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Dissident Soldier’s Field Manual
Unconventional Warfare and Conflict in the Modern Times as
well as the Future World

First Edition

March 2018




First part written by The Punisher2018

Other parts taken from various sources

Assembled and updated regularly by The Punisher 2018

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Intro

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Part One:

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The Essays on War by The Punisher 2018

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The Technological Soldier

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The Deep Web/Dark Web

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Collateral Damage

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Psychological Warfare

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Interregation Techniques

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Torture

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Close Quarter Combat

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Part Two:

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Selected Works Various Sources

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Traditional Army Hand Signals

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Urban Operations

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Room and Hallway Clearing

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Interrogation

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Select Works of Mao Tse-Tung

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Guerilla Tactics as Taught

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REGULAR HIDING PLACES AND PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN WE HALT
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TRAINING

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Guerilla Tactics by Che Guevara

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The Zapatista Mexican Rebellion, its Revolutionary Objectives and Tactics

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Techniques of the Mexican Cartel

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Getting on the Deep Web Internet Article

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7 Kinds of Hackers

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ISIS Torture Techniques

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The Hacker Toolbox

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Hacker Terms

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US Army Forges Ahead in Their Commitment to 3D Printing

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Putin says the nation that leads in AI ‘will be the ruler of the world’

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NSA Surveillance Program

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AR15 Parts

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Part Three

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Homemade Explosives

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Plastic Explosive Filler

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Improvised Black Powder

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Fertilizer Explosive

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Pipe Hand Grenade

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Nail Grenade

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Mortar Scrap Mine

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Electric Bulb Initiator

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Delay Igniter from Cigarette

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Watch Delay Timer

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Mercury Fulminate

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Lead Azide

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DDNP

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Be Invisible to Police

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Appendix

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2018 List of Secure Emails

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Security Points for Beginner Deep Web Users

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2018 Deep Web Links

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Police Scanner Codes

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Basic Rights of US Citizens When Stopped by Police

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Intro
Dissident, rebels, freedom fighters, Hacktivist or terrorist; the title changes depending on who
one speaks with. I, like any soldier, have my set of values, does, ethics, politics and so on but
we’re not here to discuss my beliefs. This manual is not intended to promote any single
agenda, it's a manual for the street level soldier of any movement. It's the training, tools and
understanding of the dynamics of unconventional warfare today and tomorrow. 

Many will criticize me for not publicly endorsing a movement, many will try to say that I’m a
nihilist without a true agenda. This is not true, but it also is more true than I’d like to admit.
There needs to be counter pressure at all time regardless of what is in power because there are
two enemies of the people and these are the state and corporations. Attacking the state is a
more conservative approach, fighting for individual freedom yet attacking the corporations is
liberal as it puts the many of the individual and fights social injustices. Regardless we need
people on both sides always adding pressure because in their absence tyranny and fascism
(conservative or liberal) will rise. So although I promote one agenda but I also promote the art
of eternal conflict. Further more I am and always have been a soldier, war is in my veins and if I
am being honest with myself, I will fight regardless. If you think this notion is insane, I want you
to think about the countless US service men and women who’ve served during a time of war
even though they didn’t agree with the conflict. While in the service I’ve met many who were
there not for patriotism, money or politics but to feed the warrior within. 

In ancient times men and women have had the urge to battle, many without the faintest idea of
why they are doing it besides an inner compulsion. This is because war is natural for mankind,
it has many positive influences over the world’s population, evolution and advancements. Sure
many have been slapped with a label or cause onto something but many times these things
like “patriotism” is just a justification for their actions in a modernized world of empathy, which
is something that the future will lack (as I will explain later.)


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Part One:
The Essays on War by The
Punisher 2018


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What follows are some brief essays by The Punisher2018. This section is basic for now but
there are future plans to expand greatly on many of these topics as well as add new ones in
future editions.


