III Percent Citadel Makes Top of Drudge

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The III Percent Citadel project in Idaho has made the top headline on the Drudge Report. Took them long enough. For more information on the Citadel, click here.

David DeGerolamo

Patriotic Group To Build Armed ‘Defensible’ Neighborhood Fortress

A group of like-minded patriots, bound together by pride in American exceptionalism, plan on building an armed community to protect their liberty.

The group, named Citadel, intends to purchase 2,000 to 3,000 acres for the project in western Idaho.  The community will comprise of 3,500 to 7,000 families of patriotic Americans who “voluntarily choose to live together in accordance with Thomas Jefferson’s ideal of Rightful Liberty.”

According to the Citadel website, Rightful Liberty means that “neighbors keep their noses out of other neighbors’ business, that neighbors live and let live.”

Citadel explains that residents in the community will be bound by the following:

  • Patriotism
  • Pride in American Exceptionalism
  • Our proud history of Liberty as defined by our Founding Fathers, and
  • Physical preparedness to survive and prevail in the face of natural catastrophes –such as Hurricanes Sandy or Katrina — or man-made catastrophes such as a power grid failure or economic collapse.

Residents should also agree that being “prepared for the emergencies of life and being proficient with the American icon of Liberty — the Rifle — are prudent measures.”

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4 Responses to III Percent Citadel Makes Top of Drudge

  1. This is a welcome piece of news. Be assured that not fewer than 250 millions of US population is prepared to make this purpose of their lives --even with the likes of Obama who stands sneering over this story on Drudge.

  2. I was not aware I would be screened for MODERATION. But I haven’t time to wait for it. At all events, I wish you well. You are welcome to review the site I mention.

  3. donald gustafson says:

    Sounds like it could be a great place to live and work

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