As a General Rule, Crowds are BAD

From the Archives, 2018

At a car show recently held in Victoria Texas, a drunk paroled felon who had been locked up for (wait for it) D.W.I, drove his car into a crowd of people, killing a 65 year old man.

This type of threat where a vehicle is used as the weapon, has become common place in the last few years, as witnessed in the Bastille Day Attack in Nice, France in 2016 , the Hudson River Park Bike Path Attack in New York in 2017 and most recently the Yonge Street Van Attack in Toronto Canada.

Regardless of the motive of the attacker whether it be islamic terrorism or a delusional drunk moron, the end result is the same: Mass carnage.

As John Farnam points out in his recent quip, words like “security”, “protection” and “safety” are words that exist only in the vocabulary of sheeple. It is no longer realistic for the armed civilian to assume any of these things EXIST when you go out in public.

In fact, when you start looking at all of the mass casualty attacks worldwide just in the past five years, the old adage of “there is safety in numbers” is proven a severe falsehood.

In the 21st Century, people gathering in large crowds must now be considered a serious liability to the martial citizen. Apart from vehicle attacks, just look at what happened with the Las Vegas shooting.

The bottom line is this: The only “security” that exist in venues like this is what you, the ARMED citizen create for yourself and your tribe.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!