censorship The Censorship Intensifies Against Fieldcraft Survival Forrest Cooper November 13, 2020 5 Comments, Join the Conversation If you were looking for Fieldcraft Survival recently, and had difficulty finding their website, it wasn't your fault. In a sudden takedown, the entire storefront disappeared, and more effectively than if a BGM-71 TOW missile had hit the front door. We'd spoken about the censorship that had struck American Contingency and Fieldcraft Survival recently, but no one was expecting what came next. Mike Glover, founder of Fieldcraft Survival, and Special Forces Veteran had left the service to pursue the American Dream: building his own company, and putting blood, sweat, and tears into it to make something for himself. The idea behind the company wasn't as pathologically simple and personal enrichment, but meant to give valuable skills and information to those who sought it out. That dream eventually lead into American Contingency, which, as he described himself, was a grass-roots answer to the increasing limitations put on police across the country. As many of us received word from our local governments that No One Is Coming To Save You, Mike Glover saw his network as an opportunity to unite people across the country to look out for credible threats, regardless of politics or affiliation. Yet that wasn't enough, as eventually his Instagram and Facebook pages were cut off from communication. This falls in line with our concerns regarding censorship, as he never advocated for violence, but rather worked to warn people if it was in their backyard. Not Enough, Ever Enough? We could have tied a nice bow there, and called it normal for political censorship in an election year. Yet the problems did not end there. Soon after he faced further problems. Soon after, not only could Instagram and Facebook users not even look for his name, but even family member's pages were taken down from social media. His mother, who owns a salon, soon found out that her social media presence was deemed questionable by Facebook and taken down. Now such things almost feel expected. But what came next raised hairs on the necks of more than just Americans. Fieldcraft Survival, which teaches people how to be independent and self sustaining, disappeared from the internet suddenly. Its many products, from training courses to the ubiquitous hats and t-shirts, were suddenly removed from the marketplace, with barely an explanation. As expected, censorship is typically followed by lucid statements lacking commitment, opening the platform up to pseudo-intellectual interpretation availing open-ended enforcement. The Good News The good news is that Fieldcraft Survival is now back up and available. If you're one of those who follow both us, and Fieldcraft Survival, there's good news. Mike Glover has been able to secure a new web host, and one that's 2A friendly. You can find his products at https://fieldcraftsurvival.com. The best place to find him is locals.com at Americancontingency.locals.com At the same time you can find his introduction at americancontingency.com MORE ON CENSORSHIP Year after year, Americans proves that the Second Amendment isn't going away. Here's the testimony. American Contingency Censored. Mike Glover, of Fieldcraft Survival gets targeted. Read more. No On Is Coming To Save You: RuneNation on Personal Ownership in the Age of Censorship. Warrior Poet Society, John Lovell, addresses Censorship, The Second Amendment, and Moving Forward. Iraqveteran8888 has survived the oncoming censorship, but here's his account. Facebook and Instagram have even taken to censoring pro-2A clothing companies: here's the story. Explore RECOILweb:SHOT Show Gallery OnePhoenix Fusion TA Carry Review5.11 Releases the Taclite AnorakCZ-USA Makes Show of Suppressor Force at SHOT NEXT STEP: Download Your Free Target Pack from RECOILFor years, RECOIL magazine has treated its readers to a full-size (sometimes full color!) shooting target tucked into each big issue. Now we've compiled over 50 of our most popular targets into this one digital PDF download. From handgun drills to AR-15 practice, these 50+ targets have you covered. Print off as many as you like (ammo not included). Get your pack of 50 Print-at-Home targets when you subscribe to the RECOIL email newsletter. We'll send you weekly updates on guns, gear, industry news, and special offers from leading manufacturers - your guide to the firearms lifestyle.You want this. Trust Us.