Carole Dabak doesn’t like San Francisco anymore. She used to like it. It used to be fun. It used to be cutting-edge. It used to be progressive. Now, one out of three is apparently bad.

“I loved it here when I first got here. I really loved it here. But it’s just not the same,” Dabak said.

She’s right. It isn’t the same. She’s gotten exactly what she helped vote into office. Many complain that they can’t afford it.

“You can’t even contemplate getting into the housing market here,” Hancock said. “And I don’t mean just service workers, but highly skilled professionals. The tech elite are having a hard time affording reasonable housing in Silicon Valley. That makes it difficult for employers to recruit.”

Those that can afford all the vibrant diversity are now becoming afraid of it.

“We don’t like it here anymore. You know, we don’t like this sanctuary state status and just the politics,” she said.

I’m chuckling at this part. Karma is a pissed-off, rabid canine that identifies as bitch. But then there is the bad part. Then there is the tragedy that happens next. There should be a Glen Frye Law passed regarding California expatriots.

Relax said the Night Man
We are programmed to receive.
You can check out any time you like
but you can never leave.

But no. Instead we can all dream of Californication. Once they finish sodomizing Gomorrah on Pacific they then move in droves. You could say California is becoming more like Mexico every day. Here is yet another example.

About 2.5 million people living close to the official poverty line left California for other states from 2005 through 2015, while 1.7 million people at that income level moved in from other states – for a net loss of 800,000. During the same period, the state experienced a net gain of about 20,000 residents earning at least five times the poverty rate – or $100,000 for a family of three.

And what can you do about it? She probably has about $500,000 reasons to condescend to Tennessee and grace them with her wonderfully enlightened presence.

She plans to sell her home for about $1 million, buy a much larger place near Nashville for less than half that and retire closer to family and friends.

Once she sets up her palatial abode she’ll then get around to lobbying and working for a more enlightened Nashville. One that is more open and liberated. Like Sod Porncisco. It’s how the Red States get turned into Pink States. Once Trump gets that wall built, he needs to glue broken glass along the top of the part that runs from Barstow to Nevada County.

As California continues to die from socialism poisoning, the refugee outflow will continue to be a humanitarian nightmare. It will contaminate and subvert much of the rest of the country. We need a policy to deal with these Californians before we get stuck with Angela Merkel’s refugee crisis. I kid. Somewhat. But this is a problem.

The Left takes over a state. They vote themselves welfare millionaires. They wreck the community, economy and environment. It isn’t fun anymore. They no longer like the experience, man! So they sell off their hyper-inflated real estate and take to the winds like an influenza virus to spread their politics and morals. Portland, Denver, Austin, Lost Wages, Seattle, and now even Huntsville, AL are getting this influx. It’s a diversity that will not be our strength.

California is dying. Like a stage four cancer sufferer that hangs on by his finger nails and won’t quite do the rest of us a favor and just kick off. When they talk about CalExit, it gives me the malady of false hope. Perhaps it is a false hope that somehow the dream of California will die when Jerry Brown and Nancy Pelosi run out of embalming fluid. Perhaps one day we can sing this song as a celebration.

California AG Says He’ll Prosecute People for Adhering to Federal Immigration Law

Andrew Anglin

Daily Stormer
January 19, 2018

The regular reader of the Daily Stormer is certainly familiar with the type of madness that goes on in the world.

We report multiple stories every week that appear to be completely unbelievable. Things which reality itself should not allow.

I am not going to tell you this is the most insane story I’ve ever seen. But I will say that a state government threatening to prosecute people for following a federal law is a specific type of madness, which I have not encountered before.


Amid “rumors” of imminent large-scale immigration raids, California’s attorney-general is warning employers they will be fined up to $10,000 if they provide federal immigration officers with information on employees.

At a press conference Thursday, the Golden State Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) told employers that they are expected to abide by laws taking effect from 2018, furthering California’s “sanctuary state” image.

Under AB 450, employers are prohibited from “providing voluntary consent to an immigration enforcement agent to access, review, or obtain the employer’s employee records without a subpoena or court order.”

Anyone who violates the law could be fined between $2,000 and $5,000 for their first violation and up to $10,000 for each subsequent violation.

Becerra said that the law was made to protect the privacy of employees, and warned employers that “ignorance of the law is no excuse if you violate it.”

The attorney-general added that the state has never challenged the authority of the federal government to enforce federal government immigration laws.

“We do challenge, in fact we are in court right now challenging the federal government’s ability to force California to do its federal immigration enforcement for it. We do challenge when federal immigration enforcement tries to tell our local law enforcement what they must do,” Becerra said. “And we’re prepared to challenge any actions by federal immigration enforcement that would violate the constitutional rights of anyone that lives in the state of California.”

They’re not challenging federal authority as they threaten to prosecute you for following federal law.

This is Waco “this is not an assault” tier.

And this is the sort of thing that could actually lay a framework for California independence. I know it sounds outrageous, but all kinds of outrageous things are happening these days. And the people running this state are bloody unhinged, mate.

I am 100% in support of California’s independence. We have differences that can only be described as “irreconcilable” with the leadership of that state, and I believe it is time to end the relationship.

