|Richard J. Daley, Mayor of Chicago, |
"The police are not there to create disorder, they're there to preserve disorder."
-Mayor of Chicago, Richard J. Daley, 1968
|Another big box retailer out-of-business leaving a junkyard|
in its wake
Upholding the myths of "economy" has been challenging, but not impossible. People have just started to see the terrible injustice of the foreclosure fraud and the robo-signing that helped throw people out into the street. Still, acres and acres of abandoned industrial land sit decaying across America. With prices and risk too artificially high for good money to come in and buy out the bad, these piles of steel and concrete junkyards will remain until the economic criminals are stopped. And the situation is the same all over the world.
"A functioning police state needs no police."
-William S. Burroughs
Surely, any policeman, as well as any American, doesn't want their neighborhood sold off to the highest foreign bidder because of imposed austerity. They have to live in the neighborhood with their families, too.