April 1, 2018
Liberty Under Attack (453 articles)


In the near future, freedom pioneers and freedom seekers will have protected temporary autonomous zones to exercise their autonomy to the fullest, without the risk or threat of First Realm/bludgie intervention (some of these exist today, actually). Having these Second Realms will be a giant leap forward for the cause of personal autonomy and freedom, but it’s important to not become complacent:

Even if “we” are living free, the First Realm is still out there and is sternly against the existence of “our” free enclaves.

Therefore, it’s crucially important to have strategies to minimize risk and personal harm if any of “our” people are swept up by the government agents of the First Realm: in the Second Realm, this is known as tradecraft, or the art of implementing the objectives of “Need to Know.”

What is tradecraft? How can it be applied? How does it differ from security culture, if at all? What are some potential downsides to a society/culture practicing tradecraft and how they can be avoided?

In this episode of Liberty Under Attack Radio, Kyle Rearden and I cover that and much more.

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Show Notes:
Second Realm: Book on Strategy

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Shane is the founder of Liberty Under Attack Radio, The Vonu Podcast, and LUA Publications, an independent publishing company. He has been a guest on many podcasts and radio shows and his work has appeared on sites all over the alternative media. When he's not producing content (which isn't often), he enjoys riding four wheelers, reading, and drumming.


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