The eMilitia is a group of liberty minded individuals who run pages on Instagram and discuss freedom in the 21st century. Politics, society, culture, law, crime, natural rights and damn near anything else is on the table for discussion as the rotating cast discusses our various views on Libertarian-Anarchy and get topical on current events.
In this episode, we talk to the wonderfully knowledgeable Pat Watson, former Coast Guard and Police Officer turned Voluntarist, educator on everything tactical and host of the Uncensored Tactical Podcast. Usually we bring Pat on to educate us for an hour or two, this time we just wanted to shoot the shit, celebrate the release of his book ‘Tactical Lockpicking’ and talk about the writing process, but for our full episode that serves as a prelude and crash course on lock picking, please listen to episode 29 ‘Uncensored Tactical - Lock Picking and Cocaine’. Otherwise, please enjoy us dragging Pat down the rabbit hole!
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The world is on fire and the gang get right to discussing it (right to it meaning after a brief couple months without episodes). Riots across the country have cropped up since police brutality has become a mainstream talking point once again, and with our community divided on the issue, we get to talking about how we feel about the situation, the factions involved, the Garrett Foster shooting, the black NFAC militia and much more!
We’re joined by John, AKA Anti-War War Vet to talk about his transition from military to civilian life, finding your morals amidst tides of propaganda, if patriotism and Anarchy are compatible and the many problems with American foreign policy.
Check him out on instagram at @Antiwarwarvet
We're joined by O'brian and Anthony, two of the infamous Texan 2A absolutists that helped local businesses reopen against Covid sanctions, before making a trip to Odessa to do the same and finding themselves held at gunpoint by the local hick cops and an MRAP prior to being arrested. We talk to them to get the whole story from their perspective.
Their updated GoFundMe for their legal defense will be posted and shared as soon as it is live.
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Drew Hopkinth, NOT of T-Rex Arms, Instagram gun and liberty memer joins the eMilitia to discuss a variety of on and off topic issues. Everything from his personal politics and how he came to them to his personal taste in rifles, competitive shooting and suppressors to Bacon on Burgers: Yay or nay? Along the way, being mistaken for a gunfluencer and Gramps and the gang discuss intellectual property and much more!
In celebration of the FGC-9’s plans being made publicly available on the Deterrence Dispensed website, our 3D printer nerds discuss it’s history and why it is so important in the fight against tyrants. The FGC-9 is chambered in 9mm and can be built and assembled using a $200 printer, virtually no “firearm parts,” and an electro-chemically machined barrel (Essentially: you can make the barrel in a bucket).
Joining us to talk about it is the designer: JStark, a ballsy European with a firm belief in the natural right to bear arms alongside guest hosts Ctrl+Pew and CBRN.
Sick and tired of all the pandemic talk, we sit down for a laid back episode of drinking, smoking and bitching about current events as a last hurrah on the topic in an attempt at putting it to rest on the show for as long as humanly possible. We discuss natural Libertarian contrarianism, the rapid shift of ignoring and writing new legislation, the hurting economy, hoarding and more!
Why isn't there a Libertarian charity if we believe in voluntary aide over coercive systems? Well, they exist, and they're killing it. We are joined by two of the staff over at Voluntaryism in Action to talk their origins, what they do, what Voluntarism is, how they're handling the epidemic, what the average Joe can do, what is in their future as a charity.
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Once again we are joined by our good friend Pat Watson from Uncensored Tactical alongside guest hosts Ctrl+Pew and Miss Buckles to discuss Bug Out Bags and Bugging out in a more generalized sense such as things to consider, the purpose of your bag and much more!
Be sure to check out Pat's show for all sorts of information just like this!
Pete Raymond, host of The Free Man Beyond the Wall Podcast, joins the gang to blow off some steam with a good old fashioned Libertarian bitching fest on everything from Martial Law to the wider Police State, personal opinions vs principles, public hysteria, price gouging and ammo shortages, prepping, Ross Ulbricht and his case and much more!
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We finally sit down with our good friend CBRN Boog Boi and discuss everything from what CBRN constitutes to it's importance, what life is like as a recent convert to Anarchism as an active duty soldier and how others already in, going through this same transition, should deal with it, peaceful resolutions versus violent revolutions, the Loveland, Colorado 2A rally, the virus and what to make of it and a bunch of listener generated questions for CBRN!
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As the state uses more and more violence to achieve their ends, how should the Anarchist react? In this episode, Empress of Meme, Anglo Libertarian and B.R sit down with Car Campit of FAGcast, Sally Mayweather (Sal the Agorist) of The Agora Podcast and Alex Utopium to discuss the philosophy of Agorism. What does the ideology represented by the Gray and Black flag mean? What is it about? Is it different to Anarcho-Capitalism? Is it peaceful? What do Agorists think of voting, the ‘Boogaloo’ and Anarcho-Zionism (Free State Project etc.) How is Agorism not ‘giving up’ if it foregoes violent revolution? How can you live a more Agoristic lifestyle tomorrow? And much much more packed into this informative round table discussion with some of our community’s leading voices on the subject.
