For me the following story is just another example of why the FEMA camps are surrounded by guard towers and barbed wire that faces IN, and who those camps are going to be filled with.
Marc Salvo of shtfplan.com writes about how more and more Americans across the country have become impoverished by rising costs for essential goods, falling wages, job losses, and an unraveling social safety net. Those with nothing left to lose are becoming more daring, more aggressive and more ruthless.
Nowhere is this as apparent than in the cities of Chicago, where police have compared the explosion in violence to a tribal warfare akin to what we’ve seen in Iraq or Afghanistan, and Detroit, Michigan, where acres upon acres of dilapidated homes have been razed and police have simply stopped responding to emergency calls in certain areas. Both the actions of the so called "economically desperate" and of the police are inexcusable. And a real barometer of just how close to total collapse we are. And I do not write that easily.
Mark wrote "We are living in a society where legislation and law enforcement have been aimed squarely at law abiding Americans while criminals are allowed to do as they please. As criminals realize they can indiscriminately pillage and attack innocents without being held to account under existing laws, we can fully expect this trend to spread to currently peaceful neighborhoods. At some point the violence will simply overwhelm local police departments.
At that point, it’ll be up to each individual American to look out for themselves and their families. Or, things will get so bad that the government will announce ‘temporary’ local, state or national emergencies, declare martial law and deploy military personnel on the streets of America in response to the disturbances and rampant crime waves."