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Mamzers Threaten Five Million American Lives

Mongrelizing 'merica Increased Homicide RATE Ten Fold

 

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The murder rate in the US increased ten fold since the turn of the century and three fold in the last four decades.

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It is now three times higher than the international average, four times higher than Japan's, nine times higher than China's & three to ten times higher than all countries which uphold adultery laws.

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This extraordinary murder rate:

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Caused more than one million extra deaths in the 20th Century.

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Caused 550,000 extra deaths since the US Supreme Court banned school prayer in 1963.

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Will cause another extra 770,000 deaths just in the next 3 decades.

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Because children raised in SMHs are 8 times more likely to commit murder than children raised in families (23.4 vs. 2.8 murders per 100,000 population), the rapid increase in the number of SMHs caused the increase in the AVERAGE rate at which Americans murder each other.

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Worldwide and statewide data shows that each ten additional divorces causes one additional murder, 2 additional rapes, and puts 3 additional men in prison.

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Excluding SIDS, children in households where the mother cohabits are 73 times more likely to be murdered.

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14,090 additional murders in just 1993 were due to the increase in the rate of fatherlessness from 6% in 1957 to 23% in 1980.

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Blacks are 8 times more likely than whites to commit murder (26 vs. 3 murders per 100,000 population) and are 8 times more likely to have grown up fatherless.

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Blacks murder 8 Whites each day, a rate higher than the total murder rate in many countries.

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There have been 140,000 unsolved murders in the US since 1958.

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The rate of unsolved murders in the US in 1999 was 2.8 per 100,000 population, higher than the total murder rates of Panama, Slovenia, Hungary, New Zealand, Norway, Korea, France, Canada, China, Ireland, Denmark, Hong Kong, Israel, Poland, the Czech Republic, Japan, Cyprus, England, or Singapore.

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The homicide rate for men is more than three times higher than that for women.

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SMH's are 17 times more dangerous to children than guns.

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The root problem is not a breakdown of public morals, but rather feminism's penchant to corrupt public servants.

The Bureau of Justice Statistics reports that the homicide rate between 1957, before the very first gun control law was ever conceived of, was 4 per 100,000 population, and that by 1991, following the passage of more than 22,000 ill-conceived gun control laws, it had almost tripled, to 9.8.  This represents a 3.1 fold increase in the number of homicides, from 8,060 to24,700, and other BJS sources report that the rate in 1980 was 10.7, or 2.7 times higher than the pre-gun-control rate.  The US Statistical Abstract reports the rate for men between the ages of 25 and 44 to be 21.7 (Table 130), for black males between 15 to 24 to be 157.6 (Table 131), and for New York and Washington, DC, for all races and ages, to be 11.3 and 61.4, respectively (Table 132).  These are all record high homicide rates, with the average in 1991 being 9 times higher than the US rate in 1903, 2.5 times higher than the world averge, ten times higher than the current rates in Denmark, Hong Kong, Israel, Ireland, or Poland, and 20 times higher than Cyprus, England/Wales, the Slovak Republic, and Singapore.

Had the downward trend in the US which had begun in 1933 merely continued, rather than suddenly reversing in 1960 and almost tripling by 1991, the homicide rate in the US in 2000 would have been lower than 1.4, equivalent to China, much lower than France, but still 2-3 times higher than England.   This simple reversal of an encouraging long term trend is responsible for an extra 550,000 homicides in the US, and it's the gun lobbyists who are the prime murder suspects.

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Men like John Lott warned these gun lobbyists that outlawing guns would increase crime years ago.  The fact that 22,000 illegal gun control laws never saved lives and instead caused a long term downward trend to suddenly reverse itself vindicates their claims.  All crime rates did increase after the gun control laws were passed, causing an extra 2.1 million burglaries, 6.1 million larcenies, 1.3 million auto thefts, 1 million aggravated assaults, and 572,000 robberies, each year. 

On average, each new gun control law killed 25, imprisoned 12, burglarized 1,909, enabled 5,545 larcenies, stole 1,182 cars, left 909 citizens powerless to defend themselves against assault, and removed the fear of getting shot from 520 robbers.

