One of America’s Most Notorious Militias

One of America’s Most Notorious Militias


[MUSIC – I’M IN YOU, “HERE
COMES THE WAR”] THOMAS MORTON: If there’s
anybody more excited about the impending ’90s revival than us
and Mudhoney frontman Mark Arm, it is the militia
movement. Born out of the baby-ridden
ashes of Waco and Ruby Ridge, groups of armed citizens, like
the Tri-States Militia of South Dakota and Norm Olson’s
Michigan Militia, coalesced to the delight of hack TV reporters
and editorial cartoonists worldwide. Though their depiction in the
media typically ranged from hey, look at these kooky
anti-government gun nuts to hey, look at these kooky
anti-government racists, the movement’s numbers
grew and grew. They were even making inroads
into mainstream politics until Tim McVeigh pulled off the
ultimate PR coup by blowing up 149 people and 19 children
in Oklahoma City. Plagued by its association with
the attack, the militia movement foundered, and as one
of its most visible groups, the Michigan Militia bore the
brunt of the shit storm. There were allegations that
the Nichols brothers and McVeigh were members,
brow-beatings at the hands of congressional pantywaists like
Arlen Specter, and lively infighting by militia members
upset over the leadership’s alternative hypothesis
for the bombing. The militia disbanded in the
early ’00s, and founders Norm Olson and Ray Southwell left
Michigan for Alaska. While this seemed like the sad
but likely end to their endeavor, according to a
Homeland Security report earlier this year, militia
activity, like ketamine and Docs with shorts, is once
again on the hot list. And Norm and Ray are gearing up
to hit the reunion circuit. RAY SOUTHWELL: How’re
you doing? THOMAS MORTON: Thomas. RAY SOUTHWELL: Thomas. THOMAS MORTON: How
are you doing? RAY SOUTHWELL: Fine, fine. You’re from the VBS TV, huh? THOMAS MORTON: Yes. RAY SOUTHWELL: Well,
come on in. We’ve got a lot to
talk about here. THOMAS MORTON: [LAUGHTER]. RAY SOUTHWELL: [INAUDIBLE]. THOMAS MORTON: Hi, I’m in
Nikiski, Alaska, on the Kenai Peninsula with Norman Olson and
Ray Southwell, formally of the Michigan Militia. Currently of the
Alaska Militia. NORMAN OLSON: Hi, I’m Norman
Olson, and a longtime proponent of the Constitution. 20-year-plus military veteran. Standing by the red,
white, and blue, no matter what happens. And telling it like it is. Michigan Militia from
the very beginning. This goes back to, let’s see. Dates– oh, 1994. Started the little
militia in– in fact, this one goes back
even earlier than that. “Patriots gather to rail
against the ‘New World Order.'” My, were we
young then, huh? Year number one was what was
called Operation Visibility. We knew that we had
to become visible. If we didn’t maintain our
visibility, we couldn’t maintain our legitimacy. It’s so important that if you
believe in what you’re doing is right, you’ve got to stand up
and make yourself visible. Look at that mean look
on that man’s face. Oh, boy. But we were just regulars,
trying to point out that we’re not the terrorists. We’re counter-terrorists. We’re going to stop
those people that are destroying America. RAY SOUTHWELL: What we’ve always
done with our militia– and this is what people don’t
understand, again– militias command information. So I may be a commander. My job is not to give
you orders. My job as a commander is to give
you information so that you sort that out in your own
conscience and decide what action you should take. The army is command control. You’re my soldier, I’m going to
give you an order, and you better carry it out. An example, when you go back
to the Revolutionary War, Washington had a heck
of a time when the militia would show up. The militia was not
command control. If these guys got there and
they looked at that battlefield and they decided,
this is not a battle worth fighting, they left. That’s the way it
is today, too. NORMAN OLSON: So we went fast
all over the country, starting up militias in every state. Some of our militia training
exercises brought in folks from all over the country. But we’d put on these training
sessions, dog-and-pony shows, and the media loved that too. They came in from all over the
world to see what we were doing, because it never happened
before, since 1776, you know, of course. Or 1775, I should say, Lexington
and Concord. And we were growing and getting more national exposure. RAY SOUTHWELL: Our goal was
to unite these militias. And understand, there’s militias
all over the country, all over the peninsula, but
they’re small groups– five people, ten people. So we networked with each other
so we can be a unified force, a protective force, so we
don’t have to call upon the federal troops or Blackwater. THOMAS MORTON: It’s important,
it would seem to me, that it’d be as important in times of
crisis or impending crisis as it is in times of well-being
to have what the Second Amendment describes, which
you’re talking about– an unorganized citizens’ militia. How do you go about that
in times when– NORMAN OLSON: In
times of peace? THOMAS MORTON: Bingo. Of fatness, good– NORMAN OLSON: Here’s
