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  1. Compare St. Louis MO and Charleston, WV on population vs demographics. I'm under the impression they won't compare by any stretch of the imagination. It's more than night and day; it's like the difference of distance between the Earth-Moon and Earth-Mars transits.
  2. Let me caveat this with the fact that my loyalties begin and end with the Constitution of the United States of America.
  3. Here are my thoughts, not as, but by being an Eagle Scout as well as a retired career Army veteran. In a non-government mandated unit, the members themselves need to assess each member's strengths and weaknesses. By consensus, they must elect a leader as well as fill the required positions. I'm a firm believer in the "Patrol method." Beyond that, in a government mandated unit, I'd support the officers appointed over me.
  4. Trust me, it's already done. They're not big enough centers of gravity to worry about though. If they were, we wouldn't be having this discussion.
  5. Right on! At this point, Antifa is like ELF or ALF up in the Pacific Northwest. If they break inertia in your neck of the woods, write them into your OPLAN and deal with them accordingly, but don't act as an agent provocateur trying to drag us all into your war plan.
  6. Not so much here in West Virginia. We don't have a municipality over 50,000 to my knowledge, and if it's higher, it's not by much. There's no critical mass to confront in the streets.
  7. The "Daily Wire" describes itself as "Counter-culture." Ask yourself, whose side are you on and declare it to the community before you ask,"Should we declare war on Antifa?" My thoughts are: do what's necessary to defend your community..
  8. For any new potential inductee, in the pipeline for membership, I'd have an official in-person link-up, interview, and exchange of public encryption keys generated on site and not uploaded to a public key server, as well as a subsequent background investigation and follow-on investigations as warranted. I'd not conduct any business over unsecured channels and pgp/gpg keys would need to be regenerated once said recruit was sworn in and perhaps every year to two years after that depending on their position..
  9. I get it. Why lose hope though? Isn't this why some brain child delineated the subject of asymmetrical warfare? If push comes to shove and it's a come as you are war, you fight with what you bring and provision yourself by the fat of the land. In a worst case scenario leaders will rise and fall like static positions, but your options more than likely will be: either march or die! So in my mind, the thing to do is network locally, find compatriots you can trust, and steer clear of releasing personal information to organizations which act as honeypots.
  10. I thought the first one was a Benson Auto-gyro or some other model like the one out of "The Road Warrior," but apparently it's a conventional helicopter. I'm curious how much fuel it caries and what kind of lift/endurance it could provide.
  11. Greetings!

    1. BlackbirdBgd

      BlackbirdBgd

      Thank you. :) as well! You

    2. BlackbirdBgd

      BlackbirdBgd

      Thanks! Glad to be here. 😊

  12. What rifle/scope is that and what did you sight the rifle in with (bullet/powder grain wt./zero distance), before you started dumping the rounds down range?
  13. I'm under the impression you'd want a web of trust before you attempted that. Meet people, exchange GPG keys, sign said keys, don't upload them to key servers, and communicate. If you're tech savvy, give them expiration dates as well as use VPNs and SSH for transmission.
  14. The last I recall Title 10 went: 10 U.S. Code § 246 - Militia: composition and classes (a) The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section 313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States and of female citizens of the United States who are members of the National Guard. (b) The classes of the militia are— (1) the organized militia, which consists of the National Guard and the Naval Militia; and (2) the unorganized militia, which consists of the members of the militia who are not members of the National Guard or the Naval Militia. Most State Guards are organized militias under their corresponding state constitutions. I don't think the AG would touch the the unorganized militia unless it was WW4

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