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'Collapse of a city that's lost control': Shocking new pictures from downtown LA capture the huge problem it faces with trash and rats amid fear of typhoid fever outbreak among LAPD

These shocking pictures from downtown Los Angeles capture the growing problem it faces with trash and rodents in a desperate city also try...

These shocking pictures from downtown Los Angeles capture the growing problem it faces with trash and rodents in a desperate city also trying to contain a typhoid fever outbreak linked to worsening sanitary conditions. 
A decision to not cap the total amount of property that homeless people can keep on Skid Row was announced last Wednesday and it sparked fury among some officials who say it will 'only perpetuate the public health crisis that already exists' there.  
That, coupled with the news a Los Angeles police detective has been diagnosed with typhoid fever, has sparked concern among LA's residents. 
The city has now said it will dispose of sofas, refrigerators and other large items in the 50-block area of downtown. 
But councilmen Joe Buscaino slammed the decision, saying: 'The settlement will only perpetuate the public health crisis that already exists in Skid Row and will set a precedent for the rest of the city that will normalize encampments.
'The city is sending a clear signal that we are turning the sidewalks in Skid Row into free, unlimited public storage, doing a disservice to the residents of Los Angeles, especially to those living on the streets.'
Images from the downtown area show trash piling up as workers struggle to keep the area sanitized. They are pictured wearing face masks among the dirt and grime. 
Rows and rows of tents line the sidewalks of Skid Row in the sprawling 50-block area, home to around 4,200 homeless people, many in tents and shantytowns.  
Some lay passed out in the street, seemingly from the effects of drugs as others are pictured lugging their property around, in search of the next spot to set up. 
Belongings of the homeless crowd a downtown Los Angeles sidewalk in Skid Row. The city of Los Angeles on May 29 agreed to allow homeless people there to keep their property and not have it seized, providing the items are not bulky or hazardous
Belongings of the homeless crowd a downtown Los Angeles sidewalk in Skid Row. The city of Los Angeles on May 29 agreed to allow homeless people there to keep their property and not have it seized, providing the items are not bulky or hazardous
Piles of trash remain near the intersection of 25th St. and Long Beach Ave. Images from the downtown area show trash piling up as workers struggle to keep the area sanitized. They are pictured wearing face masks among the dirt and grime
Piles of trash remain near the intersection of 25th St. and Long Beach Ave. Images from the downtown area show trash piling up as workers struggle to keep the area sanitized. They are pictured wearing face masks among the dirt and grime
A law had been passed in 2016 which limited the amount of belongings a homeless person can store on the sidewalk to 60 gallons. Piles of trash remain near the intersection of 25th St. and Long Beach Ave
A law had been passed in 2016 which limited the amount of belongings a homeless person can store on the sidewalk to 60 gallons. Piles of trash remain near the intersection of 25th St. and Long Beach Ave
The city has said it will dispose of sofas, refrigerators and other large items in the 50-block area of downtown known as Skid Row. Piles of trash remain near the intersection of 25th St. and Long Beach Ave
The city has said it will dispose of sofas, refrigerators and other large items in the 50-block area of downtown known as Skid Row. Piles of trash remain near the intersection of 25th St. and Long Beach Ave
But the decision to not cap the total amount of property that homeless people can keep sparked fury among some officials who say it will 'only perpetuate the public health crisis that already exists in Skid Row'
But the decision to not cap the total amount of property that homeless people can keep sparked fury among some officials who say it will 'only perpetuate the public health crisis that already exists in Skid Row'
Images from the area show trash piling up as workers struggle to keep the area sanitized. They are pictured wearing face masks among the dirt and grime. Some lay passed out in the street, seemingly from the effects of drugs
Images from the area show trash piling up as workers struggle to keep the area sanitized. They are pictured wearing face masks among the dirt and grime. Some lay passed out in the street, seemingly from the effects of drugs
A cleaning crew sweeps up in front of LAPD Central Community Police Station in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday
A cleaning crew sweeps up in front of LAPD Central Community Police Station in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday
The union that represents the LAPD is demanding a cleanup of homeless encampments in the city after one detective who works downtown was diagnosed with typhoid fever and two others are showing similar symptoms. Pedestrians cross a street lined with trash near LAPD Central Community Police Station in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday
The union that represents the LAPD is demanding a cleanup of homeless encampments in the city after one detective who works downtown was diagnosed with typhoid fever and two others are showing similar symptoms. Pedestrians cross a street lined with trash near LAPD Central Community Police Station in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday
The division where a Los Angeles police detective has been diagnosed with typhoid fever polices downtown Los Angeles, including the notorious Skid Row area where hundreds of homeless people camp on the streets
 The division where a Los Angeles police detective has been diagnosed with typhoid fever polices downtown Los Angeles, including the notorious Skid Row area where hundreds of homeless people camp on the streets
A law had been passed in 2016 which limited the amount of belongings a homeless person can store on the sidewalk to 60 gallons. 
