In 2008, the first black president was elected in the United States, and the worst financial crisis in almost a century brought the world's economy to its knees. Since then, a form of domestic terror has been on the rise in America and abroad. But it's not the kind of terror we're used to hearing about.
Militia groups and neo-nationalists here and around the world have been growing bolder, more popular, and more powerful. VICE's Ben Makuch investigates the origins of these militia groups and explores the driving force behind the militia movement today. In order to do so, he travels to the place where it all began: the Michigan State militias.