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« on: March 14, 2013, 08:43:41 AM »

At best the world is amoral. Through our ethics we determine what we consider right from wrong. But at the end of the day the only thing that matters is might, as people who desire to enslave us will do so unless we can stand up to them. With this in mind I was hoping to make this thread a brain storm centre for ideas on how a justice and/or defence agency could be made under current conditions. The idea being if it can be demonstrated that the State is not needed for these things, perhaps we can bring the ignorant up to speed and into the fold.

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PS: I'm not even sure that it is possible, I just hope it is. Peace.
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« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2013, 10:59:05 PM »

A private navy costing US$70 million is being set up to escort merchant ships through the pirate-infested Gulf of Aden.
It will comprise a fleet of 18 ships, based in Djibouti, and will offer to convoy merchant vessels along the Internationally Recognised Transit Corridor (IRTC).
This is the world's most dangerous shipping lane, between the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea. The fleet will be operated by the Convoy Escort Programme (CEP), a British company launched by the international shipping insurers Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) and the Lloyds of London underwriters Ascot.


With budget cuts hitting law-enforcement agencies across the country, residents increasingly are taking matters into their own hands by joining town watches or hiring private security firms to help keep their neighborhoods safe.
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« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2013, 07:27:20 AM »

Interesting articles Tear thanks for sharing.

Something that I've been thinking about lately is that it would be pretty cool to set up a defence/general welfare organization when I get to NH. I have some experience fire fighting (Almost 10 years ago now so I'm a little rusty) I intend to get my EMT-B either this summer or in the fall of this year, and I intend to increase my bushcraft knowledge and skills. The point is that if an organization or multiple organizations can be set up to handle SAR and basic defence using volunteers we could essentially create an autonomous town of anarchists. Where I live SAR, Emergency Medicine, and Fire fighting is already handled by volunteers, and my block used to have a neighbourhood watch, so the precedent has already been set for this.
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