HOMELESSNESS 2

A MAJOR WARNING FOR MEN: MARRIAGE LEADS TO HOMELESSNESS
Not exactly accurate as it is the demise of a marriage that has led to the mass homelessness of men.

We have spent many years on the streets discussing the problems of why men end up homeless. For most men it isn't alcoholism or drugs that see them struggle to cope with the horrendous task of surviving on the streets, for many the trigger was the breakdown in their relationship with either their wife or partner.

Due to the take over of family courts by freemasonic judges and lawyers, land and property theft is disguised as family law and justifies the removal of men, who had thought they previously owned their homes, but also equally for men who used to live in rented properties and so heavily weighted in favour of women the system is geared up to throw men onto the streets despite maybe paying a lifetime of mortgages in many cases into the millions . Along comes a lawyer with an A4 sheet of paper with a masonic judges signature and you find yourself very swiftly with no roof over your head.

Sadly many men find out to late to do anything about this and it is only when they are staring at a lonely road with nowhere to go that the reality kicks in that NO MAN is safe from the clutches of the thugs that have taken over, by stealth, land and property theft. The legal mafia have the total monopoly of land, business and property contracts right across the planet and were there is a monopoly you can be sure there is massive fraud on a scale so vast no one has yet calculated the exact figure as to how many properties are stolen by judges making up the law as they go along. All of this a front for the global freemason mafia that weakens men not part of their creepy satanic network while propping up their vast coffers with assets stolen from men screwed in their utter dens of iniquity.

ALL men require to understand the enormity of the threat now facing their future as there are countless stories of men stripped of all their worldly possessions and sleeping rough after they have been put through the torture of secret star chambers courts that operate via a sinister cabal of some of the most ruthless bastards on the planet. We do not underestimate the enormity of what men now face if they settle into a relationship of any kind with a female. The odds are stacked against the men who will be their next victims and who will find out the speed at which homelessness rises up and grabs them by the balls before they have had a chance to realise what has hit them.

For many men the most frightening experience outside a war they will ever encounter. The psychological methods used to break men who dare to stand up to these scumbags has seen a massive rise in suicides caused by the financial and mental pressure they use to destroy any last bastions of fight left in their victims . They are the world's ultimate parasites who have to be STOPPED.

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  • MORE FAMILY COURT NIGHTMARES HERE
  • HOMELESS YOUNG MAN ON KOREA'S GOT TALENT VIDEO
    RATIONALIZING POVERTY
    america's poor If the whole world unitedly , each man and woman had the same amount of wealth, whether that was a little or a lot there could be NO poverty. Even if each person had little in the way of assets the gauge by which you measure poverty is NOT there as NO ONE is wealthier than any other.

    Since man moved from living off the land in tribes to modern city dwelling, poverty has been created by a very few carving up the world's resources for themselves leaving the rest impoverished. Poverty can only be felt when others have substantially more than the impoverished and were lifestyles are dramatically different . It would be impossible to feel that same pain if all your fellow men lived the same existence.

    But what is happening today is not that a few people have a bit more wealth than others the disparity between the ultra wealthy and the poor is enormous and only by acquiescing to the greed of the few has this system become so intolerable the world is now sitting on a knife edge of total and utter insecurity. That is mainly due to the greed of the few whose forefathers have been behind the manufacturing of a political, legal and banking system that only feeds the greed of the few while impoverishing ever more of the planets people.

    The worlds media has also been hijacked as a major part of creating the necessary propaganda that suggests the world is broke while the jet setters carry on their privileged lifestyles on the backs of the duped goons who actually agree that starving vast amounts of the world's people is the way to rectify this outrageous situation. There is clear evidence the greedy few are absolute psychopaths who have built up enormous wealth on the lies , deceit and machinations of the world for their own self enrichment and with millions of little scumbag helpers who feed off the spoils of the filth by selling their soul to the devil. The few cannot survive without their many dimwitted goons dotted across the globe in key positions of power carrying out the agenda of the few pulling the strings of every wealth creating system on the planet . That is only to enhance the already incalculable sums now residing in vaults and hidden from the enslaved whose sweat and toil have assured the long term prosperity of the vultures and parasites who live opulent lifestyles on the back of their system of LAW, POLITICS AND BANKING.

