They need chaos because if things are swell — the society is civil, and our institutions and economy are functioning — then revolution is impossible.
As such, the quickest way to anarchy, these diabolical Marxists have figured out, is to get rid of the thin blue line.
The Democrat Left has exploited the very awful death of George Floyd in Minneapolis to push its plan to demonize, delegitimize, and eliminate as many police departments in urban centers and counties as possible, and they don’t care about the consequences.
If people have to die — and they will — no problem.
But the rising tides of violence that will ensue as police departments are ‘defunded’ and cops eliminated from the streets won’t be the only thing that kills Americans. Many are likely to starve to death as well, because the trucking companies that haul in food and supplies won’t be going into lawless cities.
Cities that decide to cut their police funding could be cutting their own supply lines, too.
That was the message a trucking executive carried to “Fox & Friends First” on Wednesday, and it’s something urban politicians — in the thrall of Black Lives Matter rioters and antifa anarchists — should be seriously considering unless they think citizens can start growing their own food.
Because if it’s not safe for truckers to carry goods — they just might not do it. And trucking companies won’t be willing to risk the business.
“Our first priority is to support our drivers and their safety when they’re on the road,” Mike Kucharski, who co-owns the Illinois-based JKC Trucking, told Fox News.
“Defunding the police is a bad idea because when you’re on the road, you have — you’re for weeks and days at a time, driving 11 hours with valuable cargo, everybody wants to steal this,” he added.
“There’s no safe place. Violence is everywhere. So, if you’re going to be having valuable cargo and there’s going to be no police to rely on, who’s going to protect our drivers?
“The states that are going to defund the police, we’re not going to go to because we’re trying to avoid those states for safety reasons,” Kurcharski noted further.
The trucking company co-owner says he’s trying to spread the word as far and wide as possible.
“These drivers have the right to refuse a load because they are worried about their own safety,” Kucharski told Wisconsin-based talk radio host Vicki McKenna during a June 30 interview.
“If these drivers all refuse to go into these areas, the food supply chain collapses. There’s going to be no more essential goods. The people in these states are going to run out of food. Then there’s going to be complete chaos. I’d say 72 hours and that’s it. The party’s over,” he noted.
And of course, he’s right.
Remember COVID-19? Of course, you do. We’re still dealing with it.
Well, back in early April as the pandemic swept the country, the disease began to spread through the trucking industry, endangering the supply chain (the vast majority of stores only have a few days’ worth of stock, like Kucharski said).
“What are we supposed to do when we’re in trouble?” Kucharski said in an interview with The Daily Caller this week.
“I mean … somebody wants to hijack the truck? Somebody beats up a driver? You know, hurts my driver? We’re not going to be able to help them, and we’re not going to be able to provide the backup for them to be safe,” he noted.
If you live in one of the cities where lunatic Democrat ‘revolutionaries’ are attempting to get rid of your police force, you need to start preparing to move now.