Will Crime diminish in an Equal Money System? YES!

Communities everywhere are seeing an increase in theft and/or robbery.  When people are unemployed, and struggling to feed and provide for their families they will likely resort to desperate measures such as burglary and/or or theft in order to keep up with their expenses and often this leads to accidental death and/or murder.

An independent research study conducted by the Police Executive Research Forum reported that in January of 2010, 44% of police departments reported seeing an increase in crimes that were directly related to the poor state of the economy.
* 40% increase in theft
* 32% of departments surveyed had an increase in burglaries
* 39% of departments surveyed had an increase in robberies

When people are able to feed and provide for themselves and their family, crime will begin to diminish as fear of survival will stop.  How can we support everyone for this to become a reality and bring forth Heaven on Earth?  The Solution is an Equal Money System. Research Equal Money, you’ll be grateful you did.
Below I’ve provided a few links of recent crimes, however, there are plenty more if one researches.

91 Year-old Man Pleads Guilty to Bank Robbery

Man killed while trying to steal copper

MONTGOMERY COUNTY;Metal thefts on rise in area;Local law enforcement agencies say crimes are now ‘epidemic’

17 arrested for stealing from programs that benefit poor people in New York

The Most Daring Bank Robbery (video)

Pearland residents on edge after unusual robbery

Let’s end the nonsense of crime and suffering.

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About The Solution is Always Equality

I am here standing in support of an Equal Money System. For All Life Equally - From Birth til Death All as One as Equal
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