Minneapolis: Tower of Babble

Minneapolis protests: Night of violence sees George Floyd ...

“Mostly peaceful,” right?

Is this the biggest load of crap you’ve ever heard, or what?

The city council of Minneapolis plans to replace police with a “community-led public safety system” involving “healers [?], elders [?], youth, artists, and organizers” who will “lead a deep community engagement on race and public safety” that’s gonna feature “transformative justice [?] in partnerships informed by the needs of every block in our city,” blah-blah-blah (https://www.dailywire.com/news/absurd-crazy-ridiculous-black-leaders-slam-minneapolis-city-councils-plan-to-defund-the-police).

What does any of this mean?

“Black leaders” whose neighborhoods have suffered most from rioting by “mostly peaceful protesters,” as the nooze and Democrat narrative has it, have called the city’s plans “absurd, crazy, ridiculous, egregious.” And those are the nice things they say about it.

On the whole, it seems like a good time to move out of Minneapolis.

10 comments on “Minneapolis: Tower of Babble

  1. That picture has quite an affect on me. I have driven past that very building countless times. What happened, back in May, was wrong, and the police officer involved needs to face the consequences of his actions. But this doesn’t mean that the “healers, elders, youth, artists, and organizers” are the answer, especially at the price of having no police.

    1. I can’t tell you the number of times that I was tempted to break the law, but then realized that I’d be going up against poets if I did. 🙂

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