Possibly one of the best Descriptions of Mallitia's


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Zedicus
January 5, 2004, 08:33 PM
I was surfing around www.keepandbearams.com and found this exelent article basicaly on "What is a Mallita?"

http://www.keepandbeararms.com/information/XcIBViewItem.asp?ID=1541

The Quoted US code Describes it so well and in such a clear manner that I fail to see how anyone can Misinterprate it...

However this other Article Describes what could quite possibly be how/why people manage to still get it wrong.

http://www.keepandbeararms.com/information/XcIBViewItem.asp?ID=836

Personaly I feel that the Mass MisInformation that the Media tend to Spew out plays a Major Role in this.

Here is another quite good article (albet a bit long) that quite bluntly lays a lot out.
http://www.keepandbeararms.com/information/XcIBViewItem.asp?ID=1655

What about you guys & gals?
Know of any other good articles that make it crystal clear that the mallitia is practicaly every citizen in the country?:cool:

Killing Typos resultant of a very Long Day at Work...

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NorthernExtreme
January 5, 2004, 09:28 PM
AWSOM reading. Thanks for the links.

Smoke
January 5, 2004, 09:32 PM
Mallitia?

Is that like a group of Mall Ninjas?

Ian
January 5, 2004, 09:38 PM
Cool article. Relates to some comments I found while researching Chechnya this past summer:

From Idris Dokayev, a leader of a small group of volunteers defending the town of Alkhan Yurt (south of Grozny) in January 1995: You could say that the whole population here is involved in the defence. Every street has provided several groups of four or five volunteers, and they relieve each other on guard duty at the edge of town, at two-hourly intervals, so that someone is on watch the whole time. We worked out among ourselves the times for the reliefs. If they see something suspicious, they fire three shots, and all the armed men in the town will take up position. Of course, there aren't so many, because a lot have gone to defend Grozny, but we could still put up a fight. Behind us, near the crossroads, there is a local staff, made up of men with Soviet military experience. They coordinate what we are doing with the groups in neighboring villages, and pass on intelligence in both directions. There are no formal commanders here. We just work together... As you see, we are not an army. We are just ordinary people defending our homes. What is better, to live a slave all your life or to die like a hero?

From Ramzan Selmirzayev, a Chechen volunteer fighting in Grozny, also in January 1995: There are 20 of us here in my group from Vedeno, all relatives or friends. Each group chooses its own commander, or elder. We chose a man who was a sergeant in the Soviet army, because he obviously knows more about what we do. But I wouldn't say he is our commander, exactly. He doesn't order us to fight, he doesn't need to. We all know why we are fighting, and what for. Our group decides for itself where to fight. We came to Grozny because it is our capital, because this is where we have to fight the Russians, and beat them, let's hope... But of course we listen to the chief commanders. If they said we were desperately needed in Argun, we would go there. On the whole, though, we work things out with the other groups in our area, and we don't have much contact with the high command... This isn't an army. It is the whole Chechen people which is fighting.

El Tejon
January 5, 2004, 09:41 PM
Ian, that's great stuff. Have you seen that video on Chechen guerilla tactics? Interesting, got it at the office if you haven't seen it.

MicroBalrog
January 5, 2004, 09:43 PM
Relates to some comments I found while researching Chechnya this past summer:

Please PM me your opinion.

Mine uninformed one is that it didn't start as a popular war, but the Russians' handling of it has turned it into one.

Ian
January 5, 2004, 09:45 PM
I've heard about it, El T, but never seen it. I'll give you a call when I get back in town. :)

MicroBalrog - Comin' up.

El Tejon
January 5, 2004, 10:01 PM
Oh, yeah, forgot you must be in Red. Give me a buzz.

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