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In a riveting interview on TruNews Radio, Wednesday, private investigator Doug Hagmann said high-level, reliable sources told him the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is preparing for “massive civil war” in America.
“Folks, we’re getting ready for one massive economic collapse,” Hagmann told TruNews host Rick Wiles.
“We have problems . . . The federal government is preparing for civil uprising,” he added, “so every time you hear about troop movements, every time you hear about movements of military equipment, the militarization of the police, the buying of the ammunition, all of this is . . . they (DHS) are preparing for a massive uprising.”
Hagmann goes on to say that his sources tell him the concerns of the DHS stem from a collapse of the U.S. dollar and the hyperinflation a collapse in the value of the world’s primary reserve currency implies to a nation of 311 million Americans, who, for the significant portion of the population, is armed.
Kevin, that's not enough, we need to band together and learn to fight as a team.
Teamwork is key. If we cannot learn to get along together we are doomed. Sadly in this movement too many people want to be the leaders. When you have to many Chiefs and not enough Indians nothing will ever get organized or planned. Also, according to law the militias are supposed to be just as well trained and disciplined as the regular army...Which if you look at most groups that call themselves a militia they are a far cry from either of those requirements.
You can have all the guns and ammo you want, however, if you cannot fight as a team they are just items.
Not to the best of my Knowledge.
The Militia Act of 1903 (which is the last militia act in the United States) is where it states the militias are to be just as well trained and disciplined as the Regular Army.
Militia Act of 1903 SECTION 3
"The organization, and discipline of the organized militia in the several States and Territories and in the District of Columbia shall be the same as that which is now or may hereafter be prescribed for the Regular and Volunteer Armies of the United States, within five years from the date of the approval of this Act"