TRAYVON MARTIN RALLIES A BUSINESS NIGHTMARE:CALIFORNIA BUSINESSES FACING FINANCIAL CONSEQUENCES IF VIOLENT PROTESTS WON’T STOP, NO TOURIST WOULD GET EXCITED GOING TO CALIFORNIA IF THIS CHAOS WILL CONTINUE

On the brink: Police cars were attacked in Oakland on the second night of protests following the acquittal

On the third night of Trayvon Martin‘s supporters rally in Los Angeles, California, the Zimmerman protesters are not only getting out of hand but also becoming dangerous. Wal-Mart was raided, windows of businesses like Men’s Wearhouse and Jack in the Box got smashed, reporters got assaulted, a waiter at Flora restaurant got hit in the head with hammer-wielding masked protester, more vandalism and flag burning and for the first time since the Sunday protests L.A. police made 13 arrests.

If this will continue, the spread of more violence is going to cost California a lot of money. Not only businesses have to shut down early to protect themselves from being mobbed, they would be worried too of possible property damages in case the ‘peaceful protesters’ decide to smash their windows or worse. Californians have to be careful also going out at night because you don’t want to get caught in the middle of these protesters or worse get their car smashed.

As for travelers, the Zimmerman protest is not going get anyone excited about going to California. There will be fear to go out at night – although unlike Las Vegas there’s not much to do in L.A. in the evenings. The Trayvon Martin rally is California’s summer nightmare. If this won’t be stopped right away, expect the millions of  financial damages to the business sector of Los Angeles and other parts of the state.

California has become a dangerous travel alert in just three days  just because of the Trayvon Martin mayhem. But if you really want to go to California, I think San Diego is going to continue to be safe because of its Hispanic majority, so if you really want to go to there just go south and play safe.

copyright 2013 katenews2day

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3 thoughts on “TRAYVON MARTIN RALLIES A BUSINESS NIGHTMARE:CALIFORNIA BUSINESSES FACING FINANCIAL CONSEQUENCES IF VIOLENT PROTESTS WON’T STOP, NO TOURIST WOULD GET EXCITED GOING TO CALIFORNIA IF THIS CHAOS WILL CONTINUE

  1. Has nothing to do with Sanford, Florida. I blame the people for not demanding a heavy handed response to people behaving like animals. Damage to businesses will impact their bottom line and cause business to leave the area. Loss of jobs. Welfare requires taxes to pay those on the dole. Small businesses in particular, pay an extremely high and disproportionate share of taxes. The issue is not racial but behavioral, because otherwise, those engaging in stupidity would go to Sanford. I passed a demonstration picket about four miles from where I live. They were orderly and quiet. Had a banner and signs. People were sympathetic to them because of their quiet strength. I was thinking about stopping and interviewing them. If I knew how to get a photograph uploaded without the help of anyone, I would have done so. Big difference between anyone behaving badly and those who have genuine concerns. The people yesterday that were orderly, I respect them. Anyone rioting, causing injuries and property damage, I have no use for them. Maybe something else I noticed yesterday was of interest, the orderly people, were all older people. Their quiet strength spoke volumes of hardships that even I could never understand unless they explained it. They earned, Change.

    • The problem is the mob mentality that’s found among the younger protesters. The opportunity to destroy and cause harm when being done in the company of like-minded people is more easy to do. The comfort and courage come from being part of a mob group and sometimes there’s the tendency to outdo the others on who’s badder, more crazy, or more dangerous. This is not helping the blacks at all.

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