Red And Black Telly: LONDON – SPACE OCCUPIED FOR STREET HOMELESS.

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Red And Black Telly: BRENDAN COX, SAVE THE CHILDREN AND OTHER OUTRAGES.

Homeless man called Kev died after Bournemouth Council took his sleeping bag away. The artist taxi driver.

Gloucester residents’ alternative homeless poster.


The story so far …

Gloucester’s tory scum plumb new depths in persecuting the homeless.

Just when you think they can’t sink any lower!
Tory council puts up poster telling people not to give money to the homeless – Metro UK

The selfish over-privileged bastards at Gloucester city council have really got it in for the victims of their anti-social regime. They’re wasting residents money on a poster campaign to discourage said residents from using their own judgement in how they help their fellow people. Jumping on the spiteful corporatist bandwagon that insists every bit of altruism must pay a dividend to their capitalist mates.

“Make your change count by giving to an established homeless charity”, they preach. Only last month, they opposed an application for such a charity to open a night shelter on their manor. Amid the incomprehensible managerial bullshit, Ruth Saunders, their ‘Community Wellbeing Manager’ (sic) bleated:“there will be lack of motivation for them to get on to the established homelessness pathways towards a more safe and sustainable lifestyle” – In other words, they don’t get a cut.

We fail to see how you can simultaneously be sleeping rough and in accommodation. One for Schrodinger?

Here’s why Gloucester City Council has lodged an objection to a night shelter for the city’s homeless – Gloucestershire live.

“Change is more than coins” they say, too right, change is you lot up against the fucking wall.

CARILLION COLLAPSE – WHAT NEXT?

The Occupy sanctuary in Bournemouth. 04.00, Saturday 30th December 2017.

All is calm, all is bright. More than 30 people have a place to put their home tonight thanks to all the love & hard graft freely given to those people without a flat or a house to put their homes in.

This fire has been burning continuously now for more than a week come rain or shine, we shall defend this land.

The Occupy sanctuary in Bournemouth. 04.00, Saturday 30th December 2017.

From Facebook.