Most people who live in cities are stunningly unprepared for almost any kind of disruption, and the situation has grown far worse in recent years. Although I usually stay out of large cities, I just finished some travel that took me through several cities (and a few suburban areas, too), giving me a fresh new look at the situation. My conclusion? Red alert alarms are going off about the exploding problem of homelessness, lawlessness, gang activity, open drug use and what seems to be a bizarre lack of self-reliance now demonstrated in the cities I visited.
I’ve known for a long time that things were bad, but even I was shocked to see just how bad things have truly become. A drive through downtown Austin, for example, turned out to be a horrifying tour of sprawling tapestry of homeless people, drunks passed out on the sidewalk, clueless “libtard” street language among inhabitants and an overbearing police state presence. This strange melange of desperation and destitution is contrasted against the infamous SXSW conference, which seems to be heavily attended by globalist wannabes who pride themselves on adopting the twisted philosophies of techno-totalitarianism, where followers quite literally believe that surrendering your privacy and soul to the tech giants will result in you being “saved” from the secular world.
Source: News To Me