Who destroys the inner city?
Who is responsible for the poverty, the homelessness, the increased drug use, the despair of the inner city?
The government is responsible.
It is the government that is responsible for setting the rules, going after the criminals, and creating an environment that is productive for a healthy society.
When the government fails to crack down on gangs, criminality rises, drug use rises, extortion rises.
When the government cracks down on these illegal monsters, health returns to the city.
Why do governments and their officers, the politicians, fail to contain crime?
Is it because they’re stupid?
Or is it because they profit when criminality arises?
For far too long we have given politicians the benefit of the doubt by assuming that they are stupid.
But they are not stupid.
No one can be that stupid.
The modern-day politician, unhinged from morality, seduced by money and riches, gains the benefits that poverty produces.
Poverty is a money making business in America today.
It also ensures a weakened and poorly educated electorate that will continue to keep these horrible politicians in office.
Just as a drug dealer keeps his junkie dependent upon him, so the modern-day politician keeps his voters dependent upon him.
He does this by keeping them in a steady state of despair.
He enacts policies that are sure not to work.
Where is this practiced primarily? For sure, in the larger cities. It almost seems that a direct correlation exists between the size of the city and the number and gravity of problems it has.
And why is this?
Primarily because there is taxation without representation. You have one mayor for millions upon millions of people. Consequently, the people do not have proper access to the mayor. Even in a city of 4 million people where there is a city council system, it’s very difficult for the average citizen to gain contact with his councilman.
When this occurs, it would be better to break the larger districts apart into more manageable subdistricts.
Citizens would elect a sub-councilman, who, with the other sub-councilmen in that district, would elect the councilman.
In this way the citizen can know the guy who knows the guy.
But, such a change is unlikely to occur because the mayor, his cronies, and the councilmen will fight against this.
They will fight against this because the citizens will then encroach upon their moneymaking scams and schemes.
When there is better oversight, it’s more difficult for schemes and scams to occur.
To help foil our plans for better government, the schemers and scammers at the local level will reach to Corporate America to help them.
Ultimately, it is Corporate America who is responsible for this devastation and destruction within the inner city.
Corporate America makes a fortune off poverty. Corporate America builds, supplies and maintains the prisons.
Corporate America also profits handsomely off the welfare industry. Someone has to provide all the administrative supplies that are necessary to keep the poverty industry going.
There is a built-in incentive to keep the poverty going, to not fix things.
If things were fixed, if people were living productive lives, there would be no need for any of this government machinery to fix poverty because there would be little poverty to fix.
So, the poverty business is lucrative.
Now, who runs Corporate America. Who trains the officers of Corporate America.
Harvard University is the prime promulgator of corporatism within the United States.
But Harvard University’s corporatism is not a small business corporatism, but a large business corporatism, aka fascism, aka corporate socialism, aka crony capitalism.
Their vision is wrong.
Their vision is bad.
Their vision keeps poverty going.
Not surprisingly, Harvard and its mindset has found a way to weasel its way into most of the larger cities.
Thus the continuing destruction of the inner city.
LA: Eric Garcetti: Columbia, Oxford, London School of Economics (The Trifecta)
Chicago: Lori Lightfoot: University of Michigan, University of Chicago
NY: Bill de Blasio: NYU, Columbia
San Antonio: Julián Castro: Harvard
Portland: Ted Wheeler: Columbia, Stanford, Harvard
Of course, there are mayors who graduated from regular schools also. Generally, though, they are puppets who follow the lead of Harvard University and suck up to the claptrap that Harvard pumps out.
Why does Harvard pump out this claptrap?, Because the people who attend Harvard went there for a very specific reason. They wanted to be part of an elite class who makes a lot of money.
And that’s exactly what we have, isn’t it.
Of course, it’s all repackaged under the guise of helping people.
But it doesn’t.
It destroys people.
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