The current MUD Act has been a burden.
While I applaud the intent; it creates an administrative problem for the Ministry of Defence and, quite frankly, is pretty prescriptive.
What do we actually want?
The ideal is for all South Africans to have access to good weapons.
The ideal is for us all to fight for the common cause when its important, but with enough freedom to be ourselves. One voice in crisis.
The ideal is a simple, transparent system that brings us together while recognising our diversity.
I have called for the MUD Act to be withdrawn and replaced with a government sponsored weapons program distributed by the eSAAF. It aims to get weapons into everybody's hands without prejudice, reward active citizens, and allow Private Military Units to supplement their membership's supplies.
The rules are simple:
- first food fights are with government weapons
- government weapons for DoD Orders
- same rules for all
- the rest of your food fights are your own
All that you need do is co-enlist with the eSAAF so that their QM know who to send stuff to. No need to leave your MU, no need to change your uniform.
Let us hope Congress approves and allows us to rebuild Mega-Tank South Africa.
Unity in our diversity.
People driven policy.
Minister of Defence (and a little Offence)
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