Chaos: Texas Spring Break Video Goes Viral on Facebook

This video has been viewed over 600,000 times. It gives a good idea of what spring break is like on a south Texas beach.

My San Antonio

As spring break climaxes, videos on social media of beach happenings are a plenty, including one of Port Aransas that is garnering attention by the thousands.

Facebook user Jonathan Vela posted a video on Wednesday showing a swarm of people running toward a fight while authorities attempted to get the situation under control.

“Taste of chaos in Port Aransas,” Vela’s post, which has been shared about 6,000 times, reads.

Port Aransas Chief of Police Scott A. Burroughs confirmed the incident started around 5:45 p.m. with a fight between two individuals.

As police tried breaking up that disturbance, another fight arose. The crowd of “several hundred” people “converged” on the officers. When the spectators did not disperse, the officers sprayed pepper spray above the crowd.

Burroughs said the video probably makes the incident look “much worse” than it actually was. Most people weren’t involved in the fight, but were closing in to get a look, he said.

Burroughs also told mySA.com spring break is their jurisdiction’s busiest time of the year, during which 20 percent of their annual arrests are made.

According to the chief’s statistics, as of noon on Thursday 103 spring break-related arrests have been made since Saturday at midnight. Burroughs said most are alcohol-related offenses, but none have involved shootings, stabbings or sexual assault so far.

My San Antonio put together a set of images from spring break in the past. They look like mid 60s to mid 80s images. The college students were more fit and much more white. Sample:

New migrant crisis on the way: Fears sparked of ‘summer of chaos’ at British border

BOATLOAD OF RESCUED AFRICANS HEADING FOR A NEW LIFE IN EUROPE.

From North Africa they come across the Mediterranean Sea by boat. Then across Europe to the English Channel at Calais. From there, it’s hitch a ride on a truck traveling the Channel Tunnel to England and they’re home free.

There’s no reason any of this should be happening except for a shortage of political will to make sure the RATS stay in Africa.

Excerpt from express.co.uk

A SURGE in the number of migrants has sparked fears of another summer of chaos at Britain’s borders.

lmost 20,000 have already made it by sea to mainland Europe in the first 67 days of 2017, it emerged yesterday.

The crisis is set to intensify as the weather in the Mediterranean improves.

The French have closed six motorway service stations on the approaches to Calais to prevent them being used by migrants trying to sneak aboard UK-bound lorries.

But their action may have come too late, truckers’ leaders warned last night.

James Hookham, deputy chief executive of the Freight Transport Association, said: “Our members have reported signs that migrants are returning to Calais and French motorway operator Sanef’s move to close truck parking areas at services near the port due to problems confirms this.

“The French authorities need to take action before the situation gets any worse.

“We don’t want to see a return to last summer’s chaos when drivers suffered threats and intimidation at unprecedented levels.”

The looming crisis was laid bare in figures released by the International Organisation for Migration which revealed that 19,567 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea this year, up to March 8, a rate of almost 300 a day.

Tory MP David Davies said: “The European nations are aiding and abetting this chaotic exodus by sending out rescue boats to pick up thousands of migrants trying to enter the Continent illegally from North Africa.

“They should be taking them straight back to ports and safe refugee camps so they are not incentivised to risk their lives trying.

“I hope this worrying development doesn’t herald the return to the chaotic events of last year.”

This video taken by a Calais truck driver went viral over a year ago. It shows him running the gauntlet of savages on the road to the channel tunnel. I recall posting it here when it first came out.

Video: Black Woman Destroys SUV as its Repossessed

Although this video is a year old, I’ve never seen it before. Maybe you haven’t either.

What’s unusual is the presence of what appears to be a police officer on the scene who allows the sassy, independent, loud, and obnoxious Negress to destroy the SUV. BTW, the wheels on this baby must have set her back several welfare checks.

Enjoy five minutes of Negrovating fun, fun, fun. Watch the white cop avoid tangling with muh Negress. Wild!

Negros Destroy Bronx Eatery in Insane Brawl

The New York Daily News story on this brawl calls the participants people.

Really?

Published on youtube February 24, 2017. 49 seconds long.

Video: Paris at War

Video: Paris Today (God Help France)

Obviously, the politicians have told the police to take a beating and like it. The African and the Muslim rule France now. Avoid! Danger!

This is what anarchy looks like. It’s not accidental, either. It’s a deliberate sell-out of the indigenous white people of France to (((multiculturalists.)))

Coming soon to all of Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

A reality in parts of California already.

Rat Infestation Plagues America’s Cities

Enjoy the famous “Pizza Rat” video embedded above.

The Black Plague referred to in this story has nothing to do with the Negroid race. They are a different form of black plague.

Fox News

Many of our country’s major cities have severe infrastructure and housing challenges. This has led not only to poor living conditions but also places individuals’ health in grave danger. In New York City, among our many housing woes, we have a rat infestation epidemic. Rats have become so common to our residents that the media celebrated a rat carrying a pizza from the subway, and even gave it a name. An important message gets lost in the hoopla over something like “Pizza Rat,” and it’s about the danger that rodents pose to humans and our health.

Remember the Black Death? It was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history that swept through Europe in the 1300s claiming upwards of 100 million lives. The cause was the bubonic plague, which is an infectious disease caused by the Yersinia pestis bacteria that humans can get through either infected flea bites or direct contact with an infected animal. Human-to-human transmission is rare, but an infected person can transmit plague pneumonia to another through cough droplets in the air.

Plague can be successfully treated with antibiotics, but a suspected case requires immediate medical attention. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), patients must be given antibiotics as soon as possible to avoid death. The most common vector of the disease during Black Death was rats.

And here we are, in 2017, in danger of another bacterial disease linked to rats called leptospirosis. Already in New York’s Bronx borough, the disease has killed one person and left two others clinging to life. Sure, the city’s deputy commissioner of the Health Department wants you to be encouraged by the two patients’ recovery, but what you should be is concerned that these three people were infected because of where they live. All three cases came from a one-block radius over the past two months.

Leptospira bacteria thrive in warm, moist environments, and most human cases are associated with exposure to rats or rodent-infested environments. Disturbingly, humans can become infected through contact with rat urine or water, soil or food that has been contaminated by the urine.

Doctors want anyone with suspected symptoms to report them to the health department and seek immediate medical attention. You could experience a wide range of symptoms, like fever, headaches, nausea, vomiting, muscle pain and other awful ailments, or you may experience nothing at all. If you’re in the latter category, how would you know to seek treatment? Without treatment you could suffer kidney damage, meningitis, liver failure, respiratory distress or even death. Infection during pregnancy may result in severe fetal and maternal morbidity or mortality.

I know I talk a lot about the importance of disease prevention like getting vaccines and keeping up with routine care, but this time, we can only blame city officials.

How did they let the rat infestation get this out of control? How could they not have known during routine health inspections that rat infestations could lead to death? I’m well aware that in a budget crunch, things like pest control are the first to be cut, but we are talking about the hygiene of our city.

There’s no money for rat control when you have blacks running America’s cities, looting the treasury to pay for welfare and such.