Watch: Average Day in Mexico, Drivers Swerve Around Severed Head, Limbs on Road

Octavio Rivera
Daily Stormer
October 25, 2018

WARNING: Graphic.

These people don’t look very concerned.

Just another day in Mexico.

You know you’ve hit rock bottom when people don’t even swerve to avoid the human remains, and they just drive right over them. I guess they’ve done it too many times before, and by now they’ve learned that it is just a waste of time and energy.

Borderland Beat:

Around 6:00 pm on Monday, a group of armed individuals threw human remains on the busy street Ejido and in an Oxxo store. The ministerial authorities reported that it is at least two dismembered bodies. Undeterred, some of the motorists who passed through the site passed over the human members, and even recorded videos that they later spread on social networks.

There are some pictures here.


You don’t like adventure?

That’s what Mexico is. A big, exciting adventure. The kind of adventure that keeps your blood pumping, that keeps you full of adrenaline, that you don’t know for sure that you’ll survive.

Aren’t you tired of being so safe all the time?

That’s no way of living.

Don’t you want to feel alive?

What better way to feel alive than taking a walk down a Mexican street? Seeing death all around you, seeing short, fat, and ugly Aztecs everywhere, speaking in tongues, calling you “gringo pendejo” and farting their bean burritos all around you.

Come on man, I’m telling you. It’ll be fine. It’ll be fun.

Haven’t you watched that “Once Upon a Time in Mexico” movie?

You can go with your friends and have a blast.

A literal blast.

Don’t you want to shoot random orcs with a sawed-off shotgun?

You can do that in Mexico.

In fact, you can do anything in Mexico.

Anything goes.

World Atlas:

Los Cabos, Mexico is the most dangerous city in the world with a murder rate of 111.33 per 100,000 people. This city’s position on the list of the world’s most dangerous cities is indicative of the increase in crime that Mexico has experienced over the last year. In 2017 and 2018, the resort town of Los Cabos has made headlines news for a string of alarming murders. The majority of the violence in Los Cabos has mostly been related to the drug trade, and tourists have not been the target. Nonetheless, the instances of violence are still drastic, and have earned the popular vacation destination a spot on the top of the list of the world’s most dangerous cities.

According to World Atlas, Mexico has 12 of the 50 most dangerous cities in the world.

Also, check out where the rest of those cities are and what they have in common.

I wonder what could it be…

Human sacrifice never stopped being a thing in Mexico.

Now, you might be thinking you don’t want this kind of enrichment in your country.

But you have to understand, if we’d only let them invade our countries, they’d behave just like us, they’d be great citizens, they’d be everything they weren’t before in their countries. Because land is magic, and once they set foot in ours, they’ll acquire every quality and virtue we have.

We just have to give them a chance, man.