The government is completely dropping the ball. People need money, a higher
minimum wage of 50% per capita GDP of the county, and petty cash of half that for
As well as free education, starting with community college, and 2nd two years of
undergrad free, and federal funds rate on student loans after that. As well as
100% Loan-to-value FHA home loans, present income doc (not 2 years).
Nepotism - favoritism to ones relatives, isn't fair.
I'll acquit. And commend these robin hoods. None of them should be taken alive.
They should stand up for their rights, and kill two cops each before being taken.
This is a legal advocation under the Brandenburg test. You hate me? Want to kill
me? Fix and change the system. Share the poverty. Economic inequality isn't
justice, isn't right, isn't fair. It's an unjust civilization in the first. The
government is dropping the ball. Laissez Faire capitalism is the reason for
marxism, its criticisms are on the money - it's solutions are far worse.
Unintelligence about macro-economics caused the Cold War, and World War. While
people like Obama want to spend decamillions, and you can't go to school Give me
a break. These people are right and just, and robbed a store, not an individual.
I'll acquit, unless you keep extorting the same person. You have to rob a
different store every time. You can rob an individual too, just rob people with
more than you. Don't grand batter or worse.
People deserve employee and consumer protections. Not zero job security. People
deserve regulation of marketing and labeling. Not prohibition.
What does the government purchase? Punishment. What does the government do,
close the public tracks, paid for with tax dollars. What does the government do,
destroy the public wealth and spend it on bombs and prisons, and police officers
rather than Universities, while it destroys the militia. If you want to defund
the police, you should argue to make them all volunteer. Murder and other capital
crimes are the only crimes that should legally be assaultable. Everything else,
requires us to solve the problem civilly. Your current state of the union would
kill these people. All criminal laws hang on arrest, and all arrest hangs on murder.
Murder and other capital crimes must be addressed, - though I won't say how:
Serial Non-Capital Grand Kidnapping
Serial Rape and Serial Grand Battery
Serial Extortion of the same person
Serial Abuse of someone who can't quit someone such as a dependent
(Crimes are petty, grand, and capital.
(Should there be sub grand, and super grand also?))
On 11/22/2021 5:55 PM, Thank Obama Democrat ~change~ wrote:
> ‘Highly organized’ mob of 80 armed looters storm San Fran
> Nordstrom’s during ‘insane’ robbery
> A shocking incident occurred just outside San Francisco
> involving dozens of robbers converging on a Nordstrom shortly
> before closing time on Saturday.
> The incredibly brazen acts of looting allegedly involved no less
> than 80 individuals, according to the Walnut Creek Police
> Department. Wearing ski masks and carrying weapons ranging from
> crowbars to firearms, they reportedly invaded the Broadway Plaza
> Nordstrom department store in Walnut Creek, which is
> approximately 25 miles outside of San Francisco.
> There appeared to be a highly organized nature to the robbers,
> and the plan was well executed, beginning with 25 cars stopped
> and blocked traffic outside of the store as the main group
> poured out of the vehicles and set upon the store, getting in
> and out in a matter of minutes.
> During the rapid heist, two employees were allegedly assaulted,
> and one was pepper-sprayed. While details of any injuries are
> not public at time of writing, the employees were treated at the
> scene and there are no reports of any hospitalizations or deaths
> in connection to the mass robbery.
> A statement given by the Walnut Creek Police Department (WCPD)
> stated that they had arrested three people in connection to the
> robbery, two on the scene and one shortly after when they
> responded to multiple, frantic 911 calls from Nordstrom
> employees. The other individuals have eluded justice at the time
> of writing, though the WCPD says it has not yet finished
> reviewing security footage. One of the individuals, an
> unidentified woman, was charged with illegal possession of a
> firearm, and all three are facing charges of possession of
> burglary tools, possession of stolen property, and conspiracy to
> commit burglary, according to the WCPD statement.
> The total amount of property stolen remains unknown, but given
> the sheer number of thieves, and their direct route to the most
> expensive goods, the total value of all the stolen goods is
> presumed to be high.
> Some bystanders at the nearby P.F. Chang restaurant watched the
> episode, and the restaurant manager, Brett Barrette, who wisely
> locked the doors as the shocked diners looked on, went on to
> describe the incident as something like “a scene out of a movie.”
> “We probably saw 50 to 80 people in ski masks, crowbars, a bunch
> of weapons. They were looting the Nordstrom’s right here. And I
> thought they were going to start beating cars. I had to start
> locking doors, lock the front door, lock the back door. There
> was a mob of people. The police were flying in. It was like a
> scene out of a movie. It was insane,” Barrette told KGO-TV.
> This isn’t the first time the “flash mob” of criminals has
> suddenly descended upon a store and then fled within minutes.
> Looters raided the Louis Vuitton store in Union Square, San
> Francisco following on the heels of a Wednesday raid on Louis
> Vuitton in Chicago’s Oakbrook suburb. Union Square was also host
> to a raid on the Neiman Marcus store in July.
> There is speculation that the mass robberies, standing out for
> their sheer brazenness, may be encouraged by policies such as
> Proposition 47, passed by California voters in 2014, which makes
> shoplifting of less than $950 of goods a misdemeanor. This means
> that some thieves may not even face any real attempt to arrest
> them, especially in light of the blatant denial of the problem
> itself by officials in places like San Francisco, in shock
> contrast to the experience many common people and retailers both
> great and small have of the surge in theft of all types.
> The “nothing is wrong” approach may not be sitting well with the
> people actually experiencing sudden mass raids by armed, masked
> thugs. Some in San Francisco are calling for the removal of the
> woke regime.
> “The mayor and her entire team should resign. You can’t really
> run a retail enterprise if you have to board up the windows five
> weeks before the critical Christmas selling season,” John
> Chachas, whose family owns luxury retailer Gump’s in Union
> Square, told the San Francisco Chronicle.