If they did separate, a whole huge percentage of shitlibs and brown people from the rest of America would flood the state, and our people would come out of it.

California Fires Now Largest in History! BURN YOU FILTHY SODOMITES!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer

There is a good chance the entire state will just completely burn up forever.

There is nothing that makes me happier than watching the evil rats of California get burned out like rats.

Fox News:

The blaze known as the Thomas fire in Southern California is now the largest in the state’s recorded history, fire officials said Saturday evening.

The Thomas fire has scorched 273,400 acres, or about 427 square miles of coastal foothills and national forest.

That makes the Thomas fire 154 acres larger than the 2003 Cedar fire in San Diego that killed 15 people, officials said.

Thousands of firefighters and fleets of aircraft have been battling the Thomas blaze since Dec. 4. A firefighter and a woman fleeing the blaze died.

Days of unrelenting hot, gusty winds drive it through Ventura neighborhoods, incinerating entire blocks, and threatened the wealthy enclave of Montecito.

By Friday, however, humidity was higher, temperatures were cooler and the fire threat to homes in many areas eased. The fire continued to move slowly through forest but the blaze was 65 percent contained.

Fire officials said Saturday that any new growth in the Thomas fire will probably be attributed to controlled burns by firefighters, the Los Angeles Times reported.

You just simply cannot do this much man-on-man anal without angering GOD HIMSELF.

Did The Baby Boomers Really Lose California?

California is lost because of the judges. Your state is next.

Submitted by Melinda Santa Cruz

In 1994, California voters approved Proposition 187, a ballot measure that would have denied social services and education to illegal aliens. Voters thought that they were finally getting rid of them by self- deportation. After all, they could no longer work at the Department of Public Welfare unless they spoke English and Spanish and this seemed like a plausible way to get them off the dole.

The proposition included the following key elements:

  1. All law enforcement agents who suspect that a person who has been arrested is in violation of immigration laws must investigate the detainee’s immigration status, and if they find evidence of illegality they must report it to the attorney general of California and to the federal Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). They must also notify the detainee of his or her apparent status as an alien.
  2. Local governments are prohibited from preventing or limiting the fulfillment of this requirement.
  3. If government agents suspect anyone applying for benefits of being illegal immigrants, the agents must report their suspicions in writing to the appropriate enforcement authorities.
  4. A person shall not receive any public social service from a publicly funded health care facility until he or she meets the requirements above.
  5. A person shall not receive any health care services from a publicly funded health care facility until he or she meets the requirements above.
  6. A public elementary or secondary school shall not admit or permit the attendance of any child until he or she meets the requirements above.
  7. By 1996, each school district shall verify the legal status of each child enrolled within the district and the legal status of each parent or guardian or each child.
  8. A child who is in violation of the requirements above shall not continue to attend the school 90 days from the date of notice to the attorney general and INS.
  9. The attorney general must keep records on all such cases and make them available to any other government entity that wishes to inspect them.
  10. The manufacture, distribution, sale, or use of false citizenship or residency documents is a state felony punishable by imprisonment or fine.

Pete Wilson was elected governor. He ran on an anti-illegal immigration platform so voters thought the deal was done. We were going to take back our state.

According to Ann Coulter, approximately sixty million illegal aliens are now in the country. More of them live in California than in any other state. A few years ago, Governor Jerry Brown brokered a deal with Senate President Kevin de Leon to grant driver’s licenses to illegal aliens, Medicaid was given to illegal children and the Dreamers, and Senator Ricardo Lara(D-Bell Gardens) has promised to implement single-payer healthcare so that all illegal aliens can receive it.


How did California go from Proposition 187 to where it is today?

Well, President Trump has said it is the fault of California voters, and because of the candidate that we vote for. Nothing could be further from the truth. I don’t believe that even legal Hispanics would vote to support illegal aliens. I believe that illegal aliens have been allowed to vote under Governor Brown’s “Motor Voter Law.”

According to an immigrant from Peru, she applied for a driver’s license and was asked if she wanted to automatically be registered to vote.

“Can I do that?” she asked.

“Do you want to vote or not?” the clerk asked.

The lady, who was a registered nurse, said okay and was recently deported to Peru for voting illegally. She left her grown daughter and a grandbaby behind.

The government of Clown World only goes easy on hardened criminals, like the one who returned to America again and again and then shot Kate Steinle. The message sent is that it is perfectly acceptable to kill a white American, but somehow we are supposed to believe that the government cares about voter fraud?

If so, why has the federal government not launched an investigation for voter fraud in California? If this doesn’t suggest that three million illegal aliens voted for Hillary, what does?

And whatever happened Prop. 187? It was ruled unconstitutional by a Jimmy Carter appointee, Judge Mariana Pfaelzer of the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. This is the same court that declared that President Trump’s travel ban was unconstitutional, although in November, the US Supreme Court allowed it to take effect.

Why wasn’t Proposition 187 ever sent to the Supreme Court?

