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Reply #45 on: May 03, 2021, 04:17:43 pm
Well he is worth a few million like the rest of them he gets over £2,000 an our for his writing what twaddle, £149.000 for being PM and other spin offs l bet he does a Nick Clegg and legs it with his loot.


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Reply #46 on: May 03, 2021, 04:22:53 pm
Of course if you are homeless in the UK and being starved to death by state genocide they will let you live In tent but get criminalised for being homeless at the same time they show no mercy.


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Reply #47 on: May 03, 2021, 04:43:23 pm
Here's a nurse in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada who seems to have quite a bit to say on the matter.

https://tapnewswire.com/2021/05/a-must-watch-nurse-in-halifax-breaks-her-silence/
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Reply #48 on: May 03, 2021, 04:49:35 pm
Of course if you are homeless in the UK and being starved to death by state genocide they will let you live In tent but get criminalised for being homeless at the same time they show no mercy.

...I guarantee you, the super poor who live often in 500k$ Villas in Sweden deserve NO mercy.
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Reply #49 on: May 03, 2021, 06:11:15 pm
Here's a nurse in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada who seems to have quite a bit to say on the matter.

https://tapnewswire.com/2021/05/a-must-watch-nurse-in-halifax-breaks-her-silence/


Interesting link, thanks.


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Reply #50 on: May 03, 2021, 07:08:50 pm
Well the TV has always been a mass brainwashing tool for sure interesting video.


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Reply #51 on: May 03, 2021, 07:24:39 pm
Who would be the one to approve it in the EU? ...anyway politicos do not seem to need qualified approval.

https://www.politico.eu/article/eu-takes-astrazeneca-to-court-for-vaccine-doses-and-revenge/

....looks like they just want more and more as usual.
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Reply #52 on: May 03, 2021, 08:34:04 pm
Well not me for sure with what they support not in a million years, corrupted lot.


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Reply #53 on: May 03, 2021, 10:44:50 pm
R230 @ #39: If you just need a bed, stove & toilet and aren't trying to display your wallet, the good old Seatrain/Connex/Shipping Containers seem like the way to go. Lots of housing variations, here's a clever one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mya2cMDACKg
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Reply #54 on: May 03, 2021, 10:51:37 pm
Yea but this is not the USA where you can live is strictly controlled, they would crush it, the councils control everything.


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Reply #55 on: May 03, 2021, 11:42:31 pm
R230 @ #39: If you just need a bed, stove & toilet and aren't trying to display your wallet, the good old Seatrain/Connex/Shipping Containers seem like the way to go. Lots of housing variations, here's a clever one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mya2cMDACKg

Looks good to me. But will the city mayors want that look in their towns and will the homeless want to live in a fancy shipping container, instead of a tent on a public sidewalk?
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Reply #56 on: May 03, 2021, 11:49:03 pm
But will the city mayors want that look in their towns and will the homeless want to live in a fancy shipping container, instead of a tent on a public sidewalk?


Not here in California they won't.  The govt gives them too much incentive to stay in tents on the street.  Literally.


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Reply #57 on: May 04, 2021, 01:17:07 am

Not here in California they won't.  The govt gives them too much incentive to stay in tents on the street.  Literally.

I believe I read that San Francisco spends about $500 million a year to help out the homeless that are camped out on the street. You would think that much money could get them decent housing, but the city's huge homeless-care bureaucracy is just too invested in helping the homeless.  ::)  The city that I live in is being sued by homeless advocates because the city has limited motor home parking to streets that are 40' wide or larger to keep them from blocking travel lanes, parking and bike lanes on more narrow streets.
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Reply #58 on: May 04, 2021, 02:50:42 am
R230 - At $500M you were a bit low. With numbers like that it's clear that there isn't a solution being proposed, the homeless are just being used for a proxy cash harvest mechanism. Like in the "war on drugs", there's always a monetary driver for the astute middleman.

Drugs are easy - decriminalize drugs, subsidize domestic production by "mom 'n pop" farms only, set up Federal Drug rehab camps with beds, toilets, kitchens & let evolution take its course. No TV, video, electronic games or internet, just community gardens, small livestock & a real book library. Anyone testing clean for 30 days gets to function as "medical help assistants" and let them clean up piss, shit & vomit for 90 days for the medical folks. Still clean after that stint, give them $10K and let them out. Folks that learn will stay out, others will cycle thru again. Some will stay on as semi-permanent stoners. "Failures" get photographed & buried in a trench Viet-Nam style. We as a country overnight stop subsidizing terrorism around the world & eliminate much of the domestic crime issue. We also put a huge multi-billion dollar "law enforcement" industry based around "controlling drugs" out of business overnight. Drugs have never been controlled, just severely monetized. Supplying the need in-country stops the money-sucking lie. Folks stay clean because they have the will to do so, the same reason we aren't all hopeless alcoholics. Laws already exist banning working, driving or operating equipment impaired.