The Technological Soldier
In the past a soldier was a brute and comprised more brawn, drive and brutality than brains.
They were expendable on the field and their worth was measured in blood. Today’s soldier is
more of a jack of all trades with a main skill that contributes to the movement. All soldiers
today must balance brain and brawn. The hacker is the token of the street level soldier that has
redistributed the power into our favor.

Today everything is on the internet, from the distribution of utilities, to medical treatment and
military craft. A well skilled hacker can shut down a more traditional army by attacking
satellites, comms, orders and disable or start any missle system up to and including nuclear
arms. This hacker soldier can do all this from the comfort of their own bedroom and it is this
Overwatch that paves the way for the street infantry movement.

Imaginer the devastation one could do by looping a feed of the perimeter from the previous
day in the enemies tracking systems all the while using hijacked satellite feeds to move around
units for attack. Imagine hijacking comms and moving entire squads into designated killzones. 


The Deep Web/Dark Web
The deep web is the internet that is not indexed and known for their anonymity. With the proper
knowledge an entire movement can exist outside the reach of any infiltrators and communicate
anonymously with extreme encryption and IP blocking. The deep web is a haven of crime
where drugs and all kinds of illegal activity takes place but it is where dissidence thrives. The
Arab Spring movement was all coordinated undetected by the governments in the middle east
during 2010 thanks to the deep web.

The deep web grew with help from the U.S. military, which sought a way to communicate with
intelligence assets and Americans stationed abroad without being detected. Paul Syverson,
David Goldschlag and Michael Reed, mathematicians at the Naval Research Laboratory,
worked on the concept of “onion routing” in 1995. Their research soon developed into The
Onion Router project, better known as Tor, in 1997. They had no clue how powerful this
network would be for the future dissident soldier.

Today entire missions can be carried out all over the country with no central physical building
to alert the authorities, furthermore this network is anonymous and cannot be breached. If one
doubts this just read the story of the Silk Road drug operation that was only crushed because
of a stupid mistake.

This brings me to my next topic, network security. This cannot be an expendable part of any
modern movement, it takes a simple coding era like in Silk Road to bring the whole thing
down. With that stated its vital to use experts in cyber security that are constantly being used
and rotated. Security protocols should be conducted in a revolving and evolving method.
Domains should be on .onion and accessed by TOR browsers with a good IP blocker. All
websites and forums should be rotated to new domains monthly, and all passwords changed
weekly. This should only be communicated by deep web email services that are untraceable

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and build with a self deleting mechanism set for twenty-four hours. Nothing should be kept on
a computer, all Intel needs to be stored on an external and deeply encrypted drive.  

If the clear net (surface net) is used, especially for mainstream social media, protocols need to
be in place and more delicate information should either be coded or omitted completely. All
social networking conducted needs to be conducted by a “clean computer” that is never
attached to any sensitive Intel. An IP blocker should be used and all user names false, every
month changing to prevent any kind of tracking. Social media is important in providing
the uneducated on the movement, providing real material of intent, mission and a place to feed
propaganda on the opposition. These social media sites should be regulated by set people
who have no further operation within the movement to give a lone wolf appearance. Any
connection can bring an entire movement down and must be avoided. Only in extreme
situations can these clear net soldiers be used and once used they no longer can return to their
clear net position.

 The flow of information is imperative to be run smoothly and without interruption. Total
anonymity is guaranteed as long as the tech is skilled. With this valuable asset the war can be
won. The deep web has made it easier than ever in organizing, planning and deploying
missions and Intel. 


Collateral Damage
This is an unfortunate aspect of war and although we should minimize this we cannot
jeopardize the progress over it. The opposition will use the casualties in their slander campaign
to paint your organization as a terrorist group and it is the job of spokespersons to address
these incidents. Always own up to the mistake, express regret but explain the lack of options,
trying to divert blame to the opposition but being careful not to oversell it.


Psychological Warfare
Make the enemy fear you and victory is around the corner. This can be accomplished through a
history of brutality such as hanging the skinned corpses of the enemy in public spaces, videos
of torture and executions (explained more in depth later) and even using various psychotropic
drugs.

