I keep hearing that diversity is our strength, but reading the FBIs 2011 national Gang Threat Assessment, I have my doubts. For instance, we’ve all heard about the Crips, Bloods and Latin Kings, but how about:
“Asian gangs, historically limited to regions with large
Asian populations, are expanding throughout communities
nationwide. Although often considered street gangs,
Asian gangs operate similar to Asian Criminal Enterprises
with a more structured organization and hierarchy.
They are not turf-oriented like most African-American
and Hispanic street gangs and typically maintain a low
profile to avoid law enforcement scrutiny. Asian gang
members are known to prey on their own race and often
develop a relationship with their victims before victimizing
them.5 Law enforcement officials have limited knowledge
of Asian gangs and often have difficulty penetrating
these gangs because of language barriers and gang
distrust of non-Asians”
“Somali gang presence has increased in several cities
throughout the United States. Somali gangs are
most prevalent in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota;
San Diego, California; and Seattle, Washington areas,
primarily as a result of proximity to the Mexican and
Canadian borders, according to ICE, NGIC, and law enforcement
reporting. Somali gang activity has also been
reported in other cities throughout the United States
such as Nashville, Tennessee; Clarkston, Georgia; Columbus,
Ohio; East Brunswick, New Jersey; and Tucson,
Arizona. Unlike most traditional street gangs, Somali
gangs tend to align and adopt gang names based onclan or tribe, although a few have joined national gangs
such as the Crips and Bloods.
NGIC reporting indicates that East African gangs
are present in at least 30 jurisdictions, including
those in California, Georgia, Minnesota, Ohio,
Texas, Virginia, and Washington.
Somalian gangs are involved in drug and weapons trafficking,
human trafficking, credit card fraud, prostitution,
and violent crime. Homicides involving Somali victims are
often the result of clan feuds between gang members.
Sex trafficking of females across jurisdictional and state
borders for the purpose of prostitution is also a growing
trend among Somalian gangs.”
“Sudanese gangs in the United States have been expanding
since 2003 and have been reported in Iowa,
Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota,
and Tennessee. Some Sudanese gang members have
weapons and tactical knowledge from their involvement
in conflicts in their native country.”
The Trinitarios, the most rapidly-expanding Caribbean
gang and the largest Dominican gang, are a violent
prison gang with members operating on the street. The
Trinitarios are involved in homicide, violent assaults,
robbery, theft, home invasions, and street-level drug
distribution. Although predominate in New York and
New Jersey, the Trinitarios have expanded to communities
throughout the eastern United States, including
Georgia, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Rhode
Island. Dominicans Don’t Play (DDP), the second largest
Dominican gang based in Bronx, New York, are known
for their violent machete attacks and drug trafficking
activities in Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, New York,
Haitian gangs, such as the Florida-based Zoe Pound,
have proliferated in many states primarily along the
East Coast in recent years according to NGIC reporting.
According to NGIC reporting, Haitian gangs are present
in Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland,
Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina,
South Carolina, and Texas.”
Traditional Jamaican gangs operating in the United States
are generally unsophisticated and lack a significant hierarchical
structure, unlike gangs in Jamaica. Many active
Jamaican gangs operating in the United States maintain
ties to larger criminal organizations and gangs in Jamaica,
such as the Shower Posse or the Spangler Posse.
Jamaican gang members in the United States engage in
drug and weapons trafficking.”
All these groups are based on an immigrant ethnicity, they aren’t interested in assimilating and getting a college degree and a job. They’re tribal “warriors” continuing the dysfunctional third world culture they came from. Its not racism or colonialism keeping these countries from joining the developed world, those countries don’t work because of the people in them.
Some of these countries are so cartoonishly violent that PTSD must be common.
So, how is bringing more dysfunctional foreigners to America and letting them vote going to strengthen our country?
Lest you think me merely racist, here are some stats on Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs, the only mostly non-hispanic white gangs in the US:
As of the 2011 Gang threat Assessment, there are a total of 1.4 million gang members and 33,000 gangs.
“Law enforcement reporting indicates a significant
increase in OMGs in a number of jurisdictions,
with approximately 44,000 members nationwide
comprising approximately 3,000 gangs.c”
OMGs comprise about 3% of all gang members in the US where white people are 72% of the total population. Whites are severely underrepresented in violent crime.
