Don’t Fight From Your Front Porch
Don’t Fight From Your Front Porch byfor Modern Survival Blog
“Don’t fight from your front porch”. What does that mean anyway?
One recent MSB comment (in reference to current-events — BLM / Marxist rioting, pillaging, attacks on American civilians and their property, and general CW2 tactics) reads, “Don’t fight from your front porch, defend YES. Don’t stand before the raging elephants, you’ll get stomped into prison.”
One reaction to that might be… “’I’m sure as heck not letting them get close enough with a molotov to fire the house. Defending my family might mean having to make my case before those 12 scared jurors, but at least my kids will be safe.”
Others may have additional thoughts regarding “fighting from your front porch”.
THIS IS NOT MEANT TO CREATE ANIMOSITY AMONG MSB COMMENTERS ON THIS SUBJECT – just because I quoted some of you, and many have differing opinions. Rather, it’s a topic to discuss / argue – among sensible adults – while considering “what if” as we continue to watch the Marxist revolution unfold…
Dennis, a retired LEO said this:
Thoughts from “Dennis”:
It’s a question everyone should be considering sooner, rather than later.
“Don’t fight from your front porch” is advice thrown around on the internet.
It can have many interpretations, sometimes good advice, sometimes not so good. I’ll share my own personal thoughts.
What’s your situation? Is the threat local, or miles away? Are you the target, or is your neighborhood the target? Is the big city some miles away where the attack is occurring, or three streets over from your home? Do you load up your pickup and drive fifty miles to “join the fight” in an area you know nothing about the topography/geography or anyone on either side of the fight?
I’ll share some possible scenarios that might apply to me and my situation.