SSDR wrote:The ideologies that would accept this statement are anarchism, radical liberalism, libertarianism, and neo Marxism.
I'm pretty sure that ANY rational individual who is well informed, would accept my "statement"
SSDR wrote:How do you feel about down ridden communities? Where excessive drug usage, social corruption, social chaos, and personal property vandalism are all common place? (Flatten tires, burned homes, apartment break ins, ghetto, etc.)
How do you feel of gang violence? How about hoods? Or potheads who like to joke around in a frustrating way?
I don't know if you have an agenda, or you have been simply "misguided" by the evil guys...
What you're "exhibiting" here is a technique of propaganda: mixing up harmless deeds or minor annoyances("excessive drug usage". potheads who like to joke around) with actual crime, sometime very serious crime (gang violences, burned homes, apartment break ins) - the intentions here is to suggest that all are as serious as the most serious one. Similar to what feminists do mixing up groping and cat calling with rape, all under umbrella terms like "sexual assault", "sexual abuse" with the intention of suggesting that all is rape or all is as serious as rape.
You also threw in some "undefined" things from an objective perspective, which probably have a certain audience that will "recognize" those terms("social corruption", "social chaos") .
As for your actual questions, it's rather irrelevant "how I feel about..." simply because "the system" is not concerned mainly with your "complaints" (but if you really want to know, I have no reason to believe that drug consumption leads to "run down" neighbourhoods, it's a bit the other way around)
SSDR wrote:based on your posts, you have a radical liberal approach to criminals.
I already told you something about "criminals":
It doesn't make much sense to talk about "criminals" in general, as it will include large numbers of victims abused by an unfair system.
But you don't seem to understand what I said.
Here's some very interesting data:
Persons arrested 2017:
Nationwide, law enforcement made an estimated 10,554,985 arrests in 2017.
Of these arrests,
518,617 were for violent crimes (beatings, rape, robberies, shooting, murder, etc.)
1,249,757 were for property crimes (theft, burglary, vandalism, arson, etc.) + 188,350 vandalism
1,632,921 drug abuse violations
990,678 driving under the influence (I disagree that most of these should be arrested, but whatever)
So... you have violent people + thieves & vandalisers + druggies + drunk drivers .. and guess what??
They DON'T ADD UP TO EVEN HALF OF ALL THOSE ARRESTED!
Guess what? We have a problem here! A very, very BIG problem! What are the other arrests for?
Well there are somewhere between 20.000 and 300.000 criminal laws or civil laws that can be prosecuted criminally(no one knows their number, not even within a large margin of error - but they "must be obeyed")
What is that if not totalitarianism?