All you have to do is look.
All you have to do is open your eyes.
The city belongs to them, remade in every possible fashion in their image.
Black History Month should celebrate the greatest collective achievement of individual black people; the complete ruination of a 1st World City/Civilization (as The Great War started in Europe back in 1914, Detroit was 99 percent white) in less than forty years.
As of 2012, the city of just over 700,000 people is 82.7 percent black.
A third world people have remade The Paris of the West into a third world city. In spite of $25 million being invested annually by a multitude of foundations, 82.7 percent black Detroit has the highest infant mortality rate in America.
It's a reflection of the third world people who inhabit it. While MTV broadcasts shows like Teen Mom in majority white areas, the epicenter of teenage pregnancy is in 82.7 percent black, where black women are never blamed for spreading their legs and ignoring the byproduct of this sexual encounter once its born. [Infant mortality rate in Detroit rivals areas of Third World, Detroit News, 1-30-14]:
Nearly 500 Detroit children have died in homicides since 2000 — an average of nearly three dozen a year.
Most were gun-related, and most were among children 14-18. Many youngsters just got in the way of a bullet intended for an adult, or for no one in particular.Names on the sad, memorial roll call are etched into the hearts of those who loved these children:
Mariah Smith, 5, whose burned body was found in an abandoned house in 2011, the alleged victim of her aunt’s 22-year-old boyfriend; 9-month-old Delric Waymon Miller, who died as he slept last February, when gunmen armed with an AK-47 sprayed his home with bullets; Robert Mosby Jr., 14, shot four times by an adult in a dispute over a bike; and Jamel Witcher, 4, who was playing at his grandfather’s house this month when his 4-year-old cousin found a loaded shotgun in a closet and the weapon went off.
A Detroit News probe into what’s killing Detroit children ages 18 and younger pinpointed violence — including abusive caretakers and gun play between kids — as the No. 2 cause, behind infant mortality.
Guns 'very common'