Isn't it interesting how all these famous jewed leftist/liberal SJW cities end up becoming filthy, disgusting shitholes? Seattle, which this thread is about, is a pretty good example:
‘What if Seattle Is Dying, and We Don’t Even Know It?’
By Jack Fowler
April 8, 2019 5:04 PM
Last month, KOMO-TV broadcast reporter Eric Johnson ran an hour-long segment, Seattle Is Dying, and if you’ve heard tell that the Emerald City — along with San Francisco — seems to be deteriorating, you’ve heard tell right.
I’ve had the increasing displeasure of visiting these places frequently over the last few years. With each visit, the intensifying Mad Max vibe gets madder, the streets dirtier (really, filthier), and that fear — not felt since the early ’70s riding the 4 Train through the South Bronx — of becoming a crime statistic has come out of its long hibernation.
Then there's San Fagcisco which is covered with excrement:
Why is San Francisco ... covered in human feces?
People aren’t pooping on the streets because they unlearned basic hygiene. Rather, the incidents reflect shameful levels of inequality in the city
It’s an empirical fact: San Francisco is a crappier place to live these days. Sightings of human feces on the sidewalks are now a regular occurrence; over the past 10 years, complaints about human waste have increased 400%. People now call the city 65 times a day to report poop, and there have been 14,597 calls in 2018 alone. Last year, software engineer Jenn Wong even created a poop map of San Francisco, showing the concentration of incidents across the city. New mayor London Breed said: “There is more feces on the sidewalks than I’ve ever seen growing up here.” In a revolting recent incident, a 20lb bag of fecal waste showed up on a street in the city’s Tenderloin district.
A city covered in poop is so disgusting it has to be almost comical. But the uptick in street defecation is the symbol of a human tragedy. People aren’t pooping on the streets because they have suddenly forgotten what a bathroom is, or unlearned basic hygiene. The incidents are part of a broader failure of the city to provide for the basic needs of its citizens, and show the catastrophic, socially destructive effects of unchecked inequality.
And then there's the infamous Portlandia, which doesn't need an introduction.