HOME-LESS and COLD: Sonoma County homeless population among the biggest nationwide

WE ARE WITNESSING THE RESULTS OF UNITED NATIONS POLICIES, WEATHER ATTACKS
and ECONOMIC TERRORISM BEING ORCHESTRATED RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES . . . WORLDWIDE
Just Look at all the people displaced from the fires, soaring housing costs and rents, and cities that refuse to open up vacant tax payer owned buildings for OUR people to live in during the encroaching rainy, cold winter.  DOORS CLOSED!  STAY OUTSIDE.
FORCED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT TO VACATE THE AREAS THE HOMELESS ATTEMPT TO CREATE HOMELESS COMMUNITIES FOR SAFETY.
WHAT WOULD YOU DO IN THESE CIRCUMSTANCES?
THINK ABOUT THAT – BECAUSE WHEN THE NEXT ENERGY WEAPON aka MEGA WEATHER EVENT STRIKES – YOU MAY BECOME HOMELESS, TOO!

Sonoma County homeless population among the biggest nationwide

Manuel Santiago, a 52-year-old Pomo Indian, has been homeless for many years. He’s lived in tents, RVs, motels — anywhere but a shelter.

In and out of state prison since 1979, Santiago said his many years behind bars include several stints in solitary confinement. That’s left him with an aversion to crowded places like the Sam Jones Hall homeless shelter in Santa Rosa.

 

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