Who issued a Travel Advisory?
Did your “Spidey sense” tingle at that headline, too? See also:
- U.S. has 2 of 26 most dangerous cities in the world
- U.S. has 4 of world’s 50 most dangerous cities
- Mexico is world’s second most deadly country, after Syria
Travel Advisory Issued for U.S. State of Missouri
11:18 GMT – Trending on EIN Newsdesk
NAACP officials say their recent travel advisory for Missouri is the first that the civil rights group has issued for any state. But the warning follows a recent trend of similar alerts issued by other groups for vulnerable people around the United States. The travel advisory, circulated in June by the Missouri NAACP and recently taken up by the national organization, comes after … (continue reading)
The FBI’s 10 Most Dangerous Cities
February 2, 2017 – by Megan Wells
Top 10 Most Dangerous U.S. Cities, by Violent Crimes:
1. St. Louis, Missouri
- Population: 317,095
- Total violent crime: 2,781
- Violent crime rate per 100,000 inhabitants: 877.02
About that police violence problem in Missouri
Missouri… just the kind of place to want fewer police.
The NAACP fails to acknowledge the fact that mob violence from any demographic, and the deliberate assassination of police officers would force police to act more quickly, sometimes with lethal force. Even if the mobs were a bunch of white Baby Boomers, the police would be forced to act. It’s the behavior, not the color.
PS: Who issues travel advisories?
We are accustomed to travel advisories issued by the State Department. Does the NAACP fancy itself now as a legitimate arm of the US government? The terms, “self-appointed” and “overreach,” come to mind.