As Slavo reported in the first two sentences in that story, "There will be war in the streets of America. Things have been engineered that way." And while Posse Comitatus is supposed to keep the US military off the streets of America, Slavo also warned within his story:
The scenarios are many, the issues are complex. The current anger from the left, who are violently protesting against President Trump, is just one aspect of it.
But the Pentagon and the U.S. national security structure is increasingly looking towards the shifting demographics around the globe – people have moved from rural areas, and shifted into cities. Where ever conflict stirs, there will be a need for military and SWAT response to the call. Entire cities will be locked down; door to door sweeps will often have violent ends.
Baghdad could be brought home to the streets of America, and the military already knows it.
As the Zero Hedge story reports, a huge portion of crime and homicides in both Baltimore and Chicago continue to come from many of the same neighborhoods year after year, as also seen in the graphic of Baltimore above.
While there was recently talks about the possibility of bringing the United Nations into Chicago to help them deal with their murder spree, back in August of 2016, then candidate Donald Trump departed from a scripted speech to claim that US inner cities, almost all run by Democrats, are more dangerous than war zones. And while Trump took some heat for those remarks, they've largely been proven true with what is now happening in Chicago and Baltimore.
As Ken Jorgustin reported over at Modern Survival Blog back on June 15th, population density is directly related, associated and proportional to political party affiliation and as we see in the statistics below, once again, President Trump was right on the money.
When tightly packed humans live shoulder-to-shoulder in a geographically small area, their political outlook and ideals are often very different from other humans who live in places with more “breathing room” – places where they’re not constantly bumping into each other.
I came across a very interesting statistic and visualization which presents a stark, blunt, and outright undeniable reality that we are divided here in America not only by our political ideals, but by geographical regions. There literally are lines in the sand. When you cross from one side to the other, you are entering a different political world…
If it wasn't already bad enough that the state of California is imploding upon itself with a massive unpaid state debt due in part to expenditures upon illegal aliens reaching more than $23 billion, as we see in the 1st video below, large parts of the city of Los Angeles have been turned into a massive homeless camp and keep in mind, that video was recorded on Christmas Day.
As this Daily Mail story about the video reports, more than 20,000 people live on the streets in the Los Angeles area and if what has been happening in Venezuela over the past several years doesn't teach Americans a lesson about the dangers of socialism, what is now happening on the streets of Los Angeles should.
According to many experienced preppers, 'population density' is one of the most important criteria to factor in when we decide where we want to live or choose our bugout location to be. Simply put, the less people competing for food and other resources is generally the better. And as we've seen in the amazing statistics compiled by the Modern Survival Blog above, the big cities are hording grounds for unhinged liberals, many of whom believe their most important survival tool is their cell phones.
And like anybody paying attention must see, the big cities across America have long been falling apart with 'rejuvenation programs' such as the rebuilding of Baltimore's Inner Harbor decades ago not benefitting the poor communities one bit.
In closing we take a look at an excerpt from a recent Daily Cougar story which compares the violence in US cities to the violence soldiers face in the Middle East and they ask a grea question within it, where is the news coverage? While the msm in America would rather focus upon a fake 'Russia-narrative', they refuse to report upon the death traps being run by Democrats unless a LEO kills somebody. From the Daily Cougar story.:
With the stress that comes with war, it’s a shame people don’t properly discuss what the mind goes through and how it changes. It’s no surprise that anxiety, PTSD and depression rise during wartime. NBC News reports that 1 in 8 returning soldiers suffer from PTSD.
But there is another war going on that’s not in the Middle East. This war hardly gets news coverage, and it’s happening in America’s major cities. Dangerous living situations and crime are regular facts of life.
Where is the coverage?
The fact is reporters are too scared to go into certain neighborhoods. In cities like Oakland, Philadelphia, Compton, Atlanta and even Houston, it’s “too dangerous.” The concept of America not being as secure as we would like to think is not conducive to the state of society.