So I was watching an interesting show on the 18th street gang and MS13. It had interviews with former gang members and such on how thier daily life was. They pretty much run whatever parts of the city they control and the law does little about it. Thier activities included raping murdering, drive-by shootings, weapons and drug trafficking, prostitution, and pretty much all the other gang related things. One part of the interview was pretty astonishing to me was when a former gang member said, "I got everything I wanted. I was so well-known on my turf that I could walk into a toy store with my son and walk out with a cart full of toys. No questions asked, because everyone knew how bad I was. I love the bad life." Other interviews included individuals making $85,000 a week off of vehicle thefts and weapons trafficking. My point is, where the law seems to be slacking should the citizens step in? Gangs and gang members have a weakness, greed. They want the accumulation of sex, drugs, wealth, and power. However, what if a gang was created that didn't have any of these as its goal. Essentially the purpose of the said created gang is the total destruction of other gangs. A good idea or bad idea? It would pretty much be the War on Drugs and the War on Gangs that government should have declared, but never did. May be a dumb post, but I think it's an interesting idea.