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Fourth Generation Warfare & White Preservationism

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So far in 2015 the issue of racialized political violence has been front and center. The White Preservation movement specifically has been thrust into the headlines in the aftermath of the Charleston massacre committed by Dylann Roof.

In Europe, the publication of One Of Us, a non-fiction recounting and analysis of the Anders Behring Breivik killings written by Asne Seierstad, has shone a light on similar issues in Norway and brought those events back into the forefront of that country’s dialogue.[1]

In July Counter-Currents published an excellent piece by Patrick Le Brun analyzing a number of recent acts of violence that have been linked (sometimes quite erroneously) to ideas many of us as White Preservationists share.[2] This analysis by Le Brun includes discussions of Roof and Breivik, as well as a litany of other individuals who displayed varying degrees of idiocy, ignorance, and depravity in the perpetration of their crimes. Le Brun does an excellent job of showcasing just how poorly their actions served the respective “causes” these men wished to be fighting for.

In his article Le Brun cites the noted military theorist Colonel John Boyd’s famous “OODA Loop”– the decision-cycle theory of Orientation, Observation, Decision, and Action. Boyd’s formulation has affected our understanding of everything from fighter piloting to military theory to business, and new papers and books are continually being written delving into and building upon this concept.[3] While the OODA Loop is just as important to modernity and the existential crisis of White identify/White survival as it is to anything else, an even more relevant area of Boyd scholarship to apply to these events and questions would be his “Levels of War” – specifically the three levels Boyd added and which help explain modern “4th Generation Warfare.”

Boyd postulated that in addition to the “tactical,” “operational,” and “strategic” levels of war that have been a part of conflict throughout human history, there are also what he dubbed the “moral,” “mental,” and “physical” levels of war. These are the levels of crucial importance to modern 4th Generation Warfare (4GW). 4GW is characterized by conflicts between nation-states (such as the U.S., France, Egypt) and non-state actors (e.g., al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, even Mexican drug gangs), as opposed to past conflicts which typically pitted nation-state against nation-state. In such conflicts the interplay of these three additional levels of war takes on outsized importance. To quote William S. Lind, noted military theorist and Boyd expert: “[State] armed forces focus on the single box defined by tactical and physical, where [they] are vastly superior. But non-state forces focus on the strategic and the moral, where they are often stronger, in part because they represent David confronting Goliath. In war, a higher level trumps a lower, so [nation-states’] repeated victories at the tactical, physical level are negated by [their] enemies’ successes on the strategic and moral levels, and [the nation-states] lose.”[4]

In 4th Generation Warfare the objective of non-state actors is thus not to militarily overpower their nation-state opponents, but rather to delegitimize them, and hasten their downfall. Such downfalls fit within the broader historical context as part of the continual erosion of nation-states that will define the 21st century.

This is extremely relevant to the White Preservationist movement. It ushers in the most fundamental and basic question that we must ask ourselves, which is: are we part of the “us” of nation-states, or the “them” of 4GW, non-state actors. If we view state-based solutions to our aims as feasible, and believe that current North American and Western European governments are capable of preserving our lives, blood, culture, and heritage, then our focus must be on political solutions as part of the democratic process.

I personally do not feel this is the case however. In Europe the demographics have changed so rapidly, and the political process is so inherently paralyzing, that the idea of political solutions materializing in time is unrealistic. The governments of Western Europe, at this point, are neither capable of nor interested in preserving the lives and cultures of their native citizens. Societal breakdown, racial extinction, and cultural Islamization are rapidly approaching in nations such as France and Sweden and their neighbors, and trusting in those nations’ governments to prevent this seems to go past optimism into delusion.

With this being the case, the only valid conclusion is that White Preservationism must become a 4GW, non-state force for it to have any hope of success. Therefore, any writing, organizing, or other action on our part is by definition “revolutionary” (for lack of a better word). It must aim not for victories in the Clausewitzian sense, in which progress is made within the broader political framework, but rather for progress outside and against this political framework. These aims are therefore based around delegitimizing the state and hastening its extinction (at least in its present incarnations).

Such 4GW progress can be gained in a variety of manners, which I will synthesize into four basic tactical areas. These are: 1) the delegitimizing of the government through the implication that it is no longer able to protect its citizens; 2) education/proselytization–in that the actions or statements of the 4GW actors bring awareness to others in society and facilitate their becoming “conscious” and more inclined towards the 4GW aims and beliefs; 3) delegitimizing the host society through showing other citizens that their interests are no longer being represented by the state; 4) gaining the moral high ground through showing the state as evil/Goliathesque and the perpetrators as victims and as heroes for standing up to the Goliaths.

