In 20 years the US has bent over backwards bastardizing the system destroying liberty and independence in many areas – just exactly what the terrorists wanted.
Tag: First Stop
Do you take the “safe” option when helping homeless people? Chances are the organization you trust does more harm than the taboo of giving directly to the individuals in need.
I am in favor of all people getting the help and benefits that they need, not in creating victims as part of a personal, business, or religious agenda which is illegal and unconstitutional. But, what more can you expect from a Jewish man who embraces the politics of ethnic cleansing and holocaust.
It is a shame and fundamentally wrong that innocent people are often caught in the shuffle when a necessary correction is made to services that have been abused and exploited. Never-the-less, the system of human trafficking that is rooted in Huntsville City Schools and facilitated by child molestation and torture, has been largely dependent on various psychiatric and social services, many provided on the state level, to absorb the collateral damage when individuals resist and refuse to cooperate with the heinous methods of organized crime, and as related to human trafficking, racketeering and (neo-nazi style) methods of extermination.
I don’t mean to suggest that it’s an uncomplicated equation. Even still, individual situations can be evaluated and then building materials, propane, carbon monoxide detectors, solar panels, and maybe even electric and water hook-ups, can be provided resulting in a more responsible “due diligence” when the well-being of the individual is placed ahead of political agendas and arbitrary regulation that has no legal validity in context anyway.
The impending move of the Downtown Rescue Mission has sparked a mean spirited and hate filled public debate. Some people apparently believe that some other people are less than human and must be relegated to an official caste without basic human rights, less dignity that a dirty wet dog, and nothing more nutritional to eat than “scooby snacks.”