It's part of the depop agenda.
Never knew about this (surprise surprise when you have an education dictated by YKW). From the wikipedia article:But in modern times I don't think it's been successfully pulled off. Like Montreal's real-life purge in 1969 when the cops went on strike.
At 8:00 a.m. on October 7, 1969, when the Montreal police went on strike. By 11:20 am, the first bank was robbed. By noon, most of the downtown stores were closed because of looting. Within a few more hours, taxi drivers burned down the garage of a limousine service that competed with them for airport customers, a rooftop sniper killed a provincial police officer, rioters broke into several hotels and restaurants, and a doctor slew a burglar in his suburban home. By the end of the day, six banks had been robbed, a hundred shops had been looted, twelve fires had been set, forty carloads of storefront glass had been broken, and three million dollars in property damage had been inflicted, before city authorities had to call in the army and, of course, the Mounties to restore order.
Cities in the USA already have a lot of waste, corruption, cuckery and crime. Basically not that much will change in a shithole like Minneapolis, higher crime, fewer jobs(they burned down many of their businesses) and a bleak outlook. It will just be even more lawless, picture the looting and arson from the past couple weeks on a permanent basis and no cops, and lots and lots of pandering to the blm faggotryQuestion for the panel. So, we hear about defunding the police. But the "fineprint" just beneath this is the statement that the money that was funding the police will go back into the "community". This is, therefore, a &*7$ing shakedown. My question is do you think this money will go to BLM? BTW, we're talking 100s of millions if not billions of dollars.
And you should see the new "Legislation." Here's two of the line items:When Kushner is involved, you know he's up to no good.
So, in an area that is 99% white, only 1 non-white needed in a 100 officer police force? Right? AA now does not apply?Section 3 - Making Police Recruiting Reflective of Community
Expand DOJ COPS grants to hire recruiters and enroll law enforcement officer candidates who have racial and ethnic characteristics similar to their community
"Study" not needed. It's all "systemic racism."Section 8 - Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys
Established within the United States Commission on Civil Rights to conduct a systematic study of the conditions affecting black men and boys, including homicide rates, arrest and incarceration rates, poverty, violence, fatherhood, mentorship, drug abuse, death rates, disparate income and wealth levels, school performance in all grade levels including post-secondary education and college, and health issues
Minnesota would like a word with you. So would Seattle, WashingtonRealistically, though, I did not even read this thread because whatever legal solution they come up with to appease the rioters will not actually do jack s**t in terms of curbing police power.
Do you actually think the government of the American police state would give up power voluntarily like that? If you do, then I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.