Rioting in London is the USA Prepared
Hawaii ––(Ammoland.com)-Over the past couple of days people have watched as London has been ripped apart by rioters.
While we are used to seeing so called ‘third-world’ countries riot (i.e., Egypt), we are not used to seeing large scale riots in more developed areas.
It’s important that we explain to the non-believers riots still happen, and have happened many times.
In past few years the largest outbreaks have been in response to police shootings of minorities. Well, as things get worse in our economy, our unemployment, and with a loans and interests rates, riots not related to police shootings are even more likely to occur. In fact, earlier in 2011, there was speculation that the United States might riot over food. People will only go hungry for so long (great reason to store some food!).
I wanted [you to watch the video above] to lead into this and allow you to see some of the destruction. Do you think that the events here are NOT able to happen in the U.S., or even Honolulu?
If so — what makes us so different. The background of this riot sounds strikingly similar to the culture and setup of our own society.
What could have stopped some of this? I will get into that in the next post.
About the Author
Christopher Baker, is the owner and operator of http://hawaiiccw.com. He is a Criminal Justice Student and University of Maryland University College; also he is a Life member of the Second Amendment Foundation, a Life member with the National Rifle Association, and a member of the Hawaii Rifle Association. Any questions please feel free to contact him at [email protected] .
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