Reports from affected cities

Easy_C

Crow
Not entirely sure whether to stick it out with my family here (ride-or-die) or move solo to a saner place. Could definitely use some advice on this, as the fam has made it clear that they’re not going anywhere.

So what’s left? (((Wall Street))), (((The Media))), and (((Jews))). Some of the highest income taxes and property taxes in the nation. And hints being dropped of a second wave (and therefore, a second lockdown) as “inevitable”. And lastly, a $9 Billion dollar budget deficit with no solution in sight.

In summary, it’s bad.
In the surrounding areas I recommend looking at the waterfront or near waterfront area stretching from Weehawken to Fort Lee. You'll be able to commute in if you need to especially via ferry, but shopping is much easier and the amount of thuggery drops off dramatically once you get above where the train service ends above that last light rail stop. A significant advantage to that area is that there's a lot more ways to get out of the region and break out of the traffic especially once you get north of where the cliff limits east/west traffic.
 

animum-rege

Sparrow
Not entirely sure whether to stick it out with my family here (ride-or-die) or move solo to a saner place. Could definitely use some advice on this, as the fam has made it clear that they’re not going anywhere.
I'd get the heck out. People are giving you good suggestions here. If you want to stay on the east coast, I'd suggest going up into New England if you can handle cold, NC or Florida if not. Choose a low-tax municipality that respects 2A rights, but you probably want to be close enough to a large city that it's not total culture shock.
 

Johnny Rico

Woodpecker
I'd get the heck out. People are giving you good suggestions here. If you want to stay on the east coast, I'd suggest going up into New England if you can handle cold, NC or Florida if not. Choose a low-tax municipality that respects 2A rights, but you probably want to be close enough to a large city that it's not total culture shock.
CT/RI/MA is totally cucked and has mandatory face diapering. People are rabid there about it. Very high cost of living. No reports so far of BLM violence though. NH/VT/ME is probably okay outside of the Boston suburbs.

Vermont may be a blue socialist state but its kind of a rare form of socialism that works, likely due to the low population density. People are very neighborly there, cost of living is low and farm fresh food is available everywhere. It also has the highest rate of gun owners in the entire Northeastern US and crime is virtually non-existent.
 
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Johnny Rico

Woodpecker
Top three safest states in the US:

1. Maine

• Violent crime rate:
112.1 per 100,000 people

• Total 2018 murders: 24 (7th lowest)

• Imprisonment rate: 165 adults per 100,000 (2nd lowest)

• Poverty rate: 11.6% (19th lowest)

• Most dangerous city: Augusta

Between 2017 and 2018, the number of violent crimes – a designation comprised of aggravated assault, robbery, rape, and murder – in Maine fell by 6.8%. There were 112 reported violent crimes in the state in 2018 for every 100,000 people, the least of any state in the country.
2. Vermont

• Violent crime rate:
172 per 100,000 people

• Total 2018 murders: 10 (the lowest)

• Imprisonment rate: 222 adults per 100,000 (4th lowest)

• Poverty rate: 11% (16th lowest)

• Most dangerous city: Rutland

Vermont is one of only three states – all of which are in the New England region – to report fewer than 200 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in 2018. Vermont had the lowest robbery rate in the country in 2018 with 11.2 reported incidents per 100,000 people and the fourth lowest aggravated assault rate of 113.4 incidents per 100,000 – less than half the comparable national rate of 246.8 per 100,000.

Like most states with lower violent crime rates, Vermont has a relatively small population living below the poverty line. Just 11% of state residents live on poverty level income compared to 13.1% nationwide.
3. New Hampshire

• Violent crime rate:
173.2 per 100,000 people

• Total 2018 murders: 21 (6th lowest)

• Imprisonment rate: 253 adults per 100,000 (6th lowest)

• Poverty rate: 7.6% (the lowest)

• Most dangerous city: Manchester

Along with Maine and Vermont, New Hampshire is one of only three states to report fewer than 200 violent crimes in 2018. There were 173.2 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state, an 11.1% decline from the previous year, which was nearly the largest improvement of any state.
 

Johnny Rico

Woodpecker
CT/RI/MA is totally cucked and has mandatory face diapering. People are rabid there about it. Very high cost of living. No reports so far of BLM violence though. NH/VT/ME is probably okay outside of the Boston suburbs.
Correction: There have been isolated riots in Providence and Boston but nothing compared the Pac NW.
 

Easy_C

Crow
to keep abreast of that I recommend monitoring AMCON intel Northeast on locals. Members in there are monitoring and reporting on protest/riot activity as the events are planned.

For Boston that town seems to still have a relatively aggressive working class culture which isn't conducive to anarchist activity.
 

Salocin

Sparrow

JiggyLordJr

Woodpecker
Appreciate all of the advice guys, I’m taking this to heart when weighing the options at hand. If there’s one thing I’ve taken away from the responses on this thread: it’s time to get tf out of dodge.

Currently thinking long and hard of what’s to come - will report back around election season to update you again from the ground. Assuming I haven’t already hit the skedaddle. With God’s grace and some good planning, I should be out of this cesspool here by year’s end.
 

DenizenJane

Sparrow

Denver had a riot last night. I was there a few years ago. I remember thinking 'geez, what a dump' even back then. Fun fact, the downtown library there is the de facto mental ward and homeless shelter.
 

Easy_C

Crow
You know what is amazing?

First time I was in Denver about 2009-2010 period I thought "wow, this city is great. It's the cleanest, nicest, big city I've seen in America!". It had a few poor areas but for the most part they weren't too bad and a number of them were typical poor white neighborhoods where the infrastructure might be a dump but it's not dangerous unless you involve yourself in drug deals.

then they legalized Pot and the place was a liberal shithole by the time I left the state a few years later. I saw the writing on the wall then and I hear it's a shithole now. the speed with which these people can destroy a nice city is nothing short of astounding.
 

ABeast

Robin
You know what is amazing?

First time I was in Denver about 2009-2010 period I thought "wow, this city is great. It's the cleanest, nicest, big city I've seen in America!". It had a few poor areas but for the most part they weren't too bad and a number of them were typical poor white neighborhoods where the infrastructure might be a dump but it's not dangerous unless you involve yourself in drug deals.

then they legalized Pot and the place was a liberal shithole by the time I left the state a few years later. I saw the writing on the wall then and I hear it's a shithole now. the speed with which these people can destroy a nice city is nothing short of astounding.
I think it's the heroin and meth more than the weed. I visited a few years ago and was offered both in the motel courtyard almost instantly. It struck me as particularly unusual that the guy literally said "Do you want some heroin or meth?" They don't even use slang anymore!
 

Towgunner

Woodpecker
News from Hingham MA. Yep, back at it again. Little old, historical New England town...picturesque and lovely is now an active front in the current civil war in the US.

 

NoMoreTO

Ostrich
A pretty decent little Timcast about NYC cancelling 9-11 memorial , supporting BLM. Massive swaths of people have left and now DeBlasio is talking about filling empty units with homeless people?

Trump could actually win New York State
 
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