Empress of Meme hijacks the show for International Women’s Day with a group of lady Anarchists including: Returning guest -Carey Wedler, Ali Jill of the Mises Caucus, Ashley of Think.Change.Repeat, Lady Voluntary and Miss Buckles (Formerly on the Valentines episode).
The ‘SheMilitia’ discusses their origin stories, the best path to liberty, propaganda, reaching statists, how to affect change today using the system, which Anarchist/Libertarian women inspired them, the growth of ladies in the movement recently, their thoughts on the Boogaloo, book recommendations and more!
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We sit down with Lyman Bishop, CEO of Hoplite Armor, unwitting bootlicker provocateur and candidate for Governor of Montana. We discuss the history of his company, how he agitated the entire online Law Enforcement community with his comments on the UPS shooting in Florida, the resulting #zerobootslicked campaign and his run for Governor of Montana and what some of his policies are.
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The eMilitia sits down with Ctrl+Pew, a 3D printing pro using his prowess to fight gun control, to discuss the emerging technology and covering everything from getting into the practice, it’s capabilities, legality and much more on the subject!
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In this episode, our first fully family friendly, educational show, we focus on British gun control. Why did it happen? How did it get so bad and what can we learn from it as US politicians tighten their grip on the right to bear arms? Anglo and B.R explain the history and get into the details covering everything from the Anglo-Saxon warrior culture to the effects of the Anarchist bombings in New York in the early 20th century to the Second World War right up to the present with P.A. Luty’s firearm activism in the UK and the most recent gun control legislation.
We also prelude our episode on 3D printing of guns with Ctrl+Pew explaining why not everything is quite as dismal as it seems thanks to this emerging technology!
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Uncensored Tactical - The Importance of Gun Ownership:
Struggling to find love as a Libertarian? Being an Anarchist straining your relationship? Worry no more listeners! The eMilitia and guests Whiskey and Rebellion, Mr and Mrs Trijiconfucious and Miss Buckles join us for a whirlwind episode where we take your agony aunt questions about love, romance, sex, dating and more and do our best... and sometimes worst, to help you navigate the precarious world of being a radical seeking a meaningful relationship.
Special thanks to our awesome guests and you the listeners for providing the questions.
Continuing the string of kickass guests, we are joined by Pat Watson of the Uncensored Tactical Podcast. We discuss his career, what brought him to Libertarianism, his expertise on lock picking and his upcoming book and courses on the topic. As is tradition, we also drag him out into the sticks with your questions and our off topic ramblings.
If you’re interested in learning more about Pat’s training courses, check out his website here: http://uncensoredtactical.com/courses/
We sit down with Matt from The Statist Quo Podcast to discuss his origin story on coming to Libertarianism, his time in the military, PTSD, civil asset forfeiture, the criminal justice system and go deep on the time he served in prison and the effects of the prison system on the incarcerated.
We catchup with Trijiconfucious and Hang ‘em after the Virginia 2nd amendment rally in Richmond. We discuss the day itself, the message sent, what comes next and the bigger picture for what comes next for other states facing 2A infringements.
In this very informational installment of the eMilitia podcast we are joined by Car Campit of the Friends Against Government Podcast (FAGCast) for a crash course in HAM radio communications. Be prepared to pause a plenty as you scribble down note after note on using non-internet based communications, a necessity in the age of subversive action against the state in the age of mass internet based surveillance.
APRS in action:
The gang wraps up their last year within the politigram and podcasting sphere, how we've grown as individuals, as a team and the crazy exponential growth of the liberty movement. We also discuss how we came to start the podcast. Happy New Year people!
Why celebrate the holidays in some wholesome, overplayed manner when we can suffer needlessly through the cringe of the MAGA cult for our viewers entertainment? If this is not proof we love you, the only thing remaining is a blood sacrifice. In this episode the eMilitia, joined by guests Jared from Biting the Bullet and Car from the Friends Against Government podcast, review a select handful of entries for the 'MAGA challenge', a competition where entrants submitted rap videos about President Trump in an effort to win a meeting with him. A prize that so far, has gone unclaimed. The meme fodder was there for the taking and it has been a while since we suffered for you.
Trijiconfucious (Now Trijiconch after his most recent deletion on Instagram) and Dr. Boogaloo join Guns & Emp for an update on the Virginia situation, the gang goes over how to set up sanctuary resolutions where you are and we listen to Trij's speech made to the local government.
Sanctuary city document https://t.co/YdmTXokgJr?amp=1
Instagram 2A boog icons Trijiconfucious and Dr. Boogaloo join us for a conversation that goes everywhere from the gun rights situation in their home of Virginia to medical myths, IFAK essentials (and what an IFAK is) and info on the good Doctors upcoming medical guide with the usual detours into absolute nonsense from the outright scatological to the more tangibly related weirdness you've come to expect from both the eMilitia and listener submitted questions.
