Monday, May 14, 2018
READINESS: Militias prepare an answer to tyranny
by Suzanne Eovaldi
"If they try to remove Trump, (there) won't be a Constitution Crisis; it'll be a Revolution Crisis," a call in guest told a popular U.S. talk show host recently. With a population of 325 million and over 300 million firearms, America’s gun owners have no intention of allowing gun grabbers to steal their lawfully owned firearms. Amendment II of the US Constitution states "A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." The militia acts of 1792 and 1903 are giving militia groups in three states the impetus they need to protect themselves against drug cartel incursions in Arizona, nuclear fall-out disasters in Indiana and civil unrest, looters and other dangers to innocent residents in Florida; residents who could be in danger in the aftermath of violent hurricanes.
The leader of the Watchmen of Indiana tells youtube viewers "The mainstream media make us out to be hatemongers--not true; we are law abiding citizens (with) the right to assemble (for peaceful purposes)." He goes on to explain the abject dangers faced by innocent civilians in the nuclear fall-out zones of Illinois' six nuclear plants, just across the state's border with Indiana. By locating their prepper camps well outside of these fall out zones, the IN Watchmen prepare with simulated danger drills, train new members, learn how to set up secure tents that keep dwellers dry and perform many other necessary preparedness duties. The commander says creating shelter is the most important item on his check list with water procurement and filtration number two and learning how to provide security from "unfriendlies" number three. Electric grid failure is a common threat for all three militia groups. "Do you have constipation of the brain," one rookie is asked after continued failures on his part.
About 900 miles south, deep within Florida's hard to find zones and alligator swamps are camps for the Florida Watchmen training to receive FPG (Family Protection Group) badges. This militia group is training for home extraction of innocent family members threatened by looters and potential extortionists in the aftermath of the state's violent hurricanes. The trainees learn to secure a structure's perimeter, sweep for ‘unfriendlies’ and shuttle families to safe shelters. The logistics officer points out that what happens in the aftermath of a hurricane is what puts most innocent families in the most danger. "Remember what happened in Katrina," he warns his men. Local governmental police units taking guns away from law abiding residents seems to be the biggest trigger alert. "We stand up and defend our nation,' another militia member says proudly.
Clearly, a perceived inability of the country's government to protect its citizens is pushing the Arizona Watchmen forward. Commander White Wolf and his deputy, Zebra, warn trainees, "We can't point our muzzles south." They are adamant about doing everything they can to avoid any international incidents. But the video follows them along many open, undefended dirt roads where they say the drug cartels conduct illegal crossings and movement of drugs. Obscene amounts of cartel dollars are dependent upon these groups of drug runners crossing into the USA from Mexico. The camera follows the White Wolf unit as they come upon an abandoned shack which is a suspected lay-over spot for cartel mules. "Attention," their commander yells well back of his advance team as they approach their target. They flush out two runners who flee to the east but who drop their "school" bag, a trophy they can take back to their commander. "The Watchmen's job is never done," one narrator says in closing. "Roll 'em; let's roll out of here," someone says as they move incognito to another defensive position. They must remain unknown because cartel leaders have placed huge bounties on the heads of these American protectors.
Acting only in defense positions, these three militias train their members in very real scenarios. "You're a soup sandwich," one drill sergeant screams at a new walk on. Another newbie who dropped his magazine is called a "walking cluster F____." Day to day average American men you never would recognize in their ordinary lives are training to operate as successful team members, all with designated roles and duties and the common mission to protect their homeland. White Wolf tells his fellow Arizonians, "Heads on a swivel, muzzle awareness." While they train in simulation, should live chaos break out, militia members hope for an easy transition. That "one weak link equals loss of lives" is another admonition. "Shoes tied, gear secured…you're holding up your team," are other warnings heard. "Point your gun down, never across the border,” is repeated over and over. Views of wide open border areas secured with nothing but barbed wire lines emphasize the danger Americans presently are in from these cartel incursions.
So from the six nuclear sites in Illinois, the Florida hurricane zones and the Wild West of Arizona's wide open borders, these three American Watchmen groups have stepped up in readiness to defend our homeland. Yet American mainstream media refuse to tell the militias' story.