…read The Corruption of America by Porter Stansberry. It’s an überpost, and it’s pretty much a distillation of what I’ve been writing here since 2003, but it’s absolutely worth your time.
The situation destabilized the entire city. Most of the people who could afford to leave did. Over the next 18 months, 140,000 upper- and middle-class residents – almost all of them white – left the city.
And so, you might ask… after five years of centralized planning, higher taxes, and a fleeing population, what did the government decide to do with its grand experiment? You’ll never guess…
I would. “The philosophy cannot be wrong! Do it again, only HARDER!“
Tough history coming, indeed.