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We need to get active troops. We are running out of time to prepare for the possibility of a SHTF scenario. COMMS are extremely important to our success as a whole. It is even more critical that our Leadership be in control of all situations. Our current situation in the country is becoming violent. It is a great time to learn about our enemies. I can only suggest that we not listen to propaganda about what we as the Militia should be doing. We all have passion towards the protection and defense of our great country, but we can not dig our own graves because someone posted to the internet. MyMilitia was created to help keep us all on the same page. Let us not lose our way because of their agenda. 

 

They want us to step up and take the first move of retaliation. We as a whole need to be more vigilant than their desire to attempt to destroy our country. The current times shall pass. This is not the first time and it is not the last. You want to step up and protect your communities, by all means do it, but check with your leaders first. Keep in mind, you are States Militias. Once you cross state lines with loaded weapons, you become felons. The only person who can have you cross state lines is our Commander and Chief President Donald Trump. Everyone needs to get active in the Area Code Militias. Please be safe and learn everything you can about the enemy at hand, Both ANTIFA but more importantly the Federal Government. God Be With Us! III%

 

1st SGT 19th Tennessee Infantry, 1st Div. A Co.



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1 hour ago, MiguelCepeda said:

"Enemy" has a specific legal definition. I think there are many in government that have an adversarial interpretation to the US Constitution and a warped world view. I met some when I was in federal service. But I would never call them an enemy until such time they crossed the threshold of coming for my life. Curtailing liberty wouldn't necessarily put them in the "enemy" category because there is a lot of misinterpretation going on. It would have to be significant to bring me to the point of designating an enemy. ANTIFA, by their own assertions, is a legit enemy. Ditto NFAC.

 

I think we need to be extra careful with assigning the term "enemy". Useful idiots is probably closer to the truth. 

Call them whatever you want, in my opinion they are one of the enemies.

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1 hour ago, MiguelCepeda said:

I think we need to be extra careful with assigning the term "enemy"

 

A few years back I got into the habit of using the term Threat and Threat Forces. REDFOR is starting to gain traction nowadays as they out themselves.

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6 hours ago, MiguelCepeda said:

"Enemy" has a specific legal definition.

 

 

For those curious.

 

This means that an elected official acting against the United States, in violation of their oath of office, and with intent to deprive citizens of their rights, is an enemy - according to their own definition.  Incidentally, it would make people like George Soros an "enemy" as well - and since the definition includes corporations, let's not forget to include Google, Facebook, and Twitter.  Yes, BLM is a legal entity (501c3), but at this point, the term "useful idiots" applies more to them, I believe.

 

The overwhelming push to remain devoutly loyal to a government and/or its elected and appointed officials while at the same time openly admitting that the same government (and/or its elected and appointed officials) have crossed the line into open tyranny and oppression of the citizenry is why I believe you (not we - I joined this website to test the waters, and I do not believe militias, as people on this website address them, are going to be a viable solution when push comes to shove) have already lost.  It's why I wouldn't be surprised to learn that various individuals in leadership roles here would be happy to rat out people they deem to be a Red Flag threat.  It's why I'm disinclined to throw my hat in with a militia here, when I doubt their convictions, their loyalties, and their trustworthiness.

 

Part of this is a personal failing of my own, in that I am admittedly incredibly cynical and I do not trust others easily.  Part of this is what I've seen in my short time here, and why I'm currently weighing the pros and cons of simply deleting my account and moving on.  I keep hoping someone will change my mind.

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27 minutes ago, coffeebear said:

 

For those curious.

 

This means that an elected official acting against the United States, in violation of their oath of office, and with intent to deprive citizens of their rights, is an enemy - according to their own definition.  Incidentally, it would make people like George Soros an "enemy" as well - and since the definition includes corporations, let's not forget to include Google, Facebook, and Twitter.  Yes, BLM is a legal entity (501c3), but at this point, the term "useful idiots" applies more to them, I believe.

 

The overwhelming push to remain devoutly loyal to a government and/or its elected and appointed officials while at the same time openly admitting that the same government (and/or its elected and appointed officials) have crossed the line into open tyranny and oppression of the citizenry is why I believe you (not we - I joined this website to test the waters, and I do not believe militias, as people on this website address them, are going to be a viable solution when push comes to shove) have already lost.  It's why I wouldn't be surprised to learn that various individuals in leadership roles here would be happy to rat out people they deem to be a Red Flag threat.  It's why I'm disinclined to throw my hat in with a militia here, when I doubt their convictions, their loyalties, and their trustworthiness.