    Without the arms of the corrupted state giving ever more power to the few in supposed democracies that manipulate voters into thinking the political goons we get to vote for are exempt from the control of the few this system will remain rewarding the mobsters who have hijacked the earth of all its assets. But that is only if we let 'em. Understanding the control mechanism and loyalty system will be the only real way of breaking the cycle of decay these inbred parasites reside over .

  • Collapse in American Living Standards, More Poverty By Any Measure
  • MORE BANKING SCAMS HERE
  • HILARIOUS HOMELESS GUY SCARING PASSERS BY VIDEO
    WESTMINSTER COUNCIL ATTACK ON THE HOMELESS AND THEIR HELPERS
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    HOMELESSNESS: INTERVIEW WITH 50 YR OLD HOMELESS VETERAN VIDEO
    HOMELESS MEN SUE OVER AMERICAN BEGGING BAN
    man begging Five homeless men are suing a city in Virginia, claiming that a new law against begging violates their right to freedom of speech under the US constitution.

    The group, which is led by an illiterate man in his 50s called Albert Clatterbuck, alleges that authorities in Charlottesville are illegally restricting an "expressive activity protected by the First Amendment". They have been banned from asking for money at the Charlottesville downtown mall, which according to city tourism literature is "one of the most beautiful and successful" shopping areas in the US. Visitors to the mall can "enjoy dining al fresco at a number of fine restaurants, shop at any of the unique boutiques or meander by flowing fountains", it says.

    A new law designed to help maintain the mall's respectable image bans "soliciting money or other things of value" within a 50-foot radius, whether verbally or via an "outstretched hand, an extended cup or hat". Mr Clatterbuck – along with Christopher Martin, Earl McCraw, John Jordan and Michael Sloan – says the city is stopping them from seeking "funds for their own wellbeing". "Each of the plaintiffs is impecunious and reliant to a certain extent on begging to sustain himself," states the lawsuit, which says it is unfair to criminalise some forms of speech while allowing others.

    The men, who are in their 30s, 40s and 50s, are seeking an injunction against the law and financial compensation. "They just want to assert their rights," said their lawyer, Jeffrey Fogel. "This is not just about homeless people, it's about what the city restricted all of us from doing in public places".

    "There has been lots of negative reaction locally," Mr Fogel told The Daily Telegraph, comparing the case to black civil rights cases of the 20th century. "People say 'these bums should get a job'. "But it's not like they don't want to. They are mentally or physically unable, and have the right to request assistance." Mr Fogel said the law was part of a broader trend of scapegoating poor people for America's economic woes. "Plenty of people born with a silver spoon in their mouth are laggards all their life," he said. A spokesman for the city of Charlottesville did not return a request for comment.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • SHARP RISE IN NUMBER OF HOMELESS IN LONDON VIDEO


  • Rise in rough sleepers as skilled workers lose jobs and homes
  • HOMELESS MAN WITH POSSESSIONS IN A SHOPPING TROLLEY TO INHERIT A FORTUNE
    max melitzer Homeless man pushing all his worldly possessions around in a shopping trolley, to inherit a fortune

    A homeless man, who was discovered pushing all his worldly possessions around in a shopping trolley, has been told he is to inherit a fortune. Down-and-out Max Melitzer was 'in shock' after private investigator David Lundberg found him pushing his shopping cart around a park in Salt Lake City and told him the good news.

    Lundberg declined to disclose how much money Melitzer will receive, but said the man's brother died of cancer last year and left him a 'significant' amount in his will. Lundberg was hired by the family's New York law firm to locate Melitzer, and some family members plan to meet Melitzer next week in Salt Lake City, the investigator said.

