San Francisco Zombie like Homeless Mobs leave Pandering Elitist Libs Baffled & Tourists Terrified

Published on Jun 25, 2018

NBC investigators rated the city “one of the filthiest slums on earth.” After surveying 153 blocks in the downtown area, “including some of the city’s top tourist destinations,” they discovered “a dangerous concoction of drug needles, garbage, and feces lining the streets of downtown San Francisco.”

Every single block surveyed by the NBC crew had trash littered about. 41 of those 153 blocks had drug syringes and 96 blocks were contaminated with human excrement.

One has to wonder why a city the size of San Francisco, with such a rich history and vital tourist trade, doesn’t pick up after itself?

The problem, as revealed by the San Francisco Chronicle and many other sources, is homeless people. It seems they just won’t use the public toilets or garbage cans provided by the city.

Things have gotten so bad that San Francisco mayor Ed Lee headed up a Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, effective July 1, 2016.

The Chronicle reported that the civic group “spent $275 million on homelessness and supportive housing in the fiscal year.”

This year’s budget is $305 million. Since its inception, city Public Works cleanup personnel have collected “more than 679 tons of trash from homeless tent, and collecting more than 100,000 used syringes from the camps in that time span.”

That is a lot of garbage. People are sounding off about the awful mess. In both 2015 and 2016, the city’s city’s 311 line got more than 22,000 complaints about needles and feces around homeless encampments.

Ironically, Channel 4 News steered us toward what might be part of the real problem: “The city of San Francisco hands out millions of syringes a year to drug users but has little or no controls over how they are later discarded.”

Yes, San Francisco has so many folks with no place to live that they have built tent cities, a recent American phenomenon. According to a Yale Law School study published in March 2014, titled Welcome Home: The Rise of Tent Cities in the United States” gives the reason for the current high rates of homelessness experienced across the nation: “Because of the economic recession and the financial and mortgage foreclosure crises, homelessness has increased and intensified in the United States over the past several years.”

34 thoughts on “San Francisco Zombie like Homeless Mobs leave Pandering Elitist Libs Baffled & Tourists Terrified

  1. I sent this in so you could see the tent cities. The consequences of NAFTA and Gartt…..the loss of our due process and common law courts, as well as the loss of” Christians” that will help these people.
    Church of Christ……..

    1. This is very sad koyote. I kept thinking about the illegals pouring in here and being treated like royalty of course while our people are on the streets. I also thought about family, where are there families?

      Dang, it’s heart wrenching.

    2. One does have to be a christian to be charitable. I often go out of my way to help someone in a bind, or someone that genuinely needs a hand up, and not a hand out.

      To say that it’s a loss of the belief in jeevus that is causing this lack of compassion for your fellow human. I call BULL EXCREMENT!

      The blind faith in the Holey Buy-BULL, (first part written by JEWS), and the blind faith in a man that never existed, was the beginning of the end for RATIONAL people.

      I am not saying faith is a bad thing.

      Just keep it to yourself. I dont go around spouting quotes from books that the christians thought they destroyed during the inquisition….

      Faith is based on belief. LAW is based on FACTS.

      dont confuse the two, or we will have conflict.

      I will no rather live in a theocracy, nor a democracy. BILL of RIGHTS! Or eat lead!

      Keep your bible and jesus in your pants, and i will keep my arsehole in mine.


      1. atrax, you to exercise faith on a daily basis.

        Faith or believing, call it what you will, is simply having trust or confidence in information that you receive to the end that you act on that info..

        Example- you’re in the market for a car so you utilize perhaps Craigslist, your local newspaper, word of mouth from a friend, etc.. You have received info., now if you have confidence in the info. you now take the action and move on the info.. If you don’t believe what you are reading or hearing you won’t act on the info..

        Spiritual faith or believing is no different, same mechanics involved.
        Romans 10, verses 9&10
        “that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.
        For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.”

        If you trust the info. you’ll act on what’s being said.

        Men, Christian or not, have the ability to exercise compassion and good will toward others, no doubt.

