Its narrow minded to think the only way to fight crime is to have better armed police.
Look at the conditions set that lead to crime and address those issues.
In a broad sense Police are basically treating the symptoms of a nation's condition.
It matters less how well the police are armed than it does how many there are, but if you want to remove their AR15's and their armored cars this is only going to mean more police casualties in gun fights, its not going to save a lot of money, salaries are far more expensive than both guns and armored cars.
We can all look at the issues and conditions that lead to crime, and I'm not sure anybody has a real solution and it's good that we are talking, but it's easy for you to point the finger at us " Narrow minded People ", you'll have no blame placed on you when/if the patient it removed from life support, you'll just be some guy on the internet watching it burn from a distance. Do you think the complete abolishment of police from one of the most crime ridden cities on earth will improve or worsen the problem?
And you're going to come back at me with abolishment doesn't mean abolishment, but then what would you put in the place of police that would be more effective for the same overall cost? Robocop ? Drones ? Armed social workers ? Unarmed social workers ? Before you remove the police you better have the miracle on hand I think.
What is on life support now are multiple northern/blue cities after weeks and in the case of Portland.. Months of looting and burning. How do these cities get repaired? *DO* they even, or left as burned out husks for future generations to look at and remember what happens when local governments fail the people?
It's not fair for an entire country to pay for failed government in parts of the country, so just why should the federal government step in and bail these places out? CNN has even changed it's tune of late, realizing that hyping these rioters/anarchists was a huge mistake by trying to pass these home grown terrorists off as peaceful protesters, or peaceful in nature and infiltrated by a handful of RW folks doing the bad things, which was laughable from the start.
Anyone else remember the protests from '68? Those were initiated for a reason. These were taken control of by terrorists Antifa and worse who just want to create mayhem and will not stop until every cowering northern city mayor/governor who is a leftist grows a pair.
Posted: Sun Aug 30, 2020 1:43 pm Post subject: Re: What's happen in the USA
It`s dangerous to be a patriot in US now: https://youtu.be/9rjTdCa7gMQ
This shit goes on for three months already, someone really wants that people forget how a normal life was? The winner king can find himself with no kingdom anymore till november.
This was back in the earlier riots. This guy tried to defend his business with, I guess a sword ? He was recorded by Elijah Schaffer demonstrating what happens when you let them take your weapon from you.
Posted: Fri Sep 04, 2020 6:48 pm Post subject: Re: What's happen in the USA
Disclaimer, the above is a knee jerk reaction, I don't have any serious insight into what's going on in Germany and Australia, I'm open to learning more, The above videos were the first two videos I've watched on the subject after seeing the following and being guided by some youtube comments to check out what's happening over there. At first glance it looks atrocious, but I know not everything is what it seems at first glance. So feel free to fill me in on the "truth" if I'm being miss lead.
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