Be it a gun shop, an owner of a self-defense/karate studio located in some strip mall, or a locksmith.
Maybe you own a security company not affiliated with one of the national conglomerates, competing for market-share against the likes of ADT.
|This will not save you or your family (most importantly, your small business or your property value) from the depravity of the black undertow terrorizing 'lily-white' areas of Indianapolis|
There exists no greater boon to your business than the emptying of the black ghettos of an abandoned major city and their migration to the safe, bountiful suburbs from which white Americans attempted to prolong some semblance of America.
The coming of the Black Undertow is one of the - sadly - great creators of economic growth in areas that would otherwise see stagnant or normal growth in a 'lily-white' environment, one where neighbors leave their garages opened and doors unlocked without fear of crime.
Those days are in the past in Indianapolis, where the black community white suburbanites tried to flee (setting up what we once dubbed 'drifter colonies') is now following and exporting with them crime, rape, and murder in the process.
But economic activity is being stimulated in the process, with startled white citizens of Indianapolis clamoring for peace and security that has been disturbed by those 'Sons of Obama' scarcely found at those "good schools" your white neighbors once claimed was the primary reason they moved to the 'burbs. [Gun sales surge after recent home break-ins: Gun safety classes also filling up, RTV 6 ABC Indianapolis, 11-10-13]:
The recent increase in home break-ins and robberies has led to a surge in gun sales. The owner of Indy Trading Post said more people are buying guns, applying for carry permits and signing up for gun safety courses.
"We've seen a large increase in people coming in that have been in those areas where the home invasions have taken place," owner Brian Ludlow said.
Ludlow stressed the importance of firearms education and safety, but he believes having a gun could prevent somebody from becoming a victim.
"These guys aren't coming in being nice about it. Most of these criminals are armed when they come in. So by arming yourself you are evening out the playing field," Ludlow said.
Annette Pierson said she was concerned about making sure her family was protected.
"I've been a gun owner, but I'm exercising it more with the training, the education and becoming skilled with it," Pierson said. "I will be taking their class. Their last class was full. So I'm definitely going to be taking their class, my daughter-in-law, my children, my family, we all believe in our right to bear arms and protect our families."
Classes are already full for November and are filling up quickly for December, but private lessons are still available. A two-hour lesson will cost about $80.
State police records showed a steady increase in gun permit requests over the last year.
In the third quarter of the year alone, more than 60,000 people in Marion County have applied for a gun permit.
In Indiana, a person needs a permit to carry, but anyone can have a gun at home for personal protection, no permit required.The police are ineffective, becoming nothing more than an affirmative action hiring board for otherwise unemployable black people that are believed to have some magic cure-all for establishing trust with the black community (you know, that community responsible for breeding the people who commit almost all the homicides in Indianapolis). [IMPD's push for diversity promotes good policing, Indy Star, 11-9-13]
Luckily, a black writer at the Indy Star, Abdul -Hakim Shabazz, is willing to highlight the type of culture presently sending middle-aged white people to gun stores in Indianapolis and seeking some form of security to guard against. [Abdul-Hakim Shabazz: Black community needs to stand up against crime, Indy Star, June 20, 2013]:
At the risk of being the bad guy, I want to say that it is time for the black community in Indianapolis to have a serious discussion about the city’s rising murder rate. There has been a lot of talk about the need for more police officers and whether the city is directing its priorities in the right places, but I have seen the data, and while more cops may help in addressing some crime, I doubt if adding more officers will lead to a decrease in Indianapolis’ murder rate.
Allow me to share some statistics. Between Jan. 1 and June 3, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department cataloged 50 murders. Of the 50 murder victims, 41 (82 percent) had criminal records. And according to IMPD, 30 of the victims accounted for 119 adult felony arrests. Now let’s look at the suspects. Of the 29 suspects that local law enforcement was able to identify, 75 percent of them, or 22, had criminal records accounting for a combined 61 adult felony arrests.
Safety. Security. Peace. Stability.
All things possible in that most denigrated of environment, the 'lily-white' one.
But with the advent of the Black Undertow, things we once took for granted in a 'lily-white' community - think safety, security, peace, and stability - vanish before our eyes. In a frightened dash to re-capture the beauty of a freshly fallen snow, citizens of Indianapolis are turning to karate, guns, and extra locks for the door. [Indy residents search for safety after home invasions, Indy Star, 11-10-13]:
A recent spate of home invasions has residents of some Indianapolis neighborhoods on edge, but law enforcement and security experts say preparation — not panic — is the best defense.
Many local residents already have taken steps to protect themselves and their families, from installing security systems to enrolling in self-defense training courses to buying guns.
