Comptroller: Visit 65 percent black Baltimore for July 4, or ‘give into the bad guys’

July 5th, 2015
My favorite quote for Independence Day 2015 comes from the Comptroller of Balitmore, the 65 percent black city where police recently were told to "stand down" so blacks could riot/loot/burn/assault police unimpeded by the state

For the state in Baltimore is completely controlled by elected black people, thus the people (overwhelmingly black) must be protected. Remember: tolerating black criminality is the key to ensuring a city remains in the hands of black elected officials, because the white minority remaining in the city will never be an electoral threat to Organized Blackness

So what's the quote? [ Comptroller: visit Baltimore for July 4, or 'give into the bad guys', Baltimore Sun, July 2, 2015]:
The windows of the Trinacria Italian Cafe, which were shattered by rocks thrown during April's protests, have been repaired, no longer showing any sign of the city's unrest. 
But the restaurant on W. Centre Street is full of other subtle reminders of the rioting — six newly installed security cameras, a piece of paper hung on a fridge with well-wishes from the community and, as of Thursday, a certificate of recognition from the state comptroller honoring the cafe's contribution to the city. 
Comptroller Peter Franchot toured downtown Baltimore Thursday, stopping first at the Trinacria Italian Cafe, before going to the National Aquarium and then to the Captain James Landing Restaurant in an effort to promote the city before this weekend's Independence Day festivities. 
"Our message today is that Baltimore is a gem of city and it's important during the Fourth of July that people come down here to patronize businesses like [Trinacria]," Franchot said. "You can't gloss it over — the riots had a negative impact on the small businesses, but boy, there's so many things to enjoy. 
"The last thing we need is people throwing up their hands and saying, 'Geez, I can't do anything to help the city,'" he said. 
"Yes you can, you can come out and spend your money down here." Franchot said he hopes people choose Baltimore as their holiday destination. 
"We're not going to prevail if we give into the bad guys by not coming to Baltimore City and not enjoying these wonderful cafes and sites," he said. 
"If we avoid Baltimore, we're giving in. That's the message to send on the Fourth of July."

But who are these bad guys the good people of Maryland are hoping to avoid by not coming to Baltimore? Who are these bad guys the good people of Maryland, the latter of which have the purchasing power to propel an economy forward wherever they go (whereas the former lack any form of purchasing power and instead regress economies wherever they are found)?

Perhaps a passage from David Simon's The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City Neighborhood might shed some light onto where these "bad guys" keeping good people from entering Baltimore in 2015 came from, when he ascribed the Great Migration of blacks from the Southern portion of the United States with drastically altering the future of Baltimore:

It was 1942 and William McCullough, at the age of fourteen, was a small but committed part of the largest ethnic migration in American history. It was larger than the flight of the starving Irish a century before, larger still than the succeeding waves of Eastern European and Italian immigrants who later crowded the halls of Ellis Island and Castle Garden. The black exodus from the rural South in this century would utterly transform the American cities of the East and Midwest. In the Mississippi Valley, the northward migration brought thousands of southern blacks to Memphis, Kansas City, St. Louis, and ultimately, the terminus cities of Chicago and Detroit. In the East, the same phenomenon brought waves of migrants to Baltimore and Washington, Philadelphia and New York.

There was nothing surprising about this. Mechanization was changing the agrarian economy of the South, with the sharecropping and tenant farming that characterized so much of the black rural life increasingly marginalized. By the early 1940s, even the farming of cotton- the most labor-intensive of the Southern crops – was being transformed as  mechanical cotton pickers were perfected and marketed. Once the South had staked both its society and economy on black labor; by World War II, the same labor force was expendable.

To the north, the smoking cities of the American industrial belt offered an alternative. Even in the Depression years, the pages of the black community newspaper in the McCullough hometown of Winnsboro were littered with the notices of a generation inexorably drifting northward: “We regret to report another departure for Baltimore…” 
“Mr. Hill, a Winnsboro native and lifelong resident of the county, will leave to join relatives in Philadelphia.” 
“On Sunday last, a good-bye picnic was held for the Singletary family…” 
“… the young gentleman will be departing our community next month with friends to pursue prospects in Washington…”

Baltimore siphoned from the rural black population of both Carolinas and the Virginia tidewater. Southern whites- those with any sense of the future anyway- began to see the migration as beneficial, a pressure valve on their demographic time bomb. Though increasingly superfluous in the wake of mechanized agriculture, the black population had become a majority in many rural counties, a growing threat to the world of Jim Crow that might one day require a reckoning. Now, through migration, much of that reckoning would come in the North. (p. 88-89, The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City Neighborhood).

