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Maine Sons of Liberty

Members: 22
Latest Activity: Nov 19, 2019

Sons Of Liberty is a NON-violent, law abiding gathering of like minded Patriots. We stand united AGAINST ANY acts of violence or illegal activity The Sons of Liberty Riders does not endorse or tolerate radical, extreme, violent or racial postings. There are sites on the Internet where these beliefs are welcome; this is not one of them.


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How to organize 5 Replies

Started by Paula Michaud. Last reply by ToMang07 Nov 1, 2011.

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Started by luke morgan. Last reply by luke morgan Jul 25, 2011.

Operation Can You Hear Us Now 2 Replies

Started by Claire Bartlett. Last reply by Claire Bartlett Oct 2, 2009.

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Comment by Sarah on December 1, 2010 at 9:44pm
29/11/2010 Army Pvt. Buddy McLain from Rumford Maine and five others were shot and killed in Afghanistan by the very citizens they were training to defend their own borders. R.I.P.Buddy...BRING THEM HOME.
Comment by Mark J Warren on August 27, 2010 at 11:30am
I am the Founder of Homes for Homeless Vets of Maine

We are a nonprofit incorporated under the laws of the state of Maine.

We have filed for a 501-(c)(3) classification with the IRS.

Please visit and provide feedback to assist me in making it something that can truly help our Veterans in need.

http://www.homesforhomelessvets.org
Comment by Mark J Warren on August 24, 2010 at 9:39pm
Hello Maine

Small group as of yet I see. That will change with time.
Comment by Scott on July 9, 2010 at 10:25pm
Don't be sorry, keep ranting until you can't rant anymore, thats what we need, keep making your voice heard, we all need to do the same.
To steal a line: "This war will not be fought on the frontier or on some distant battlefield, but amongst us, among our homes, our children will learn of it with their own eyes, and the innocent will die along with the rest of us". We all need to stand and speak up, whatever we can do to avoid that.
Comment by Scott on July 8, 2010 at 11:07am
How long has this group been in existence? Our militia's been around for the last 3 years, however it was an exclusive group until this year, I took over and made it open to all Maine citizens. We've gotten a few people on our website thinking we were you and thats when I decided to look you up. I'd be happy to put a link to this page on our sites if you wish, I figure the more people we can get over here to help you guys spread ur message the less chance that we'll ever have to be called on to protect our rights through force, which is something none of us want. With the media doing their damnedest to paint us as racists, terrorists, and threats to national security(which is a pile of BS) your Sons of Liberty may have an easier time recruiting than our Sons of Liberty.
Comment by keith on July 8, 2010 at 10:45am
This is why I belong to both organizations
Comment by Scott on July 8, 2010 at 10:34am
@Keith Amen to that brother!
Comment by keith on July 8, 2010 at 9:25am
Now is the time we all have to band together
Comment by Scott on July 7, 2010 at 10:12pm
Greetings from The Maine Sons of Liberty (Militia) We don't wear leather or ride motorcycles, we wear camo and carry rifles. Despite popular opinion we share the same beliefs you do, we just choose to be ready if peaceful protest fails, god willing it won't fail. We are based out of Sanford ME, feel free to check out our websites:
http://www.unitedmilitiasofmaine.webs.com
http://www.mainesonsofliberty.webs.com
"Qui Desiderat Pacem Preparaet Bellum"
(Let Him Who Desires Peace Prepare for War)
Comment by Sarah on April 8, 2010 at 9:20am
Well, looks like I'm going to have to try some new recruting techniques. Mainers realy need to stand up and be noticed/heard. This is rather disapointing. Only 4 members. Wish me luck! My goal is 100.
 

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