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Crime is a  topic that everyone must have witnessed something " out the box "  in recent history , and if not it is good to know what is going on before it gets to your area ---There is so much going on right now that is much worst , but this case to me tells the story of the real problem , it is not the criminals , it is the court system letting them get away with it 

 

A 15 year old of New Orleans went on a 10 hour crime spree , these are just some of the charges they have him with so far , more charges are pending once they unravel all the details  :

3 -counts of armed robbery 

2- counts of kidnapping

1-count of aggravated battery

1-count of armed carjacking 

 

 These kids are hardened criminals ,  a teenager with 60  prior  counts ( which is uncalled for ) , who was released two days before his crime spree  , total failure of the system , the courts in New Orleans has not had a jury trail since the pandemic started and is heavily back logged and they are emptying the jails  in the name of Corvid , over crowding and racism -------- 

 

 New Orleans has a democratic mayor who has made some decisions during the pandemic , no one can be that foolish over and over , makes me think this  chaos is planned and  all part of  a plan-demic , almost every day now they are organizing council meetings ,  marches and rallies demanding  to stop the gun violence by removing guns from the community  , as they  blame it all on the gun >>> I  think the reason they let this crime wave happen ,  is so they can make a reason to take the gun away from people who own a gun legally  to protect themselves and their  property , all while defunding and tying the hands behind the backs of the police , seems they are tying to create the problem  ---- seems to me they are  aiding and abetting  the criminals and feel we are in for some very ruff times coming , when the shortages which are inevitable  start getting really bad ---- hearing rumors of a partial monetary crash coming soon as next week , think that will be throwing gasoline on a fire ,  more robberies , car jacking and burglaries 

 

 

 

 

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pulling from your thread Fish...the word that comes to mind is "practiced".

Badly behaving people have now had plenty of practice in how to quickly get the word out , that there is a protest, riot, loot party going down.

they have learned how to be like water. Cops are standing there holding the line at city hall, the looters scramble to the other side of the city to loot.

Singles know to sneak up and sucker punch old men, ladies, smaller victims.

Prior convicteds know to try to talk their way out, and then break and run, from LEOs attempting to detain.

and now, blatant attacks on cops, on asians, etc. ..somehow justified in their mind that it's ok.

Political leaders at all levels of govt, sending signals that all of this is understandable and will be tolerated in every possible way, including shutting down businesses, punishing police, demanding money from "the oppressors", yeah....country has been on a fever pitch..and that's been while the economy has been good, cash flowing, work to be had, food and fuel prices low.

Covid control has wearied us. We are not prepared for what may lie ahead in terms of maintaining our life styles, keeping the nation going.

 

but those that have "enjoyed" the past 2 years of self justified violence and crime, are more prepared, more practiced, and they are at our door.

 

 

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Fish, Baton Rouge is on a roll to with crime black mayor,black police chief both democrats.I go there very little these days.Baton Rouge and New Orleans are Sh$t Holes....We in for a rough ride under this administration.And you got that right they want our guns.I never carried a gun before but for the last year when i leave home so does my 9mm.Don't feel safe without it,wife also carries a 9mm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Teenagers have figured out that they can pretty much do whatever they want, and they'll be turned back out on the streets in short order.  They're old enough to rob, maim, and kill, but too young to be held accountable for their actions, according to our "leaders".

 

It worst in the cities.  Some things never change. 

 
“When we get piled upon one another in large cities, as in Europe, we shall become corrupt as in Europe.”  Thomas Jefferson
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I like that Jefferson quote..scary, but I like it.

 

I think I probably already mentioned , but I did toss some cash out recently for a higher capacity carry pistol option.

 

my normal world daily is a colt 380...6 rds in hand. Enough to get a bad guy to change his mind, but not much on hand for a full on fight, larger group, gang shootin  up the grocery parking lot etc.

 

and that, sadly is where some areas are.  My small town, any small town, can be just one media frenzy cop shoots thug moment away from us being the next night's viewing on CNN.

I've had good luck with my full size Sig M17..21 rd mags standard for that gun. But I migrated the FCU (the actual gun) out of it's pistol grip and over to a Flux Defense PDA platform for a really rainy zombie day.

so , to be able to share common mags and manual of arms, I decided to grab the M18.

 

makes for a nice set and with a spare mag in pocket, I'm walking with 42rds of 9mm instead of 12/380, or even in 45acp from my kimber ultra.

That's the last of my fun money, but really , the tool box is well outfitted at this point, and with my lifestyle more retired , I hope to have less risk than in my days of national concerts and late night loadouts in the big city.

 

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when the vice president, promotes letting criminals out of jail. to continue on committing crime, a strong signal is sent, to commit more crime.

i'd like to know, what happened to that kid that shot, criminals, that were going to take his gun,,.. he should get a medal.

they still play the nov. 6th card. the only person that died, was unarmed, shot by a WH cop. granted, other people died. it wasnt from nov. 6th... the narrative of choice is being pushed, the facts aint..

An invite from Nancy,, to lower the guard.. The WH, could, an should of been better protected.

Wonder if the fence is still up, for the socialist, and the fascist, NOT, its for people that dont want this type of Gov. Keep Freedom seekers, away from Washington DC.

