Skip to comments.5 of the Most Violent Cities in the WORLD Are Right Here in America
Posted on 03/11/2018 1:32:19 PM PDT by Leaning Right
When you think of the most dangerous, violent cities in the world, do you picture slums in Third World countries with vicious drug cartels or arrogant warlords? Maybe the kind of violence where enemies are decapitated and whole families are murdered seem like things that happen far away in some terrifying, exotic locale.
Some of this is true but FIVE of the worlds most violent cities are right here on the American mainland and another is in an American territory. The list was created by researchers of anti-violence think-tank Seguridad, Justicia Y Paz (Security, Justice, and Peace), who made their rankings based on statistics of homicides per 100,000 residents.
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I'll put the top 20 list in another post below.
1. Los Cabos, Mexico
2. Caracas, Venezuela
3. Acapulco, Mexico
4. Natal, Brasil
5. Tijuana, Mexico
6. La Paz, Mexico
7. Fortaleza, Brazil
8. Victoria, Mexico
9. Guayana, Mexico
10. Belem, Brazil
11. Vitória da Conquista, Brazil
12. Culicacan, Mexico
13. St. Louis, Missouri, USA
14. Maceio, Brazil
15. Cape Town, South Africa
16. Kingston, Jamaica
17. San Salvador, El Salvador
18. Aracaju, Brazil
19.Feira de Santana, Brazil
20. Juarez, Mexico
Seems to ignore all muslim countries.
No statistics available?
> Seems to ignore all muslim countries. Kabul? Baghdad? Aleppo Etc.<
You’re right. I’m guessing that the study exempted cities that could be considered to be in a war zone.
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I’m surprised Tokyo and Zurich aren’t on this list. /very heavy sarcasm off/
How could Oakland not be on this list? The anus of California.
Lots of Gun free zones.
Acapulco at #3.
I remember when it was THE vacation destination for AWA (Americans With Money).
Things sure have changed.
All run by Democrat Party .
Chicago isn’t on there?
Looking at the list, I’d say the Dems are going to have trouble with their MAMA campaign (Make America Mexico Again).
Tijuana was so much fun in the early 90s.
We’d walk across the boarder and have a great time.
Never a problem, just fun in the clubs and walkin’ around on Revolucion.
Walk back without a hassle and head back to the North Co.
Big draw for the SDSU students at the time.
All heavily Leftscum run cities with lots of gun control. Shocking. Not.
I don’t see Oslo on the list. This can’t be right.
Tijuana was a blast in the 80’s. We used to go down there all the time when I was stationed at Camp Pendleton. And yes is was a big draw for SDSU students. All those co-eds who were not yet 21 flocking down there.
18 of the 20 cities are in Catholic countries. Primarily Mexico and Brazil.
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