Not so much.
An attack by knife-wielding men at a railway station in Kunming in south-west China has left at least 29 dead, the state news agency Xinhua says.
Another 130 people were wounded in what authorities said was a "premeditated, violent terrorist attack".
Let's see... mock people for believing 'conspiracy theories' about banning guns after you spoke approvingly of countries that banned guns and had mass confiscations. Yeah, that's a winner.
Higher Education at Yale.
When rioters take territory and loot, they are revealing precisely
how, in a space without cops, property relations can be destroyed and
things can be had for free[…]
But why is it bad to grab an opportunity to improve well-being, to
make life better, easier, or more comfortable? Or, as Hannah Black put
it on Twitter: “Cops exist so people can’t loot ie have nice things for
free so idk why it’s so confusing that people loot when they protest
against cops” [sic]. Only if you believe that having nice things for
free is amoral, if you believe, in short, that the current
(white-supremacist, settler-colonialist) regime of property is just, can
you believe that looting is amoral in itself.
People are paying how much per year for their kids to be indoctrinated with this shit?