The city of Chicago, which is now nearly 70 percent nonwhite, has surpassed 65 percent nonwhite New York as the “murder capital” of the United States, according to new figures released by the FBI.
The nonwhite figures are actually higher than the official statistics, because the FBI, like the rest of the US government, classes Hispanics, Middle Easterners, Arabs, and many others as ‘white’ for recordkeeping purposes.
According to the figures, the nonwhite city of Chicago registered more homicides than any city in the nation in 2012— despite the fact that Chicago only has one-third as many residents as New York.
The FBI figures showed that there were 500 murders in Chicago in 2012, up from the 431 reported in 2011. New York reported 419 murders last year, compared with 515 in 2011.
The figures also showed that the nonwhite city of Flint, Michigan, is the city where residents stand the greatest chance of being murdered. Sixty-three murders occurred in 2012 in Flint, a city of 101,632, meaning one in every 1,613 city residents were homicide victims.
Flint has an official ‘white’ population of 35 percent—down from 70 percent in 1970.
The wrecked nonwhite city of Detroit reported 386 murders in 2012, which works out at one for every 1,832 residents.
All in all, the murder rate in the US rose by 9.7 percent in cities with populations between 500,000 and 1 million, according to the FBI figures. This increase tallies precisely with the increasing Third Worldization of American cities which is the inevitable result of the mass immigration policies pursued by successive administrations.
Fifteen cities reported more than 100 murders in 2012. These included Chicago, New York, Detroit, Philadelphia (331), Los Angeles (299), Baltimore (219), Houston (217), New Orleans (193), Dallas (154), Memphis (133), Oakland (126), Phoenix (124), St. Louis (113), Kansas City (105) and Indianapolis (101). Washington DC reported 88 murders in 2012.
According to FBI data, 69.3 percent of all homicides involved a gun. More than 40 percent of all violent crimes took place in the South, which accounts for 37.4 percent of the country’s population. Violent crime was less likely to be reported in the Northeast and Midwest, the data show—also of course the places in the US which are, relatively speaking, the whitest.