Do the streets eat people? Are the streets booby trapped or are there IEDs strategically placed throughout Savannah that make these streets so… deadly?
The answer is quite simple.
Black people make the streets dangerous. [Leaders seeking ways to save Savannah's young black males, SavannahNow.com, May 2, 2016]:
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I've been to Savannah a number of times, having spent a lot of my time in college visiting the city and enjoying River Street (in middle school, we visited the city on a field trip and I had the pleasure of seeing a rather large busted chick flash some of her friends while boating on the Savannah River, a memory which has always endeared me to the city).
But there is one problem in the city, which is also a problem for Detroit, Memphis, Indianapolis, Birmingham, Baltimore, and… every other city in America with a large black population.
Gave the problem away.
The streets don't make Savannah a violent place; the streets aren't killing black people and driving away tourists and working to depreciate property value (thereby depleting tax revenue); it is black people and black people alone who are responsible for the violence in Savannah.
Make Savannah Great Again by pointing out the reason Savannah is no longer great is due entirely to its now majority black population.