The thought of a terrorist act being committed against an individual or their loved ones is part of the propaganda that goes along with every attempt or completed.
If We the People listen to Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and go along with his thinking, then the jihadists will have won.
It goes without saying, see something say something, be ever vigilant.
Stunning interview below.
If you don’t have a weapon or two for personal protection consider buying one, begin taking shooting lessons and if serious about the issue, apply for a concealed weapons carry permit. the amount of shooting one has to do in many states, like “The People’s Republic of California.” will amaze any police officer you engage on the topic.
I do so frequently by merely asking, what’s your take on citizen carrying a concealed weapon with a permit.
Virtually all have issues with it, most from lack of knowledge.
When I explain to them the hoops we are put through to secure a permit and the amount of shooting involved they are “Always taken back.”
The Police in most states qualify once a year using 50 rounds of ammunition.
A typical day at the shooting range take a bit of money, ammunition is expensive and I’ll shoot at targets 150 times each visit.
For those who are afraid of guns or choose not to have one, serious training in martial arts of your choosing will make the trainee less likely to become a victim of several homegrown jihadists attempting to invade your personal space.
My personal favorite is Krav Maga after training with my daughter many moons ago for 8 years when she was a kid.
Krav Maga is the Israeli Defense Force’s method of combat, the use it to kill we are taught to inflict harm and get the hell out of Dodge!
Fighting is only defensive, even is you best your attacker, he will likely inflict damage to your being.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Friday said the terror threat is worse than most realize, saying some people would “never leave the house” if they knew the truth.
“I was telling [Fox host] Steve [Doocy] on the way in here if he knew what I knew about terrorism, he’d never leave the house in the morning,” Kelly said on “Fox & Friends.”
He noted there were four major terror attacks in the last week — in England, Egypt, the Philippines, and Indonesia — “by generally the same groups.”
But it can happen here almost any time.”Masked gunmen opened fire on a group of Coptic Christians driving to a monastery in southern Egypt on Friday, killing 26 and injuring 25 more.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi reportedly called an emergency meeting after the attack in Minya Province.
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria claimed responsibility for a Monday bombing after an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, that killed 22 and injured more than 100.