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How to Make Your Own Race Riot

The angry rioter is a sacred figure in the progressive pantheon of social justice. But the saint of the looted convenience store is as mythical a figure as the selfless community organizer. The race riot isn’t a bubbling stew of outrage out of which wounded souls emerge to cry out for justice. It’s a complicated criminal conspiracy in which the perpetrators rarely suffer any consequences.

Here’s how a race riot is actually put together.

3. Riots aren’t fed by outrage, but by opportunism

The rioters aren’t outraged, they’re usually bored young men, frustrated and lacking in empathy. Many of them have gang ties or a criminal record stretching back to kindergarten.

They’re the same people who commit crimes in any other non-outraged context.

The rest are there to get some attention while providing them with protective coloration. 9 out of 10 people screaming frenziedly while holding up “Black Lives Matter” signs would eagerly scream and hold up “Tiger King 4 President” or “Minneapolis Loves the KKK” signs if it got them positive attention and a shot at being on television.

Everything else you need to do know about why riots happen out can be read on a thermometer. Weather breaks up a riot faster than appeasement. It’s hard to riot when your teeth are chattering. There’s a reason that riots usually happen in the summer. The same viral video that sets a nation on fire would have been met with shrugs in the winter.

The riots didn’t happen because of outrage, but because the gathering mobs were told by everyone from CNN right up to their local Democrat politicians that angry protests were expected and would be tolerated. That was as good as throwing a match into a spreading pool of gasoline.

No one was stealing beauty supplies or starting fires in Walgreens because they were upset about George Floyd They were stealing because they believed that they could get away with it.

2. The rioters and looters aren’t burning their own community

A riot has two components. There are the bored and irritated locals who begin swarming streets because they have no jobs, it’s hot outside and there’s nothing good on television. They will loosely agree with whatever issue is on the table, but they aren’t all that worked up about it.

And then there are the outsiders.

Before the riot, community organizers, citizen reporters and assorted activists show up to coordinate, spread slogans and justify the coming violence. They want violence far more than the locals do and they taunt police and try to create incidents, but they ofte avoid personally engaging in violence.

(In the early twentieth century the group stirring up riots was usually some arm of the Communist Party. Later a variety of leftist groups, like Antifa, many closely entangled with the Democratic Party took over. Most of the damage is done by looters and rioters from other areas looking for an opportunity to burn and steal. Some locals will tag after them, but they are usually responsible for the worst of the violence. Some of the looters are from out of state, others from different neighborhoods.

Being outsiders they’re unknown to the police and rarely have to worry about being identified afterwards. And they don’t care about burning down someone else’s community.

The media usually sticks to its narrative of an outraged community that engages in excesses, especially when it can’t tell apart the locals from the outsiders. Local cops can, but no one in the media listens to them. Arrest records ofte show that most of those charged in the more violent crimes aren’t locals, but the media remains immune to facts that conflict with a favorite narrative.

1. Riots are about power, not for the rioters, but for the establishment

"We must not reprimand our children for outrage when it is the outrage that was put in them by an oppressive system," Al Sharpton had said, in the aftermath of the murder of a Jewish student by an angry black mob.

This same rhetoric was used by the inciters of the violence around the country and has been used in similar riots going back generations. Its major theme is that the rioters are free to do whatever they want. They carry no moral responsibility for their actions.

And what they want is to smash and steal anything they can get their hands on. This isn’t outrage. It’s textbook amoral behavior. The riot doesn’t release anger; it frees the perpetrators of their morality.

The real purpose of a riot isn’t to benefit the rioters. It’s to benefit those who incite the riot. The rioters and looters react in response to riot-friendly conditions created from above. If you build the political infrastructure for a riot, the rioters and looters will come.

Sharpton’s riots weren’t about helping anyone except himself. By associating himself with violence, he sold the idea that he was an influential figure in the black community. Whether or not Sharpton was actually popular, his rise to the top of the political establishment became a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Riots are about perception, not reality. The ringleader tries to keep his hands clean while convincing the establishment that he can turn the violence on or off any time he wants to.

The last decade of riots are the product of a new generation of Sharptons, ambitious activists feeding hate, of the New Black Panther Party’s obsession with becoming relevant, of the ragged hipster ends of Occupy Wall Street drifting from occupation to occupation, of radical white lefties and groups like Black Lives Matter that exist to suck up funding and sympathy from their white lefty allies.

It’s an old and cynical game that has been played in and around the Democratic Party for too long.

The answers to the rioting can’t be found in its streets. The problem didn’t come from there. It came from a corrupt political establishment that lights the fuse for its own power and profit.


  1. Anonymous1/6/20

    Excellent article Daniel. You hit many good points. :-)

  2. Amen, Daniel. I've spent most of the night reading the news reports of the rioting. I was especially outraged by the videos of rioters attacking defenseless citizens trying to protect their property, and of the beat-downs of individuals who tried to protect another who was attacked and sent sprawling to be surrounded by rioters who swarmed on them like packs of vultures.


  3. Best explanation yet. As always.

  4. Anonymous1/6/20

    Daniel, are you saying that the riots are benefitting the Dems? Are you saying that this will make it more likely that President Trump will lose the election? I think that your average middle-of-the-road voter will see this as a leftist/Dem supported riot and consequently vote Republican? Your thoughts? Thanks.

    King Western Man

    1. depends on whether they listen to their own common sense or the media

  5. Having almost 30 years of law enforcement experience (Military Police, Customs and DEA), I have to state that the death of George Floyd was an outrage. There was no justification for what the cop did in pressing his knee against Floyd's neck for 8 minutes, and the three other officers should have stopped it.

    Peaceful protests are entirely justified, but the agitators have taken over the protests and produced riots, burning and looting. People are getting killed and innocent cops are being attacked. It is clearly time for the police and National Guard to take back the streets.

    The designation of Antifa as a terrorist group is justified and overdue. No doubt police and FBI have extensive files on them and even though they are not a structured organization, per se, the main players should be known. It is time for the DOJ and local police to work as task forces to connect the dots as Antifa-and BLM- spread violence across state lines.

    The legitimate protesters have made their point and should now allow the justice system to play out (though I cringe that Keith Ellison will be in charge). At this point a concerted effort must be made to get control of the streets and apprehend the criminals.

  6. Anonymous1/6/20

    Obama(Politician), Lemon(Media), Sharpton(Activist)
    all build on the same basic axiom: Black Masses are
    for exploitation and lack the intelligence to know
    what’s happening and by whom.

    These three are more evil, cynical than any Islamic
    slave trader or Dixie plantation owner. They set
    plans to trap blacks in bad schools and immerse
    them in crime, lies and chaotic societies.


  7. Anonymous2/6/20

    Simply brilliant.
    Gets right to the heart of the systemic rottenness of our society ,after years of cowering and pussy footing.


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