Homes not handcuffs. It is proven to be safer and healthier that all local city governments allow anyone to pitch a tent to live outside in their city but it also that these cities should provide clean-safe housing to everyone living on the streets.
Many of the shelters in Austin Texas and around the country are often full and inhumane. It has gotten to expensive to live in Austin, San Francisco and other gentrification price gouging cities. These are among many reasons people are being forced in greater numbers to be homeless. Learn More:
There are eight abandoned houses available for everyone living outside and the shelters that are offered to homeless are inhumane and help people stay homeless instead of moving into safe housing.
The best solution is give everyone a safe healthy house or shelter. The USA it is estimated has eight abandoned houses for everyone living on the streets with no money.
We are here to help bring housing for our unhoused and encourage everyone to travel with no money to live the heroine and hero journey.
In Norway or Finland or other countries it’s common for people to knock on the door and ask if you can put up a tent in the backyard. The forced moving of house seekers and travelers living in Austin, LA, etc and the authority grab of their possessions does NOTHING to resolve people who have no money who are forced to live outside because there is no real help.
We must provide safe healthy fresh organic all natural Foods, Clothing, Housing and Jobs as ways to give hope and prosperity for a better future.
In Denmark, Belgium, Norway Finland they have great food, housing, clothing programs to help people with no money and we in the USA can update our systems to be even greater then what these countries do for their un-housed with no money.
We see that Ordinary Peoples Egalitarian Assemblies #eTownHalls are the cure to all that ailments in society by abolishing politicians, abolishing capitalism, abolishing stock markets to put these councils, townhalls and peoples assemblies in charge along with Small Business Cooperatives.