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US Murder Map: Looking for Visual Correlations

Murders in US by County 2014
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Most of the murders in the US are committed within a particular set of locations. The map above helps to highlight the US counties where most homicides take place.

In 2014, the most recent year that a county level breakdown is available, 54% of counties (with 11% of the population) have no murders. 69% of counties have no more than one murder, and about 20% of the population. These counties account for only 4% of all murders in the country.

The worst 1% of counties have 19% of the population and 37% of the murders. The worst 5% of counties contain 47% of the population and account for 68% of murders. As shown in figure 2, over half of murders occurred in only 2% of counties. __ http://crimeresearch.org/2017/04/number-murders-county-54-us-counties-2014-zero-murders-69-1-murder/

Murders Concentrate in Most Dangerous Counties
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Is There Anything Special About These Murder Magnets?

As you would expect, most murders are committed where most people live — in cities. But not all cities are the same. Cities with neighborhoods that contain more members of particular ethnic groups tend to have higher murder rates. We observe this phenomenon in cities such as Detroit, St. Louis, Baltimore, Birmingham, Miami, New Orleans, and several other US cities (within counties) with particularly high murder rates.

Oddly enough, when one compares US county maps, one may find a visual correlation between counties that voted for former US President Obama in 2012, and counties with high crime rates in 2014 (see map at top above).

Obama Counties in 2012
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Roughly 95% of inner city urban residents voted for Obama. In fact, a large number of dead, senile, and felonious urban residents voted for Obama as well, due to the tight control of many urban precincts held by Obama loyalists and true believers. In politics, operators do what is necessary to win.

Consider again the crime : politics correlation when viewing this 3D map of urban participation in the 2012 election:

Corruption, Crime, Cheating at the Polls
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Voter fraud within the large cities of swing states in the 2012 election probably explains why Barack Obama was allowed to serve a second term.

If anybody has been reading the news lately, there has been some gradually disturbing news coming out about voting fraud in the Presidential Election. In critical swing states like Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois there are a lot of precincts in Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Chicago which reported 100% of their votes cast for Obama. These add up to many 10’s of thousands of votes for Obama and 0 for Romney. I repeat, 0 for Romney. I have read a number of articles about this and people knowlegable in Political Science and Statistics are starting to take notice of this.Statistically, even if among 10’s of thousands of voters all wanted to vote fo Obama, it would not be possible to receive 100% of the vote because at least a few would make a mistake and vote incorrectly for Romney. Not to mention the fact that a least a few of those 10’s of thousands might actually disagree with Obama. These types of election returns are only seen in countries run by dictators. I do not understand why this is not getting more attention. _Comment at NBC Chicago

Inner cities with high crime rates are often virtual “no-go” zones for police. A lot of murder tends to be done there. It is easy for voting precincts within such insulated “no-go” zones to do whatever they wish when it comes to registration of voters and counting the votes. Particularly when they receive a wind-wink, nod-nod, from city hall and often state leadership and national powers. A recent preliminary audit of voting machines in Detroit precincts for the 2016 elections demonstrated that 37% of Detroit precincts registered “more votes than they should have.” Such investigations of such precincts are never carried too far — for fear of what might be discovered. Follow the money and the power too deeply, and you are likely to get yourself into trouble.

What one sees in Detroit can also be seen in Chicago, Baltimore, Philly, DC, LA, Oakland, Tulsa, Memphis, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, and other cities containing neighborhoods with high numbers of people who are of particular cultures and of particular political persuasions. Lots of crime — including murders. Questionable polling results. Corruption at all levels that never quits.

And remember that much evidence points to millions of illegal votes having been cast in the most recent US election, mostly in states that border with Mexico.

Hope for the best. Prepare for the worst.

The Trump administration can make some progress against this violence : corruption axis by defunding particular programs which Obama used to channel $billions into left wing activist organisations. Obama also packed much of the federal bureaucracy with “sleeper” radicals, whose job it is to obstruct any reforms that might clean up the murder : corruption axis that served Obama and his extended cause so well. Trump must meticulously attempt to remove as many of these vile disruptors as possible. But this level of rot cannot be fixed through normal channels of political reform.

One area where Trump has achieved some success is by slowing the cross-border infiltration of illegals by land. This has been achieved simply by beginning to once again enforce laws which are already on the books, but which had been studiously ignored by highly placed Obama officials.

Keep in mind that a nation is only as good as its human substrate, combined with its rule of law and system of economic trade. On the international front, dysgenic procreation is the rule, and overwhelms virtually all other procreation in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. This erosion of the human substrate is somewhat less severe in Europe and the Anglosphere — but as you can see for the US, it has deep roots within particular parts of the country, and tends to spread outward over time.

Solutions are Complex and Tentative

For now, it is best to follow conventional lines of redress, using the laws that work, while attempting to re-write laws that obstruct a more expansive and abundant human future. A focus on enforcement of useful laws is likewise warranted. More rational, future-oriented attorneys and judges in high places are likewise needed, along with high quality law enforcement personnel.

Most of all, Europe and the Anglosphere need many more Dangerous Children: competent, strong, clever, wise, and experienced.

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