the thing. When you put a life preserver on
your child and you’re going out on a lake, do
you do it after? Or do you do it with the
perception that something could happen out on the lake? Of course you do. You don’t wait for your
child to drown. You think ahead. You’re frightened of the
possible situation. That fear motivates you
to do something good. So is the– RAY SOUTHWELL: Who would
you rather trust? Your neighbor, or a stranger? NORMAN OLSON: Yeah. RAY SOUTHWELL: You
know, that’s– NORMAN OLSON: And when somebody
comes rolling up your driveway, when the lights go
out, would you be comforted if you knew it was your neighbors
in it, bringing over a generator or bringing over
foodstuffs, rather than a big, black SUV coming to take
your guns away? Again, to keep the control. So the question is, who will
come in to aid us? If we are well-disciplined
and well-trained and well-equipped, then we
can take care of ourselves, thank you. But you see, the media won’t
allow that to happen. The media has to spin it so that
we are always demonized with misinformation and looked
at as the bogeyman running around the woods with our
cammies on, rather than people who can help and organize
each other. It looks like Mark Farner. You know Mark Farner? THOMAS MORTON: Um, Grand
Funk, right? NORMAN OLSON: Yeah, yeah. He’s a personal friend
of ours. THOMAS MORTON: Oh. Neat. NORMAN OLSON: Yeah,
he’s a good boy. THOMAS MORTON: Are you guys
buddies with the Nuge? NORMAN OLSON: Oh yeah,
you betcha. We did a program on the steps
of the Capitol with Ted. Ray and I went out to Montana
there, we went up to the FBI lines, and I was carrying a
teddy bear, and Ray was carrying a Red Cross pack. What we want to do is humanize
it, put a human face on it, so that those people wouldn’t
be bulldozed. Western New York that I helped,
they were going to bulldoze his house trailer
because it didn’t comply with building codes. We went to help this old
gentleman, bless his heart. Here’s an old fellow
that was– he was a construction worker in
Northern Michigan, 87 years old, he and his wife. And they had all this old
machinery on their property. Well, the county came out and
said it was a blight and they had to remove it all. And so we went out there and
faced down the sheriff and fought for him for
a long time. The Stitt family. And they lived down a little
island in northern Lake Huron, and they were being pushed off
the island because they were preparing for Y2K. And they were raising chickens
and emus and all sorts of stuff. THOMAS MORTON: Were they
trying to grow hemp? NORMAN OLSON: I think so. Now I don’t have anything bad
to say about marijuana. To me, it’s just like alcohol. All things in moderation. I’m a libertarian when
it comes to that. Again, it’s a human right. If it’s a measure of relaxation
and enjoyment, then what’s the difference between
smoking a joint or popping a Quaalude, you know? We went out there
to support them. We’re always trying to support
the little guy, you know? THOMAS MORTON: One thing that’s
marked a lot of the coverage and, I think, has
muddied the waters is trying to overlay many of
these issues with kind of racial politics. Mitch– NORMAN OLSON: Mitch
[INAUDIBLE]. He was a Hawaiian. THOMAS MORTON: Ah. NORMAN OLSON: Yeah, yeah. So from the very beginning,
we had racial diversity. THOMAS MORTON: Now you guys
have referred to the Black Panthers and stuff
as a militia– not necessarily exactly the same
as you, but in the same spirit, in its early days. NORMAN OLSON: Whether you sit
down with the Black Panthers or you sit down with the Native
Americans, I’m sure that we all want the
very same thing. RAY SOUTHWELL: So it’s not the
black community that sees us as racists. It’s the ignorant white
community, who are so quickly misled by the media. NORMAN OLSON: Who keeps
us divided? Remember we were talking about
control and power and central government? Of course. It’s to the benefit of a central
government to keep us divided, to set up these
little target groups, marginalizing so that people
cannot come together, so that the power cannot be given
back to the people. As long as we’re squabbling
among ourselves, we’ll never be able to stand up against
tyranny and oppression. We’ll be arguing with ourselves
while they march us into a trench to
machine-gun us. It just doesn’t make
any sense. Then it happened. Boy, it all hit the fan. I’ll tell you what. When Oklahoma City, that
event happened, it surprised everyone. I had heard rumors along the
Missouri border that there was going to be a bombing against
the federal building, either in Tulsa or in Oklahoma City. It was common knowledge. The Feds knew that. They knew it was going
to happen. They didn’t know where. But when it happened,
it surprised everybody in the militia. I remember Leslie Stahl was in
the gun shop there when it all happened, and they made the
mention of Timothy McVeigh and the brothers, what
are their names? RAY SOUTHWELL: Nichols. NORMAN OLSON: Nichols. Terry Nichols. And they linked it with
