But it cannot recover from losing its founding population and watching it demographically replaced with Africans (who are then responsible with running the city politically, spiritually, and economically).
This is the story of hundreds of cities across what is formerly the western world, from San Domingo to South Africa, from Detroit to... Baltimore.
In February of 2017, we learned one of the costs of doing business in 65 percent black Baltimore: Park Cafe in Bolton Hill was robbed five times at the end of 2016, so the owners made it a cashless establishment to deter black crime.
Roughly 100 years ago, Baltimore was nearly 90 percent white. Today, it's white population is roughly 25 percent, and with this decline comes the inevitable loss of tax-producing businesses. The reason why white people abandoned Baltimore? Black crime and the fear of being the victim of black criminality, which no mainstream reporter dare mention as the real reason behind the demise of Baltimore. [Sports bar Camden Pub closes after more than 25 years, Baltimore Sun, 3-28-17]:
Camden Pub, a Ridgely’s Delight sports bar in walking distance from Oriole Park at Camden Yards, has closed, said owner James “Pat” Liberto.
After opening in 1990, the bar became known for attracting sports fans, University of Maryland Medical Center staff and students, and other members of the community, along with its wings and pub fare.
Though Liberto considered opening for the upcoming Orioles season, Camden Pub’s final day of operation was Feb. 1, he said. In January, Camden Pub opened for limited hours and eliminated its lunch service due to lack of business, according to Liberto.
Calling it a “tough decision,” Liberto said a combination of factors — including declining revenue and rising operational costs — led to the closure.
“It got to the point where I was opening on, say, a Monday, and I’m just trying to make enough money to open the next day,” Liberto said. “It finally hit me one day: What am I doing? I had to stop the bleeding.”
As recently as 2014, Liberto was optimistic about Camden Pub’s future. Thanks in part to the Orioles’ American League East division crown and postseason run, Camden Pub had its best financial year to date, Liberto said.
But in April 2015, the rioting and unrest that followed protests surrounding the death of Freddie Gray caused Camden Pub to lose $30,000 in potential revenue that week, Liberto said, and the bar never recovered. That October, he put Camden Pub up for sale, but it continued to operate.
Though he blames “a lot of factors,” Liberto said, “things just started to change” after the unrest. Now, he believes “people are afraid to come into the city.”