Hundreds Of U.S. Cities Are Turning Into Rotting, Decaying Hellholes
by Mike Snyder
Posted Dec 18, 2013
All over America, formerly prosperous communities are being transformed into crime-infested wastelands of poverty and despair. Of course the most famous example of this is Detroit. At one time, Detroit was the greatest manufacturing city that the world had ever seen and it had the highest per capita income in the entire country. But now it has become a rotting, decaying hellhole that the rest of the planet laughs at. And of course Detroit is far from alone. There are hundreds of other U.S. cities that are suffering a similar fate. In this article, the focus is going to be on Camden, New Jersey, but the truth is that there are lots of other “Detroits” and “Camdens” all over the nation. Jobs and businesses are leaving our cities at a staggering rate, and what is being left behind is poverty, crime and extreme desperation.
You can read the rest of the article right here. But as bad as things have become in Camden, this should not be a surprise to most of you. The reality is that this kind of rot and decay is happening in communities all over the United States.
Are you starting to get the picture? Our economic infrastructure is being absolutely gutted and more than 46 million Americans are now living in poverty. And if you are waiting for the jokers in Washington D.C. to fix things, you are going to be waiting for a very, very long time. More…