the Michigan Militia. And then it all started
to unravel it. We deactivated after seven years
and started to go home. Some stayed. Some stayed. People got frightened then,
because the media picked up on it and ran with the militia
connection, to the extent that the militia, a third of the
militia ran and hid. A third of them went
underground. Didn’t want to be seen, didn’t
want to be on a list, didn’t want to be photographed. Another third just quit the
militia altogether. They realized this wasn’t
paintball in the woods on the weekend. This was life-and-death stuff. And another third became more
aggressive, more adamant about standing up against the
government, because we saw the conspiracy against it, against
what was happening. THOMAS MORTON: Do you think
there was ever a possibility that what happened in Oklahoma
and as a result of it could have been fully averted? Or was it just– NORMAN OLSON: Actually, I
believe it was the CIA. It sounds crazy. THOMAS MORTON: Well, the CIA’s
done a lot of crazy things. NORMAN OLSON: Well,
listen to me. You know, when you talk about
neo-Nazis and skinheads and white supremacists,
which McVeigh was closely associated with– who’s funding all
of that hatred? And if they could get a stooge
like Timothy McVeigh to do that, and Terry Nichols
collaborating? But what about the unknown? What about this fellow that
went back to Germany? I don’t think it’ll ever be
known, the extra leg they found in the rubble with the
military boot on it, that they couldn’t match up to anybody. Where did that come from? You don’t read about that,
but it was there. And so did they know
beforehand? Did somebody go in there
and set charges? I don’t know. But I’m welcome to hear any
theory, because that’s all I have, is a theory. There’s something out
there, but I guess Fox Mulder was right. The truth is out there,
somewhere. Did the federal government
stage the Oklahoma City bombing to bust up the militia
because the militia was growing too strong? That could be argued. And history may reveal it. I don’t know. We think it did. We think that they had to stop
the militia because we were growing so fast across the
country that we were threatening to take the power
away from the federal government. THOMAS MORTON: Did
you personally meet Tim McVeigh before– NORMAN OLSON: No,
not personally. He was downstate. I was up north. I didn’t get a chance
to meet him. Of course, the federal
government did a fine job of proving that Timothy McVeigh
was working out of an act of revenge. So when I went up to Washington
to testify before the Senate and got into that
pissing contest with Arlen Specter, I pointed
that out to him. And he couldn’t understand how
I could understand what was going on in Timothy
McVeigh’s mind. Well, you don’t understand the
problem that we’ve had in Northern Ireland. You don’t understand the problem
that we’ve had in South Africa. You do not understand the hatred
and retaliation, the retribution and the revenge that
has been going on around this globe since
time immortal. Then you don’t understand
the dynamic, sir. ARLEN SPECTER: Well, Mr. Olson,
I may not understand. And that’s why we’ve had these
hearings, so that you could have a full opportunity
to express yourself. NORMAN OLSON: I said well, it’d
be about as simple as I slap you, you slap me
in retaliation. OK? What don’t we understand
about that? Of course, we tried to distance ourself from all of that. And we threw the meat in on the
other side of the river, claiming the Japanese did it,
but what happened was is that took all of the emphasis away
from us and headed it in another direction. Kind of dispersed that
whole feeling. And fear is strong. THOMAS MORTON: About the theory
that the Japanese were retaliating for the
sarin gas thing? NORMAN OLSON: No, we didn’t have
any strong connection. We brought that out– actually, what it did
was it defused the direction we were going. Because we were going
headlong into a big confrontation with the Feds. They thought we were all
wacky and crazy. But that actually freed us up to
go in a different direction at that time, which we needed. And what may be thought of as
bad actually worked out good. Today, they laugh
at us and make– but it’s a matter of strategic
decisions that we made. But things changed after
Oklahoma City, changed drastically. And a lot of people fell away. And then Bush came onto the
scene and everything got to be nice and the government was seen
to be a kind, friendly, benevolent government,
ready to help us. But that was just a facade. That was just a cover. They’re not there to
help us at all. They’re there to eke out our
substance and to rob us of everything that we have. And take away our power. So power to the people, huh? Our job in Michigan was
pretty well done. THOMAS MORTON: Why did
you leave Michigan? And why did you pick Alaska? NORMAN OLSON: I often ask
people that question. Why did you come to Alaska? I’m always interested
where they come from and the reason why. And many people don’t
really know. Something just drew them. I know that sounds ethereal