The homeless need shelter, some food, sanitation & medical care as lots of them are just older folks with no options. To keep things real, you need to put the able-bodied to work and pay them, like the CCC programs did in the 1930's. One thing they can do is function as Park & city street cleaners. Another is to bus them out to the brush filled forests and let them assist in fire-fighting prevention by removing & clearing vegetation from around State & private structures, and for the more able even the "back-country" forest. Fires already cost tens of billions in damages to the California economy, so the money is there for some prevention. Giving homeless folks a paying job keeps them out of other trouble and is a "Christian" thing to do, help your fellow citizens. Job training classes and general education could provide other useful methods of filling their off hours, again reducing "mischief" opportunities.

And for the drug-loving percentage, that's where the Federal Drug Rehab camps come into play. You can stay there semi-permanently, cheaply staying stoned until you shuffle off, or you can bootstrap yourself back with a nice paycheck to start off with if you step up and clean up. Either way, these camps would be WAY EASIER on everyone else than living daily with the actual cost of illegal drugs. The ONLY GUY keeping you off of drugs or alcohol is that guy in the mirror. Just my $0.05...

https://www.hoover.org/research/only-san-francisco-61000-tents-and-350000-public-toilets#:~:text=San%20Francisco%20estimates%20about%208%2C000,about%20%24106%2C500%20per%20homeless%20individual.
The city’s 2020–21 budget for the Department of Homeless and Supportive Housing is about $852 million. To put that in perspective, Sacramento’s city budget is about $650 million, which covers all public services for their population of over 500,000.

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Reply #59 on: May 04, 2021, 03:59:41 am
R230 - At $500M you were a bit low. With numbers like that it's clear that there isn't a solution being proposed, the homeless are just being used for a proxy cash harvest mechanism. Like in the "war on drugs", there's always a monetary driver for the astute middleman.

Drugs are easy - decriminalize drugs, subsidize domestic production by "mom 'n pop" farms only, set up Federal Drug rehab camps with beds, toilets, kitchens & let evolution take its course. No TV, video, electronic games or internet, just community gardens, small livestock & a real book library. Anyone testing clean for 30 days gets to function as "medical help assistants" and let them clean up piss, shit & vomit for 90 days for the medical folks. Still clean after that stint, give them $10K and let them out. Folks that learn will stay out, others will cycle thru again. Some will stay on as semi-permanent stoners. "Failures" get photographed & buried in a trench Viet-Nam style. We as a country overnight stop subsidizing terrorism around the world & eliminate much of the domestic crime issue. We also put a huge multi-billion dollar "law enforcement" industry based around "controlling drugs" out of business overnight. Drugs have never been controlled, just severely monetized. Supplying the need in-country stops the money-sucking lie. Folks stay clean because they have the will to do so, the same reason we aren't all hopeless alcoholics. Laws already exist banning working, driving or operating equipment impaired.

The homeless need shelter, some food, sanitation & medical care as lots of them are just older folks with no options. To keep things real, you need to put the able-bodied to work and pay them, like the CCC programs did in the 1930's. One thing they can do is function as Park & city street cleaners. Another is to bus them out to the brush filled forests and let them assist in fire-fighting prevention by removing & clearing vegetation from around State & private structures, and for the more able even the "back-country" forest. Fires already cost tens of billions in damages to the California economy, so the money is there for some prevention. Giving homeless folks a paying job keeps them out of other trouble and is a "Christian" thing to do, help your fellow citizens. Job training classes and general education could provide other useful methods of filling their off hours, again reducing "mischief" opportunities.

And for the drug-loving percentage, that's where the Federal Drug Rehab camps come into play. You can stay there semi-permanently, cheaply staying stoned until you shuffle off, or you can bootstrap yourself back with a nice paycheck to start off with if you step up and clean up. Either way, these camps would be WAY EASIER on everyone else than living daily with the actual cost of illegal drugs. The ONLY GUY keeping you off of drugs or alcohol is that guy in the mirror. Just my $0.05...



I'm gobsmacked that you are a leftist.  How are you a leftist?  On occasion, and not infrequent occasion, you state things that are not only true but indeed insightful and potentially even patriotic.  Decriminalizing drugs is a naively ludicrous idea, yet your plan in theory makes sense.

You seem to believe anything CNN or MSNBC tells you, which is utterly stoopid, but you also seem to disbelieve anything Fox tells you, which is quite smart.

 :o

You are a bad leftist--Mumbly Joe and Pedo Gates and and Killary Hillary and Rothschild Soros are all terribly disappointed in you.
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