The law of the jungle

The law of the jungle is a law that applies even after the thin veneer of civilization has been applied to mankind.

Wars are won based on jungle law. Kill or be killed. Only the strong survive. We may want to forget this uncomfortable truth but it is a truth nevertheless. History shows us this over and over again.

Because Mankind is intelligent we have learned to forge short term and long term strategic relationships which enable the weak to become strong. Strength in numbers, strength forged by a common goal and usually a common enemy.

The historic meeting in Yalta between Winston Churchill, Franklin  Roosevelt  and Joseph Stalin is a great example of this.

n the grounds of the Livadia Palace, Yalta, during the Three Power Conference the British wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874 - 1965), the 32nd President of the United States of America Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882 - 1945) and the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin (1879 - 1953) (Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili).   (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

On the grounds of the Livadia Palace, Yalta, during the Three Power Conference the British wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874 – 1965), the 32nd President of the United States of America Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882 – 1945) and the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin (1879 – 1953) (Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili). (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

At Yalta, important decisions were made regarding the future progress of the war and the postwar world.

Recognizing that a victory over Japan might require a protracted fight, the United States and Great Britain saw a major strategic advantage to Soviet participation in the Pacific theater. At Yalta, Roosevelt and Churchill discussed with Stalin the conditions under which the Soviet Union would enter the war against Japan and all three agreed that, in exchange for potentially crucial Soviet participation in the Pacific theater, the Soviets would be granted a sphere of influence in Manchuria following Japan’s surrender. This agreement was the major concrete accomplishment of the Yalta Conference.

-history.state.gov

Contrast this meeting with the so called march of defiance. The above meeting was strategic and forged an alliance against a common enemy. The below march has achieved nothing. It is a PR Stunt, a piece of feel good PC hand holding that achieves nothing.

Paris (AFP) - Sunday's massive march in Paris against terrorism drew dozens of world leaders in a show of unity -- except from the United States, which was represented by its ambassador.

Paris (AFP) – Sunday’s massive march in Paris against terrorism drew dozens of world leaders in a show of unity — except from the United States, which was represented by its ambassador.

Why don’t they just link arms and sing Kumbaya around a campfire in solidarity with France? When exactly did our world leaders become hippies? Next thing they will be making peace signs and braiding their hair.

France and the entire world right now need a strategic conference like the one held in Yalta. We have a common enemy and we need to work together to defeat it. This is the law of the jungle. PC rubbish and arm linking is no substitute for fire power, strength and a determination to root out the enemy and destroy him everywhere that he hides. This enemy is a coward who uses terrorism so we need to root him out terror cell by terror cell. We need to declare war against the enemy and all affected countries must join together to do this. World War Three is the World against Islamic terrorism.

Once we finally admit that we are in a war we can attack the problem on a war footing. We can take those who plot as prisoners of war. We do not have to put them through our civilian court system and give them space in our media or court appointed lawyers. If we are at war we can try people for treason. If a Radical Cleric radicalises young men like was done with the two brothers in Paris we can seize him and imprison him. No ifs no buts.

In the jungle the only thing that stops a predator is the ability of its prey to either run away, scare him off or kill him.

We seem to live in a world these days where we not only want to run away from an enemy that cannot be run away from, we want to try to placate the enemy by censoring our freedoms. Together we are strong. Herd animals when they work together to protect their young can and have driven off or killed superior predators. If we do not declare war and unite to protect our young now the enemy will continue to pick us off one by one. Our herd will become more and more scared and weakened and cowered until our total subjugation will be inevitable.

Buffalo are believed to be somewhat altruistic when it comes to other members of the herd. A calf in distress will bring the herd running to offer support

Buffalo are believed to be somewhat altruistic when it comes to other members of the herd. A calf in distress will bring the herd running to offer support

 

 


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  • Sailor Sam

    Agree, we are at war, a war not of our choosing, but a war none the less.
    All the hand wringing from the chardonnay intelectoids of Ponsonby, Lambton Quay and elsewhere does not change that, this war needs to be won, else these same inteleectoids will be the first victims to be beheaded. Rainbow faction of Labour, be afraid, be very afraid.

  • jude

    http://www.news.com.au/world/africa/nigerian-president-goodluck-jonathan-criticised-over-muted-response-to-massacre-as-world-rallies-for-paris/story-fnh81gzi-1227185258387

    I agree the march was for show only and in itself achieved little.
    There does need to be a united front and real measures taken to wipe out the islamic extremists.
    The use of intelligence,drones and special forces troops goes some way.
    I am concerned how we deal with the extremists who are over in Syria being “trained”, they may well come back to cause havoc.

  • conwaycaptain

    Difference between those three and the numpties we have now is that the Three knew what was wanted of them.
    Churchill was a fighting soldier with a HUGE grasp of history and FDR was a well educated man. Stalin was a dictator and was out for all he could get.
    None of the leaders in Paris except Netanahyu have ever heard a shot fired in anger, they have no grasp of history and only serve between election and election.

