Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Tijuana ranks the most violent city worldwide

SteveCtpa Borderland Beat from Zeta Tijuana 



The Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice presented this Tuesday, March 12, its ranking of the 50 most violent cities worldwide, in which Tijuana was placed in the first place with 2,640 homicides registered during the past year.

Within the first five places, three other Mexican cities follow the border municipality by its high rates of intentional homicides, which are Acapulco with 948, Ciudad Victoria with 314 and Ciudad Juarez with 1,251.

This association has been carrying out this list since 2008, with which it measures the levels of violence that are lived around the world, in this year Mexico was placed as the country with the most cities mentioned, while Brazil, which had remained in the first place , went down to the second.

 The measurement in the number of murders committed per 100 thousand inhabitants, in his case Tijuana has 1,909,424 inhabitants, so it shows a rate of 138.26 homicides per 1,000 population.

According to the information shared with the civil organization, it is the second consecutive year in which a Mexican city occupies the first place, the city of Los Cabos was in this position in 2017 with 365 homicides, that for its population of 328,245 inhabitants resulted with a rate of 111.33 murders registered in 2017. In 2017, Tijuana ranked fifth

Other Mexican cities that appear in the 2018 list are Irapuato, Cancún, Culiacán, Uruapan, Ciudad Obregón, Coatzacoalcos, Celaya, Ensenada, Tepic, Reynosa and Chihuahua.

51 comments:

  1. CJNG the new owners of la tia Juana

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    1. Keep wishing,Jaliscas don’t even run their own state lmao and their boss is a michoacaca you really believe they run everything?Quit listening to corridos

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    2. La rana 🐸 manda

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    3. CJNG are getting ready to get wiped tf out... CTNG

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    4. Culiacan is on the list for most dangerous city’s in the world the teen raping tweeker cartel needs to be replaced

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    5. 6:38 la pinche Rana will get to meet his prince one of these days, after he kisses one toad too many.
      Everybody gets to "need to neutralize level" sooner or later, usually when their boss gets to power...

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    6. Why are they calling that technician PERITO,
      is it like a Little Dog?

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    7. Perito not perrito

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    8. Love how pendejos go to the offensive and start calling MICHOACANOS names like indios, michoacacaz or other names. Lol just shows how much HATE they have towards them. Don't hate, hate is bad for health

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  2. Never would I have thought Uruapan would make it on here. How times have changed!

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    1. Uruapan active as fuck I'm not surprised. Just by going their from apatzingan was a rush.100 mph non stop coz they have a couple spots where they try to catch you and take your truck if is 4x4 Honda crv ram Chevy jeep and their fave the brand new tacomas

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    2. Well you live in the USA American.
      You abandoned your people for a better life.
      If you still went down to Michoacan, you would realize how many good people have left.

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    3. Uruapan is ground zero now a days. It was nice some years ago but the war for Michoacán has made it a battle ground.

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  3. No ones owns TJ right now.

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    1. 4:10 all politics is local, politicians own tijuas.

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  4. To many cds dropping like dominoes

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    1. Cds getting wack left and right

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    2. 10:16Do you mean Compact discs?
      Cartel De Sinaloa (CDS) is all CAPS,
      show some respect for sus meros padres

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  5. Great job Mexico! You are officially the most dangerous country on earth!! Oh wait I forgot... its the US fault.

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    1. Quite sure there will be comments pointing blame in all directions.

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    2. 4:42 don't forget it again, if mass murdering genocide from bombings or pestilence or hunger do not matter,
      --a few thousand deaths a month in Mexico from accused cartels matter much less, thanks for the limited slow moving coup d'etat engagement...

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    3. You are learning young grasshopper...

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    4. @8:52 Guess peace and love don't apply to any government then. All governments lie, kill and plunder.
      Name a country where its political freedoms or religion institutions are not met with discrimination? Moreover, the oppression of its people?

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    5. @8:55
      You are more than welcome to leave if your discontent with your governments doings. Keeping one's country safe from those willing to harm American democracy is a never ending war.
      Truly doubt that a cup a coffee with others to defuse political issues in a dignified manner has ever stopped wars.
      Force and surrender is what human nature strive for to obtain control.
      Just waiting for the official news of classifying cartels as terrorists from American government. If so expect hell to be unleashed on these fools.

