Ending Homelessness Reduces Crime and Saves Money

 

Nothing demonstrates how far a First World civilisation has fallen than having a severe homelessness problem.

The greed for cheap workers together with the desire to globalise and destroy nations, regarded as being too White, with mass immigration have together resulted in a problem that cannot easily be fixed.

If we Creators had our way the problem could be fixed through deportation of various groups of immigrants, refusing them employment, and ensuring that our socialist state takes care of our White population.

We would regard housing as a right for all of our racial kinsfolk. The healthy culture we Creators would nurture would mean a sound mind, in a sound body, in a sound society, in a sound environment. This would also solve the mental illness issues surrounding much homelessness.

An article in the Independent shows that there are likely tens of thousands of homeless people in Britain and of course the problem is similar throughout the “western world”.

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In many countries today there is a mismatch between the level of comfort in prisons and the danger and discomfort of life on the street. The fact that people are looking to commit crimes deliberately to get a roof over their head and some food or medical treatment in prison speaks volumes.

The Guardian claims a fifth of homeless people have committed a crime simply to get off the streets.

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The BBC recently aired a documentary on how there is an elderly crime wave in Japan as well, for the very same reasons.

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Even without the best solution, that of a nation embracing Creativity, the present disastrous set-up would be improved by attempts to house the homeless. While doing so would be expensive it would be less expensive than the “broken window effect” of having desperate people on the street. This is a psychological effect in which an area visibly running down and being vandalised encourages more of the same to happen. A broken window left damaged in a street leads to more broken windows.

Crime committed by the homeless to support themselves, or to deliberately go to prison would be cut, as would crimes against the homeless.

With a home, a person can think about earning a living and believing in a chance to create a better life rather than hopelessness and resentfulness.

Keeping one person in prison costs about twice what the mean income is for an individual in a job. It is unsustainable to fill prisons with people who are treated as a surplus. People should be valued for their humanity rather than as a tool to be used by capitalists for their own personal profit at the expense of society.

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In other news, a monument to Bomber Command has had paint thrown on it, by someone who is rightly disgusted with the cruel bloodshed when Dresden and other German cities full of innocents were bombed into oblivion. February 13th marks the anniversary of the true holocaust inferno inflicted on Dresden.

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A Vatican chief, Father Hermann Geissler, has resigned from his post employed by the church handling sex abuse cases committed by Catholic priests. Can you guess why? No prizes for a correct answer!

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Christianity has a perverse outlook on “sin” and statistics have shown they commit these disgusting acts far more than those who do not believe in God.

We Creators take responsibility for our own actions. We aim to be the best we can be, and we do so to help the generations of White people to come, not for a seat next to a jealous god.

~Rev. Jane