How to Stay Safe from Increasingly Random Violence

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By the author of Street Survivalism: A Practical Training Guide To Life In The City and The Ultimate Survival Gear Handbook

Look around: it’s not 2019 anymore. Even though, on the surface, things may seem relatively normal, the entire zeitgeist has changed drastically already. Amidst threats of nuclear war, collapsing banks, and other potential SHTFs, the number of people losing it is growing exponentially out there. 

That’s not just from the rapid decline in the standard of living but also from all the fast-paced transformations taking place globally. People can cope fine with change but struggle with uncertainty. When the capacity to absorb and adapt is overwhelmed, fear, confusion, hopelessness, and despair sets in. 

Humans – individuals and the collective – deal with those feelings differently. The majority will just bite the bullet and march on. Some will get depressed or try to hide from the world, while others will give up in one way or another. But for many, addiction, insanity, and violence is the only possible response, the last resort. They blow a gasket and start lashing out like rats in a cage. 

“Do I now have to stay alert at all times when out of home?”

I got asked that question by a person who, only three weeks before, had been attacked by a 13-year-old K9* addict when leaving the subway station. The kid didn’t steal anything, just smacked her in the head and walked away babbling disconnect insults in a frenetic episode.

The short answer: yes, if you want to stay alive and well in 2023 and beyond, you better. 

( * ) K9 a.k.a. K2, K4 and spice, is a highly addictive, extremely powerful and poisonous synthetic drug that acts on the same body’s receptors of marijuana’s active principle THC. It turns people into zombies in 30 seconds.

Those still wondering about these things must quickly rethink their view of reality. 

It’s already happening, and those failing to acknowledge the situation are setting themselves up for disaster.

“Random murders and police killings, once exceedingly rare, now becoming regular part of Canadian crime landscape” [SOURCE]

Recently I wrote an article about defensive driving for Mind4Survival, Brian Duff’s prepping and survival website and TOP partner. The focus wasn’t on “regular” defensive driving but rather on the kind that considers crime, violence, and social unrest more than the typical traffic factors. 

In yet another piece on M4S, I present my view of a violent future due to the looming crisis, how I see it unfolding, and how to prepare for it. Now more than ever, we must ready up for social unrest exploding, especially in the urban environment where friction is a constant and density is much more significant. 

Much as we try, most of us can’t live forever in a bubble. That’s hard even for the one-percenters at the top. At one point, we have to come out. Being proactive to remain safe while circulating in the streets, buildings, and public transportation is the way forward.

When everyone is either a potential attacker or a potential victim

“Teenager Gabriel Magalhães, 16, was stabbed and killed at a subway station in Toronto last weekend. The local press reported that the attack was random, without any kind of motivation. The suspect of committing the crime is the homeless Jordan O’Brien-Tobin, 22 years old. After carrying out the aggression, he fled.” [SOURCE]

And in New York…

People shoved in front of trains. Good Samaritans stabbed. Sucker punches to the head. A samurai Sword.

Random attacks — and homicides — in New York City’s transit system have New Yorkers on edge in recent weeks, despite assurances from the mayor and governor that subways are safe.

More unprovoked attacks in the days since a new safety initiative rolled out only serve to reinforce concerns among many commuters — and the latest ones underscore the point.

Cops added another random subway shove Thursday to the ongoing list. A straphanger had been standing on the northbound 6 train platform at the Lexington Avenue and East 77th Street station on Manhattan’s Upper East Side around 8:40 p.m. Monday when another man pushed him onto the tracks for no apparent reason at all, they say. (SOURCE)

In the case of political, racial, religious, gender, gang, or even “regular” (for-profit) crime, there’s always some identifiable logic driving the motivation. One aspect of these violent acts is randomness, and another is being all about the attacker.

I’m talking about free, random violent attacks against individuals perpetrated by maladjusted people. It’s someone getting pushed into subway tracks, bashed in the streets (or at home), assaulted in stores or other public places, and even shot or stabbed in clubs or schools. 

It’s important to note that this isn’t just a big city problem. Murder rates are skyrocketing in rural America.

How do you stay safe from something so random?

Realize that, to become a victim of “crisis madness”, all it takes is being in the wrong place, at the wrong time, or near the wrong people. These are the things we must pay attention to, basically.

