+ HANDBOOK of REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE +

+ HANDBOOK of REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE +
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+ HANDBOOK of REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE + /////// 411 FIB ~ Manifesto Series /////// These manifestos are posted both to channel 411 and the 411 FIB. This is part in a series of manifestos and historical propaganda posted to Bitmessage channel 411. The series includes manifestos, dogmas, pamphlets, warfare manuals, political writings, and resistance literature. These items remain timelessly relevant to inspecting the minds of leaders, warriors, revolutionaries, and counter-revolutionaries. DARKNET DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE - FORBIDDEN INFORMATION BROADCAST 411 FIB (Forbidden Information Broadcast): BM-2cUJcp5uZTw3EY1ApszT28u4cHhMXs8NNo [chan] 411 BM-2cW53MzWqtod8TA6vybdUeqd2LhTuXCX3L ╭╮╱╭╮╭╮╱╭╮ ┃┃╱┃┣╯┃╭╯┃ ┃╰━╯┣╮┃╰╮┃ ╰━━╮┃┃┃╱┃┃ ╱╱╱┃┣╯╰┳╯╰╮ ╱╱╱╰┻━━┻━━╯ HANDBOOK of REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE A Guide to the Armed Phase of the African Revolution https://libyadiary.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/handbook-of-revolutionary-warfare-a-guide-to-the-armed-phase-of-the-african-revolution.pdf To The African Guerrilla Copyright © by Kwame Nkrumah, 1968 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED First United States Edition, 1969 PUBLISHER'S NOTE The Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare was published toward the end of 1968 by Panaf Books, Ltd., London. A significant historical document, it provides basic source material for the study of the new phase of the African Revolution. Within the present decade guerrilla warfare has emerged as a new feature of the liberation movement in those areas of Southern Africa dominated by white racial minorities. Beginning with the launching of armed struggles in the Portuguese colonies of Angola, Guinea Bissau and later in Mozambique, it appeared also in Southwest Africa and more recently in the Union of South Africa and Rhodesia. Other African countries have helped train and supply the guerrilla forces, while preparations for similar movements seem to be under way elsewhere in Africa. Although each of these liberation movements have their specific features and their own leaderships, there is present a strong tendency toward the coordination of their efforts, in face of the supra-national oppressive military role being assumed by the apartheid oligarchy of South Africa and the intervention of the neo-colonial powers. A formal coordinating body already exists for the struggles in the Portuguese colonies and the movements in Rhodesia and South Africa are coordinated through their respective organizations. In the Handbook, President Kwame Nkrumah presents his analysis of the new stage of the African Revolution and his proposals for anti-imperialist coordination on a continental scale. RULES OF DISCIPLINE 1. Obey orders in all your actions. 2. Do not take a single needle or piece of thread from the masses. 3. Turn in everything captured. 4. Speak politely. 5. Pay fairly for what you buy. 6. Return everything you borrow. 7. Pay for anything you damage. 8. Do not hit or swear at people. 9. Do not damage crops. 10. Do not take liberties with women. 11. Do not ill-treat captives. 12. Keep your eyes and ears open. 13. Know the enemy within. 14. Always guide and protect the children. 15. Always be the servant of the people. https://libyadiary.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/handbook-of-revolutionary-warfare-a-guide-to-the-armed-phase-of-the-african-revolution.pdf