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The Citadel, which arose on the Internet, envisions a walled and armed community in the mountains.

The project would be a “martial endeavor designed to protect residents in times of peril” and “built as a fortified bastion of liberty,” according to the group’s website.

Members already created at least one Idaho company to make firearms and employ residents.

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The plan is to build a community with a fortified castle and firearms museum in addition to typical city features like a bank, jail and library. The complex would have 3,500 to 7,000 families living on about 2,000 to 3,000 acres in Benewah County south of Coeur d’Alene, according to the website.

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The group has purchased 20 acres atop a mountain in the county and hopes to break ground shortly after summer 2013, the website said. More than 200 families have already applied to join the Citadel, according to its website.

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III Percent LLC — seemingly a reference to the “three percenter” militia movement — and Citadel Land Development LLC were created in Idaho last month, according to state records.

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Residents would have to agree to conditions that include: Following federal and state constitutions. Being able to shoot a man-sized steel target at various distances with a handgun and a rifle. Having an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle variant, at least five magazines and 1,000 rounds of ammunition. Keeping every household stocked with a year’s worth of food, water and supplies. Taking courses on topics such as basic medical care and firearms safety. Carrying a loaded sidearm when visiting the Citadel’s town center.

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/12/21/178147/survivalist-group-the-citidal.html#storylink=cpy

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The Citadel, which arose on the Internet, envisions a walled and armed community in the mountains.

The project would be a "martial endeavor designed to protect residents in times of peril" and "built as a fortified bastion of liberty," according to the group's website.

Members already created at least one Idaho company to make firearms and employ residents.

...

The plan is to build a community with a fortified castle and firearms museum in addition to typical city features like a bank, jail and library. The complex would have 3,500 to 7,000 families living on about 2,000 to 3,000 acres in Benewah County south of Coeur d'Alene, according to the website.

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The group has purchased 20 acres atop a mountain in the county and hopes to break ground shortly after summer 2013, the website said. More than 200 families have already applied to join the Citadel, according to its website.

...

III Percent LLC — seemingly a reference to the "three percenter" militia movement — and Citadel Land Development LLC were created in Idaho last month, according to state records.

...

Residents would have to agree to conditions that include: Following federal and state constitutions. Being able to shoot a man-sized steel target at various distances with a handgun and a rifle. Having an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle variant, at least five magazines and 1,000 rounds of ammunition. Keeping every household stocked with a year's worth of food, water and supplies. Taking courses on topics such as basic medical care and firearms safety. Carrying a loaded sidearm when visiting the Citadel's town center.

http://www.mcclatchy...l#storylink=cpy

Wow great idea. Ben Raines would be proud

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This is so cool ! Get the militants in the same zone, easier to arrest them ! ;)


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[quote name=^_^' timestamp='1357571763' post='5907433]

The Citadel, which arose on the Internet, envisions a walled and armed community in the mountains.

The project would be a “martial endeavor designed to protect residents in times of peril” and “built as a fortified bastion of liberty,” according to the group’s website.

Members already created at least one Idaho company to make firearms and employ residents.

...

The plan is to build a community with a fortified castle and firearms museum in addition to typical city features like a bank, jail and library. The complex would have 3,500 to 7,000 families living on about 2,000 to 3,000 acres in Benewah County south of Coeur d’Alene, according to the website.

...

The group has purchased 20 acres atop a mountain in the county and hopes to break ground shortly after summer 2013, the website said. More than 200 families have already applied to join the Citadel, according to its website.

...

III Percent LLC — seemingly a reference to the “three percenter” militia movement — and Citadel Land Development LLC were created in Idaho last month, according to state records.

...

Residents would have to agree to conditions that include: Following federal and state constitutions. Being able to shoot a man-sized steel target at various distances with a handgun and a rifle. Having an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle variant, at least five magazines and 1,000 rounds of ammunition. Keeping every household stocked with a year’s worth of food, water and supplies. Taking courses on topics such as basic medical care and firearms safety. Carrying a loaded sidearm when visiting the Citadel’s town center.

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/12/21/178147/survivalist-group-the-citidal.html#storylink=cpy

Seems reasonable. I bet it would be a crime free zone which would be better than a gun free zone

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Or just send a few drones their way and finish them off. Who would notice a few missing pieces of trash?

I see you are pro choice. Nice. Kill anyone that disagrees with you. With missles.


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Or just send a few drones their way and finish them off. Who would notice a few missing pieces of trash?

Trenton, NJ?


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Northern Idaho is already full of retired cops, white supremists, and survivalists. They will fit right in and nobody will notice.

No wonder they have one of the lowest crime rates in the nation..

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