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Unorganized Militias:How Effective are they?

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posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 10:54 PM
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Ok here is the deal, I am looking for opinions on the effectiveness and of relevance Unorganized Militas agianist the NWO if they are Unorganized?

[edit on 5-6-2008 by Daverman123]




posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 11:07 PM
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Michigan Militia is probably the most prominent, A far as how effective the unorganized Militia is, It depends on it's members and dedication, If compromised of ex Servicemen or Law Enforcement, Who train those who are not, And they are well armed and such, They can be just as effective as any combat force is, However effectiveness is also supplemented with resupply and constant support, Something the Militia can only dream of.

The body of the Militia is every man 17-45, from every walk of life, They are compromised of soldiers, marines, law enforcement etc...

On this note they will be about as effective as any dedicated insurgency is, Possibly more, Their success will depend completely on The People and rather or not the standing military upholds their oath, If they do uphold their oath, The Militia would play a key role in opposing the NWO.

If they don't uphold their oaths,the Militia will be nothing but a thorn in its side.

The victor will be decided on who wants it more.

[edit on 5-6-2008 by C0le]



posted on Jun, 6 2008 @ 02:36 AM
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By unorganized do you mean undisciplined or guerrilla-like?

An undisciplined militia is a bunch of men with guns, hardly effective in any theater of operations. Against a trained group of soldiers with paychecks on the line and a well-instilled sense of duty/comradeship/moral high-ground/etc. they pose only a slightly greater threat than an unarmed civilian.

On the other hand, a guerrilla group such as those currently engaged in "insurgent" operations against the US forces in Iraq can prove, and historically has proven, to be incredibly effective against conventional armies. They operate with or without leadership, across borders, with any degree of funding, with whatever is available, and are not afraid to die fighting.

The greatest determining factor is, in my opinion, dedication. Throughout history small groups of people have proven that what they lack in funding, training, equipment, and numbers, they make up for in commitment. As many on all sides of the political spectrum have observed, it is truly amazing that the Iraqi insurgency has presented such an obstacle to the greatest military in history.



posted on Jun, 6 2008 @ 03:02 PM
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it could work,however,where do they get their bullets from if the NWO is as in charge of everything as people say it will be?the powers that be would shurly just cut the supply?



posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 05:40 PM
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posted on Jun, 11 2008 @ 10:15 PM
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Two things come to mind. The ONLY way an unorganized militia can defeat the NWO is thru a clear vision of victory and the will to prevail. As for resupply, one would do well to heed Chairman Mao who said "Let the enemy be your quartermaster". Rural folk who know the terrain have an edge over urban-raised soldiers for that reason, along with being in better physical condition and having firm - especially religious- convictions.



posted on Jun, 11 2008 @ 10:50 PM
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Originally posted by Clancy Docwra
it could work,however,where do they get their bullets from if the NWO is as in charge of everything as people say it will be?the powers that be would shurly just cut the supply?


If they are an unorganized militia, it is the duty of each eligible member to already have a plentiful amount of "bullets". The effectiveness of a unit or movement depends on the quality of individuals along with what the ability of an outside threat is. In the face of serious occupation or subjugation, any standing militia will not stand against a professional fighting force. It would devolve into a guerrilla situation. With that said, if a militia was forced to take up arms against a standing army of the same country, there would be all kinds of ramifications involved.



posted on Jun, 12 2008 @ 02:28 AM
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Originally posted by Daverman123
Ok here is the deal, I am looking for opinions on the effectiveness and of relevance Unorganized Militas agianist the NWO if they are Unorganized?

[edit on 5-6-2008 by Daverman123]


I don't really know. Why don't you ask the North Vietnamese, the Afghanis, or perhaps the Iraqis.



posted on Jun, 12 2008 @ 02:31 AM
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Originally posted by Clancy Docwra
it could work,however,where do they get their bullets from if the NWO is as in charge of everything as people say it will be?the powers that be would shurly just cut the supply?

This may sound like a sarcastic response, but I assure you it is not, and I am not joking.

Have you ever played first-person shooter video games? Where do you get your ammo (besides smashing open crates)? You get new weapons and ammo from the guys you kill.

Apply what you have learned from a video game to real life.



posted on Jun, 12 2008 @ 03:05 AM
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if they are loosely organized, they can't be infiltrated.


all major conflicts have been won and lost by treason and deceit, be it code breaking efforts or moles, or a combination of both. won't be taught in books, but it's obvious once you put your mind to it.

inflitration is the greatest threat, always has been, so your reduced combat effectiveness is more than mae up by resilence against assimilation.

a good example can be found here:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

PS: if you're constantly outgunned, maybe you're fighting the wrong battles? militia's job isn't blasting tanks and aircraft, although i suppose it would be rewarding.



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