and all of that, but here’s the thing. Alaska is a place, it’s
a new frontier. I think socially, economically,
culturally there is much that appeals to us. We were in Michigan. Michigan, anybody who wants to
look at the statistics knows that Michigan is going bottom-up
economically. There was nothing there for
us, no reason to stay. And people had pretty well lost
their desire to stand up. I think the spirit of
resistance, the spirit of standing up against the
encroaching IRS and federal government intrusion into
people’s lives had pretty well wasted away their spirit. And so they feel like leaving. We were on the tail-end of that,
and seeing it all come about, some of us came up here
for new adventures, new opportunities. Others came up here to leave
something behind. RAY SOUTHWELL: And it’s the last
adventure state left in the union, as far as
I’m concerned. So I think that was probably
the big emphasis on why we moved up. NORMAN OLSON: This one was just
from a couple weeks ago, September 16. We are free from individual
income tax here. Much of the state is free
from sales tax. So there are many,
many benefits. THOMAS MORTON: It seems very
personal-liberty-oriented, and yet there’s some odd
spots about it. I think the lack of sheriffs
in the entire state– how do you feel about Alaskan
state politics, in that sense? RAY SOUTHWELL: We had an
excellent working relationship in Michigan with our sheriff. I met with him on usually a
monthly basis to let him know when we were doing training,
where we were training. And officially, he could never
support us, you know, the politics involved with it. But he publicly came out and
told the community through the media that we were doing
nothing wrong. So the sheriff, as an elected
servant of the people, truly understands how to build that
relationship with the people. So we trusted him. NORMAN OLSON: You see, people
say, well, we can trust the Alaskan government. Well, I don’t know how far
Alaska has sold out to the federals for whatever payment
is due for all that the federal government has
poured into Alaska. There’s too many strings
attached to a lot of the bailouts and all
the rest of it. So I’m always concerned about
what liberties and what rights are at risk when we give the
promise of safety into the hands of governmental
authorities. I like to keep this liberty and
this freedom at the lowest level possible– among the citizens themselves. RAY SOUTHWELL: I think the other
part of this area, and probably throughout Alaska,
is our independence. And I was talking to one of
the local gun dealers. The peninsula has
50,000 people. And this particular one gun
dealer is selling 1,000 military arms a month. So in the last month, or last
year, he has sold 12,000 firearms to 50,000 people. So you can start seeing
those numbers. But what’s happening– NORMAN OLSON: They’re
upgrading. RAY SOUTHWELL: There’s two
mindsets, I think, that are out there, is Alaskans’
independence. I can take care of myself
and my family. I will arm myself and I will
prepare for whatever may come, and I’ll be ready. The other mindset is I am doing
that same issue, but I don’t want anybody to know it. It’s a secret, because the feds
might come and take my guns, or just a tremendous
amount of independence, but there’s also a tremendous
amount of fear. What my fear is is that if and
when there’s an economic disintegration, there’s
going to be anarchy all over the country. THOMAS MORTON: Given the rate
at which things are going, does it concern you that militia
may not be ready? RAY SOUTHWELL: Yes. NORMAN OLSON: Oh, yes. RAY SOUTHWELL: Yeah. Yes. NORMAN OLSON: Too little,
too late. RAY SOUTHWELL: Yes. I foresee more anarchy. NORMAN OLSON: We’re
very vulnerable. RAY SOUTHWELL: Neighbor fighting
neighbor for goods. NORMAN OLSON: There’s
only two extremes– anarchy and tyranny. I’m concerned that we
are not networked. We are not prepared. We are very vulnerable
here in Alaska. One road in, one road out. The wise people will prepare
for what may be coming, and what we believe will come with
economic collapse, with social disruption, with more government
intrusion. So all we are doing is being
prudent, long-viewed people who are able to read the times,
prepare for the worst. It’s as simple as that. And we still have some
pages to fill. Isn’t that optimistic? If nothing else, you know, they
say at the end of your life, everything that you own is
either going to be put out by the side of the road,
auctioned off, or end up in a landfill. The only thing you can leave
your children is a legacy of who you were, what
you tried to do. If it’s a life well spent doing
what you think is right, then can’t argue with that. Just try and help the little
guy, you know? Help the little guy survive. There’s a lot of folks out there
that are being chewed up by the system and need help. So we just keep on helping,
you know? Call us crazy, call us fanatics,
call us loons, but don’t call us shortsighted. Trying to look far
enough ahead to prepare for what’s coming. [MUSIC – I’M IN YOU, “HERE
COMES THE WAR”]

