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In my inaugural “Unchained Opinion” piece I wrote about the first break-in in
January. And then the perpetrators came back again in June! Some asshole kicked a
couple of my doors in and got into my home and took a look around. These kinds of
cretins are subhuman animals whose minds function on a level closer to that of a
monkey than a person.

Encountering weirdos at my home is nothing new. In fact, while I was writing this
article I actually had to get up and confront a young, male, twenty-something prowler
who was snooping around my yard, looking at my stuff. And then I had to turn four
more young white men away during the course of the next week. And believe me,
I’ve heard all the lame excuses for the incursions: “I didn’t think anyone lived here.”
“I didn’t know it was private property.” “I thought it was abandoned.” For fuck
sake, enough of this bullshit! JUST GO AWAY ALREADY!!!

The problem with the house I live in is its location, which is what brings on the
prowlers. I reside in an old house that’s situated by itself right on the beach and for
some reason people feel they have to march down my driveway to get to the beach
and once there they prowl into my yard and pick the fruit from the trees and
investigate my house. They’re drawn to it like rats to cheese. Then there are the
zombies walking along the beach who climb over the rock reinforcement wall my dad
had built to look at my house. These baboons are as predictable as robots. You’ll
never see this kind of trespassing anywhere else. Going into someone’s yard and
looking through their windows like a Peeping Tom is totally taboo. But because of
my house’s irregular, private location these knuckleheads think it’s okay to check it
out. These are the same adolescent dumbfucks who ransack vacant summer cottages
and cabins at the lake.

One observation I was able to make about these robberies is that the perpetrators like
cameras. They REALLY like cameras. In the first robbery they didn’t take much of
consequence but they did steal a couple of cheap cameras I had in a drawer. This
made me wonder if it was those same spooks who came back again to see if I’d
replaced the stolen cameras with new ones. But I hadn’t. In fact, I have absolutely
NOTHING worth anything in my home because I’m not interested in handing
anything of value over to thieves. And I live a modest, humble life anyway. I don’t
live a life of luxury by any means. I live the exact opposite of a luxurious life.

But I’ve got to ask: Why the hell do some morons think it’s okay to break into
people’s private homes and create havoc for them?

I think a big part of why there’s a crime problem is because there are a lot of young
men -- millennials -- around these days. Clearly a moratorium on childbirth has NOT
been declared in this country. Add to this the fact that these young men have not
been raised with the same rigid moral discipline of previous generations, as well as a
lack of employment opportunities for them, and you’re going to see a degree of
criminal behavior breaking out in this demographic. I’m not saying that ALL
millennial males are degenerate youth, I know they’re not, but there’s a vibrant
criminal element there like there often is in the young generations.

Plus, a lot of young men these days are STUPID and ANGRY; they’re immature
boneheads who don’t have the mental capacity to think things through properly.
They’re filled with rage and resentment which erupts in explosions of destructive
behavior.

Another problem is a lack of meaningful penalties to deter delinquents from their bad
behavior when they get caught breaking the law. In fact, what I’ve seen with the
police is that criminals get SUPPORTED when you report them. You get told you’re
on your own and the cops give the perps a pass on their misconduct and thus the
criminal behavior gets tacitly condoned and continues on.

And speaking of government, it’s clear to me that they’ve abdicated their role in
educating the youth about right and wrong. Young people, especially boys, should be
educated in school about what’s expected of them regarding the law. They must be
told not to infringe on others with disruptive conduct like home invasions. If the law
needs to be explicitly spelled out for them in order to maintain a peaceful society then
that’s what must happen. And obviously it DOES need to be spelled out for them.
But the government isn’t doing this and thus you’ve got the maniac youth running
around breaking into homes like it’s no big deal.

One thing about living in a small town is that most of the young people leave because
there aren’t a lot of job prospects for them. I think that’s TERRIFIC because less
young people here means less crime.

So was there a crime wave in 2017? Here or elsewhere? Or was my experience
unique? I have been exclusively targeted with criminal activity before, that criminal
activity being fraud. Lots of it. I spent over ten years being harassed in the court
system by psychotic money-hungry lawyers who were stealing my family’s bank and
brokerage account cash hand over fist. But I’ve yet to meet a single other person
who’s had to deal with what I had to deal with at the hands of stalking attorneys for a
decade. As well, an over-zealous federal government tax collector zeroed in on me
for several years too, locking me out of all my bank accounts, which I’ve never heard
of happening to anyone else either.

I admit that I was pretty freaked out when these break-ins happened because they
brought back traumatic memories of a terrifying experience I’d had while living in the
Whalley area of Surrey years ago. The basement suite I was residing in started getting
hit with recurring burglaries in which I’d get nailed every time I was away overnight.
Night after night -- bang, bang, bang -- robbery after robbery. They soon cleaned me
out of almost everything I had, including the food in my fridge! I remember a
neighbor saying that one night he’d seen a band of shady people coming and going
from my place, carrying things out my door as they left. Talk about terrorizing
someone! I knew I had no choice but to get out of there immediately or I’d be
coming face to face with the intruders in short order. That was a stressful experience.
As a result, I fled to PR which I discovered had its own crime problems -- mainly
lawyer and bank fraud -- although no break and enters in my experience, until now.

So when they started happening here I was concerned I might find myself facing a
similar repeating break and enter situation. But while the problem has recurred, it’s
not nearly at the level it was in Surrey. And I pray that things never get that bad here.
But then rural Powell River isn’t Whalley either is it?

