Over 50 Dangerous places in NY, NJ, IL, IA, LA, VA, TX, GA, DE, MD, MI, SC, DC, FL, CA, and NC that I won’t ever go to AGAIN

I don’t like Virginia, Maryland , Washington DC, New Jersey, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, California, Illinois, Texas, South Carolina, or North Carolina. There is a third world like infestation of crime, too many sickening homosexual men and boys, and homosexual women and girls, too many unsanitary people, too many child molesters, too many people with HIV/AIDS, Covid, diabetes, and obesity, too many people who sleep with all of their relatives (incest), too many smelly, mildly retarded women that don’t understand why I don’t want to be around women, too many human traffickers, too much hate, too many nasty, gross-looking, funky-looking, nosey, sadistic, abusive, sociopathic hillbillies, bullies, sloppies, nasty jealous women and transgender women that act like them, weirdos, and people who look like, smell like, and act like the pigs on the back of a hog truck. It isn’t safe for me. I won’t succeed and I wont get rich and live the American dream. The infestation of sickening racist people in America is just too bad. I won’t get anywhere.

Certain areas are heavily infested with those type of people and as a solo traveler, I could be killed, murdered, or tortured. Going to any of these places could be a death sentence as most of the people are too infected with something and very, very, contagious. None of them have regard for my life. They are ALL narcissistic, infected, racist, ugly, gross and negligent on a sickening level. These are a list of places I completely avoid when traveling through these dangerous states. I’ve made some contact with these worthless places in the past, and I couldn’t get a hold of them anymore. The list started in 2021 and will be lasting from 2021-2031. Some of the places were added after 2021. Any new place that is added to the list after 2021 will have a date listed.

Hotels (AS of April 1st, 2022)

•malls

•gift shops

warehouses

•Va beach Oceanfront (public beaches)

Myrtle Beach (as of March 27, 2022) (public beaches)

Miami Beach (public beaches)

Atlantic City /Jersey Shore (public beaches)

Venice Beach (public beaches)

Coney Island  (public beaches)

•City Hall 

train stations

graveyards (as of May 17, 2022)

•cruise ships 

Certain Camp sites (as of March 22, 2022) (please note: there is a very high risk for a new list of the specific camp sites)

•museums

construction sites

florist 

•migrant refugee camps 

•sports (basketball, football games etc.) 

•massage parlors 

•beauty supply stores 

•nail salons, hair salons, or spas 

•dog walk events 

Cemeteries (as of May 17, 2022)

•clothing stores (extreme emergencies)

•Fabric stores

•marathons

•bowling alleys 

•shoe stores

•gyms

•police station 

jails

car/bike shows

•radio station

•news station 

•Certain liquor stores (please note: a whole new list of the specific liquor stores may eventually be created)

•certain recording studios (as of April 1st, 2022) (some of them declined to speak) (please note: a whole new list of the specific recording studios may eventually be created)

•local wine shops (as of April 1st, 2022)

•festivals (including peanut fest, jazz, Latino, taco, Caribbean etc.)

•Dave & Busters 

•skating rink

•clubs (no clubs of any kind including strip clubs) – (AS of February 13,2022) (they declined to speak)

•lounges 

•block parties

•dice games 

•book stores 

libraries 

funerals (as of May 17, 2022)

•thrift stores 

•photographers (they were the first to decline to speak)

•consignment shops (like platos closet)

•house parties (of any kind including bday )

•restaurants (they declined to speak)

•bars 

•gun &/or pawn shops 

•churches

•certain volunteer opportunities 

•job fairs (they declined to speak)

•women’s support groups or meetings

•homeless, DV or human trafficking shelters (they all declined to speak)

•colleges (they declined to speak)

•free community events 

•concerts (they declined to speak)

•public beaches 

•kayaking tours 

all/any type of black owned businesses

all black private residences (they all declined to speak)

•public housing and section 8 apartment buildings (they all declined to speak)

certain animal grooming salons (they also declined to speak)