The Underlying Cause of the Riots


The underlying cause of the recent riots can be traced primarily to three groups: young people, the media and local inner-city governments.  What connects these three groups together is socialism.

If you want to know what socialism looks like, just watch the riots.The young people riot, the media endorse the riots, and the violence that comes with them, and the city governments just stand back and watch their cities burn.

For some, riots is one of the preferred ways to bring about social change.  One such person is Hawk Newsome. In a television interview, Newsome, president of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York, made some rather interesting remarks about the riots.  You’ll probably love or hate what he had to say:

  • Newsome compared modern-day protests to The Boston Tea Party, saying: “The white supremacists who built this country never earned anything peacefully. They did it through bullets and blood.  And that’s the American way.” Comment: In other words, the riots are revolutionary acts. Problem is, I don’t think that a majority of people in this country are ready for revolution, especially when they feel that it’s okay to use the National Guard to quell riots. If you really mean what you say, you’d go burn down the headquarters of Google or Apple (the greedy, white supremacist capitalists) instead of lighting up your own black communities.
  • Newsome brought up the federal Fugitive Slave Acts of 1793 and 1850, which allowed for the capture and return of enslaved people. Comment: I guess he simply forgot to mention the Emancipation Proclamation of 1862.  Lest we all forget, the slavery issue resulted in the Civil War where some 620,000 to 850,000 soldiers died to free the slaves. For me, that’s the American way.

Although protests about racism are presumably about social justice, there’s a lot more to it than that. For example, racism is being used by politicians as a shield to avoid talking about the serious problems in the Black community – problems like crime, drug addiction and high unemployment. The inner cities all over America are festering and rotting. The local city governments are doing next to nothing to solve the problems. Check out Detroit or Baltimore to see what it really looks like. Or Chicago – Chicago is the murder capital of the world. On the weekend of the George Floyd shooting, 50 people were shot in Chicago, most of which were black-on-black crimes. However, nobody is protesting for those victims and the media ignores the story.

ZeroHedge reported on the Chicago shootings – link (

The inner cities are virtually all run by socialist-style city governments. Riots are simply a means to a political end, a tool to divide and conquer. If you want to know what comes next, pay attention to the growing movement to abolish the police. It’s right out of the Marxist playbook of Rules For Radicals, courtesy of Saul Alinsky.


“If you and your community have been brought up with a respect for law enforcement, if you have come to see police as friends or even friends of the family, that doesn’t serve our Marxist, revolutionary purpose…Our goal right now is to abolish police. It’s to completely reimagine our social order.” – Marc Lamont Hill, CNN political contributor



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