Beverly Hills Becoming Ghost Town as Stores Close Down Because of Black Crime Wave

It’s somewhat comforting that the rich can’t even have nice things anymore.

They made these decisions for all of us, and it’s good they have to deal with at least some of the consequences.

Of course, they don’t have to deal with the main consequences, as their homes are still safe, which is more than a lot of people can say. They also still have private places they can go to drink where the blacks are not shooting up the parking lot like they are in most places.

(In Columbus, Ohio, the hip part of downtown, called “the Short North,” is now flooded with violent blacks. You can pay $13 for a beer and then get shot walking to your car.)

New York Post:

Beverly Hills is becoming a ghost town, as high-end retail stores exit the once-luxurious Los Angeles city amid a spate of high-end smash and grab gang robbberies.

Videos posted on Tik ToK by self-proclaimed “Nostalgic Angelino” cody90210 show off more than a dozen Beverly Hills retailers and restaurants now completely shuttered and not replaced by new businesses, leaving their empty storefronts as a shell of their former glory.

Some of the businesses include luxury staples like Barneys New York and Escada, with the once-popular brands having filed for bankruptcy in recent years.

Other big name stores now lying empty include former locations for Chanel, Rite Aid, Barnes and Noble, Niketown, and restaurants like Chipotle and Starbucks.

The barren stores stand in stark contrast with the city’s reputation for glamor and opulence, and as a place where celebrities, fashionistas and business moguls are regularly photographed by paparazzi.

In 2020, Andrew Anglin was warning that black crime would get totally out of control very quickly, and repeatedly advised everyone to get out of the cities.

But I doubt even he expected things to get this extreme. Urban living is now effectively totally impossible in every city in America with a black population.