Dangerous Children are taught to take care of themselves. But it is important for everyone — including Dangerous Children — to understand what they are letting themselves in for, when they travel through a particular region.
Detailed maps of violent and criminal activity should be made available to travelers — and to residents — of any country in the world. Such maps should be made to different scales, from the global to the national to the regional to the local to the city – village – neighborhood levels.
Here is an example of a global map of homicide rates by nation:
This type of map may help one choose between two different plans for summer travel — or for booking a continuing education conference.
Below is a global map of homicide rates at the sub-national level:
Homicide rates at the sub-national level help one to home in on particularly homicidal regions within a nation. Note that most African nations are unable to provide data for this statistic.
Homicide rates in Brasil in 2012 by state.
Travelers to Brasil may find statistical maps of violent crimes at the “micro level” more useful, for focusing on specific regions or cities.
The above map offers a look at different intensity hot spots for homicide within Mexico in the year 2015. Such maps may help to track Mexican drug cartel activity over particular time periods.
This level of detail for homicide rates might allow travelers to plan safer routes through the city, as well as helping to determine which tourist locations to avoid.
Here is a more detailed map of Chicago homicides by neighborhood for 2014:
The above graphic highlights differences in homicide rates between the safest areas and the most unsafe areas for three different US cities. The graph highlights how important it is to be able to distinguish between the “go” and the “no-go” areas when traveling to a city, as well as when living inside or nearby a particular city.
The website Neighborhood Scout provides crime statistics and crime maps for a large number of US neighborhoods.
A similar service is called Spotcrime.com
Such city, town, and neighborhood crime maps can be useful for persons trying to determine where to locate, for purposes of raising Dangerous Children, or for purposes of forming a Dangerous Community — which besides providing advanced training facilities for Dangerous Child training, would also form a nucleus for surrounding groups and communities that wish to go Dangerous.
But even so, existing crime maps are not nearly detailed enough for those who intend to train Dangerous Children in different skills of neighborhood, community, and city/town analysis. To understand crime — and where future crime is likely to be committed — one needs to go beyond past instances of criminal activity. One must understand the foundations of local crime — including the groups and individuals most likely to be connected to violent crime, and other crimes that breed violent crime (drug manufacture and trafficking etc.).
This is one example of where Dangerous Child training goes beyond just sitting back and whining about future trends of decay that one can see in Europe and the Anglosphere as a direct result of PC immigration and PC crime enforcement and sentencing.
The Dangerous Child movement is not meant as an echo choir or a pity party, as so many forums who think of themselves as “Dark Enlightenment Forums” or “doomer / survival forums” tend to become. The Dangerous Child movement works to assist in the formation of cadres of competent, highly and broadly skilled individuals – families – and groups. Such individuals / families / groups will be capable of forming Dangerous Communities which are competent enough to form nuclei of resilience, anti-fragility, and functionality should large scale disasters strike a given nation, region, or continental area.
We have learned that societal rot tends to be funded and facilitated from above — at the levels of governments, media, academia, nonprofit foundations, organised crime, labour unions, big-money environmental groups, religions, government lobbying organisation, and so on. As a result of top-down decay, entire generations have been lost to the possibility of an expansive and abundant future.
Anyone attempting to help enable the creation of an abundant and expansive human future will of necessity have to take all of such organisations — and more — into account, in their research, planning, and execution.
We at the Al Fin Institutes believe that a significant part — if not the largest part — of modern decay, comes from the lack of an ongoing meaningful, positive, and productive purpose in the lives and minds of modern children. This lack can be laid firmly at the feet of most of the organisations listed above.
We do not suggest any type of vendetta against such groups. Rather, we suggest that the best approach is the creation of parallel or shadow infrastructure that tends to avoid such organisations as much as possible, while building toward much more effective ways of instilling and maintaining strong, positive, productive, and meaningful senses of purpose in modern children and youth — as well as adults, where possible.
But we must be aware of what is happening around us, on multiple levels. To that end we will be discussing more effective ways of evaluating nations, regions, cities, towns, communities, and small-scale personal networks.
Even the most intelligent and enlightened persons often fail to update their opinions and knowledge bases when critical data becomes available. Some people waste their entire lives on empty diversions such as the climate apocalypse or peak oil armageddon, when the information needed to dismiss such nonsense has always been readily available.
Dangerous Children must develop deeper levels of perception and cognition than we typically see in the skankstream of Europe, the Anglosphere, and elsewhere in the more developed world. They will not obtain such deeper levels of performance by drinking from the skankstream.