    Melitzer has been on the streets for years, floating between Salt Lake City and Ogden and becoming somewhat of a fixture among social service providers such as the Rescue Mission of Salt Lake City, The Deseret News reported. Melitzer's family wishes to remain private, and lawyers are deferring questions to Lundberg. 'He'd have money where he could take care of himself or hire someone to take care of him,' Lundberg said earlier. 'Apparently, he does have some emotional issues. The family just wants to make sure he's set up and he's taken care of.'

    Melitzer has been homeless for years and last had mail correspondence with his family in September. But when family members gave him a number to phone, he never called. Don Hill, house manager at the Rescue Mission of Salt Lake, told Lundberg on Friday that he had seen Melitzer near the facility two days earlier. Hill said he has known the homeless man for four years. 'During the summer, I'd imagine, once in a while he'll stay out nights — outside,' Hill told the Deseret News. 'He's always talking about staying at Ogden.' Earlier this month, a police officer found Melitzer sleeping in a car in an Ogden salvage yard.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • 'He ate his first seafood in 25 years': Homeless man off the streets after brother leaves him entire $100k estate
  • WE'RE GOING TO SHOOT FILM ABOUT LONDON HOMELESS FOR AFGHAN TV
    A group of young documentary makers from Afghanistan today told of their shock at seeing homelessness on the streets of London.

    The four travelled to the capital to screen their films on the untold side of life in their country. Their image of London was based on what they had seen on television at home ­- rich footballers, royalty and Simon Cowell. But after seeing people living on the streets, they were so moved they have decided to make a film about the issue which will be shown on Afghan TV as an untold story there.

    One of the filmmakers, Mohammed Tamim Abdullah, 22, said: "In Afghanistan, we do not think that homelessness is something you would have in the Western world. We were shocked. We thought you have no problems, everyone has cars, everyone has nice houses. We thought it would be very interesting to look at this problem and to make this film." Tamim and colleagues Massood Ziaee, 21, Airokhsh Faiz Qaisary, 20, and 17-year-old Sayed Suleiman Amanzad are in London to screen their short films at the Open City London Film Festival.

    They show unseen sides of life in Afghanistan including the struggles of a woman taking her driving test in Kabul and how another was shunned by her family and friends after being mutilated in a Taliban attack. James Blue, the executive producer of Afghan Voices, the organisation which helped them to make their films, said: "By bringing their films here, we're getting to see a side of Afghanistan we never see. And by making their film on homelessness in London, Afghans will get the chance to see a side of this country they never see."

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  • ZIONISTS RUNNING UK'S POLITICAL PARTIES ONCE AGAIN SMEAR AND MOCK THE POOR


    While Israeli zionist sympathisers tory toff David Cameron and Labour toff Ed Miliband desperately try and convince the SHEEPLE the poor are worthy of their smearing and mocking both are implicated in how their Friends of Israel and the CORRUPT Jewish national fund operate.

    They have more interest in protecting Israeli interests and WOULD NOT DARE smear and mock their jewish allies in the same way they do to the poor, disabled, weak and vulnerable in the United Kingdom. While Cameron bleats on about spending more on foreign aid does he REALLY mean helping the world's poorest children or a way to divert funds into more Israeli tyranny just like America does?


    The Labour leader should be articulating opposition to welfare reform, not bashing those on benefits

    Ed Miliband should resist this benefits cynicism

    Ed Miliband opened his speech on responsibility this week by referring to his meeting with a man in receipt of incapacity benefit who, the Labour leader was "convinced", could find work. The age of the deserving and undeserving is back, it seems, except this time blaming the poor is made alright by blaming the rich. Only in the squeezed middle are you safe from scrutiny: you are the ones who "do the right thing", "give back", "play by the rules" – and any other cliche you care to have flung at you. Miliband is likely to advise Labour MPs to vote against Wednesday's third reading of the welfare reform bill, not that you'd ever know it from the anecdote he chose to start with. Desperate to be seen to be "doing the right thing", he confirmed a prejudice about benefit claimants when he could have provided real opposition – which in his role he had a moral duty to provide. In so doing he is attempting to fight a cynical media and a cynical streak in his own party that dictates that people tend to believe the worst of others – and suggests a moral equivalence between someone on incapacity benefit who probably only by moving to a different part of the country could find a job suited to his or her level of injury, and a banker who flies around the world skimming wealth from others, as though it were cream off a bottle of gold top.

