Do The Homeless Count?

According to the Bucks County website, the “point in time” homeless count “serves as a key source of data locally and nationally to understand homelessness trends and to track progress on efforts to prevent and end homelessness for all communities.”  In reality, like the ad where thugs break into a bank and people on the floor look at him, puzzled why he’s not doing anything and he says “I’m not a security guard; I’m a security monitor”, Bucks County just wants to monitor the homeless, but not help them find shelter.

Clandestinely, the way the authorities in Bucks County, PA want to end the homeless problem is to just get them out of the way. One way is to Shanghai them and get them aboard The Disoriented Express. They could end up anywhere.

I think the conventional wisdom in Bucks County that equates homelessness with mental “illness” is a guise to artificially prop up the mental health industry. There certainly are a few nuts in the homeless community. I’m glad a recent article on  about what appears to be homeless guy who was busted for trespassing at the Marina at Neshaminy State Park didn’t trumpet that he was homeless.

“Kabibo Foster, whose age and address were not listed on official documents, was wandering around the marina Tuesday when a Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources ranger made contact with him.” This was not the lead but in the second paragraph. The guy told the ranger that he was looking for a boat he had slept in the previous night and that God gave him permission to enter the Marina and sleep in the boat. Sometimes you act like a nut; sometimes you don’t.

If you’ve watched the news lately, you’ll find that nuts can be found in any population. I just saw on Fox News a professor flipping out, incoherently spewing out vitriol. And there’s the rabid Holly Weird leftists… Not to mention crazy politicians, aka Democrats.

One destination the Disoriented Express can take the homeless is Seven Seas Lagoon at Disneyworld, Florida, where an alligator ate a two-year old.

Disneyworld could put signs up “Reserved For The Homeless” at the lagoon and feed the homeless. After alligators chomp down on the homeless, notifications would flash throughout the park “IT’S NOW SAFE TO VISIT THE LAGOON. THE ALLIGATORS WERE FED; THEY ARE FULL.” This project is known as To Serve Man.

There’s another plan to resolve the homeless problem. I know now why the annual Stand Down for homeless and needy veterans will no longer be held in the field behind the Levittown library. I learned from Bucks County official R.I. Diculous that the Keep Bucks County Green initiative will use the area used for Stand Down. A fun house like attraction will lure the homeless into a fun tunnel, where they will ride conveyor belts, past virtual pristine forests – a happy homeless campground. They will be carried past the rotating knives, where they are churned up and bathed in a green solution and turned into Soylent Green, as they did in the movie.

Both the To Serve Man and the Keep Bucks County Green initiatives would be an efficient way to cut down on the homeless population in Bucks.

Woe to those who decree iniquitous decrees, and the writers who keep writing oppression, to turn aside the needy from justice and to rob the poor of my people of their right, that widows may be their spoil, and that they may make the fatherless their prey! What will you do on the day of punishment, in the ruin that will come from afar? To whom will you flee for help, and where will you leave your wealth? Nothing remains but to crouch among the prisoners or fall among the slain. For all this his anger has not turned away, and his hand is stretched out still. Ah, Assyria, the rod of my anger; the staff in their hands is my fury! … “

-Isaiah 10:1-34

Do The Hustle, Not!

While places for the homeless to sleep in Bucks County, PA is shrinking, Bucks County is recharging it’s efforts to shanghai homeless people to bring them into the taxpayer funded nuthouse. Code Blue, the overnight shelter for the homeless during cold weather started, and so did the hustling. At least two of the mental health hustlers showed up there.

Since the first exploratory visit to a homeless colony, agents have been trying to lure homeless people to places such as Penndel Mental Health Center. Like manure, they are all over the place — at the Levittown public library, Code Blues, tent city evictions, tent city visitations. I even noticed one of the hustlers at Stand Down for Veterans!

The mental health clinic has a monopoly, a captive clientele so to speak, just as environmentalists have agreeable constituents, rocks and trees. One of the clinic’s modus operandi, and what is pushed at the door, is medication.

“If I did drugs, I could find a place. If I was an alcoholic, I could find a place. If you’re just on hard times, there’s nowhere to go.” said a homeless man about to be evicted from an encampment, as reported in in May 2012.  And one mental health hustler was reported there. 

In my last blog, I wrote about a 27 acre village in Austin, Texas created to house 250 chronic homeless. It has what people need, including a garden, a link to jobs, a movie theatre, and a chapel. Very important is the chapel, which does a better job with helping people with mental, spiritual problems than secular mental health centers.

Starting in 1970, a revolution started with pastor and counselor Jay Adam’s book Competent to Counsel where Dr. Adams argued that the church is better equipped to handle personal problems that is secular psychology. A blog on Worldview addresses this subject: “Modern secular psychologists often speak of mental illness. Yet many Christian psychologists deny the existence of a large proportion of mental illnesses. Jay Adams writes, ‘Organic malfunctions affecting the brain that are caused by brain damage, tumors, gene inheritance, glandular or chemical disorders validly may be termed mental illnesses. But at the same time a vast number of other human problems have been classified as mental illnesses for which there is no evidence that they have been engendered by disease or illness at all.’ “

According to Dr. Adams, “apart from organically generated difficulties, the ‘mentally ill’ are really people with unsolved personal problems.”

So what is it? A place created by concerned Christians who help people become self reliant and are presented the gospel or the secular mental health folks doing the hustle.

“Do it, do it, do it

Do the hustle…”

The Hustle should be played whenever a mental health agent enters a place.