You’re Not Always Going To Be Around Your Weapon Or In A Safe, Confined Area. You’re Most Likely To Be Caught Off-Guard!

You’re Not Always Going To Be Around Your Weapon Or In A Safe, Confined Area. You’re Most Likely To Be Caught Off-Guard!

By Jules Courtney

It’s about time I start giving-back to my brethren here in
‘Merica. It’s necessary and I’m tired of keeping all this great
intel to myself while people go about their business like zombies
oblivious to what’s truly happening. It’s time to wake some people UP!

Look, I’ve been stockpiling secrets and insights quietly behind
the scenes for years now, and I’ve got so much intel to share, it
could fill-up the Cheyenne Mountain Complex! (I’ve got some
stories to tell you about that place too, but that’s for a later

Alright Alright, I don’t even know where to start, there’s so
much… so how about we jump-in and start discussing things you’ve
likely not thought of. We’ll start-off on easy stuff and then
I’ll graduate you on up the food chain of intel.

Hold On To Your Can Of Seeds,
Because I’m About To Enlighten You!

What comes to mind first is weapons! I’m sure you’ve got your
weapons down right? Knives, rifles, ammunition, handguns, bow’s,
slingshots, spears…

Well, here’s my question for you champ: What if you get caught
off-guard, away from safety, amongst all the chaos — without
your weapon? Hmm…

Worse even — what if you get caught off-guard, away from your
safe place and it’s from some deranged thug who ‘sneak-attack-
pounces’ on you from behind? Uh Oh

No weapon
Nobody around to help a brother out quickly
And it’s you against thug! (bare hands and all)

And just to add insult to injury, Mr. Thug-man has about 45
pounds on you and 3 inches. He has the upper hand because of the
sneak attack and element of surprise!

Hoss, you’re now in a fight for your life!

And not only are you fighting for your own survival, but possibly
the survival of your kids and family too because they are next after he takes YOU out.

In my opinion, there’s a pretty good chance you could end up
without your weapon and the only thing standing between you and
your maker is your ability to end the thug.

Game Over.

In my next few posts, I’ll share with you what you need to do to
save your own life, and your family’s.

Much more to come…
Oh, and call me Jules.


  1. Chuck

    May 14, 2017 at 1:11 pm

    Be good to know what ur talking about

  2. Joe Samford

    May 14, 2017 at 2:38 pm

    Hi Jules, Interesting scenario. Rhetoric is fine up to a point……you know…..the point where you tell them what to do. Talk is cheap. Show them, teach them, suggest they find a certified teacher/instructor, make an instructional video. Anything short of this and you condemn them and, according to you, their families to death.
    My family learned to protect themselves. Being a Recon Marine who served in Nam, I learned how to fight which gave me the background Which, in turn, helped me teach my family how to protect themselves.
    What you got to offer?

  3. David

    May 14, 2017 at 2:52 pm

    Welcome aboard and I look forward to your advice and comments.

  4. Biddulph

    May 16, 2017 at 7:31 am

    Improvise, Utilise, Adapt & Overcome, Weapon! Look at something not for what it is, But for what it could become.

  5. Roxanne

    May 16, 2017 at 7:49 am