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    National Militia Recruiting

    National Militias recruiting need to avoid posting in each state's areas. Unless you have a state citizen forming a group locally under your banner, stick to posting in the national militia recruiting area. Thank you, MyMilitia staff.
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    Recruiting for new organization. Name not important. Once vetted and accepted you will beging 3 month prospect period. Upon completion you will be patched a full member. The following need not apply: Basic training washouts Pretenders Drunks Fat asses Addicts Individuals with no tactical experience Bootlickers If these condtions are acceptable to you, and you think youll pass selection, contact me. One email. Your name and location, And you will be re routed to an encrypted text app to discuss your reasons for applying. This is not a once a month bullshit militia for drunks and cop worshippers. This is a resistance movement being formed due to the declining social climate of our nation. You will be tested, you will earn your patch and the right to wear our colors, and you will proudly train under our flag. I look forward to hearing from you, See you on the other side, Warrior.
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    President Donald Trump recently rejected the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty previously signed by the Obama Administration. Though never ratified by Congress, Trump nevertheless made the reversal, delivering the announcement during the recent NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits in Indianapolis. “We’re taking our signature back,” the President said. “The U.N. will soon receive notice that we are rejecting this treaty.” RELATED STORY Bill Allowing CMP to Sell Surplus 1911 Pistols Sent to Trump’s Desk “President Trump’s rejection of this ill-advised treaty is a win for the American people and a win for America’s firearms and ammunition industry,” said Lawrence G. Keane, NSSF Senior Vice President and General Counsel, in an NSSF Statement. “President Trump, today, reasserted American sovereignty of our inherent rights. This demonstrates again that this administration continues to deliver on the promise to protect Second Amendment rights and value the contributions of the firearms industry to our freedoms and economy.” UN Arms Trade Treaty Secretary of State John Kerry signed the UN Arms Trade Treaty in 2013. The U.S. Senate received the Treaty for ratification but never took it up for a vote. Additionally, the treaty intended to control the international trade in firearms. Yet it did so under the guise of protecting human rights, according to an NSSF release. Gun proponents and 2nd Amendment activists also strongly opposed the bill at the time of its signing. Ultimately, it exposed the U.S. firearms and ammunition industry to complex international regulations. Further, it lacked the ability to help curb illegal arms trafficking or protect human rights, much less guarantee the rights of a U.S. citizen. President Trump’s NRA Speech The post President Donald Trump Rejects UN Arms Trade Treaty appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews. View the full article
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    I copied this from a Twitter group. ————— Kissinger’s take on Trump Kissinger is now 94 years old. Recently, he did an interview and said very amazing things regarding President Trump. He starts with: "Donald Trump is a phenomenon that foreign countries haven't seen before!" The former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger gives us a new understanding of President Donald Trump's foreign policy and predicts its success: "Liberals and all those who favor (Hillary) Clinton will never admit it. "They will never admit that he is the one true leader. The man is doing changes like never before and does all of it for the sake of this nation's people. After eight years of tyranny, we finally see a difference." Kissinger knows it and he continues with: "Every country now has to consider two things: One, their perception that the previous president, or the outgoing president, basically withdrew America from international politics, so that they had to make their own assessments of their necessities. "And secondly, that there is a new president who's asking a lot of unfamiliar questions. And because of the combination of the partial vacuum and the new questions, one could imagine that something remarkable and new emerges out of it." Then Kissinger puts it bluntly: "Trump puts America and its people first. This is why people love him and this is why he will remain in charge for so long. There is not a single thing wrong with him and people need to open their eyes." When he boasts that he has a "bigger red button" than Kim Jung Un does, he so transcends the mealy-mouthed rhetoric of the past, thereby forcing a new recognition of American power. Kissinger once wrote: "The weak grow strong by effrontery – The strong grow weak through inhibition!" No sentence better captures the U.S.-North Korea relationship. Trump is discarding the inhibitions and calling the bluff on North Korea's effrontery. His point is that the contrast of American retreat under Obama and its new assertion of power under Trump creates a new dynamic that every one of our allies and of our enemies must consider. Our allies grew complacent with Obama's passivity and now are fearful due to Trump's activism. And they must balance the two in developing their policies. They realize that the old assumptions, catalyzed by Bush 43's preoccupation with Iraq and Obama's refusal to lead are obsolete. So, Trump is forcing a new calculus with a new power behind American interests. Those — here and abroad — who rode the old apple cart worry about it being toppled. But, as Kissinger so boldly stated, "Trump is the one true leader in world affairs and he is forcing policy changes that put America first!“ This is the most accurate statement of what the American citizens who live outside of the swamp want and expect from their government I like the list of 13 things that I, as a senior American citizen, want. Trump is at least talking about issues that most Americans are concerned about. My mantra about Trump is this: Truthfully, we are in agreement with most of what he says. We are getting older and our tickers aren't what they used to be, but what matters is that he covers most of the 13 things we as seniors want, at least I do for sure: 1. Hillary: held accountable for her previous wrongs! 2. Put "GOD" back in America! 3. Borders: Closed or tightly guarded! 4. Congress: On the same retirement and healthcare plans as everybody else. 5. Congress: Obey its own laws NOW! 6. Language: English! 7. Culture: Constitution and the Bill of Rights! 8. Drug-Free: Mandatory Drug Screening before and during Welfare! 9. Freebies: NONE to Non-Citizens! 10. Budget: Balance the dang thing! 11. Foreign Countries: Stop giving them our money! Charge them for our help! We need it here. 12. Term limits for congress And most of all. 13. “RESPECT OUR MILITARY AND OUR FLAG AND OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT!" We the people are coming!
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    Good for Missouri. If I decide to leave Illinois Missouri would be a good home.
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    If We Don't Stop Them...

