The Black Population Tipping Point

I left a comment about the tipping point percentage (giving the 20-30% range) on this post at Unamusement Park. Other commenters suggested a lower number, and factors such as city size, geographical barriers and presence of other minorities.

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3 Responses to The Black Population Tipping Point

  1. Red says:

    If it’s section 8 people it starts right around 12%(Happened to my home town). I think primarily it’s a factor of class. But I’d say right around 25-30% of even the most upper class most black, the rest will flood in.

  2. Ryu says:

    I put it at twenty or below. It’s happening in my town. The negros got chased out of the beaner neighborhoods. Now we are starting to see the usual – graffiti, hoods riding those little bikes, the rich negros then the poor ones. The decay has begun.

    • It seems the more affluent negroes move to a white area to get away from the poor negores, but once the area is blackened, the poor negroes follow and ruin it, and the process starts again.

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