Nov 232011

h/t Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs

Real Video Example/Demonstration:

10-22-2011 Pushing Central Seucirty Forces back from Mohammed Mahmoud Street into Falaki street. We were being shot at with rubber bullets and tear gas mixed with nerve agents.

These men were using SWAT-style tactics to break through the line of armed police, and succeeded to do so without many casualties.

Many people are either new or relatively inexperienced to violent protests, and considering what is happening these days, you might want to get close to the action and see what is happening or maybe even join the fighting yourself. Before doing so, it’s essential to know how to do it right. If you take it lightly, you could end up seriously injured, incapacitated or even dead.

In this post I will go through how to prepare and protect yourself from attacks by the Central Security Forces (CSF) and the Military forces, as each uses different weapons and strategies.

Pre-Protest Preparation

Before entering a protest or battle you need to have the following things:


Scarf (palestinian-style) – To protect your neck and to coveryour face if needed.

Fully charged phone – Expect the worst

ID – In case you are injured or dead, people can identify you

Jeans/heavy pants – Protection for your legs/crotch

A thick jacket/top – Protection for your upper body

Something to cover your head such as a hooded shirt or beanie – Protection from rocks, batons or rubber bullets

Running shoes – You will run

Gas mask -Protection from deadly effects of tear/nerve gass. Full mask recommended or add swimming goggles to protect the eyes from gas, rocks and rubber bullets


1 glove – {{{ To hold and throw gas canisters back at police without burning your hand }}}

Small water bottle

Additional items…

Spray paint – To spray the windshield of police/military cars or even in the face of any attackers

Coke/pepsi/other alkaline solution – To neutralize burning effects of tear gas

Before you enter the fight:

Plan your escape – Look for easy exit routes where you can run freely without getting stuck.

Plan your steps – Look around for areas where you can take cover and where people are getting hit to avoid ending up in the same place

Find the direction of the wind, this will be extremely useful when tear gas lands near you

Put your gas mask on, secure your scarf and clothes and go ahead

Opponent Tactics:

Weapons You Will Face…

CSF mainly use long batons/sticks, tear/nerve gas and shotguns (both live and rubber bullets). They also commonly throw rocks.

Military mainly use long batons/sticks, electric batons and assault rifles.

~ I cannot in good conscience post anymore of this crap. The following are highlights you can read…

— Tear Gas Tactics

— Shotgun tactics

— Assault Rifle Tactics

— Stone-throwing tactics

— Batons, Sticks and Electric Baton Tactics

Finally, always stay safe. Take your precautions well, never panick, always think quick before you move. If you don’t panick and take a moment to assess the situation so you can clear your mind, think fast and well and get to safety faster than everybody else.

~ THIS is what our LEO’s are up against This is what we are up against. Congress and Obama thugs have got us here! ~ JP



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