    Our society in its current condition is almost boundlessly unfair. That's why it's upper middle class Miliband who is leading the Labour party, and not a working class schoolmate from his London comprehensive (not that he would deny it). Focusing on a perception of irresponsibility among the top and bottom slices of society not only diverts attention from the facts of class, it reinforces an idea that there's a saintly middle bit comprising a "silent majority" of people who are nothing but decent. It's interesting that this saintly squeezed middle is the same middle that, in other circumstances, is called out on its own cynical tendencies, whether for hogging places at good schools, for buying to let, or for resenting rich and poor alike when their living standards have improved hugely (at the cost of longer working hours). To state this is not to say that everyone is purely out for themselves, merely that it's possible to act cynically – in ways that disadvantage other people – without regarding it as such. For instance, profiting from home ownership, whether on paper or in reality, is something most homeowners will have done in the past 15 years. The Labour government was cynical in the sense that it did too little about it; homeowners were, in the sense that they didn't complain.

    Miliband rightly focused some of his speech on social housing, but stated not that the crisis would be relieved through better provision but through making sure it went to the right people. Social housing has been rationed since the 1980s, despite there being a surplus at the end of the 1970s. Yet housing doesn't need to be rationed if enough of it is available at a price people can afford. Seeking to revive the contributory principle – where "good character" and having a decent job put you at the front of the housing queue – is itself cynical because it fails to acknowledge the difference between a society of full employment and one in which work is relatively scarce. The welfare state settlement was based on there being enough jobs to go round: there was no need to make large-scale provision for people who couldn't find work. At its outset council housing could be afforded only by those in good jobs. When more council housing was built, a process of social sifting began where those who were deemed to be "rougher" sorts were offered poorer-quality housing than were the "better" types. Frank Field, who applauded Miliband's new stance, believes the most intransigently antisocial should be sent to live in containers under motorways, out of the sight and minds of respectable people. By all means, let's talk about changing the ethic of the country. But let's change it so that it's a place where, when leading politicians enter your field of consciousness – which, for many people, is rarely – you can rely on them not to say things they think you want to hear, but what they truly believe. To take the risk of not being liked is a way of being responsible.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • Miliband and PM clash on welfare (NOT!!!!!!!!!!!)
  • CAMERON PRESSURED TO RESIGN AS PATRON OF JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
  • Labour Friends of Israel chairman David Cairns dies
  • Labour Friends of Israel vacancy
  • Jewish National Fund
  • THE POWER OF WORDS VIDEO
    TURNING THE HOMELESS INTO TRILLIONAIRES
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    WE HAVE STARTED TO HAND OUT GENUINE 100 AND 10 TRILLION DOLLAR NOTES TO THE HOMELESS ON THE STREETS. THIS MAY NOT BRING IMMEDIATE CHANGE TO THEIR CIRCUMSTANCES BUT TO SEE THEIR EYES LIGHT UP AT EFFECTIVELY BECOMING TRILLIONAIRES FOR A DAY AT LEAST MAYBE IS ENOUGH FOR THEM TO HOPE THEY CAN IMPROVE THEIR ALL. THEY CANNOT BUY ALCOHOL OR DRUGS WITH THESE NOTES SO HOPEFULLY SOME WILL HANG ONTO THEM AND MAYBE IN TIME THEIR LIFE WILL IMPROVE FOR THE BETTER. IT MAY NOT BE THE IDEAL WAY TO HELP THE HOMELESS BUT WE CAN BUT TRY TO IMPROVE THEIR LIVES IN ANY AND EVERY WAY POSSIBLE.
    DISABLED MAN TO BE EVICTED AFTER SECRET DOCTOR REPORT
    A disabled man faces eviction from the house he grew up in after a GP wrote a secret report claiming that he lacked the intelligence to fight a court case.

