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« on: Jan 04, 2020, 03:26:58 pm »
 

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The continuing saga of living if the FU state of California

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/own-home-youre-responsible-californias-wild-fires
Own A Home? You're Responsible For California's Wild-Fires
Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com,

Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our weekend roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, your finances, and your prosperity.
Professor Blames Private Property for California Wildfires

A public takeover of utility companies is not enough, according to Kian Goh, Professor of Urban Development at UCLA.

In order to combat California wildfires, we need to abandon “aspirations of home ownership, and belief in the importance of private property.”
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For the greater good, we must collectivize and live on communal (i.e. government controlled) land.

Just a reminder– parents across the country pay top dollar each year so people like Professor Goh can teach their children.

Click here to read the original article.
https://www.thenation.com/article/california-fires-urban-planning/



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https://www.foxnews.com/us/california-highway-workers-face-buckets-of-human-feces-needles-as-homeless-crisis-worsens
California highway workers face 'buckets of human feces,' needles as homeless crisis worsens



California's homeless population skyrockets, the cost of cleaning up the state's numerous shanty towns is also hitting record highs -- and the price tag is likely to keep rising as workers tasked with tossing the vagrants' syringes, feces and buckets of urine fight for safer conditions.

The Golden State's homeless population of more than 130,000 people is now about 25 percent of the nationwide total, and cleaning up after the surging group is getting costly -- topping $10 million in 2016-17. But the human cost is getting equally untenable, a workers' advocate says.

In an official grievance filed last week, the union representing California's maintenance workers accused the state of subjecting its members to hazardous conditions without proper training or equipment.

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