Illegals did help! Wrote:
> Truth-full Facts Wrote:
> > Half the people in the Lamb Center are mentally
> > crazy. Who in their right mind would want to
> > out there? The staff needs to control the
> > â€œBar Flyâ€™sâ€ that have turn
> > place into the Echelon Place, for those who do
> > want to get a job and are a drag on society.
> > purpose of the Lamb Center is to help those
> > are making an effort to get back on their feet.
> > Not pander and cater the trash of society that
> > the attitude of â€œWhy Should I apply My
> > and Get a Job, so I can be self sufficient. It
> > the first of the month so you know all those
> > addicted welfare people will have a bunch of
> > stamp to sell to you so they can get their fix.
> > This is where you hard paying tax dollars is
> > to work.
> > Here is a reprint of an article that I pulled
> > the inter and this is what is taking place at
> > â€œThe Lamb Centerâ€ Here the link
> > ess
> > Opinion
> > Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
> > Granted there are some who truly deserve to be
> > housed, such as young families and retirees
> > working minimum wage jobs, but in my experience
> > dealing with many (Drug addicted, Lazy, and
> > dealers) why should taxpayers shell out cash to
> > those who do not deserve our pity?
> > Society did not put a needle in their arm, they
> > did, it is not like they did not know the
> > of drugs, as society has spent untold billions
> > worldwide warning them. Drug Dealers on the
> > hand seem to get caught and convicted time and
> > time again, only getting a slap on the wrist
> > are released over and over again by a lienient
> > Justice system we pay for ! We would have less
> > homeless if the courts imposed a Zero Tolerance
> > Drug Dealers, life imprisonment, and a National
> > Selective Service for those who enjoy living
> > us, yet are able bodied, The Selective Service
> > would teach the unemployed a skill and put them
> > work on government work programs, forest
> > tree planting, road work and berry picking, we
> > currently bringing in people from other
> > because Governments state we have a shortage of
> > Labourers, certainly not from what I have seen.
> > Do you notice how many homeless seem to have a
> > plentiful supply of cigarettes on hand, but no
> > money for food or shelter, but money for
> > and piercings?
> > They look young, fit and able to do work, an
> > face it, there are more youth out there in DTES
> > than anywhere else. Let em work for a change,
> > there are many programs for those who wish to
> > work. Immigrants fresh off the boat find work,
> > not Canadians?
> > In ending, I have had to enter more homeless
> > shelters and crack dens that I care to remember
> > feces, urine,empty food wrappers, grafitti etc.
> > What landlord in his right mind would welcome
> > anyone who does this to his property, a
> > he is forced to maintain or suffer media
> > all because the homeless trash time and time
> > and do not appreciate a roof over their heads,
> > knowing the Public purse will care for them.
> > my words, you build more shelters and housing
> > those who do not deserve it, and they will come.
> > They will come from all of North America for a
> > Free Ride in the Land of Left Coast of BC.
> > few homeless in this Province are actually from
> > this province, Why? Because word of mouth
> > like wildfire that BC has historically been an
> > easy touch since the Hippie days of the 1960s.
> > The Solution !! Drug Dealers get Life
> > Imprisionment for the lives they continue to
> > destroy. The 37-55K to house the homeless, well
> > would take that money put it into work
> > anyone able bodied person who wants a roof over
> > their head will be required to work for it on
> > infrastructure programs, including picking
> > berries, they would get a living wage as well.
> > one should get a free ride, though our
> > seems to think Laziness is a disability, where
> > the able bodied seem to think welfare is a
> > aspiration. Then and only then will
> > be solved, otherwise this province will become
> > endless moneypit for the taxpayers trying to
> > and care for the many homeless who continue to
> > come to British Columbia looking for a Free
> > Speaking of free ride, I was driving along
> > Boundary Road and Hastings, when I came upon
> > the same homeless young person with a new sign,
> > this sign stated "Car Out of Gas" please Help,
> > Bless and Happy Easter. Previous months I have
> > seen the same person with a different sign such
> > "Hitchiking to Alberta, lost wallet, hungry and
> > broke, anything will help". I stopped and told
> > him at the stoplight that Labour Ready was
> > apparently he didnt like my advice. I put it
> > way, if his aversion to work is so ingrained in
> > his head, why help him? The effort he puts into
> > begging for 8 hours a day could have made him a
> > salary at one of the many temp help labour
> > No matter where I go all over the mainland the
> > people are all the same, only the story on the
> > cardboard signs change. As for me, I say Screw
> > em.
> > The high cost of homelessness
> > Every homeless person costs system $55,000, an
> > amount that could buy supported housing for
> > of them
> > Lori Culbert, files from Randy Shore, Vancouver
> > SunPublished: Friday, March 21, 2008
> > VANCOUVER - We've been counting them and
> > governments have been scrambling to try to help
> > them, but a recent university study has been
> > looking at a new question about homeless people
> > B.C. - what each one costs taxpayers a year.
