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This States Priority is considered HIGH- We use the classification for several reasons related to both geographical locations strategic values of the resources within the state itself. We would invite you to use the comment section below to study, share and understand what the specifics of this are from the perspective of national infrastructure. What would closing off the borders of the state look like from the point of logistics, power, gas, and other resources? What states border this state and how would their relationships affect our cause? In many cases, one single state could completely cripple a dozen others bringing them to their knees without chambering a single round. That is the power of state sovereignty. Make no mistake about it, we are gathering intelligence for a plan!

State Defence Force – This State status is what we classify as “Inactive”, simply meaning that to the best of our research the State has all of the Statutes in order to allow for a State Defense Force to be in place but for one reason or another as been retired or deactivated. What we often see in this case is that the state statutes only allow for an SDF to be active during certain times or events. Whatever the case be a change is needed and a movement of residents to make that change is required.

Political Strategies – Constitutional core values must be installed at the command and control levels in the state. This means strategies to install top leaders such as Governors, State Attorneys, Lt Governor, House, and Senate levels must be a top priority for the next election cycle. This is why mass campaigns must be launched specifically at the state level. You can not depend on a party candidate being handed to you, we must find and promote party candidates who are principled in the areas of Constitutional law.

Remember, we depend on YOU to help with the restoration of our country which means it’s time to roll up your sleeves and do some work.

Suggested steps to take

  • Check the comment section below to see the current status information on your state.
  • Contact the Governor of your state (forms)
  • State Military Department find out what is needed to activate your State Defense Force.
  • Contact your State House Representative (forms)
  • Contact your State House Senator (forms)
  • Contact the States House and Senate Leaders in your state (forms)
  • Send page links to as many like-minded fellow citizens in your state, become a leader!
  • Spread the word as far as possible with Social Media tools and posts in other blogs
  • Please post the replies you receive in our blog to help others in furthering these efforts.
  • Above all, set an example to follow and show your efforts.

You have a republic… if YOU can keep it!

Ben Franklin

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  1. A quick note. There is an unregulated militia group in the state of Arkansas that is calling its self the Arkansas State Defence Force. Where we do not have anything against those who wish to form private militia groups our mission is to have the state reactivate the state-sanctioned State Defence Force under the Common Clause of the US Constution and state and federal statutes.

    The distinctions between an SDF and an unregulated militia are quite vast in the areas of legal sanctioning and protection of troop actions.

    To make this change the following verbiage in this statute would need to be addressed.

    AR Code § 12-61-301 (2016)
    The Arkansas State Defense Force may be called to active duty at the discretion of the Governor, when any part of the Arkansas National Guard shall have been called or ordered into federal service, or in any other emergency when the Governor shall deem it necessary to supplement the Arkansas National Guard.

    The issue is it is too wishy-washy it allowing the Guard to be assembled and disassembled at whim. The argument for this change is you can not have an SDF at ready if it is not a maintained group.

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