Sunday, February 6, 2022

If Unrest Soars In America Will Looters Be Shot?; California Jewelry Store Owner Pulls Gun to Thwart Robbers: 'Nobody's doing anything'

If Unrest Soars In America Will Looters Be Shot?
An interesting question to ponder centers on social unrest and whether those with the job to protect property would follow orders if told to shoot looters. Of course, the type of violence I'm alluding to extends far beyond anything we have seen in America or most western countries. Why people loot and how governments react is the issue. You can call it martial law if you like, but whatever name you place on it, those holding the power and the guns make the final decision.
Progressive leaders in some areas are no longer treating theft of $950 or less as felonies but as misdemeanors. This has led to a wave of smash-and-grab robberies. How do you stop this sort of growing social disorder from getting out of hand? Of course, the flaw in thinking you can create a goon squad to control the masses is that your enforcers may begin to sympathize with those they are employed to suppress.
Considering how the military is moving towards more automated weapons that kill, it is difficult to think these weapons will not eventually find their way into law enforcement. To those in power, the great thing about robots and mechanical autonomous guards is they will carry out their missions as programed. Rest assured when push comes to shove those displaced from the job market and only able to scrape by will find they are only given enough to ensure they remain docile and behave. If and when this becomes an issue conflict and violence will rise.
Before his death, famed physicist Stephen Hawking warned that Earth is headed for a “catastrophic ending” as a result of rising inequality fueled by robots that grow increasingly smarter by the day. Hawking's dire prediction came as robots and artificial intelligence started to take over human jobs. The McKinsey Global Institute predicts some 800 million people around the world will be displaced out of their jobs by 2030 as a result of automation.
Without jobs, we stand the risk of losing our relevance in society. This creates a scenario of misery and conflict with many people displaced and those with little to lose fighting to merely survive. The topic of our future and culture always circles back to and is directly linked to the issue of jobs vanishing as automation and an army of robots march into our workplace. This can result in a future that takes on a very grim dystopian appearance. The fear of being replaced by a robot or seeing your job being outsourced or eliminated is on the rise. --->READ MORE HERE
California jewelry store owner pulls gun to thwart robbers: 'Nobody's doing anything':
Usman Bhatti says thieves keep hitting stores in Bay Area, believe they can get away with it
A California jewelry store owner, who stopped smash-and-grab-robbers in their tracks with his legally owned handgun, spoke out Tuesday as a crime surge continues in the area.
Owner of Maaz Jewelers Usman Bhatti joined "Fox & Friends" to discuss the thwarted attack and the recent string of smash-and-grab robberies and other crimes in the Bay Area.
"It was terrible… those incidents had started like in October, so it's been like four months," Bhatti told Carley Shimkus. "And then we [have] all been waiting for that moment, you know, like they're going everywhere."
He said he believes softer policies by liberal prosecutors are why criminals continue to strike.
"They know they will get away with that, and then nothing has happened so far, and… nobody's doing anything," Bhatti said. "They got all the surveillance videos… they have been working on them but haven't heard anything." --->WATCH and READ MORE HERE
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