> > The answer is $55,000 per person, or an annual
> > total of $644.3 million in health, corrections
> > social services spending for all the homeless
> > B.C.
> > But the conclusion of the 150-page report -
> > written by five academics at Simon Fraser
> > University, the University of B.C. and the
> > University of Calgary - is that B.C. taxpayers
> > could even save money if that cash was instead
> > spent directly on supported social housing.
> > Below is a related story on a Visitors view
> > reported in the media which is in stark
> > to what Every Politican in British Columbia
> > the " Most Bestest City in the World to Live
> > and why all three lefty parties promising
> > for the homeless did little over the past three
> > decades and will continue to sit on their
> > moist asses collecting your money and generous
> > benefits. Yet for some reason, the historically
> > unclued public still buy their useless rhetoric
> > time and time again, in the belief they as
> > have done their part by voting for idiotic
> > promises thus while sipping their $9.00 Lattes,
> > absolve themselves of blame and thereby
> > their tax money on politicians inflated
> > when workable solutions are at hand as I
> > previously stated in this story, but will never
> > implemented, by a unwilling workforce of able
> > bodied dregs on society.
> > l?id=0a19f278-6e27-43dc-a2b2-5d71d2c59272
> > Approach to social woes a moral failure by all
> > three main B.C. partiesMiro Cernetig,
> > Vancouver SunPublished: Monday, March 24, 2008
> > Betty
> > Anne and Max Hunter crossed Canada by train to
> > celebrate their
> > honeymoon. They got more than just scenery,
> > though, when their train
> > trundled into Vancouver.
> > "You have such a beautiful country,"
> > Betty Anne said in her warm Texas drawl, sipping
> > beverage inside the
> > Terminal City Club. "But we were so surprised
> > we got into
> > Vancouver."
> > "Oh," I said. "Why's that?"
> > Welllll . . ." she hesitated, clearly not
> > to be impolite.
> > I urged her on.
> > "Well,
> > when we were coming into Vancouver on the
> > there were all these
> > homeless people living on the side of the train
> > tracks and on the
> > streets, under plastic tents. It looked like
> > something out of one of
> > those movies about the Depression. I was
> > surprised, we didn't see
> > anything like it in your other cities..."
> > She took a breath.
> > "Then,"
> > Betty Anne continued, "when I was coming out of
> > the hotel, this young
> > woman came up to me and asked me for money. She
> > said that someone had
> > stolen her horse.
> > "At first I didn't know what she was talking
> > about. I asked Max, 'Why would she have a
> > "
> > Max, sipping a beer, looked up.
> > "I told her horse is the word for heroin," he
> > said. "The girl was saying someone had stolen
> > drugs, Betty Anne."
> > Continue reading at NowPublic.com: The High
> > of Homelessness | NowPublic News Coverage
> > ess#ixzz1D77rOyzI
> > AS WE CAN SEE THE LAMB CENTER IS A REPLY OF
> > IS TAKING PLACE UP NORTH. JUST LIKE THE GUY
> > THE AREA IS FILLED WITH LABOR POOLS AND TEMP
> > AGNECIES BUT YOU DO SEE ANY OF THE PEOPLE AT
> > LAMB MAKING A EFFORT TO WORK THERE WAY OUT OF
> > WHOLE THAT THEY PLACED THERE SELF IN. HOWEVER
> > KNOW HOW TO STAND IN FRONT OF THE 7-11 AND SAY
> > â€œGIVE ME A FEW DOLLARS, I KNOW YOU HAVE
> > MONEY!â€ THE REGULARS THAT HANG OUT AT THE
> > LAMB CENTER SHOULD NOT BE GIVEN ANYTHING UNLESS
> > THEY CAN PROVE THAT THEY ARE WORKING OR LOOKING
> > FOR A JOB OR DOING SOME COMMUNITY SERVICE SUCH
> > HELPING CLEAN UP THE HIGHWAY ROAD AREAS. WHY
> > SHOULD SOICIETY BE FACED WITH THE HIGH COST OF
> > CATERING TO THESE PEOPLE THAT ARE JUST TRING TO
> > LIVE OF GOOD PEOPLES MORAL CONCIUSS? PERSONAL I
> > KNOW FOR A FACT THAT MOPST PEOPLE TRY TO HELP
> > THOSE THAT ARE MAKING AN EFFORT, BUT THESE
> > â€œBAR FLYâ€™Sâ€ AT THE LAMB OR
> > SOMETHING ELSE. THE QUESTIONABLE LATINO
> > ARE SOMETHING ELSE, THAT WALK INTO THE PLACE
> > ACT LIKE THEY CREATED ALL THIS IN THE USA.)
> Significantly. 9-11 was done by illegal
So who upholds these horrible policy's as such places as The Lamb Center and beyond?