Patriot Group to Build a 3,000 Acre Armed Compound
January 17, 2013 in Resistance
There has been a lot of talk about gun control, the second amendment, and how to approach tragedies involving firearms in the United States. Some suggested that we ban certain guns or outlaw them flat out. Others say that gun control is the problem and instead we should arm up more citizens. However, some people have formed a solution outside of the typical narrative.
A patriot group called the Citadel is laying the groundwork to construct a 3,000 acre city in western Idaho (Benewah County) that will be able to accommodate 3,500- 7,000 families. The city could potentially have a population of 10- 20,000 people if the average household has three. According to the group over 200 families have already signed up for the project and this was before they even advertised the community. The Citadel also says that they will be purchasing the land this year and will be breaking ground soon after that.
The fortified city will not only be in a remote area but will be upon a mountain or a raised area of land. The project map of the compound shows an outer and inner wall with corresponding gates, inner and outer defensive towers, perimeter housing, neighborhoods, power and water stations, farmers market, an amphitheater, schools, firearms Museum, reflecting pool, a firearms factory, and the town center in which I guess is going to be for communal purposes.
The main emphasis of the group is to “voluntarily choose to live together in accordance with Thomas Jefferson’s ideal of rightful liberty.” The obvious motivation of this project is to build “an armed community to protect their liberty” from an oppressive government…