It says that they (Australia or Thailand? It can't make its mind up which lie it wants to go with) have a "well regulated malitia."
What is the difference between a malitia and a militia? Based on the context it provides, the malitia must mean a standing army, an arm of the government, a force for those in charge. While informed folks know that the militia is composed of the People and is a force for those who should be in charge!
Oh, BTW, it has no idea of what "well regulated" means when used by the Framers. I betcha it thinks it means "has lotsa rules."
Aussies are notoriously poor spellers - and this one is so intellectually bankrupt he probably just drools on his keyboard. :uhoh: Pax...