50 Most Violent Cities
When one shines a light under rocks and in dark corners, monstrous acts are apt to be uncovered and illuminated. The 50 violent cities above just happen to be places where records are kept, more or less. In much of the third world, officials are too busy taking bribes and mis-allocating government funds to bother with crime statistics.
Here is another global look at violent crime, focusing on homicide.
Homicide Rates per 100,000 Persons
Violent crime rates and homicide rates do not correlate exactly, but they often correspond closely.
Likewise, the violent crime rates of cities do not necessarily correspond to the violent crime rate rankings of regions or nations. Russia, for example, has a much higher murder rate than the US — more than 2 X the national rate — but unlike the US, Russia has no cities on the top 50 violent crime list.
Often violent crime takes place in and around particular neighborhoods within larger cities.
A city may contain neighborhoods with third-world levels of violent crime and homicide, but if the city is large enough to dilute the statistical effect of these neighborhoods, its overall rates of violence and murder may not place it in the top 50 or top 100 lists.
Violent Crime Has Gene-Linked Aspects
It is not politically correct to point out that rates of violent crime are perennially higher in particular ethnic and racial population groupings, but any police officer anywhere in the world who is worth anything, can point out the ethnic enclaves in their jurisdiction which generate the most crime of various types.
Consider a thought experiment: If one were to remove the statistical effect of high-crime ethnic enclaves in various cities — in the US, for example — overall crime rates for those cities would change significantly, at least statistically:
If New York City were all white, the murder rate would drop by 91 percent, the robbery rate by 81 percent, and the shootings rate by 97 percent.
In an all-white Chicago, murder would decline 90 percent, rape by 81 percent, and robbery by 90 percent. __ Color of Crime 2016 Revised
In other words, without multicultural enclaves, violent crime rates for many US cities would be the same as, or lower than, violent crime rates for the most placid cities in Europe.
Such hypothetical thought experiments are irrelevant to the real world, but they are crucial to an understanding of the origins of violent crime within various cities. And understanding the origins of violent crime may uncover solutions to preventing much of the violent crime in the first place.
Europe is Importing a Future of Violent Crime
As cities of Sweden, Germany, France, Italy, the UK, and Belgium become more “multicultural,” crime rates within particular neighborhoods of these cities are rising. Pressure is being put on police forces to minimise crime reporting in municipal, regional, and national statistics, but the people who live there know what is happening. Recent Italian elections reflect this citizen awareness of demographic change — and one can only expect such an awareness to grow along with the suffering and tyranny caused by Europe’s expanding multiculturalism itself.
Homicide by Nation
It seems unfortunate that some of the regions of the world with the highest homicide rates also happen to be regions with the world’s highest fertility rates. This means that highly violent humans — no matter whether they got that way genetically, culturally, or by cosmic accident — are breeding faster than persons that demonstrate tendencies toward lower levels of violence.
We will leave it as an exercise for the reader to decide the possible implications of these parallel trends in violence and fertility. Particularly in the light of emigration pressures, which will only grow more severe within high fertility, high poverty, high violence, low opportunity societies.
Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst
It is particularly troubling that Europe is turning to unreliable, intermittent forms of electrical power at the same time that it is about to be overwhelmed with ever larger numbers of violence-prone, low IQ, untrainable and unassimilable populations of migrants. Sub Saharan Africa is accustomed to extended power blackouts, but the cities of Europe have no such tolerance. Power blackouts tend to bring out the worst in populations that occupy the lowest rungs on the population stratification hierarchies, and by abandoning more robust and resilient forms of power supply, Europe is inviting human disaster and ruin to its cities.
More intelligent persons will make provisions for increasingly likely catastrophes.
It is never too late to have a Dangerous Childhood.