The government needs an army to deal with a situation like...

Yanick - February 15 2019, 11:10 AM

The government needs an army to deal with a situation like this. The country should always be prepared for a riot. People need to be pushed back from the city to get control.

The government should implement border checkpoint to enter the city. Maybe the should consider some form of sleep gas to get control instead of shooting people.

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