Rather than through the Clausewitzian lenses that Le Brun grades them on, these are the lenses through which the actions of men such as Roof and Breivik must be judged. Their actions are equally ineffective (and equally wrong) through these lenses, but such an analysis can be helpful in examining Boyd’s three layers of war and their significance in our struggle.

My analysis of these two specific incidents is as follows. (Note: I am discussing Roof and Breivik only, rather than including the additional individuals from Le Brun’s article.)


  1. Regarding area number one–delegitimizing the government through showing that they cannot protect their citizens–Roof could conceivably have made a small amount of progress, but this was at most tangential to his goals and to the broader situation. Americans are used to lone gunmen killing large numbers of people, and Roof’s crime would merit at best a D in this regard.
  2. As far as area number two and “education,” I would give him a C. Roof’s tract was published widely, and I definitely met white people in the wake of the shooting who had read it and felt that it made sense, despite its somewhat juvenile and coarse nature.
  3. In a similar manner he also succeeded to a very small degree in area three, in that the fallout of the Confederate Flag witch-hunt in the wake of the massacre did indeed show many white Americans just how unwelcome they and their heritage have become.
  4. In terms of area four–gaining the moral high ground–Dylan Roof scores an F. Killing black parishioners in church was barbarous, cowardly, and stank of evil-mindedness. The pictures he took of himself and posted on his website were puerile and in some cases quite repulsive. Roof gained nothing from society but well-deserved enmity and dismissal, and wholly failed in catalyzing a sympathetic lens among those for whom he sought to fight.


  1. In terms of area number one–delegitimizing the host society’s government by showing that it cannot protect its citizens–I would give Brievik a C. I don’t think Norwegians are shocked that lone attackers can kill large numbers of people, as it has never been a high-security type of society, and terrorism is now a part of life in Europe, but on the other hand, Breivik’s action was of a monumental nature, and surely shone a spotlight on the vulnerabilities inherent in the feel-good Scandinavian social system.
  2. In terms of area number two and the measure of “education” that resulted from his actions, I would give Breivik a D. He had obviously read somewhat widely, but his treatise was too long and disjointed to be read by many people in turn. Some of his ideas were also a little ridiculous, and his leaps of faith or delusions about the “Knights Templar” made it unlikely for anyone to take him seriously.
  3. In terms of area number three–showing fellow native Norwegians that their interests are no longer being represented by the state–I would give Breivik an F, for his attack did nothing to draw attention to the ways in which this is quite obviously the case.
  4. In terms of area four, and forcing the government to act in an un-sympathetic, Goliathesque manner, I would give Breivik a monumental F. The fact that he was captured alive, and is most known since his arrest for complaining about his lack of up-to date video game consoles, has done little to cause people to view him heroically, and indeed if anything has shown the benevolence of a Norwegian government that has treated him in such a humanitarian fashion.

The biggest and most obvious problem with both Breivik and Roof is that their actions were horrific and wrong. Furthermore they were wrong not only when judged through the lens of “modern” society, but would be equally so through any lens that their ostensible brothers or compatriots might apply. Breivik killed both women and underage teenagers. These actions fly in the face of those very qualities that we as White Preservationists are fighting for.

The actions of Breivik and Roof were clearly depraved. With that said, however, I think it is a logical fallacy to extrapolate from that the conclusion that all violence in the name of White-Preservationism is wrong or depraved. In a 4th generation world, violence is manifold and varied. There are as many different types of violence as there are situations, and no matter what kind of violence it is, it will have political implications. To totally disavow political violence in the name of any revolutionary movement is impossible, at least without implicitly rejecting violence itself (e.g., Gandhi, etc.).

The United States still seems, in my mind, to be far away from complete civic breakdown. In Europe however, civil war seems not just possible but likely. As the situation in Europe, and possibly in the United States, comes to a head, violence will become increasingly omnipresent. Each of us, both as individuals and as members of this nascent movement, will need to make conscious decisions regarding how to respond. One choice, the aforementioned one, is to only seek state-based solutions, and to write and organize politically to achieve our aims through conventional means. A second choice would be to oppose our governments, but to embrace pacifism and similarly eschew all violence. Any other choice would leave some form of violent action on the table.

If violence does occur then it must be judged upon two axes. Axis one involves questions of right and wrong and what is morally correct. For instance, the majority of us will agree that killing women and children is wrong. The second axis is what is effective. While some violent actions can be wise strategically when looked at through Col. Boyd’s three modern levels of war, other forms of violence will irreparably harm us, as Patrick Le Brun eloquently illustrated in his article.