No it isn’t. At least not yet anyway.
So did anyone else notice a crime wave
in 2017? Or was I being singled out as a
crime target on my own? This was the
year people actually started BREAKING
INTO MY HOUSE, something that’s
never happened to me in Powell River
before. And it’s happened twice so far!
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never happened to me in Powell River
before. And it’s happened twice so far!
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In my inaugural “Unchained Opinion”
piece I wrote about the first break-in in
January. And then the perpetrators came
back again in June! Some asshole kicked
a couple of my doors in and got into my
home and took a look around. These kinds
of cretins are subhuman animals whose
minds function on a level closer to that of
a monkey than a person.

Encountering weirdos at my home is
nothing new. In fact, while I was writing
this article I actually had to get up and
confront a young, male, twenty-
something prowler who was snooping
around my yard, looking at my stuff. And
then I had to turn four more young white
men away during the course of the next
week. And believe me, I’ve heard all the
lame excuses for the incursions: “I didn’t
think anyone lived here.” “I didn’t know it
was private property.” “I thought it was
abandoned.” For fuck sake, enough of this
bullshit! JUST GO AWAY ALREADY!!!

The problem with the house I live in is its
location, which is what brings on the
prowlers. I reside in an old house that’s
situated by itself right on the beach and
for some reason people feel they have to
march down my driveway to get to the
beach and once there they prowl into my
yard and pick the fruit from the trees and
investigate my house. They’re drawn to it
like rats to cheese. Then there are the
zombies walking along the beach who
climb over the rock reinforcement wall
my dad had built to look at my house.
These baboons are as predictable as
robots. You’ll never see this kind of
trespassing anywhere else. Going into
someone’s yard and looking through their
windows like a Peeping Tom is totally
taboo. But because of my house’s
irregular, private location these
knuckleheads think it’s okay to check it
out. These are the same adolescent
dumbfucks who ransack vacant summer
cottages and cabins at the lake.

One observation I was able to make about
these robberies is that the perpetrators
like cameras. They REALLY like
cameras. In the first robbery they didn’t
take much of consequence but they did
steal a couple of cheap cameras I had in a
drawer. This made me wonder if it was
those same spooks who came back again
to see if I’d replaced the stolen cameras
with new ones. But I hadn’t. In fact, I have
absolutely NOTHING worth anything in
my home because I’m not interested in
handing anything of value over to thieves.
And I live a modest, humble life anyway. I
don’t live a life of luxury by any means. I
live the exact opposite of a luxurious life.

But I’ve got to ask: Why the hell do some
morons think it’s okay to break into
people’s private homes and create havoc
for them?

I think a big part of why there’s a crime
problem is because there are a lot of
young men -- millennials -- around these
days. Clearly a moratorium on childbirth
has NOT been declared in this country.
Add to this the fact that these young men
have not been raised with the same rigid
moral discipline of previous generations,
as well as a lack of employment
opportunities for them, and you’re going
to see a degree of criminal behavior
breaking out in this demographic. I’m not
saying that ALL millennial males are
degenerate youth, I know they’re not, but
there’s a vibrant criminal element there
like there often is in the young
generations.

Plus, a lot of young men these days are
STUPID and ANGRY; they’re immature
boneheads who don’t have the mental
capacity to think things through properly.
They’re filled with rage and resentment
which erupts in explosions of destructive
behavior.

Another problem is a lack of meaningful
penalties to deter delinquents from their
bad behavior when they get caught
breaking the law. In fact, what I’ve seen
with the police is that criminals get
SUPPORTED when you report them. You
get told you’re on your own and the cops
give the perps a pass on their misconduct
and thus the criminal behavior gets tacitly
condoned and continues on.

And speaking of government, it’s clear to
me that they’ve abdicated their role in
educating the youth about right and
wrong. Young people, especially boys,
should be educated in school about what’s
expected of them regarding the law. They
must be told not to infringe on others
with disruptive conduct like home
invasions. If the law needs to be explicitly
spelled out for them in order to maintain
a peaceful society then that’s what must
happen. And obviously it DOES need to
be spelled out for them. But the
government isn’t doing this and thus
you’ve got the maniac youth running
around breaking into homes like it’s no
big deal.

One thing about living in a small town is
that most of the young people leave
because there aren’t a lot of job
prospects for them. I think that’s
TERRIFIC because less young people
here means less crime.
So was there a crime wave in 2017? Here
or elsewhere? Or was my experience
unique? I have been exclusively targeted
with criminal activity before, that
criminal activity being fraud. Lots of it. I
spent over ten years being harassed in the
court system by psychotic money-hungry
lawyers who were stealing my family’s
bank and brokerage account cash hand
over fist. But I’ve yet to meet a single
other person who’s had to deal with what I
had to deal with at the hands of stalking
attorneys for a decade. As well, an over-
zealous federal government tax collector
zeroed in on me for several years too,
locking me out of all my bank accounts,
which I’ve never heard of happening to
anyone else either.

I admit that I was pretty freaked out when
these break-ins happened because they
brought back traumatic memories of a
terrifying experience I’d had while living
in the Whalley area of Surrey years ago.
The basement suite I was residing in
started getting hit with recurring
burglaries in which I’d get nailed every
time I was away overnight. Night after
night -- bang, bang, bang -- robbery after
robbery. They soon cleaned me out of
almost everything I had, including the
food in my fridge! I remember a neighbor
saying that one night he’d seen a band of
shady people coming and going from my
place, carrying things out my door as they
left. Talk about terrorizing someone! I
knew I had no choice but to get out of
there immediately or I’d be coming face
to face with the intruders in short order.
That was a stressful experience. As a
result, I fled to PR which I discovered had
its own crime problems -- mainly lawyer
and bank fraud -- although no break and
enters in my experience, until now.

So when they started happening here I was
concerned I might find myself facing a
similar repeating break and enter
situation. But while the problem has
recurred, it’s not nearly at the level it was
in Surrey. And I pray that things never get
that bad here. But then rural Powell River
isn’t Whalley either is it?

No it isn’t. At least not yet anyway.