Roland Vincent is an animal rights activist, an environmentalist, and a civil libertarian, all of which puts him on the political Left. Now on his fifth career (formerly a stockbroker, investment banker, lawyer, and Democratic strategist.
As a political strategist, he ran presidential campaigns in California, and the West, for 2 sitting presidents and 3 presidential aspirants. He also directed California’s Proposition 13 campaign for Howard Jarvis. He now dedicates his time to running progressive social issue campaigns.
As a child of the 60’s, he is brazenly anti-military, he has never been good at following orders or obeying superiors, and he was thrown out of the Cub Scouts for refusing to wear matching pants.
Armory of the Revolution is designed to be a source of philosophical and historical information for animal activists, and a resource for political and organizational strategies to broaden and grow the movement and expand its influence.
Anti military, but curiously, I couch most of my activism in military concepts.
I don’t think in terms of an army, I think in terms of a guerilla.
A band of guerillas, actually.
Guerilla warfare is what we do.
Not with guns or weapons, but with ideas, organization, sound bites, demos, and ALF raids.
The weapon I am most proficient with is the written word.
I have an armory full of that particular weapon which I will be posting here.
Heavy artillery, grenades, tanks, bazookas! Ready for combat.
You just need to go there and pick up your supplies.
They don’t do any good just sitting in inventory.
They need to be read and shared!