Thursday, November 29, 2012

The End of Detroit?

When the population of negroes reaches a certain percentage corruption, criminality, and collapse must inevitably follow. From the African all vs. all, to the Chicago tribal warfare, to the ruins of Detroit this statement has been proven to be a law of nature as consistent as gravity. Ignoring this law brings nothing but waste, misery and White victims. After sixty years of trying to alchemize the negro into a White person through endless tax 'n' spend funded primarily by productive Whites we're finally nearing the end game for the negro enclave called Detroit. The former Paris of the Midwest, the City built by White genius and industry now lies dead, buried beneath negro dysfunction. Fully annexed by Africa, economically insolvent and with only more doom on the horizon the question becomes "what next?"

To save the city we may need to destroy it.


WWJ Lansing Bureau Chief Tim Skubick reports some state Republicans are talking about giving the city the option to vote itself into bankruptcy. And mid-Michigan Senator Rick Jones said all options should be considered — including dissolving the city.


“If we have to, that is one idea we have to look at. We really have to look at everything that is on the table,” Jones said. “Again, if this goes to federal bankruptcy, every employee down there will suffer, the city will suffer and the vultures will come in and take the jewels of Detroit and they will be gone.”


“Detroit needs to solve their problems, but they need support and we’ve been very supportive partners, I believe, in terms of offering different ideas and thoughts. And I just encourage them to work harder about working better together,” Snyder said.



“We move forward and we start looking for new leadership, and we don’t make the mistake that we made before — we certainty don’t look around and outsource the mayor’s office,” Mongo said.


“Anything short of a tidal wave and Mayor Bing getting out with his boots on, or doin’ a [New Jersey Gov.] Chris Christie, no — he can’t win,” Mongo said. ”I don’t think Mayor Bing could beat me and I’ve never run for anything in my life. Honestly, no. He should leave.”



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Images are from the Ruins of Detroit. There are many more incredible pictures at that site.

R.I.P. Detroit.

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