100 thoughts on “One of America’s Most Notorious Militias

  1. Christian's and fellow Americans we must unite against this evil in our country we the people are supposed to get rid of this evil ourselves. Or lose this beautiful land we call home. Q Anon had been telling us all along to unite, fight, have faith. Together we are strong. If we dont all is lost. I'm not ready to give it up just yet. These socialist and antifa and radical Islam, we must drive them out of Gods Land. Christianity has been quite for far to long and President trump puts his life on the line for christianity and Americans. That's the least we could do.

  2. You need to do a proper research into the history of the militia. It goes all the way back to our forefathers. Nathan Bedford Ford was also a prolific militia leader (later to be called the Klan). His group had nothing to do with race. They wore masks so they would not be identified and retaliated against. In truth, he and his group, were called Highway-men who patrolled the roads of the "old west" to battle against armed robbers. It was proven that McVeigh was a pawn used by our Gov't in the Oklahoma bombing. The destruction was an implosion, as opposed to an explosion which was caused by the fertilizer bomb truck driven by McVeigh. Shape charges were set inside primary stabilizer pillars inside the building. Phone calls were made the night before warning higher level officials not to report to work the next day. Lets not forget about the third person in the front cab seen in the videos as it drove around the building 3 times before the bombing. He was proven to be a German spy who our Gov't swept away back to Germany within days after the bombing. Look at the depositions given by Carol Howe who told the Gov't about the bombing six months beforehand. Can anyone doubt the Waco incident where our Gov't (Janet Reno) denied using incenary devices; that is until the document was exposed with Janet Reno's signature signing the use. People who are naysayers about what our own Gov't truly does to suit their agenda need to do an objective investigation before they spew their pro Gov't-can-do-no-wrong rhetoric!!!

