It is tempting to say that Atlanta, Georgia – the crime and corruption-ridden sprawling urban hellscape which symbolizes the dystopian nightmare of the New South – should be nuked from orbit by powerful spaceships. However, we do not wish to saddle the good people of Georgia with a large nuclear wasteland. Therefore, it would be much better to simply blast the awful metropolis with the Death Star (single reactor ignition should work).
Then, allow Georgians to reclaim the area as farmland. Maybe they could make a nice state park there. Something wholesome and traditional should surely replace that which is ugly, degenerate and post-modern, should it not? With that in mind, here are five of the top reasons that Atlanta should be blasted with lasers from space.
ONE Extensive Federal investigations have revealed rampant corruption that extends throughout the highest levels of the Black Democrat-governed city. Under the recent Kasim Reed administration, Atlanta was mis-governed like a banana republic. Former Chief Procurement Officer Adam Smith pleaded guilty to taking bribes and was sentenced to 27 months in prison. Mitzi Bickers, a political consultant who led Reed’s campaign efforts and was later appointed head of his Human Services Department, has been charged with taking $2 million in bribes to give city business to certain contractors. These examples just scratch the surface when exploring corruption in the city.
TWO Atlanta is crime-ridden and many areas of the city are dangerous. In 2016 it was named a top 20 murder capital in the American Empire. That year, the violent crime rate in Atlanta was 173% higher than the US national average. Gang violence is a growing problem in the city with Hispanic gangs from Mexico and Central America among the leading culprits.
THREE Around 17% of the 6 million people of the metropolitan Atlanta area care so little about assimilating into our culture that they do not bother to speak our national language. Over half of these foreigners speak Spanish, while a rapidly-growing immigrant population speaks various Asian languages. Taken together this is a huge population. If these foreigners in the Atlanta area were a city unto themselves it would be bigger than the entire metropolitan area of Columbia – the capital of South Carolina!
FOUR The soundtrack for the dystopian concrete jungle of Atlanta is undoubtedly produced by the rap or hip-hop music industry centered in the city. Atlanta has for many years served as a major capital of the US rap scene. Georgia leaders have linked that scene with gang violence and criminality. Rappers have even been shot and killed by fellow gang-bangers while in studio recording albums. The city has long been regarded as the “Black Mecca of the South.”
FIVE Atlanta has an out-sized impact upon the politics of the traditionally conservative Southern state of Georgia, pulling it sharply to the Left. As the city continues to grow, drawing in huge numbers of non-Southern transplants and Third World immigrants, the political future of the Peach State is threatened. Former conservative, mostly-Southern White suburbs are being rapidly transformed by the influx. Cobb County is one of the most populous counties in Georgia and is a prime example of this sad transformation. In 1960, it had about 114,000 people. Today, it has nearly 757,000 people. It voted overwhelmingly for moderate Republican candidate for US president Mitt Romney as late as 2012. That same county voted for the radical Black Leftist candidate for Georgia governor Stacey Abrams by 9 points last year. Demographic revolution, centered in Atlanta, make it a near certainty that Georgia’s traditional conservative majority will lose power at some point in the near future and be replaced by hostile leftists.
CONCLUSION There are many compelling reasons why the awful city of Atlanta should be blasted with lasers from space. The above list could easily be greatly expanded. We do not need Atlanta’s corruption, crime, un-assimilated foreigners, rap culture or radical leftist politics. Dixie – and, indeed, the entire world – would be better off if a hulking battle-station (“that’s no moon, DeAndre!”) reduced the offending city to rubble.
Fear will keep the other Third World cities of Dixie in line. Fear of this battle station.