Now here is a subject that in all my years of old/pol/ pre-cuckening, and here on full/pol/.. and even some on /b/ in the mid 00's, I have never seen discussed. Ive done some reading, I know a fair bit about them.. but I dont exactly have a high amount of information to dump in the OP. Hopefully this can get going and turn into a high quality and productive thread.
Guerilla resistance movements, organizations, whatever you want to call them. People like the IRA who are nationalists, or another example is the ANC and South Africa Communist Party with Umkhonto We Sizwe which was the South African niggers fighting whites, or the ZANLA/ZANU rebels in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe. FARC in Colombia is another. Obviously most of these are marxist/communist groups and dont share our ideology but the concept of guerilla resistance is shared in almost every way except rhetorical. Communist guerillas will probably tend more towards a decentralized command structure and cell based anarchic system where as nationalist/right wing counter-revolutionaries will tend to be centralized and have a military command structure.. Communists seem to just go around in a few vehicles town to town and set up rural councils, Im not quite sure what the difference is for right wing ones because they are much rarer and I havent had a chance to do enough reading.
Paramilitaries is another name, its simply a military that isnt controlled by the government.
My personal question and interest in reaching out for some help is that Id like to know more about the traditional struggles between a people when they desperately want change.. but they have a "hawks and doves" scenario where half the people want to brutally slaughter the enemy and the other half want to act like Gandhi and pretend its not okay to fight back. I want to know about what makes the hawks win out. I want to know about tipping points when groups voted to agree to take action, the only one I really know about is in South Africa where they set up a group beforehand and then waited for some police to kill some violent protesters who tried to advance on a police station to attack the cops inside - to declare they "have no other option" besides violence. It seems like we are in a similar situation right now. It seems like were in an obvious genocide, were being exterminated.. the enemy is easily visible.. its not a secret. They admit their intention is to brown us out and eradicate whites. Still, many people seem absolutely intent on doing things like relying on non-whites to vote with whites for some kind of indian settlement plan or something. Cant they not see that it doesnt matter what the enemies think of our chosen tactics, but only that we win? We will never win with what they propose. We can never vote to stop white genocide.
So what are some more examples? More examples of right wing paramilitaries, nationalist guerilla groups etc. Hard information on their history, not just generalized overviews. Surely between us we have plenty of people who know about these things.