Tuesday, October 25, 2011

2011 National Gang Threat Assessment – Emerging Trends

The FBI estimates there are 1.4 million gang members in the USA today, supporting 33,000 organized gangs. Thats equal to about 120 Army Divisions
from a hostile army invading the US. When TSHTF are you and your small circle of trusted associates going to be able to fight off even one of these gangs? Not likely unless you have planned and organized well in advance. And how many times can you succeed? Can You keep it up for the long term, likely years? Have you trained and prepared better than they have?
I personally am going to have a hard time telling people who were average citizens who failed to heed the warnings, to keep moving and don't come back, when they show up expecting me to share my home and security with them, but thats what I will do to protect myself and family. After the dust settles and most of the MZBs (and unprepared citizens) are dead, we will start aligning with other prepper groups and rebuild our community.
If that sounds too grim for

you to even comprehend then you are one of the "unprepared citizens" I am refering to.
Its coming folks, alot sooner than anyone realized.
Graviora Manent Semper Paratus

"Gangs encourage members, associates, and relatives to obtain law enforcement, judiciary, or legal employment in order to gather information on rival gangs and law enforcement operations. Gang infiltration of the military continues to pose a significant criminal threat, as members of at least 53 gangs have been identified on both domestic and international military installations. Gang members who learn advanced weaponry and combat techniques in the military are at risk of employing these skills on the street when they return to their communities.
Gang members are acquiring high-powered, military-style weapons and equipment which poses a significant threat because of the potential to engage in lethal encounters with law enforcement officers and civilians. Typically firearms are acquired through illegal purchases; straw purchases via surrogates or middle-men, and thefts from individuals, vehicles, residences and commercial establishments. Gang members also target military and law enforcement officials, facilities, and vehicles to obtain weapons, ammunition, body armor, police gear, badges, uniforms, and official identification. "

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