• Homeless Industry

    Why the Dept. of Homelessness is Running a Municipal Ponzi Scheme

    This is why the residents of San Francisco are so furious at the homeless.   They instinctually know they are being victimized. See, a person moves to a city or a town or a region and invests in it.  Literally creates ownership of it.  The first (harmless) non-taxpayer is a visitor that goes back to his or her own tax base sooner or later.  The second (harmful) non-taxpayer is the parasitic class that does not pay into the system, commonly called the homeless. The municipality is appointed all sorts of tasks and dealing with this is just one.  However, here is such a huge and unregulated industry at work, using subcontractors…

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  • The Game Plan

    How to End Homelessness in 90 days

      Ground Zero:   Acknowledge that since 1971 San Francisco has been – and continues to be – a Sundown Town for gypsyTravellers and other vehicle dwellers.  Rewrite SFPD 97 to comply with Martin v. Boise.  Or better yet, let’s do the right thing, get rid of it altogether because you realize it’s outright discrimination because you studied *our* history. Maybe start with a quick rundown of hate against nomadic people since 1300s, see the last 40 or so pages of my new book out on Amazon: Vehicle Dwellers’ Legal Primer  https://www.amazon.com/dp/1539496023 or for a free flip page version go to www.anyflip.com/gdpn/yrjf  (1st two pages are intentionally blank)   Phase…

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  • Revolutionary Thoughts

    My new book

    This is a casebook I wrote about why it is illegal for San Francisco to be a “Sundown Town” for vehicle dwellers like myself.  The teacher’s edition coming soon.   Out on Amazon @ https://www.amazon.com/dp/1539496023                       To browse in a free flip copy, note 1st two pages are intentionally blank, go to www.anyflip.com/gdpn/yrjf

  • Hate Crime

    S.O.S. for the women in Ocean Beach’s homeless community

    The women are being raped out here. This is the beginning of me trying to speak truth-to-power. This is the email I just sent to the Supervisor’s staff who visited yesterday, helping my case at the Dept. of Homelessness be moved along. The Supervisor himself has kindly been out twice. Today, however, things took a bit of a turn. 2.16.22 To Ralph Lane @ Supervisor Gordon Mar Re. matters discussed yesterday I am writing you with the energy of having just been confronted *screaming across the street* by the girl I know to be forced into sexual intercourse multiple times by predatory men. I will repeat in writing what I…

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  • Politics

    The Question of Out-of-Towners Getting Social Services in a new County

    The Supreme Court settled this in 1999 in a case specific to California.     “(District Judge Levi) concluded that the statute placed a ‘penalty on the decision of new residents to migrate to the State and be treated on an equal basis with existing residents’  Green v Anderson 811 F Supp. 516, 521 (Ed. Cal 1993)  In his view, if the purpose of the measure was to deter migration by poor people into the State, it would be unconstitutional for that reason.  And even if the purpose was only to conserve limited funds, the State had failed to explain why the entire burden of the saving should be imposed…

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  • finishing the poem

    Sleepless

    Up at 4am.  Cancer sweats are a real thing.   Practicing my (lifelong) morning ritual of gratitude which is simply writing in my journal, what God needs to hear me say about what He’s done for me in the past 24 hours.   He gave me courage (once again) to confront a corrupt agency simply because He put me back in my home and told me who – and how – to ask for help, because He knew they would say no in a way that incensed me and I would dig down deep and resist.  Yesterday’s email to them included  this PDF 9 months Written Communications with ECS_ HSH_ HOT…

  • Gratitude

    Solidarity

    Guy just walked by and laughed to his companion,  quoting my only remaining sign: Intimidation of Occupation.   He said “Looks like somebody is pushing back”.  Then he yells, like a rebel cry, “SOLIDARITY!”. Thanks, dude, I need it.   FUNDRAISER @ https://gofund.me/8731b791

  • Homeless Industry,  Litigation

    Starting to tell people what has happened to me

    There aren’t really any “services” actually happening. It’s a huge facade, this Dept. of Homelessness and Supportive Housing. It’s an industry and they are doing well for themselves. Not this one, but last article it was 120 staff, adding 80 more. Crisis Timeline: 3.18.20 Newsom closes state campgrounds and counties do the same. The campground we were living in (in the Delta, on Sherman Island) was shut down. Our RV fuel pump went out. Husband 68 w/ liver cancer. We just needed a repair job, or time to get money ourselves. We were made to abandon our RV home of 8 years because the County worker filed a complaint against…

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  • Homeless Industry,  Litigation

    It’s a new day.

      Experienced such a hate crime night before last, I moved to a more public spot yesterday. Because I am a gypsyTraveller, see, in San Francisco, it’s perfectly okay and even understandable for a man to come out his “real” house and scream obscenities at my door for hours.  Fireworks were set off three times, too. Grateful to Mo who drove all way from Sonoma to drive the RV to Ocean Beach from Great Highway and Rivera.  That’s where the hate crime happened 8.08.21 from 11pm to 2 am.  And where I have been since Dec 23, 2020 in a litigation-based siege war with Dept. of Homelessness and Supportive Housing…