In what universe is this Robbery Prevention?

Patriot Retort:

If you live in Minneapolis, you might want to reconsider that.  Because your city government’s idea of robbery prevention is heavy on the “robbery” and light on “prevention.”

I guess this shouldn’t be a shock since Minneapolis wants to get rid of their police department.

After a rash of robberies and carjackings in the Third Precinct, city “leaders” sent out a letter to precinct residents telling them “We want those who live and work here to be safe!”

And their idea of maintaining your safety is with these helpful robbery prevention tips that, interestingly enough, don’t sound very “preventy” to me.

“Be prepared to give up your cell phone and purse/wallet.”

“Do not argue or fight with the criminal. Do as they say.” There’s MORE

20 Comments on In what universe is this Robbery Prevention?

  1. “Be prepared to give up your cell phone and purse/wallet.”

    How about; be prepared to shoot the bastard in the face.

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  2. Logical step when the desire is to have the populace begging the government to step in and save them. There’s nothing new under the sun. Progress?!?! Collapsing the system, check!

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  3. Think of it as the Minneapolis Department of Community Tax Collection, similar to the Police force replacement–Department of Community Safety

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  4. I absolutely agree that it is a bad idea to argue or fight with an armed robber. Before it even gets to that point, I aim (!) to simply shoot center mass and head until the threat is neutralized, and I have 17 rounds of Gold Dot +P to do it with.

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  5. Shouldn’t that be reworded to say: robbery capitulation?

    And if the see a person drowning their instructions would be: Don’t fight it, quit struggling!

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  6. Getting relieved of all you own in Minneapolis isn’t a bug in their plan.
    It’s a feature.

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    California re-shut down businesses and then instituted a mask mandate.
    Then, their infections skyrocketed!

    Why don’t we see that story from all the media who ran the ‘he said the virus was a hoax, or he said he’d never wear a mask, and then he got it’.

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  7. At this point the first step in robbery prevention in Minneapolis is to string up the entire elected city government and tell the next ones they better get real.

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  8. Minneapolis is a refugee camp. All that’s missing are the powder blue helmets. The helmets like to look the other way, too.

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  9. Look the other way, hell, the effn’ blue helmets will lead the charge to massive rapes, ask all the preteen females wherever the blue helmets have been sent to control chaos, part of the new pedofile overloads disciples.

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  10. I could stop this in its tracks. Pass a federal law allowing losses from theft to be offset by recovery from the local jurisdiction. Deduct them from the bottom line in your property tax assessment. In the case of those who don’t pay local property taxes submit a claim. If losses were covered by insurance the insurance companies have a right to recovery.

    When it’s their ox that is being gored they tend to be a lot less sympathetic to criminal activity.

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  11. And in Albuquerque, the head of the police union goes on the radio and tells everyone to buy a gun and learn how to use it….

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  12. It will soon become impossible to get any kind of property insurance in these locals. Without that no capital investments. No one will live there.

    This is the reverse of How The West Was Won. This is the reverse of the westward expansion of the 19th century.

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  13. I’ll give up 11rds. of 200gr. Cor-Bon “flying ashtrays” to the thief. 😡

    Then I hafta reload, before I give him some MORE.

    (Yes, I have either a Wilson or CMC 10rd, mag in my 1911 – I’m a big guy, and carry OWB)

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