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    Default Missouri State Militia

    I'se Scared To Death of Right-Wing Missouri Militia / Death Squads

    Your view: Missouri minutemen bill frightening


    https://www.joplinglobe.com/opinion/...fb089d803.html
    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2564#post22564
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...2564#post22564

    I write with incredulity that a Missouri Senate bill is being proposed to bring back the minutemen. Minutemen were civilian colonists who were organized as irregular militia to fight the British during the Revolutionary War (1775-1783).

    The National Guard was created to combine the rapid deployment model of the minutemen with the professional organization of a regular army. So if the National Guard is modeled on the original minutemen and its purpose is to defend us, why do we need minutemen?

    The details of this bill are frightening.

    Any legal Missouri resident who is eligible to be a lawful firearm owner may voluntarily join the minutemen, their weapons do not need to be registered and the list of members will be secret by law. This is a call to arms to every extremist militia group you can think of, including those who attacked the Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, who would surely welcome a badge of legitimacy.

    Incredibly, the bill provides the state with “immunity from liability for compensatory damages for negligent acts or omissions of any volunteer of the minutemen and from any criminal act committed by any volunteer of the minutemen while enrolled in the minutemen or while acting in the course of his or her duties.”

    Wow.

    How would we know who these people are if they are deployed? Who will pay for them? Under what circumstances would they be deployed? What would be the rules of engagement? How would law enforcement know who they are? How would lawful protesters or bystanders harmed by these people get redress?

    It is hard to avoid the conclusion that this is an irregular force to be deployed against fellow Americans without the constraints or liabilities that apply to law enforcement and the National Guard whom we trust — and pay — to defend us.

    This bill should not even be considered, let alone passed.

    Stephanie Clarke
    Joplin


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    Default jewr view as a ZOGling whigger or mamzer ass-clown: Bill White's militia bill dangerous

    jewr view as a ZOGling whigger or mamzer ass-clown: Bill White's militia bill dangerous

    https://www.joplinglobe.com/opinion/...51446fe0b.html
    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2676#post22676
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...2676#post22676


    I recently read an article in The Joplin Globe in which State Sen. Bill White. R-Joplin, wants to form an armed militia in Missouri similar to the one they are attempting in South Carolina.

    Think about that. We have the National Guard, which is very capable of handling emergencies in our state. Those of us who remember Jan. 6 remember the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers, and other so-called militias that attempted to overthrow our government.

    What White is attempting to do is expand these militias so that the next time they try to overthrow our government through insurrections, they may very well succeed. Think back in history of governments that have been overthrown — the government of Germany with the help of the Brownshirts and Italy with the Blackshirts, one Nazi and the other fascist.

    Do not be taken in by this absurd excuse that somehow you are standing up for your Second Amendment and the right to bear arms. This is really the beginning of the next step in trying to overthrow our government.

    James P. Gann
    Pineville



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