Sunday, November 23, 2008

Homeless Shelters: Crime Magnets


City officials have ordered 22 New York churches to stop providing beds to homeless people.

With temperatures well below freezing early Saturday, the churches must obey a city rule requiring faith-based shelters to be open at least five days a week -- or not at all.

Arnold Cohen, president of the Partnership for the Homeless, a nonprofit that serves as a link with the city, said he had to tell the churches they no longer qualify.

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Sociopaths use protecting the helpless as a justification for their moral rectitude, which makes others ignore their secretive manipulations.

When you see people concerned about the homeless -- a group not only incapable of helping itself, but incapable of receiving social aid without causing problems -- remember that they're doing it for themselves, not the homeless. The homeless are a means to an end.

And what happens near homeless shelters? Throw together the insane, the criminal, the pedophile, the irresponsible, with massive alcoholism and drug abuse, and you have a small standing crime wave. Good people are penalized for not being bad, and bad people are concentrated and empowered to destroy.

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At 6:16 PM , Blogger Wandering American said...

You're right on the money when you say that homeless shelters and rescue missions are magnets for crime and trouble. Some of the basest individuals in the world inhabit these places. It's not just the "clients" that need shelter that are bad, the people on "staff" are some of the most crooked, perverted, drug and alcohol abusers anywhere and they use there positions of authority within the shelters to abuse people that may need to use the facilities. Honest people or those that can't defend themselves would rather sleep outside than enter the shelters. It's safer.

 
At 3:51 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I suppose having these people stroll all around the city at any time of the day might make some people feel safer but most would like to have the homeless placed into shelters in select parts of the city to limit the “crime-wave” to a small location.

 

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