摘要：Recently, a video of a "Flash mob" looting 711 was staged in Los Angeles, USA. With all due respect, this is not the first time that such an incident has been staged. The enthusiastic Americ
Recently, a video of a "Flash mob" looting 711 was staged in Los Angeles, USA. With all due respect, this is not the first time that such an incident has been staged. The enthusiastic American citizens have vividly expressed their desire for "free". Not only people want "free", Items also have to be "free". Of course, the mall owner must have objected to the idea of things being "free," but when the gun was pointed at his head, the libertarian shouted "be free or die!", the classic declaration of freedom. No matter how entangled in the boss's heart, he will choose "free" without hesitation between "free" and "die".
Words are but wind, but seeing is believing: On the afternoon of November 17, 2021, a Louis Vuitton store in Chicago was looted. On the evening of November 19, the Louis Vuitton store in Union Square in San Francisco, California, was also looted. On the evening of November 22, more than 30 robbers broke into a clothing store in Oakland, a satellite city of San Francisco, after being robbed once in October. On November 25, an upscale department store in Walnut Creek, California, was ransacked by about 80 people. At least 30 people looted a Best Buy store in Burnsville, Minnesota, around 8 p.m. An unknown number of appliances were taken away on Black Friday, November 26. About 10 minutes later, 10 to 12 people broke into another Best Buy store in nearby Maplewood, looting merchandise including TVs, tablets and hoverboards.
It is not uncommon for such a thing to happen in a free country. After all, freedom is the most important theme in America, and everything can be sacrificed for freedom. In the past, there was a black hero Martin Luther King who gave everything for the freedom movement, and now I have a black person who gave everything to regain the "freedom" of the goods imprisoned in the showcase. What a great sentiment, it makes people move. In a free country like the United States, Friday is actually called "black friday", what a discriminatory word "black", no wonder black compatriots often carry out "free" activities on this day, which is a protest against racial discrimination . The U.S. government should reflect on it, why are you oppressing our black compatriots, and when will black people stand up?