US Cities see “unexplained” rise in violent crimes this year.

CHICAGO (AP) — Violent crimes – from homicides and rapes to robberies – have been on the rise in many major U.S. cities, yet experts can’t point to a single reason why and the jump isn’t enough to suggest there’s a trend.Still, it is stumping law enforcement officials, who are seeking a way to combat the problem.”It’s being reported on at local levels, but in my view, it’s not getting the attention at the national level it deserves,” FBI Director James Comey said recently. “I don’t know what the answer is, but holy cow, do we have a problem.

Source: US CITIES SEE UNEXPLAINED RISE IN VIOLENT CRIMES THIS YEAR – News from The Associated Press

Really? They can’t figure it out? Heck, we were expecting a climb a while back and said so. Florida did show small increases in some violent crimes in 2015. Maybe the data got processed by certain politically correct filters and you missed it coming or willingly chose to ignore.

Some in law enforcement have speculated that a climate after the 2014 fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, has made officers reticent about taking the steps needed to stop crime, but Stephens says that tough scrutiny on policing has always been part of the job, even if it’s “more visible, more strident” now.

F.I.D.O. (Fuck It, Drive On) is the procedure some (more than some) LEOs from specific police departments are taking after Ferguson and Baltimore. And you cannot blame them when the political city masters are willing to sacrifice them for job security. And before you bitch about how it is their job and are getting paid for it, let’s remember that  police not only has no duty to protect you but even they have leeway on enforcing the laws.

I will also add that we are getting a huge influx of inmates released into society. Thanks to a policy of making every silly shit a felony, we are now invaded by people who may have committed non-violent offenses, but survived what is called the Gladiator School inside our prisons. These are people who may have not belonged to gangs outside, but the needed to do so in the inside to keep breathing. Do not imagine they will suddenly become deacons in their local churches just because they were released from prison.

I figure we have two things coming: More violent crime (which the media will cry and moan about) and more defensive uses of guns (which the media will not adapt to easily but may eventually come to “accept”.)

And with the volatility in political “expression” this year, you better be ready to see some serious crap coming your way.

Lock & Load.

PS: Pray for a calm hurricane season.

 

4 Replies to “US Cities see “unexplained” rise in violent crimes this year.”

  1. “…experts can’t point to a single reason why …”

    That’s because there isn’t one SINGLE cause for the increase! Like nearly all problems that have to do with human behavior, there are nearly as many causes as there are people.

    Statists love to “identify” the “one” cause of any problem because it’s easier to solve one problem rather admit the issue is complex and is unlikely to be resolved at a stroke. In addition, it allow them to shape the discussion as they wish. Whether it is poverty, discrimination, or the ever popular “easy access” to guns, the “one solution” folks find ample justification for ever more and ever more intrusive programs to cure these ills.




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    1. Statists love to “identify” the “one” cause of any problem because it’s easier to solve one problem rather admit the issue is complex and is unlikely to be resolved at a stroke.

      That right there….




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  2. Chicago Police Patrol Officers call it going fetal. Don’t believe me, go to Second City Cop blog and see for yourself. One result, Murders in Chicago are up, and challenging records from the bloody 1990s.

    They can see what happened to Darren Wilson in Ferguson and the six officers in Baltimore. They see what is happening to their fellow Chicago officers. Simple cause and effect, but it beyond the ken of our educated elites. Almost like they are stupid or brain damaged?




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  3. FBI Director James Comey:
    ”It’s being reported on at local levels, but in my view, it’s not getting the attention at the national level it deserves”

    Dave:
    “Shut up, you greedy government teat-sucking idiot. My barber says I need a haircut, too.”

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    OF COURSE the F.L.E.A. says we need more federal involvement. What else could he possibly think?




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