|Pay your bill, get the water turned back on... when simple monetary transaction for a service turns into 83 percent black Detroit say 'You're not make me pay - I am not going to pay'|
I've always thought: if an intelligent race of aliens were truly interested in destabilizing major American cities, why would they go to the trouble of putting 15-mile-wide hovering ships above them (to deploy some form of energy weapon, thereby destroying the city) when they could just work behind the scenes to influence politicians and use a much different form of warfare to bring ruin via a much more industrious methodology.
Sure, the theatricality of an advanced energy weapon being used to annihilate a city might play well in the theaters, but a simpler form of warfare would be to use one population group to engage in a perpetual revolution against the other.
It's funny: Independence Day 2, the sequel to the 1996 picture, is expected to be released in theaters in a few years. Though many of America's great cities were destroyed in the movie, they will inevitably be in greater shape than the reality the 83 percent black city of Detroit finds itself in today.
Yet still, no one will point out Detroit is 83 percent black and - realistically - less than seven percent white (the census counts Indians - dot variety - and Middle Easterners as "white").
|In Independence Day, no spaceship appeared over Detroit... oh, the city had already been reduced to rubble, blight, and ruin? But not by the aliens...|
83 percent black.
No need to deploy 15-mile-wide hovering ships. [Majority Of Delinquent Detroit Water Customers In Culture Of: ‘You’re Not Making Me Pay,’ Says Deputy Director, CBS Detroit, 6-30-14]:
Several people protested outside the Detroit Water And Sewerage Department building Thursday, saying customers are having service cut off at an alarming rate and the practice is inhumane.
Organizer David Bullock with the Change Agent Consortium says the water department is going after customers that may be as little as $150 delinquent and says the department ignores large corporations which are behind.
“People always want to attack the poor … why are we attacking poor people?” he asked.
But when asked which large companies are behind in their payments, Bullock would only say that WWJ should research the issue.
“I think you all should be standing with us,” Bullock told WWJ’s Marie Osborne. “I think you all should be demanding the same level of accountability for firms and corporations in the city of Detroit – that they are levying on residential customers.”
The water department states that there are about 60,000 delinquent accounts in the city of Detroit – with the average arrearage about $560.
City of Detroit Water And Sewerage Department Deputy Director, Darryl Latimer, said every account corporate or private is treated the same, adding that the water department does what they can to work with those who come forward and address their hardship situation.
“The majority of our customers (who) are in delinquency status, they just built a culture of ,’You’re not making me pay— I am not going to pay’,” said Latimer.“The majority of our customers (who) are in delinquency status, they just built a culture of ,’You’re not making me pay— I am not going to pay’."
Black America's motto.
Again, why use military force when using a segment of the American population to reduce the nation to its knees would be much more cost-effective?
When blacks don't pay, white America does.
And blacks still complain.
This is the pattern of post-civil rights America, rinse and repeat (well, in the case of contemporary Detroit, you can only rinse when blacks complain enough to get the water turned back on...).
It would be hard to explain to an America circa-1950 that Detroit would be brought to its knees by a black population unleashed via words such as "inclusion" and "if you don't give me that, I'll riot."
Those white Americans would have thought the threat to their civilization either came from the Soviets or some undiscovered alien civilization, which haunted the drive-ins via B-movies like Earth vs. The Flying Saucers or the original War of the Worlds.