TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — St. Louis overtook Camden, N.J., as the nation's most dangerous city in 2009, according to a national study released Sunday.
The study by CQ Press found St. Louis had 2,070.1 violent crimes per 100,000 residents, compared with a national average of 429.4. That helped St. Louis beat out Camden, which topped last year's list and was the most dangerous city for 2003 and 2004.Wow, over 2000 violent crimes per 100k residents. Mostly it's nigger killing nigger, but Whites are victims as well. I think Saint Louis has something like 127 murders already this year, that with a population of about 350k. Did you know that St. Louis used to be one of the largest cities in the country? It had almost a million people at one time and hosted the 1904 Worlds Fair? After the "civil rights" imposition on the country during the late 40s and 50s, the town emptied as negros spread out from their respective ghettos.
Detroit, Flint, Mich., and Oakland, Calif., rounded out the top five. For the second straight year, the safest city with more than 75,000 residents was Colonie, N.Y.
"Crime is based on a variety of factors. It's based on geography, it's based on poverty, it's based on the economy," Van Ross said. Violent crime is based on the percentage of niggers or other non-whites you have in your midst.
"That is not to say that urban cities don't have challenges, because we do," Van Ross said.
Did you know that if you subtracted all the negro murders and rapes, carjackings, properties crimes, robberies and such, you would have a crime rate in St. Louis of probably .1 per 100,000? Seriously, St. Louis proper would not have had a single murder committed by a white this year, AT ALL. Interesting, huh?