This kind of urban violence has a common root, no wonder it’s growing in lockstep, particularly in the west. And it’s not just widespread mental breakdown driving it: drug and alcohol abuse – particularly opioids like fentanyl, heroin, tranq (Xylazine), and others – has reached epidemic levels. This insanity vortex will get much worse shortly I’m afraid, so better prepare.

1.) Plan your itinerary.

Just as with driving, planning our itinerary, at least to some degree, is a way to increase safety when walking through town. Avoiding high-crime spots, drug consumption zones, and streets and avenues with large homeless encampments is critical.  

Granted, these are well-known areas avoided by average citizens in most towns. But other less suspect streets, especially around these critical regions, can be even more dangerous. That’s usually where addicts and other maladjusted wanders to try and score money for drugs, thus they’re freaking out from abstinence and become more unstable and violent.

Always travel through well-lit, well-conserved, clear, and busy places. Commerce streets and avenues, with restaurants and other services, tend to have more people circulating and policing. Sometimes, planning is just finding some company, or choosing the appropriate times: some places are safe(r) during the day but not at night (and vice-versa).

2.) Be familiar with the streets.

Cities are changing fast, and even your district or neighborhood can become drastically different in a matter of months or even weeks. If you’re inside all the time or just driving from one parking place to another, you may not notice those changes much.

Often I get people telling me they feel safer or prepared just from reading my street survival training book or any other book, article, or video on situational awareness or self-defense. I’ll be the first to admit there’s value in reading and watching videos, but also to say that there’s no way to become familiar with the streets without going out and circulating. 

We gain street smartness and actual capability by turning knowledge into action, by practicing reading people and situations in real life, which is vastly different than Hollywood movies.

I give plenty of tips and strategies in my book, but you must go out. Walk or bike to places (or randomly), take public transportation, interact with neighbors, workers and other people. It’s spring in the north, the best season for that, and getting some sun and fresh air is a bonus.

3.) Double your awareness around people.

It’s not just drug addicts moving like zombies dressed in drapery we must be wary of. No question, if you’re around someone clearly under the influence of chemicals or just having an episode, you can be a victim. 

However, always remain open to the possibility of being attacked by almost everyone. As argued, pretty much anyone can be unstable or mentally deranged in this day and age. Most people will frequently give clues about their intentions through manners, looks, or posture, so practice “reading” people to get those signals more efficiently.

But sometimes they don’t. What to do, then? Avoid everyone? That’s both impractical, ineffective, and unnecessary. Besides increasing situational awareness, we must actively avoid putting ourselves in a position that may facilitate an attack, or worsen its consequences. It’s like chess: always think a few steps ahead, defensively, strategically, and tactically. And always trust your instincts.

Never let strangers invade your personal space, nor allow anyone to come at less than an arm’s distance (especially if there’s reason to avoid it). This can depend on the settings, so be rational and reasonable, particularly in crowded places. Either way, these tend to be safer thanks to the number of people and spatial limitations.

4.) Double your awareness in some places.

No doubt it sucks to stay alert when we are having a good time by ourselves or with someone or taking public transportation to return home after a hard day. Until recently, that was necessary only in dangerous countries or places, but it’s now a sensible recommendation anywhere. 

Overall, the idea is to think ahead and be extra cautious in some places. For instance, don’t stand daydreaming idly near the border of train platforms and bus stops, especially as they’re approaching. 

  • In the same way, avoid crossing a suspect or agitated (tripping) person on the curbside of a busy street or avenue so as not to be bumped or pushed into the roadway. 
  • Don’t stop by or walk too close to boarded-up buildings and storefronts, abandoned parkways, and other places where someone could hit you by surprise or pull you in suddenly.
  • If you are walking by yourself through a tunnel, over or under a bridge, a footwalk, or another enclosed passway, take a few seconds to inspect both accesses and also the route for suspects, obstructions, or other hazards before crossing. 
  • Is there light? Do you see trash, needles, nests of food, and clothing? Is that bunch of stuff just debris, or does it has the aspect of something intentionally arranged to slow down, box, or block pedestrians?
  • If in doubt, change course, ask for help, or wait for a company to make the cross. That’s even more important for women and children, but in fact, a valid strategy for anyone to go through any suspect area.
  • If taking a sidewalk table outside a bar or restaurant, try to sit with your back to the building or other protected spot, if possible, one that allows you to have a clear 180° view of the surroundings.  
  • Avoid eye contact at first so as not to draw suspect or unwanted people (which in the streets is pretty much anyone). Instead, use peripheral vision to stay alert and prepared.

