Publius Huldah: Treason, Cowardice, and the Islamic Invasion – Why States Must Revitalize The Militia

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The latest from a brave lady.

Were that the states and local governments not merely a microcosm of Leviathan’s deceit and treachery.

The painful truth is that the instruments of governmental power – regardless of level – are almost exclusively in the hands of traitors.

You, your family, and your trusted allies will need to make other arrangements.

There is no political solution.

And more people grok that reality every day:

Gun Sales Set Another Monthly Record; all time high for 7th month in a row

27 responses to “Publius Huldah: Treason, Cowardice, and the Islamic Invasion – Why States Must Revitalize The Militia

  1. “There is no political solution.”
    Sad, but true.

  2. The only viable political solution will start at the county level with a constitutional sheriff, and a population cognizant of the critical importance of such. Then, hopefully (or delusionally), string enough counties together in common cause and mutual defense, and wait for the rest of the state (i.e. the blue towns and cities) to die off in large enough numbers to restore state electoral control to the constitutional counties (although, at that point, there probably won’t be much formal “state” government left; your scenario may vary).

    Where these specific counties currently exist I do not know; but, I plan to learn.

    • Where these specific counties currently exist I do not know; but, I plan to learn.
      —————
      Unless you live in a soon to die city, start your civil defense right where you are.

    • If you love liberty come up to my county Pete will let you know where;)

  3. colddeadhandsdays

    Don’t look to the police to help. Sadly the American people are going to have to disarm them by and large because they are agents of the government and will try to kill us if we form militias and do what we need to do to defend this country.

    • You nailed it. There is not even ONE State that will “revitalize the Militia”. They will be glad, however, to add to their pig force.

      • Keep at it. They are starting to awake! The cops and agents are Americas domestic enemies. If you know any of them, post their addresses everywhere. Yes, even dog catchers are the enemy.

  4. outlawpatriot

    The militia was always intended and expected to be the last resort for the people. If one studies carefully, it is apparent that the federal government began co-opting the militia beginning with the militia acts of 1792. Rebellions like Shay’s, Whiskey and Frieses were seen as threats to “order” that replaced “liberty” as the primary cause once the revolution was won.

    The co-option has progressed to the point that each organized state guard is also considered to be part of the National Guard of the United States. And would you care to guess who has priority? If I remember correctly, there is a case before the court by Michigan for activating that state’s guard without notifying the governor. This federal intrusion upon the states militia was never intended and should be considered dangerous.

    Typically, back in the day, governors would appoint colonels for given counties, parishes or townships with the responsibility to keep the “unorganized” militia trained and able to augment their respective “organized” state guard as necessary. Only 22 states have anything near this today. And nearly all do not train with weapons. They’re strictly emergency responders because the federal government has a tendency to grab up a state guard whenever they see fit.

    Historically, our citizen militias have usually been denigrated and considered ineffectual. That view is beginning to change. Historians are now taking a more critical look at the contribution of the militia. A case can be made that southern militias were critical to turning the tide of the British campaign in the south resulting in Cornwallis’ defeat at Yorktown after a stalemate resulted in the war in the north. Men like Shelby, Sevier, Marion, Campbell and others led regular citizens and at times defeated well organized and trained British troops. For instance, the battle at King’s Mountain was a turning point in the war in the south and in general. British provincials and Tory militia were soundly defeated by Whig militias consisting of just regular citizens.

    Make no mistake. Just the thought of citizen militias keeps the tyrant awake at night. That was always the intent. And really the only ultimate guard for liberty. 😉

  5. Publius Huldah

    The Militia Act of 1792 did not “co-opt the Militia” – it was a constitutional act which properly implemented the three militia clauses in our federal Constitution: Article I, Sec. 8, clauses 15 & 16, and Article II, Sec. 2, clause 1. Read the Militia Act and compare it with the text of the militia clauses in the federal Constitution!

    Congress has specific authority to provide for calling up the Militia into active service of the federal government for those 3 specific purposes itemized at Art. I, Sec. 8, clause 15. Other than that specific delegation of power to the federal government, the States retain their pre-constitutional powers over their Militia.

    Re the comment about the Michigan Militia: One would have to read the provisions re the State Militia as set forth in the Constitution for the State of Michigan; and one would need to read the implementing State Statutes before making any pronouncements about it.

    Do not fall into the “organized militia” – “unorganized militia” false dichotomy. There was to be ONE Militia within every State – and the male citizens were automatically members who were to be armed with their own weapons in their own personal possession and they were to periodically to report for training.

