Sunday, August 14, 2016

Urban Renewal BLM Style

Step 1,
Riot and burn down the businesses and infrastructure in the very neighborhoods you live in after every cop shoots a young black man.




Step 2, Realize that you have just burned down the businesses and infrastructure in your own neighborhoods.



Step 3, Start crying to the government about not having any stores to shop at or decent places to live in your neighborhood.



Step 4.

Profit.


10 comments:

  1. so..the insurance companies pay out...the auto companies sell new cop cars...its called "rebuilding the infrastucture"

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  2. Fuck 'em.
    That's why their neighborhoods suffer from blight.

    No one wants to invest in a place where they burn it down every 10 years or so....

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  3. Lot of places never recover.

    Bad luck, right?

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  5. They know that if they come to YT's neighborhoods and pull that shit they'll never make it back home to da hood! They're not the sharpest crayon in the box but they're not suicidal either.

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