Tyranny is not a recent event in America. Tyranny is not something that was developed during the pandemic. I have lived for 40 years under the tyrannical government of the City of Los Angeles. No, I did not accept such tyranny quietly. I have fought tyranny with more than 12 years of my life and millions of dollars in legal fees. The minority citizens of Los Angeles were the ones who are most affected by such tyranny. The tyranny by the City of Los Angeles is clearly documented in its refusal to obey the United States Supreme Court rulings that were issued against it. Tyranny cannot only exist with politicians but must have the complicity of judges and voting citizens.
I have seen the results of this tyranny on minority communities. Now the rest of America is experiencing the tyranny that has been perpetrated against minorities but now applies to them. Now everyone seems to be concerned. There must be freedom for all or there is freedom for none and since freedom is dead in minority communities can the rest of America be far behind. Loss of my civil rights which I’ve documented in several books over the last 10 years cannot be denied. The willingness of civil rights organizations to completely ignore the deprivation of rights for minorities is an example of how tyranny grows and exists.
Tyranny and corruption go hand in hand. Once again, the City of Los Angeles is a classic example of the situation. When government officials believe that the law does not apply to them, the definition of tyranny, then they also don’t obey the law when it comes to their actions. The City of Los Angeles in the last 18 months has had 3 of the 15 city councilpersons indicted or convicted of federal corruption charges. It is quite clear that if 3 are convicted and indicted then there are many more on the City Council who were involved in such behavior. We do not believe that all the bank robbers are caught when we take one bank robber to jail. Public officials believe that the law does not apply to them.
The results of tyranny can be clearly seen in minority communities throughout the United States. The high level of violence and the high level of unemployment and poverty go hand in hand. This is not limited only to the City of Los Angeles but is also applicable to New York, Chicago and many other the cities.