    Lee Gilliland has been told he cannot see the study that determined he lacked mental capacity, on the grounds it would cause him “substantial distress”. But as a result of the report the state’s Official Solicitor has been appointed to represent him in a dispute over his late grandmother’s will, and he is now likely to lose his home and have to pay out an estimated £37,000 in legal bills. Mr Gilliland, 42, is also unable to appoint a new solicitor because he has been judged mentally incapable of doing so, and has had to look for another medical professional who will declare that he does have capacity.

    His case has now been taken up by an MP who believes it highlights the unfairness of the law whereby which a person can be deemed to lack mental capacity on the say-so of a single “expert” and then lose all rights to make decisions about their finances or personal welfare. It follows a series of cases in the Court of Protection in which judges have been asked to rule on whether or not people judged to lack capacity should be banned from having sex, forced to undergo surgery against their will and even sterilised. John Hemming, the Liberal Democrat MP who chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group of Family Law and the Court of Protection, said: “Mr Gilliland clearly understands the case. It does not need an expert to demonstrate that he does.

    “However, on the basis of a single report written by a GP that he is not allowed to see he has been stopped from fighting his case. “The Official Solicitor has conceded the case on the basis that makes him homeless and also means that the solicitor's costs swallow up possibly three quarters of all the money due to Mr Gilliland. “Mr Gilliland is physically disabled and unable to attend court. However, that does not mean that he should not have the ability to instruct a solicitor to fight the case on his behalf.”

    Mr Hemming has written to the Official Solicitor to ask him to withdraw from the case, and also raised it with ministers in the Ministry of Justice. He added: “We should be particularly concerned about the way in which assessments of mental capacity are performed. There are hundreds of people who are having their liberty constrained as a result of mental capacity assessments. However, it is clear that the way these assessments are being performed is unsafe. What worries me particularly is that almost all of these cases are held in secret which means that we have unreliable assessments without any true accountability.” Under the Mental Capacity Act 2005, anyone judged to lack the capacity to manage their own affairs must have a “litigation friend” to act on their behalf in a civil case.

    The assessment that they lack capacity can be made by a single medical professional. If a suitable representative cannot be found, they will be represented by the Official Solicitor or a private firm of lawyers acting in his name.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • HOW BLAIR AND BROWN'S NEW LABOUR WAS DISMANTLING THE WELFARE STATE
    NEW LABOUR KNIFE TO THE HEART Jonathan Rutherford looks at the connections between government and the insurance business in their joint project to reduce eligibility for sickness benefits.

    In November 2001 a conference assembled at Woodstock, near Oxford. Its subject was 'Malingering and Illness Deception'. The topic was a familiar one to the insurance industry, but it was now becoming a major political issue as New Labour committed itself to reducing the 2.6 million who were claiming Incapacity Benefit (IB). Amongst the 39 participants was Malcolm Wicks, then Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Work, and Mansel Aylward, his Chief Medical Officer at the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP). Fraud - which amounts to less than 0.4 per cent of IB claims - was not the issue. The experts and academics present were the theorists and ideologues of welfare to work. What linked many of them together, including Aylward, was their association with the giant US income protection company UnumProvident, represented at the conference by John LoCascio. The goal was the transformation of the welfare system. The cultural meaning of illness would be redefined; growing numbers of claimants would be declared capable of work and 'motivated' into jobs. A new work ethic would transform IB recipients into entrepreneurs helping themselves out of poverty and into self-reliance. Five years later these goals would take a tangible form in New Labour's 2006 Welfare Reform Bill.

    Between 1979 and 2005 the numbers of working age individuals claiming IB increased from 0.7m to 2.7m. In 1995, 21 per cent were recorded as having a mental health problem; by 2005 the proportion had risen to 39 per cent, or just under 1 million people. The 2000 Psychiatric Morbidity Survey identified one in six adults as suffering from a mental health problem: of these only 9 per cent were receiving some form of talking therapy. The Health and Safety Executive estimate that 10 million working days are lost each year due to stress, depression and anxiety, the biggest loss occurring in what was once the heartland of New Labour's electoral support, the professional occupations and the public sector. Despite these statistics, Britain has one of the highest work participation rates of OECD countries; while benefit levels are amongst the lowest in Western Europe and benefit claims are on a par with other countries.1 The system is not in crisis, and this is not the motivation for the proposed changes. New Labour's politics of welfare reform has subordinated concern for the sick and disabled to the creation of a new kind of market state: claimants will become customers exercising their free rational choice, government services will be outsourced to the private sector, and the welfare system will become a new source of revenue, profitability and economic growth.

