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Idaho Planned Community, The Citadel, Would Require Everyone to Bear Arms

AOL – by Graham Wood

A group of online organizers and a gun company are planning to build a fortified city in Idaho called The Citadel, where every resident from age 13 and up would be armed with guns. The goal of the community is to “fiercely” protect the ideals of American liberty and to be prepared for catastrophe of any kind. According to the Citadel website, the planned community is making room for 3,500 to 7,000 “patriotic American families who agree that being prepared for the emergencies of life and being proficient with the American icon of Liberty — the Rifle — are prudent measures. There will be no HOA. There will be no recycling police and no local ordinance enforcers from City Hall.”

More than 200 people have already signed up to live in the fortified city, the Boise Statesman. The group, led by the III Arms gun company, has reportedly purchased 20 acres in western Idaho to begin construction. An arms factory is planned to be housed in the community, which will besurrounded by high walls with lookout posts. Dennis Miller, who says he is the president of III Arms, explained the logic behind building a gun-toting community in this YouTube video:

The construction of the Citadel hasn’t officially kicked off yet, and some are skeptical that it will ever get off the ground. Idaho State Rep. Cindy Agidius told KBOI-TV in Boise that she thinks it could be just pie-in-the-sky. “When I look at plans for this community, it looks pretty far-fetched,” she said. “We’re talking about building a castle, basically. That’s an awful lot of capital.”

Citadel organizers have said they will accept anyone who wants to be a part of the community, but its website warns that “Marxists, Socialists, Liberals and Establishment Republicans will likely find that life in our community is incompatible with their existing ideology and preferred lifestyles.” In the Citadel, life will be governed by Thomas Jefferson’s ideals of liberty, the group said. People wanting to become part of the Citadel community must pay a $208 application fee and sign a Patriot Agreement, which requires all residents that meet the age criteria to be armed with an AR-15 rifle, ammo and other supplies.

http://realestate.aol.com/blog/2013/01/17/citadel-idaho-armed-community

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10 Responses to Idaho Planned Community, The Citadel, Would Require Everyone to Bear Arms

  1. Mark Schumacher - NV says:

    Sounds like a paradise compared to what we have now. Wonder who the gun company is?

  2. chris says:

    The mainstream is suddenly blasting this out and it has made it’s way to AOL?

    I checked out the founder Kerodin and something about this whole thing reeks…

    • Angel-NYC says:

      Possibly, a set-up for a “Waco” situation?

      • chris says:

        Possibly…

        Draw the patriots out of their communities that would be willing to fight and centralize them for some easy yard farming by drones.

        Blame explosion on arms factory and large amount of munitions stored in everyone’s house. Manufacturing explosives… etc etc.

      • diggerdan says:

        Something doesn`t sound right. how I take what the guy is saying is that a guy like me would not be welcome because I could not – cough cough – be welcome there because I am a convicted felon from the 60`s and 70`s and I cannot legaly own or possess a fire arm. I`m a felon only because of a few different marijuana drug convictions. WTF. This guy sounds like he is desparate for something. I don`t trust him.

        • chris says:

          Yea,

          I can’t find the article but I remember reading that he was exploring “legal” means to get his firearms right back.

          What the hell does he mean by legal?

          The feds wouldn’t give him ANYTHING without wanting something in return.

          • diggerdan says:

            Yea, I know what you mean there chris. Everyone I know says to me to go for a pardon but they can just go screw themselves. I will not go crawling to the govt. asking for a F`n pardon because by doing that I would be asking for forgivness for something that was illegal based on their lies and deception. By asking for a pardon would be like saying they were right and I was wrong and they would be so nice by granting a pardon. I`m my books they are not nice people – if they are even people. They are a bunch of belly crawling lizards I think.

          • chris says:

            Screw ‘em

            I’m sure you can find what you need whether they give you “permission” or not.

  3. NC says:

    This map is setup like a Medieval castle fortress with a Japanese style, Himeji Castle outer and inner maze-like wall. I like it but it would never survive air attacks, drones or nuclear attacks, so they might as well trash it. It would have worked in the 1300’s but not in our time.

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