If someone comes at you all the same, look them in the eyes and assert yourself firmly. 

5.) Stay calm and keep your wits.

When the world goes crazy, we must remain even calmer than usual. It’s easy to stay zen alone at home, relaxing on a beach, or backpacking in the wilderness. The real challenge is remaining calm in the eye of the hurricane or when we’re being abused, disrespected, shouted at, cursed, or worse. 

Besides the risk of getting attacked by a drug addict or crazy person, we can get involved in other dangerous events differently. For instance, road rage episodes, fights, and brawls (a guy here lost his hand by trying to intervene in a conflict between a man and his wife). 

I could go on, but I’m sure you got the point. Keep your cool, detach from the situation, count to ten, or use any technique you prefer to keep your ego in check. Don’t take the bait, don’t get offended, and don’t be sucked into arguments or other situations. Take a distance and report to an authority if necessary. 

Common sense isn’t always that common.

These tips may sound like common sense, but judging by the number of people who downplay the risks, are oblivious to these factors, or just plain arrogant (and thus get attacked more often) tells me it’s not. 

People need to start thinking about how they’ll navigate increasingly dangerous urban environments. And it’s not just crime, but random aggressiveness and free violence (and also social unrest in the form of strikes, protests, etc.). One can opt to live in a bubble, but that has a price, too.

There are other situations, places, and people to talk about. It’s impossible to cover everything in one article, I tried to offer a few basic examples and tips and bring attention to the issue. Situational awareness, street smartness, and other related skills will become increasingly important for security and self-preservation, so keep working on those. 

What about you?

Have you seen an uptick in violence in your area? In drug addiction and correlating behavior? Is it random? If so, what are you doing to remain safe and to keep your family safe? What advice would you give to a person who attends college or work in a risky area to help them stay safe during their commute?

Let’s discuss it in the comments section.

About Fabian

Fabian Ommar is a 50-year-old middle-class worker living in São Paulo, Brazil. Far from being the super-tactical or highly trained military survivor type, he is the average joe who since his youth has been involved with self-reliance and outdoor activities and the practical side of balancing life between a big city and rural/wilderness settings. Since the 2008 world economic crisis, he has been training and helping others in his area to become better prepared for the “constant, slow-burning SHTF” of living in a 3rd world country.

Fabian’s ebook, Street Survivalism: A Practical Training Guide To Life In The City , is a practical training method for common city dwellers based on the lifestyle of the homeless (real-life survivors) to be more psychologically, mentally, and physically prepared to deal with the harsh reality of the streets during normal or difficult times. He’s also the author of The Ultimate Survival Gear Handbook.

You can follow Fabian on Instagram @stoicsurvivor

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  • There currently exists an excellent identifier for mentally deranged and dangerous persons on the street. They wear masks. Anyone who is seen wearing a mask should be viewed as a potential threat. I routinely will casually make eye contact with other well adjusted folks and point out or wander my eyes in the direction of the potentially dangerous person wearing a mask. I almost always get a wink or a kind smile returned to me for pointing out these potentially violent people who voluntarily starve their brains of oxygen and, instead, consume moist carbon dioxide back into their lungs.

    If I’m driving, say for example, down a four lane, and another driver comes up behind me and I see it wearing a mask I slow down and invite it to pass. If I can I take an exit.

    Masked individuals are, IMO, a far greater violent threat potential than all the K9/tranq/oxy smoking derelicts out there. At least for me anyway. I’m never found around bridge abutments, boarded vacant shopping plazas, or on the edge of a subway platform.

    • Thank you for the laugh this morning! Those are definitely the people who are more fearful & edgy now aren’t they?!

