Not in my area, not in my city

Any guerrilla actions – whether it be posting leaflets, graffiti, or fiery greetings – should not be carried out in your area. And if the action is serious, I strongly recommend traveling outside the city (not to mention smaller settlements).


Firstly, in cities, there are unified video surveillance systems that, even with certain breaks in the route, can help security officials calculate the approach / departure path.

Secondly, do not forget about such a police tool as a search dog. Bloodhounds are able to find a person by his scent trail from a minute to several hours ago over tens of kilometers in any climatic and geographical conditions.

Thirdly, in your city you can already stand on the pencil of the special services, if you managed to light up somewhere (including on the Internet).

What to do?

If you live in a big city and decide to post relatively harmless leaflets, you can go to another area by breaking the path by driving without cameras to enter / exit and / or pass through a vast forested area, provided there are no cameras to enter / exit from it. If this is Moscow, it will probably be easier to go to the region.

If you are preparing a serious promotion that you can sit down for a very long time, go to another city. Preferably one with fewer cameras. You should have at least two legends:

1) for the environment (that you are going to a completely different city or just to the country),

2) for garbage, drivers and other curious people (why are you going to city N).

Carefully work out the route so as not to light up your scoreboard and data anywhere.

Break it, make transplants in places where there are no cameras.

And, of course, do not take any phones on the trip and pay only in cash.

If you hold an action in another city, the threats indicated at the beginning of the post remain. Therefore, it is necessary to calculate the time so that after leaving a certain distance, you can take the transport. If you walk for a long time and, moreover, stop, they can follow your trail with a search dog, and the path ahead will simply be cordoned off. Therefore, the withdrawal to the maximum distance should be fast enough but imperceptible. For example, they left through the forest (the patrol car would not pass) to the nearest station (we learned in advance that there were no cameras at the entrance or there was a bypass) and jumped into the train.


There are a lot of bad examples: most of the arsonists and arsonists of military registration and enlistment offices were detained in hot pursuit, as they carried out attacks in their cities or towns. Alas, neither Mikhail Babintsev from the 5,000th Mukhoshibiri, nor Roman Nasryev and Aleksey Nuriev from the 16,000th Bakal had practically no chances to avoid detention.

A good example for our time: back in 2009, when there were no cameras with face recognition, there were much fewer cameras themselves and there was no garbage at each metro station, after the FSB department in Moscow was set on fire (at about 4 am), we moved to the neighboring metro line and exactly with the opening of the station (5:30) we jumped into different trains. They made transfers in the metro and / or continued on their way on land transport. As a result, no one was taken in hot pursuit. Now, of course, such a trick is unlikely to work in Moscow, but this is a good illustration of the approach.

Stay free!


By Treadstone 71

@Treadstone71LLC Cognitive Warfare Training, Intelligence and Counterintelligence Tradecraft, Influence Operations, Cyber Operations, OSINT,OPSEC, Darknet, Deepweb, Clandestine Cyber HUMINT, customized training and analysis, cyber psyops, strategic intelligence, Open-Source Intelligence collection, analytic writing, structured analytic techniques, Target Adversary Research, strategic intelligence analysis, estimative intelligence, forecasting intelligence, warning intelligence, Disinformation detection, Analysis as a Service