Boarding up your buisiness
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Started by wglassfo - Oct. 31, 2020, 11:24 a.m.

There is something sad about seeing so many shops and buildings boarding up in anticipation of riots etc.

In the old west people carried fire arms for protection and people were killed, defending their property

Thankfully that era is gone but now a new era has arrived. Will wood protect a determined attacker with days, weeks to prepare. Wood burns although some are using metal, but the common defense is wood barriers

Regardless, IMHO law and order will have to follow the same destiny as the west did many yrs ago

Criminals will have to be arrested and Federal agents will have to do the law and order enforcement

Until we have Federal enforcement, I am afraid we are in trouble

And who says this unrest won't come to Canada. Europe is having a law and order crisis. Any country is vulnerable and a possible target. Does Antifa or riots respect borders. I doubt it very much. And who is funding these people???

Very troubling, to think this can and is, happening to any country

By mcfarm - Oct. 31, 2020, 3:54 p.m.
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damn right we are in trouble....notice how all the ones ok with the riots, looting and close downs are drawing a weekly gov salary and never miss a payday

By GunterK - Nov. 1, 2020, 12:30 a.m.
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Saks 5th AVe in Beverly Hills already boarded up, in case Trump wins.

This weekend, a Trump rally in Beverly Hills was confronted (and attacked) by an Antifa/BLM mob