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Old 21-01-2019, 08:02 AM   #1
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Unhappy Tents - People encouraged not to help homeless stay dry

People should not be left on the streets living on cardboard begging for coins not in the UK not anywhere, when will this end.
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Well-meaning people could be putting the homeless at risk by donating tents, a Cardiff shelter chief has said. Richard Edwards, chief executive of the Huggard Centre in Butetown, issued the warning as tents continue to be erected on the city's busiest shopping streets. He said those with tents were less likely to accept professional help and more vulnerable to exploitation. We find it very sad that nobody can seem to do anything for them and they have come to this," one woman shopping on Queen Street said.

"I'm glad they are under cover and nobody has moved them on, but it is just awful to see people actually living like this, I'm from Africa. You don't see that in Africa. It shouldn't be happening here, it's disgusting.

Should homeless people be given tents?
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Old 21-01-2019, 11:02 AM   #2
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Old 22-01-2019, 04:29 AM   #3
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There are cities in the US now where you will get a ticket and have to go to court if you get caught giving food to a homeless person. This is the Left's new Utopia in action.

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Old 22-01-2019, 09:38 AM   #4
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The last thing those in power want is humans helping other humans get by in life, as that defies the divide and conquer design in place. They need you to see those suffering and sleeping on the floors, eating out of bins as subhuman, and this alone stands as their warning that this could be you if you do not follow the financial rules they put in place.

Helping one another and breaking through the social barriers is the greatest threat to these monstrosities that call themselves politicians. The people have been writing about homelessness for countless years demanding something be done and those that claim to represent the people do nothing but offer fake timelines in which the problems will be addressed.

Politicians may have it easy now but they are pawns in a much grander game and they will be cast a side once the grand masters head towards checkmate.
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Old 22-01-2019, 09:46 AM   #5
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The people can give the homeless anything they want, the government can fuck right off.

I would jail all the drug dealers, and then there will be less homeless people on the streets. That would be a good place to start.
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Old 22-01-2019, 05:10 PM   #6
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Surely these should be the people we are helping first, not the people rocking up on the boats?

When I worked in Cardiff for a long spell back in 2006 there were loads of homeless people then. They weren't in tents though.

Time for the government to get it's finger out and help people and not humiliate them.

These charities are only there to make money IMO.
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Old 22-01-2019, 06:19 PM   #7
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People should not be left on the streets living on cardboard begging for coins not in the UK not anywhere, when will this end.
When people stop being robots and doing as they are told!!!

Yes its quite sad........
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Old 22-01-2019, 08:45 PM   #8
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what will happen when people sleeping in street tents will be more than those living in the buildings around ? because it will end up like this very soon...
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Old 22-01-2019, 09:56 PM   #9
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There are cities in the US now where you will get a ticket and have to go to court if you get caught giving food to a homeless person. This is the Left's new Utopia in action.

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Wow ,, I know when David has visited the US he has said how the whole atmosphere and mood has changed so much recently ,, but there are no words to describe this system of cruelty ,,

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The last thing those in power want is humans helping other humans get by in life, as that defies the divide and conquer design in place. They need you to see those suffering and sleeping on the floors, eating out of bins as subhuman, and this alone stands as their warning that this could be you if you do not follow the financial rules they put in place.

Helping one another and breaking through the social barriers is the greatest threat to these monstrosities that call themselves politicians. The people have been writing about homelessness for countless years demanding something be done and those that claim to represent the people do nothing but offer fake timelines in which the problems will be addressed.

Politicians may have it easy now but they are pawns in a much grander game and they will be cast a side once the grand masters head towards checkmate.
It's all about money ,,, $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ The rich get richer by exploiting the whole WORKING human race ,, when people can no longer work they become/are considered 'useless eaters' ,,

And Political leaders rule because they are RICH $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ ,, And powerful ,, and by creating and abusing the LAW/S ,,

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The people can give the homeless anything they want, the government can fuck right off.

I would jail all the drug dealers, and then there will be less homeless people on the streets. That would be a good place to start.
I agree ,, and I would also jail all the corrupt politicians that brought in the cuts to the benefits system that made and are making all those thousands of people homeless and suicidal ,,

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what will happen when people sleeping in street tents will be more than those living in the buildings around ? because it will end up like this very soon...
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Yeh ,,,,,,, Made me think of The Hunger Games movies. The rich in big luxurious cities ,, and the poor outside in poverty tent cities fighting for food ,,
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Old 23-01-2019, 02:45 AM   #10
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There are cities in the US now where you will get a ticket and have to go to court if you get caught giving food to a homeless person. This is the Left's new Utopia in action.

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But if you have received the mark (sell out), you get the extra hours, the benefits, and the extra stuffs. They never have to worry about getting written up over nothing, or cheated out of pay/hours. Some companies almost exclusively do this already at least with ONLY giving out full time with benefits to sell outs, and people don't even know. Obviously, it was an almost ancient prediction, that if not stopped, would consume all places of work.

