This thread is here to compare Western and Middle Eastern anonymous resistance movements.
This quote is from July 20th on this Website:
ACM members must agree not to divulge their identities and affiliation with the ACM publicly, and are not authorized to identify themselves as members
of the ACM to the news media.
County Unit leaders are known by name only to their unit members. Members and Leaders from one unit rarely know the names of other Unit Leaders or
members. We know each other by our radio call-signs only. Not even our Commander knows the names of our County Unit members, nor even the
County Unit Leaders.
The ACM is structured this way so that if one unit is compromised or infiltrated, no other units will be at risk.
Some of our county units train and prepare to resist any attempt to impose tyranny or Martial Law on our people, by any entity. Some Units
focus on the border security mission. Some do both.
This topic is also being covered at ATS here:
Arizona Citizen Militia responds to Zetas commanders' death threats
But I would like to use this thread to generate public opinion and to foster open debate on the subject of:
MILITARIZED MOB: ANONYMOUS
middle east vs us/mexico
Some interesting questions:
1) How does Arizona's militia movement compare to loosely collected "cell" resistance movements in the middle east?
2) How does this anonymity create potentials for infiltration?
3) Do you think militias should have more transparency and accountability?
4) Could the Zeta "soldiers" also be considered a "militia movement" resisting and profiting from the "tyranny" of the drug war and Mexican/US
border politics? Do they view themselves that way?
5) How do Arizona Militia compare to Afghan Resistance Forces? How do the Zetas compare?
6) Do you think there is drug use and trafficking amongst the Arizona Militia?
What about marijuana? What of "illegal" arms?
7) Can any comparisons be drawn between US support of the opium trade and Mexican support of the coc aine trade?
8) Is our world of security, police, militias, resistance movements, national armies, cartels, blood money, and drug money getting a little too fuzzy
and confusing or is it just me? Who are the good guys?
9) What makes a national resistance movement righteous?
those fighting the presence of foreign troops in Afghanistan, should not be referred to as the Taliban, but as champions of a national
covering the information war,
thanks for reading!
[edit on 22-7-2010 by Sri Oracle]