The Invasion of America

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Tucker Carlson is easily the best thing on US TV.
Much better than the lightweights Fox fields. such as Brett Biaer or whteer his name is.
Laura Ingraham is pretty good on the culture wars.

It's clearly a similar figure in Ireland, but we can't know for sure, because almost all our journalists are too lazy or incompetent to ferret out these figures.
And GoD can't do everything.
 
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After Proposition 47: Crime and No Consequences in California | National Review After Proposition 47: Crime and No Consequences in California
California’s Proposition 47 downgraded a variety of “non-serious, nonviolent crimes” that had previously been considered felonies to misdemeanors. These include shoplifting, grand theft, receiving stolen property, forgery, fraud, and writing bad checks. As long as the total value of the stolen property is under $950, only a ghost of an offense has occurred. A thief may now steal something under that limit on a daily basis and it will never rise to felony status.
In the event that a perpetrator is pursued and apprehended, the consequence can be a small fine or a brief stay in jail, In reality, these repercussions are rare. In addition, DNA samples aren’t collected from misdemeanor offenders. Thus the DNA database has shrunk, making it more difficult for law-enforcement agencies to solve cold cases, including those involving rape and murder.
The underlying premise of Proposition 47 was to free up funds so the state could focus on violent and serious offenders. Savings would be diverted to school-based prevention and support programs, victim services, and mental-health and drug treatment. Therefore petty thieves, who might be drug addicts, would avoid costly and ultimately detrimental incarceration. The referendum had the support of California Democratic party and the American Civil Liberties Union, and the state’s voters passed it into law in 2014.
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Residents who are experiencing an uptick in so-called low-level crimes in their neighborhoods are baffled by studies indicating otherwise. For example, a December 2017 Center on Criminal and Juvenile Justice report shows property crimes down by an average of 18.1 percent across the state. Those numbers are false, says Michael Rushford, president of the Sacramento-based Criminal Justice Legal Foundation, a nonprofit public-interest law organization: “More, not fewer, of these crimes are being committed, but people aren’t reporting them. In most cases they have to do it online, and they end up not doing it. They don’t believe anything will happen, so don’t see the point. And they’re right.”
Its happening across the west, where mass immigration has ment that the legal and policing services are overwhelmed with the mass crime waves they introduce, and so are decriminalising petty crimes, theft, shop lifting etc..

Proposition 47 lowered criminal sentences for drug possession, theft, shoplifting, identity theft, receiving stolen property, writing bad checks and check forgery from felonies that can bring prison terms to misdemeanors that often bring minimal jail sentences.

While researchers can link the measure to more theft, they found it did not lead to the state’s increase in violent crime.

Violent crime spiked by about 13 percent after Proposition 47 passed, but researchers said the trend started earlier and was mainly because of unrelated changes in crime reporting by the FBI and the Los Angeles Police Department.

The FBI broadened its definition of sexual crimes in 2014, while the LAPD improved its crime reporting after previously underreporting violent crimes. If it weren’t for those changes, researchers found California’s violent crime rate would have increased 4.7 percent from 2014 to 2016.

Researchers compared California’s crime trends to those in other states with historically similar trends. They found the increase in California’s violent crime rate was less than that of comparison states, but larcenies jumped in California as they declined elsewhere.
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Recent data from the F.B.I. show that San Francisco has the highest per-capita property crime rate of the nation’s top 50 cities. About half the cases here are thefts from vehicles, smash-and-grabs that scatter glittering broken glass onto the sidewalks.
Assuming they realise they have lost the battle already trying to keep the minor laws and are trying to focus on murder and rape, which really is a sure sign the system is collapsing, and you are seeing the results of these changes across california. But at least because they arent arresting people for these crimes anymore they can say crime states are down, all you have to do is stop arresting people and crime stats go down.

