New York: Burglaries Up 75% as City Turns Into Death Wish Already

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 5, 2020

This is early to go full-Death Wish.

But we’re going full-Death Wish.

Jewish Voice:

The NYPD has seen a 75% increase in reports of burglaries of commercial establishments from March 12, when New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency, to March 31, police officials said. The NYPD recorded 254 burglaries of businesses during that time period this year compared with 145 for the same period last year, the officials said.

NYC Fox News outlet described the scene:  – A growing scene for those who venture out into the streets of Manhattan these days is boarded up storefronts.  From luxury retailers to small bars, establishments that have no idea when they are going to be allowed to reopen are putting up protection over their glass doors and windows.

Mark Caserta, executive director of the Park Slope business improvement district  gave an interesting perspective to the WSJ regarding the trend of business boarding up their storefronts, ”It brings up this idea of rioting and collapse of society,” Mr. Caserta said. “This is way too much, and it sends the wrong signal.”

You’d best start believing in the collapse of society.

It will be interesting to see how long it takes for people to accept that society is collapsing.

People have lived their lives in such comfort. Even tough-talking right-wingers have no conception of what this is going to be like. Not unless they were in the Marines in Iraq or Afghanistan.