“Out Of Control Genocide” In Baltimore, Residents Support Martial Law

While in Baltimore City, Maryland, death and despair are a few things that are plentiful as the region descends into chaos. Deindustrialization coupled with depopulation started in the 1960s stripping the city of economic wealth. Many don’t want to admit, the city is shrinking as their looking glass is clouded with Kevin Plank’s gentrification narrative.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Drawing attention to it makes you a racist. Just ignore it and carry on.

  • Editor

    I anchored in the revamped, tourist friendly inner harbour for a few days in 1987. The touristy part was crawling with Cops and felt rather safe but I was advised in no uncertain terms by the “local knowledge” not to venture too far north of E Pratt street. That was 30 years ago. I can only imagine what it’s like now.

    • DMB

      No Go zones don’t just apply to Muslim dominated areas.

    • Malcolm Y

      Yeah I once went to Oktoberfest in Baltimore. There was a destroyer, I think, tied up at the docks. And I walked down to Babe Ruth’s childhood home. No problem at that time.

      • Editor

        I visited the USS Torsk, a WW II submarine, a light ship and the USS Constellation back in 1987. It was quite interesting. And the odd whif of cinnamon and nutmeg would float by the harbour from the McCormick plant nearby.

  • Exile1981

    The people of the city voted to go down this path and stubbornly refuse to choose to change corse.