Is it a Crime to Be Poor and Homeless or Feed the Hungry in the USA?

A Crime in U.S. to be Poor and Hungry
A Crime in U.S. to be Poor and Hungry

Rose Colombo (c) 8/31/2013
God helps those who help themselves and the only people who appear to be helping themselves in the USA are public servants who are punishing the poor, homeless, and the hungry while they exempt themselves from the law and hold themselves above the law and vote themselves excessive taxpayer funded wages without creating jobs for Americans!

Under the Clinton regime, especially in California and New York City, the police were already arresting the homeless, and the poor for being poor. They were confiscating their treasures. They were making it a crime to feed hungry human beings, but they’ll throw you in jail if you starve a dog!  Isn’t there some thing morally and ethically wrong with a nation of taxpayer funded public servants who jail the poor and deny food to the hungry and force taxpayers to pay to have babies killed with abortion scissors?

Get ready! Guess who will be coming to dinner in the jails soon?  It appears that the majority of Americans could be rounded up and hauled off to jail including women and children if you lose your homes after Obamacare kicks in and your work hours are cut by 50% or the evil globalists collapse the economy!

Americans aren’t asking how Obama and his family and Congress, U.S. Justices, bundlers, donors, SEIU, Muslims, Illegals, and staffers can be exempted from federal laws that weren’t read but approved and hold themselves above the unconstitutional and unread laws which they are mandating for everyone else which is discriminatory!

How is it that unread laws can be legal on U.S. soil or how can unconstitutional laws be enforced?

How is it legal or moral to arrest the poor and the homeless on U.S. soil or how is it ethical or moral to deny food to the hungry?

Shame on every taxpayer funded public servant who is destroying the very fabric of our nation and moral and ethical fiber of humanity.

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5 thoughts on “Is it a Crime to Be Poor and Homeless or Feed the Hungry in the USA?

  1. While the middle class continues to shrink and those in poverty rise at alarming rates. From the US Census Bureau, 2010,
    “In 2010, 46.9 million people were in poverty, up from 37.3 million in 2007 — the fourth consecutive annual increase in the number of people in poverty . This is the largest number in the 52 years for which poverty rates have been published (DeNavas-Walt 2011, p. 14).
    The 2010 poverty rate was 15.1 percent, up from 12.5 percent in 1997. This is the highest poverty rate since 1993, but 7.3 percentage points lower than the poverty rate in 1959, the first year for poverty estimates. (DeNavas-Walt 2011, p. 14).
    The 2010 poverty rate for Hispanics was 26.6 percent, for Blacks 27.4 percent.
    In 2010, the poverty rate increased for children under age 18 from 20.7 percent to 22.0 percent. (DeNavas-Walt 2010 p. 14).
    20.5 million Americans live in extreme poverty. This means their family’s cash income is less than half of the poverty line, or about $10,000 a year for a family of four (DeNavas-Walt 2011, p. 19).
    49.9 million people or 16.3 percent of the American people, do not have medical insurance (DeNavas-Walt 2011, p. 23)”.

    And, the fallout of institutionalization should be alarming, as well. The seriously mentally ill who relied on community mental health safety nets are among those without homes or able to seek treatment. The National Coalition for the Homeless in 2007 cited that 37% of US children live in poverty! The conclusion of their study: CONCLUSION

    Homelessness results from a complex set of circumstances that require people to choose between food, shelter, and other basic needs. Only a concerted effort to ensure jobs that pay a living wage, adequate support for those who cannot work, affordable housing, and access to health care will bring an end to homelessness.

    Now, if we turn to the alarming trend of privatization of prisons, it looks like the rich have a new source of income since the outsourced jobs have contributed to job losses in the U.S. And, the majority of those incarcerated have lived in poverty, suffer a mental illness and have poor education and or job skills (and cannot afford justice, either).

    Thank you for your post, Rose; it struck a nerve! It is said that a civilization is only as good as how it takes care of those in need, the weakest. What does it say about the state of morality of the U.S.??


  2. Rose, I lived in Greece all summer in a village on the coast, 8 KM from the city of Corinth. There is a military base there that houses an internment camp that the police in Athens are sending the homeless to. In Greece, the government (Germany, basically as Greece has become literally a German vassal state) has raised property taxes so high that regular working middle class people are losing their homes and properties that have been in the family for decades and in some cases centuries. It is a massive land grab by the elites. Those that are left jobless by the over 50% unemployment, and homeless by the exorbitant land taxation are as we speak being rounded up and sent to these camps, some never to be seen again by other family members and etc. (I know of some families who can’t find some of their relatives) It is exactly like what happened in Europe to the Jews and believers in WWII who would not go along with the tenants of Nazism. The plan is to do that here in the US as I see that Greece is the test market for these sorts of ideas and technologies. Its almost as if the Elites feel that if they can get by with it there, then they possibly and implement the stuff in other places and get by with it. I have heard that it a law to put the homeless in internment camps has already passed in S. Carolina I believe, but not sure if they have been able to implement it yet. We need to pray. The Elites serve Satan and we serve the Lord Jesus Christ. He has already won the war and we are putting our foot down and declaring that they will not get by with this shit in our country. That it will fall to the ground just as I predict the Obamacare enslavement system will be thrown out as well and in the not to distant future! JESUS IS LORD!


    1. Thank you so much for this invaluable information, Christine.I shall not use your name but will pass this information on to Americans with God’s help! God Bless You and May God help us win this battle against evil.


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