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Homeless shelters: crime magnets

City officials have ordered 22 New York churches to stop providing beds to homeless people.

With temperatures well below freezing early Saturday, the churches must obey a city rule requiring faith-based shelters to be open at least five days a week — or not at all.

Arnold Cohen, president of the Partnership for the Homeless, a nonprofit that serves as a link with the city, said he had to tell the churches they no longer qualify.


Sociopaths use protecting the helpless as a justification for their moral rectitude, which makes others ignore their secretive manipulations.

When you see people concerned about the homeless — a group not only incapable of helping itself, but incapable of receiving social aid without causing problems — remember that they’re doing it for themselves, not the homeless. The homeless are a means to an end.

And what happens near homeless shelters? Throw together the insane, the criminal, the pedophile, the irresponsible, with massive alcoholism and drug abuse, and you have a small standing crime wave. Good people are penalized for not being bad, and bad people are concentrated and empowered to destroy.

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