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I live south of Louisville, Ky. and there have been 80 murders there already.  It's the most murders in this period of time ever.  They have been driving down the expressways shooting at people for no reason at all.  The community organizers and politicians are all saying that it's all because of poverty.  I call bull crap on that one.  There are other places in my state that have lots of poverty but not nearly the violent crimes.  Last year when the Louisville violence was so bad they would arrest a few people but then drop the charges and turn them loose a couple hours later.  There is absolutely no accountability and the politicians have groomed this type behavior.

 

What happened Jan. 6th was bad and people need to be punished but not as severely as they are.  The people that just walked in and didn't harm anything needed probation at most.  My son went to school with one of the people who went inside the capitol and I think he's still in jail.  My son said he's a good guy but just got caught up in the moment.  The BLM/Antifa guy who went inside was inciting violence that was caught on tape and they released him a few days later.

 

It's getting close to the point that it's a crime just to be white.      

 

Map of Louisville's 2021 homicides shows 'huge, complex problem' | Crime Reports | wdrb.com

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12 hours ago, RubiDan said:

I live south of Louisville, Ky. and there have been 80 murders there already.  It's the most murders in this period of time ever.  They have been driving down the expressways shooting at people for no reason at all.  The community organizers and politicians are all saying that it's all because of poverty.  I call bull crap on that one.  There are other places in my state that have lots of poverty but not nearly the violent crimes.  Last year when the Louisville violence was so bad they would arrest a few people but then drop the charges and turn them loose a couple hours later.  There is absolutely no accountability and the politicians have groomed this type behavior.

 

What happened Jan. 6th was bad and people need to be punished but not as severely as they are.  The people that just walked in and didn't harm anything needed probation at most.  My son went to school with one of the people who went inside the capitol and I think he's still in jail.  My son said he's a good guy but just got caught up in the moment.  The BLM/Antifa guy who went inside was inciting violence that was caught on tape and they released him a few days later.

 

It's getting close to the point that it's a crime just to be white.      

 

Map of Louisville's 2021 homicides shows 'huge, complex problem' | Crime Reports | wdrb.com

 

I don't think there should be any consequences for those who marched to in into the Capitol on Jan 6th.  That was a public building, and is owned by the people.  They didn't knock the doors down, they were allowed to walk in through the doors. 

 

The slimebags were all evacuated, and even had they not been, this was merely a "Remember you are accountable to the people" message to the politicians. 

 

If this were an "attack" as it has been portrayed by the statists, the people would have been armed to the teeth, and shot their way in, and there would have been no stopping them. 

 

The politicians were reminded that they should fear the people, and they didn't like that message.

 

Clown world we live in.

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there definitely is an elitist mindset to much of the government these days.

They will gladly shut down those that disagree  and they freak out when they are questioned and challenged.

 

the state of fencing/wire/and uniformed enforcement that currently entrenches my MY nations capitol...yeah..tells me everything I need to know.

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Crazy stuff is going on no doubt.  I read that the military can’t arrest a senator or representative.  Also read that 4,000 national guard were deputized as US Marshall’s , who do have the authority to arrest congressman and congresswomen. Also read the military has been doing an investigation into the election and other things since the Insurrection Act was signed.  Also seen a recent video where the Trumpster said he is going to be back in the White House in August.   Things might get interesting in the next couple of months.  

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I guess I'm aging out, or maybe it's the covid lockdown and all my time remote, or the fact that the world has gotten a bit uglier this past couple years.

 

but I find myself ready to be home by dark-thirty.

I'm grateful to have sold my biz a couple years back..never mind the wreck covid would have made of things, but I no longer have a desire to be out doing concert stages in large public and late night situations.

Corporate america is starting to recall employees into office.. looks like mine will want me in sometime in July.

retirement , something I had not planned to do for another 5 -7 years, is starting to be something to give more thought to.

options to leave the big corp IT ratrace and look at other ways to make money, albeit less $,  is actually on my radar.

 

all this to say, I tend to shop, and be out and about earlier, and my small carry pistol of many years, has a recent big brother purchase, that while I've not holstered up yet, I wanted to have on hand a the year gets crazier.

 

last 4 years, the fad was to hate trump...and there was plenty of bad behavior on the street as a result.  But when the rabble realizes that their great liberal leadership is betraying them...oh boy..party on Wayne!

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On 6/10/2021 at 10:35 AM, jeepwm69 said:

 

I don't think there should be any consequences for those who marched to in into the Capitol on Jan 6th.  That was a public building, and is owned by the people.  They didn't knock the doors down, they were allowed to walk in through the doors. 

 

The slimebags were all evacuated, and even had they not been, this was merely a "Remember you are accountable to the people" message to the politicians. 

 

If this were an "attack" as it has been portrayed by the statists, the people would have been armed to the teeth, and shot their way in, and there would have been no stopping them. 

 

The politicians were reminded that they should fear the people, and they didn't like that message.

 

Clown world we live in.

i think charges should be brought, for shooting a defenseless person. only works one way..  plenty of fair warning, to mount up an be prepared. cept Nancy didnt want defense.

just make a show.. invites into congress, if there is such a thing, then turn on them. invent a new story.  all ya got to do is look at the people living on the sidewalk, in her district to know whats in store for the rest of us..

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