by Brian Maher
Chesterton — G.K. Chesterton — once wrote of “anarchy from above.”
Anarchy. The word implies a mob amok. Anarchy implies violence. And chaos.
Anarchy implies the murder of law, of order… both borne away by the whirlwind.
American cities have been scenes of anarchy.
How else would a fellow explain Minneapolis police taking to their heels — and abandoning their base to the fiery mob — who proceeded to set it ablaze?