For the sake of argument, I think it valuable to posit hypothetical examples of violence that are as close as possible to ones which might be considered both morally acceptable (or at least neutral), as well as effective when viewed through the lens of the moral, mental, and physical levels of war.  Most importantly, these hypothetical examples would not by my definition be “depraved,” à la Roof and Breivik.

  • Now that thousands of 11 to 16-year-old white girls have been targeted, gang-raped, and in many cases tortured by Muslims in Britain, if a group of English men set up “grooming patrols” in the UK and violently confronted any Middle-Eastern man caught talking to young white underage girls, I would not consider that depravity. The official aim of such groups would be to “Protect underage British girls from mass gang-rape, because our government refuses to do so,” or something similar, which points directly to the failure and refusal of the UK government to stop these crimes.
  • If young white men traveled to Kurdistan to help fight against ISIS (as some already have), I would not consider that depravity. Such an action might make little difference strategically, but would situate these fighters on the same side as the rest of white Westerners who abhor ISIS, and provide a powerful template to millions of young white men in Europe and North America.
  • If Dylann Roof had actually gone into the ghetto, waited to be violently accosted by a group of black men, and then shot them in self-defense, I would not have considered that depravity. Roof would have appeared on the “David” side of the equation, instead of squarely situating himself as a cowardly “Goliath,” shooting innocent black Church attendees.
  • If Anders Behring Breivik had only killed adult male members of ethno-suicidal Norwegian political parties, who have busily sown the seeds of their country’s destruction, I would not have considered that depravity.  Such an action still poses significant questions of right and wrong, but it also would have injected notions of traditional gender roles and traditional Nordic honor codes into the narrative, and been more palatable to the Norwegian public and less-inspiring of revulsion.
  • If the father or the brother of a Scandinavian woman raped by an immigrant or immigrants committed an act of retribution and murdered the rapist(s), I would not consider that depravity. In addition to the justifiable nature of such an action, this would also delegitimize the nation’s rulers to a large degree, and would point a spotlight on the Scandinavian governments’ wholesale unwillingness to stop such widespread attacks.
  • Were we, as White Preservationists in America, to sponsor Swedish (and other European) citizens to come to American “self-defense camps” or “tactical training camps” to undergo training for the impending civil war, this would in my mind be effective in the moral and mental levels of war. The publicity surrounding such actions would be a key component, for it would place those training for the civil war in the same shared intellectual space as those more mainstream native Europeans who also understand that civil war is coming. Any hysterical reactions on the part of European governments that could be elicited would only further demonstrate their wholesale refusal to acknowledge reality, and any actions on the part of those governments to punish those camp attendees would engender sympathy for them and antipathy towards their governments.
  • If a group of Englishmen were to symbolically put David Cameron on “trial” as an accomplice to the mass rapes in Rotherham, gain wide circulation of both this “trial” as well as the details of the Rotherham reports, and then “sentence” him to death, I would not consider this depravity. Cameron, along with the rest of the 2015 UK Election Candidates, completely ignored Rotherham and the issue of Muslim perpetrated and ethnically motivated mass child-rape. Cameron has famously stated that “It is mainstream Britain which needs to integrate more with the British Asian way of life, not the other way around.”[5] Symbolically charging Cameron as an accomplice to these atrocities would not only be “right” by any sense of the word, but would also be effective from a 4GW standpoint. Indeed, a large measure of al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden’s success and celebrity as a 4GW force came from his similar pronouncements against the Saudi Royal Family. Such pronouncements earned him the rapturous regard of millions of Muslims the world over, helped turn countless young Muslims to the Islamist cause, and helped delegitimize the Saudi Royal Family and secular Arab rulers throughout the Middle-East.

Questions of violence such as these will be increasingly relevant as the West descends into greater 4th Generation fracturing and warfare. Just as our ancestors struggled and fought for long generations, defending their tribes and their families from outside aggression, so too are we entering another phase where we must focus on survival. This will take place in various ways, but for good or ill it will involve manifestations of violence. It is our duty to ensure that our actions are consistent with the legacy we have inherited from those great men we are descended from, and the honor codes that define our noble heritage. Just as our emerging struggle for survival should be our top priority collectively and as individuals, so too should an honorable course of action be the top priority within this struggle. Anything less, on both fronts, would dishonor that lineage. While the existential struggle into which we as a people are entering is of a monumental nature, it is conversely a privilege, and one which we should strive to meet with both intentionality and honor.

About the Author

Julian Langness is the author of the upcoming memoir Fistfights With Muslims In Europe: One Man’s Journey Through Modernity, Culture, Masculinity, and Violence, coming out in the fall of 2015. To receive excerpts and updates, please email to be added to Julian’s mailing list.