  3. What a bunch off losers. (90% off these people when they get a little older walk away from all this Bull Shit…

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  5. There goes liberal media sensentionalizing. These guys are just douchebags, dangerous?? Nah. Go to every major inner city in American. You will find gangs. Murdering street gangs. That actually kill people and fill up the ERs. They are a big problem, not these guys. Wake up liberals

  6. 8:47 min BOOM!!! keep defending your country… cause we Mexicans are lost… waiting for a messiah to seat in the presidential chair… so sad , and if you (me) want a change?… a real change?, and you are vocal?… they (the government) hunt you and kill you with your family…

  7. What if McVeigh was an FBI plant? What if to gut / discredit militias… the secret government blasted the media with another shock and awe campaign on the American people…. to push us to comply with their will

  8. What's the difference between smoking a joint and popping a quaalude? Um…. a lot. I never woke up naked in a jail cell after smoking a joint.

  9. I'm going out on a limb here but the young man interviewing is of the Jewish persuasion? It took him what less than 5 minutes to bring up a race card. He should worry because the new Michigan Militia is mostly Muslim from the Dearborn area.

  10. lets see, the militia's budget for guns and weapons is around 20k a year, just a guess but good guess. USA military over 700 billion. So good luck wannabe GI Joes.

  11. haha never happened before. Switzerland has a freakin milita system as defense. If you are 18 u gotta go to the military, expect u got some serious mental or health problems.
    And yeah switzerland is neutral. So theres basically no point in the milita system xD But yeah, go for it murica. U can bear arms, yay.
    AND YES, these ppl need to be demonized. They arent trained or capable to handle dangerous situations. Thats what the freakin military is for.

    They are like noobs.

  12. Haha omg these militia men think they can stand up to government and so called "tyranny", a single artillery strike or bombing run would obliterate them completely, not to mention the highly trained special forces units. They dont stand a chance. Go COMMUNISM!!!

  13. These cowards are the last to a "true" battle field. The first to leave(run) Insecure prissy little school girls. No where does God's word tell you to arm yourself. Unless your in the military or law enforcement. Jesus said those who take up the sword(gun) will perish by the sword(gun).

  14. The fact that the militia backed away from any connection with McVeigh is a testament to their commitment to doing what's right. You could look at it as if they are just being deceitful but I sincerely doubt it. McVeigh was off his rocker and did nothing of value.

  15. Start a militia, recruit people to fight for whats right, when SHTF and the 1% nut job did something stupid, just blame it on conspiracy. Great accountability, these people are just like communism idealist trying to create a utopia but doesn't get the reality or the consequences of their action.

  16. this is just playing Soldiers the last thing we need is more big Egos and guns just give every American Guns mortars maybe even surface-to-air missiles and nobody will mess with Americans these militant organizations 90% of them are CIA fronts

  17. Why did you make that statement did you know you were lying Tim McGraw I didn't blow up anything that was a CIA operation but why do you state it is if you knew what you were talking about 90% of these militant organizations are CIA fronts McVeigh was in the military right up to the time he was executed

  18. notice or not talking about black lives matter a terrorist organization that the illegal alien the White House gave 25 million dollars to and now they say he didn't have a right to do it why isn't he being forced to pay back the 25 million dollars

  19. I'd deport Americans out of Alaska. Set up Disneyland for the Natives and erect a Bear statue with a Finnish flag…I will be a mayor and then a governor with bodyguards…

  20. Good initiative, bad judgment. When the Feds want your guns, they WILL simply take them. During hurricane Katrina they did just that, video documentation of it is available on YouTube for non believers.Same with Waco,Texas. And Ruby Ridge, resistance is futile. Want to make real substantial changes? Work on personal integrity starting with yourself, because America has spiritual mal nutrition, and moral constapation.

  21. So standing by the constitution and wanting to hold the government accountable and being willing to protect what’s yours is wrong?

  22. The chicoms printed scripture excerpts with refutations. Undercover Christians asked for copies so they could read God's word (ignoring the shallow refutations). If Vice is trying to paint these guys as nuts or extreme they are on the same level as the Maoist gvt.

  23. Listen closely, because around 2:45 you can hear some electronic noises. Clear indicator that either the militia man or reporter is being monitored…

  24. Militias are exactly what kept America safe and fought for our independence in the revolution, I see no problem with them.

