According at an article in the Shreveport Times, the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office is “launching a program called "Operation Exodus," a policing plan for an end-of-the-world scenario involving a mostly white group of ex-police volunteers and a .50-caliber machine gun, inspired in part from the Book of Exodus in the Bible.”

It’s obvious that with a shaky U.S. economy, profound disenchantment with both the major political parties, and deep suspicions over anything connected to Wall Street, there are a lot of nervous people out there. Fears of Malthusian scenarios — bubbling beneath the surface of our collective consciousness — where cities are faced with food shortages and subsequent rioting, are not as far out as one might think. At least not at the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Department.

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