Buruma, Ian. “One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway by Asne Seierstad- Review,” The Guardian, February 26, 2015,

Le Brun, Patrick. “Analyzing the Effectiveness of Politically-Motivated Mass Murder in the US”. Counter-Currents,  July 24, 2015,

McKay, Brett and Kate McKay. “The Tao of Boyd: How to Master the OODA Loop,” The Art of Manliness, September 15, 2014. Web. 17 Aug. 2015.

Lind, William S. “John Boyd’s Art of War: Why our greatest military theorist only made Colonel,” The American Conservative, August 16, 2013,

Cameron, David. “What I learnt from my stay with a Muslim family,” The Guardian, May 13, 2007,



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  1. R_Moreland
    Posted September 20, 2015 at 4:47 am | Permalink

    Good discussion of Fourth Generation Warfare and how White Nationalism can employ it. We need more articles like this.

    The governments of Western Europe, at this point, are neither capable of nor interested in preserving the lives and cultures of their native citizens.

    Effectively, these governments (I use the term loosely here) have delegitimized themselves. They’ve reduced themselves to treasonable criminal gangs, at war with white peoples. They have laid down the gauntlet and can not complain when their own peoples take up the struggle.

    Were we, as White Preservationists in America, to sponsor Swedish (and other European) citizens to come to American “self-defense camps” or “tactical training camps” to undergo training for the impending civil war, this would in my mind be effective in the moral and mental levels of war.

    There are antecedents for this in the Militia Movement which has arisen in the USA over the last couple decades, as well as various gun clubs, survivalist groups and private military companies. Training of European nationalists in America might run into legal hurdles, but these could be overcome. Training could concentrate on the usuals: firearms, tactics, rural and urban survival, commo, etc. There’d also have to be a political component: agitprop, network operations, cyberwar, raising money (very important!), and the like.

    One goal would be to create a global network of activists who could work together in resisting the ongoing third world invasion of white countries. And in the long term, gaining political-cultural-economic power.

  2. anon
    Posted September 19, 2015 at 2:21 am | Permalink

    I agree we’re in a situation of 4GW applied to politics but I disagree there’s an absolute split between that and electoral politics. For example in northern Ireland Sinn Fein stood for elections and won thus helping to delegitimise the government in those areas (but didn’t take their seats in the parliament which would have re-legitimised).

    On the crux of the article who are the other side? It seems to me it’s a huge army with a small controlling head which means (to me) ignore the body and focus on the head.

    What makes up the head?

    1) The money power – banksters – however they are mostly very high up and far away.

    2) Media – primary tool of the money power.

    3) Academia – a critical tool but to a certain extent unconscious of their role. The cultural Marxists hijacked teacher education a long time ago and turned cultural Marxism into modern liberalism. Since then most of them know not what they do.

    4) Politics – many are simply the product of their media and academia indoctrination who believe they are doing good. The rest are forced by the media to behave or bribed / blackmailed by the money power.

    So what are the avenues of attack?

    1) Money power – direct action is difficult so the Ron Paul angle is best imo – undermine people’s faith in the whole criminal charade that is central banking.

    2) Media – undermine faith in their truth telling at every opportunity. If people don’t believe them their power is gone. Particularly egregious individuals could be challenged on social media for example.

    3) Academia -undermine faith in their nonsense. Again particularly egregious individuals could be challenged on social media.

    4) Politics – obvious really.

    So my view would be
    – ignore body, focus on the head
    – the head is made up of individuals within the spheres of money power, media, academia and politics
    – the worst individuals within the head are the most important and worthy of being individually challenged on social media for example.

  3. Riki
    Posted September 19, 2015 at 1:09 am | Permalink

    A very thoughtful, prescient, and insightful essay which offers quite a few cogent and valid points being of significant and illuminating value. I just have one small issue to pick. Julian said: “For instance, the majority of us will agree that killing women and children is wrong.” My humble and candid view as an East Asian WN sympathizer and supporter: Killing women and children belonging to an alien and enemy race hell-bent on invading, displacing, and dispossessing, and even murdering the White race in the homelands of White people is, at least circumstantially, right and justifiable, unless the concerned individual happen to be one understanding the WN cause and refusing to stand by his own tribe in an extremely rare case, for the women and children are nothing but potential breeding and fighting machine of that evil undertaking of the conquest of White homeland and are tantamount to a reserve force of the sworn enemy of White people. After all, almost the entire non-White races view themselves collectively as a racial group, why should only the White race be so foolish and suicidal as to view otherwise in regard to not only the aliens but also itself?

  4. Patrick Le Brun
    Posted September 18, 2015 at 1:07 pm | Permalink

    I greatly enjoyed your analysis. Thank you very much for your kind words.

