Over 100,000 Homeless People Have Been Moved Into Homes & It Isn’t Stopping There! One Of The Most Profound Movements Ever!

This operation is ongoing in the USA, website here, not Canada (at least yet)—but we don’t expect approval from the anti-socialist Americans who insist that every man, woman and child must work their asses off to DESERVE anything at all—and NO HANDOUTS permitted—even for those who have been trying to get a job for 5 years.

They still think destitute people caused this problem for themselves. They have no idea of the planning and execution that went into this take-down of America.

Not every soul recognizes that “we’re all One” and must care for each other, but thank you for setting this wonderful example. And thank you Joy, for this article that warms the cockles o’ me ‘eart.

And yes, JP Morgan is a sponsor, so it’s the least the banksters can do after all the money and homes they stole from so many citizens, putting families on the street.  They are doing a major PR campaign here, and most won’t understand the irony of it.

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Whether you live in a major metropolis or a small town, chances are you’ve seen homeless people sleeping or wandering the streets at some point. On those cold and ruthless winter nights I can’t help but feel compassion and misery for anyone who doesn’t have warm food, clothing, or a bed to help ease the sub-zero temperatures.

In Canada alone it is estimated that at least 200,000 experience homelessness in a year. This number is substantiated by an even larger number of homeless people in the United States, coming in at an unsettling 1.7 million. One can’t help but ask ourselves the daunting question, “what can I do to help?”

A Backwards Solution

Enter 100k Homes. Sparked by the belief that conventional homelessness interventions were not working efficiently enough, 100k Homes is bringing a backwards-considered approach to solving the homelessness crisis.

For years, homeless service providers worked to offer…

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7 thoughts on “Over 100,000 Homeless People Have Been Moved Into Homes & It Isn’t Stopping There! One Of The Most Profound Movements Ever!

  1. Is this an organization in Canada, or America or both? I am just confused because I read the article and there was nothing pertaining to Canadians. I thought I clicked on the Canada link.

    • Aseema… the article was posted by People’s Trust Toronto, but if you go to the website http://100khomes.org/ has JP Morgan Chase and Home Depot as sponsors and it says “across America”, so it looks like this is not (yet) in Canada. The article was a little vague. It’s about time JP Morgan did something for The People, what with all the money they’ve stolen.

  2. ‘Sponsored by J.P. Morgan…and Chase Manhattan Bank’??? Really??

    • Annabelle… well since they are the crooks that stole houses from so many people via foreclosure and rigged mortgage rates, why not some payback? It’s the least they can do. It doesn’t change what happened, but it helps the current situation. It will all come out in the wash. There is no point in having empty homes around when there are people with no roof over their heads. Let’s fix the problem as quickly as possible to alleviate the suffering and sort out the crimes later.

  3. judybug says:

    I am an American citizen, and I’m not proud of the way our country doesn’t help the many homeless ones here. I just want everyone to know that there are many good, compassionate people here in the U.S. I live in a small town, so I don’t often see a person who is homeless, but when I do, I will go over and speak to them and give them whatever money I have in my purse. I stop on the road and help people who are walking, and give them a ride and if I learn they’re hungry, I take them to a restaurant and feed them, and give them whatever money I have. There are many, many people here in the U.S., who are like me. I live on Soc. Security, so don’t have a lot that I can share with others, but, if everyone pitched in and helped, it could really make a difference.

  4. traceycooke says:

    Great news!!! ❤ I AM so happy for them …I want to cry…

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