In one of Tim Pool's recent videos, he outlined this scenario -
Mayors and governors allow the riots, the wealthy and middle class move away, selling their homes and businesses at bargain prices, far below their worth. En masse. Billionares and large corporations buy up everything, and when the area recovers in a few years, the value of the properties and businesses doubles or triples. He also noted that the exorbitant tax rates make it difficult for someone to become crazy rich, which means there are only so many crazy rich people.
This is probably why so many very rich people support Democrats, as the taxes keep competition at a minimum, keep the club smaller. Pool didn't make that last point, but the earlier ones were very erudite. Kudos to Pool, if he didn't hear them elsewhere.
Like most everyone, I've been wondering what the point was. What did they hope to accomplish by burning the place down, with no plan for anything to replace it? But now I'm sure some politicians, attorneys general, etc are going to be retiring as muti-millionaires.
Nothing these people do have a single purpose. Control of peoples lives seems to be a motivating factor to these psychopaths as well. Causing people suffer is their delight.
I'm not sure if it was Icke, Tsarion or Freeman that said we are their property, they identify us as their property by the brand wear.
Surprisingly, none of the BLM or the Antifa rioters point out many of the police departments were trained in Israel. These tactics ultimately lead us to the defund the police narrative.
I had seen what was called 'the ringer' for housing in Seattle before. What we now identify as a Karen moved in and had everyone evicted from the apartments she was a new tenant in. That way the owners didn't have to pay for tenants relocation fees. A new apartment building was built after tearing down the apartments that was already there but had less capacity for more tenants.
Weird that these rioters have started targeting people like the politicians, police chiefs and attorneys.