 

Part of this is a personal failing of my own, in that I am admittedly incredibly cynical and I do not trust others easily.  Part of this is what I've seen in my short time here, and why I'm currently weighing the pros and cons of simply deleting my account and moving on.  I keep hoping someone will change my mind.

What do believe will be the solution? To be clear, I do not think militias are the answer to most of the problems we face. I think their purpose is to be ready to defend the country and Constitution with arms if need be, to try and preserve the freedom and liberty we have. But, while it could come to that eventually, that is not what we face now. We need to continue trying to find other ways to change the country that isn't through guns and violence. While I'm positive many think that is the answer, I believe it isn't. Having a war would be the last thing I would want. However, if it does come to that, we need to be ready. And that is where militias come in.

As I told you before, I claim no loyalty to those in government. As I had to explain to Miguel, I support the form of government that is mandated in the Constitution, but I do not necessarily support those holding the government positions. Many, if not most, have violated their oath they took.

I hope you do stay around. It is always good to have different views and perceptions about things to challenge one another. 

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16 hours ago, O sleeper said:

What do believe will be the solution? To be clear, I do not think militias are the answer to most of the problems we face. I think their purpose is to be ready to defend the country and Constitution with arms if need be, to try and preserve the freedom and liberty we have. But, while it could come to that eventually, that is not what we face now. We need to continue trying to find other ways to change the country that isn't through guns and violence. While I'm positive many think that is the answer, I believe it isn't. Having a war would be the last thing I would want. However, if it does come to that, we need to be ready. And that is where militias come in.

As I told you before, I claim no loyalty to those in government. As I had to explain to Miguel, I support the form of government that is mandated in the Constitution, but I do not necessarily support those holding the government positions. Many, if not most, have violated their oath they took.

I hope you do stay around. It is always good to have different views and perceptions about things to challenge one another. 

 

I hope your right, but I unfortunately do not believe we can protect and change this country without violence.  The corruption and lies have been going on for far to long and protesting can only do so much in the media eye.  People in power will say or do anything in public to save face, but once behind closed doors they do the exact opposite.  This whole system is damaged.  

 

For example, salaries are staying the same for the citizens, but costs are rising exponentially on goods, services, taxes, etc.  I just paid $101 dollars to renew my truck and motorcycle tag for one year.  Ten years ago this was only $40, maybe less.  There were state fees, license fees, etc.  What do these state fees include?  To drive my personal vehicle to earn a living and pay taxes to the state and feds?  To be abiding by the law to drive on our roads?  Seems pretty petty to me.  I understand the cost of making the sticker, but is it really $101? 

 

The people of this country are getting trampled on every day by our state officials and at the federal level.  I unfortunately believe one day and honestly hope the American people say enough is enough and we start fighting back.  We have to or in 5 to 10 years it will be scary.  We only need a small group of people to get the movement started, but many are scared to and rightfully so.  We can lose our jobs if we speak out publicly, etc, but if we don't the result will be a disaster for true Americans.

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1 minute ago, Alex419 said:

 

I hope your right, but I unfortunately do not believe we can protect and change this country without violence.  The corruption and lies have been going on for far to long and protesting can only do so much in the media eye.  People in power will say or do anything in public to save face, but once behind closed doors they do the exact opposite.  This whole system is damaged.  

 

For example, salaries are staying the same for the citizens, but costs are rising exponentially on goods, services, taxes, etc.  I just paid $101 dollars to renew my truck and motorcycle tag for one year.  Ten years ago this was only $40, maybe less.  There were state fees, license fees, etc.  What do these state fees include?  To drive my personal vehicle to earn a living and pay taxes to the state and feds?  To be abiding by the law to drive on our roads?  Seems pretty petty to me.  I understand the cost of making the sticker, but is it really $101? 

 

The people of this country are getting trampled on every day by our state officials and at the federal level.  I unfortunately believe one day and honestly hope the American people say enough is enough and we start fighting back.  We have to or in 5 to 10 years it will be scary.  We only need a small group of people to get the movement started, but many are scared to and rightfully so.  We can lose our jobs if we speak out publicly, etc, but if we don't the result will be a disaster for true Americans.

I think violence is inevitable at some point. I just don't think that should be our immediate reaction. We should try to avoid it and change things through other ways if we can, but I do think it will happen, unfortunately.

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5 minutes ago, O sleeper said:

I think violence is inevitable at some point. I just don't think that should be our immediate reaction. We should try to avoid it and change things through other ways if we can, but I do think it will happen, unfortunately.

 

I agree with you.  Violence should be the action of last resort.  But it seems inevitable, at this point, if there isn't a change that I don't anticipate.