“I just got a call this week from a group of women from the Meridian Hills areas who want personal protection instruction,” said Guy A. Relford, a Carmel attorney who specializes in Second Amendment law and operates Indianapolis-based Tactical Firearms Training LLC.
The request was “specifically due to some of the recent incidents,” said Relford, who also teaches a gun-law class on what Hoosiers can legally do to protect their homes and themselves.
Relford was referring to two separate and harrowing incidents recently in northern Marion County.
The first occurred on Oct. 24, when two homeowners were assaulted, their home ransacked and their vehicle stolen in a home invasion in the 7000 block of North Spring Mill Road.
Five days later, a home invasion in the 800 block of East 79th Street was carried out by as many as four men, who shot a woman, sexually assaulted her and her adult daughter and stole three vehicles.
Those cases were among at least eight home invasions in the Indianapolis area since mid-September in which residents were terrorized, shot or stabbed.
“Based on what’s being reported,” he said, “there is no question there has been a rash in areas where people are not used to seeing these types of crimes. They also have been very violent. Things like that are going to get people’s attention.”
That was evident Tuesday, when more than 150 people showed up at Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian St., for a community forum on home safety.
“When something of this magnitude occurs, it grabs everyone’s attention,” said Jon Pactor, 64, a Northside resident who was at the meeting.
“I think people are scared. I also think people are mystified. People want to know who are these villains? Where do they come from? Why are they here?”The villains are black, with Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) and opportunistic white Republicans unleashing this population upon white America in one of the truest forms of bipartisanship; the white working-class and white middle-class must be destroyed, their wealth eliminated via a property-value demoralizing racial infusion of vibrant diversity directly from the black ghettos of Indianapolis (rinse and repeat this process in every major American city with a thriving ring of suburbs).
Never realizing the implicit whiteness of their suburban paradise before it's too late, these atomized white suburbanites inability to protect their small slice of the American Dream all stems from their failure to understand that there's nothing wrong with thinking explicitly white.
That's the kind of mindset that built America; since the battle of Newark in 1968, the reverse is the kind of mindset that ensures the Detroiting of all of America will never be stopped.
The Indy Star article continues:
Alan Stockman, owner and instructor at Carlson Gracie Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu in Greenwood, said he has seen an increase in interest in self-defense training in the past two weeks. More people, particularly women, have been coming in every day, he said, either signing up for classes or inquiring about them.
“A lot of them come and they said they wanted to make sure they know how to take care of themselves and take care of their family,” Stockman said.
Clint Cloys, owner and instructor of Circle City Safety in Fishers, also has seen increased interest in self-defense classes.
“In the past seven days,” he said, “I have had nine requests for when my next self-defense class is, and I usually only get six to eight requests a month.”
His business runs workshops that teach women the “nuts and bolts of self-defense, just basic techniques and concepts that are highly effective in a situation where adrenalin is going to take over,” Cloys said.
At Broad Ripple Lock Service, office manager Liz Smith said the business experienced a surge right after the home invasion incident on Spring Mill Road near the Meridian Hills neighborhood. She said the business received about 15 calls — about double the amount of calls they normally get in that time frame.
“A lot more from that area are calling, wanting to know what they can do to make their houses a little bit more secure and to make it harder for people to kick in their doors,” Smith said.
Bill Nelson of Nelson Alarm Co. said the recent incidents have prompted “an extreme uptick in the number of calls for new systems and additions to existing service.”
One of the most popular requests, Nelson said, has been for “panic buttons” that can be worn or carried and, with a touch, alert the center that monitors alarms to a home invasion.
“With all the recent commotion,” he said, “I took another one home and hung it by the garage door. I told my wife to grab it every time she goes out to get the paper.”
Fear also appears to be driving an increase in the number of residents who are buying guns for personal protection, said Don Davis, who owns Don’s Guns and Galleries at 3807 Lafayette Road.
“We are getting an awful lot of people, particularly women, buying guns for the first time,” he said. “It’s all for personal protection. These things are starting to really weigh on people’s minds.”Karate won't save you; a gun might save you, but you'll enjoy the George Zimmerman-treatment if used to disturb a black home invaders mission; a security systems and new, enhanced locks are by definition a defensive measure, an admission that peace, stability, and the safe community you moved your family to is now irrevocably lost.
The best defense is a good offense, and there is only one offense in America capable of returning safety, security, peace, and stability to not only Indianapolis, but every zip code in the USA.
It's the greatest offense against not just crime, but against the bipartisan agreement of both Democrats and Republicans to destroying the wealth of the white middle-class.
That's how we wake up from the nightmare that is 2013 America.