The City Of San Antonio Is Completely Out Of Gas, Americans By The Multitudes Are Lining Up Just To Get Fuel For Their Cars. This Happened After The Government Said There Was A Decline In Fuel. Was This Done On Purpose To Cause Civil Unrest?

By Theodore Shoebat

The city of San Antonio is completely out of gas. Americans in the city have been lining up by the multitudes just to get gas. This took place after the government said that there was a decline in fuel. Was this done on purpose? I talk about it here:

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  • Kevin Nicholson

    “Out of chaos comes order.”
    “In the beginning was nonsense, and the nonsense was with God, and the nonsense was God.”
    Friedrich Nietzsche [1844-1900], antichrist.

  • ace

    …I don’t know if intentional, but many are watching and noting this event, as we should be taking note too. The question is what to do if you are in such a situation. Some do not have the luxury of moving out of large cities and some are constrained by family ties or economic and other challenges. Just more reason to stay close to the Holy Trinity and the Blessed Virgin Mary and to frequent the sacraments.

  • Стефан Евгений

    Ha! my renter came in and told me a guy pulled in at a station he was at thinking there was gas. Only to be disappointed he was getting diesel.The gas is gone and all is left is diesel.
    He said he felt sorry for the guy he’d all been all over town.

  • Dominus

    It’s in the lighter vein of same state of insanity and freaking out that would start if for example, as you have said in your previous video about what would have probably happen if NFL,NHL or NBA season got suspended for only 1 year, with mass riots and anarchy on streets nation wide.

  • Travis McGhee

    It’s not just in San Antonio. I’m in Dallas TX and we are experience ng the same thing. You have to wait in line for an hour and often the pumps are drained right before you get to the front of the line. Many gas stations are also taking advantage and jacking up the price. I’ve seen $10.00 per gallon gas!

    I saw this post on Facebook and reposted it. Pretty interesting. The argument is that the shortage is caused by refineries being down but according to this delivery driver they have plenty of gas stored in TX so their it no shortage at all. That would mean something else is causing it.

    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10207962947270167&id=1792087410

  • susan

    I agree. It does make one wonder…. There are…elements…who want to see the U.S. burn baby burn.
    I remember years ago waiting in lines for gas during the Carter administration. Odd license plate numbers on one day and even on another. It was annoying and we got through it okay. We car pooled, went to the grocery stores together…we combined work and errands. We stayed home more. We planted seasonal gardens. Ted, I’ve been reading Wisdom. What an eye opener! And I’d like to hear more about those who want to kill 2/3 of the earth’s population.

    • Grandmere

      I remember the gas lines under Carter. My whole family was at Myrtle Beach when New Orleans flooded. We were lucky to get enough gas (scrambled right away) to get home. Never wait until your tank is below 1/4 full. Think about how much you would need for two weeks of limited driving. Heads up Florida and east coast.

      • susan

        Wise advice, Grandmere.

        • Grandmere

          Where you been, child? We’ve been missing you.

          • susan

            The ole ticker’s been racing along and leaving me exhausted yet unable to sleep… Lol. Go figure. ;).

          • Grandmere

            Get that checked out. Atrial fibrillation? Very common and treatable. My husband has it.

  • filomena seiffert

    I think they want to raise the price. Where I live, in California, it went up 0.20 cents.

  • Randy Perez

    The reason why San Antonio is out of gas is because “Price gouging” is illegal. It is basic economics. Prices are determined by supply and demand. If supply increases while demand is stable, prices fall. If supply decreases while demand is stable, prices rose. If demand increases while supply is stable, prices rise. You get the idea.

    The hurricane in Texas wiped out many of the oil and gas supply and it increased the demand for oil and gas. This must mean that prices have to sky rocket. The problem is that ignorant Texas lawmaker had made it illegal to raise prices. Same thing that happened in Venezuela is happening in Texas. GOVERNMENT PLACES PRICE CONTROLS = SHORTAGES OF GOODS.

    Imagine that an evacuation order has been issued and you need to travel 100 miles within the next four hours to get to get to a safe place. On the main highway there are two gas stations, one is charging $2.85 a gallon the other is charging $15.00 a gallon. Which station is going to have the longest line? The one charging $2.85 a gallon, where most people would say “top off the tank”. The line at the station charging $15.00 would be much shorter and move along much faster because most people would only be buying enough to get out of town, say four gallons. Which station is going to run out of gas before all people waiting in line have gotten enough gas to get out of town? Pretty obvious, ain’t it! THIS IS HOW MARKETS WORK!

  • filomena seiffert

    The people are nothing more then hostages to their governments. Did anyone read how Sacramento CA, wants to give money for gangs for them stop killing. Lets works hard pay heavy taxes so that the government give to criminals. Humanity is totally ou of line and out of control.

  • bubba

    we live in the dallas fort worth area. we left dfw last thursday as the gas was running out. we paid $2.69 a gallon that day. as we got 60 miles out from fort worth the gas stations were not having any problems with gas. 2 days later all the small towns around my lake property were out of gas. we left to come back to dfw on tuesday and all the gas stations had gas all the way back and dfw was pumping away. albeit the prices were up to $2.49. up from around $2.20 before. it would not suprise me a bit if there was design behind this for whatever reason. oh the times they are a changin. the great divide is under way brothers and sisters. goats/lazy christians or the other side. stand our ground and put on our leather necks so to speak. its not coming … its here now.

  • Travis McGhee

    I would speculate the same. I just hesitate to commit any opinion when I can’t be fully confident of ty facts. Things have calmed down since then so hopefully we are back to normal. Until the next crisis that is. Lol.

    • Grandmere

      I’m one of those old people who survived Jimmy Carter. The gas shortage went on for months. After the initial panic, lines, fist fights and chaos, everybody settled into a shared misery and just stayed home. Just back and forth to work, carpooling and not much else. We did have some nice block parties though and got to know our neighbors better.