“While I don’t endorse thieving as selfish individual act. In the momentum of progressive civil disobedience/disorder to bring attention to a grave injustice, I endorse any revolutionary acts of looting, burning, shooting, killing, etc., as long as it is in the line of self-defense! This is an example of organize/unorganized chaos. The incentive is encouragement toward an equal society with grasp toward equal benefits governed by natural law and/or social contract. If the lawmakers are not following the laws that governs society, Why should we!” Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere – African American Defense League
We need to reexamine looting.
Regarding its critics, let me start by saying that, at the level of determining solid community building options, critics of looting are right: it’s not productive. What is built from looting? Not much. Certainly nothing in the concrete world. On top of that, looting is illegal. It is against the law to break into a building and take what’s inside of it out. I don’t think anybody is confused about that, or believes that taking things out of a liquor store or burning down a Little Caesars should be confused with an urban renewal initiative. None of this, however, means that looting has no merit as an act.
Looting is a response, not an opportunity. Looting doesn’t randomly happen. Looting is what happens after something else has happened to a group of people that feel disenfranchised. There are not bands of random black people running…
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