A spokesman for the Los Angeles Community Action Network, who had been campaigning for the new rules regarding property, said: 'I hope this is the signal this is the sign, the proverbial crossroads, that insists we spend our money and our time on things that actually get people off the street. 
'In the interim, it is our hope that at least this provides some legal guardrails both for houseless people on the street as well as those public servants who are paid to treat the public humanely and responsibly.' 
On Thursday it was revealed a Los Angeles police detective has been diagnosed with typhoid fever, a rare illness typically spread through contaminated food or water, and at least five other officers who work in the same station are showing symptoms.   
Piles of trash remain at the corner of Compton Ave and E 16th St., downtown. A spokesman for the Los Angeles Community Action Network, who had been campaigning for the new rules regarding property, said: 'I hope this is the signal this is the sign, the proverbial crossroads, that insists we spend our money and our time on things that actually get people off the street'
Piles of trash remain at the corner of Compton Ave and E 16th St., downtown. A spokesman for the Los Angeles Community Action Network, who had been campaigning for the new rules regarding property, said: 'I hope this is the signal this is the sign, the proverbial crossroads, that insists we spend our money and our time on things that actually get people off the street'
'In the interim, it is our hope that at least this provides some legal guardrails both for houseless people on the street as well as those public servants who are paid to treat the public humanely and responsibly' the spokesman added. Piles of trash remain at the corner of Compton Ave and E 16th St., downtown
'In the interim, it is our hope that at least this provides some legal guardrails both for houseless people on the street as well as those public servants who are paid to treat the public humanely and responsibly' the spokesman added. Piles of trash remain at the corner of Compton Ave and E 16th St., downtown
Dustin DeRollo, a union spokesman, said officers who patrol Skid Row 'walk through the feces, urine and trash'. Piles of trash remain at the corner of 10th and Naomi downtown
Dustin DeRollo, a union spokesman, said officers who patrol Skid Row 'walk through the feces, urine and trash'. Piles of trash remain at the corner of 10th and Naomi downtown
The six officers work in the Central Division station, where a state investigation into unsafe and unsanitary working conditions led to penalties and more than $5,000 in fines earlier this month, documents show.
The division polices downtown Los Angeles, including the notorious Skid Row area where hundreds of homeless people camp on the streets. The police union says homeless encampments must be cleaned up following the recent diagnosis and other cases where officers contracted hepatitis A and staph infections.
'The last thing I need is my members coming to work worried about contracting an infectious disease and bringing it home to their families,' Los Angeles Police Protective League treasurer Robert Harris said. 
Dustin DeRollo, a union spokesman, said officers who patrol Skid Row 'walk through the feces, urine and trash' - conditions that 'should alarm everyone and must be addressed.' 
