Wednesday, April 29, 2015

8 Things We’ve Learned from the Baltimore Riots So Far

Via Joe


#1. People do not learn from history or the mistakes of the past. See Exhibit A: Ferguson, Missouri.

#2. Some people will use any excuse to riot and loot even though it is clearly NOT an effective form of protest.

#3. The outbreak of violence in Ferguson, Missouri last summer was NOT an aberration. It is now a pattern.

#4. We also know what the pattern is. Whenever a young black man is killed by police and the public perceives the death as being unjust or unwarranted, then there will be the potential for widespread riots.

#5. It is only a matter of time before another inner city explodes with violence. First it was Ferguson. Then it was Baltimore. Which city is next?

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  1. I can't say with certainty where it will be, but I will venture to guess that it will be in a major yankee city with strict gun control laws, lead by a Democrat. Miami or Atlanta could happen, but they ceased to be southern a few decades back.

    It will not be in a southern city or any proximity to rural red areas where trucks full of the local hunters will come en masse to the riot areas to shoot rioters/looters on sight. The africans in America and their communist, leftist enablers know this, and that's why they want us disarmed.


    1. Yes, let them kill each other in the cities. I doubt if many will venture outside their turf as it is unknown and will be dangerous.