The American Civil Defense (ACD) is a citizen-managed, volunteer-staffed organization, separate from emergency responders or auxiliary law enforcement, dedicated to the protection of citizen rights as outlined in the United States Constitution and The Bill of Rights.
An example of this crucial need is the influx of uncontrolled illegal immigration, domestic radical jihad, the attempted implementation of “Sharia Law,” and physical assaults upon our defenseless citizenry.
The cascade of social modeling failures and the lack/inability of state and local officials to maintain a safe state has necessitated the citizens of the United States to take a responsible stance and ensure their own safety and continuance of harmony.
The ACD holds no prejudice for racial, gender identity, religious belief or political affiliation, unless it is aggressively contrary to the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights. Civil defense is a difficult yet worthy endeavor, and will take patriotic fervor, dedication, loyalty, honesty, and comradery.
A country’s population is more valuable than all of its land, factories, and assets that it possesses. The ACD will ensure that the people are in control of their own destiny; actively preparing and demonstrating at state and local levels may help to achieve this.
The ACD will be tasked with responding to attacks upon the non-combatant population of the United States.
The ACD will refer to the United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the “Golden Rule” as its guide and code of conduct.
My position as an American Civil Defense Warden will have within it a note of sympathy for common humanity. My dealings with American citizenry, personal ambitions and relations shall always cause me to take into consideration my highest duties as a member of American society. In every position in ACD, in every responsibility that comes before me, my chief thought shall be to fill that responsibility and discharge that duty so when I have ended each of them I shall have lifted the level of human ideas and achievements and protected the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
As a Warden, it is my duty: To consider my position worthy, and as affording me distinct opportunity to serve American society. To improve myself, increase my usefulness, and by so doing attest my faith in the fundamental principles of American society,
To realize that I am an American gentleman and have ambitions to succeed, but that I am first an ethical man, and wish no success that is not founded on the principle of the United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights and morality.
To use my best endeavor to elevate the standards of the position I hold, and any endeavor I am engaged, and so to conduct my affairs that others around me find wise, profitable and conducive to happiness and harmony; to emulate my example
There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must do it because conscience tells him it is right.