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Meanwhile At The Border

If you are a racist you might wonder how thousands of Haitians ended up under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, especially if you know how to look at a map….

That isn’t really walking distance, some 1700 nautical miles, and there is also that whole large body of water problem. According to the Washington Post article they have been coming up from….Brazil of all places. 
The migrants arriving to Del Rio appear to be part of a larger wave of Haitians heading northward, many of whom arrived in Brazil and other South American nations after the 2010 earthquake. They are on the move again, embarking on a grueling, dangerous journey to the United States with smuggling organizations managing the trip, according to border authorities and refugee groups.

More than 29,000 Haitians have arrived over the past 11 months, the latest Customs and Border Protection figures show, including some in mixed-nationality families with children born in Brazil, Chile or other South American nations.

They have trekked through the jungles of Panama’s Darien Gap, navigated migrant camps and criminal gangs in Central America, and dodged border guards and troops along the highways of southern Mexico. Some say the economic toll of the pandemic pushed them to leave, while others see a more welcoming U.S. administration offering them a fleeting opportunity to reach the United States.
Oh, that makes perfect sense. They have been hanging around in Brazil since 2010 and now, for no reason whatsoever, are walking to Texas. Again, that isn’t a brief stroll. 

Almost 2800 nautical miles and that doesn’t really capture the complexity of getting from Boa Vista, a random northern city in Brazil I picked, to Del Rio, Texas. 
Haitian refugees without a pot to piss in somehow are getting transported from Brazil and Chile to the U.S. border. How exactly is that happening? Who is paying for it?

Thousands upon thousands of people from the most failed state in the Western hemisphere, people with no useful skills, no common culture and one of the lowest average IQs in the world. This is just what America needs and lucky for us, the Biden regime will likely rubber stamp their entrance into the country and then ship them to a red state. America is turning into an enormous homeless camp with nuclear weapons.
Just remember when you see pictures of this chaos that any talk of the Great Replacement is a White supremacist right-wing conspiracy theory and definitely not happening right in front of you.


  1. jl

    Surely this is nothing more than a vast white-wing conspiracy to make our oh, so benevolent rulers look bad. These pics were likely taken at a recent NASA job fair, these poor folks queuing are obviously the best and brightest the world has to offer. /sarcasm off/

  2. BigCountryExpat

    Beat me by 30 minutes you utter bastard LOL. Good points though. Inquiring minds want to know where the bux are coming from. $2 a day earning Haitian VooDoo Motherfuckers heading to us can't be cheap. Who's financing the "Great Yardape Migration of 2021"?

  3. Arthur Sido

    A lot of the cash comes from "Christian" groups, especially Catholic charities and the Lutherans. I am pretty familiar with the Bible but I don't recall the part where funding your own genocide was a commandment.

  4. Anonymous

    It's just the logistics nerd in me, but when I look at that midnight camp of un-housebroken tarbabies, the first observation I make is no restroom facility in sight. Let alone one capable of supporting 8000 pissing, shitting, sweating, stinking, raping, machete-wielding sub-humans compressed tightly together, impatiently awaiting their gibsmedat. The stench must be unfathomable.

    It has also been my experience that you can't put TWO Haitians in the same general area for a day without bloody violence resulting. 8000 of the devils in one place sounds like the makings for epic zombie warfare. I hope they keep the cameras rolling.

  5. Mike Guenther

    Several years ago when we were using some warehouse space in South Florida, the people next to us were Haitians. They would go around and pick up what we would call trash, basically stuff people put out on the street for pickup. I guess they would also hit up food banks because some of the stuff they had was bulk foods like rice and beans.

    After they figured they had a load up, they would back a shipping container up to the warehouse door, pack stuff in the front, then park a compact truck in the middle and finish packing shit all around it for shipment to Haiti. (Evidently there was a rather large tariff on vehicles shipping into Haiti through normal channels.)

    In six weeks, I saw them ship out four 40 foot containers like that.

  6. Skipperdaddy

    Been to Haiti 3 different times. First time I got off the boat, got a bottle of barbancourt, went straight back to boat. Last 2 times I gave the the guards at the gate a few bucks and they brought back the rum to me on the boat. I saw enough the first time. It was on par with Nigeria imho. Now DR next door aint too shabby in the right places 😉 had a lotta sailor fun there.

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