Border Patrol Wants New Goblin Tent City: The One Opened Last Week is Already Overwhelmed

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
May 11, 2019

Overwhelming numbers.

Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost recently described the current border policy using the following analogy: “It’s like holding a bucket under a faucet. It doesn’t matter how many buckets we have if we can’t turn off the flow.”

There is indeed a “more buckets” policy going on here. Buckets take many forms; some are money, some are time, some are personnel and some are tent cities.

The faucet, on the other hand, is always the same: brown, dumb, violent and disgusting.

AP:

The U.S. Border Patrol said Friday that it plans to open a second tent facility to detain migrants in South Texas next to one it opened last week.

In a statement, the agency said the 500-person tent it opened in Donna, Texas, is already beyond capacity. The statement cited the large numbers of migrant parents and children crossing into the United States, many of them asylum seekers from Central America.

Photos released by the Border Patrol show dozens of migrants sitting or lying on the grass outside a small, military-style tent with only Mylar sheets underneath them. Another photo inside a tent shows adults and children huddled underneath the shiny sheets. The agency said it’s also detaining migrants in the secure entryways, or sally ports, of some of its stations.

Just throw more tent cities at the goblins. That will fix the problem. Also, throw more food and water and clothing and some money too while we’re at it. I mean, why not?

The situation appears to be currently framed as “how can we make these poor goblins feel better while they flood our country?”

It would be nice if government authorities started talking about what to do to stop the invasion instead.

In the Rio Grande Valley, the southernmost part of Texas, agents apprehend about 1,600 people daily. Border Patrol currently has more than 8,000 people detained in the sector, more than double its current capacity including the tent in Donna.

What? The tent city was useless? But its cost was $36.9 million! How can this be?!

Wait. I know. We have to make BIGGER tent cities and invest MORE MONEY into them to make them HUGE. We can’t expect half-measures to work here, can we? We have to go big and spend big.

It’s the only way that these ancient legume peoples will be able to enrich our culture with their rich cuisines that may or may not include eating Europeans alive.

Daily Mail:

Dismembered bodies of ‘fattened-up’ Spanish conquistadors, women and toddlers were eaten by their cannibalistic Aztec captors, research reveals.

The bodies of more than 450 people were found at the ancient Zultepec-Tecoaque site in what is now modern day Mexico City. Experts say they were kept prisoner for six months, fed and then used in sacrificial enactment scenes from mythology.

They were members of a Spanish convoy from Cuba who reached Aztec territory in 1520, laden with supplies for Conquistador Hernan Cortes.

But they met a grisly end at the hands of their Aztec captors, who held them prisoner in doorless cells where they were ‘fattened up’ for sacrifice.

The Aztec inhabitants of Zultepec captured a convoy of about 15 male Spaniards, 50 women, 10 children and 45 foot soldiers in 1520. Over the next six months the town ate the prisoners – including toddlers and pregnant female ‘warriors’ whose heads were strung up on skull racks alongside their men.

Archaeologists have hailed it one of the greatest victories for the indigenous population of Mexico during the invasion of the continent, but just one year later the Spanish conquered the Aztec empire and toppled its capital city – Tenochtitlan.

It dealt a critical blow to the Aztecs who were still reeling following the death of Moctezuma II, the ninth ruler of the Aztec Empire.

In the latest excavation, skull racks of the captive women reveal they may have been strung up alongside those of men, and analysis of the bones shows the women were pregnant, and may have even been ‘warriors’.

“Warriors.”

The town dwellers appear to have eaten the prisoners, as well as the horses but viewed the pigs with such suspicion that they were simply killed and left uneaten.

Another sacrificial offering included one woman’s body that was cut in half near the remains of a dismembered child of 3 or 4.

In contrast, the skeletons of the captured Europeans were torn apart and bore cut marks indicating the meat was removed from the bones.

That is pretty much what browns do in places where they greatly outnumber whites.

But they have to greatly outnumber whites to achieve that, because even outnumbered whites, if well-prepared, can bring all of them down.

When Cortes learned what happened to his followers, he sent troops there on a punitive expedition.

The inhabitants tried to hide all remains of the Spaniards by tossing them in shallow wells and abandoned the town.

Cortes went on to conquer the Aztec capital in 1521.

Stop ignoring the Spirit of Conquest.

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