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|Homeless Disappearing by thousands|
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|yass||Feb 10 2009, 12:56 PM Post #1|
... more than 1,000 others have disappeared from its welfare rolls –
and the Department of Human Services, which administers the program, has no idea where they've gone.
Skid Row is missing 705 homeless people, according to a recent head count by the Los Angeles Police Department
Central Division Officers found that the number of homeless people dropped from 1,876 on Sept. 18 to 1,171 six weeks later.
Last Wednesday, there was a noticeable change on Skid Row. On a warm afternoon, the number of homeless encampments and people walking the street appeared to have declined.
In sacramento a few months ago, Union Pacific went and got a court order to throw out the homeless on their property, but when they showed up to throw 'em out, they were already gone....Funny thing is (well, not funny, but weird), is that they LEFT ALL THEIR STUFF. Now, a normal, uninformed person would say, "hey, they were in a hurry, and just left their stuff in the excitement." Well, have you ever met a homeless person? THEY NEVER LEAVE THEIR STUFF. ANYWHERE. Their "stuff" (shopping carts filled with garbage, their tents, their blankets) is THEIR LIFE. That's like us abandoning our children or something.
"And you'd think that, with such a huge influx of people and wealth, panhandlers would be all over the place trying to get as much money from the delegates, press, staff, and politicians as they possibly could. But they aren't there. They're not
just invisible, they're actually gone."
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Estella Lopez's letter states that "instead of an average 2,100 calls a month involving sick or mentally ill people, last month we [the Central City East Assn.] received 729." Where did all the sick and mentally ill people go? Did they go to jail? Did they get dispersed to other parts of the city and county?
December 04, 2007
Tacoma's panhandling ban: Where did they all go?
"It's extremely dramatic," Landenburg says with some surprise at her law's rapid success. "One day we'd see a lot of people on the street corners, and then next day they were gone. It appears that it was almost overnight."
Indeed, I didn't see any panhandlers during a full day spent walking and driving around the city. Not one.
Dec 5, 2008
What happened to all the homeless folk that used to populate the leeward beaches on Oahu?
Did the Satellite images get doctored so that we can't see the homeless tent cities any more?
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
What the heck happened at Pigeon Park?
Can't believe how empty the City's most neglected park has been these days. Pigeon Park, which sits at the corner of Carrall and Hastings has always been the runt of the Parks Board litter. Despite that, the park is consistently full of people. Folks sitting, talking, and of course (this is the DTES), using on occasion.
But not anymore. The park is completely empty.
Like empty empty. Nobody. And it's been this way for weeks now.
Friday, 20 August 2004
Where did all the homeless people go?
The scores of homeless people huddled in boxes at the centre of one of the world's richest cities was an iconic image of Thatcherism. But how many people know that under the current government, the number of rough sleepers has been slashed by two thirds?
(though this isn't exactly the same, found it and gonna share it)
Nowadays, a few homeless kids still show up in the parks and underpasses in the city centre, but they quickly disappear and you seldom see them twice. Now the mystery is: Where did they go?
Needless to say, the homeless children, beggars, and other vagrants had long since been swept from the streets.
Smoky trucks and the homeless disappearing, some said not true. In Denver 500-700 homeless population disappeared overnight. Didn't care about 5000 disappearing from Louisiana. Sinister wicked people to kill homeless and incinerate in smoky trucks. He can't even make this stuff up. For sake of saving lives, sit up and take notice. As long as knock on door at night isn't on your door, you will wonder when does knock come on your door. We've got to say, things coming apart FAST.
Thousands of homeless gone and no one knows or cares.
Mobile crematorium - black truck incinerating homeless people.
Homeless disappearing, SQ:
DEATH CAMPS in the USA run by FEMA:
Concentration Camps (DEATH CAMPS) in America:
|-Love will lead|
|Deleted User||Feb 10 2009, 03:02 PM Post #2|
Very blatant in your face abduction. Not cool. This is not including the amount of people that go missing on a daily basis in the USA.
The figures are unbelievably high and missing persons accountability lacking.
They say they are whisked away to off-world and under-world bases for slave labor and food.
|necramericanomicon||Feb 10 2009, 06:15 PM Post #3|
the nazis used "black maria" trucks to gas undesirables with the engine exhaust
so cremating them in trucks would leave even less evidence...
x0x 10-sigma local non-local phenomena double-crossed skullfoneboned division x0x|
|Deleted User||Feb 10 2009, 10:41 PM Post #4|
I read somewhere lately that we or they have torture mobiles too actually it's the chinese with their mobile organ removal vans that I'm remembering.
Anyone have more on that?
|Wiolawa||Feb 10 2009, 11:08 PM Post #5|
|YES..this should be major news.. all chanels.... from what i have read it must be WACKENHUT.. like JABBA THE HUT.. that these people would leave their few possessions.. is similar to an article in 1998 from NYTIMES.. on my web of the missing thousands from a refugee camp near ALBANIA during the K WAR.. they left everything.. in one night.. and totally disappeared.. about 40000 or more people.. it was all cordonned off.. from journalists.. REMEMBER? ah ho WIO|
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