Amphetamines are a well-tested drug known for focus, drive, energy and therefore they provide
an advantage in stimulant induced combat readiness. One must be careful because too much
of the drug can cause psychosis and cause one to be more prone to making mistakes.
Methamphetamine is a more dirty speed that should only be used as a last resort. Due to the
addictive nature of these drugs all soldiers should be properly screened to prevent abuse.

Using psychedelic drugs such as LSD has been practiced by our own government, more
important during the MKULTRA CIA experimentations on mind control. Contaminating a water
supply with large amounts of these substances can be beneficial in giving your group the upper
hand. 

There are other means of psych warfare such as low frequency audio waves which cause
disorientation and physical illness. Staged, fabricated execution films/torture films can be
made to deter soldiers from engaging your group while under the assumption that the videos
are authentic.


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Interregation Techniques
1. Abdominal Slap— The purpose was to cause the detainee to feel fear and despair, to
punish certain behavior and humiliate or insult the detainee, according to a description in
government documents, obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union in 2009. The
interrogator stands about a foot from the detainee's stomach, and slaps the detainee with the
back of his hand. The interrogator's hand is held with the fingers together and straight and
slaps the detainee's abdomen. The CIA was using this technique prior to 2004 without
approval by the Justice Department.

2. Attention Grasp— The interrogator grabs the detainee by the collar, with two hands, and
pulls him closer in, according to a description of the technique by former CIA acting general
counsel John Rizzo. Rizzo described this technique being used on Al Qaeda operative Abu
Zubaydah in his recent book, "Company Man."

3. Cramped Confinement— The interrogator would put the detainee in a box, sometimes big
enough to stand in, for up to 18 hours, or one only big enough to curl up in for up to two hours,
Rizzo said in his book. The interrogator had the option to put a "harmless" insect inside the
small box when the technique was used on Zubaydah, because he hated bugs, Rizzo said.

4. Dietary Manipulation— This technique involved switching from solid foods to liquid. For
instance, in August 2002, Zubaydah was put on a liquid diet that consisted of Ensure and
water, the Senate report said.

5. The Facial Hold— The interrogator holds the detainee's head so it can't move and puts one
hand on each side of the detainee's face, keeping fingertips away from the detainee's eyes,
Rizzo explained in his book.

6. The Facial Slap/Insult Slap— The interrogator slaps the detainee in the face, with fingers
spread, striking between the chin and earlobe, Rizzo explained in his book. The idea, Rizzo
said, was to startle or humiliate the detainee, Zubaydah, and "disabuse him of the notion that
he wouldn't be physically hit."

7. Nudity— This technique was used with others. For instance, a detainee would be forced to
stand for prolonged periods while nude.

8. Stress Positions— The purpose of these techniques are to stimulate mild discomfort from
extended muscle use, according to a description in a government document obtained by the
ACLU. Two such positions, used on Zubaydah, were to have him sit on the floor with his legs
stretched out in front of him and his arms above his head, or kneeling on the floor while leaning
back at a 45-degree angle, Rizzo said in his book.

9. Sleep Deprivation— Detainees were kept awake for up to 180 hours, often standing or in a
stress position, the Senate report said. Sometimes, the detainees' hands would be shackled
above their heads. At least five detainees had "disturbing hallucinations" during this technique,
and in two of those cases, the CIA continued the practice. One detainee, Arsala Khan,
hallucinated after 56 hours of standing sleep deprivation in October 2003. After this, the CIA
came to the conclusion that he "does not appear to be the subject involved in ... current plans
or activities against US personnel or facilities." After about a month of detention and
interrogation, the CIA recommended he be released to his village, but interrogators instead
transferred him to the US military, where he remained in custody for four years.

10. Wall Standing— A detainee faces a wall, standing about four feet away. The interrogator
has the detainee reach out his arms toward the wall so that his fingers are touching it. The
detainee would have to hold that position indefinitely, according to a description by Rizzo
about this technique used on Zubaydah.


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