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Please remain vigilant and keep up with regular notifications.
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Why? Because liberal bliss-ninnies in San Francisco and Boston are not issued flash-bang grenades, battering rams, body armor, flex-cuffs by the gross, and MP-5 submachine guns. No, the dirty end of the confiscation job will fall upon the shoulders of sworn law enforcement officers and gold-badged federal law enforcement agents. The LEOs and the FLEAs. That’s you, Mr. Security Agent.<br style="color:#272a34; font-size:14px; text-align:left"><br style="color:#272a34; font-size:14px; text-align:left">We really don’t want a problem with you, believe me. And there is no reason for us to have a problem, because we both can read the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and neither of us requires a team of black-robed mystics to translate its plain English into Newspeak for improved comprehension. You and I both understand what “the right of ....MORE: https://www.mymilitia.com/blogs/entry/48-dear-mr-security-agent/
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We are excited to get the ASM (area code militias) off the ground and amazed by the positive reception.
So here is the deal.... be the #1 unit with the most members at the end of march and we will send your units commander a $100 amazon card!
Here is a list of currently active units:
you can view the units here:
Right now the 540 unit is leading with 11 members
Don’t see your Area Code Militia?
Ask for it to be started here:
Good Luck to everyone!
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Picked ByMy Militia,
Do you know your area code? Then that is the unit you report to.
As the units are formed links will be posted in the state networks letting you know they are ready to join.
If you wish to lead a MM317 unit speak up and the unit ownership will be transferred to you, you will command that unit as long as you remain in good standing.
Request your unit on this thread, we will start the requested units first and not stop until all 317 have been formed.
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4 years in the making the new version includes many many changes to the site. You will just have to click around to see whats new.
An example of a new feature is the ability to "TURN OUT THE LIGHTS" please leave us some feedback and let us know if you have any issues.
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My Militia will attempt to keep you updated in efforts that are taking place in your areas. we have created a New Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AAsanctuary
The links below will take you to the Second Amendment Sanctuary threads in the state networks, if you have new information or an update please post about it...
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File is attached
My Militia 2020.pdf
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Naturally, after the CIA declassified these photos, people flocked to the ones of the bizarre UFO’s. No one can really tell what this is… None of these photos come with an explanation.
China’s Giant Telescope
This giant, circular structure is actually the world’s strongest telescope. Allegedly. China says that it has the ability to detect all different kind of radio signals, even some that are thousands of light years away.
Top-Secret Facility In The Mountain
This is the Cheyenne Mountain Complex. It’s the largest secret facility on US soil. Even though this photo isn’t top secret anymore, this facility still is! Only highly-classified officials can enter.
Pentagon After 9/11
Needless to say, the Pentagon did not look like this pre-9/11. The American people have never seen the photo of this damage before…
These are OFFICIAL documents! In 1963, the government encountered a UFO in Nevada. This is what they wrote… Naturally, the most important stuff is redacted, but, still!
Bin Laden and His Family
Osama Bin Laden used to be pretty normal, minus his “radical” views, as his family called it. Here he is with his huge family while on vacation in Germany.
Me and The Fam
Charlie Duke, one of the moon landers, left a photo of his family on the moon just in case anyone doubts him! We can only assume that the photo is still there in the very same spot.
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Imagine a world in which political norms have broken down. Senators use bad faith arguments to block the government from getting anything done. An autocrat rigs elections and gives himself complete control over the government. Even stranger, many voters subscribe to the autocrat’s personality cult and agree that he should have absolute control.
Welcome to Rome in the first century B.C.E. The republic that had existed for over 400 years had finally hit a crisis it couldn’t overcome. Rome itself wouldn’t fall, but during this period it lost its republic forever.
The man who played the biggest role in disrupting Rome’s republic was Augustus Caesar, who made himself the first emperor of Rome in 27 B.C.E. By that point, the republic’s political norms had been breaking down for about a century, and Augustus was in a position to take advantage of that.
Before that century, “there had been a really long period where the republic functioned,” says Edward J. Watts, author of the new book Mortal Republic: How Rome Fell Into Tyranny. Political norms were heeded; and when the government ran into a new problem, it would amend itself to keep working. For over 300 years, the republic operated this way. There was no political violence, land theft or capital punishment, because those went against the political norms Rome had established.
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Militia Activist Re-Branded to Meme Militia (2,863 members)
Militia Training Re-Branded to MERC (875 members)
STAND FOR YOUR RIGHTS Re-Branded to STAND WITH VIRGINIA (1,147 members)
Militia Vetting Closed PERMANENTLY
Militia Outfitters Closed PERMANENTLY
Friends of My Militia Closed PERMANENTLY
BOOTS AND BLOOD Closed PERMANENTLY
STAY FROSTY Closed PERMANENTLY
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It is true that there were a few aspects of Roman mythology that were … borrowed … from Greek mythology. However, many aspects of Roman mythology predate any influence from the Greeks. In many cases, the Etruscan culture heavily inspired the Roman deities. There also were several original Roman deities, including Janus, Lares, and Orcus.