Check them both out on instagram for news on the armed VA rally: Jan 20th, 2020 at the Virginia Capitol steps in Richmond and plenty more 2A and liberty related goodness.
Three USMC Marine vets turned Anarchist shoot the shit with the gang. The eMilitia hosts our sister podcast hosts from 'Biting the Bullet' on an extra long episode packed with chaos, degeneracy, controversy and a total lack of traditional formatting. So you know, the usual shit. We discuss the controversy with Maj Toure and the Libertarian Party and devolve into nonsense including the economy of using Jalapeño peppers as currency.
This episode, the eMilitia discuss Hang 'em's visit to Washington D.C. for the 2A rally as well as a mixed bag of topics including: Our thoughts on violent resistance, we harass Rebellious Liberty about magic mormon underwear again, laugh at Beto dropping out, talk about Virginia gun confiscations, no income Tax in Texas, answer the question “Why is a distrust of the state seen as childish?” How to be the ‘adult in the room’ when discussing your ideas and discuss politicians running on an open gun confiscation platform vs Being deceitful on their 2A stance.
Everyone's favorite anarchist makes an appearance. We know this is the one you've all been waiting for, Whiskey with Whiskey! The gang shoots the shit with him discussing the phenomenon of the Boogaloo, Fascists attempting to attach themselves to the Liberty movement, joining the military, Guns attempts to pick a fight and much more!
Viral Liberty preacher Carey Wedler, Editor in Chief of Antimedia.com, editor at FEE and of course known for her own brand of online short videos joins us for an episode on libertarian empathy, community and media.
In the video, Carey says that Larken Rose was referred to as a domestic terrorist by a venue being used to host AnarchoVegas, she wanted to clarify that they referred to him as 'on terror lists' instead, referring to communications supposedly taken from the FBI, DHS and Vegas PD.
In this bonus episode the eMilitia gets serious and breaks down the court case of a Dallas cop, Amber Guyger, shooting and killing a civilian, Botham Jean, in their own home completely unprovoked.
Why is this case so important to understand and follow? In our current climate many LEO's go unpunished when they carelessly take lives without so called 'justification' and to see a case actually get a serious prosecution willing to ask damaging questions of an officer we have the potential to see a change in our culture. A change from police being protected citizens with an elevated status to being held accountable like everyone else. Fat chance, but you can hope.
Instagram memer and thinker: 'Don't Tax Me Bro' joins us for a discussion on practical ways to prepare society for anarchy. We discuss self sufficient cities, a small scale version of the Free State Project concept, the collapse and what we can start doing tomorrow to put our ideas into practice and prove their merit.
Sounds like heaven on earth, right? In this episode we defend the common, and often very memeable, critiques of Anarcho-Capitalism from the reasonable concerns to the hyperbolic absurdities that belong only in comics and science fiction.
Also: B.R gets high for the first time in an episode and forgets more than usual.
A very typical eMilitia episode where the guys start out on Red flag laws, discussing the serious implications of them being put into place, how the government already abuses it's power in cases such as unnecessary audits against Tea Party activists during the Obama years and then somehow ending up discussing which part of the country has the best pizza, eventually finding their way back to the topic and wrapping it up nicely. Also: Gramps sounds like his batteries are dying at a few points but we're (mostly) sure he's not a T-800.
We talk to our fellow Instagram boogaloo boi PogActual about how he came to be a Libertarian after leaving the military, the coming collapse, red flag laws and more.
Be sure to check out his new podcast 'Metal meets the Militia' on YouTube!
The title really says it all for this one, the gang records a second episode immediately after finishing episode 10. The resulting conversation is what happens when we carry on drinking and discussing liberty and (attempting) answering viewer questions.
Origin Stories part 2, we follow up to our popular origin story episode and cover how our ghost hosts: Rebellious Liberty (Rebs), Founding Fathers (Dads) and Bootlickers Beware (Gramps) came to be Libertarians.
The first episode to feature a guest: Skulls and Scalps, a Native American Libertarian Anarchist. We discuss the treatment of Native Americans by the United States government in both the past and present and how the state continues a silent war against a people it committed brazen genocide against.
A free form episode without any particular topic in mind, the gang discuss the Dallas courthouse shooting and Boogaloo Clyde, rant about the abuse of police dogs and police wives by cops, Crypto, Guns talks about getting a van, Gypsies, E-thots and more!
This episode was sponsored by cheap whiskey and thot bathtub water.
The eMilitia discuss the misconceptions people have about anarchy as a philosophy and the indoctrination the masses receive connecting a word meaning 'A lack of rulers' with 'Chaos'.
Apology for the audio quality.
In the second episode we discuss the liberty/gun community phenomenon that is the boogaloo, the likelihood of a civil war and the reality of increasing gun regulation on Americans.
Are you #BoogalooReady?
The gang's first official assembly, in our first episode we pretend to be intellectuals as we discuss the political compass, the New Zealand mosque shooting, the Non-Agression Principal (NAP), Minarchy versus Anarchy and more!