Anonymous – Homeless people in the United States deported to camps

Published on May 22, 2014 by Anonymous Official

It begins with the homeless. Then another group, then another, Until, well, just remember Germany. It isn’t pretty!

According to MSN, the Columbia City Council unanimously approved the plan, creating special police patrols, that would enforce “quality of life” laws, involving loitering, public urination, and other crimes not necessarily restricted to the homeless population.

Those officers would then offer the homeless a choice:
Go to jail for their homelessness or be shuffled to a 240-bed, 24-hour shelter on the outskirts of town, which they wouldn’t be allowed to easily leave.
According to the Activist Post, the Columbia South Carolina plan is already complete with an urgent Emergency Homeless Response report. And that report includes information about hauling the homeless away in transport vans to an already stationed shelter with workers, phone number for townspeople to report “the person in need,” an officer stationed to control foot traffic, public feeding moved there, more foot patrol officers for the city to keep out the homeless. Oh, and the homeless can’t walk off the premises!

If they want to leave, they must get permission, set up an appointment and be shuttled by a transport van. A patrolman will guard the road leading in to make sure homeless don’t wander off downtown.

Ex-prisoners will be shuttled there unless someone picks them up from the county jail. No foot traffic allowed, only shuttle van arrival. The plan is a city plan and not a federal government plan.

But this is not the only area making it a crime for being homeless. It turns out that since 2011, the city of Boston is moving its homeless out of the city into what they call “Home Base”, near Salem, away from the city. People in Southern California, were getting concerned from homeless disappearing off the streets.

Most of the homeless in places like Sacramento, are taken and driven out of town in tent cities of their own. They have made it a crime to be homeless, and round them up and move them there. They are guarded, and people have hotlines to call if they spot a homeless person. They ship them out and place them in these camps. They are not permitted to leave, and they are not permitted to wander the streets of the bigger cities without a permit. If that is not a determent camp, I don’t know what is.

They are moving to make it a crime to be homeless in Miami as well. Where are they putting the people from these “round ups”?

This is almost like the 19 40’s rounding up of the undesirables, happening right before our very eyes. The only thing different is, that this is the United States, and not Germany.

Now we have the cutting of EBT, and Food Banks by 5 Billion. Unemployment continuing to sky rocket, and over 3.5 million homeless with the numbers growing daily. We have 18.5 million vacant homes, and homes in Detroit, that are being sold for a dollar, but we can’t find places to house people other then FEMA camps? I think we all know what happens from here, if we continue to let it.

When the people of bigger cities wake up to find that all the homeless have disappeared over night, you actually know where they are. The question is, are you next?

In closing, I want to remind you all that there are 3.5 million homeless in the US, and 18.5 million vacant homes. So, can anyone tell me why do we keep voting, if politicians can never fix any of the real problems of our society? This system is corrupt and obsolete, and it has to go!

7 thoughts on “Anonymous – Homeless people in the United States deported to camps

  1. We are a little better were I live. We do let them sleep under the old bridge at night. They have there own police officer there with a small substation. Some light and cams. For there safety. He gets along well with them. A place to put a small amount of things. It does have a public toilet, and free tap water. They can sleep there if they want. So can I. Public area. They are allowed o panhandle but can not touch you or you them. They can sell from a chest case for money some small things or handy crafts, They do pick up all recicle trash from the streets to sell. Bottles, cans, paper, old shoes, and such. This does lead to some littering. As people will drink a bottle of something and set the bottle on the curb and such. Or a can. They are a mixed bunch. I have met some college graduates there. Away from home, small town, and in the city job hunting on the cheap.

  2. And once they’re in the camps, they’ll be expensive to feed, so you can bet they’ll start dying off real quick of unnatural causes.

    Our “government” never hesitates a minute before deciding to kill off more Americans, so you can bet that the homeless will be systematically eliminated once these laws are passed, just as you’re being systematically bankrupted so you’ll join their ranks.

    The dreamers need your house, and they have no claim to the Bill of Rights or this nation’s resource wealth, so you’re being pushed out of the picture, and the wetbacks are here to replace you.

    You’re either going to fight it, or die for not fighting it.

  3. there was a recent story out of butte co where a 19 year old was found dead presumably drowned as there was no indication of foul play. story goes he was able to call a friend saying he was lost describing the location which later turned out to be where he must have accidently fell in.
    I have a tendency to read all comments. person after person offered their condolences and such until I found that one nugget of truth I was looking for. someone stated that an epidemic of people were disappearing under odd circumstances where some would be found dead with no indication of foul play.
    this young mans parents were deceased which got me wondering who took care of him while growing up being he was only 19. how did his parents die. was he in the system and so forth. my first thought was, was he sexually abused and possibly a loose end. was he drugged and woke up to find himself lost. was he being hunted and unaware.
    now back to the story above. our city now has a no sit or lie policy where seeing homeless people on the street is becoming less and less so if any actually go missing no ones going to notice.

  4. I live in South Texas and can attest to a major disappearance of homeless peoples. Living near Austin , you see fewer and fewer. Like in war where its meant for adversaries to challenge each other face to face, and fight the war the same. We are meant to have homeless people in full view of even the most casual of pedestrians. It is our conscience,our inner voice that makes us help or stand in judgement. Remove that and what do we have ? . Like war and the ability to kill enemies real or imagined without having to weigh and measure their worth . Abilities like drones and rail guns etc…

  5. This man has no love for humanity but rather a deep seeded hate for so many on this planet. I am reminded that during the 2nd world war his father took him around to the many properties he owned and kicked out the Jews. This man is bad for humanity. He might just be the devil and not just his disciple.

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