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The drama currently being played out in Milwaukee is in actuality a cultural divide between a civil society that respects the rule of law, or one that capitulates and appeases lawlessness and rewards anarchy, while under the immediate threat of continued violence.

No doubt Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke is on the side of a civil society that respects the rule of law, as does Gov. Scott Walker.

And as such Sheriff Clarke requested from Gov. Walker the mobilization of the state’s National Guard, and outlined in a press release for the media:

“We cannot allow for a repeat of what happened last night. I am going to utilize all available resources to accomplish that.”

However there are those within government, who apparently view mayhem, carnage and rioting as perhaps an expression for “social justice” and actually attempt excusing the violence, which apparently Aldermen Russell W. Stamper II and Khalif Rainey support stating;

“This entire community has sat back and witnessed how Milwaukee, Wis., has become the worst place to live for African-Americans in the entire country, now this is a warning cry. Where do we go from here? Where do we go as a community from here?"

Rainey continued;

“Do we continue – continue with the inequities, the injustice, the unemployment, the under-education that creates these byproducts that we see this evening? … The black people of Milwaukee are tired. They’re tired of living under this oppression. This is their existence. This is their life. This is the life of their children.

However least we forget the rioting began after a 23-year-old black man with a long criminal history, and armed confronted a black police officer, pointed his weapon and was shot dead.

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