California’s Homeless Problem Revealed In One “Incredible” Video

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Despite the record stock market and unemployment at 4.1% (despite a December jobs miss), the socialist utopia known as California is home to an ever-sprawling tent city which estimated to contain over 1,000 residents.

After a ZeroHedge report last March on the sprawling tent cities, a 10-minute video, dubbed by some as “incredible” has emerged showing the shocking growth of the encampment near Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA along the Santa Ana river.  



Locals have become increasingly alarmed by the rapid spread of unregulated squatters and their belongings and their waste.

As a cyclist who uses the trail to ride to the beach often, over this last year it has gotten substantially worse.  It is unsafe and unsanitary with loose dogs everywhere and human fecal matter scattered on the trail.

The area is disgusting and reeks of trash and feces.

He reports that the bike trail, once popular with outdoors enthusiasts and families which runs for miles to beaches along the Pacific Ocean, has become unsafe as miscreants plot assaults and robberies on passing riders, even laying tripwires across the path. Dan Lyman

Domestic Migration

As we pointed out last March, California’s Democrats aren’t just failing the poor people that have been relegated to tent cities (see “Americans Fleeing Expensive, Over-Taxed Metro Areas In Pursuit Of Affordability“). In fact, people of all income brackets are fleeing the state in droves. Not surprisingly, these domestic migrants are flocking to areas with a lower cost of living, lower/no state income taxes, less regulations and higher job growth (aka “Red” states).


Ironically, the dark areas on the map above seem to match perfectly with the dark areas on this map which indicate those with the highest state income tax rates.


What an odd coincidence…

6 thoughts on “California’s Homeless Problem Revealed In One “Incredible” Video

  1. This looks a lot like the videos I’ve seen of the Champ de Elysee in Paris…miles of tents and broken sofas populated with Africans. Poop everywhere and unsafe to even leave your apartment and head to your car.
    So, who are all these squatters?
    This isn’t Utopia…this is Dystopia. No wonder there are movements of secession.

  2. my good lord..this is a true horror in nyc its bad too…but this amount of homeless..its an apocalypse fellow citizens living like gets me right in the gut..this is a nightmare people…

    1. I know how you feel, especially in light of the wealth in our country that we should be benefiting from as well as the millions daily that are being sent to other countries.

      A travesty!

  3. “So, who are all these squatters?”

    From having viewed the 10 min. video of the cycler riding through the encampment, I did see what looked like light skinned folks, American Nationals.?

    Again, this should not be, our people living like this when DAILY, we send millions in foreign aid to other countries!

    If I can’t take care of my own people/family, I have no business providing $’s that should be used to feed and clothe my own.

    Not all of these people are “losers” and don’t want to better themselves. I’d imagine there are some there, actually, I know some. That’s their choice, just don’t expect to ride on the labor of others. Royalty from our natural resources would take care of those that don’t want to put forth a more diligent work ethic. They’d have enough to shelter and feed themselves for sure.

  4. If that were to be “governed” by a true ethical agency, first they would go through and determine if there were any illegals in that encampment and if so, get them back to their original homes. The federals should immediately cease all – as in ALL – foreign aid awards! Not a damn dime to anyone until we get things fixed here int he US of A!

  5. Welkom to the coming nightmare, gang. THIS IS ONLY GOING TO GET WORSE IN THE USSA. The Crash we’re headed for? With 70% of the nation living paycheck to paycheck?

    And ‘why’ California?

    A tad easier on the street than the midwest or the east coast, save south Florida.

    This – trust me – is just the opening act, Dust Bowl Refugee, Part 2

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