Violence

Allan on August 16th, 2022

The ongoing Russia-Ukraine War is indeed a tragedy. However, some U.S. cities have higher murder rates than the death rate of wartime Ukraine. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published August 16th, 2022, on VDARE.COM.

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On May 14th, there was a terrible tragedy in Buffalo, New York. Eighteen-year-old Payton Gendron went to a Tops grocery store and shot 13 people, 10 of whom died. Gendron is white. Eleven victims were black. We extend our condolences to all those who lost family members and friends. Almost immediately, the tragedy was publicized […]

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Allan on March 30th, 2022

A Mexican non-governmental organization recently released its annual list of the world’s fifty most murderous cities in calendar year 2021. Of those 50 cities, 46 were in the Western Hemisphere, 18 were in Mexico, and 8 were in the United States. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published March […]

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Allan on October 25th, 2017

What is Mexican gun law like?  How effective is it?  And how will mass immigration and the growing Hispanicization of the United States change American gun law? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published October 15th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on June 18th, 2016

In response to the horrific Orlando shooting, journalists, activists and politicans are trying to analyze it from various angles. Examples: 1. Gun Control –  Gun grabbers use it as an example of how we need gun control. 2. Gay Rights –   The purveyors of the gay agenda use it as an example of “homophobia”. […]

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Tourism is one of the biggest revenue producers in Mexico, and is promoted by the government and private business. Besides helping the economy, if tourism is managed properly it can encourage local communities and residents to preserve the environment and take care of historical and cultural sites. If people have a vested economic interest in […]

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The Iguala atrocity was an outrageous and deadly collaboration between a local government and a criminal gang.  It occurred in southern Mexico’s violence-prone Guerrero state, which had Mexico’s highest murder rate last year.  The principal explanation of what occurred after the disappearance is that the 43 students were killed, their bodies burned and dumped in a […]

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Allan on November 24th, 2014

Protests continue in Mexico, as people call for justice in the case of the Iguala kidnapping and massacre. On November 20th (anniversary of the Mexican Revolution) protests were held, including a big one in Mexico’s Zocalo Square. Will the protests over Iguala have serious political repercussions, or will they eventually just fizzle out and be […]

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Allan on November 3rd, 2014

Iguala is in the news for the recent atrocity, the massacre of students and disappearance and possible massacre of 43 others. However, it’s not only Iguala, the state of Guerrero is a violent state. As for Mexico in general, the crime statistics are studied to see where the trends are going.   Apparently,  trends aren’t […]

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Allan on October 27th, 2014

Protests have erupted throughout Mexico calling for justice in Iguala, Guerrero, where college students were shot and others taken prisoner, their whereabouts unknown. The repercussions of Iguala are still being felt, and the case is still not resolved.  Where are the 43 abducted students?  And who are the other bodies in the mass graves? For […]

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