Pennsylvania Citizen Militia
Pennsylvania's 1st Unorganized Militia
America's Last Line Of Defense
Pennsylvania's 1st Unorganized Militia Oath
Members located all over Pennsylvania
· Protect and aid
your community as needed.
· Prepare alternate communications.
· Prepare logistics.
· Identify local members for organizing.
· Identify possible terrorist targets.
· Identify alternate bug out locations.
· Keep your ears and eyes open.
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What is the Militia?
We are everyday, law abiding citizens, and simply want to uphold our way of life without all the government intervention and lack of true representation. We always like to keep a family friendly atmosphere; this is what we are really striving for in the organization. The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law and we fully support it, as well as the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
What we are not.
We are not a hate group.
We are not anti-government.
We are not a conspiracy nuts.
We do seek change but seek it by peaceful means.
Basic rules of the land
We will not now nor ever tolerate any type of hate speech.
We will not now nor ever tolerate anyone who plans to do harm to the people or our group.
We do ask that you make at least one weekend a month open to train with your zone.
We do ask that if you join our froum you are respectfull and follow the posted rules.
God Bless America!!!
"I Will Not Be Dominated!"
Flag of the First Pennsylvania Rifles: Thompson's Rifle Battalion.
Thompson's Rifle Battalion an early associator unit, and part of the Pennsylvania line in the Continental Army. The associators were a unique volunteer defense force founded by Benjamin Franklin and were the first volunteer citizen militia in the Commonwealth. (The Pennsylvania Militia: The Early Years, 1669-1792, by Samuel J. Newland, Ph.D. Professor, Military Education, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Pennsylvania)
Article I, Declaration of Rights, Right to Bear Arms, Section 21.
"In the beginning of change, the patriot is a scarce man; brave, hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds however, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot"
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