Tyrants don't tend to think about their tyranny until the aftermath of their tyranny affects them...
Or Unless they are about to be Mussolinied off a bridge
It's all relative. In China they'd be imprisoned for tax evasion, in Mexico, hanged from an overpass in Juarez.Or better yet , Gaddafi'd
become more like Europe
This is great! I'm not much of a history guy. I'm not even all that smart, but it seem to me some really horrific things came about in Europe, and other parts of the world, in the last 300-400 years? Humans can be terribly uncivilized. But in the last 200 years or or so it seems to me that America/North America have become pretty damned civilized! All these mugs, like dood above, want to make it more like Euorpe? why don't his type leave and go to Euorope! His, and peoples like him, problems solved! Hell, I think we need to make it LESS like Europe! A little more Darwin's Law might be GOOD for mankind. Quit propping up and insuring survival of the weakest, most deranged and criminal breeders.Brooks said he would be willing to give up some personal freedoms for what he hopes would be a more safe society.
Dammit man! I just posted that!We don't need no stinkin law enforcement
By Jeffrey Lindblom
Published: Nov. 26, 2022 at 10:21 PM PST
PORTLAND Ore. (KPTV) - A man is in the hospital after he allegedly attempted an armed robbery at a bar in northeast Portland just after midnight on Saturday and was taken down by patrons before officers arrived, according to police.
Jared Berglund manages a bar just a couple doors down from the where the attempted robbery happened.
Even though he's a competitor with that location, he said, things like this hit close to home.
"We all try to look out for each other no matter what the case may be," Berglund said.
Police responded at about 12:30 a.m. to the 10800 block of Northeast Sandy Boulevard after reports of a robbery with a gun. When they arrived, police said they found the suspect beaten and subdued.
An ambulance transported the suspect to the hospital in a stretcher. There, he remains in custody and faces a second-degree robbery charge.