Patriotic Group To Build Armed 'Defensible' Neighborhood Fortress


#1

A group of like-minded patriots, bound together by pride in American exceptionalism, plan on building an armed community to protect their liberty.
The group, named Citadel, intends to purchase 2,000 to 3,000 acres for the project in western Idaho. The community will comprise of 3,500 to 7,000 families of patriotic Americans who "voluntarily choose to live together in accordance with Thomas Jefferson’s ideal of Rightful Liberty."
According to the Citadel website, Rightful Liberty means that "neighbors keep their noses out of other neighbors’ business, that neighbors live and let live."
Citadel explains that residents in the community will be bound by the following:

Patriotic Group To Build Armed ‘Defensible’ Neighborhood Fortress | CNS News

Just another example of people revolting against what direction they see this nation going. The states have also expressed anger with the federal government and politicians who want to impose restrictions on everything from gun rights to religion.


#2

It’s highly likely that they are paulbot neo-confederates who are also secessionists. I wouldn’t waste much time on this story and they likely won’t do this anyway.


#3

Oh good. another chew toy for the FBI to play with.

Does crack me up that they say no one will stick his nose into other people’s business, but otoh, be prepared to defend the person he’s supposed to ignore.
That’ll build comradrie and a desire to defend the community, for sure! lol

Not to mention the target they’re painting on their backs.
Sorry, but these people keel me.


#4

Heh…just a way for the local Century 21 guy to sell some otherwise worthless land! :smiley:


#5

Sell to Who? China. That’s very “patriotic” but then since when were Paulbots ever Patriotic?


#6

[quote=“jjf3rd77, post:5, topic:37818”]
Sell to Who? China. That’s very “patriotic” but then since when were Paulbots ever Patriotic?
[/quote]Say what?


#7

i never did get this ‘bunker mentality.’ Especially out of this group who is destined to tell everyone to mind his own business 'cuz most ‘bunker’ type people I know of are out for it to watch each other’s backs.
Against what, I’m not sure.
The Feds coming over the hill?

In which case, why in pity’s name are they drying, storing, upteens amount of food - in glass jars, no less - and 50lb. sacks of beans and rice, while compiling survival packs for the day they may have to “bug-out”.

What are they going to do? Carry it all on their backs? lol Or leave it behind - minus the ‘bug-out’ packs - for the so-called vermin they’re supposedly fleeing, so’s the vermin they’re fleeing have plenty to eat when they ‘bug out’?
Huh?

As far as ‘bugging out’ goes, many of them want to be the ‘bug out place’ to go.
Why not just paint a target on your back?

Nice hobby, I suppose.


#8

Simple they think at any moment, the world and/or the system will collapse.


#9

While Citadel may sound wonderful to many who are reading this, the community has posted a warning on their home page:

“Marxists, Socialists, Liberals and Establishment Republicans will likely find that life in our community is incompatible with their existing ideology and preferred lifestyles.”

Citadel says that every patriot selected to live within the community “will voluntarily agree to follow the footsteps of our Founding Fathers by swearing to one another our lives, our fortunes and our Sacred Honor to defend one another and Liberty against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

Hm, seems like they are a totalitarian state. I wouldn’t wan to live there. But then again, the paulbots would say of course not you are an establishment republican… No, it’s because I don’t like dictatorships, who tell me what to think and what to believe!


#10

Becoming more likely everyday.


#11

Yeah, I know. But they also think they’re going to have to 'bug out.'
Meanwhile…
compiling mountains of food and survival stuff…
that they’re going to have to leave behind…
for the enemy to eat.

Pardon me if the sense in that plan is a little lost on me.

Plus, “bug-out”. Where to, if you don’t mind my asking. Somewhere the gov’t can’t find you? With all those people gathering their RV’s, campers, and tents?
Doesn’t that sound a tad bit self-defeating? LOL

I know some of these ‘survivalists’, personally. The number one, over-all attitude that struck me was the amount of distrust.
Thanks, but no thanks. I prefer to sit quietly, attracting as little attention as possible.


#12

I am reminded of the stelle group and the his community

Stelle, Illinois - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


#13

The Jesus people started as an a attempt at communal living. I don’t know when they decided that wasn’t working - but they’re still around. Most people probably don’t realize this. If you have ever heard of a church (denomination) called “Calvary Chapel,” that’s an outgrowth of the Jesus people. They are still with us and going strong, but no longer living in a communal society. They have a number of different missions branch. One of these is called “Far Reaching Ministries.” My niece and her husband are missionaries under this group. They spent their first term in Uganda, where their son was born. They are now in South Africa on a church-planting mission, where - just this month - their daughter was born.


#14

This is near me. I dont see how it would work as far as jobs and other logistics. However, Im intrigued.


#15

So is the FBI, I bet.


#16

I forgot, but they are planning on building an arms factory inside of the walls, and shops and stuff.


#17

I hope they get the proper licensing…
:howler:


#18

I hadn’t heard that. But talk about a target! :evil:


#19

They already operate one in W Virginia, an arms factroy that is. The new one would help fund the Citadel.


#20

Most excellent then! If I ever hit the powerball, I’m doing something like this.