posted on May, 24 2012 @ 02:41 PM
My thoughts on martial law is simple. When the government declares martial law I will take that as an open, deliberate declaration of war by the
government on not only my liberties, life, and property but also on those of my family and countrymen. That is when I will declare war right back on
them and especially any baby blue helmet wearing rent-a-soldier that comes near me and my family's property. Period!
I took an oath 20 years ago to defend the constitution and this great nation from all enemies foreign and domestic and the day that the government
declares martial law is the day that they have sealed their fate as constitutional enemy number 1. Besides those pretty blue helmets of NATO/UN troops
will make an aweful nice target from 1500 meters.
I just wonder who all of these NATO/UN troops are going to be since the US Military usually makes up 80% of UN/NATO forces. I have been deployed to
areas where NATO peace keeping troops were stationed and they are an absolute joke, think Mall Cop or Hotshots Part Deux.
No IMHO the UN/NATO troops would soon find that trying to face off with 100 million + armed citizens would be a little more than they could handle.
There are far too many of us ex-military with specialized training running around the US armed to the hilt with training that far exceeds UN/NATO
peace keeping training, not to mention the vast numbers of preppers, survivalists, woodsmen, and such.
Attempting to enforce any form of widespread martial law for any length of time would be impossible, it would erupt into full blown civil war. I can
also honestly say that a very large majority of our military would tell their commanders to pound sand if they were ever ordered to fire on civilians.
The thing I learned during my 16 years of active duty is that being in the military and serving together you developed a brotherhood with your fellow
soldiers. That brotherhood is as close or closer than family bonds, especially with those whom have endured combat together. There is no way that a
service member is going to be okay with a platoon from their division going into their hometown and using deadly force on their family members, they
wouldn't do it to a fellow brothers family either.
This is why the idea of UN/NATO troops has become so popular, because long term enforcement of martial law in the US would create a virtual mutiny
among the military. I have had many conversations among my team members and members of other teams and service members about this and the answer has
always been the same.....No Way!
So let them bring their Useless Nations soldiers(LOL!) and they will soon be wishing they were back in Germany, Pakistan, Australia, or wherewver they
came from. We may be oppressed and on the verge of national death, but we aren't dead yet.