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The Incredible Shrinking Cities
Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore Lead Nation in Population Loss

What’s happening of course is that cities with black majorities are continuing to lose more and more of their remaining middle and working class white people who are fleeing the endemic crime and general mismanagement in those cities. The communities that are gaining population are for the most part in sunbelt states with no state income tax (Maricopa County, Arizona is at the top of the list). These locations are naturally attractive to retirees.

“Wayne County, where Detroit is the county seat, had the second largest population loss of any county in the nation; and Baltimore, Md., an independent city that the Census Bureau counts as a county, had the third largest population loss.”

“In Baltimore, the population dropped 6,738 to 614,664. Births outnumbered deaths in Baltimore, 8,654 to 6,871, and 3,402 people moved into Baltimore from foreign countries. But 11,008 people moved out of Baltimore to other places in the United States.”

Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore Lead Nation in Population Loss; Maricopa County Has Biggest Gain


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WellReadEdMarch 27, 2017 3:53 AM UTC

North DIndustan has gotten so bad that the Dindus can no longer abide living among their brethren. They are now moving to the 'burbs, where they are transforming once pleasant, middle-class, white enclaves into replicas of North Dindustan. In turn, white people are fleeing declining property values and rising crime rates by moving farther away from the invading hordes.

A perfect example of history repeating itself; instead of doing away with the criminal element when they encounter them, honkies run. It is akin to negotiating with a Crocodile in the hopes it eats you last.
PRMarch 25, 2017 8:05 PM UTC

Paging Martin Van Creveld....

The fact that the states gaining the most have no income tax is telling. People have lost confidence in most local and state governments to do anything productive with tax money. People in the highest-taxed states must be instinctively seeing the urban blight, yoof, section 8ers, and manufacturing loss and literally seeing their tax dollars at "work" displacing them.
James LaFondMarch 24, 2017 11:21 PM UTC

Jeremy, I sit and reflect as I read your report on the shrinking Baltimore and wonder, what will the number of people from outside the U.S. moving in be next year?

At what point will the replacement workers equal the lost local workers?

By the way, I have been at this desk for five hours straight and the police helicopter has circled overhead in this area for most of that time.