Not watched all of this yet, but it seems to be worth a watch. Topics touched on include how context determines if violence is moral, violence as a tool for good, the effectives of the “untrained”, and the need for proactive thinking for the “win”.
I was just made aware of Krav Maga studio in my area that was conducting night and low level light training for their students. I guess the idea is that they sleep over or get up in the middle of the night like 3am and starting training. I noticed they were also outside in the night and in the freezing cold ( I live in Canada!) I thought this was pretty cool and I have always admired the way Krav Maga students train because from what I can tell they cover all aspects of self protection in good detail.
Not watched all of this yet, but is seems very interesting. It echoes many of the discussions we have around context determining optimum methods, and how the solutions to one kind of violence can’t be automatically transposed to another.