Homeless Drug Addict Throws 3-year-old onto Train Tracks in Portland

We live in a sick world filled with violent criminal drug addicts who are allowed to prey on the most vulnerable people in our society. On Thursday, one of these addicts attempted to kill a child in Portland by shoving her off a platform onto a set of train tracks.

Sadly, these types of attacks have become a daily occurrence in this country, largely thanks to democrats who have allowed homeless drug addicts full reign over the streets.

According to the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, on Wednesday evening a mother and her child were waiting for the MAX train when a homeless, convicted felon drug addict named Brianna Lace Workman, shoved the child off of the platform and onto the MAX train tracks without provocation.

As I’ve pointed out in my bookThe Ultimate Situational Survival Guide: Self-Reliance Strategies for a Dangerous World, and as we constantly warn our readers on OFFGRID Survival, these attacks are becoming an everyday occurrence in this country.

These are not isolated incident! We have been compiling a list of some of these attacks our social unrest page and we are encouraging our readers to be vigilant and not buy into the mainstream liberal propaganda that these so-called homeless scumbags are victims.

Help Your Child Develop Situational Awareness

I dedicated an entire section of my book, The Ultimate Situational Survival Guide: Self-Reliance Strategies for a Dangerous World, to social unrest and self-defense topics. It’s important that you understand the threat and the criminal mind. The world our kids are growing up in is not the world you grew up in!  

  • The number one thing you can do to protect them from these violent urban attacks is to be aware of what’s going on around you and don’t hide the truth from your children.
  • Don’t let your kid be a Walking Dead Zombie! Make sure they stay off their cellphones, remove the earbuds, and pay attention to their environment. These thugs are looking for easy victims.
  • Start training them when they are young. Take the time to show them examples of what they should be looking for– and again don’t sugarcoat the truth.
  • Teach them to be aware of their surroundings, and to start developing mental mind maps of the places they visit. This will help them during an attack or any type of disaster where they might have to make a quick getaway.

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