Defensive Posture, sometimes the best defense is a good offense.

Podcast Episode 041322

 Ah yes, the infamous mail bag. All right, what do we have this week?

Q1 - Grant from Tennessee gets us rolling with his question “… you’re always talking about defensive posturing. What about the offense?”

Q2 - Myrna is up next with her reverse psychology “is defensive strategies really being offensive in the planning?”

Q3 - Brandon steps up to the plate to deliver his question “… what about the castle doctrine? Where does it fit in?”

Q4 - Trina is up with her fast ball “… how should I prepare my children for a more offensive strategy?”

Q5 - Jaden finishes out the set with “why does defense always feel like cowardly?”

Great questions to all those who sent them in. If I didn’t get to your question, sorry about that, but don’t worry, I’m sure we’ll touch on this topic again as its really relevant to a requirement for survival.

Alrighty then, we’re back for another exciting adventure here on the Chaotic Navigator podcast. I am the Alaska Outlaw and today I would like to discuss the advantages of being more offensive in our defensive posture. While I’m not condoning violence, I am saying that sometimes it’s necessary to be offensive to stay safe.

Before we get after it today, I’d like to make sure that, for those of you who need peace and harmony, or help in making sense of life, be sure to check out the Alaskan Ulfhednar podcast at https://akulfhednar.com. After 30 years of spiritual searching and discovery, he has arrived home. Check out his theories of finding peace and harmony, with a true understanding of co-existence and universal love. Some great stuff for you there. 

Each week we look at a different facet of what being prepared looks like in the real world of everyday. It is absolutely awesome to be back with you guys here for another adventure of discovery and obtaining the super power of common sense. Today I want to put a new lens on the old eyeballs and look at the topics with a different perspective.

Today, I want us to spend a little time going over being a little more assertive in our defensive planning. So, like we do, we’re going to break it down into three segments.

Segment 1 - Perimeter protections, and extending the perimeter safely.

Segment 2 - Ensuring the whole choir is on the same page of music.

Segment 3 - The application and understand of “Deadly Force”. Although within this segment we need to be very cognizant of the local, state, and federal laws regarding the application of deadly force for civilians.

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