The Urban Problem has always been simplified into the idea that one man’s desire to dominate other men means that the city its self is designed to kill you, if you let it. We cut down the trees and useful plants to create a demand. Now we have an economic climate that is ripe for the manipulating. Does anyone out there beside my wonder why we feel that we can own something that Man never could create? Furthermore why do we pay taxes on land when no one can truely own something that they did not create. How arrogant are?
The reality behind why most cities think of the homeless as a problem is that the homeless prove to us that we don’t have to live within the rules and still live. The authorities don’t have any revenue from a hobo on the street. Now ask yourself who is smarter, the CEO in a 3 price suite and a neck tie that is cutting off the oxygen to his Brian and paying into a system that could care less if he lives or dies or the hobo who lives free does not give into the limits of our culture and lets the CEO pay for his existence.
Dr. Anthony W. Antolic (Ph. D) Theological Anthropologist