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DECREASED CRIME RATE DUE TO DECREASED POPULATION OF 18-24 YEAR OLDS

18-24 year-olds commit murder at a rate three times higher than the national average.  The decrease in the murder rate from 10.5 to 7.9 between 1991-1996, a twenty five percent decrease, was due to a decrease in the percent of 18-24 year olds from 13% to 10% during that time.

As the following chart shows, the percent of the population which is 18-24 year olds follows 15-20 year cycles.  When they again become 13% of the population, the murder rate will then increase due to two major factors:

  1. The 33% increase due to the increase of the population in this age range, and

  2. The unprecedented number of children from SMHs, who already are already 8 times more likely to commit murder, who reach that age.

The US will then have the undisputed highest murder rate in the world.  It could be as high as 15 or 18 per 100,000 population, which is 15 to 18 times higher than Japan, England, Wales, Cyprus, or Singapore.

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Increased Murder Due to Fatherlessness 1957 1970 1980 1990 1998 2008 Projected
Population (millions) 171 207 227 249 268 300
Murder Rate per 100k pop. 4 7.9 10.2 9.4 7 11.0
Number of Murders 6,851 16,115 23,180 23,445 18,776 33,000
Murders at 1957 Rate 6,851 8,159 9,090 9,977 10,729 12,000
Extra Murders Over 1957 Rate 0 7,955 14,090 13,468 8,047 21,000
Rate of Fatherlessness 6% 14% 23% 32% 40% 50%
Number of Father Headed Families (millions) 40.2 44.6 44 42 40 75
Number of Fatherless Households (millions) 2.6 7.2 13 20 27 75
Number of Father Only Households (millions) 1.3 1.6 1.7 1.9 2.0 2.2
Fatherless Households per Additional Murder 0 905 923 1,485 3,355 3,571
Number of Firearms (millions) 230 232 228 226 225 220
Murders by Firearms 4,179 9,831 14,140 14,308 11,453 20,130
Firearms per Murder 55,037 23,599 16,124 15,795 19,646 10,929
Relative Risk SMHs:Firearms 26x 17.5x 10.6x 5.9x 3.1x

 

 

The Increase in the RATE of Murder is Due Almost Exclusively to the Increase in the RATE of Fatherlessness

1957

1991

Percent Change

Population (million)

171

252

47.4%

Number of Households With Children (millions)

25

40

60.0%

Families with Children (millions)

23.8

29.3

23.1%

Percent of Households Which Are Families With Children

95.20%

73.30%

-21.9%

Fatherless households with Children (millions)

1.2

10.7

792.7%

Percent of Households Which Are Fatherless Households With Children

4.80%

26.70%

21.9%

Murders

7,708

26,479

243.5%

Murder Rate per 100,000 Pop.

4.5

10.5

133.3%

Murder Rate Per 100,000 Population of Children From Families

3.4

3.7

8.8%

Number of Murders Perpetrated By Children From Families

5,474

6,739

23.1%

Murder Rate Per 100,000 Population for Children From Fatherless Household

27.2

29.3

7.7%

Number of Murders Perpetrated By Children From Fatherless Households

2,234

19,740

783.6%

The US murder rate at the turn of the century was 1.2 murders per 100,000 population, which was one third the international average of 3.9. In the last 2 decades, the US murder rate ranged between 2-3 times higher than the international average. At current trends, failure to terminate feminism might cause the murder rate to increase to 14 per 100k, almost 4 times the international average, causing 800,000 more murders than there would have been if the rate had remained at its level of 1900.

CALCULATIONS

The murder rate is dependent upon the number of males between the ages of 18-24.  Had the percent of males not declined from its 1982 peak, there would now be 44.2% more males in this age group, and rather than declining 31%, the murder rate would have increased.  The cyclical nature of this curve indicates that it will soon be on the increase, and when it increases the murder rate will then be pushed up by two factors:

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A 44% increase in the number of males between ages 18-24 which by itself could increase the murder rate 31%.

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The largest number of fatherless children this nation has ever known, who are known to commit murder at a rate 8.4 times more often than children reared in families, will become adults.

Those 27 million children now in SMHs will commit murders at a rate of 23.4 per 100k population, which is 20.6 murders per 100k population higher than children reared in families will commit murders.  This is an ADDITIONAL 5,562 murders per year in the next decade. Combined with the 31% increase anticipated solely from the increase in 18-24 year old males, the murder rate will increase to 11 per 100k pop. by the year 2008.

