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Bald Eagle

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Statists come to our events too
« on: May 23, 2007, 11:09:01 am »

How long before the FSP is listed?
Recognize any of the political parties or organizations that were in attendance at Porc Fests or the NHLF?
Isn't it ironic that "our" government feels a need to keep an eye on PATRIOT groups instead of rooting out the fascists, communists, and socialists that are infiltrating the government itself?

From:
http://www.pa-aware.org/who-are-terrorists/pdfs/C-13.pdf

Patriot Groups in the United States:
An Analysis of Their Geographical Locations

Patriot groups (1) in the United States have been in existence for many years and are found in most states across the United States. Information derived from the Southern Poverty Law Center indicates that a total of 194 patriot groups have been identified as active in the United States as of the year 2000. A breakdown of these groups concluded that 72 were identified as militias, 3 were common law courts, and the remainder fit into a variety of other categories that included citizens’ groups, ministries, publishers, and other similar groups.

[ PUBLISHERS? ! ]

A total of 188 patriot groups and their geographical locations were considered for this analysis. (Six were discarded from the original sample of 194 patriot groups, as the identified geographical locations were not specific enough to be able to determine an accurate population
assessment). Though many of these groups were reported as active in major metropolitan areas and cities, a growing number are found to be operating in the smaller cities and towns with populations of less than 25,000 people. Of these 188 groups, a total of 75 patriot groups (40% of all identified patriot groups) are in geographical locations with populations under 25,000 people. Some of these locations were far removed from larger cities, while others were in close proximity to a major metropolitan area or large city.

Following is a list of the patriot groups who were determined to be located in a geographical location with a population less than 25,000. Please note that if a patriot group is listed, it is not an implication that the group itself is racist, violent, or engages in criminal activities, or even advocates or condones such behavior.

[ So, they're just spending stolen tax dollars to keep tabs on them for the hell of it. ]

(1) A “patriot group” is defined by the Southern Poverty Law Center as opposed to the “New World Order” or advocating or adhering to extreme antigovernment doctrines.

[ I've been seeing a lot of references to this SPLC - I think I need to look them up and see just who the hell they are ]

A total of 75 patriot groups (40% of all identified patriot groups) are in geographical locations with populations under 25,000 people.


Patriot Groups in Geographical Locations with Populations Under 25,000

Alabama Attalla Gadsden Minutemen

Arizona Thatcher Sovereign Citizen Resource Center

California Studio City Truth in Taxation
   Sunset Beach We the People

Colorado Golden Colorado State Defense Force Reserve
   Johnstown American Freedom Network

Connecticut Terryville Connecticut 51st Militia

Georgia Lawrenceville Militia of Georgia

Idaho Kamiah Police Against the New World Order
   Post Falls Constitution Party

Illinois Benton Southern Illinois Patriots League
   Monmouth Western Illinois Militia
   Smithshire Midwest Patriots

Indiana Bloomfield Southern Indiana Regional Militia
   Perry County Indiana Citizens Volunteer Militia, 7th Brigade
   Rochester Patriots for Liberty
   Shoals Constitution Party
   Worthington Greene County Militia

Iowa Randall Constitution Party

Kentucky Clarkson Take Back Kentucky
   Edmonton United States Citizens’ Militia
   Lebanon Free Kentucky
   Nicholasville Kentucky State Militia

Maine Belfast Maine Militia
   Spruce Head Constitution Party

Maryland Taneytown Constitution Party
   Westminster Save A Patriot Fellowship

Michigan Alanson Northern Michigan Regional Militia
   Bancroft Michigan Militia Corps Wolverines, 6th Division
   Benzonia Michigan Militia Corps Wolverines, 3rd Division
   Dexter Patriot Broadcasting Network
   Gaylord Michigan Militia Corps Wolverines, 4th Division
   Harrison Michigan Militia Corps Wolverines, 5th Division
   Mount Pleasant Michigan Jural Society
   Tustin Lawful Path

Mississippi Ocean Springs Mississippi Militia
   Perkinston Patrick Henry Foundation for Common Law Studies

Missouri Grain Valley Missouri 51st Militia
   Granby 7th Missouri Militia

Montana Elmo Constitution Party
   Noxon Militia of Montana

Nebraska Minden Army of the Union of States

Nevada Sandy Valley Center for Action

New Hampshire East Hampstead First Granite State Irregulars

New Jersey Shamong New Jersey Committee of Safety

New York Central Square Constitution Party

North Dakota Casselton Constitution Party

Ohio Ashtabula County Ohio Unorganized Militia Assistance and Advisory Committee
   Grove City E Pluribus Unum
   Lebanon Unorganized Militia Assistance and Advisory Committee

Oklahoma Panama Present Truth Ministry

Oregon Boring Christian Patriot Association
   Eagle Point Southern Oregon Militia
   Klamath Falls Freedom Bound International
   Scappoose Constitution Party
   Stayton Embassy of Heaven

Pennsylvania Allison Park American Nationalist Union
   Shillington Sons of Liberty Militia
   Wildwood Northern Voice Bookstore

South Carolina Liberty Palmetto State Guard
   Taylors South Carolina Militia

Tennessee Brentwood Constitution Party
   Jefferson County Militia of East Tennessee
   Lynnville Constitution Party
   Mount Juliet Constitution Party
   Wartrace Constitution Party

Texas Brenham Constitution Party
   Burleson Constitution Party
   Cleburne Buffalo Creek Press
   El Campo People’s Court of Common Law (Gulf Coast Districts)
   Waxahachie Church of God Evangelistic Association
   White Oak Republic of Texas

Vermont South Burlington Constitution Party

Washington Ellensburg Jural Society

Wisconsin Watertown Constitution Party
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Re: Statists come to our events too
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2007, 11:24:06 am »

I was hoping for the towns all these patriots reside, for targetted FSP and FTL advertising.
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Re: Statists come to our events too
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2007, 01:11:29 pm »

SPLC started out as a law firm filing civil rights lawsuits, especially desegregation cases. It then moved into watching the KKK. From there it's branched out into watching anyone it considers to be a "hate group" or white supremacist group or anti-government group. It's an extremist group of its own at this point and leans far to the socialist left.
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Re: Statists come to our events too
« Reply #3 on: May 27, 2007, 12:10:41 am »

...And once again the victim becomes the oppressor. The Const Party guys are pretty freaky though. Why aren't the LaRoucheites on there? Perhaps because they're too neofascist? 8-) I like how they only got one small branch of WTP and not the main org. Go bureaucrats!
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Re: Statists come to our events too
« Reply #4 on: May 27, 2007, 01:16:49 pm »

Thanks for the list of folks I'll want to meet in my travels.  8)
Jack Mclamb founded Police Against the New World Order here in AZ. I wondered where he went.
No John Birtch society on the list?
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