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Ant wrote (edited )

some thoughts:

People buy gasoline for their lawnmowers or whatever while raising no suspicion

it depends how much you need

if you're going to burn somewhere down, rather don't buy gasoline and then burn things the same day, or even within two weeks of buying it if you want to be extra safe

Kitchen oil doesn't work

alternatively if you have a car that can be siphoned you could fill it up and then siphon the gas elsewhere

it doesn't sound like you've done much research on your own which is a bit of a red flag for me


RedEmmaSpeaks wrote

The whole post raises red flags for me. It reeks of someone trolling or being a very bad informant. Is plant the term for this kind of thing, an infiltrator who tries to set someone up by confessing to or committing a crime, so the authorities can come down on them? Because that's what this sounds like.

In any case, while there may be times where arson is needed, fires are hard to control and may likely destroy whatever you're trying to save.

In any cause, whenever taking any kind of direct action against the State, be aware that they have an infinite number of resources to throw at you and it will take more than a mere arson to take out such a deeply-rooted system.

When there is that lopsided a difference in terms of power between the two sides, obviously the weaker, less funded side cannot lash out willy-nilly. Every strike most be carefully planned. Strategy is an absolute must, because they are working with much less of a margin of error than the State is. While it's impossible to predict everything, a good strategy carefully maps out any direct actions, what they are going to do and why, plans for Murphy's Law (because nothing will ever go off without any complications), and braces for any retaliation to follow, because it WILL follow.


raindropq wrote (edited )

i think you might find they have legitimate ways of accomplishing such a deconstruction project. why not request a permit of the proper authority and have the fire department on sight with extinguishers and water to protect the rare trees?