fighting technique must be utterly cruel and brutal.
Glass bottle (for beer, whisky, vine, etc.) is known as popular street weapon. Bottle is usually used as baton striking opponent’s head. Often even one strong blow upon somebody’s head is quite enough to put him out of action. Then the bottle breaks, it transforms to a very dangerous and impressive weapon – the neck with a lot of very sharp and non-uniform ends.
Plastic bottle with water – can be used as a baton which usually doesn’t break.
The overall efficiency of this improvised weapon depends on its weight (the volume of water it contains). Plastic bottle with 3 and more pints of water is really powerful weapon. Moreover, it usually doesn’t leave a visible traces of strokes on its victims’ bodies. Due to this feature, some police officers use such batons for inflicting torture on suspect people.
Electric flashlight in solid metal casing (Mag Lite type) is versatile tool, being used not only for lighting, but for self-defense purposes. Many police officers and security guards use it as a metal baton. This tool is suitable for striking short and quick blows on an opponent’s head, shoulders and hands, short-distance header blows on a face, neck and groin, for blocking enemy’s attacks.
Thursday, November 26, 2009
This devise I provide to you is one of non-lethal and is called a tennis ball grenade. It will should be used when the Basij, IRGC and other security forces charge you. Also, it works great to throw in front of oncoming Basij motorcycles. It is a simple device to make and you can get all of the components almost anywhere.
This is for educational purposes on! Walk with the light and God bless you all.
Tennis Ball Bombs by The Jolly Roger
· Strike anywhere matches
· A tennis ball
· A nice sharp knife
· Duct tape
Break a ton of matchheads off. Then cut a SMALL hole in the tennis ball. Stuff all of the matchheads into the ball, until you can't fit any more in.
Then tape over it with duct tape. Make sure it is real nice and tight! Then, when you see a geek walking down the street, give it a good throw. The Basij will have a "blast!" ;)
This is compliments my friend...the Jolly Roger.
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Lamellar Body Armor
We always need a disclaimer, I'm sorry, but though this is intended for the Patriots of the Freedom Movement in Iran, there are stupid others who will see this. The Stupid will not take personal responsibility for what they are given and blame those that gave them the technology for their stupidity. So here it is: Like it says in the YouTube video instructing you how to make the body armor. I accept no responsibility for providing this information and it is for educational purposes only. This video is the property of the maker and they, and I, also cannot be held for any reason, or liability from making this product and using it for in anyway other than for educational or recreational/costume purposes. So don't do this at home, MythBuster's Quote.
Your enemy has technology and tactics for now that you do not have, one day soon that will change, but for now all I can do is offer what is asked of me. I will do all I can, to the best of my abilities to supply what is requested. It was requested that I post find and post something for additional types of body armor not found in Bodyhammer. I have found such a thing, it is a YouTube Video that explains how to make individual sections of Lamellar body armor out of sheet steel and rubber matting. I will let the video explain how to make the individual sections of the armor, but I can recommend ways to link it together like traditional lamallar armor of ancient times.
Definition of Lamellar Body Armor: "Lamellar armour is a kind of personal armour consisting of small plates (lames) which are laced together in parallel rows. Lamellar armour evolved from scale armour,  from which it differs by not needing a backing for the scales. It is made from pieces of lacquered leather, iron, steel or horn held together with silk, leather thongs, or cotton thread. When the lames are made of leather they would often be hardened by a process such as cuir bouilli or lacquering." Source Wikipedia.
The video describes how to make individual pieces of the armor, grouped together it is called Lamellar body armor. I will explain the next step. Follow the video for making each individual piece of armor, but with one major difference and this important. You need to link the pieces together. Use the illustration in the Wikipedia article to show you how to link the lamellar sections together.
Each piece has sections and as you make them you will need to make points (holes) that you can lace/link the pieces, it is important that the holes of each piece of the individual sections are aligned. The illustration is self explanatory.
Video: How to make (Lamellar) Body Armor:
Courtesy of SlurpeePerson.
Please tweet @blckpaw if you feel you need more. Bless be you and I will always do what I can to help the Patriots of the Iranian Freedom Movement.