"The incident cited above in Portland is really only a problem because of rules for the use of force and rules of engagement. The problem isn’t that Antifa/BLM are enemy forces (they are), but that prosecutors are enemy forces as well in such instances, and the police, who won’t act to stop the acts of violence because they are beholden to the politicians, will follow their orders to the letter and arrest you if a prosecutor says to do it because you defended your property with lethal force.
You see, this is all a problem of RUF/ROE. It was for these guys in Portland, and it will be for you if you attempt to defend your property.
Unless people decide to change them. And that’s what I expect to occur in the future.
Open confrontations in the roadway will cease after the arrest of Kyle Rittenhouse and others, and men standing outside of their businesses with ARs will be replaced by men hiding under Ghillie suits, around the corner, and using stand-off tactics and weapons from 400, 500, or 600 yards away, or even further.
This article is posed merely for analysis purposes and as a thought-experiment. It outlines not what I recommend, nor what I wish to see occur, but what I strongly suspect will occur.
Good men, home owners, fathers who want to protect their families, and business owners, are progressively being backed into a corner. I suspect they will not allow themselves to be put into a position of no escape from that corner. At that point, the Antifa/BLM project becomes very dangerous for everyone involved."
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