This Doesn’t Happen in Countries That Aren’t Close to Social Collapse


So some company in New York City has a free giveaway for something worth roughly $30. Chaos ensues and people get trampled. Sickening.

This happens because the people involved have no connection to each other. They are purely selfish and view $30 as more valuable than the physical safety of others.

That’s what I saw in New York City when I was there for a few months — especially in Brooklyn and Queens. It’s everyone for themselves.

I blame multiculturalism. It’s the reason we have no unity in our so-called “country”, which is quickly becoming “a collection of people from other countries”.

[ Anarchy Over a $30 Free Prize in NYC ]


[ Measuring the Quality of a Society ]

- Subscribe via RSS
- Follow on Twitter
- Collaborate on Github

Have an opinion on this? You can reply via Twitter, send me an email, or leave a comment below.