Civilization cannot suffer fools for long, especially fools whose primary motivation is making life easier for the criminal element to avoid any punishment for their wrongdoing.
The invaluable "History and Moral Philosophy" lesson from Robert Heinlein's Starship Troopers is a must read after you read of what's about to happen in black-run
The way police do their jobs in
could drastically change. Local leaders approved a program that would keep some suspects out of jail. Police can now decide whether a suspect should be locked up in jail or be sent to social services. Fulton County
Director Xochitl Bervera has advocated for pre-arrest diversion for three years. Racial Justice Action Center
"So pre-arrest diversion diverts people out of the criminal justice system, not just jail and prison but out of the system as a whole and gets people into life-changing quality services," Bervera said.
Atlanta CityCouncil and Commission unanimously voted to create a program that aims to alleviate jail overcrowding and crime. Fulton County
The program will give police and prosecutors the power to let people who commit non-violent crimes get help instead of going to jail.
"Many people are arrested that should not be arrested," Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall said. "They need another type of support and another type of service."
The suspects would meet with a caseworker and could receive mental health, drug addiction or job placement services.
Not everyone Channel 2's Rikki Klaus spoke with agreed the program will work for repeat offenders.
"It becomes spooky if they can't take the hint and discontinue the unacceptable conduct,"
resident Bob Brown said. Atlanta
Pre-arrest diversion exists in just a few other cities, including
Seattleand . Santa Fe, New Mexico
"It has reduced recidivism by up to 60 percent. That means it reduces crime," Bervera said.
Supporters say the program takes the focus off small crimes like failure to show up to court and allows officers to focus more on dangerous criminals.
In Dante's Inferno, Satan chewed upon the worst sinners: Judas, Brutus, and Cassius.
As a white person living in Black-Run America (BRA), the fate of these three sinners is a far better outcome then what our rulers have in store for us.
We are approaching the day where it will be official state policy not to arrest black people for any crime they commit.
Be it murder, rape, a home invasion, flash mobs of a high-end store, or a nonfatal shooting, BRA is reaching a point where black people who break the law will become a protected class. Punishment must be unusual or it serves no purpose, Heinlein wrote.
We are fast approaching a day where it will illegal to arrest a black person.