People are being intentionally targeted and becoming disaster refugees, as a result of economic and weather weapons. The numbers of home-less people are exploding, and we know displacement will cause mental stress. We, also, know that many targeted individuals that are directly tortured by the deep state of gang-stalkers, bullying, and tortured by directed energy weapons are homeless. These people will likely become lost within this expanded and “forced” mental health system while being involuntarily held and drugged.
Further, the lack of housing along with increased rental costs and lower paying jobs will force more homeless people into living on the streets, in vehicles, RV’s, tents and in the bushes. More and more people are being targeted and now soon more people will be defined as mentally ill and held, for their own safety, in Big Pharma institutions while being chemically treated by Big Pharma trained providers that prescribe mind altering drugs.
A word of caution to ALL of us that are aware of agendas being set upon the global populations! The word conspiracy is put forth in the general population as people with delusional theories. It will become increasingly dangerous to voice your concerns to those people that are trapped in the FAKE REALITY. So, take it easy with HOW you voice reality – because you and we may think those people need to know the truth and facts so we can save them from being victimized, BUT we could become the victims through their ignorance!
Look at this as an opportunity and polish up on how you present information to those that are still unconscious.
Most importantly, watch out after your friends that are understanding the evils we face, and get ready to assist should they get kidnapped, drugged and forced into mental prisons by those imposing and expanding rules of legal incarceration. .
SACRAMENTO — San Francisco officials would have more control over who can be involuntarily held for mental-health treatment, under a bill to expand conservatorship laws that is headed to Gov. Jerry Brown.
The state Senate passed SB1045 by Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, in a 39-0 vote on Thursday. The Assembly passed it 61-0 on Wednesday.
The governor has not indicated whether he will approve the bill, which allows the Boards of Supervisors in San Francisco, San Diego and Los Angeles counties to create five-year pilot programs that expand conservatorship rules.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Rafael Mandelmantestified in support of the bill at the state Capitol earlier this year, saying the city needed more power to help chronically homeless people suffering from both mental illness and substance abuse.
Wiener said that even the bill’s expanded criteria would apply to only 1 percent of San Francisco’s homeless population.
Please follow and like us: