Is BLM To Blame for Increased Crime?

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I appeared on Newsmax’s National Report this morning to give my take on what is increasing the rate of crime and violence across the country.

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Author: rafael.nieves


35 thoughts on “Is BLM To Blame for Increased Crime?

  1. Man people are idiots, these petty agendas are gonna get the same people killed. When they beg for the same police department to help them and assist them in crimes committed against them. But at the same time they stay on the “defund the police” agenda. I’ve seen this shit happen in video games and I hate how it’s happening in real life. Police are here to help and protect the community, not harm and hurt the community.

  2. Mike is correct. Read The Destroyer: Mugger Blood. I thought it was crazy when I read it years ago, now I see so many elements of it playing out.

  3. I remember an older black woman comparing the situation in the black community to “a bucket of crabs, all crawling over each other to get out.”

  4. As a black man, BLM embarrasses the hell out of me. I never have and never will embrace that ideology, and the true reason behind it has been politicized and corrupted beyond comprehension. We need to come together, stop making excuses, stop blaming, and start coming up with concrete solutions to help this country move forward in the right direction. At the ripe young age of 43, I have an application in progress to join the Philadelphia police academy, and that's me playing a tiny little part in coming up with solutions… instead of blaming and making excuses.

  5. The walls of Jericho were destroyed, but the curse upon those who put energies into rebuilding them remains. How childish do these cowardly civic "leaders" appear…, even in moonlight.

  6. “Reimagine” dialing 911 and being given the option of ambulance or fire services only while defending yourself, your family and your property is deemed a crime.

  7. I can't say they are to blame 100%. But they are a part of the problem.

    Those "re-imagine" people are mindless fucking drones. It's disgusting. And the videos showing those attacks… that's why I carry everywhere. If I'm not allowed… I just don't go to those places. Those attacks are so disturbing. Anyone could be a victim of shit like that. Anyone.

  8. There’s a top down emphasis on disrupting all of our existing systems for the sake of implementing an ideological ‘answer’ that only has to sound good. Here’s an example of that that has nothing to do with Policing or prosecution, but the convergence of “green energy” and agriculture.
    (From a telegram post)
    An acquaintance farms over 10,000 acres of corn in the midwest. The property is spread out over 3 counties.
    > His operation is a "partnership farm" with John Deere. They use the larger farm operations as demonstration projects for the promotion and development of new equipment.
    > He recently received a phone call from his John Deere representative, and they want the farm to go to electric tractors and combines starting in the near future. He currently has 5 diesel combines that cost $900,000 each that are traded in every 3 years. He also owns over 10 really BIG tractors.
    > On a subsequent long phone call to clarify the particulars of this news, he asked the following questions:
    > "How do I charge the batteries in the combines when they are 3 counties away from the shop in the middle of a cornfield, in the middle of nowhere? Or…How do I get a 50,000+ lb combine that takes up the width of an entire road back to the shop 20 miles away when the batteries go dead?"
    > "When the corn is ready to harvest, it has to have the proper sugar and moisture content. If it is too wet, it has to be put in giant dryers that burn natural or propane gas, and lots of it. Harvest time is critical because if it degrades in sugar content or quality, it can drop the value of his crop by half a million dollars or more, and it is analyzed at time of sale. How do I run them 24 hours a day for 10 or 12 days straight when the harvest is ready, and the weather is coming in?”
    > "When these combines or tractors need fuel, a tanker truck delivers it, and the machines can keep going. What power distribution mechanism is available in the field to charge the electric combine batteries……and how much time for a full charge?"
    > There was dead silence on the other end of the phone.
    > A subsequent phone call from someone at John Deere more knowledgeable than the representative said, “Just to let you know, we're working on an answer to your questions.” I found it almost unfathomable that these important questions had not been researched and an answer readily available.
    > The Deere representative did say, "We are being pushed by the radical Dems in the government to force electric machines on the American farmer”.
    > These politicians, like the recent new car sales mandates in the state of Washington, are out of control. They are now messing with the production of food crops that feed people and livestock… all in the name of their "green dream" with no thought about how to realistically achieve their objective

  9. Nah, selective prosecutors are the big reason. If you don’t even charge the people who were arrested committing crimes, what’s the point in even having the laws on the books let alone having the police to enforce those laws.

  10. How about 3 years of training before you can become a cop? The more education they get, the better they can do their jobs.

  11. I would say, uh NO DO say this is the most important videos Mike The Cop has uploaded since he started doing live streams. American society is mushrooming like a Tsar Bomba mess of an "Us vs Them" disaster at an alarming rate. Please don't stop trying to advocate for people to meet each other halfway Mike the Cop, don't !

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