St. Louis: Why I Didn’t Bother Trying To Improve My Hometown
By Hunter Wallace
If you are from the St. Louis area, this video will definitely strike a chord:
Note: Do I feel any sympathy for the people who have singlehandedly made St. Louis the most violent city in America?
No, I don’t feel any sympathy for them at all. The black crime in St. Louis has gotten so bad that it is even worse than Detroit now. I have no sympathy at all for the people who terrorize St. Louis, who have yard signs which say “We must stop killing each other,” and who shot Christopher Sanna in the back outside that Cardinals game. THEY are the problem in St. Louis, not the police, “white privilege” or “systemic racism.”
When I cross that bridge on the Missouri River and enter St. Charles County, my heart bleeds for all the folks who were refugees from black dysfunction in St. Louis and St. Louis County, who built St. Louis and made it into a great city, but who had to move across the river to rebuild their civilization. It is their own modern day Trail of Tears.