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    6. There are manuals for Low Intensity Wars, Cuba underwent one for more than 60 years, it still goes on, the Whole of Latin-America is always experimenting one...
      --then the banana republics get called shit holes by the not so rich and not soo beautiful.

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    7. 442 Mexico has been on the top to murders, for a few years already. Brazil 2, Venezuela 3

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    8. 1:51 Erik Prince has changed his residence to the UAE, to make more war for profit, after OBAMA KICKED HIS ASS OUT OF IRAQ.
      --now he tries to rob the US by promoting his own wars for profit and getting paid for it whe serving other bastard masters...
      Please stop telling people where to serve "Their America" from

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  6. Damn that's wild. Worst city in the world. 😬😬😬

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  7. Moving there so I can get away with murder

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  8. And the Mexican government is proud of this. They laugh at this. It’s hilarious to them. They laugh at the USA government who sends them tons of money to fight the drug war. They laugh at all of the USA. They spend the money on property and luxuries for themselves and their families. They are one of the most corrupt and criminals governments that exist in the world and the USA still sends them money and resources to “help reduce crime and drug trafficking”. The president and government of Mexico deserve to be in jail just as much as el chapo deserves to be in jail. The USA allows this even though we have the power to stop it. It’s one big joke. And the people running this whole show are making billions of illegal dollars.

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  9. Viva Mexico! Somos los mas chingones

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    1. Los más pendejos la neta!

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    2. Get ready for the “por eso estamos como estamos”

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    3. Lol Este wey se gano una peisi

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  10. Mando Unicos at work, doing what they do best, murdering and kidnapping and blaming the municipales all over Mexico.

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  11. at the height of the drug war in 2010, Juarez had over 3,300 murders I remember there was a day when 36 murders occurred in a 24hr period, unbelievably you had many morons feeling a sense of pride that their city was falling apart and turning into a shithole simply to claim that it was the single most dangerous and murderous place on the planet... idiots

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  12. Do they have an actual record of murders in a real war zone like Syria? It seems like these lists can be skewed if countries don't even track those #s. Obviously TJ has crime but I don't see why Central Americans or Haitians would move from their homes to TJ if TJ was the most dangerous place in the world

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    1. because there is money in TJ and work....

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    2. It doesn’t make sense to move from a safer area to a more dangerous one

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    3. 8:02 populating the BC with Foreigners will make it easier to make the peninsula secede... AND the US will help because of humanitarian and many economic reasons like on the US side, California has run out of room due to too many developments, earthquakes and burning forests.

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    4. They are trying to get to America but they get stuck in Tijuana.
      L54

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    5. 8:02 because they get money and incentives?
      Once in the US people get jobs and get to pay coyotes, loans and Quotas, some smart American people also profit from housing refugees and minors as foster parents, specially with governors who are Partners in the struggle...

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  13. Hi Chivis, I think there's a typo here "so it shows a rate of 138.26 homicides per 1,000 population"

    I believe it's 138.26 homicides per 100,000 population

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  14. Mexico is one of those countries where people just live... live to live and live to die... they are not really worried about death because their government is not worried about Indios that are not in their inner circle... the country as a whole is beautiful but just like a coral snake is dangerous...the land was conquered by the Spanish for gold and plunder but now Europe only goes there to party...the real gold is cocaine... apparently Latin America is good for something other than 🌮....why can’t tacos and cocaine be free???
    Oh wait the Spaniard wants gold...
    well FU Spaniard small pox this is white gold...
    Why is Tijuana dangerous ??? Because drugs come from Latin America and the Americans can afford them...
    Money...

    GC

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  15. Damn, TJ was soooo much fun in the 80’s. We would take the weekend trips all the time and never feared for our safety.

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    1. LOL in the 80’s? You’re a dinosaur!

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  16. Worse than Johannesburg, South Africa. WTF Mexico? AMLO fail, or maybe he knows better than to try.

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  17. se me antoja una caguama bien helada......

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  18. All my generation of friends I grew up with in tijuana are dead not a good place right now...

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  19. All my generation of friends I grew up with in tijuana are dead not a good place right now...

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