A big stick would be a simple solution until the …

Comment on Councillors: do we need Federal intervention on ‘crime wave’? by Surprised!.

A big stick would be a simple solution until the government shows some balls.

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Councillors: do we need Federal intervention on ‘crime wave’?
Further to my comment out of frustration albeit my belief this is all as a result of weak government and the wimpy do gooders.
We as taxpayers contribute all money the government has and a part of this it is allocated to serve and protect us.
We are clearly not protected nor are we allowed to protect ourselves or property.
The government is not doing what we pay them to do yet we still support them. This doesn’t make sense to me. Either fix it or allow the people to fix it.


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