    Yes, these are “Citizens” Militia in the sense that all male Citizens were automatically members. But they are under the control of the State government. It is not good to have armed mobs and war lords unconnected with a duly elected government.

    Not all State legislators are bad. Some – perhaps even a sufficient number – respond to Facts and Truth.

    • Respectfully, ma’am, the validity of the sentence below depends on the morality and character of people in that “duly elected government” – see, e.g., POTUS 44, POTUS 32, POTUS 28, POTUS 16 – as well as the morality and character of those armed mobs and war lords.

      It is not good to have armed mobs and war lords unconnected with a duly elected government.

      Personally, I’d be fine as part of the mobs led by WarLords OutlawPatriot or Cseanz, among others.

      🙂

    • outlawpatriot

      Ah, a new member of the Looney Tunes gang. I think I shall call you Pube. 🙂

  6. If there is an “invasion” planned, I don’t think that you can begin to resist from within your Country … for two reasons.

    Firstly … you cannot reliably identify any enemy. You will end up killing innocent people. We know that it is wrong to do this.

    Secondly … any such “invasion” is the result of strategic planning from within. Resistance to that plan will be met by the Blue Wall and the overwhelming force of the State’s agents. Absent an all-out uprising, that’s a dead end.

    If I’m wrong, then I want to know what is stopping you?

  7. It is strange to see people still completely clueless as to who the real enemy is.

    This is not a difficult exercise. Merely determine what people have the MEANS, the MOTIVE and a HISTORY of victimizing you. These do not include a few Muslim nut cases, or the crazies on Prozac or Ritalin. It is the government, definitely including state government. How much of your life have you unwillingly given over to government through the years?

  8. Do you happen to remember the Malvo shootings in DC? I can’t remember where I read it, but incidents of ‘flu’ increased by over 15% during the period in the DC force. These guys were not even targeting cops. Sorry but most cops are there for the pension. Can’t collect if you are dead.

  9. Publics, Good citation of the DELEGATED POWER of the Federal Government in Article I, Sec 8:15. Also in 8:16, the government only is delegated power “for governing such part of them ( the militia) as may be EMPLOYED in the service of the United States.” That restricts the Federal Government to only those it employs from the militia. The 2nd Amendment references this in using “a well-regulated militia” when the Bill of Rights amended the Constitution in 1791. Therefore ALL federal gun laws which would violate or infringe on “the right of the People to keep and bear arms” are UNLAWFUL.

  10. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

    • Publius Huldah

      Grog, one must consult the original source documents – only those are authoritative. Any secondary sources which contradict the original source documents must be set aside. Stuff is out there on the internet which is …. WRONG. The only way to know what is True and what is False is to consult the original source documents. Beware of opinion pieces which reflect the writer’s uninformed views.

  11. Publius Huldah

    Anonymous: I suggest that you are clueless as to what powers WE THE PEOPLE [see first 3 words of Constitution] delegated to our “creature”, the federal government. If you did, you wouldn’t make such a comment as you did. Each of the 18-21 (depending on how you count) powers delegated to the federal government “secures” in a specific way, a specific God-given right. It’s summarized on this one page chart: https://publiushuldah.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/chart-showing-federal-structure-3-1-part-a2.pdf
    Don’t trash the Constitution [which was a 5000 year miracle] because of the results of its having been ignored for over 100 years! People didn’t trouble themselves to learn our Two Founding Documents – and we see all around us the result.

  12. I rescind my consent to be led by madmen and imbeciles. Fuck everyone who doesn’t like it. ONWARD!

  13. Publius, good point, but not entirely correct, there is a plethora of writings available for anyone to read that describe the original source documents from the view of the founders, hence link #3.

    Now, as i don’t know which link you are referring to that you consider wrong, I will conclude that you don’t approve of both links, and that’s your option. I will suggest, though, that while wikipedia can be edited by anyone, it can still be a good information source, when compared to other historical resources.

    As for that, what is your view regarding the preliminary draftings of 2A?
    From link #3: “A well regulated militia, composed of the body of the People, being the best security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed, but no one religiously scrupulous of bearing arms, shall be compelled to render military service in person.”

    In my view, the draft versions have the same weight or more as the final version. Trump was recently talking about 2A, and how people should get permits for concealed carry.

    http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/trump-concealed-carry-permit/2015/10/03/id/694581/

    He is Wrong. 2A says nothing about permits. To obtain a permit for a Right is to surrender that Right.

    Maybe you won’t read this, I don’t know, but if you do, and if CA will allow any further discussion in this thread, I’ll read your reply and consider mine.