Prior to the decrease in the 18-24 male age group, the addition of 922 single-mother households caused one additional murder in the US.  If this trend were to continue through the year 2008, there would be 81,345 murders rather than "only" 33,000.

X = murder rate of father headed families, Y = murder rate of fatherless households

1,610X + 100Y = 6,851

1,690X + 790Y = 23,445

Y = (6,851 - 1,610X)/100

1,690X +790(6,851 - 1,610X)/100 = 23,445

1,690X + (5,412,290 - 1,271,900X)/100 = 23,445

169,000X + 5,412,290 - 1,271,900X = 2,344,500

1,102,900X = 3,067,790

X = 2.8, Y = 23.4, Y = 8.4X

 

Bureau of Justice Statistics, Homicide trends in the US

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide/homtrnd.htm

Homicide victimization rates, 1950-97

Year

Homicide Rate per 100k population

Population (1000s)

Total Homicides

Homicides at 1957 rate

EXTRA Homicides Due to Feminism

1957

4

171278

6851

6851

0

1958

4.8

174154

8359

6966

1393

1959

4.9

177080

8677

7083

1594

1960

5.1

179979

9179

7199

1980

1961

4.8

182992

8784

7320

1464

1962

4.6

185771

8545

7431

1115

1963

4.6

188483

8670

7539

1131

1964

4.9

191141

9366

7646

1720

1965

5.1

193526

9870

7741

2129

1966

5.6

195576

10952

7823

3129

1967

6.2

197457

12242

7898

4344

1968

6.9

199399

13759

7976

5783

1969

7.3

201385

14701

8055

6646

1970

7.9

203984

16115

8159

7955

1971

8.6

206827

17787

8273

9514

1972

9

209284

18836

8371

10464

1973

9.4

211357

19868

8454

11413

1974

9.8

213342

20908

8534

12374

1975

9.6

215465

20685

8619

12066

1976

8.8

217563

19146

8703

10443

1977

8.8

219760

19339

8790

10548

1978

9

222095

19989

8884

11105

1979

9.7

224567

21783

8983

12800

1980

10.2

227255

23180

9090

14090

1981

9.8

229637

22504

9185

13319

1982

9.1

231996

21112

9280

11832

1983

8.3

234284

19446

9371

10074

1984

7.9

236477

18682

9459

9223

1985

7.9

238736

18860

9549

9311

1986

8.6

241107

20735

9644

11091

1987

8.3

243419

20204

9737

10467

1988

8.4

245807

20648

9832

10816

1989

8.7

248239

21597

9930

11667

1990

9.4

249415

23445

9977

13468

1991

9.8

252177

24713

10087

14626

1992

9.3

254151

23636

10166

13470

1993

9.5

256126

24332

10245

14087

1994

9

258100

23229

10324

12905

1995

8.2

260075

21326

10403

10923

1996

7.4

262049

19392

10482

8910

1997

6.8

265998

18088

10640

7448

1998

7

268229

18776

10729

8047

Source: FBI, Uniform Crime Report, 1950-1997

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The numbers in red on the following chart are projections of data from the National Center for Health Statistics, Vital Statistics Revised 11/22/98
the Vital Statistics:

					Actual	at
Homicide		Murders 1900  	EXTRA
		rate	Population		Rate	Murders
			
      
	1900	1.2	76094000	913	913	0
	1901	1.2	77584000	931	931	0
	1902	1.2	79163000	950	950	0
1903	1.1	80632000	887	968	0
	1904	1.3	82166000	1,068	986	82
	1905	2.1	83822000	1,760	1,006	754
	1906	3.9	85450000	3,333	1,025	2,307
	1907	4.9	87008000	4,263	1,044	3,219
	1908	4.8	88710000	4,258	1,065	3,194
	1909	4.2	90490000	3,801	1,086	2,715
	1910	4.6	92407000	4,251	1,109	3,142
	1911	5.5	93863000	5,162	1,126	4,036
	1912	5.4	95335000	5,148	1,144	4,004
	1913	6.1	97225000	5,931	1,167	4,764
	1914	6.2	99111000	6,145	1,189	4,956
	1915	5.9	100546000	5,932	1,207	4,726
	1916	6.3	101961000	6,424	1,224	5,200
	1917	6.9	103268000	7,125	1,239	5,886
	1918	6.5	103208000	6,709	1,238	5,470
	1919	7.2	104514000	7,525	1,254	6,271
	1920	6.8	106461000	7,239	1,278	5,962
	1921	8.1	108538000	8,792	1,302	7,489
	1922	8	110049000	8,804	1,321	7,483
	1923	7.8	111947000	8,732	1,343	7,389
	1924	8.1	114109000	9,243	1,369	7,874
	1925	8.3	115829000	9,614	1,390	8,224
	1926	8.4	117397000	9,861	1,409	8,453
	1927	8.4	119035000	9,999	1,428	8,571
	1928	8.6	120509000	10,364	1,446	8,918
	1929	8.4	121767000	10,228	1,461	8,767
	1930	8.8	123077000	10,831	1,477	9,354
	1931	9.2	124040000	11,412	1,488	9,923
	1932	9	124840000	11,236	1,498	9,738
	1933	9.7	125579000	12,181	1,507	10,674
	1934	9.5	126374000	12,006	1,516	10,489
	1935	8.3	127250000	10,562	1,527	9,035
	1936	8	128053000	10,244	1,537	8,708
	1937	7.6	128825000	9,791	1,546	8,245
	1938	6.8	129825000	8,828	1,558	7,270
	1939	6.4	130880000	8,376	1,571	6,806
	1940	6.3	132122000	8,324	1,585	6,738
	1941	6	133412000	8,005	1,601	6,404
	1942	5.9	134865000	7,957	1,618	6,339
	1943	5.1	136755000	6,975	1,641	5,333
	1944	5	138398000	6,920	1,661	5,259
	1945	5.7	139924000	7,976	1,679	6,297
	1946	6.4	141392000	9,049	1,697	7,352
	1947	6.1	144122000	8,791	1,729	7,062
	1948	5.9	146634000	8,651	1,760	6,892
	1949	5.4	149199000	8,057	1,790	6,266
	1950	5.3	151689000	8,040	1,820	6,219
	1951	4.9	154283000	7,560	1,851	5,708
	1952	5.2	156947000	8,161	1,883	6,278
	1953	4.8	159559000	7,659	1,915	5,744
	1954	4.8	162388000	7,795	1,949	5,846
	1955	4.5	165276000	7,437	1,983	5,454
	1956	4.6	168225000	7,738	2,019	5,720
	1957	4.5	171278000	7,708	2,055	5,652
	1958	4.5	174154000	7,837	2,090	5,747
	1959	4.6	177080000	8,146	2,125	6,021
	1960	4.7	179979000	8,459	2,160	6,299
	1961	4.7	182992000	8,601	2,196	6,405
	1962	4.8	185771000	8,917	2,229	6,688
	1963	4.9	188483000	9,236	2,262	6,974
	1964	5.1	191141000	9,748	2,294	7,454
	1965	5.5	193526000	10,644	2,322	8,322
	1966	5.9	195576000	11,539	2,347	9,192
	1967	6.8	197457000	13,427	2,369	11,058
	1968	7.3	199399000	14,556	2,393	12,163
	1969	7.7	201385000	15,507	2,417	13,090
	1970	8.3	203984000	16,931	2,448	14,483
	1971	9.1	206827000	18,821	2,482	16,339
	1972	9.4	209284000	19,673	2,511	17,161
	1973	9.7	211357000	20,502	2,536	17,965
	1974	10.1	213342000	21,548	2,560	18,987
	1975	9.9	215465000	21,331	2,586	18,745
	1976	9	217563000	19,581	2,611	16,970
	1977	9.1	219760000	19,998	2,637	17,361
	1978	9.2	222095000	20,433	2,665	17,768
	1979	10	224567000	22,457	2,695	19,762
	1980	10.7	227255000	24,316	2,727	21,589
	1981	10.3	229637000	23,653	2,756	20,897
	1982	9.6	231996000	22,272	2,784	19,488
	1983	8.6	234284000	20,148	2,811	17,337
	1984	8.4	236477000	19,864	2,838	17,026
	1985	8.4	238736000	20,054	2,865	17,189
	1986	9	241107000	21,700	2,893	18,806
	1987	8.7	243419000	21,177	2,921	18,256
	1988	9	245807000	22,123	2,950	19,173
	1989	9.3	248239000	23,086	2,979	20,107
	1990	10	249415000	24,942	2,993	21,949
	1991	10.5	252177000	26,479	3,026	23,452
	1992	10	254151000	25,415	3,050	22,365
	1993	10.1	256126000	25,869	3,074	22,795
	1994	9.6	258100000	24,778	3,097	21,680
	1995	8.7	260075000	22,627	3,121	19,506
	1996	7.9	262049000	20,702	3,145	17,557
	1997	8	265998000	21,280	3,192	18,088
	1998	8	268229000	21,458	3,219	18,240
1999	8	271765239.8	21,741	3,261	18,480
	2000	9.3	272522399.3	25,309	3,270	22,039
	2001	9.3	274793709.5	25,650	3,298	22,352
	2002	9.4	277065019.7	25,993	3,325	22,668
	2003	9.4	279336329.9	26,338	3,352	22,986
	2004	9.5	281607640.1	26,685	3,379	23,306
	2005	9.5	283878950.3	27,034	3,407	23,628
	2006	9.6	286150260.5	27,386	3,434	23,952
	2007	9.6	288421570.7	27,739	3,461	24,278
	2008	9.7	290692880.9	28,095	3,488	24,607
	2009	9.7	292964191.1	28,453	3,516	24,937
	2010	9.8	295235501.3	28,813	3,543	25,270
	2011	9.8	297506811.5	29,175	3,570	25,605
	2012	9.9	299778121.7	29,539	3,597	25,942
	2013	9.9	302049431.9	29,906	3,625	26,281
	2014	9.9	304320742.2	30,274	3,652	26,622
	2015	10.0	306592052.4	30,645	3,679	26,966
	2016	10.0	308863362.6	31,018	3,706	27,312
	2017	10.1	311134672.8	31,393	3,734	27,659
	2018	10.1	313405983	31,770	3,761	28,009
	2019	10.2	315677293.2	32,149	3,788	28,361
	2020	10.2	317948603.4	32,531	3,815	28,716
	2021	10.3	320219913.6	32,915	3,843	29,072
	2022	10.3	322491223.8	33,300	3,870	29,430
	2023	10.4	324762534	33,688	3,897	29,791
	2024	10.4	327033844.2	34,078	3,924	30,154
	2025	10.5	329305154.4	34,471	3,952	30,519
	2026	10.5	331576464.6	34,865	3,979	30,886
	2027	10.6	333847774.8	35,261	4,006	31,255
	2028	10.6	336119085	35,660	4,033	31,627
	2029	10.7	338390395.2	36,061	4,061	32,000
	2030	10.7	340661705.4	36,464	4,088	32,376
      
