The City Of Eureka is getting pretty good at taking people and moving them from bad situations to even worse situations, while forcing those people into even more dependency upon government. Beats the heck out of bringing living-wage jobs to the area and HEALING healthcare that doesn't just turn people into pain-filled addicts who are conditioned to see drugs as the only "answer"...
If they are put in one of the local facilities, the survivors--or the family of the deceased--might get a whopping $450.00.
If Public HELL gave a flying rat's rectum about the safety of water, they would come out strongly against adding toxic fluoride to the water supply.
From the same hack who thinks children should be force-fed "Vaccines" containing mercury, aluminum, and other poisons.
If we had people of good conscience holding government posts that were not focused on keeping the wage base low, but who instead focused on bringing living-wage jobs to the area, a significant portion of the "homeless problem" would be resolved. Besides making it possible for the homeless to move into housing, pay rent, become "respectable members of the community" (it's so easy to demonize those who have been impacted by the deteriorating economy), with more people making a living wage more would be able to donate to the few organizations that are actually *helping* the homeless.
Instead, the "homeless problem" is being used to bring even more draconian "solutions" to the already-afflicted: Concentration camps, Humboldt County Mental HELL, and more drugging from the Federally-Bankrolled Open Door Shooting Galleries.
But it's perfectly fine to run ads promoting the injection of defenseless children with mercury, aluminum, and other neurotoxins.
It's rather obvious she found out what a mess she would be walking into, far more mismanaged for years than she had been led to believe. Meanwhile, the mismanager of DHHS will receive his Golden Parachute. At least Rahm Emanuel eventually fired the head of the Chicago PD, but in Humboldt County, there are no such consequences.
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Oct 20, 2016
vol XXVII issue 42
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