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“pEoPlE OvEr PrOpErTy”/The Real Results of Wanton Rioting

Voting with Their Feet by Thomas Sowell (

“Detroit is perhaps the most striking example of a once thriving city ruined by years of liberal social policies. Before the ghetto riot of 1967, Detroit's black population had the highest rate of home-ownership of any black urban population in the country, and their unemployment rate was just 3.4 percent.

It was not despair that fueled the riot. It was the riot which marked the beginning of the decline of Detroit to its current state of despair. Detroit's population today is only half of what it once was, and its most productive people have been the ones who fled."

Zimmerman woman paralyzed after missing window for urgent medical care during riots

Needless to say, this woman didn't get one red cent from the “we care about justice" crowd.

As murders surge, Democrats find a new message: Fund the police | Reuters

As it turns out, in a world where most crime is perpetrated not because of “desperation", “poverty", or whatever – but simply because the perps are privileged sociopaths – taking an axe to the front lines of civilization defense… doesn't work.

Speaking of the “poverty causes crime" argument, it's busted by the simple fact there's many poor countries and regions of the world – Vietnam, Ghana, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Malawi, and lots more – that have lower crime rates than the United States as a whole – but especially when you look at egregious cities like Minneapolis, Chicago, Oakland, Saint Louis, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. This is not a poverty issue; it's a cultural one. What are we missing in America that, say, Rwanda has HALF our violent crime rate? Let's look at what they're doing right in Africa that we're failing to do here in America, hm?

Why the Crime Wave Is a Disaster for Progressives – The Atlantic

The Minneapolis effect | Washington Examiner

“Admitting the existence of a “Minneapolis effect” is, unsurprisingly, unpopular with supporters of the protests, including many in the media. But it is hard to explain the past year’s violence without it. If nothing else, it’s common sense: When thousands of people told police they weren’t wanted, both officers and criminals listened, and violence followed."