The top prosecutor in one of Texas' largest counties is taking a softer on crime approach. New Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot (D) recently announced his office will no longer prosecute most misdemeanor theft and marijuana crimes. Specifically, Creuzot says he will not pursue charges against thefts of what he calls "necessary items," such as food, with a value under 750 dollars. His office is also dismissing all misdemeanor marijuana cases filed before he took office with only a few exceptions, and he will not prosecute most first-time marijuana offenses.
Some areas are going further
One of the new city resolutions requires officers who question immigrants about status to also say that their questions about immigration need not be answered. The other resolution directs police to avoid arrests for misdemeanors, including those for smoking marijuana, having drug paraphernalia, and taking part in petty theft — crimes that city data shows frequently end in arrests of black and Latino residents.

While Austin is among the country’s first so-called freedom cities, it’s part of a wider movement around decriminalizing low-level offenses and decreasing arrests. According to Local Progress, a national network of progressive city officials, some council members in El Paso and Dallas are also considering “freedom city” proposals.

“Poor people of color in our city are over-punished and over-incarcerated,” said Greg Casar, an Austin City Councilman who pushed for the resolutions. “If people are being arrested less, we can also prevent people from being put in the deportation pipeline.”

“We found that black and Latino residents comprised 75% of discretionary arrests for driving with licenses invalid in the city even though they are 45% of the population of the city,” Casar said. “Black residents are seven times more likely to be arrested for low-level marijuana violations despite having comparable rates of usage of marijuana to white residents.”

Casar said the new rules could prevent up to 1,000 low-level arrests each year. Austin police arrest around 30,000 people a year.
The same in happening in germany
Police in the overrun German town of Kiel have stopped pursuing shoplifting and property damage crimes committed by refugees.

Overwhelmed with the sheer number of cases, officers have been instructed to ignore the petty crimes because prosecuting the offenders – Muslim refugees – is too much of a burden for local prosecutors. Most arrested didn’t have any identifying documentation, making for a huge workload,The Daily Caller is reporting. The city’s police chief denied the allegations, but the German outletKieler Nachrichten
reported Thursday that there was a tacit agreement between police and prosecutors not to take fingerprints or photos of migrants who commit the minor crimes if their identity couldn’t quickly be established. Chief Thomas Bauchrowitz said “a criminal complaint was filed in every case,” but it was quickly pointed out that just because a complaint was filed doesn’t mean there was any prosecutorial follow up.

Around Germany, police are overwhelmed and under fire for covering up crimes committed by migrants after the mass sexual assaults occurred in Cologne and other cities. Officials have told the press they are “scared” the truth will come across as “politically awkward” and benefit the anti-immigrant right-wing.
Dutch minister resigns over manipulated report of crimes committed by asylum-seekers The dutch are just not reporting the crimes, see no evil etc... lots of monkey business turning the bling eye.

Canada is following suit
Across Canada, people accused of petty crimes like shoplifting, minor assault and fraud are walking free — because the justice system doesn't have time to deal with their cases, as it struggles to move more serious crimes through the courts.

The president of Canadian Association of Crown Counsel says cases involving less serious crimes are either being dropped outright or shunted into restorative justice programs. He called it a regular occurrence, though specific numbers weren't available.

"At some point, we have to make a decision: what crimes do you want us not to prosecute?" said Rick Woodburn, whose organization represents 7,500 Crowns across the country.

"And as you can see, it starts falling off the bottom. And sooner or later, we're going to decriminalize, because we're not prosecuting certain types of offences."

Prosecutors are choosing to focus on major crimes like homicides and sexual assaults because of what's known as the Jordan decision. A Supreme Court of Canada ruling issued in July 2016 that found the drug convictions of Barrett Richard Jordan had to be set aside because of an unreasonable delay.
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Despite all that, Woodburn said he hasn't seen many changes on the ground.

"Our justice system is crumbling both on a federal level and provincial level, and resources need to be injected in order to make sure it doesn't fall apart completely."
A lot of this is general decay in the west, places like canada are corrupt to their core from chinese money laundering and bribes etc... but the mass immigration is now caving in whats left regards law and order. This place is not going to be any different, expect lots more shit on your streets.
 

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Transportation Security Administration has allowed migrants released from the custody of other Homeland Security agencies to board flights to other parts of the country despite the passengers lacking any of the 15 documents it states are the only acceptable forms of identification.! TSA allowing illegal migrants to fly without proper documents
 
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