On June 23, 2014, twenty years after voters passed Proposition 187, Senator Kevin de Leon, the son of an illegal immigrant, declared it a racist proposition. Along with several Asian and Hispanic lawmakers – all Democrats – he passed Senate Bill 396 to erase the offensive language from California’s education, health, and welfare code. They held a ceremony on that day and declared it “World Unity Day.” The purpose was to celebrate diversity and to promote a united future in a country that none of their ancestors fought for or even founded.

De Leon has led at least two delegations to meetings of the United Nations and has worked closely with his pal, Tom Steyer, the Trump hater, on green energy projects. De Leon is currently trying to unseat Senator Diane ((((((Feinstein)))))) because his term as senate president is almost over. Steyer claims that he very well may run for governor of California in 2018.

Those of you who blame conservative baby boomers for the Steinle verdict need to seriously get real. California is being used as a UN experiment and its power is out of the hands of its citizens. It’s always been this way. You will understand when they come for your state next.

Trump Wall: Prototype Tests Begin


The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has started with physical tests of the  “Trump Wall” border prototypes as part of the final determination of which build will be best able to withstand invasion attempts from Mexico.

The official start of the testing period was November 27, but physical tests began this past week, Carlos Diaz, CBP’s public affairs branch chief for the southwest border told ABC radio.

The physical testing will include attempts to scale and breach the prototypes with jackhammers, saws and hydraulic tools.

During the procurement process, the companies were required to build the walls at least 6 feet deep. The depth of the walls was evaluated during the construction process, according to Diaz.

Read the rest at The New Observer.

Thousands Evacuate in Southern California as Wildfires Grow

Hollywood evacuated as wildfires rip through California

A raging inferno engulfed the Los Angeles area overnight forcing over 200,000 people to flee their homes as they were risked being burned to the ground.

Local authorities issued a never before used “purple” alert citing extreme danger including winds that could reach 128 kilometers an hour, severely limiting firefighting efforts.

Among the homes threatened by the fire were mansions in the luxurious Bel-Air neighborhood, some of which belong to famous people including Beyonce, Rupert Murdoch, and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.

The flames have swallowed about 80,000 acres in just over a day since the fire broke out, leaving at least one dead and many more seriously injured.

A large number of animals are believed to have also died in what is being considered the largest state fire in decades.

A series of large fires across Southern California continued to grow Wednesday, leading to the closure of schools and a major freeway and forcing tens of thousands of people to flee their homes.

In Ventura County, north of Los Angeles, flames chewed through downtown Ventura and all the way to the Pacific Ocean. In Los Angeles, a fire sparked early Wednesday morning threatened some of the country’s most expensive real estate.

Fire officials expected conditions to worsen over the next several days, with wind gusts expected to pick up dramatically—up to 80 miles an hour. The conditions would be so dire that state fire officials said they declared the fire danger at the highest level: extreme.

“These will be winds that there will be no abilities to fight fires,” said Ken Pimlott director of CAL FIRE, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. “This is about evacuations.”

Videos on social media showed motorists on the busy 405 freeway driving toward hillsides that were completely engulfed in flames. The freeway reopened Wednesday afternoon.

The Getty Center museum and Skirball Cultural Center both closed for the day, as have dozens of Los Angeles area schools, as thick plumes of smoke obscured the skyline.

Some residents of Bel Air, home to celebrities and millionaires such as Elon Musk, have been ordered to evacuate.

Mayor ((((((Eric Garcetti)))))) declared a local state of emergency as the fire near Bel Air grew to 125 acres. A local state of emergency was still in effect for another fire burning further north in Los Angeles. This declaration requests state and federal assistance be provided quickly.

“These are days that break your heart,” Mr. Garcetti said at a Wednesday press conference. “We have four structures that we can confirm have been destroyed, four homes.”

Meanwhile, fires across Southern California this week have already consumed more than 80,000 acres, fueled by Santa Ana winds and months with little rain that left brush across the region dry and ready to burn.

More than 4,000 firefighters were working to control the blazes, but the major fires were still at little or no containment, and fire officials said the high winds and low humidity were likely to last at least until Friday.

The largest fire—the Thomas Fire in Ventura County—jumped the 101 freeway Tuesday night and reached all the way to the Pacific Ocean. That fire has burned into the city of Ventura and has destroyed at least 150 buildings, a total that fire officials expect will rise.

Fire officials compared the Thomas Fire with the Tubbs Fire, which tore through Santa Rosa in Northern California in October. That fire killed 22 people and burned more than 5,000 acres, making it the most destructive fire in the state’s recorded history.

“Yesterday it was further north, but this morning we woke up and it was east of us,” said Los Angeles resident Patricia Moore, 84, loading belongings into the trunk of her car.

“We heard the fire engines before six o’clock this morning, and we said, ‘Maybe we should start getting our stuff into the car’.”

Los Angeles Mayor ((((((Eric Garcetti)))))) said more than 230,000 people had been forced from their homes in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

At least 4,000 firefighters were deployed across the entire fire zone, including on the scene of the “Rye” blaze – which had grown to 7,000 acres in the Santa Clarita area – as well as the “Creek” fire north of downtown Los Angeles that had grown to more than 11,000 acres.

California Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency over the area.