As usual when things go awry and there are large numbers of blacks around, things have degenerated into chaos in the Caribbean and parts of Florida.
And again as usual, the white man is called upon to fix what’s broke.
If you call yourself a race realist, then be proud. You knew exactly what the situation would be like after Hurricane Irma. If you’re a liberal, go back to reading the garbage at the Huffington Post.
People say they are scared for their lives after looting broke out in several countries after Hurricane Irma spread.
Power has gone down for 7.2million homes and businesses in Florida meaning that there has been looting in the US as well as on Caribbean islands.
One man in the British Virgin Islands has resorted to carrying a knife around with him to protect himself as the situation teeters on the edge of losing control.
Between 100 and 120 inmates were said to have escape a prison on the Virgin Islands after the building was partially destroyed by Irma.
Meanwhile in the US police have taken to shaming looters they captured, taking a picture of them as they sit in a cell.
Miami Police Department posted a Facebook image of nine people zip-tied in jail with the caption: ‘Thinking about looting? Ask these guys how that turned out #stayindoors.’
Footage from St Martin (above) shows large-scale looting on the streets with people freely walking through town centres taking items.
More than two dozen have been arrested for looting across Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Countless people were caught running from a Foot Locker carrying as many pairs of sneakers as they could.
Some were filmed arriving in the parking lot and getting out of their cars with huge plastic bags.
It comes after the mayor of Tampa locked down the city with a curfew and promised to be aggressive with looters.
Bob Buckhorn said on Sunday night: ‘There is nothing worse than taking advantage of your fellow citizens at a time like this. We will not tolerate in any way, shape or form anybody we catch engaged in criminal behaviour, particularly in the areas that have been hardest-hit by this hurricane.
‘If you are out on the street as of 6pm, we are going to challenge you and find out what you’re doing out there. It’s very important that everyone stay inside until we give the all-clear.’
People caught outside after 6pm could be arrested and face misdemeanour charges.
Widespread looting and violence against stranded hotel guests has also reportedly swept an island left crippled by Hurricane Irma.
Looters started raiding hotels and shops in St Maarten after the Category 5 storm battered the island on Wednesday.
Those remaining in the Dutch territory said the situation was like a ‘civil war’ as looters armed with guns and knives descended on vulnerable locations.
Dutch soldiers were deployed on Friday to help authorities on the island, who were struggling as communications were hit badly by the storm.
Yesterday, Prime Minister William Marlin said the island remains under curfew and that the looting has ‘subsided’.
Marlin said about 1,600 tourists who were on the island have been evacuated and efforts are being made to move 1,200 more.
On Friday, Massimiliano Napoliello, the manager of a bar in Maho Beach, made a desperate appeal to help families, children and babies get off the island.
He wrote on Facebook: ‘The situation in SXM is a HELL! NO WATER NO FOOD NO ELECTRICITY NO COMMUNICATION!
‘They are completely isolated and there are CRIMINALS carrying GUNS AND KNIVES SHOOTING and looting all over!
‘NOTHING IS WORKING, THERE ARE NO RULES, THERE IS NO LAW AND NO PROTECTION RIGHT NOW!’
Local media reported how a group of men overpowered security and staff at Simpson Bay Resort before heading to rooms to take jewellery and money.
‘They even punched and kicked another tourist for trying to stop them from looting. Thank god for marines and police who came and got the situation under control,’ a tourist told The Daily Herald.
Military personnel arrested five men and the area was cleared by police and coastguard officials.
Many islanders took to social media to urge people to stay inside.
This local made her plea on Facebook: ‘People stay at your homes we are under 24 hr curfew .
‘The army and police are enforcing the law to the full extent. Be warned persons caught committing crimes will feel the full brunt of the law!’
Among the opportunists taking advantage of the worrying situation, are reports of kind locals doing their best to help out.
Workers at Ranchos bar in Simpson Bay, near to the hotel looters targeted, had a cookout on Friday and gave food to people in need.
Robin Pieters shared a video of the Good Samaritans on Facebook saying their actions were ‘beyond compassion’.
Local media reported that instead of the meat going bad, the bar wanted to help feed hungry islanders and encouraged other businesses to do the same.
The Prime Minister said many nations and people have offered help to St Maarten, but weather conditions will determine how this can be coordinated.
Authorities are still trying to determine the extent of damage to the island, but he said 28 police officers lost homes during Hurricanes Irma and Jose.