  25. My Dad was part of this before he passed away Norm Olsen came to my house and had dinner with my family! He's a great man and was my dad's best friend! Everyone from the Michigan Militia was at my dad's funeral! My dad was Lt. Colonel Dorman D. Clancy he was in the Korean war and did 3 tours in Vietnam! He was my hero!

  26. Timothy McVeigh did not blow up the Federal Building the evidence is right in front of everybody's face the footage of the truck that day when it was filling up for gas even showed it wasn't him driving the vehicle they had to get directions to a bomb site

  27. The day of Waco Texas is the day the American militia died in my eyes they should have been there to protect that American citizen he was doing nothing illegal everything about him was lies and proven so and the US government pump gas into the building sound familiar and all the American militia stood there and watched it what happened in Waco would not roll in Canada the citizens would not let them pump the building full of gases ignited and burning Kill Everybody the American militia needs to wake up unite as one force eliminate the Federal Reserve the CIA and charge about 90% of Congress for treason chase out design is bankers and you would have almost near a perfect country but that's just one person's opinion Freedom over financial gain much love from Canada

  28. These guys like the black panther party and accept them as a militia? I think we would get along just fine.

  29. I can't believe all the armchair keyboard warrior /pol/ kids in the comments who wouldn't even be accepted into a real military and who are dreaming of militia power fantasies. 🤣

  30. If you are a middle of the road liberal kind of guy, today you are classed as extreme right, a patriot is now a racist, and the Left, truly is the destruction of our country, with their entitled generation outlook

  31. The Oklahoma City bombing wasn’t done by Melissa group done by the CIA learn your facts The Clintons blew it up to hide medical documents of US troops to hide $1 trillion healthcare scandal

  32. I swear guns are all America cares about. They don't care for anything but guns, they don't even care about their own god, only gns. And is why I burned that garbage flag long ago because what it once stood for died ages ago. The usa today is nothing more than a corrupted murder, sex and crime infested wasteland that should be burned to the ground and rebuilt without those who care for only guns and violence.

  33. People give militias crap about not being diverse but you can't make a minority join they have to be willing to join they are welcome

  34. 250 years ago they'd be Patriots, but now, thanks to the liberal MSM and the propaganda they spew with help from political parties and private interests they're made to look like crazy racists and domestic terrorists. Its fucking disgusting from the viewpoint of a veteran. These militias are PATRIOTS! Our freedoms are eroded more and more and most people dont even realize they've even lost anything. Patriot groups along with most, if not damn near all the American veterans groups will be there to stand up for the America and its citizens when the need arises. The government and special interest groups have created such a vast and well organized web of covert surveillance and information/data collection in the US that people aren't even aware that their personal rights and privacy are being violated and have been violated since the Bush administration with Obama further building off what he started and even broadening the powers and influence of the intelligence community while lying to the American people when he assured us that our personal freedoms and privacy were being kept nice and safe and protected all while mining our data and infringing on our most basic rights. Militias are not the bad guys! Our overreaching and tyrannical government is the enemy. It's not the militias who are making law after law, passing legislation that only they understand further eroding our constitutional rights.

  35. The government was interviewing special people's to take out the Oklahoma City building but it wasn't to attack the militia. It was to hide something in the destruction

  36. God bless you patriots! Americans are waking up to the corrupt tyranny happening in our Government.🙏🏻🇺🇸

  37. He's EXACTLY correct about a central government keeping the country separated! Stalin did the same thing using the NKVD to attack and imprison anyone who spoke up against the government. And now today's democratic party is attempting to do the same thing.

  38. GODDAMN FACTS : 1. Not a single FBI Agent lost his life. 2. Why park the vehicle on other side of the street? 3. The CIA was behind the attack, Timothy was a part of them, but he was a modern Harvey Oswald 4. Why stop at a tankstation, before he parked at the building?? 5. CIA have all figured out, before they go to action..
    The 9/11, Climate Hoax, The deadly ForrestFires in California was planned disasters, to manipulate the Mainstream Media. You question the Mainstream : The job as journalist is HISTORY.. Sad but True…

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