Citizens Organizing In Armed Militias and Preparing for Potential Election Crisis
November 3, 2016.
With just a few days left until the election, many are now preparing for anything to happen.
The internet is abuzz with speculation that a false flag event may be staged in the United States in order to suspend the election.
This could range from a nuclear explosion in a major city, to an EMP attack on the nation’s power grid. The event would then be attributed falsely to a foreign State or a terrorist, hurling our nation into war and a concomitant suspension of this year’s election.
That is just one scenario that many are hoping they are wrong about.
If a false flag operation is not brought about, there is still the prospect of large-scale civil unrest.
The only thing we know now is that, we don’t know. Anything could happen. Or nothing at all.
It is why some Americans are arming themselves and participating in organized drills to prepare for the unknown. These Americans are part of what is now referred to as “the militia movement” — they are not taking anything for granted.
Militias are organizations of veterans, families, and ordinary citizens — from college students to lawyers — who are concerned about threats to their country.
The growth of militias in the US over the last decade has been staggering.
Once a relatively small network across rural portions of the US, militias are now composed of people from all racial and religious backgrounds and are even organized in densely populated regions.
The one thing that militias tend to have in common is the belief that the State — the US government — is not to be trusted.
Multiple reports have surfaced that militia groups are now holding drills and meetings to prepare for any unrest or catastrophic events that may be caused by next week’s election results.
The militias are heavily armed and well trained, and they are taking it pretty seriously.
One of their goals, ostensibly, is to protect the country and ensure the safety of citizens in the event that the State uses foreign mercenaries against its own population, or manufactures a crisis to stifle constitutional freedoms.
Members of the Oath Keepers say they plan to monitor activity as we approach election day to ensure safety, reports say.
Other members have suggested that they are on standby to uphold civil order in case the transfer of power is not ceded peacefully or if the consent of the governed is violated by election fraud.
“We are going to really train harder and try to increase our operational capabilities in the event that this is the day that we hoped would never come,” said one member.
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