You Won’t Believe The Size of this Massive Tent City in California

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A video posted by a bicyclist in Southern California has shown just how bad homelessness is getting California. The video captured the extent of a rapidly growing tent city along the Santa Ana Trail in Anaheim.

A different video posted in January actually suggests that the sprawling encampment stretches for miles along Route 57.

According to an Infowars article, homeless activists estimate that the tent city could have as many as 1,000 people. The locals are growing increasingly worried about the situation as trash and human waste accumulate, and assaults and robberies grow more common along the trail. And all of this is occurring in the same city that houses Disneyland.

Clearly the economy is in great shape and California is perfectly stable, right?

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  • Maybe they should have looked at some refugee camps in the third world

  • randy wellman

    it would surprise me if there were ONLY 1000 living along that trail. i will ride it again in the next week or two. all over california as i ride my haibike i see DOZENS of homeless… won’t SEE until you get off yer couches, america.

    • Red Tick Alert

      When you really want to know how many homeless there are, do your search at night.

  • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    When I hauled xmas trees from Oregon to L.A. back in the mid-90s, within the shadows of skyscrapers near Wilshire/Alameda, there were blocks upon blocks of homeless living in boxes on the sidewalks.

    As the economy is so much worse today than it was then, one can only imagine how much worse the situation has gotten.

    • Rick E.

      I did the same, as I would pick up a load of trees in Washington state and take them to the Inland Empire of southern California. In the summer I drove other flatbed jobs that helped me get by.
      Before that I was homeless and very poor, thus I know of the disrespect, hostility, isolation, and the ice cold shunning that the homeless endure.

      I went to truck driving school, worked my butt off and left the homeless life behind.
      I was fortunate enough to inherit a modest amount of money. I invested it in stocks, speculated, and was prudent AND lucky. I am financially stable now, but I will never forget the feeling of having NO home, no destination called home, nobody to go home to.
      I try and donate my time and money to feed the homeless on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Those folks appreciate it.

      • TrevorD

        Wow Rick, What a story, worthy of a writing a book maybe

        • Rick E.

          Thanks for the compliment, but Yeah it sucked too! It may sound melodramatic, but when you’re living in a small tent by the Boise river, negative, sad and overwhelming thoughts take over at times.
          Cold and heat have new and more accurate meanings!

          There’s lots more to this story but I rarely mention it, as it brings back memories of the good AND the bad in the world.
          People are uncomfortable with seeing the homeless. It reminds them of what COULD happen to them if circumstances become unstable and scary.

          • TrevorD

            Ya for sure. Glad you found a way and big respect for your honesty and humanity. Very cool, very refreshing. Big cheers

          • Rick E.

            Thanks Trevor! I wasn’t always that way, experiencing life from the perspective of being homeless can change one’s view on the homeless.
            Certainly not all homeless are alcoholics or drug addicts as most assume. Sometimes life itself has surprises for we all, and some of the surprises aren’t what we would call optimal.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            And, many of those who are, are self-medicating – having physical or mental issues that are going untreated.

            Life doesn’t always turn out according to plan.

          • Anyone who looks down their nose at the homeless is a POS.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Most people are less than 30 days from being homeless.
            But, blinkers will do wonders for a person’s ability to see. . .

          • Victoriamvinson

            Google is paying 97$ per hour! Work for few hours & have longer with friends and family! !dl50c:
            On tuesday I got a great new Land Rover Range Rover from having earned $8752 this last four weeks.. Its the most-financialy rewarding I’ve had.. It sounds unbelievable but you wont forgive yourself if you don’t check it
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          • Xaos

            Were u taking drugs or beinh alcoholic at the time?

          • Rick E.

            Hell no, I could barely afford to eat at the time let alone get buzzed.

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        I’ve been homeless off and on since I was 16 – I’m now 52.
        Sometimes, it was due to circumstances beyond my control, other times it was by choice, other times not.
        I’ve been homeless, not by choice, with a 70 hour a week truck driving job – because too many places want 3 years of rental history which are hard to come by when you live in a van.

      • Damn, Rick. Who knew? And good for you. I help the unfortunate whenever I can also but I don’t donate to charities, usually it is direct help or I am part of a small group directly helping.

        • Ken, Megapolis

          Hi Roger and Rick. I donated much to charity shops after parents died. Now they are refusing new donations. They are overloaded. Last year all the celebrities died of the plague that is cancer. What the media don’t tell you is all about the REGULAR folk who also got cancer.
          I am absolutely certain that this Big C problem has been occluded by irrational Islamophobia and events in Middle East which have no bearing on our lives in U.K. + U.S. at all.
          I am far more scared of Cancer than the sight of a woman dressed all in black with just narrow slits for eyes.
          So help me anyone who can.

          • Me too, Ken. I’ve watched a few people die right in front of me from it and it’s devastating. Here is a good website for cancer: – also cannabis oil is a very good weapon. I got it for a guy down the hall for me for his skin cancer and it cured it in less than 5 days and still cures it whenever a cancer spot pops up on him. He was skeptical when I first told him about it but after trying it out he is a 100% believer now!

