Thursday, August 31, 2006

Crime Is Rising Again

One of the jewels in the Establishment's crown for the past decade or so has been a claim that violent crime (meaning in practice violent crime against white people) was receding from its murderously high levels of Seventies and Eighties.

A lot of this, of course, is merely hot air that had to do with juggling the crime statistics in various ways. Anyone who lives in an American city knows that the streets are just as dangerous as ever, and White people, especially women and the elderly, still live in fear behind locked doors.

A lot of the apparent decrease in crime also had to do with the fact that by the early 1990s White people had largely completely fled the inner cities, leaving them in the hands of the minorities--all-black New Orleans and Detroit and Hispanic Los Angeles are good examples.

There was indeed a slight drop in the incidence of butchery because the mud-colored gangs and criminals had fewer victims available and because black-on-black and black-Hispanic crime is not reported anywhere nearly as much. Finally, it is a fact that almost an entire generation of black criminals literally killed themselves off in the 1980s through gunfire and AIDS; for several years the death rate among young black males from these two causes alone exceeded all others.

But according to a sneak preview of the FBI Uniform Crime Statistics, now murders, robberies and aggravated assaults in the United States are increasing, spurring an overall rise in violent crime for the first time since 2001. This almost certainly has to do with the increasing number of criminal Hispanic illegal aliens surging over America's wide open borders. Web sites such as have tracked the rise in alien crime against Whites and make instructive reading.

According to media reports, murders rose 4.8 percent, meaning there were more than 16,900 victims in 2005. That would be the most since 1998 and the largest percentage increase in 15 years. Murders jumped from 272 to 334 in Houston, probably due to the influx of negroid New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katrina. Murders rose from 330 to 377 in heavily black Philadelphia, and from 131 to 144 in Las Vegas, now a major center of illegal Hispanic immigration as the casinos switch from American to illegale labor. The overall increase in violent crime is the largest percentage increase since 1991.

Crime last year increased in all regions, although the 5.7 percent rise in the Midwest was at least three times any other region's. These states include Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

This is one of the areas hardest hit by the oceanic influx of Mexicans as they roll across the undefended border in endless waves, right into the American heartland. It is also an area which was previously largely white. But other areas which have become centers of Hispanic migration have also been hit hard by an increase in violent crime. In Hartford, Conn. for example, murders jumped more than 50 percent, from 16 to 25.


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