Would you saddle up with a group who has "friends" like this?
They pledge to prevent dictatorship!
Police, military to stand down in response to unlawful orders.
Gateway Created in March by 44-year-old Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers is a 'nonpartisan group' of current and retired law enforcement, military, and related personnel who vow to fulfill their oaths to the Constitution.
They pledge to disobey 'illegal' orders, including directives to disarm people, and to prevent cities from becoming "giant concentration camps," which he foresees happening in the coming years.
"The whole point of Oath Keepers is to stop a dictatorship from ever happening here," said the Yale-trained lawyer and former Army paratrooper.
"My focus is on the guys with the guns, because they can't do it without them. We say if the American people decide it's time for a revolution, 'we'll fight with you'."
et tu Brut� In a July report, Return of the Militias, the Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center singled out Oath Keepers as "a particularly worrisome example of the Patriot revival." It's the "cross-pollinating" of extremist groups -- some racist and some not -- that concerns Mark Potok.
TT says: Two things happened after Homeland Security and the SPLC released reports: Membership of Oath Keepers spiked dramatically, and Rhodes has had to suck up to the KikeJew infested patriotard right wing.
"We're not a militia," he said. "We're not part and parcel of the white supremacist movement. I loathe white supremacists!" (Take that statement into account, then go and read the "Ten Orders We Will Never Obey". So long as those the State has deemed a threat are painted as either "White Supremacists" or "Muslims" or "Atheists" or whatever these goofballs fear the most, they will do their duty for "God and Country" never seeing the jew behind the curtain who is manipulating them for his own ends just as he always has.)
The group is not monolithic, however, as its Montana state director contends that Montana, and other states, should consider seceding from the Union!
"There are thousands of Americans who go to Lexington to watch re-enactments of people shooting at troops," said Rhodes; "the military and police may find this offensive."
He wants to create a legal defense fund for Oath Keepers who are disciplined for defying orders they deem unlawful or immoral:
Orders We Will Not Obey
TT says: A few years ago, beginning in the 80s when the Militias were rising, everything was 'Hunky Dorey'... until the Oklahoma City job. Then they disappeared overnight, and these were people who said they hated big government -- the System. Timothy McVeigh DID hate it, but HE acted. The worn out reactionary right could not admit that McVeigh really WAS what they claimed to be. Although McVeigh was not a White supremacist or an Insurgent, (both he and Terry Nichols were either married to, or had bedded down with Filipinos), he deserves respect nonetheless.
Now here comes a probable false flag outfit created in the Militia mold. Oath Keepers claim extreme resistance to the state, but I'll believe it when I see it. Too many of them are Jew thinking Christian Zionists and can never be trusted. Watch them, infiltrate them, but don't fall for their rhetoric. Keep your powder dry and maintain a low profile. Our time is coming. Allow these reactionaries to make their move, and the System too. Before this is over, many an Oath Keeper will be as deadly an enemy as the Jew World Order itself. -- Tom Metzger
I'm in concurrence with Terrible Tommy. As Jeff was mentioning on a previous thread, these "militias" are little more than traps used to identify and round up true Patriots. Insurgency(carried out in single cell and underground) is the only way. Meetings and membership cards make it as easy as shooting fish in a barrel for Fed stooges. Don't be duped.
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