        However, Christians, and no need to be put off by the word, it simply means Christ in. Those that have believed upon Christ now have God in Christ in them, the hope of glory, which enables them to receive and walk by the revelation of the God breathed word as well as by revelation of that which the spirit of God reveals to them in a particular situation.

        These folks on the streets will need much more than a few bucks here and there if they are to be delivered from addiction, and that is if they want to be drug free.

        Can you prove George Washington actually existed or anyone else for that matter that you have not personally seen with your own eyes?

        You believe he existed because of what you have read and heard.

        “Blind faith in a man that never existed” you say. Can you prove he never existed? You believe this because of info. that you have chosen to have confidence in to the end that you’ve acted upon and concluded no existence.

        I Corinthians 2:14 “But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.”

      2. “…, and the blind faith in a man that never existed,…”

        Unless you can provide INCONTROVERTIBLE PROOF of that ASININE STATEMENT, you need to STFU, MORON!!!!!

        F%&KIN’ IDIOT!!!!!

        1. Stephen,
          Atrax is one of the young people that Spike brought to the site.
          His was not a personal attack on anyone, but rather his belief or lack of belief, which he has an absolute right to.

          1. That may well be, Henry, but I draw the line at claims that absolutely can’t be substantiated. Belief that Jesus is or isn’t the Son of God is one thing, but to claim that a historically well-know person never even existed to begin with… that’s just utter stupidity. May as well claim that Caesar or Charlemagne never existed either.

            This goes beyond believing or not believing… it’s ridicule, plain & simple.

            That I won’t stand for.

          2. Stephen,
            There is no physical evidence available to prove the question one way or another. And to pretend that organized religion has not been used to violate rights is an absurdity.
            Katie brought up George Washington and that fact that all we have are writings and paintings to show that that old mason even existed. Actually there is a grave with bones in it, hence dna might make a strong case.
            Religion is based in faith. Faith is a belief. A belief is not fact.
            I know you are a good Christian man and you hold true to your beliefs, but is comes down to convincing someone else through sway of argument, because in reality, that is what you have. It cannot be proved in fact to a person alive today, because the only way to prove an existence for an individual is through a direct examination using the senses of sight, sound, and touch.
            I prefer at this point in the ballgame to talk to young people, and you don’t get far in a conversation through a condemnation.
            Bottom line. This young man believes in that Bill of Rights and is willing to live by it. No more can be asked of an American national. He doesn’t have to believe as I believe. He just leaves me alone to believe what I want to believe and I just leave him alone to believe what he wants to believe.
            Koyote brought up the Christians’ failure to project their beliefs in the situation. All Atrax did was express his opinion, which again, he has a right to. He attacked no one.

          3. Henry, consider the remainder of what I quoted earlier…

            “… and the blind faith in a man that never existed, was the beginning of the end for RATIONAL people.”

            If you discount their belief, TRUE Christians are some of THE most rational people on the planet, bar none. I say this from experience, not mere conjecture.

            He’s perfectly welcome to believe as he chooses, but let me point this much out… even the stinking jews believe Jesus existed – their filthy TALMUD says so.

            So, other than than that, he has the same stinking jew mentality as far as Christ is concerned.

            And that’s my considered opinion (which I’m entitled to, as well).

          4. You are absolutely entitled to your opinion as well. But when you attacked him personally, you were inviting him to leave for all of us, and like I said, I want to talk to him.
            Fair enough?

          5. Fair enough, Henry.

            Henceforth, I will refrain from replying to any of his comments.

          6. Reply to any comments you like, just give the ‘person’ a chance to find his niche. None of us are perfect. I’m pretty goddamn close, but that’s another line of bullshit.
            I just wish that people would make a little more effort in getting to know new people before passing any judgement.
            I think he is a decent fella, but as he is younger than we, he truly comes from a different world and somehow we have to make the Bill of Rights where we all come together. And to that I know you agree. 🙂

          7. Unchallenged.

            The Bill of Rights is the bottom line.

            But like you, Henry, I’m angry ALL THE TIME. That’s why I slacked off from posting… it’s wearing me out, I need some peace of mind for a change.

            Camping & fishing after the 4th… just need to get an oil change first.