          • Ken, Megapolis

            I read you Roger. I am eternally the Joker of the Pack and entertainer non stop. It hurt bad to see both my parents sit pretty till about Nov 2014, then descend quickly as if falling off a precipice.
            I hope that during my nicer spells I have passed on much of value and it can be picked up by anyone interested.
            Sorry if I overdo the help me stuff.
            God bless😇

          • Vig orniensis

            “irrational Islamophobia” – really? Come to the UK and see all the no-go areas “policed” by imams. Irrational? Tell that to Drummer Rigby’s family. Ken, you really have to be stupid to see no issues with them. Look at Sweden where people are too scared to go out, particularly the women.

  • jimmy joe

    All of this, and the system that is the DPRC wants to disarm their own citizens!! Going near there unarmed would be stupid, so, what is next???

  • doucyet

    5-6 trillion spent on useless wars in the last 20 years. Ya think we could have used that money here?

    • tonye

      It would not help.

      The nice weather brings people here… and then you got all the freebees.

      Given a chance on freezing or sweating to death in the Midwest or East Coast and getting nothing but breadcrumbs…

      … or moving to a place where 40F is considered cruelly cold, the weather is reasonably dry and you get all kinds of stuff…

      Just take the 110 Fwy north and look at the overpasses, specially the ones that are under the shade of the high in the sky car pool lanes… you can see tons of tents on both sides of the overpass… I mean, you can see this clearly from below in the main trunk of the freeway.

      It has always been here… Westwood, by UCLA, right next to Beverly HIlls… homeless people crapping right in the alley between the high rises, clearly in view from the sidewalks and streets filled with Benzes.

      It would not help. The more we help these people, the more they come from other states… that’s what the “bleeding hearts” ignore. They are making the matter worse.

      • doucyet

        It’s estimated that 25% of the homeless population have a mental illness of some sort. We have forgotten about these folks and cast them out into the streets with the closing of facilities and restricting funds for their aid. There are no easy answers, but spending trillions on BS wars while ignoring our own is wrong. I’m not a bleeding heart, I’m the furthest thing from it. But what we’re doing now (or the lack of it) is not the answer either.

        • g.johnon

          i think a couple millions jobs coming home from china would do wonders as well.

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          A full 25% of the homeless are veterans.
          I’m no military fetishist, by any stretch of the imagination – but that’s completely ridiculous.

      • BlackDeity

        5-6 trillion wouldn’t help the homeless? Please sir, who is your accountant and our tax man LOL? Let’s not forget, if we even recovered a fraction of the tax revenues lost overseas by those companies we know and love (apple, google, facebook etc.) we would be able to put an end to all of this. Also, the money lost within the U.S. (Google 1209 North Orange) via the Delaware tax loophole. Donald Trump knows all too well about said address. Of course, there’s also millions/billions in tax credits that these same corporations who pay zero taxes receive as well. So trust me, the money is there. If you are really worried about “hand outs” as you say, which you arent, you would be signing that tune in the direction of wall street and not the measly $200 bucks a month low income individuals receive haha. Turn your TV off and open your mind…

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          Just what’s been spent on foreign adventurism since 2003 would buy every homeless person in the country a home in the $800,000 – $1,000,000 range.

        • tonye

          If we had those 5-6 trillion dollars, we’d BETTER NOT spend them on the homeless.

          How about lowering my taxes instead?

          • BlackDeity

            Considering taxation is theft, why not just get rid of them all together. Trust me, if we had an influx of that amount of capital, we wouldn’t need to bleed the people dry of the little they do have.

  • g.johnon

    so, were are the leftoids that are supposed to come and tell us this is all trumps fault?

  • thomas jefferson

    THERES NO SUCH THING AS LOCALS IN CALIFORNIA,anymore,THEIR SLAVES and won’t admit it,JERRY BROWN has destroyed what was left of any hope of recovering their freedom,its completely gone now…ONLY THE SLAVES REMAIN NOW….and very soon they’ll be in the hands of their new owners the CHINESE MILITARY,who more then likely will kill most of them………

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      Wow. . . poor unhinged whatchamacallit.

  • TrevorD

    I have met some guys on the street here in the UK. Some are very educated but gave up on `the system` as the brainwashing was too much. Others had businesses but were made bankrupt and so gave up on `the system`. Others were victims of divorce that didnt go in their favor and so gave up on `the system`. Others were abused by parents, teachers and others so gave up on `the system`. Wonder what on earth could be the cause of many that are homeless?

  • Mara natha

    This is good enough for our homeless, but we house criminals and foreign “refugees” in 4 star hotels. We could save a lot of money by putting prisoners in tents and just building a big wall around him situated in the middle of a military camp, perhaps .

  • August

    All the billions in homeless funding is going to the “Jesus Saves” churches and the 12-Step religious AA/NA cult treatment industries, both 100% proven failures…for decades, thus leaving the homeless…still homeless.

  • stan

    And California is a state that’s actually doing quite well economically compared to other states.