15 thoughts on “These Kids Need Your Attention

      1. I find the degradation of our culture appalling. I’ve heard it said that once a culture accepts the degradation of one group of people it opens the door for everyone. The biggest mistake of the past 50 years was normalizing the Lethal Medical Neglect of the mentally ill, the crime we call homelessness.

        People cling to the myth that mandated treatment was cruel, as if letting gravely disabled people die from hunger and exposure on our streets is an act of compassion.

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      2. I absolutely agree Rob. I live in a town in MA that once was home to one of the most infamous state mental hospitals in the country. It was closed around the same time all the others were closed. And so many patients were kicked out onto the streets with no access to the help they need. Instead of fixing what was wrong with these hospitals we shut them down further victimizing the mentally ill.


      3. We redefined mental illness as a ‘civil rights; issue and released people who need in patient treatment to ‘live in ‘liberty’ while taking away access to medical care, housing and food.

        Accepting homelessness as the price we pay to protect the ‘Right of the mentally Ill to refuse treatment’ is one of the most breathtaking hoaxes the American people have ever played on themselves.

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    1. Russia is a Tier 3 source of human trafficking, some of that involves the use of children.

      RUSSIA: Tier 3

      There were also reports of children and women from Europe (predominantly Ukraine and Moldova), Southeast Asia (primarily Vietnam), Africa, and Central Asia being subjected to sex trafficking in Russia. Law enforcement cases from the reporting year indicate forced prostitution occurs in brothels, hotels, and saunas, among other locations; certain traffickers advertised the sexual services of some minors over the internet. In 2014, Russian women and children were reportedly victims of sex trafficking in Russia and abroad, including in Northeast Asia, Europe, Central Asia, Africa, the United States, and the Middle East.



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