The rising tide of violence spreads across the United States.
As more and more residents fall victims in the American cities, the government doesn't seem to protect its citizens.
Over Memorial Day weekend, 29 people were shot in Baltimore and 55 people were shot in Chicago.
According to the FBI, the number of police officers "feloniously killed" in the line of duty rose by an astounding 89 percent in 2014. We live at a time when Americans are becoming extremely angry and extremely frustrated, and this is only going to intensify as economic conditions worsen.
As much as 96 percent of all Americans are reported to expect more civil unrest in America this summer.
Overall, this past month has been the deadliest month for Baltimore in 15 years.
Things are even worse in the city of Chicago, where about 150,000 gang members live now.
Urban unrest expert Dr. Max Herman says that the United States is on the "cusp" of a wave of domestic disorder and that the country will see more race riots.
Herman, Assistant Professor of Sociology at New Jersey City University, told that the economic downturn, in addition to incidents of police brutality, have provided fertile conditions for civil unrest.
Barack Obama's decision to leave the southern border virtually unguarded has resulted in a massive flood of illegal immigrants coming into this country. As a result, violent gangs that have roots in Central America and South America have mushroomed in size. So now major cities far from the border such as Charlotte, North Carolina are being absolutely terrorized by these gangs.
The Americans meanwhile prepare their neighbourhoods to the coming chaos. That means making their homes and family as unattractive a target to potential criminals as possible. While most Americans are completely dependent on the jobs that they currently have, those disposing of major wealth either install safe rooms or move to the remote islands.
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