    • Agree. When you see a video of a random Karen coming at you inside a grocery store and YELLING something like “ARE YOU TRYING TO KILL ME???” or you´re walking peacefully (without a mask of course) on a desert street and someone in a 3rd or 4th floor YELLS “WHERE IS YOUR MASK?? WHY ARE NOT YOU WEARING ONE?? YOU JUST COME TO OUR COUNTRY TO SPREAD DISEASES!!”… Well, there is something very twisted happening in those little, oxygen-starved brains…

    • Interesting observation re: masked individuals. Another thought for many, get your head out of your phone when in public. Too easy to miss warning signs around you. Watching electronics should be only when at a safe location. And, just like driving in traffic, look ahead and around you at what is going on, not just immediately in front. And lastly, trust your instincts about situations and/or people. Get bad vibes? Best to get out of the area or away from the source. That especially served me well for many years in crime ridden NYC in the 70’s.

    • Hey, that’s not fair, I wear a mask! Okay, maybe not in public, but when I’m home, by myself…..and I’m not unhinged – just ask my therapist! My mommy had me tested! All you have to do is ask me, or one of my many personalities…although some of them can get a little snippy if you use the wrong pronoun.

      Sorry. Just couldn’t resist. It’s been one of those days. LOL

  • Thanks for this life saving information Fabian !

    Who really believed that God would make Sodom & Gomorrah USA Great again ?
    He makes nations great then destroys them.
    Job 12:23

    After these things I saw another angel coming down from heaven, possessing great authority, and the earth was illuminated with his splendor and radiance.

    And he shouted with a mighty voice, saying,
    “Fallen, fallen [certainly to be destroyed] is Babylon the great! She has become a dwelling place for demons, a dungeon haunted by every unclean spirit, and a prison for every unclean and loathsome bird.

    For all the nations have drunk from the wine of the passion of her [sexual] immorality, and the kings and political leaders of the earth have committed immorality with her, and the merchants of the earth have become rich by the wealth and economic power of her sensuous luxury.”
    Revelation 18

    • Go to read today’s article “America enters last days under Biden cabal, etc” this country has been conquered by the agenda 2030 WEF cabal, using congress , BIden and other polticians to get it completed. There are many that trust voting for certain people to fix everything. Ain’t going to happen. Folks, if possible get out early to shop, bank, other errands, etc. If shopping in dept store, get there when they open, not as busy.

      • This is why freedom of speech even for offensive ideas is so important. You have REASON for saying that. In practice, religious people are calmer and less violent on average (except for certain Muslims–not all of them). If you want real horror, find out what atheists do when they grab control. Stalin was far worse than Hitler (unless you were Jewish). I just got done reading a 1960 book by Dr. Tom Dooley on what happened in North Vietnam right after Dien Bien Phu when the French lost their colony to the VietMinh. They lied, they tortured people, they drove toothpicks into children’s eardrums to permanently destroy hearing, they violently attacked Christians, they stole and stole. It was astonishing reading.

        Where would we be if we could not TALK and find out these things?

        • I agree with you 100% about free speech. The demise we’re watching is terrifying.

          On that note * clears throat * I have plenty of friends who are atheists, and they’re among the most ethical and non-violent people I know. Just like Christians don’t like to be grouped in with their most extreme followers, neither do atheists.

          And that’s a perfect example of free speech right there. A little friendly discourse from two disparate viewpoints. Respectful disagreement. Nobody’s mad, nobody’s screaming curses…we just see more than our own points of view now. ?

          If only the world could discuss things calmly and rationally.

  • This is why good manners are important. It is a partial safeguard for your own personal protection. When people take drugs or alcohol, their manners typically go downhill fast, allowing you to recognize that they are randomly dangerous as opposed to someone who premeditated a crime against you in a sober condition. If it is premeditated and personal, you will probably never see it coming. Keep in mind that in most cases, police officers with a gun were not able to stop an attacker with a knife that started from 25 feet away. Distance, distance, distance. Out of sight, out of mind.

    • Men can be at risk, held up for drug money (watches, wallets) who appear well dressed, or women with exposed expensive looking jewelry and purses. Several years ago in my area near the mall after dark, one man shot, stole a bank dep. bag, another case: two women held up in broad daylight for jewelry and money outside Dillards. This will get worse now w/economy sliding. In parking lot at one Wal Mart (other in Fla. off I-10) near Tallahassee, we were asked for money to buy gas, ignored them (young 20’s both times) got in car, rode back to store entrance and reported it. We dress down, shop early and park close to store now. Husband has a handicap permit.

