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The hopeless feeling I get living in California. Here is my story of living here.

 
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I fully understand and I can 100% relate to your pain of being in an overpopulated mess as I too live in a big city.

I don't know how I'm going to get out of here at this point. It would be so much easier if I was American.

I feel all the things you feel and it sucks the soul, drive, motivation, passion, and life-force right out of you. You forget how life once was and all you know is how it is now.

If you can afford it, get out. Do yourself a favour and get out while you are riding high, because if you wait, it will be too late.

Good luck
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I am emailing to a young lady that wants to go to college in CALIFORNIA.

Thanks for the info and experiences.hf
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Emailing this thread.hf
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funny how the California Dream that started in the 1960's is still alive. The masses are usually 20-75 years in the past, when it comes to reality.
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True story

CA was it

Not anymore
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I was in Anaheim back in the 80's, had a Metal band there. I worked at The Spaghetti Station....I left when the Mexican gangs started popping up.
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Hi we have property in the Kalispell Montana area. It is 99 percent white. Like alot of Montana. Maybe try to get a job in Montana. Most of Montana except Missoula is like old America used to be mostly white, friendly, less crime, and Glacier National Park is real pretty.
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I think many share your woes op. St Pete Fla changed so radically in the past 4 years. Housing is unaffordable unless special interest or wealthy. Crime is absolutely horrible now that the bad elements were spread around every neighborhood. Cops can't seem to do anything, as if they were told to go easy on rebellious law breakers. Traffic is the worst its ever been, with no hope in sight. Leftists...wealthy leftists have taken over and transformed our entire city with no regard at all to the longtime residents. Zero fucks given. Cameras, drones, cell towers and artificial fauna is what we got. Its discouraging. These bastards have big plans. I also happen to believe with all my heart & soul that their plans will fall apart and so will they. Choices.
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We live in the mountains east of SD. Coyotes howling at night and beautiful weather. A lot of LEO and military and Border Patrol live amongst us. There are many of us in these liberal states. Love California. We stay.
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Same here, we live in Alpine but recently bought a vacation home in Sedona. Still love Alpine but will probably leave at some point before it all goes to shite. Sad to watch the liberals destroy everything.
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I left 17 years ago, for Texas.

California has been taken over and each year it spreads out worse and worse. California will become one giant shithole from Chula Vista up to Crescent City.

Texas is now following suit. I can always tell a native Texan because of their manners. The "side transplants" as we are known, either assimilate, or take their shitty attitudes over here.

Texas is turning browner than Mexico, but the difference with this state is, the native Texans will not just pick up and go elsewhere. The people have balls in this state and quite a few still have the "Alamo" spirit. As in, "You may outnumber us, but fuck off, we're staying".

Cali is rolling over and taking it in the ass, which is a real pity. Paradise isn't paradise when every spot is crowded asshole-to-elbow, and the Mexican flag is flown over the American flag on public property and nobody says shit about it.

Texas is busy working, but you get enough pissed off Texans together, the fireworks are gonna start.

I guess I'll stay here. We might as well face the facts, our government has sold out this country, and we have no where left to run.
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I too have many times been the only White person in line at Walmart; after I use up the gift card I bought I'm avoiding the place. Malls, food courts - 95% of the people behind the counter are Black or Muslim (some Sikh); I'm done with the food courts as well.

I've nothing against these folks individually; I talk & joke with them, but it's the major shift in demographics that is alarming. The apartment complex I walk through on my way to the mall is "North Africa", a total change in tenants from 3 years ago.

The source countries are thousands of years old but can't solve their problems and take care of their own people; now it's our problem. The new face of crime here is the immigrant groups, yet they keep bringing them in... and we daresn't say (or think) anything against this.

Good luck to OP. Sorry to say, it's going to get even worse.
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I avoided moving to CA a few years ago. I’ve spent a lot of time there in the past ten years. It’s getting worse every trip I take. I could never live there.
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Maybe you should becoming bilingual and less hateful of others less fortunate than yourself
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maybe you should give everyone blow jobs and spread the joy
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What a loser.

I live in San Diego and it is heaven on earth for me. What kind of sucker pays $2700 a month on rent? There's plenty of cheaper places right near the beaches with hot babes all over the place.
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What would happen if you get out of your contract early?
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Well move on up to Idaho like thousands of you are already doing and have done for the last couple/few decades, I will say leave your liberal politics behind.

I will tell you right now we don't cotton to faggots and queers/LGBTGC or anything else. We also are staunch 2nd amendment folks.
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Theres more republicans in California than the liberals want you to believe. Republicans in California just need organize and network with each other and get their messages out there
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I too have many times been the only White person in line at Walmart; after I use up the gift card I bought I'm avoiding the place. Malls, food courts - 95% of the people behind the counter are Black or Muslim (some Sikh); I'm done with the food courts as well.

I've nothing against these folks individually; I talk & joke with them, but it's the major shift in demographics that is alarming. The apartment complex I walk through on my way to the mall is "North Africa", a total change in tenants from 3 years ago.

The source countries are thousands of years old but can't solve their problems and take care of their own people; now it's our problem. The new face of crime here is the immigrant groups, yet they keep bringing them in... and we daresn't say (or think) anything against this.

Good luck to OP. Sorry to say, it's going to get even worse.
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wtfdid
horry shit +1 yo

Canada used to be a wonderful wonderful great place to be , almost like a dream from my memories.

