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Have you guys seen this?
I like the part "your children will be educated in school, not indoctrinated." Umm... If you're attempting to set up a society based on Thomas Jefferson's ideals, and your goal is to break away the way things are in the US, pretty sure your "education" will be far more indoctrinating in children than the current education system.
"Marxists, Socialists, Liberals, and Establishment Republicans may find that living within our Citadel Community is incompatible with their existing ideology and preferred lifestyles."
I'd love to find out that this is all a joke, but people are definitely this crazy these days.
Let me guess: this is an Alex Jones joint, isn't it? Or perhaps Glenn Beck?
They talk about every person needing to be armed within their walled community, when out in common areas. So if the point to creating this is to have a community of "Patriots" and no outsiders, who would they need weapons to protect themselves from?
Paranoia runs thick.
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of...
I just found out. I have a domain with the word 'citadel' and hits are up 500% from people searching and getting the wrong site.
- BTW.. top states in the stats... Texas, Nebraska, California, Virginia, Florida, ArizonaETM
- Awesome. You should change the site's purpose and put up ads and hilarious info about Citadel.mg33
- Like, sell confederate flag panties. Chocolate pistols. Condoms that have a musket or bayonet printed on them.mg33
- Make condom wrapper say "Unfurl Freedom... Freedom to Fuck."mg33
Whoever concocted this freakery is daft as a brush, though, broadcasting it all over the internets. What a nice way to bring attention to yourself to national agencies perhaps concerned about another Waco-like incident.
It's cute that they would employee medieval civic planning ideas to match their medieval mind-sets. Of course, to any sane person, they realize how futile something like this is in modern days. Other than perhaps zombies and random groups of unorganized citizens, this would do nothing against a few modern weapons like drones, AtoS or StoS missiles, or a few cluster bombs.
I am not in anyway advocating use of these on U.S. soil or on citizens of course, but speaking only in theory, it's futile.
It's nothing but a cash grab for paranoid people with more money than sense. Someone will get rich and their will be a bunch of disillusioned people when a single corner stone is never laid with that 'deposit' money.
I'm all in favor of this...sure it sounds ridiculous, but why not let people live the way they want and experiment with what the best form of community is. It's like the right wing version of a hippy commune.
reminds me of a movie
Someone onsite going "postal" over being forced into arbitration about missing the yearly target shooting quota by one shot?
60 Minutes special about weird sexual practices going on inside the compound?
Ladies and gentlemen, In preparation, I am starting a compound that specializes in the construction of trebuchets and catapults.
I heard yurimon is already on the waiting list.
Needs a drawbridge. And a motte and bailey.