posted on Feb, 3 2009 @ 01:53 AM
reply to post by ANNED
This is spot on. I do not think the militias are going to be the ones to save us. Nor would I advise anyone to count on anyone else saving you.
There are many variables yet to be seen in as yet unfinished equation and I would imagine the militias being a small part of the equation.
Here are steps I would take... organize a group of close friends you trust that is informed of what is going on. Preferably ones that know how to
shoot a gun. I have done this myself in multiple states. Through out this process I have begun to realize more people know what is going on than I
had ever imagined.
Second, ask any police officer or military personnel in your area, whether you know them or not, in conversation, if martial law were declared would
they follow through with it? Would they confiscate citizen's guns? Again I have been amazed at the response I have unanimously gotten with a
resounding no down here in Texas.
Third remember, the police and the military are American Citizens as well. I would count on more military supporting the citizens than not. They
have families and friends here too. Thank you DevilDog for your input on this thread. Your views have brought me another sliver of hope.
Fourth and most important, remember who your enemies are. In sit x, helping out in your local community and banding together is the best possible
thing you can do.
I do not care how many guns you own, blackwater, the police, and the military, or any other such organization, heaven forbid, willing to carry out
martial law is going to be better armed and a better cohesive fighting force than you. Avoid being the aggressor to such a group.
Violence should be avoided until a last resort of defense. Chances are anyone you have to pull your gun on is simply a puppet. Certainly do not
attack your fellow man. Remember who are the controllers of this. Remember who it is behind the scenes destroying your liberties and who it is in
front of the curtain carrying out their orders. Divided we fall, united we stand.