” If we keep our windows broken, our hearts will also be broken”

It obviously kills far less within the well-to-do, the upper middle classes, than among the poor and the lower middle classes, living in the decayed neighborhoods at the borders of slums, and among poor, working, and lower middle class people living in the slums. They are not violence breeders, nor potential criminals. Poverty does not generate crime and violence. Neglect and disorder do. The poor, mainly black males are their victims.

If we keep our windows broken, our hearts will also be broken and we will have to survive under the shadow of the guns.–
Under the shadow of guns: drug lords’ tyrannical fiefdom in Brazil
Sergio Abranches

Read it. E-mail it to the loony left and the bleeding hearts you know.

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