Quick thought. Polistra likes to look at current events in terms of Parkinson's Laws. Bureaucracies create riots and wars to provide problems that need solutions; then the same bureaucracies can increase their budget and workforce to "solve" the problem by aggravating it so they can increase their budget and workforce to "solve" the problem by aggravating it so .... ad infinitum.
There are two ways to create a problem: semantically and physically. Semantically: Pass a law that eliminates logging in forests, so the Forest Service can increase its firefighting budget and state welfare agencies can increase their clientele. Or define a "disease" like autism to include every living child, so Social Services and Big Pharma can increase their profits. Physically: Stir up a revolution in every country that dares to succeed without bankers. Or stir up a riot in every city where racial peace is getting too costly. Guarantees vast increases in police and FBI and DHS budgets, and creates an opportunity for more police-weakening laws to make future riots easier to start.
Simpler metaphor. Dig a hole and fill it. Like the old (mainly false) stereotype of Army KP or city street workers. All current events are nothing more than digging holes and filling them.
One difference: When the Army told its soldiers to dig holes and fill them, it didn't cause thousands of deaths. Modern bureaucracies, both military and civilian, do cause thousands of deaths.
= = = = =
Headline "Police, protesters collide again in Ferguson"
The word Protesters
is a complete satanic fraud. All protesters are attempting to start a riot.
The folks on the street don't always know this, but their leaders do.
According to ACLU, commie protesters are always "petitioning government for redress of grievances." Poppycock. Petitioning was a privilege guaranteed by the Magna Carta, and it meant literally and specifically bringing a petition to the officers of the King. It did not mean marching in the streets peacefully or otherwise.
In modern times the feedback function
of the petition is carried out effectively by lobbyists. If your interests are shared by enough people to be worth the time and trouble of the legislature, your interests are already
being represented ably by some combination of lobbyists. You can contribute money and support to an appropriate organization if you want your interests to have slightly more force.
Protesters thus serve no feedback function. They serve only to advance the satanic power and budget of SharptonJackson Riot Partners LLC.