When hitting the pavement, I interface with Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Independents, Green Party, Anarchists, Socialists, Nationalists, Sovereign Citizens and more. My Street Patrol is non-partisan, a welcome relief to moribund progressives I comfort, in the wake of a cage match presidential election.
I have a party affiliation and political ideology but they’re irrelevant when addressing hunger, insecurity or other universal needs. There is a political track to my advocacy but on the pavement focus is upon creating safety and sharing supply.
The pavement offers clarity overlooked by dueling sound bites and snarky talking points. Its brutal honesty speaks louder than talking heads and pundits. The pavement tells us homelessness and hunger are products of elitism so cruel that it seems the handiwork of foreign enemies instead of homegrown super villains like the Chamber of Commerce.
My Street Patrol, like other grassroots efforts, isn’t elitist. Elitism is incompitable with real reform where humane productivity trumps pedigree. The elites don’t do good on the streets or anywhere else.
That’s our job.
-Nadra Enzi aka Cap Black, RLSH, in New Orleans. @nadraenzi on twitter.
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