    Our two articles seem like obvious companion pieces. I propose that we mutually agree that, whichever essay is first published in book form, that we each release our own essay to be published in the same volume.

    Also, I would be very interested in a serious discussion of Assassination as a political tool, but I would not do so (and I think it would be unwise for this site to publish) without serious legal counsel clarifying when we cross the line into criminal and civil legal jeopardy.

    • Proofreader
      Posted September 19, 2015 at 1:36 am | Permalink

      Patrick Le Brun, if you’re interested in discussing assassination as a political tool, it might be useful for you to write a review of Dominique Venner’s L’Imprévu dans l’histoire: Treize meurtres exemplaires. Such a review could discuss assassination in strictly historical terms and thus avoid any legal complications.

      I haven’t read this book, but its title and its promotional description indicates that it emphasises the unpredicted and indeed unpredictable consequences of the successful and failed assassinations it examines.

      Ambrose Bierce’s definition is quite applicable to assassinations: “Kill, v.t. To create a vacancy without nominating a successor.”

  5. Vick
    Posted September 18, 2015 at 12:51 am | Permalink

    #4 – gaining the moral high ground is the most important element in my opinion, and the one where Roof, Brevik, Wade, Miller, Von Brunn, Harpham, and others have failed and failed miserably.

    One of the best way for acts of political violence to seize the moral high ground is by being about self-defense and retaliation. The best written manifesto is not enough. Violence is best justified when it answers violence, and we have no shortage of violence being committed against us.

    For example, there is a never ending stream of whites murdered by blacks. Whites suffer disproportionately when it comes to interracial violence and our criminal justice seem is unable to defend us. Roof could have simply called his attack a retaliation against a rape of a white woman or a murder of a white cop and his act would instantly have had much more legitimacy. The next white woman raped by a negro or the next elderly WW2 veteran killed by a Mexican would remind people of Roof’s deed, and the need for our self-defense.

    Think tank-created theory is great, but political violence need not be complicated – self-defense and retaliation is the crude, primal stuff which has motivated violence for millennia. When we look at the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, we are looking back in time. Same could be said for gang violence in Chicago. The leaders of both sides keep their citizens committed to the conflict by always phrasing the struggle in terms of self-defense and hitting back. This is very basic, elemental, simple stuff. Perhaps the next Roof, or the next Brevik, will finally figure it out. Of course, I personally don’t condone or encourage violence.

  6. Remnant
    Posted September 17, 2015 at 5:57 pm | Permalink

    Given Greg’s recent interest in Vox Day, it may be worth noting that his publishing house — Castalia House — has probably published more widely on the topic of fourth generation warfare, 4GW, than anyone else. Such books include:

    William Lind, On War (columns about the Iraq war as it was going on and that introduced and expounded on 4GW ideas)
    William Lind, The Four Generations of Modern Warfare
    William Lind, 4th Generation Warfare Handbook (forthcoming in 2015)
    William Lind (writig as “Thomas Hobbes), Victoria: A Novel of Fourth Generation Warfare (explores how 4GW might play out in the United States)
    Martin van Crevald, A History of Strategy (includes a chapter on 4GW covering Boyd and Lind)
    Kratman and Day, eds., Riding a Red Horse (an anthology of short fiction and essays on military topics of contemporary relevance including issues of 4GW)

  7. Chuck
    Posted September 17, 2015 at 9:39 am | Permalink

    It would be interesting for the author to rate The Order next. And the massacre at ruby ridge. Classic David Vs. Goliath.

  8. Chuck
    Posted September 17, 2015 at 9:33 am | Permalink

    Excellent article. How do we maintain strategic cohesion when the state tries to enter into our orientation phase?

  9. Marc
    Posted September 17, 2015 at 9:12 am | Permalink

    Excellent analysis!! A very important article, which clearly delineates all the moral/ethical guidelines of all future Racial-Cultural self-defense actions! Many thanks for such an excellent work!

  10. Gunnar Tyrsson
    Posted September 17, 2015 at 8:16 am | Permalink

    Excellent article. In a media driven world, perception is everything. I especially liked the idea of the moral high ground being seized by non-state actors. For Americans, this ground is already somewhat fertile, as a lot of Hollywood films pay homage to the outsider and the “underdog,” as long as the action taken is perceived as legitimate.

  11. Richard
    Posted September 17, 2015 at 5:11 am | Permalink

    Well put. This is what resonates with myself. Conducting ourselves in a noble manner in line with our ancestors. The stages of war have begun, the darkest hour to come and no civility in the civil. May we face our way out with courage, honour and truth.

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