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I know too well the ever increasing cost the working class is placed in. I have spent my entire life in it. Taxes going up, food prices going up, utilities, taxes everything but our incomes. When people on TV talk about retirement I have to laugh because we do not make enough to retire on, or have savings. We keep moving into smaller homes, or move in with other family members because we can no longer afford to have a place of our own, and its frustrating !!!! Our elected officials seem to want to stay on vacation while its people are left to defend for themselves with no jobs, no money, and no way to get any. That would drive many to commit crimes in order to feed their kids. One thing we must face is our elected officials in the capital building do not want to serve the people, and from their actions have no intention of serving the people. So what is it they are doing ? With all this madness going on it is hard for anyone to know what to do in this situation. Do we grab our guns and start taking out polititions, corporate CEOs, bankers ?? Do we stay put and do nothing and see what happens ?? When do we do something, and who will lead us ?? This is what we need to be talking about,  What about this virus, is it real, or a ploy for some unknown outcome ?? Half the people think its fake, and the other half think its real. I joined up looking for answers myself, and all I have is more questions. Is now the time to do something, or do we keep waiting ???? Someone , anyone, What do we as the American militia do ???????????????????

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That would depend on the individual, what shape they are in, their skills, and their equipment. I for one am sick of all the word games going around, and do not want to play them when the meaning is clear.

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11 minutes ago, Kaser100 said:

That would depend on the individual, what shape they are in, their skills, and their equipment. I for one am sick of all the word games going around, and do not want to play them when the meaning is clear.

What I meant was, a militias main objective seems to be to protect the country with arms if necessary. Of course there are some who do community service and other things. A Patriot can focus on all kinds of things; elections, education system, politics, etc., as well as protect the country with arms.

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Right now I think most people are just looking for their next meal. Our government seems to be set on vacation mode, and jobs are gone. The militia is everyone, and each of us must make the best decision we can with the information we have. Their in lies the problem because we have no information. Patriots are sitting around doing nothing because we have no knowledge and no guidance. We listen to sites trying to make since of all the madness, and find nothing but a blank void afterwords.

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8 minutes ago, Kaser100 said:

Right now I think most people are just looking for their next meal. Our government seems to be set on vacation mode, and jobs are gone. The militia is everyone, and each of us must make the best decision we can with the information we have. Their in lies the problem because we have no information. Patriots are sitting around doing nothing because we have no knowledge and no guidance. We listen to sites trying to make since of all the madness, and find nothing but a blank void afterwords.

Just because most aren't doing anything, doesn't mean we can't do anything. Yes, there is strength in numbers, but even one man (or woman) can make a big difference. Try to be that man.

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You say one person can make a difference ? How can one person get money to the jobless Americans that are loosing their homes right now ? How can one person pass a bill to help the people of America doing the job Congress will not ?

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28 minutes ago, Kaser100 said:

You say one person can make a difference ? How can one person get money to the jobless Americans that are loosing their homes right now ? How can one person pass a bill to help the people of America doing the job Congress will not ?

I cannot necessarily tell you how. I'm not an expert on all kinds of subjects and there are many areas I have no experience in. I will tell you that if you have a mind to do something, and determination, and you have God on your side, you can accomplish things most would say are impossible. If there is a will, there is a way. You may be on your own, but don't let that stop you. The sky is the limit. 

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37 minutes ago, Kaser100 said:

You say one person can make a difference ? How can one person get money to the jobless Americans that are loosing their homes right now ? How can one person pass a bill to help the people of America doing the job Congress will not ?

 

Stay within your realm of influence. Connect with others who have other realms of influence. That is an intentional act. It requires moving your feet. Be at every political party meeting in your county: trust me from experience, your realm of influence and connections will BLOSSOM.  You will see the opportunities because they will be painfully obvious. Start an Informations Operations cell in your county. Posting on everything....school....public safety, etc. Take a class on campaign management. It's free. 

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12 minutes ago, Kaser100 said:

Well I can not call on my congressman because hes on vacation so thats one down.

Call him when he gets back

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Just now, Kaser100 said:

Where can I take a free class on campaign management ?

 

Dude. How do you put your pants on in the morning?  (1) You can WRITE your congresscritter and add a return receipt when it is signed for. You can call the state GOP/Tea Party/Constitution party and yes....even the Democrat party on when/where they are doing their classes. Political Activism didn't start yesterday. It's been moving along well before someone got shot in the face at Yorktown.

 

NETWORK. What does yours look like? Do one thing a week to build your network. Less time on the computer.....more time meeting face to face for coffee of whatever.

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