    If We Don't Stop Them...
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    In his Farewell Address, George Washington warned that the “Spirit of Party” is “the worst enemy” of republics. Sounding like he had watched an evening of cable news in our day, he observed that the “alternate domination of one faction over another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge natural to party dissension” is “itself a frightful despotism”. He asked future generations of Americans to remember that the “common and continual mischiefs of the spirit of party make it the interest and duty of a wise people to discourage and restrain it.”
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    Delta Whiskey 14 LFM checking in.
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    New Mexico Militia under fire...

    Uggh. That guy was dumb carrying on video imho but clearly they "found a way" to get something on them. What are We The People supposed to do when you have half or maybe even more than half the government that won't comply with or enforce laws already on the books in order to garner more power for themselves. Leave it to "authorized" law enforcement but oh by the way they've been ordered to stand down and not enforce the immigration laws. So literally what are we supposed to do. Just sit around and wait for the terrorist sleeper cells coming across the border to get their orders and start going house to house in suburbia beheading people in the middle of the night or something, and then just take it because we can't be islamophobic of course. I really just don't get how this is even possible.
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    New Mexico Militia under fire...

    At least these guys actually got up off the couch and are doing something. This stuff with unconventional political warfare/unbanking and unpersoning people and groups is only going to get worse. Facebook pages and groups seems to me like an unwise thing to be using. Seems like maybe there is a market opportunity for payment processors and other infrastructure that isn't run by the hippies.
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    Email POTUS

    wish he would tweet a link to my militia
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    New Mexico Militia under fire...

    Not literally under fire... but, certainly facing heavy scrutiny in the media and from the left leaning public. Many new outlets are describing them as vigilantes, white supremacists, Nazi's, KKK, and so forth. Not surprising, many leftist trolls have taken to the United Constitutional Patriots Facebook page to toss insults against the Militia. There are also arguments regarding the legality of Militia groups monitoring the border. https://www.infowars.com/united-constitutional-patriots-group-catches-migrant-caravan-illegally-invading-u-s-in-new-mexico/

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