  • I really need to retake some self-defense classes. Maybe carrying a non-lethal weapon would help. Maybe Daisy or someone should reprint some of those articles.
    I know I would not be experienced enough with a gun to hit someone who suddenly attacked. In addition, bullets continue their trajectory and could possibly hit an innocent person. With my current knowledge, I would prefer to have a non-lethal weapon handy.
    Personally, I would rather die than kill somebody’s child.

  • Thank you for the article. If I’m to make a suggestion, Start with keeping yourself out of the situation. Shop early, buy as much as you can afford so you don’t have to go as s often. Keep the circle small. I’ve tailored mine to, Walmart, the fleet and supply, and the hardware store. Saturday morning before the riff raff comes out. Get back outta town and focus on the things I like to do. Stay safe out there.

  • One early morning last week, we went to a Walmart in a nice, small Texas town (we couldn’t afford to live there). While my husband and grandson were in the store, I stayed in our car, in a handicapped space, near the door. In my rearview mirror, I saw two boys (about 17 or 18 yrs. old) walking past. One of them slapped the trunk of our car. Hard. I rolled the window down and called out “Don’t do that”; the perp turned around and said “Sorry, ma’am” and kept walking. They didn’t act high, were nicely dressed, didn’t look like thugs, but the one exhibited thug behavior.

    My point is, they didn’t look or act like the people described in the article. It was early morning. It was a nice area. When I have to go to Dallas (shudder), especially to the V.A., I expect to see this kind of thing and realize that interaction is like a powderkeg. But those people described in the article are by far not the only ones perpetrating the violence and destruction of our country. All of it – both the unhinged and the just-plain-mean criminals are making it unsafe and it looks to me like NOTHING IS BEING DONE ABOUT IT. I read a recent story about some “youths” throwing rocks at cars off of an overpass in Tulsa. Tulsa, the beautiful, shining city of my youth has become a cesspool of crime and violence under an endless series of woke Democrats and ineffective, placating Republicans.

    My family would’ve been horrified at me calling out to the kid (I didn’t scream at him), but the perps only do it because they can get away with it. No matter what their motives are.

    • Well they were Texas youths so you got the “Sorry Ma’am”.
      Anywhere else and it could of ended much differently.
      A gun in the car would be the needed backup next time you stand up for yourself alone in a parking lot.

  • Living in a semi rural area of Arizona we are getting more people coming over the border acting more violent . Usually they just passed through to Tucson or Phoenix, now they are staying around to break in houses and/or steal a vehicle. Also being more violent when confronted. Seeing more open carry than usual. Myself included.

  • I live in the Portland, Oregon area. Always lock my car doors when I’m about, and carry wasp spray (good to 20 ft.) in case of aggression from the homeless at stop lights. I’m a former welterweight boxer who still keeps in shape, so I don’t worry much when on the street. But I still carry a penknife and pepper spray, just in case. From a line in The X-Files: “No matter how paranoid you are, you’re not paranoid enough.” Eventually it’s gonna be Open Season on these people. Enough is enough!

  • The world is getting a lot more dangerous and the SHTF hasn’t even hit us yet. Can you imagine when it does?

    A star and fit soccer player was stabbed in the chest a few daze ago and police said it was a random attack as both the victim and the perpetrator did not know each other.

    So these random attacks are true, it seems.

  • I’m sorry but I have to disagree with “keeping your eyes down and not making eye contact” I am a security contractor and provide protection for US diplomats. From my training and years of experience being in places we didn’t need to be in, if you meet a person’s eyes and they can’t see the fear in your eyes then they will think twice. Hold your head up scan your field of vision left and right while you are proceeding on your course. A criminal will see you scanning and know you are paying attention to your surroundings. Walk like you own the place. Exude confidence. Criminals will see this and avoid it. I agree with the other person.. Put your damn phone in your pocket and leave it there until you’re in your car. If you have your head in your phone you are NOT paying attention to your surroundings. As extreme as things are going and without a doubt get worse then get trained and get your permit to carry. I don’t wear a big baggy shirt when I carry (I don’t leave home without one) I wear a shirt that gives off a print of my weapon. I know there are several schools of thought on this but from my experience it works. People will see the print of my weapon if they’re paying attention and criminals pay attention because they’re scanning potential victims just like I am scanning for potential threats. I’ve seen people that had potential to be threats see the combination of the way I carry myself, my situational awareness and the print of my weapon and without a doubt they passed me by.

