It's a fun way to pass the time, becoming either a real estate maven or floundering in the mediocrity of going directly to jail and not collecting $200 along the way.
|No, water is not a human right. Neither is living in a safe city. It takes sacrifice and hard work.|
It's a well-known fact the worst property to own is the anemic Baltic and Mediterranean Avenues; even when owning both properties and building hotels on each, if your opponent lands on either space the damage to their pocketbook isn't significant.
Conversely, if you landed on either Park Place or Boardwalk and your opponent had built up hotels on those properties, the game would conceivably be over.
Cities in 2014 America are a lot like the various properties one can purchase in Monopoly, though reasons for one flourishing and another floundering must comply with the strict code set forth by the tenets of Black-Run America (BRA).
Though civic virtue is found conspicuously absent in 83 percent black Detroit, the proliferation of black pride never abates.
Even as the civilization blacks inherited from white flight literally recedes crumbles before our eyes, the attachment to peculiar racial chauvinism on the part of the majority population never subsides.
It's the equivalent of being proud to own only Baltic Avenue in the game of Monopoly and one of your opponents owning Mediterranean; sure, you'll never be able to have a monopoly, build houses and eventually a hotel, but by god this real estate is ours!
|Blacks collectively turned valuable real estate (Detroit) into nothing more than Baltic Avenue. In some cases, a Monopoly board is more valuable than a house in 83 percent black Detroit|
Which bring us to news out of 83 percent black Detroit that should be cause for immediate laughter from those paying attention to the racial nightmare unfolding in the former Paris of the West. [Detroit plans mass water shutoffs over $260M in delinquent bills, Detroit News, 3-21-2014]:
The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department has a message for Detroit residents and companies more than 60 days late on their water bills: We’re coming for you.With more than half of the city’s customers behind on payments, the department is gearing up for an aggressive campaign to shut off service to 1,500-3,000 delinquent accounts weekly, said Darryl Latimer, the department’s deputy director.
Including businesses, schools and commercial buildings, there are 323,900 Detroit water and sewerage accounts; 164,938 were overdue for a total of $175 million as of March 6. Residential accounts total 296,115; 154,229 were delinquent for a total of $91.7 million.
The department halts cutoffs through the winter because of complications associated with freezing temperatures, such as damaged pipes. But this spring, a new contractor has been hired to target those who are more than two months behind or who owe more than $150 — twice the average monthly bill of $75.
The department says it’s now ready to “catch up” with cutoffs halted because of the unusually harsh winter weather. DWSD is looking to show there are consequences associated with not paying water bills, Latimer said.
“Not everyone is in the situation where they can’t afford to pay,” he said. “It’s just that the utility bill is the last bill people choose to pay because there isn’t any threat of being out of service.”
People pay up more when they see the department out cutting off water to neighbors, and the statistics bear that out, officials said. In July, for example, before contractors started on the shutoffs, the department cut off 1,566 customers. That month, it collected $149,000 in water bills.
Extra contractors started working on cutoffs last summer. Attheir peak in October — before cold weather caused a halt to the disconnects — 3,700 cutoffs occurred.
The department collected more than $350,000 in overdue bills that month. That number of cutoffs translated to more than double for warm weather months compared to last year.
“We’re trying to shift the behavioral payment patterns of our customer base right now,” said Constance Williams-Levye, DWSD commercial operations specialist. “And so aggressively we’ll have a team of contractors coming in, in addition to our field teams.”
Up to 20 additional contractor crews are expected to be employed working on the cutoffs, DWSD officials said.Who would have thought black delinquency in paying water bills would be a way to stimulate the economy of Detroit and hire new employees as a means of collecting unpaid (let's be honest, these people will never, ever pay) bills?
Social capital, civic virtue, and duty to ones community take a back seat to black pride in 83 percent Detroit, where a near homogeneous population has created the real-life equivalent of Monopoly's Baltic Avenue.
Let's not forget this city, renowned for exclusively black-in-origin (what some call 'black-on-black') violence, recently saw its incompetent black police chief give members of Conservatism Inc. instant erections by endorsing a "shoot first, ask questions" mentality toward home invaders.
That no one dared ask why such crimes are tolerated, and how the fear of a black home invasion drove away productive white citizens (who pay their water bills!) is a sign all of America will one day be nothing more than Monopoly's Baltic Avenue. [Police chief encourages armed homeowners to fight back: 'You’re not going to have time to dial 911', Yahoo.com, 3-11-14]:
In Detroit, Michigan several incidences of armed homeowner involved shootings have been reported in recent weeks. According to WDIV Local 4, at least four cases have occurred where homeowners using guns to defend themselves, shot, and twice killed intruders or carjackers.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig told WDIV, “Lot of good Detroiters are fed up.” According to Deadline Detroit and The Detroit News , in an unusual declaration for a big city police chief, in January Craig stated that he thinks that if more Detroiters were legally armed, it would deter criminals. With the latest string of shootings, Craig talked to the station and reiterated his stance. “The message should be that, you know, people are going to protect themselves. They’re tired, they’ve been dealing with this epidemic of violence, they’re afraid and they have a right to protect themselves.”
Reports indicate that Chief Craig’s position on the issue of an armed citizenry changed after he served as the police chief of Portland, Maine in 2009. Craig served with the Los Angeles Police Department for 28 years where he said, “…it takes an act of Congress to get a concealed weapon permit.” Once in Portland, Craig found himself denying a “stack” of Carrying Concealed Weapon (CCW) permits in a state where many CCWs are handed out. But he says, “I changed my orientation real quick. Maine is one of the safest places in America. Clearly, suspects knew that good Americans were armed.”
Chief Craig told WDIV, “If you are confronted with an immediate threat to your safety, you’re not going to have time to dial 911, you know. I mean, so it becomes an issue of, the threat’s here, I have to respond to the threat.” Though he does make it known that the threat needs to be coming at a homeowner and armed citizens cannot chase a suspect down with a gun. In those cases, 911 needs to be called upon.Maine is safe because there are few, if any, blacks. Regardless of the amount of guns, it's the lack of blacks that makes Portland, Maine safe.
Detroit is unsafe because there are few, if any, whites. Regardless of the amount of guns, it's the plethora of blacks that makes Detroit unsafe.
In an 83 percent black city, where the 911 response by the police to an emergency call is 58 minutes, you should realize Detroit represents that post-Apocalyptic society so many preppers/doomsday/rapture/end-of-the-world types hope and pray occurs.
An Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) would eliminate technology and take us, momentarily, back to the stone age; but the emergence of a majority black city - even on the same real estate where whites had once cultivated a world class - is the equivalent of a demographic EMP no civilization can ever recover from.
A refusal to pay something as simple as a water bill is testament to this fact.