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Friday, 29 December 2017


Shocking scale of Los Angeles’ homeless problem revealed in Christmas dashcam footage showing ‘tent city’ where 20,000 people live on the street. Video showing the tremendous scale of the homeless problem in downtown Los Angeles where 20,000 people live on the streets in tents and cars ["L.A. Times" states 36000, or 54,000 - see below..ed.]. How years of uninterrupted Democrat rule has turned US inner cities into the stuff of dystopian nightmares.

Human Cattle. The inevitable outcome of Globalism. Utterly dependent on the Corporatist puppet governor and his underlings. All according to plan. I’m not sure who should disgust me most. Jerry Brown and his underlings, or the spineless nobodies who refuse to depose them. At least 5,000 of these homeless are able-bodied. Just walk into City Hall and take back control. This nightmare isn’t going to stop until you take back control of your life. I know it sounds angsty, but in the case of California, it’s that simple. Your leaders have been compromised by foreign powers and must be removed from office and put on trial.
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The LA City Council are all paid an annual salary of at least $180,000. That is the highest paid legislative body in the nation. They’re paid more than federal legislators, yet they still have these shanty towns and everywhere and crime everywhere. The politicians in LA traded votes for benefits, and only seem to really care about protecting the illegal aliens who vote for them, rather than do anything close to approaching their job; which is look out for their actual citizens. The whole thing is disgusting, and pretty much everyone involved is guilty. This is the face of leftism no. This is what leftist governing looks like. Every shatty, high crime area in the country is ran by democrats, and has been for decades.

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Homeless in L.A.

 Federal officials say there are 36,000 homeless people in Los Angeles, but local agencies peg the number at 54,000.
In both the city and county of Los Angeles, the homeless population has jumped 12% in the last two years.
The number of tents, makeshift encampments and vehicles occupied by homeless people soared 85%, to 9,535, according to biennial figures from the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.
Countywide, more than 44,000 homeless people were tallied in January, up from more than 39,000 in 2013, the report said. Well over half -- nearly 26,000 -- were in the city of Los Angeles.
  • L.A. finally passes a unified plan to help the homeless – now the hard part begins

    L.A. finally passes a unified plan to help the homeless – now the hard part begins

    On Tuesday, both the county and the city of Los Angeles approved far-reaching and ambitious plans to help homeless people off the streets through a combination of housing, rental subsidies, case management and expanded counseling, therapy and other services. This is not the first time the county...
  • Super Bowl: Feeding the homeless with leftovers from gala parties

    Super Bowl: Feeding the homeless with leftovers from gala parties

    The luncheon was held just south of downtown, with about 100 in attendance. Compared with other galas in this, the host city for Super Bowl 50, the affair was modest, low-key. None of the celebrities serving as attractions to the corporate mega-parties showed up: No Joe Montana. No Iggy Azalea....
  • Counting the homeless on the streets of East L.A.

    Counting the homeless on the streets of East L.A.

    As Claudia Chaparro drives her car toward the census tract in East L.A. where we will begin counting homeless people, her sister, Victoria Covarubbias, points to a man sitting on a sidewalk. “Do people on our way count?” she asks. They don’t. The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, which organizes...
  • Combing the streets with L.A.'s homeless counters

    Combing the streets with L.A.'s homeless counters

    The walk began shortly after 9 p.m. at the busy Starbucks in East Los Angeles. Omar Romero, 32, and his 18-year-old brother, Benjamin, crossed 3rd Street and walked the length of a Pomona Freeway onramp peering into the night for any signs of homeless camps. By the light of passing cars below, Benjamin...
  • How do you know who's homeless?

    How do you know who's homeless?

    First rule of going out on the homeless count: come back. Being dispatched from a deployment center as a counter for the 2016 Los Angeles County homeless count is a little like scuba diving off a boat. If you don’t return and check in, people get worried and go looking for you. On the first night...

    source:  http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-homeless-story-gallery-storygallery.html