bad genes. Negro Rebellion: Los Angeles watts riot 1965 august

“Law and Order” platform elected Nixon Republicans in 1968.
Ended the Kennedy-Johnson Democrat Vietnam war era.
Democrats split into progressive wing Minnesota Humphrey vs George Wallace southern conservatives. Republicans won 4 of the next 5 presidential elections.
Democrats Soft on crime, radical-liberals, hippies, chaos, anarchy. Not much has changed.

Riots cause addiction – TV watching, overeating, stress, substance abuse, mental and physical degenerative diseases.

Lots of left wing Jew Phds got college professor jobs in “urban planning”, “social work”, sociology, psychology, etc. and fat pensions.
After the 1960s riots, long hot summer demand to cure the ills of the “inner city” and “southern rural poverty”.
Huge buildup of colleges began 1960s as baby boomers got old enough for college, continues today 2020. If you don’t show up to work somebody else will do the work for you. But the inner city and southern rural poverty remains.

I remember the 1965 Watts LA riot,
I was home alone as my parents and siblings drove thru the riots to San Diego my mothers birthday. I mostly avoided the riot areas.
I started driving I-405 to San Diego instead of I-5 a longer but nicer freeway. Stopped in Irvine for gasoline before Irvine city and university was built.

Watts riot set the stage for more riots long hot summer of 1967. Mixed with student Vietnam war antiwar protests.
I largely ignored the whole mess,
just joined the military and got an education,
and learned to stay away from trouble.
There were many incidents in the newspapers.
Study maps to avoid trouble spots.
Study people to avoid trouble makers.

I remember the 1992 Rodney King riot.
I had just started to use the internet as a pop news source
and email as my main communications tool.
I was walking down San Francisco Lake street
very beautiful area similar to where I live now,
no riots or negroes anywhere around.

Not much has changed.
Must learn to avoid troubled areas and invasive species.
Africa will never be in America.
Lighter skin is needed in cold northern climates.

Poor mental and physical health causes many social problems.

To survive, choose the best location, diet, exercise program that matches your genetics. Go to college to learn how to measure your own genes and biochemistry.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watts_riots

The Watts riots, sometimes referred to as the Watts Rebellion, took place in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles from August 11 to 16, 1965.

On August 11, 1965, Marquette Frye, an African-American motorist on parole for robbery, was pulled over for reckless driving.

A minor roadside argument broke out, which then escalated into a fight with police.

Community members reported that the police had hurt a pregnant woman, and six days of civil unrest followed.

Nearly 4,000 members of the California Army National Guard helped suppress the disturbance,

which resulted in 34 deaths and over $40 million in property damage.

It was the city’s worst unrest until the Rodney King riots of 1992.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_incidents_of_civil_unrest_in_the_United_States

Wikipedia has articles on most of the major episodes of civil unrest.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long,_hot_summer_of_1967

Long, hot summer of 1967refers to the 159 race riots that erupted across the United States in 1967.

In June there were riots in Atlanta, Boston, Cincinnati, Buffalo, and Tampa.
In July there were riots in Birmingham, Chicago, New York City, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New Britain, Rochester, Plainfield, and Toledo.
The most destructive riots of the summer took place in July, in Newark, New Jersey, and Detroit, Michigan.

As a result of the rioting in the summer of 1967 and the preceding two years, President Lyndon B. Johnson
established the Kerner Commission to investigate the rioting and urban issues of Black Americans.

Some of the riots include:

• Buffalo riot of 1967 (June 26 – July 1)

• Cairo 1967 riot (July 17)

• Cambridge riot of 1967 (July 24, 1967)

• Cincinnati riot of 1967 (June 12 – c. June 15)

• 1967 Detroit riot (July 23–28)

• 1967 Milwaukee riot (July 30-August 3)

• 1967 Newark riots (July 12–17)

• 1967 Plainfield riots (July 14-16)

• 1967 Saginaw riot (July 26)

• 1967 Portland riot (July 30)

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