Total 1900-1999			1,205,230   195,716  1,009,595
Total 1900-2030			2,157,886   309,768  1,848,199
Total 1999-2030			  952,656   114,052    838,604      

The Role of School Prayer in education quality.

The role of School Prayer in increases in homicide rates.

 

About 11% of murder victims were determined to have been killed by an intimate

Most murder victims were familiar with their assailants.

bulletSpouses and family members made up about 15% of all victims
bulletAbout one third of the victims were acquaintances of the assailant
bulletIn 14% of all murders, the victim and the offender were strangers
bulletThe victim/offender relationship were undetermined in about one third of homicides

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http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide/intimates.htm#intgender

Victim/Offender Relationship



All homicides, 1976-99



Percent Number
Total 100.0% 497,030


Intimate 11.4% 56,714


Non-intimate 55.1% 273,623

  Intimacy undetermined 33.5% 166,692




Total 100.0% 497,030

Stranger 14.0% 69,524

Nonstranger



Spouse 7.1% 35,253


Other family 7.8% 38,950


Boyfriend/Girlfriend 4.3% 21,462


Other Acquaintance 33.2% 165,149

Relationship undetermined 33.5% 166,692

Female murder victims are substantially more likely than male murder victims to have been killed by an intimate

bulletAbout one third of female murder victims were killed by an intimate
bulletAbout 4% of male murder victims were killed by an intimate
bulletOf all female murder victims, the proportion killed by an intimate has been relatively stable while, of male murder victims, the proportion killed by an intimate has dropped.

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