      3. i did not to stir up a shyt storm. this was not my intention. I just wanted to say that not everyone that is on the right side of this fight is a christian. when someone starts spouting bible verse, i stop listening. period.

        anyway. i love each and every one of you as my brothers and sisters. we are few in number in a giant fight. did not to stir up such vitriol. i will keep my views on religion to myself in the future.


        1. I apologize for my profanity-laced reply, Atrax. I’m definitely not a morning person, and there are a few subjects that set me off… that being one of them.

          As I told Henry, I have no problem with unbelief, but what you said came very close to mocking Christ, and that is one thing I cannot abide… I never let that slide, regardless of who says it.

          Friends. 🙂

  2. OMG, this was like a punch in the stomach. Enraging!! But more than that, FRIGHTENING. A sad and threatening indication of what many major cities are going through today. And it’s getting worse. The demise of our people.

    The corrupt leadership will see this come in on them. Those who serve them will refuse to serve. No one will clean their yachts or do the gardening in their mansions. No one will make them their extravagant gourmet meals. They will be abandoned, brought to their knees. What will the super rich do without We The People!!

    I think this is the most important vid of the year so far. Needs to be seen by any who want a glimpse of what’s up ahead if we don’t turn it around. But the ostriches among us will still sip cocktails from long stem glasses, and speak about the best travel deals, and go on celebrating “freedom” in America. I don’t think all this can hold much longer.

    Thanks Koyote. Painful as it is, too important to not watch.

    🙁 🙁 🙁


    1. You won’t see it this bad anywhere else except for the shit hole, San Fransico Galen. For some reason, this city attracts this kind of drugged out filth. Even in LA the homeless try and give themselves a better life by at least trying to find work, and provide for themselves.

      These San Fransico homeless are out there in some kind of permanent, drugged haze. A LIBERAL HELL HOLE.

      1. I hope you’re right. Have seen so many reports on tent-cities across America and they did not seem that much better than SF. Just the other day I read that Seattle is really having a problem with sidewalks being used as bathrooms. Still, I hope you’re right.


  3. I think it was in the early nineties, but I’m not sure.

    Anyway, I was in San Francisco for a couple weeks and was totally impressed by how clean it was (compared to NYC). People were out pressure-washing the sidewalks in the morning, and you could have eaten off the ground there. I guess those days are over.

    1. I hitched-hiked around America between 1976-1981, off and on between 16yrs to 21yrs old, working in San Francisco when I was 16yrs old as a cook in a diner.

      And just about ten years later, 1993, I drove from Los Angeles to Oregon, and couldn’t believe how badly California had been trashed (by illegal aliens), but . . it stopped at San Francisco, and the rest of Northen California also seemed immune to it, which is probably what you saw then.

      Today, they defecate on the streets of San Francisco.

  4. The Hammer of the Whole Earth, as the Bible refers to Daughter of Babylon, is done. There is only one thing left to do with her — flee, “every man to his own country.” The people coming here must be truly desperate, and indeed they are, thanks to the United States, “Destroyer of the whole earth,” as the Bible also calls us.

  5. Sheesh!

    And I thought Austin, TX was bad. This is a hundred times worse.

    A friend of mine just visited her friend in the Portland, OR area and told me that she asked “Why are there so many tarps on garbage cans all lined up for miles?”. Moments later, she realized the entire area was a tent city.

    So sad how no one sees the real deal until they see it for themselves because as I always say, “Most people don’t even know what’s going on outside their own zipcode. All they see is what’s on the MSM and TV.”

    This was pure proof of it.

    So sad.

    Speaking of San Francisco, I hope their TSA crew burns in Hell. I will never step foot in that airport ever again.

  6. Mmmm…..

    Terrified tourists. …

    Now thems be good eatin in a Zombie Apocalypse.

    Terrified tourists…

    The other white meat.

    Bone appetit.

  7. I heard on the news today Massachusetts is housing 2000 displaced Puerto Ricans from Hurricane Maria around the state in hotels and motels… taxpayer expense of course. It’s just so wrong when we can’t take care of our own. Especially veterans.

    1. “Especially veterans.” You mean those ignorant ones that colaborated with the criminal govt.? I say NO preferential treatment for anyone.

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