But everything is completely unlike what I remember now.

It's all just a nightmare really. A place where you really just do not want to go anywhere public no longer. DO NOT WANT.

In short, it's a fuckhole 3rd world dump if you're in any city.

Fuck this place it makes me want to puke yak
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Maybe you should becoming bilingual and less hateful of others less fortunate than yourself
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Maybe you should fuck off and die.
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I live in California, but in rural desert area.. 98 percent white of a pop of about 500 ppl and its fantastic.. I will not move.. And no traffic shit.. Nothing.. Quiet, and if you want to do some shooting on property, God bless you..
 Quoting: The ring of truth


To each their own I guess. Enjoy your high taxes.
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My taxes are low.. 500 a year for property tax.. My house mortgage with tax and insurance is 550 month, have 5 acres. 1300 sf house.. No water fee since we have a Well.. It's kinda cheap..
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Cali is cheap if you don't make much money and live outside urban areas. The weather is awesome.
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Look, the solution to this isn't always easy.

Expect coastal and touristy areas to have the best and the worst of people. Just buy land with actual acreage close enough to a city but far enough away... build a fucking house... enjoy both worlds whenever you want. When you got 30+ acres let me tell you something - life begins to click. You are king of that little area.

Perks?
- Lower cost of living
- Lower taxes
- Freedom to move around on your own land
- Freedom to drive 20-30 mins into a city
- Freedom to squawk like a bird butt-fucking naked running through the woods... this is why land is amazing. Get drunk and howl at the fucking moon.

Problem solved... yer welcome.

P.S. someone offer me an upgrade on GLP I been here for years, wheres the love???!

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I live in California, but in rural desert area.. 98 percent white of a pop of about 500 ppl and its fantastic.. I will not move.. And no traffic shit.. Nothing.. Quiet, and if you want to do some shooting on property, God bless you..
 Quoting: The ring of truth


To each their own I guess. Enjoy your high taxes.
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My taxes are low.. 500 a year for property tax.. My house mortgage with tax and insurance is 550 month, have 5 acres. 1300 sf house.. No water fee since we have a Well.. It's kinda cheap..
 Quoting: The ring of truth




Not buying it.
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My wife is a para legal, so she makes good money.. I used to live at the coast, Pismo beach, all I did was work... I said forget this shit. So yea I know the coast.. I'll take where I'm at any day of the week...
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Pismo is north

And not crowded.

You square state people try to make stuff up.... as if we won’t know?

San Diego stuff from OP is BS too.....
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I live in California, but in rural desert area.. 98 percent white of a pop of about 500 ppl and its fantastic.. I will not move.. And no traffic shit.. Nothing.. Quiet, and if you want to do some shooting on property, God bless you..
 Quoting: The ring of truth


To each their own I guess. Enjoy your high taxes.
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I live in the same situation as The ring of truth and love it.

Yeah, taxes are a bitch, but it's a small price to pay for the quality of life my family gets all year round.
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Theres more republicans in California than the liberals want you to believe. Republicans in California just need organize and network with each other and get their messages out there
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Why is it that Republicans suck at organizing and networking and getting the message out and the Dems excell at it?
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I feel ya', OP. Got married and left the country in '93. Before then...ICE would raid a local restaurant for illegals constantly.

Moved back in 2000...and it was crazy. Our local schools were filled with illegals. I enrolled my kid in K and we were required a "blue slip" for immunizations. NOT illegals. It was specified.

My hubby is an immigrant and was required to have a chest x-ray and have blood tests to get a green card. We paid through the NOSE to get him here. He makes 6 figures and pays taxes.
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Let me add to that. I live in sherman oaks. The homeless are moving in there too. Where ever you go you pay more for being white. For example if you need your car serviced you will be charged more. People stare at you and are offended you are there. Im harassed by the city about licences for my business which i have and are posted as legally required, yet mexicans are now opening up restaurant's on the side walks now rules apply to them. Food trucks every where breaking every city ordinance. Everything is a sliding scale charge. Its now $350 to register my vans each (new weight tax) i pay higher cell phone and internet to off aet the free phone and internet for all the illegal immigrants and welfare queens moving in from Michigan, georgia, detroit etc. You can be arrested for not recognizing someones made up gender. Theft is so ranpant there isnt a place to hide your stuff. Its all skinny jeans, the color purple, starbucks and anti white. The woman here hate men so bad its toxic.i could go on but why bother.........
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Sorry for the typos...not sure why my phone changes words when i post here.
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Just reading this thread, and a commercial for tourism for California came on.
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Maybe you should becoming bilingual and less hateful of others less fortunate than yourself
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Fuck off Cher
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Every time I drove by Home Depot there was a line of Mexicans waiting for spot hire to do a job.

I guess I could not blame them for looking for work.
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i could use a few mexicans where i live, can't do any locals to do shit.
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SoCal was heaven is now hell.

Is Trump going to do anything? Not a chance, he's globalist scum just like Bush and Obama.
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I recently moved to The Pacific Northwest, between Seattle and Bellingham, from Arizona.

Compared to Phoenix this area is a white paradise. I'm in a more rural, agricultural area and there are a few Hispanic immigrants here, but nothing like AZ.

It's different in the cities, but I rarely see homeless people, I've not once in 6 months been accosted for handouts here. I hope it stays this way.
Not intended to be a factual statement.