CALIFORNIA TO FORCE INTERNMENT & SEIZE ASSETS OF HOMELESS

CALIFORNIA TO FORCE INTERNMENT & SEIZE ASSETS OF HOMELESS
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California Plans FORCED Internment and Asset Seizure to solve its Homeless crisis.

California’s growing homeless crisis has made headlines over the past year. Diseases are rampant and state and local governments have failed to solve the problem.

A new state law would allow the state to forcefully “conserve” people with mental illness.

This means if you are homeless and determined to be not “self sufficient” the state can detain you and seize and control your finances, until you prove yourself to be “self sufficient.”

In one town, Redding, they have proposed this in a letter sent to Governor Gavin Newson demanding "state of emergency" powers. This would allow them to essentially detain any person who is “unhoused” and take control of their finances.

While California as a whole is a fairly leftist state and Democrats have proposed a state law to “conserve” the homeless, Redding is in a Republican district.

Hal Turner Remark: They say that California is the future of the United States;  I hope not.

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    Judson Prescott · 13 days ago
    I have just returned from Southern California and have witnessed the homelessness situation first hand. At this point I would support the interment the mentally ill homeless and feel this action could very well be the best thing for them. They have no real access to professional or medical help, they have no form of personal safety or security, and they definitely have no future and absolutely no hope. We wish to discard these people but this attitude really reflects on what kind of nation we have become. At least the state can force treatments and replace the system that used to provide the help for mentally ill. No, we the people got tired of caring for ill family members, or our neighbors ill members so we pressed our legislatures to re-direct funding to thing that benefited us personally and directly, and our selfish life styles. Think about it, it all comes down to money, money for everything. We (the subscribers) can’t even keep this web site afloat alone from the parasitical users. As to the seizure of said assets, really, a stolen shopping cart filled with blankets, used clothes from Goodwill, food found in a dumpster. The people loose nothing because they have nothing. No I am not subscribing to a socialistic form of human treatment, more on the order of a Christian form of treatment…Oh ya we traded that belief in a long time ago for something much less! Reap what you sow.
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    Debbi Erbeck · 13 days ago
    So this means possibly that those whose homes burned from the wildfires and are trying to survive with what is left will also have the deeds to their property confiscated. I had a suspicion that it was a land grab, and most likely, Feinstein's hubby is lined up to resell the property to foreign investors from China for the state. Also, it serves a desensitization purpose as well.
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    Madeleine Mead · 14 days ago
    They start with Redding not San Francisco! Redding has suffered two wildfires in as many years and is conservative politically. You’re homeless because of a wildfire and the state confiscates what little you have left. This is also an area where the cartels operate with little resistance. It’s a beautiful pine forest area being poisoned by illegal marijuana grows. But hey drug gangs are dreamers too!
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    Grim · 14 days ago
    Many people don't know, that long before Hitler started killing Jews, he first began filling his death camps with mentally ill and handicapped people, including children. At this rate, it won't be long before the government just openly begins saying that the'll determine your worth as a human being and those found lacking will be *recycled.* Of course, as it always is, the people most in need of *recycling*, will be the ones in power that make the rules.
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      Joe Williams · 14 days ago
      I had no idea he did that. I woukdnt be surprised if they wasnt loaded onto trains and took somewhere, like the hong kong protestors was done.
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        Ronald Cordova · 14 days ago
        I have no sympathy for the Hong Kong Rioters who destroyed property. If people are willing to destroy property and possibly their country to protest democracy, I don't care what is done to them. Carrie Lam waited way too long to take corrective action.
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          richard pryor · 14 days ago
          Beijing likes your thinking.
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          Joe Williams · 14 days ago
          I agree with you that they shouldnt destroy others property.