Martial Law Revisited

Posted: April 26, 2012 in Survival
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Martial law can be defined as the military taking control of a city, state or country and running it at their discretion.  The military would impose control on a civilian population when law and order cannot be maintained by the civil authorities.  Martial law scenarios would likely involve a restriction, erosion or suspension of your Constitutional rights by government decree.

In order to survive martial law the following things should be considered.  You will need to prepare beforehand by becoming as self reliant as possible; avoid traveling to any and all areas under martial law; do not draw attention to yourself or your family during times of martial law; stay informed and never accept the governments word at face value.  Remember your survival trumps obeying dictates.  I’ll repeat that…..your survival trumps obeying dictates.

A constant, armed military presence  and routine patrols by the military will be part of martial law along with curfews and vehicle checkpoints.  There will be people who masquerade as law enforcement to lure people into traps and attack them.  Do not fall for this.  You need to be extremely careful who you follow and whom you trust.  Martial law can be dangerous and life ending to those who do not recognize martial law for what it really is.

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Comments
  1. If people would pay attention they would know that there are already elements of martial law imposed on us. But unfortunately people don’t give a crap as long as they believe it makes them safer. Think TSA and Homeland Security.

  2. HoooOOOOOOWWWWLLLLLoooooo! Very cool blog you have here 🙂 You have posted some very interesting material 🙂 And thanks for calling in on mine! 🙂

  3. rmactsc says:

    Thanks for the kind words europasicewolf. I appreciate you stopping by.

  4. esurvival says:

    Reblogged this on Prepardness Journal.

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