In Jefferson County Tennessee, authorities and churches have been known to use all sorts of deceitful and/or harmful ways to rid their exclusive county of "The Houseless".
Tarr Chevrolet, and/or some its employees even with knowing about "The Houseless", stood by without doing in accordance with Scripture, and not only took advantage of "The Houseless", but also profited by his removal.
A small town in Norfolk, Connecticut which falsely represents itself as being helpful, caring ... has been proven to be anything but so (in development): http://norfolk-now.houseless.net/
And this horrible person who with the help of religious organizations tricked another: http://www.ofinterestnet.blogspot.com/2013/03/alert-julianna-m-winsor-preys-on-others.html
Try some genuine neighborly empathy, compassion and/or care, then maybe, just maybe the number of those being "The Houseless" will decrease.
Edited time: July 31, 2013 14:46
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|Hawaii's new 'return to home' program will pay for homeless people to return to the continental US. AP Photo: Marco Garcia|
Hawaii hopes the "return to home" program will help the state save on the millions it spends each year on food, shelter and other services for the homeless.
NO SILVER BULLET
And the U.S.A. isn't the only country developing evil against something which can't be helped - poverty:
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Hungary's lawmakers are considering constitutional changes to allow authorities to force homeless citizens off the streets. Critics of the proposal say it criminalizes thousands who live in poverty.
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