Holycrapola , San Francisco Full of Poop and Needles

What was once a beautiful city has become a cesspool...

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-1 1. Natan_el_Tigre commented 4 years ago

It should be illegal for "mainstream media" to misrepresent mere symptoms as the problem. But this would require "we the people" to reach critical mass, bootstrap ourselves out of "Plato's Cave", and become the change. For example, the "healthcare (*cough* dis-ease management *cough*) system" isn't broken because of a lack of funds or pillaging; these are merely the symptoms of the problem: unhealthy people. :(

Here is a taste of enlightenment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhK-6jSN3x8 (i)
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-1 2. ringmaster commented 4 years ago

Those millions of dollars spent on cleaning the streets, should have been spent on social issues a long time ago. Then perhaps we could have diminished the environment issues.
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+1 3. Dennis53 commented 4 years ago

LOL!!! Where liberalism meets reality. By the way, Natan el tigre and ringmaster are also symptoms of everything that is wrong. It should be illegal to show a 'symptom' on TV? Get help, Tigre.
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+2 4. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

They definitely will be losing tourists, they just lost one here.
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0 5. fjwjr commented 4 years ago

#2 They were. They spent the money on free needle programs and crap like that.......
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0 6. oleHashow commented 4 years ago

#1 nice one i almost didnt like but towards the end they get to big picture.
addiction to money :)
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0 7. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

The point here is, years ago you'd "move" these people along, not let them collect in large numbers because an area, a city, can only absorb so much of this type of activity before it becomes very dangerous for all of us. Our politicians have become weak and/or we've elected folks with this ideology that thinks this is OK.

We have laws against "camping" in public for a reason, and this video illustrates that reason.

California is unique in that our politicians tolerate this, so we've become a magnet now for these folks and the industries that take advantage of them. We have 12% of the nation's population but 35% of the welfare cases and 22% of the nation's homeless. If that doesn't tell the story....

Our nuts in charge also are purging the prison population and we are also a sanctuary state, two more reasons the homeless population continues to increase.

We have no water, no fuel, but our dim witted governor wants to spend $100 billion on a choo choo train that no one will ride.

Please help us Trump!
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+3 8. AmazingNixxo commented 4 years ago

AHHHHHHHHH, the smell of multiculturalism! :x
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-3 9. oleHashow commented 4 years ago

#7 The point here is, years ago you'd "move" these people along,
Signed into law in 1830 by President Andrew Jackson, the Indian Removal Act provided for the general resettlement of Native Americans from east of the Mississippi River to lands west (Indian Territory)
Did i went to far back ?
Just admit it, all you care is money.
nein nein nein!! people have to work to have house and pay taxes! otherwise concentration camp. hitler emoji
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0 10. sockcooker commented 4 years ago

Needles are a separate issue, but if people aren't provided with homes or public toilets, where else are they supposed to take a dump?
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0 11. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

#9 LOL. That was then, this is now. Let's not throw out the straw man arguments.

Most of these people are vagrants by choice, not "homeless". A small percentage need help (I don't mind paying some of my taxes for those in need), most need to be moved along. Locally there was a HUGE tent city, the county finally acted to move them along, less than 20% took the offered help. The problem is simple when there's a handful, move along. It becomes a real problem when you let it get out of hand.

vagrant: noun: a person without a settled home or regular work who wanders from place to place and lives by begging.
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+1 12. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#3 Don't be so quick in your judgement because you misread!
#1 never said that " it should be illegal to show the symptoms.."
He meant that "the media misinterprets the symptoms when the problems lie deeper, the symptoms are just a manifestation of the problem" and #1 is right!