Defend The Perimeter

Jeff Putnam

shoulders of men to create order.

shoulders of men to create order.



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A life lived in servitude to the empire is a life filled with shallow virtues. Modern culture tells us that we are all one people when in reality, we have always been divided. The modern empires were built on the bones of conquered and absorbed tribes, each with its own distinct culture and values that have been slowly eroded away through compromise in the name of universal inclusivity. Man was not designed to belong to everyone and everything. He was created for the tribe. Ancient man endeavored to build great walls around his people to keep them safe. While his intentions were noble, these walls intended to keep the untamed wilds at bay became a prison, trapping the wildness of man within them. Modern men fall further from their true nature the longer they remain within the walls of the empire. They’re slowly dying and there is only one solution. They must return to the way of the tribe.
The Perimeter is a follow-up to Empire Divided that challenged the global-centric idealism that plagues our modern world. If a noble culture based on virtue and greatness is to once again emerge, the battle lines must be drawn. The way of the tribe is the way of man as he was meant to be.
To bring order to the dark forces that seek the destruction of masculinity and personal sovereignty, men must take their light and journey beyond the border fires. They must meet the enemy on their own turf and invade the hearts and minds of those that can still be saved.


IT HAS ALWAYS FALLEN TO THE SHOULDERS OF MEN TO CREATE ORDER. To defeat chaos in a battle of wills and plant their flags on one spot. Their home. Within that home, a fire is built, and its light stretches out across the encampment creating a perimeter, a circle of trust—a haven for those who belong to the tribe.
Within the confines of the perimeter where the tribe gathers around the fire, stories are told. And from those stories, a culture, a creed, a way of life is established. That tribe learns to be interdependent upon one another in order to not only survive but flourish.
Yet out there, just beyond the edge of the firelight, lies the darkness. Within that darkness lurks chaotic forces with an insatiable hunger that seek to consume those that live in the light.
The duty of man is to guard the perimeter and, when necessary, take the light with him and journey into the night, hunting those feral beasts that would do his tribe harm.
He is the sentinel, the watcher, and the warrior. He stands with the light to his back to defend those behind him.
He defends the perimeter.