Zones

Zone 1: Increased vigilance and awareness
These cities are ones where violent leftist extremists are known to have caused political violence in the past. It is assumed that cities and areas that have experienced violence have active cells in the vicinity, and for that reason people who visit or live in the area should remain aware that politically motivated protests that may be used to foment violence are possible in the area. Remain aware of your surroundings and be prepared to avoid protests, road blocks, and other dangerous areas.

  • Alabama: Auburn, Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery, Huntsville
  • Arizona: Scottsdale, Phoenix, Tempe
  • Arkansas: Little Rock, Conway
  • Colorado: Alamosa, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins
  • Connecticut: Hartford
  • Delaware: Wilmington
  • Florida: Orlando, Tallahassee, Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, St Petersburg, West Palm Beach
  • Georgia: Athens, Savannah, Gainesville
  • Idaho: Jerome, Boise
  • Illinois: Springfield, Chicago
  • Indiana: Evansville, Indianapolis
  • Kansas: Kansas City, Wichita
  • Louisiana: Lafayette, New Orleans, Baton Rouge
  • Maine: Portland
  • Massachusetts: Boston, Brockton, Worchester
  • Michigan: Grand Rapids, Lansing
  • Missouri: Kansas City
  • Nebraska: Beatrice, Grand Island, Lincoln
  • Nevada: Las Vegas, Reno
  • New Hampshire: Manchester
  • New Jersey: Trenton, Atlantic City
  • New York: Rochester
  • North Carolina: Asheville, Charlotte, Raleigh
  • North Dakota: Fargo
  • Ohio: Cleveland, Columbus
  • Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Tulsa
  • Pennsylvania: Erie, Lancaster, Pittsburg, Philadelphia
  • Rhode Island: Providence
  • South Carolina: Columbus, Charleston, Columbia
  • South Dakota: Sioux Falls
  • Tennessee: Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville
  • Texas: Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio
  • Utah: Salt Lake City
  • Virginia: Portsmouth, Richmond
  • West Virginia: Charleston
  • Wisconsin: Madison
  • Wyoming: Jackson, Laramie

Zone 2: Risk of Violence with local official cooperation

Zone 2 cites have seen recent violence, with local authorities either refusing to intervene or even actively assisting those committing violent acts. Violence may occur in these cities with little to no warning, and those who employ self defense in these cities can expect to face a hostile or antagonistic response from government authorities.

Zone 3: Deadly force used by insurgents/ Officials actively supporting insurgents

Zone three cities are areas where violence has has taken place with little to no attempt at mitigating response from local authorities. Additionally, police and/or prosecutors are likely to bring the full weight of the law down upon those who attempt to defend themselves from these actors, or those who speak out against them.

  • California: Los Angeles (fatality) and insurgents on city commission
  • Colorado: Alamosa, Denver
  • Georgia: Atlanta and its suburbs, to include Stone Mountain, Columbus (fatality)
  • Iowa: Davenport ( 2 fatalities in an ambush of police)
  • Kentucky: Louisville
  • Maryland: Baltimore
  • Michigan: Detroit (fatality)
  • Minnesota: Minneapolis (except the Zone 5 area listed below), St Paul
  • Nebraska: Omaha (fatality)
  • New Mexico: Albuquerque (fatality)
  • Utah: Provo
  • Virginia: Arlington, Alexandria, Ashton, Leesburg
  • Washington, DC
  • Wisconsin: Milwaukee and suburbs, Kenosha (due to impending Rittenhouse trial)

Zone 4: Disputed Territory

Zone 4 zones are those where deadly force has been used to kill and/or seriously injure anyone who the insurgents feel are not sufficiently sympathetic or supportive of their goals. Government authority has either effectively or openly sided with the insurgents and is providing them with active support. Anyone in these areas is advised that violence is occurring and will continue to occur in these areas, and for this reason the area should be avoided. Use of force in self defense will result in arrest. Anyone living in or near these areas is advised to leave as soon as arrangements can be made.

  • Oregon and Washington: The entire Interstate 5 corridor from the Canadian border south to Eugene, Oregon, with the exception of Portland (which is a Zone 5). There have been more than a dozen documented fatalities in this area that are directly related to insurgent activity.

Zone 5: Occupied Zones
Areas in zone 5 are areas where the government has ceded or lost all control and/or has openly declared that they cannot and will not provide basic government services like police, fire, and EMS. These areas are completely out of legitimate governmental control and can best be described as being behind enemy lines. Anyone who finds themselves in one of these areas is advised to leave immediately, even if this means abandoning property.