HOMELESSNESS May 19, 2014Posted by wmmbb in Australian Politics, Human Rights, US Politics.
Now that border fascism has been brought home by the cruelty of the Federal Budget, as could have been predicted, the question and ramifications of homelessness might merit consideration.
The Senate will have something to say, although I suggest a double dissolution is a low probability. It is observable, albeit tedious to note, that the techniques of border fascism and targeting of the undeserving, but not, for example, the natural born deserving, are the same and intended to be deployed viciously by the Abbott Government.
It might be worthwhile to go to the home of NeoLiberalism, to see some consequences. Admittedly this “brave reporting” is a sanitized report, without going to the psychological destitution of economic and social impoverishment. Yet, the points regarding the importance of the supporting social network and humanizing effect of conserving with the homeless are well made. Anderson Cooper and Sixty Minutes discovers the under class: