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Baltimore Suffered Worst Murder Rate Per Capita of All U.S. Cities in 2017

Despite the accolades in the article below, like many championship teams, the Harm City Hoodrats will not be repeating a championship season. There are numerous reasons for this:

February was brutally cold and icy,

March was so windy a nigga's nine just flung all ova da place

April had ice storms and record rain, as did May

The summer has had more rain than anyone can remember,

The above factors depleted the target rich environment, as no one was sitting on their front stoop to get capped.

Two other factors were:

A lot of shooters actually got capped in 2017

Numerous members of the team have moved to Baltimore County to beef up the expansion franchise.

There is one more item, with 46,000 vacant residences in Baltimore, and the city only claiming about 25,000 to be vacant, the actual population is probably now under 600,000.

As seen in the link below this year's score is only 216 and unlikely to break 300.

There is also the factor that since the BPD have basically withdrawn from deterrence operations, that many violent offenders have begun operating in mugging and street robbery rings instead of trying to muscle in on established drug operations.

On a side note, the boyz are going more hardcore, with stabbing and beating deaths up over last year as a percentage of means.

Overall, in 2018, it has become less lethal to be a criminal and more dangerous I be a civilian.

Baltimore Suffered Worst Murder Rate Per Capita of All U.S. Cities in 2017

25 Sep 2018

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

Chicago gets a lot of press for its high murder rate and the city did, indeed, have far more murders than Baltimore in 2017. But Chicago is also far larger than Baltimore (about 3 million for Chicago versus 615,000 for Baltimore), so on a per capita basis, Maryland’s largest metropolis was far more dangerous for its citizens than even the blood-soaked Windy City.

CBS Baltimore noted that Baltimore’s 342 homicides resulted in a homicide rate of 56 per 100,000 people of cities with more than 500,000 citizens...

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Bryce SharperOctober 2, 2018 3:28 PM UTC


Exposure to European diseases wiped-out 90% of the "native" American populations. The Americas were as populous as Europe prior to the spread of European diseases. The Black Death wiped-out 30% of Eurasia.

The Four Horsemen ride in succession and this is evident from Tuchman's history of the 14th century entitled "A Distant Mirror". The last horseman - the Pale Rider - is Death:

"When the Lamb broke the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature saying, “Come.” I looked, and behold, an ashen horse; and he who sat on it had the name Death; and Hades was following with him. Authority was given to them over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword and with famine and with pestilence and by the wild beasts of the earth." Revelation 6:7-8.

The Horsemen are recurring phenomena until the Great Day of the Lord warning all of us that now - not later - is the time to repent and believe in Jesus.
Jeremy BenthamSeptember 27, 2018 10:16 PM UTC

Tucker Carlson asks Bill Nye the “Science Guy” to explain what percentage of the current climate change is caused natural forces and what percentage is cause by human activity, according to the ‘settled science’ that is. Tucker gets the usual snarky and condescending non-answers as the Leftie non-science guy experiences ‘cognitive dissonance’ his ownself.

Marxist Globalists can’t make the kind of drastic changes they want to make to our culture, economy and system of government unless and until they can frighten the general public enough to want to hand complete power over to them. Hey, doesn’t the ‘fact’ that the surface of the earth will become as hot as that of ‘Venus’ in less than fifty years scare you?
responds:September 28, 2018 12:47 AM UTC

According to my research into the Little Ice Age, the Dark Age and the last major glacial expansion, when northern latitudes experience extreme precipitation and cooling the southwestern U.S. suffers drought.

For 3 months I was in the Rockies and experienced less than a half inch of rain total. In the mean time, the east coast has been getting an inch a day, some days a foot.

It is only anecdotal, but it makes one hope for the return of the old gods of thunder and ice. An Ice Age is just what our sissy race needs.
Phil BSeptember 27, 2018 7:15 AM UTC


The various archaeologists and historians have puzzled for a long time over the mortality rates of people in Medieval Europe due to Black Death (or Bubonic plague). Even in a population that has never been exposed to the disease, the mortality rates do not approach that of Medieval Europe. The explanation is due to crop failures and malnutrition, the population was so weakened that they could not resist the ravages of the disease.

Which sort of makes a mockery of the Global Warming/Climate Change/"Don't know what it'll be called next week" crowds claim that any warming of the climate is directly attributable the activities of late 20th century man.
JRSeptember 27, 2018 4:30 AM UTC

by the by, this also reads like a case study in the global solar minimum

and mini ice age weather changes.

I've been on a mini ice age kick (Adapt2030 and ice age farmer on youtube), so am a bit primed to notice so don't mean to detract from your article.

It was funny you had a post about the mini ice age a few days ago, like some kind of synchronicity or commonalities exist amongst everyone .

Came across this (free) little gem (still reading it) you might be interested in

titled "Black Death and Abrupt Earth Changes in the 14th Century". The website is The book chronicles the onset of the ice age in the 14th C—Massive population losses in the 14th Century from the mini ice age even before the plague struck.

Well, doom porn...but something tells me a redux of the 14C is real, probably happening very soon, and the elites know all about it. A civilization breaker.
responds:September 27, 2018 4:57 AM UTC

I researched the last major ice age for a novel 7 years ago and discovered that droughts in the SW U.S. coincided with ice age conditions in the eastern U.S. and Europe.

I left the intermountain region after 3 months, seeing 3 rains, and came home to Baltimore to find that it rains every day, and has for 5 months.