Baltimore: the Epilogue

It has been less than two months since the Baltimore riots. Predictably, Charm City has slipped from mainstream news, since there is nothing currently “newsworthy” that advances the Left’s agenda. The aftermath of the insurrection is notable, nonetheless, as sad tribute to the hopelessness of destructive liberal solutions.

  • mauser 98

    ………rewriting history

    Baltimore City, county leaders want to rename Robert E. Lee Park

    • Oh yea that’ll end all the problems of the Black Community.

      • mauser 98

        Bobby Lee was against slavery . Lincoln hated blacks did not care about slavery. he arrested thousands without charge ,shut down newspapers.

      • Exile1981

        Yes because renaming a park after a serial rapist and serial liar is more in tune with the black communities morals and ideals than a man who valued hard work and education.

        • mauser 98

          Bill Clinton?

          • Exile1981

            Clinton and Gore

  • In order to understand what is going on, one must have the ability to look at the bigger picture.

    Liberals are simply unwilling of incapable of looking at the long term effects of their social engineering experiments.

    What is happening to Sweden may be the best example.

    LIberals also like to hide the failures in Baltimore and Detroit with talk or white people’s biggotry.

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  • UCSPanther

    The way I see it, Baltimore is finished.

    Welcome to Detroit-style ruin…

    • Exile1981

      I would never move to a city that has seen large scale looting and riots. It shows fundamental issues are in play and that that local is not a safe place to raise a family, own property or a business or even visit.

      • Justin St.Denis


        • Exile1981

          I posted a link yesterday to a story about a restaurant in Strathmore Alberta that is at the center of a major outbreak of Hep-A. A TFW was infected and handling food for 10 days and likely exposed hundreds of clients to the disease. Calgary Health Authority is giving free shots to anyone who ate at the location during those 10 days.

          I know that restaurant, I and some of my crews have eaten there during our travels for work. None of us will ever eat there again. It’s the same as a city like Baltimore and Fergusson, once that trauma has become public knowledge and part of the public consciousness then people will avoid that location because of it’s association with a bad thing.

          In the case of Baltimore the riots and looting will be forever a stain on the city. people will avoid going there, no one would hold a conference or a major event there unless they could get it dirt cheap. The insurance on an event like that in a city with a history of race riots would be obscene, so they will likely see tourism and conference travelers fall off and then the businesses that cater to those people will leave and that will mean less jobs and less tax base. Baltimore is past the tipping point and on it’s way down the slide into Detroit and Chicago territory.

      • glasnost

        And an easy way to choose your destination is by checking the demographics.

    • It’s well on its way.

  • Justin St.Denis

    I wonder what gay film director John Waters has to say about what all this progressivism in his beloved Baltimore has produced. Anybody heard anything? Waters is as left as they come. I would love to hear his take on things now.

    • He’s wealthy, he don’t live in the bad part of town I suspect.

  • Hard Little Machine

    It’s just another falling down American city. Who cares. The government class got what it wanted – a city run by and for the government where the only economic activity is the government. Mission Accomplished.