Ever since George Floyd acquired the status of Sainthood last summer, a significant portion of Americans embarked on a blood libel campaign of epic proportions against the white population. Should the radical Left see its agenda through, we’ll have defunded police and full-blown open borders. As American cities start looking more like failed statelets, power vacuums will invariably emerge. Last summer, we received an appetizer from the multicultural dish of social disarray when the Latin Kings street gang took charge of policing their neighborhoods in Chicago. With the US accelerating into Banana Republic status, criminal organizations like the Latin Kings will quickly pounce on any chance to fill a power vacuum and start gobbling up neighborhoods Americans are no longer willing to defend. Imbibing the cocktail of multiculturalism comes with nasty side effects. And one of those will likely be the veritable disintegration of public order. Will anyone bother to take a stand against this insanity? https://vdare.com/posts/black-lives-matter-insanity-is-leading-to-a-massive-rise-in-the-us-homicide-rate
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