• The Art of Guerrilla Warfare

  • By: J. J. Tucker
  • Narrated by: Drama Simpson
  • Length: 3 hrs and 22 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (77 ratings)

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The world's most dangerous book. A timeless piece that would undoubtedly disrupt the plans of any authoritarian regime. The Art of Guerrilla Warfare is a must-listen for anyone interested in military strategy.

Fighting a superior foe is a momentous task. There are many ways it can be done, there are many ways victories can be achieved. In war, there are no rules, there are no laws. There are only strategies and tactics. Many say what they would do in the face of tyranny, many know what they should do when the powerful become predators. 

A divided people can be isolated and devoured. Survival depends upon the masses forming one mind. There is no time to weigh the importance of morality as the devil approaches. To even question any tactics that lead to victory is foolish. There is no need to ponder what the enemy deems acceptable, they occupy the opposite end of the spectrum for a reason. At war with a superior force, one has no choice but to assume the role of the guerrilla.

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Phenomenal!!! What a blast

Second time through it: highly recommend it to anyone who has enjoyed,the 48lops, the prince,miyamoto,on war,sun tzu,ect and pimpin kens art of human chess,again, this was a blast. Excellent narration, thank you Mr. Tucker

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Ding Ding! SCHOOL IS IN SESSION!!!

This is gold right here.. great addition to my library, absolutely loved the manuscript. Author did a great job

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Gorilla Warfare review.

thought this book was very informative in the way the world works. I like the tactics and strategic talked about in this audio. I would highly recommend this book.

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Not what I though

Racism, Classism, and control of an oppressed populous. I believe that much of the book is on point. I though I was going to read about urban warfare, and counterinsurgency - that it was not. I do not like a book that tells it's reader that the elite was to keep the lower class down. The poorest, and brownest of people can in fact create the future the want in this nation and in most western nations. Generalizing in the way the author is doing makes me think that these generalizations apply everywhere. I believe that the message the Black Panthers in the 1960s were pretty much correct, but it doesn't apply to these times in every instance.

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Pretty extreme

Was looking for something on the history of guerrilla warfare. This is an encyclopedia on how to wage it surprised it’s allowed to be on here.