Increasing numbers of commercial businesses in the black overrun city of Baltimore, Maryland, are closing up and fleeing in the wake of an 88 percent increase in commercial robberies in that metropole, it has emerged.
The homicide rate in the 71 percent non-white city surged to a record 343 killings in 2017, which works out at 56 killings per 100,000 people. Baltimore has about 615,000 inhabitants.
Police in the city attributed the overwhelming majority of Baltimore’s crime to “gangs, drugs and illegal guns.”
Another report revealed that the black criminals have increasingly turned their attention to robbing the city’s remaining commercial businesses, and that such crime has risen 88 percent in the last five years, from 560 commercial robberies in 2013 to more than 1,000 last year.
According to the report, business owners “are also complaining of threats outside their stores: drug dealing, intimidation, stabbings and shootings.”
This was exactly what happened in Detroit, and the ongoing violence eventually left that black city without any major retail outlets.
Cailey Locklair Tolle, president of the Maryland Retailers Association, was quoted as explaining that that a lot of her organization’s members “don’t relocate. It’s a massive endeavor. A lot of times they just go out of business.”
A CBS News “Murder map of Deadliest U.S. cities” revealed that Baltimore is officially the second most deadly city in the US, beaten only by equally black St. Louis, Missouri—which was also the scene of massive anti-white riots.
Third most deadly city on the CBS map was black overrun New Orleans, Louisiana, and Detroit comes in fourth.