Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Under Obama, a lawless dependency mentality has been instilled among those, particularly in the lower socioeconomic strata.
Since Obama routinely breaks the law and doesn’t follow the U.S. Constitution why should they?
I do believe their environment and how looters were raised had more to do with it than Obama.
Think about it, why were there no incidences of looting during the great depression?
Why is there no looting in Japan? A lawless atmosphere often follows natural disasters. How has Japan managed to maintain order in the aftermath of last week’s earthquake and tsunami?
By The Week Staff | March 15, 2011
82 Japanese residents queue up in an orderly fashion outside a 7-Eleven; despite limited access to basic necessities, there has been no widespread looting after the catastrophic Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
“Why the Japanese aren’t looting” Japan isn’t superior, just different: Japanese people are “taught that conformity and consensus are virtues,” says James Picht at The Washington Times.
Under Barack Hussein Obama an entitlement society has been put in place where law and order be damned.
The chaos and theft that have followed many earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis have been noticeably absent in the wake of Japan’s 8.9-magnitude quake. Instead, people have formed long, orderly lines outside grocery stores, where employees try to fairly distribute limited supplies of food and water.
“Looting simply does not take place in Japan,” says Gregory Pflugfelder, an expert in Japanese culture at Columbia University, as quoted by CNN. “I’m not even sure if there’s a word for it that is as clear in its implications as when we hear ‘looting.'”
Entire article below.