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To: sushiman
"Serve and protect ???"

Yes. Beating illegitimate rioters is a good way to serve and protect legitimate residents.

27 posted on 06/01/2020 7:20:53 AM PDT by familyop (Hell hath no fury like a scorned parrot.)
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To: familyop

Cities looted by black rioters never recover.

Smart people will get the hell out before their property values drop and violent crime skyrockets... and YES, that will happen.

Check out the history of cities that have ‘been there and done that’... They’re hellholes. There are two groups of winners: people of all other races who get out early, and blacks who get to buy nice well maintained homes on the cheap.

Anyone who tells you to stay and ‘it’ll all come back’ are lying. These places never come back.


34 posted on 06/01/2020 9:01:00 AM PDT by GOPJ (The mood in the country changed last night. NO ONE backing looters will win.)
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To: familyop

In this July 23, 1967 file photo, hundreds of people run down 12th Street on Detroit’s westside throwing stones and bottles at storefronts. The riot started after police raided an after-hours club in a predominantly African-American neighborhood. The raid, though, was just the spark. Many in the community blamed frustrations blacks felt toward the mostly white police, and city policies that pushed families into aging and over-crowded neighborhoods. (AP Photo/File)

These photos were taken 50 years ago Sunday, on the first day Detroit riot of 1967.

https://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/2017/07/on_this_day_detroit_riot_photo.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yfp9IyCn0lI

23 OLD PHOTOS OF DETROIT THAT WILL TAKE YOU BACK IN TIME


35 posted on 06/01/2020 9:01:17 AM PDT by GOPJ (The mood in the country changed last night. NO ONE backing looters will win.)
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