So, who would be the homeless then??

Obviously that plan would take time, but it was clearly part of the general agenda there, and the fact the top companies are already doing it. hmmmmmm
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Old 23-01-2019, 06:26 PM   #11
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There are cities in the US now where you will get a ticket and have to go to court if you get caught giving food to a homeless person. This is the Left's new Utopia in action.

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Back in the 80s, I was working as a law clerk for a San Francisco attorney. One day, he and I went to the City jail where some Food Not Bombs activists had been taken. They had been arrested in Golden Gate Park for handing out food and other "crimes." After getting them bailed, I went to see what they were all about and report back to my employer.

One of the problems the City had was that FNB would take perfectly good food that had been thrown out and would turn it into something eatable. Because they recovered the food from dumpsters at the back of grocery stores, they were charged with larceny and trespass.

We (and other law firms) got most of the charges dismissed but some stuck. Benefits, to drum up money for fees and suchlike, were held all over the City by artists, musicians, and club owners. By and large, FNB were inoffensive, kind-hearted, and articulate young people who made a difference. They never espoused any particular political opinions and just wanted to help. One of them knitted me a lovely scarf made from recycled wool, and I still have it to this day.
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There are cities in the US now where you will get a ticket and have to go to court if you get caught giving food to a homeless person. This is the Left's new Utopia in action.

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Happens here too. I know a guy who almost got done by the plod for throwing packets of sandwiches over a wall of an empty building where homeless people were sheltering a couple of years ago.
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Old 24-01-2019, 02:38 AM   #13
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what will happen when people sleeping in street tents will be more than those living in the buildings around ? because it will end up like this very soon...
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Well not in Britain I can tell you that because parks and land is all "owned" so they get moved on when discovered.
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Old 24-01-2019, 02:44 AM   #14
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Back in the 80s, I was working as a law clerk for a San Francisco attorney. One day, he and I went to the City jail where some Food Not Bombs activists had been taken. They had been arrested in Golden Gate Park for handing out food and other "crimes." After getting them bailed, I went to see what they were all about and report back to my employer.

One of the problems the City had was that FNB would take perfectly good food that had been thrown out and would turn it into something eatable. Because they recovered the food from dumpsters at the back of grocery stores, they were charged with larceny and trespass.

We (and other law firms) got most of the charges dismissed but some stuck. Benefits, to drum up money for fees and suchlike, were held all over the City by artists, musicians, and club owners. By and large, FNB were inoffensive, kind-hearted, and articulate young people who made a difference. They never espoused any particular political opinions and just wanted to help. One of them knitted me a lovely scarf made from recycled wool, and I still have it to this day.
There's a FNB group in my local town who go and cook ( vegan meals) and feed folks for free every week. I agree- they are good kind folk. One of the local independent food shops gives them food to cook. I plan to go and cook with them sometime.

That's awful and despicable that FNB people got arrested in San Francisco for giving people food!!

That just shows you how evil the ptb are when it is deemed a "crime" to give people food which is a necessity.

The real crime is throwing edible food in bins in the first place.
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I was in Manchester Piccadilly yesterday and saw a number of poor unfortunates not lucky enough to own a tent all wrapped up in their sleeping bags and eiderdowns of flourishing pauperism. Bring on the tent towns and lets show the public what a failed government policy look like.
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"A Cardiff council spokesperson said: "We are concerned that the rise in the number of tents is having a direct impact on the numbers of rough sleepers who are deciding against taking up offers of support to come off the streets to get the specialist help they need to turn their lives around."

So they want us to believe that the homeless are refusing a warm home & guidance to turn their lives around because of tents?. Thank you for that magnificent intellectual insight mr spokesperson. I will continue to not bat an eyelid on the continuation of homelessness just like the millions and millions of soulless tax payers.

I don't know what makes me more sick - the gov manipulating the masses or the masses being in complete ignorance.
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Old 24-01-2019, 03:36 PM   #18
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Offers of support? That doesn't sound like an offer of housing to me.

They will probably ask them to go and live with a friend or relative whilst giving what houses they have to people not from the UK.

Remember things like this if and when there is another general election. These people that are in power at the moment don't give a shit.
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Old 24-01-2019, 05:47 PM   #19
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It's not as if living in a tent in this weather is a luxury, plus they're very flammable. There used to be a place called "Tent City" in London it wasn't for the "homeless" specifically, it was for anyone and I think you had to pay to stay there, all gone now, everyone accounted for!
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there is a curse on the mankind called 'economic growth', derived straight from the Malthusian delirium then 'enhanced' as in 'worsened' by such other fraudulent charlatans...

look at what they dare to wave at your face on the five page article dedicated to that scourge : a millennium of 'economic growth'... isn't this to die by laughter ?



it's war and madness started in the early 19th century and that will lead to chaos if the mankind doesn't switch back to a better self...
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