crime and theft reduction starts with seeing to the needs of the poor met if we’re look at the numbers of crimes committed
however, if we’re looking at the devastating impact of actions committed, we will see it is the rich who cause unimaginable death and destruction, and they are praised for it.
it is not the poor destroying the environment, it is not the poor running sweatshops, it is not the poor destroying lives to the number of billions, no, it is the wealthy elite causing this destruction.
we can look and see it is the business practices of 100 corporations that account for 71% of carbon emissions
notwithstanding the fact that the worlds richest 11% are responsible for half of all the worlds emissions, to put that in raw numbers, 784,000,000 [784 million] people consume as much as 6,350,000,000 [6.35 billion] people.
it is clear where the majority of crime is committed, it is just not legally defined as a crime despite destroying more land and lives than the poor could ever dream of.