The US Government has forced the 63 percent white Baltimore County to accept being flooded with impoverished blacks from Baltimore city in taxpayer-subsidized “low-income housing.”
The order, which will destroy the region’s last white residential suburbs, was made legal in terms of a “conciliation agreement” between Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Baltimore County government.
The “agreement” was reached after a suit was launched by the black supremacist National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), a “fair housing group,” and three individuals who claimed Baltimore County had failed to “affirmatively further fair housing.”
The March 15 agreement mandates that “African-Americans” be resettled at taxpayer expense in the county, and was lauded by Hispanic HUD Secretary Julián Castro as a “catalyst to promote housing mobility” and to “address residential segregation.”
What it actually will do is move thousands of low-income, unemployed—and unemployable—blacks out of Baltimore city into the remaining white areas of the surrounding Baltimore County—and destroy them the way that they’ve already destroyed the city.
The “agreement” openly states that its “goal” is to move “low- and very-low-income people out of the city and into the suburbs.”
In terms of the “agreement,” negotiated as part of a “conciliation” between the plaintiffs and Baltimore County, HUD has ordered the country to spend $30 million ($3 million annually for ten years) to create 1,000 “affordable housing units” dispersed in “neighborhoods that provide access to opportunity.”
This of course means where white people live. At least 500 of the units must have “three or more bedrooms to accommodate families with children.”
In addition, the county must also provide 2,000 “Housing Choice Vouchers” to help families gain access to “higher opportunity neighborhoods”—i.e. white neighborhoods.
Housing Choice Vouchers form part of the federal government’s subsidy program, which pays a significant portion of a rental or purchase agreement to assist “very low-income families to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market.”
The HUD “agreement” goes on to state that Baltimore County must “proactively market the units to potential tenants who are least likely to apply, including African American families.”
In addition, the county must introduce legislation that prohibits housing discrimination based on a person’s lawful source of income. This in effect means that a private owner will be outlawed from refusing to rent to anybody whose only source of income is a welfare check.
As if all that was not enough, the agreement also ordered Baltimore County to pay $150,000 to the three individuals who originally launched the complaint.
Baltimore County is located in the northern part of the US state of Maryland. As of the 2010 census, the population was 805,029, of which 63.7 percent was “white alone, not Hispanic or Latino.”
This is in contrast with the city of Baltimore (which is not part of the county), which has a “white alone” population of 28 percent.
The “agreement” has been created in the name of “affirmative action” but is actually just another way of discriminating against whites—and blaming them for the disastrous social conditions which nonwhites inflict upon themselves.