Friday, January 2, 2015
NYC Falls Into Lawless Anarchist Dystopia?
Ever since the shooting deaths of two NYPD officers, and also in response to anti-police protests across the country, the NYPD has been doing less and less of their job.
As you can expect, the entire city has fallen into utter lawless chaos. Remember Ferguson? Well, New York is currently making that look like a preschool playground kerfuffle.
All hell is breaking loose within the streets. Rioters are tossing cinder blocks through store windows, and the looters are following suit with looting and brawling that makes Black Friday look civil in comparison.
The entire streets are crammed with cars either turned over or robbed of their tires for crack money. Everything is blazing with flames as arsonists toss around Molotov cocktails as casually as water balloons.
And did I mention the gay sex orgies? I can’t forget about them. Never mind the NYC Pride Parade. Head on down to Staten Island where you can barely take a step without interrupting someone’s gay ménage à trois.
It’s utter madness! You’d think Bill De Blasio was usurped by the Joker and Bane. Nothing but crime everywhere. Theft. Shooting Sprees. Arson. Riots. Fire and brimstone coming down from the skies. Rivers and seas boiling. Forty years of darkness. Earthquakes. Volcanoes. The dead rising from the grave. Human sacrifice. Dogs and cats living together. Mass hysteria.
Oh, wait. None of that is happening.
Instead, as the New York Post reported, “overall arrests down 66 percent for the week starting Dec. 22 compared with the same period in 2013.”
Also, traffic violation citations are down by 94 percent, and so are summons for low-level offenses. Parking violations are down 92 percent, with drug arrests down by 84 percent.
So the city hasn’t fallen into chaos because the cops stopped doing their jobs. If anything, the city is more orderly than ever.
Gee, if only cops across the nation decided to follow suit and stop doing their jobs. Perhaps we could experience this same level of lawless anarchy.