More disturbingly, for us as well as for Diane Feinstein, the FBI says:
“• Gangs encourage members, associates, and
relatives to obtain law enforcement, judiciary, or
legal employment in order to gather information
on rival gangs and law enforcement operations.
Gang infiltration of the military continues to pose
a significant criminal threat, as members of at
least 53 gangs have been identified on both
domestic and international military installations.
Gang members who learn advanced weaponry
and combat techniques in the military are at risk
of employing these skills on the street when they
return to their communities.
• Gang members are acquiring high-powered,
military-style weapons and equipment which
poses a significant threat because of the potential
to engage in lethal encounters with law
enforcement officers and civilians. Typically
firearms are acquired through illegal purchases;
straw purchases via surrogates or middle-men,
and thefts from individuals, vehicles, residences
and commercial establishments. Gang members
also target military and law enforcement officials,
facilities, and vehicles to obtain weapons, ammunition,
body armor, police gear, badges, uniforms,
and official identification.”
Firearms are obtained through illegal purchases or stolen from .mil and LE. Feinstein, you’ll have to disarm the government, too, if you want to get guns off the street, but
“US-based gangs have established strong working
relationships with Central American and
MDTOs to perpetrate illicit cross-border activity,
as well as with some organized crime groups in
some regions of the United States. US-based
gangs and MDTOs are establishing wide-reaching
drug networks; assisting in the smuggling of
drugs, weapons, and illegal immigrants along the
Southwest Border; and serving as enforcers for
MDTO interests on the US side of the border”
Where there’s a will, there’s a way.
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Lets move on to Mexican drug cartels. La Familia Michoacana is the big one in NC. These groups are something else.
On September 29, 2009, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police arrested previously deported illegal alien, Ruben Garcia-Rosario, 25. He was charged with two counts of attempted first-degree kidnapping, felony conspiracy, carrying a concealed weapon, and driving without a license.
“Target communities often have an existing Hispanic population and a nearby interstate for ferrying drugs and money to and fro, said author Charles Bowden, whose books on the Mexican drug war include “Murder City: Ciudad Juarez and the Global Economy’s New Killing Fields.”
How big of a business is it?
“Wachovia admitted it didn’t do enough to spot illicit funds in handling $378.4 billion for Mexican-currency-exchange houses from 2004 to 2007. That’s the largest violation of the Bank Secrecy Act, an anti-money-laundering law, in U.S. history — a sum equal to one-third of Mexico’s current gross domestic product.
“Wachovia’s blatant disregard for our banking laws gave international cocaine cartels a virtual carte blanche to finance their operations,” says Jeffrey Sloman, the federal prosecutor who handled the case.”
Christian and Newsom were leaving an apartment together to go to a friend’s party when they were abducted from the apartment complex parking lot.
Christian’s parents found her abandoned Toyota 4-Runner two blocks away from the Chipman Street house the following Monday with the help of her mobile phone provider. An envelope recovered from the vehicle yielded fingerprint evidence that led police to Lemaricus Davidson and 2316 Chipman Street. When police went to the address on Tuesday, January 9, they found the house unoccupied and Christian’s body in a bin in the kitchen.
According to the testimony of the Knox County Acting Medical Examiner Dr. Darinka Mileusnic-Polchan at the subsequent trial of Eric Boyd, Newsom was repeatedly sodomized with an object and then blindfolded, gagged, arms and feet bound and his head covered. Barefoot, he was dragged outside the house to a set of nearby railroad tracks. He was shot in the back of his head, neck and back and his body was then set on fire.
According to the testimony of the medical examiner, Channon’s death came after hours of torture, having suffered injuries to her vagina, anus and mouth. She was raped with an unidentified object and beaten in the head. It was also reported that her body was scrubbed with bleach which was also poured down her throat, in an attempt by her attackers to remove DNA evidence, while Channon was still alive. She was then bound with curtains and strips of bedding, her face covered with a bin liner and her body stashed within five large bin bags, before being placed inside a residential waste disposal unit and covered with sheets. The medical examiner said there was evidence that Channon slowly suffocated to death.