2. Nero Fiddled While Rome Burned
This is one of history’s biggest myths. According to the legend, Rome’s Emperor played a fiddle while a great fire ravaged the city. While it is a true that Nero might have been an ineffective leader during times of crisis, this entire story is false. First, the fiddle was not be invented until the Dark Ages. Second — and this is big — Nero wasn’t even in Rome when it burned. He was in the city of Antium at the time, which is located several miles away.
3. Viking Helmets Had Horns
Those Viking-replica headpieces with horns are not historically accurate — at all. The Vikings did not have helmets with horns in them. It was a myth that perpetuated centuries after the Vikings existed. The idea behind the myth was to make the Vikings appear to be more vicious.
4. Rats Caused the Black Death
It turns out the rats were not to blame for the Black Death, no matter what this etching from the time period suggests. Recent studies have exonerated rats as the main culprit behind this pandemic. Rats were rare in Northern European rural areas during this time.
Researchers are still trying to determine the real cause of the Great Plague, and while there are numerous theories, there is no conclusive reason. But one thing is for sure — it wasn’t the rats.
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There probably aren’t any aliens on this military base, but Area 51 has garnered an incredible amount of attention from conspiracy theorists and historians alike. If you try to enter it, you’ll find yourself in the Nevada desert before a fence, a stop sign, and two intimidating warning signs. Beyond that is a series of security cameras, so you will be stopped long before you reach the base itself.
What goes on at Area 51? The U.S. Air Force tests experimental aircrafts, stealth technology, and new weapons. Although not many know exactly what that entails, we assure you it’s Earth technology.
2. Coca-Cola Vault - Atlanta, Georgia
Besides Area 51 and who really killed JFK, Coca-Cola’s formula is the best-kept secret in America.
It’s probably just a marketing ploy to make Coke seem much more special, but it is said that only two Coca-Cola executives know the formula, and each one knows a different half. Unfortunately, there is no proof of this, as there have likely been a handful of employees who’ve known the entire formula.
3. Ark of the Covenant - Ethiopia
Contrary to the ending of Raiders of the Lost Ark, the Ark of the Covenant is said to reside in Aksum, Ethiopia. This holy container for the Ten Commandments has apparently resided in the chapel above for the better part of 3,000 years, when it was taken there from King Solomon’s temple.
When a reporter from Smithsonian magazine visited the chapel in 2007, he met with the Guardian of the Ark, who is the only one permitted to see it. But he didn’t reveal anything else about the Ark, so without any proof, its location remains a mystery.
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MY MILITIA IS NOT ANTI-GOVERMENT NOR ARE WE AN UMBRELLA ORG. WE ARE A NETWORKING, SELF RELIANCE AND EDUCATION COMMUNITY. WE HAVE DEVELOPED THESE BYLAWS AS A STEP TOWARDS THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF OUR GOALS.
The following communication surveys the presence of the Unorganized American Militia movement as to be depicted on the internet and explores how the Militia movement uses My Militia website to build a networked community. The adaption of My Militia from a tool of the elite to a mass consumption commodity for everyone shall increase the potential to improve social organization and strengthen the movement within. This transformation also allows for new conceptions of the community and improves the way relationships based on our shared identities are built. My Militia helps its members improve upon themselves and expand.
My Militia has allowed locally-based groups and isolated individuals to connect with one another and create a shared identity. This identity, based on the connections mediated by My Militia gives the membership a bridge by converting users from individuals to being a part of their local Militia organization.
This is by no means a comprehensive list of all standards held by various elements of the Militia movement. However, it is indicative of the common strands that we feel militia groups should operate. The exact manner in which these three beliefs are verbalized differs from group to group but there are some widely shared interpretations.
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There is, as we all know, HUGE interest stirred up by the proposed attack on the Second Amendment in Virginia.
This is a "Bridge at Remagen" moment: a time when an unexpected opportunity demands that we change all our plans and drive towards a vulnerable spot that the enemy has inadvertently opened up. (Read about the real Bridge at Remagen here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Remagen )
This is a great opportunity to advertise the existence of MyMilitia.com. It's also a great opportunity to build the militia movement, perhaps gaining thousands or even tens of thousands of new members for it.
Is anyone going to the planned demonstration in Virginia? If so, how about making and hold a sign reading something like, "The Second Amendment in Practice: Go to MyMilitia.com. " (Be sure it's painted clearly in large black letters on a white background, two signs back to back; we want it to be clearly visible in photos and on TV.) Go here for more information: https://www.popsci.com/how-to-make-best-protest-sign/
Of course a small leaflet with a brief description of this site and its URL would be useful as well.
But .. .what can be done NOW by EVERYONE is this:
There are now dozens and dozens of YouTube videos on the Virginia situation, and on gun...
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