Have you noticed that people don’t treat each other with the same level of respect and courtesy as they once did?
Everywhere I look people are treating each other badly, and that should alarm us all.
Perhaps we can blame it on the pandemic, as the restrictions authorities have put in place across the country have definitely put people in a bad mood.
And of course, the fact that this is an election year certainly doesn’t help matters. But I see people who are supposed to be on the same side treating each other with extreme contempt.
Every industry, every activity that involves human contact is stifled by government mandates and regulations. Two music legends have had enough
Conservatives fight with Conservatives, Liberals fight with Liberals, Christians fight with Christians, and over the past year I’ve seen families split up all over the place.
Hearts are getting so cold, and all the strife and discord we are witnessing makes me wonder what things will be like when economic conditions in this country really start to crumble.
There is so much anger and frustration in the air right now, and we certainly see that reflected in the crime numbers. For example, burglaries in San Francisco are reported to have increased 42% so far this year …
In San Francisco, burglaries have increased by 42% in the first 9 months of this year, compared to the same period in 2019. In the North District, which includes Pacific Heights, the Marina, North Beach and Cow Hollow, it is up 59%. In the mission, 79% and in the Richmond up 50%.
In some neighborhoods, the same criminals come back again and again, and things got so bad that a resident recently admitted that she “couldn’t sleep at night” …
Thieves return to the same homes and neighborhoods in the same week, sometimes a day apart.
“It’s a big wave of crime right now. these are home burglaries and it’s scary. I can’t sleep at night anymore, ”said Iryna Gorb.
I can’t even imagine what it must be like lying in my bed wondering if this will be the night the burglars come back.
In addition to home invasions, San Francisco is also seeing an alarming number of stores hit …
And that doesn’t just happen to homes. A video from a Pacific Heights food market a week and a half ago shows a suspect installing a blowtorch on the store window.
When he’s not moving, he comes back and tries to throw a planter to get in.
We’re seeing similar scenes unfold across America every night these days, and it will only get worse in the months to come.
On the east coast, New York has also seen a 42% increase in burglaries so far in 2020, and the number of shootings is up 91% …
Since the start of the year, there has been a 91% increase in shooting incidents across the city, a 42% increase in burglaries and a 33% decrease in hate crimes.
Considering the fact that hundreds of thousands of people have already left New York, there shouldn’t be so many people to shoot, but these are the numbers the authorities are giving us.
And sometimes people are murdered without a gun. I have to admit I was very disturbed when I recently heard what happened to a man on a Manhattan subway platform …
A man died after being stabbed multiple times in the legs following a dispute over a Manhattan subway station in New York on Saturday, officials revealed.
The attack took place just before 3 p.m. on the platform of the northbound J / Z train in Chambers Street station, near City Hall, where the victim, in his 20s, was trapped in an argument with another man, who is believed to be in his thirties.
How cold does your heart have to be to attack someone like this?
Sadly, acts of extreme violence occur so frequently in our major cities now that they barely make the headlines. In the middle of the country, murders and shootings in Chicago have both increased by more than 50% in 2020, and it is reported that “dozens of children” under the age of 10 have been shot dead in the past nine months …
The Windy City – like others across the country – has seen an increase in violent crime this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic, mass layoffs and nationwide unrest. Murders and shootings are up 52% from the same period last year, according to police data, and dozens of children under 10 have been shot dead, some fatally.
This is what America has become.
We have become a place where children under 10 are regularly slaughtered.
Most of us depend on the police to protect us from this type of violence, but they are also regularly shot. Here’s just one example that made the headlines today …
A shootout over the weekend left a Myrtle Beach police officer dead and another injured, according to a press release from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.
Police were responding to a domestic violence call on Saturday night. Authorities say gunshots were exchanged between them and a suspect after a confrontation.
The thin varnish of civilization that we all take for granted on a daily basis is gradually disappearing, and it doesn’t just happen in big cities.
Some of the worst crimes of all happen in less populated areas, and if you’re in doubt, check out this example.
For decades, we have been raising children in an environment where traditional moral values have been relegated to the fringes of society, and therefore we should not be surprised that our society is literally falling apart at the seams all around us.
And if you think what we’ve been through so far is bad, wait until we have a few more years.
Chaos and violence on our streets have become the norm, and our society now teaches us that it is perfectly okay to hate yourself.
Treating others the way you want to be treated is such a simple concept, but it works.
Sadly, most of the population has rejected the simple values that once united our nation, and our society will therefore continue to crumble all around us as we plunge into a deeply uncertain future.
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