Yup ... very compassionate indeed!
Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg at ZeroHedge:
The “war on compassion” when it comes to the homeless in America has been one of Liberty Blitzkrieg’s key themes this year. There are many reasons why I find this topic to be of such tremendous importance. First and foremost, I think that if we want to see how the state and crony corporate status quo will treat everyone in the future, all you have to do is look at how the homeless are being “dealt with.” Secondly, random groups feeding the homeless in various venues is a great example of decentralized compassion. Political power hates decentralization and is quite intentionally trying to corral the homeless into the centralized bureaucratic channels over which it has total control. So this isn’t merely a humanitarian issue, it is also a front line battle in the key war of our time: Decentralization vs. Centralization.
As I mentioned, this has been a key topic on this site in 2014. Before reading on, I suggest checking out some of my recent posts on it:
Couple Fined $746 for the Crime of Feeding Homeless People in Florida Park
The Homeless in NYC Are Now Living in Tiny Spaces in the Frame of the Manhattan Bridge
Illinois Church Told by City Officials It Can No Longer Provide Homeless People Shelter
South Carolina City Implements Law that Requires a $120 Permit to Feed Homeless PeopleMoving along to the meat of this post, the National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH) is about to release a report that details how 33 cities in America have either banned or are considering banning feeding homeless people. It’s so bad, that the UN singled out the U.S. in a report on human rights for our nation’s criminalization of the homeless. Where’s George Clooney and.....