Simple question

Would you join a Militia?

If so what would your intent be?  

I personally do not want to run around in the woods with a rifle but I would be wiling to work to help all the things a militia was originally designed to do.  Meet local threats and aid in disasters of all kinds. 

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Why would I join a militia?Just like I don't belong to a biker club.I have my own bike I don't need yours or your people to ride in the wind.Just like If forced A single person can shoot and move quicker than the blank headed militia.Iv'e seen them in action.Might as well belong to the HeMans woman haters club and shoot paint balls at each other and let the Oath keepers handle what come's our way.

So perhaps that is a no?

So maybe those militias you have observed  are not true militias in the sense that our founding fathers envisioned? 

May be you need to organize a true militia ?

Well before NY banned militas,They played in the woods had beer-fest,Called meetings.I wasn't impressed.But there is safety in numbers,But ya gotta be sober to fight back.

How can the State Ban Militia's 

Your gun club or any social club or even your church  could organize to provide structure for helping each other in event of an emergency ? aka a Stealth militia

After all what was/is a militia ?

I believe the key is having some form of organizational structure under any other name 

Small groups of people can and will make a difference

Most militia folks I know here in AZ are Oath Keepers, former SEALS etc. Don't know what is around you. I am older and not as agile as I was but, yes, I would join them. United we stand, divided we fall!

My mind says, "Right On," but my body says, "Really? Lucks of Luck!"

It would be my honor to be a part of any organization that defends the American way of life and the Constitution ! Remember that we fighting for our children and grand children ! 

YES.   Unfortunately, Kansas doesn't have any.

I am. I think if your able you should. The militia has been turned into a bad thing by the powers that be so for just that reason why wouldn't you. We're all on here commenting about the same things the militia stands for. If the SHTF it's good to know others have your back unless you believe the government will take care of you.

The government will take care of you alright...That is what they built all the Fema Camps for...They will have to do something with all the people that can't take care of themselves after the economy falls apart and our money isn't worth the paper it is written on.. Even though we did make it longer than any other paper money that wasn't backed by gold or anything else..If we hadn't changed our money by letting the government take the gold backing that we had at first when this Nation was first formed...We would still be alright, unless the government has sold off all the gold to China, like I heard it had been...Who knows anymore....





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