Category Archives: Martial Arts and Fight Training

Combat Flow Training: Dynamic Linked Chaos

Note: This article is cross-posted from The Dangerous Child blog Staying Alive is a Dynamic, Chaotic Affair: You Must Learn to Flow With the Go Get Out of the Box! Just as Neo needed to understand that there is no … Continue reading

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What Would Hit Girl Do?

A violent rape epidemic is sweeping Europe and much of the Anglosphere — in part because modern, culturally non-violent children, youth, women, and men do not have effective, instinctive strategies for dealing with the growing threat. Around 1,000 young men … Continue reading

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Kids Should Learn To Take Care of Themselves

If a child has never learned to look out for herself, she is likely to find herself at the mercy of Muslim rape gangs, violent bullies, and all types of other predators. In the short video clip to the left, … Continue reading

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Dangerous Children Love to Move

Movement is a vital part of infancy and childhood, for boys and for girls. Children often show an aptitude for rhythmic movement long before learning to crawl, or walk. This capacity should be adapted into purposeful dance and other movement … Continue reading

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Taking Control Over the Violent Felon

The desire to assert control is one of the reasons why men become violent in the first place. If he achieves his objective violently, the violence is apt to become habitual. Sometimes violence is necessary — as in civilian self-defence … Continue reading

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Combat Training for Dangerous Children: Never Too Early, Never Too Late

When is the best time to begin training a child to defend himself and his loved ones? Before he is born. But for now we will focus on when and how children should be trained to be ready for combat, … Continue reading

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How Old Should Children Be Before Learning to Make Bombs?

Re-published from a previous article in the original Al Fin blog According to a report in the Wednesday edition of the Lübecker Nachrichten newspaper, [a] 39-year-old teacher, who has not been named, made gunpowder together with his students who then … Continue reading

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A Societal Fixation on Zombies and Assassins

What does it say about a society when two of its favorite themes of entertainment are books and movies about hitmen and zombies? The zombie craze speaks for itself in terms of book sales, box office and movie rental fees, … Continue reading

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There is No Such Thing As a “Fair Fight”

If you search the internet for information on teaching your children to fight, you are likely to be supplied with an overload of articles on “How to teach your children to fight fair.” We know that there are rules of … Continue reading

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Never Too Late to Have a Dangerous Childhood

Modern children are typically pampered and sheltered from most of the harsher realities of life. This is a relatively good thing for infants, toddlers, and most kindergartners. But as a child grows older and more independent, he will spend more … Continue reading

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Attack Proofing: A Useful Skill for the Dangerous Child

Previously published on Al Fin, the Next Level The clip above depicts John Perkins with different students, demonstrating the “contact flow” quasi-sparring method of training. Perkins is the developer of the “Attack Proof” method of self defence. Notice how the … Continue reading

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