  • conwaycaptain

    Always liked FDR’s Boat Cloak. Used to be evening dress wear for Flag Officers and lined in white silk.
    Not exactly the original use for these.

  • Luis Cannon

    Before a war can be declared the enemies within must be defeated. Otherwise the puppets of the Middle East aka the editorial eunuchs of news in the West will do their best to divide and undermine any war effort. Which begs the question. Who are the beneficial owners of our media?

  • Mine it,Drill it,Sell it.

    If we are at war we can try people for treason.Russel come out from under your rock !

  • Greg M

    The first step in winning a war has to be getting people on board so you are all reading from the same page. Russel Norman, Keith Locke and other peaceniks take note, these scum play for keeps and it’s time to start playing hardball.
    A whole lot of governments around the world need to give Israel a phone call. When it comes to eliminating ratbags, those people wrote the book.

    • Harry B’Stard

      The people you need on board are the decision makers, Norman and Locke et al have no influence so their agreement or not isn’t required.

  • Thersites
    • spanishbride

      I like this paragraph from his article particularly.

      The response from the three main party leaders was immediate and
      unanimous. Let me try to paraphrase it for you here: ‘I am deeply
      disappointed that Mr Farage sought to make political capital out of this
      tragedy. Now is not the time to make salient and virtually
      incontestable observations on the causes of the misery inflicted upon us
      all. Now is the time to spout vapid, platitudinous drivel about our
      heavily qualified commitment to freedom of speech and thus our partial
      and temporary solidarity with that ghastly magazine in France

  • William Lind’s writings and lectures on Fourth Generation Warfare are probable worth a read/listen.

    http://www.castaliahouse.com/downloads/the-four-generations-of-modern-war/

    http://www.castaliahouse.com/downloads/on-war-the-collected-columns-of-william-s-lind-2003-2009/

    https://www.traditionalright.com/the-view-from-olympus-note-to-europe-war-is-interested-in-you/

    http://www.antiwar.com/lind/?articleid=1702 (written in 2004)
    “Characteristics such as decentralization and initiative carry over from the Third to the Fourth Generation, but in other respects the Fourth Generation marks the most radical change since the Peace of Westphalia in 1648. In Fourth Generation war, the state loses its monopoly on war. All over the world, state militaries find themselves fighting non-state opponents such as al-Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah, and the FARC. Almost everywhere, the state is losing.

    Fourth Generation war is also marked by a return to a world of cultures, not merely states, in conflict. We now find ourselves facing the Christian West’s oldest and most steadfast opponent, Islam. After about three centuries on the strategic defensive, following the failure of the second Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683, Islam has resumed the strategic offensive, expanding outward in every direction. In Third Generation war, invasion by immigration can be at least as dangerous as invasion by a state army.

    Nor is Fourth Generation warfare merely something we import, as we did on 9/11. At its core lies a universal crisis of legitimacy of the state, and that crisis means many countries will evolve Fourth Generation war on their soil. America, with a closed political system (regardless of which party wins, the Establishment remains in power and nothing really changes) and a poisonous ideology of “multiculturalism,” is a prime candidate for the home-grown variety of Fourth Generation war – which is by far the most dangerous kind.”

  • Cracker1963

    Yalta was a disaster for the West. Churchill was sick thought he could manipulate FDR. FDR was under the delusion that he could manipulate Stalin so purposely side-lined Churchill.

    Read Antony Beevors book ‘The Second War War’ which give a good overview of the relationship of these 3 men.

    • Betty Swallocks

      The conference is well covered by a host of very readable books. At the moment I’m getting through “Absolute War” by Chris Bellamy, who contends that Stalin won at Yalta hands down. He had already agreed to declare war on Japan at some stage, but Churchill and Roosevelt offered him the additional sweeteners of extending the supply of lend-lease equipment, and of repatriation to the Soviet zone of any Soviet citizens found in Germany. They also agreed to recognise the Communist government installed by Stalin in Poland and withdraw their support for the Free Polish Government in exile in London. The other ‘achievement’ of the conference was the Crimea declaration, which put in motion the wheels that subsequently turned to create the UN, and that worked out really well for everybody, didn’t it?

      • Bob D

        Quite right, Roosevelt and Churchill were pussycats compared to Stalin – he was paranoid and ruthless; a nasty combination. And he beat the other two easily, hardly raised a sweat.

  • caochladh

    The current crop of murdering swine have set up training camps for their offspring, where children as young as six are learning the art of slaughtering anyone who doesn’t agree with them. Just look at what these mongrels are putting on line – an eight year old executing two bound Russian’s kneeling in front of him with a 9mm. A twelve year old decapitating a wretched soul and laughing as he holds up the severed head. These are but two examples of a world of evidence if the current crop of murderers are eliminated, there is a new crop waiting in the wings already blooded and rearing to go.

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