Small weapons have a strong impact on the world and control the impact of current and future power, economy, security and many other factors on the development of the global economy. Technology evolves day by day, people live longer, life becomes easier, and safety becomes increasingly severer. Nonetheless, most of the world's technologies help to achieve greater profits, and ordinary people's work also reduces labor intensity. Furthermore, on the other side of the card, some may say the technology is more violent; people are dying of new technologies like guns, cars, and automated machines.
Michael Klare and David Anderson argue that in the "The Scourge: Popularization of small weapons and small weapons in Latin America" all social divisions in this region are overwhelmed by accessible small weapons. Their solution is the substantial reduction of statutory regulations and military forces on the import of weapons, which is already the smallest number per capita in the world (excluding Cuba). Updated their collection of essays called Brian Loveman and Thomas M. Davies, Jr., Anti Political Politics: Latin American Army. Latin American military leaders insisted that their acquisition by the government is a politically neutral management system and indeed claimed that these regimes produced their own negative politics. Even if it is updated, the paper is outdated. In contrast, Richard L. Millett and Michael Gold-Biss have edited the most important books of the Latin American Army for 30 years.
Many years ago security guards defined themselves as paramilitary security forces. They identified the areas where the riot affected the management of SMEs and the armed groups seemed to be strong. The organization has not clearly opposed the Fed but the local branch has expressed an important solidarity with the Fed. For example, in January 2016, several Oathkeepers chapters appeared on Malheur's career to support Bundy Gang. They even walked a few miles to the FBI base.
Seriously armed demonstration participants may have negative effects on freedom of expression. David Frum is "the Atlantic Ocean," pointed out that ordinary armed men in a place like Charlottesville sent a "extremely cold warning to legal protesters." In Arlington, Texas, this dynamic movement vividly when armed, open supporters passed anti-gun supporters (mostly their mothers, some of them with their children) It was shown. The meeting brought considerable fear and intimidation.