    The road to welfare reform

    In 1993 Richard Berthaud of the Policy Studies Institute identified the causes of the continuing rise in IB claimants.2 In the period of growing unemployment under the Conservative government a fairly constant number of people left work because of ill health, only to find it increasingly difficult to re-enter the labour market. As unemployment began to fall the numbers on IB continued to accumulate. The problem lay not, as the right-wing press insisted, with malingering claimants and collusive GPs, but with the economy and with the hiring and firing practices of employers. Berthaud concluded: 'The increase has not been caused by excessive ease of entry to the system, but by difficulty of exit.' The Conservative government had its own agenda, however, and Peter Lilley, Secretary of State for Social Security in the 1992 administration, pointed the finger at claimants and the way their illnesses were diagnosed by GPs. According to Lilley: 'sickness and invalidity benefits were originally intended for those people who, "by reason of some specific disease or bodily or mental disablement" were unable to undertake work.' Social and psychological causes of illness were now being taken into account and as a result, 'the rules have been progressively widened and complicated'. The definition of incapacity had become 'fuzzy' (quoted in Kennedy & Wilson).

    The 1994 Social Security (Incapacity for Work) Act was designed to end the 'fuzziness'. The Act introduced Incapacity Benefit and a number of key reforms to reduce the inflow of new claimants. Lilley hired John LoCascio to advise on 'claims management'. LoCascio was at that time second vice president of Unum, the leading US disability insurance company. He joined the 'medical evaluation group' that was set up to design more stringent medical tests. Another key figure in the group was Mansel Aylward. A new All Work Test was introduced in 1997. Instead of focusing on whether or not an individual was able to do their job, it would assess their general 'capacity to work' through a series of descriptors, for example 'Is unable to cope with changes in daily routine', 'Is frightened to go out alone'. Decisions on eligibility for benefit would be decided by Department of Social Security (DSS) non-medical adjudication officers advised by a newly recruited corps of DSS doctors trained by LoCascio. The new test, and the marginalising of claimants' own doctors, brought the rise in IB claimants to a halt.

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  • WESTMINSTER COUNCIL THUGS DRACONIAN MEASURES AGAINST THE HOMELESS VIDEO
    WESTMINSTER COUNCIL ATTACK THE HOMELESS OVER ROUGH SLEEPING VIDEO
    LONDON HOMELESS GET MORE FALSE PROMISES OF HELP VIDEO
    LONDON 2011: HOMELESS MEN FORCED TO SLEEP IN BINS
    Homeless men are sleeping rough among piles of household rubbish in a desperate attempt to stay alive this winter.

    The scandal of “the bin men of Southall” is exposed today after the Standard discovered the appalling conditions endured by more than 50 people on the Havelock estate. Every night they slide down rubbish chutes into huge wheelie bins and then spend the night huddled in sleeping bags on the floor.

    Labourer Pirthy Sandhu, 39, said: “We get massive rats crawling over us at night and sometimes foxes jump into the bins and we have to chase them out. The place is disgusting but we have nowhere else to go and on freezing nights it's a roof over our heads to keep us dry before the caretaker throws us out at 6am.”

    Ferah Ud-din, of Ealing Drug and Alcohol Intervention and Support, said: “It's really horrid. They're sleeping beside the bins, in alleyways and graveyards. The first time I ever went out I saw a group of six lads sleeping on a mattress. The image has never left my head.”

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • The homeless who slide down rubbish chute to their beds
  • HOMELESS MAN TED WILLIAMS GETS JOB OFFERS THANKS TO HIS 'RADIO' VOICE VIDEO
    LONDON HOMELESS FREEZING TO DEATH VIDEO