Oct 152019
 

We’ve recruited on here in the past and met some great people but it hasn’t worked out for a variety of reasons.

I’m interested in two things:

  1. Meeting representatives of other functional groups around Colorado.  I’d love to setup some semi-regular coffee talks to compare notes and get to know each other.  Regardless of what part of the state you’re in, there’s a good chance I could refer people to you, but I have to first know what kind of people you’re looking for.  A basic radio network would be useful as well.  Coffee is good, networking is almost as good.
  2. Meeting people interested in joining our group specifically – one that actually works together (shooting, ham radio, hiking…).  If you want to learn more about becoming a member of our group, we require a willingness to learn basic security techniques with us, our way (or even better, if you have a lot of experience with this, to TEACH us), basic security equipment, 6 months of food storage, and various other odds-and-ins as we’ve laid them out.  Email me at johnhartnj at outlook dot com for more info.  If you feel like you have no skills whatsoever, which I’m sure isn’t true, but you can afford your own gear and you honestly want to learn and have fun, we’ll take care of you.  We do have some pistol/rifle/physical fitness qualification standards and we’re here to help you pass them… but you also have to want it.  The standards aren’t difficult unless you have no experience at all or have extreme physical limitations.

I’m not anti-government, we aren’t a militia, and I have little interest in yet another meeting about bug-out bags.  But we do need to take this seriously.  We meet regularly and our on-boarding process is fairly lengthy.  Our location is south of the greater Denver metro area, off the beaten path; the details are private but we offer some/many advantages to staying in the city.  We aren’t a commune, we aren’t selling chunks of our land, and your stuff will forever be your stuff.

My wife tells me that trying to recruit good people from the internet is futile and maybe she’s right.  But here I am.  You have to want to assimilate into the clan and that means building frith and kinship; without that, there is no group.  Best of luck to you all, and I sincerely hope all of you can find a good group to join or have success starting your own.  And I hope none of us ever needs to actually use anything relevant to any of this.

Feb 262017
 

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If interested in being part of a Mutual Assistance Group in the SW MO area, contact mo[dot]woods55[at]gmail[dot]com.  Thanks.

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Sep 012016
 

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hi-

I’m looking to either start an urban preparedness group, or join up with one that already exists, for the purposes of learning and training together, developing plans, sharing information, and finding useful people.

 

I I have some basic skills but I have not been preparing long, but I’m looking to learn as much as I can and help others learn too. I’m resourceful and can fix anything, have some building skills, firearms, minor medical knowledge, in decent shape. Most importantly I come with a strong will to survive and a positive attitude that we can make it through anything if we stay strong and willing.

 

Im not all that fervently religious (though I’m not against religion in any way) and I’m definitely not interested in getting into a fight with the feds–so if those are your main angles, more power to ya but I’m not interested.

 

This is is kind of a shot in the dark. I’m really not expecting there to be any people inside the city of Minneapolis with a preparedness mindset. But you never know.

 

Reply lay on here and we will go from there. Thank you!