    • This is a controversial topic. I’ve had different experiences myself throughout the years, and also various feedback from LEAs and other social agents that deal with street people for a living when doing my research.

      Either way, criminals are different from the mentally ill, drug addicts, and also beggars, panhandlers and other maladjusted people who wander the streets. I tried to make this distinction, maybe it didn’t came out clear enough.

      Overall I agree about making eye contact with criminals asap, we must acknowledge them and their intentions. That’s what I do myself (when I detect them – after that, it depends on some variables and factors).

      Criminals have clear intentions and follow a logic. e.g. when they try to get us by surprise, which is the most common modus operandi, and eye contact breaks that element (of course depending on the circumstances).

      Otherwise, I avoid direct eye contact with people who are looking for or just waiting exactly for that to engage, peacefully or with bad (yet not criminal) intentions.

      Hope that clarifies.

  • I don’t agree that the uptick in random violence is due to uncertainty. It is well known, in Europe, to be due to the mass of immigrants who never assimilate. All by design to destabilize our country, and don’t forget those bonus votes. But I admire your innocence.

    • Actually…I’m in Europe. Did you ever stop to think the news you are getting about other countries is inaccurate? I know the news they get about America here is inaccurate, and the reverse is definitely the same.

      I’m in Greece and have been for several months, where there are quite a number of migrants. While I won’t say that they are completely criminal-free – no population is – the biggest element of danger walking down the street here in Athens is the young anti-capitalists who believe their hatred will save the world.

      Your comments are quite condescending and they aren’t even original. They’re all far-right talking points.

      • Daisy: Natasha didn’t say in which country she resides, nor the nature of the illegal migrants with whom she deals.

        From what I have heard, most of the illegal migrants in Greece who stay in Greece are from Turkey. I’ve been to Turkey. The people living there are different from those living in North Africa who infest the banlieus in France. In Germany the Gastarbeiter from Turkey have for the most part been a welcome addition, unlike the newcomers from other countries.

        So what Natasha says may not be right wing, but descriptive of the part of Europe in which she resides. In some countries it can even be broken down that some areas are bad, and others good.

        I think a blanket condemnation of what Natasha wrote is uncalled for without knowing more details than what we have been given.

        • You’re right.

          I’m sorry, Natasha. My response was overly defensive and I apologize for that.

          The refugees here are mostly from Afghanistan, Syria, and Pakistan. (source: ) Actually there’s a lot of rivalry between Turkey and Greece so I don’t think there are tons of Turkish refugees here.

      • Whoa. I did not expect this answer from you Daisy. I’m a bit taken aback. I’ve always admired your ability to see things balanced.

  • I’m sorry, but being aware of your surroundings is a great first step, but this article makes it sound like that’s all you need to do. Being aware of someone about to attack you doesn’t stop it from happening, does it? So, we have a lot of very important and missing information. You can do better, Daisy.

  • When you leave your house, even if it’s just to go to a convenience store or grocery store, you’d better be packing (I don’t mean a lunch). Why? Because numerous other people are and one of them might just be a psychopath. You need an equalizer. No matter what man’s useless laws say, you have a God given right to always protect yourself and your family and anyone else that needs protection from evil people that would cause great harm or death. I live in Texas near a small town in a slightly rural area. Every time I even go outside to walk around my small property I have knives and or an equalizer on me. Why? There are many predators in the wild and in this world. You never know when you’ll need to remove them from this realm. Christ told his disciples to sell their worldly possessions to purchase swords with because the Romans were coming for them. Well, folks like a boy scout or a girl scout you should always be prepared and pray you don’t ever have to use it. But if you do, always be prepared.

  • I live in Sacramento and have had so many scary people approach me. I had to pull out my pepper spray and point it at someone in a grocery store. She was extremely freaked out because I wasn’t 6ft away from her. The pepper spray did stop her behavior immediately, but I was prepared to use it. Its so bad here that I walk down the aisles with my pepper spray in my hand at all times when shopping at WalMart.

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