It’s like watching the Vandals sack Rome.

There is no saving California.  I can’t imagine that state taking the initiative to do what it needs to, to reverse this.  It’s all down hill from here.

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By J. Kb

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  1. It will be interesting when – I think not if, at this point – these mobs start to hit the mansions of the bay area tech elite.

      1. You mean the guys who — if they stay on the job — will be doxxed and harassed and their families threatened for the rest of time because they choose to defend “the 1%”?

        Those armed guards?

  2. To fix things I think you’d have to revert California back to a territory and just go full military governance.

      1. There’s still some decent real estate out there, and not EVERYONE in California is irredeemable (okay, a lot of the smarter ones are leaving, but still).

        1. California is a cancer. It sits there and rots. A good portion of the “smart ones” seem to be moving and continuing their current voting habits, metastasizing in their new locales.

          As others have mentioned, the level of crime is directly proportional to the peoples’ tolerance level. In states where only the elite make policy, like Cali, nothing will change until they start feeling the pain.

        2. Toast, I think if you were to limit John’s suggestion to a 20 mile strip along the coast, you’d be in reasonably good shape with what remains.

  3. This shit will hit Seattle and Portland this coming spring. Mark my words.

    We’re already at the brazen shoplifting and open re-selling of stolen goods phase where California was two or three years ago. Once the weather gets a bit nicer and the roving caravans of homeless return from their winter camps in greater Los Angeles, they’ll hike back up here… and they’ll be recruited as the grunts for the organized criminal gangs running these smash and grab flash mobs.

    Keep you eyes on Seattle’s Waterfront and Diamon District or Portland’s Pearl District and Jantzen Beach shopping center. That’s where the balloon will go up.

  4. California, in the interest of “racial and income equity and justice”, chose not to enforce their laws when violations were small and enforcement would have been easy. They were warned then, the problem would get worse.

    They chose not to enforce their laws when violations got worse and enforcement would have been less easy. They were warned again, the problem would get worse.

    Now, the violations are … I’m going with the word, “obscene” … and enforcement at this point would be next-to-impossible; the level of crack-down required to get it to stop now is almost equally obscene. And even now, they are being warned it can still get worse.

    And still, I expect they’ll double-down on “racial and income equity and justice”. They’ll hemorrhage businesses until the tax revenue drops below sustainable levels and the whole state collapses.

    Winston Churchill said about a similar escalation: “If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without blood shed; if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.”

    The California government opted to not intervene when it would have been easy, and now it’s nearly to the point where it will have to either perish in economic failure, or live on as a slave to the criminal class.

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