Baltimore was 81 percent white in 1940 (p. 212, Brown in Baltimore: School Desegregation and the Limits of Liberalism); today, it’s 65 percent black.

Happy Independence Day!

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July 4th, 2015
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The Cost to America of Black Freedom

July 4th, 2015
Escape from Detroit and Detroit: The Unauthorized Autopsy of America's Bankrupt Black Metropolis tell the story of how Detroit went from being the "Paris of the West" to becoming the greatest example of racial differences in the history of man. 

A city nearly 100 percent white in 1915 is now 83 percent black in 2015. 

An almost entirely black city whose citizens have an aversion to paying their water bills and whose police chief warned, "he wouldn't stop there to pump gas at night," because of the fear of being carjacked. 

And now comes this news. [Top takeaways: Detroit's foreclosure meltdown, Detroit News, July 2, 2015]:
The Detroit News analyzed thousands of property records, including a Blight Task Force survey, to catalog the conditions of 65,000 mortgage foreclosures in Detroit since 2005.
The analysis shows for the first time the extent of damage to neighborhoods and the bill Detroit inherited when foreclosed homes were left open to destruction.
Among the findings:
In Detroit, 56 percent of mortgage foreclosures are now blighted or abandoned. At least 13,000 are slated for demolition at a projected cost of $195 million. The total cost of blight is $500 million.
More than 1 in 3 homes have been foreclosed in 10 years in Detroit, the equivalent of every house in Buffalo.
In Detroit, homes lost to foreclosure are often never reoccupied: 76 percent of the 84,000 properties on the city's blight list are tax or mortgage foreclosures.
Subprime lending was rampant in Detroit. Of all city mortgages, 68 percent were subprime in 2005, compared to 27 percent statewide and 24 percent nationwide, according to federal records. Video: Understanding prime vs. subprime mortgages.
Defunct subprime lenders Argent, Ameriquest and New Century Financial Corp. had some of the highest rates of foreclosures that later became problems for the city.
Of those, 52 percent are now considered blighted, demolition-worthy or have been seized by Wayne County for the owner's failure to pay taxes. Citywide, 56 percent of all mortgage foreclosures are now similarly troubled.
Mayor Mike Duggan is searching for more federal funds to continue a blitz that demolished 3,500 buildings last year at a cost of about $15,000 per home. Tens of thousands remain.
The Wayne County Treasurer's Office plans this fall to auction about 30,000 Detroit properties — including about 10,000 occupied homes — that are three or more years delinquent on taxes.
Greensboro Street in northeast Detroit is an extreme example of the impact of subprime loans and foreclosures. All but five of 38 homes on a stretch of Greensborohave gone into mortgage or tax foreclosure since 2005. Graphic: The decimation of one city block.
Meanwhile, Detroit officials did not follow the moves of other cities such as Cleveland and Memphis, Tennessee, that sued lending institutions over predatory lending and subsequent blighted foreclosures.
Predatory lending?

Detroit was blighted and ruined by predatory freedom.

All of those foreclosures and blighted properties in now 83 percent black Detroit were long ago built to house a people entirely genetically different than the ones responsible for creating the conditions in 2015 where the police chief voices his concern with pumping gas at night.

This isn't a civilization; it's a post-apocapytic nightmare.

On this eve of the Fourth of July remember: Universal Suffrage is Universal Suffering.

And while southerners rightfully worry about the move to eradicate/erase their history in the former Confederate States of America, never forget freed blacks are working to eradicate/erase whatever history remains of the white people who once made Detroit the "Paris of the West."

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July 2nd, 2015
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Isn’t This Exactly What Happened?

July 2nd, 2015
All the monuments will come down.

Every one.

Confederate or American, it doesn't matter what they celebrate, they will come down.

For they celebrate white men fighting, living, dying, and ultimately thriving to defend the interests of white people. The monuments were erected to celebrate the lives, deeds, exploits and sacrifices of those white people who had perished so white people living long after the statute had been built could understand their connection to the past... so future citizens would always remember the men who had once existed so that they could exist.

Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson knew what was once at stake, as Ron Maxwell powerfully captured in the Ted Turner financed Gods and Generals.