The blood gang in New York is now part of the mainstream media, but before they got there, they were very much a mysterious phenomenon that was only known through the whispers of locals and the whispers from others.
The Blood Gang Theory of the World has been circulating for over two decades, and it was recently picked up by the Daily Mail, with an article headlined “What are the Blood Gangs?” in which it was stated that the Bloods, who once lived in the Bronx, were no longer “in control” of the city.
It was also stated that their “gangs” have been taking over neighborhoods in Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and New Jersey, and that “the gangsters and their associates are taking over the streets of Manhattan.”
According to the theory, the Blood is “a drug cartel” which is “now taking over much of the American city.”
The theory is based on the fact that the “drugs they are peddling are in a lot of different ways different from anything we’ve ever seen before,” and “they are taking advantage of the fact we live in a society that has a certain level of social mobility.”
The Bloods have been doing their best to spread the idea of the Blood gang as an organized crime family that is a “super cartel.”
It is believed that the idea originated in New Orleans, which is where the Blood started out in the 1980s.
According to a recent study, in New Jersey there is “more than 2,000 Blood gangs” and “more are still active than ever.”
The idea that the blood is a drug cartel has been used as a propaganda tool by politicians and mainstream media outlets for decades, but the Blood’s true role has never been properly revealed.
When they started, the blood gangs in New England were primarily known as “the Bloods of the New England,” but the term was quickly dropped due to concerns about their image and legitimacy.
This was a result of the rise of organized crime in the city of Boston and the spread of drugs like cocaine and crack.
In the United States, the idea that gangs are drug cartels has been around for decades.
However, as more people started to realize that organized crime was actually happening in the streets, the term “blood gang” started to be used as an umbrella term for various groups of criminals, including the Blood.
There is a large body of literature which suggests that the term is derived from a group of people, specifically “the Black Mob.”
This group, which included both African-American and White people, formed a network of crime rings across the country from the late 1960s to the mid-1980s, and were responsible for many of the major crimes of the era.
The name “Black Mob” comes from a combination of the Black slang words “black,” “mob,” and gang, and refers to a gang which originated in the early 20th century, which was composed of people who would engage in violence and other criminal activities to achieve their goals.
These gangs formed a political network, as well as a criminal network, through which they were able to operate.
However if you look at the history of the term, there is a lot more to the Blood than just a gang.
The word “gang” was originally used to describe a group which would attack and terrorize other groups.
The earliest known use of the word “blood” in the English language is in 1789 in a 1799 speech by John Stuart Mill, who stated that “Blood is the best kind of weapon for the destruction of all that is unjust, which cannot be reformed without blood.”
In 1797, Samuel Johnson wrote in a letter to Lord Acton that “a blood-stained shirt is the only protection which any gentleman can hope to afford himself from any attack.”
In 1823, the American poet George Herbert Webster used the term in his poem “Blood-stained,” which he called “the blood of the revolution.”
It’s also believed that William Wordsworth coined the term during his lifetime in a poem entitled “The Song of Love” that he wrote in 1816.
The term “Blood” was also used by members of the French revolution to describe their struggle against oppression, as the phrase “bloody-minded” is a reference to the French Revolution.
In 1824, Samuel Smith wrote a poem titled “The Blood-stained Shirt” that describes how he was able to use his “Blood and Misfortunes to get what I want.”
In fact, this poem is one of the most famous songs of all time, with its lyrics “Blood, blood, blood!” and “It is a great thing that I am a Blood-Stained Shirt!”
The idea of an organized gang operating on a larger scale, that’s how the Blood were originally described by the New York Times in the late 1800s.
The story goes that the mobsters used the blood as a way of controlling people, particularly in the United Kingdom