Skip to comments.Anarchy In CA: No Enforcement of Quality of Life Laws
Posted on 06/16/2018 4:18:24 AM PDT by Sean_Anthony
If left unchecked, "broken windows," and all visible social and physical disorder lead to increased crime, as well as fear of crime
A recent report from the Public Policy Institute of California claimed that crime in California has not increased, and recidivism rates decreased due to Proposition 47. We find no evidence that violent crime increased as a result of Proposition 47, the Executive Summary reports.
The truth is very different. Cities all across the state of California are under siege with the explosion of California homelessness, as well as the reclassification of many crimes. This is directly linked to the radical lefts determination to empty out the jails and prisons through legislation and ballot initiatives, claiming to be for safe neighborhoods and the well-being of our children.
they do not care about our lives...
as long as the elites and the rat party people live privileged lives, who cares.
I think the bulk of this whole problem is that homelessness up until the past decade....didn’t involve a lot of drugged-up people just laying on the street and preying on the public enough to get the cash for their next ‘hit’. So you gaze around San Francisco today, and realize at least 500 people are there for their daily Heroin trick and finding someone to rob to achieve that.
It’s NOT true homelessness anymore....it’s just people laying there in some stage of doped-up. In this case, you might as well herd the group up....drop them into some fenced-in area and give them three meals a day with a cot, and let them finish up their lives without being a public spectacle.
It’s called “anarcho/tyranny”: we refuse to control real criminals (that`s the anarchy) so we control the innocent (that`s the tyranny).
More precisely, the government uses the anarchy created by the criminal class as an excuse to justify the expansion of “law enforcement”, but where the real purpose of law enforcement is to protect the interests of the ruling class against the common people.
Since so much of police activity is “catch and release” of criminals, where they are back on the street on bail, or due to plea bargain, that the effort to catch them is largely a waste of time. If they really wanted to reduce crime, they could do it by REDUCING the police budget, and using the money for more court and jail capacity. Plus, having a policy of not bothering productive citizens who happen to kill career criminals in self defense.
So does the governor candidate, Cox, run on it? In New York City, which is about 20% Republican, Rudy ran on it (1993, I think), AND WON.
Or does Cox just accept this part of our ‘evolving culture’?
(nothing personal with Cox, it’s just that he’s at the top of the ticket and therefore the only one in a position to deal with the issue)
You nailed the big plan...
I looked the term anarcho-tyranny up. Never heard it before. It is exactly what we have, it’s reaching a completion stage, and it’s what the masters are striving for everywhere. What’s appalling is how many people who think they’re smart, compassionate, and educated because they’ve been told they are (that’s scary-like Wizard of Oz) who go along with every dictate which leads to anarchy.
It is not freedom to enforce any quality of life except that which allows you to make your own decisions and live in peace from government interference.
Cry me a river, they got the leadership they voted for.
Orwell wrote about this. As long as the intelligentsia was controlled, the proles were left to their lives of drinking, whoring & crime.
The same thing is done with industry - gum it up until it fails, then they “have to” take it over.
What a heaping pile of bovine excrament. These people probably live behind walls with an armed gate guard.
Isn't part of it erasing history? Tearing down those Confederate Statues, for example, seems to be a huge step in erasing our identity as a nation.
I’ve repeatedly asked LAPD cops if they’d ever heard of “Broken Windows”. Not one has ever answered in the affirmative.
How much worse could it be?
“How much worse could it be?”
There is an answer. It was when the violence started to really spill into the ‘better areas’. In NYC, that was Crown Heights, where there was 3 days of rioting, basically blacks kicking the crap out of Jews. The black major back then, General Dinkins, basically hung the Jews out to dry. Because of the dynamic, the media choose to spike the story nationally, but it was no secret in NYC.
It was so bad there that the Jews then decided to risk being herded into Right-Wing Bible Camps and put their money and their votes behind a, GOD FORBID, a Republican, who was Rudy, and so Rudy was elected. After Rudy, they stuck with Bloomberg, who pretty much continued Rudy’s clean up of crime (and actually improved on it). But now, with crime low enough...back to the Leftists.
...and by the way, I don’t think the Jews were rounded up and forced to read the New Testament, in fact they did pretty darn good under Rudy (and then Bloomberg).
Thanks. This is now my tagline.
If voting could actually change anything, it would also be illegal!
“This is precisely the bizarre system of misrule I have elsewhere described as anarcho-tyrannywe refuse to control real criminals(thats the anarchy) so we control the innocent (thats the tyranny).”
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