The police union says homeless encampments must be cleaned up following the recent diagnosis and other cases where officers contracted hepatitis A and staph infections. A homeless man is pictured walking along a street lined with trash across the street from LAPD Central Community Police Station in downtown Los Angeles
The police union says homeless encampments must be cleaned up following the recent diagnosis and other cases where officers contracted hepatitis A and staph infections. A homeless man is pictured walking along a street lined with trash across the street from LAPD Central Community Police Station in downtown Los Angeles
In this May 29 photo homeless people move their belongings so city crews can disinfect and clean the area they were living in
In this May 29 photo homeless people move their belongings so city crews can disinfect and clean the area they were living in
'The last thing I need is my members coming to work worried about contracting an infectious disease and bringing it home to their families,' Los Angeles Police Protective League treasurer Robert Harris said
'The last thing I need is my members coming to work worried about contracting an infectious disease and bringing it home to their families,' Los Angeles Police Protective League treasurer Robert Harris said
A homeless man sleeps on the front walkway of LAPD Central Community Police Station. In an op ed for The LA Times Steve Lopez called it 'the collapse of a city that's lost control'. He called the city 'a giant trash receptacle'
A homeless man sleeps on the front walkway of LAPD Central Community Police Station. In an op ed for The LA Times Steve Lopez called it 'the collapse of a city that's lost control'. He called the city 'a giant trash receptacle'
An estimated 4,200 people live in the 50-block district known as Skid Row, many in tents and shantytowns. The city adopted a law in 2016 permitting authorities to clean up homeless sidewalk encampments and store items to be reclaimed later
An estimated 4,200 people live in the 50-block district known as Skid Row, many in tents and shantytowns. The city adopted a law in 2016 permitting authorities to clean up homeless sidewalk encampments and store items to be reclaimed later
A lawsuit claimed that tents, clothes, medication and other essentials were improperly being seized. A judge barred seizures unless the property is illegal, abandoned or threatens public safety
A lawsuit claimed that tents, clothes, medication and other essentials were improperly being seized. A judge barred seizures unless the property is illegal, abandoned or threatens public safety
In an op ed for The LA Times reporter Steve Lopez called it 'the collapse of a city that's lost control', writing: 'We've got thousands of people huddled on the streets, many of them withering away with physical and mental disease. 
'Sidewalks have disappeared, hidden by tents and the kinds of makeshift shanties you see in Third World places.'
He called the city 'a giant trash receptacle'.
The police union has demanded better protective equipment for officers and called for the station to be regularly sanitized.
The Police Department said exposed areas of the Central Division were being disinfected and officials were reviewing the state's 'concerning' report that found health violations at the station.  
The building lacked an effective extermination program and had 'rats/rodents, fleas, roaches, flies, gnats, mosquitoes and grasshoppers,' according to the state Division of Occupational Safety and Health's May 14 report.
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says typhoid fever isn't common in the U.S. but affects 22 million people annually in other countries.
It is different from typhus, which can spread from infected fleas and caused an outbreak earlier this year that sickened homeless people who live near City Hall and a deputy city attorney.
There have been other cases where officers contracted hepatitis A and staph infections the police union say
There have been other cases where officers contracted hepatitis A and staph infections the police union say 
'Sidewalks have disappeared, hidden by tents and the kinds of makeshift shanties you see in Third World places', one local reporter said. Pedestrians walk past a tent for the homeless on a sidewalk in Skid Row, downtown Los Angeles
'Sidewalks have disappeared, hidden by tents and the kinds of makeshift shanties you see in Third World places', one local reporter said. Pedestrians walk past a tent for the homeless on a sidewalk in Skid Row, downtown Los Angeles
Dr. Abinash Virk said homeless people could have a slightly higher risk of typhoid fever than others because of limited access to clean bathrooms or being immigrants from countries where the illness is more prevalent
Dr. Abinash Virk said homeless people could have a slightly higher risk of typhoid fever than others because of limited access to clean bathrooms or being immigrants from countries where the illness is more prevalent
An abandoned sleeping bag and blanket is left in on the grounds of Los Angeles City Hall across the street from Los Angeles Police Department headquarters
An abandoned sleeping bag and blanket is left in on the grounds of Los Angeles City Hall across the street from Los Angeles Police Department headquarters
A man gestures while seated beside a Skid Row painting on a sidewalk in downtown Los Angeles
A man gestures while seated beside a Skid Row painting on a sidewalk in downtown Los Angeles
Dr. Abinash Virk, an infectious disease specialist with the Mayo Clinic, said it's likely the officers were infected through contaminated food or drinks from the same cafeteria or restaurant.
She said homeless people could have a slightly higher risk of typhoid fever than others because of limited access to clean bathrooms or being immigrants from countries where the illness is more prevalent, but she doubted that the officers got sick from their work on Skid Row.
'You're not just going to get it from shaking hands,' she said. 
The LAPD said it only had reports of the confirmed case of typhoid fever and two other officers showing typhoid-like symptoms. The union says five officers are showing symptoms.
'Whether the issue is bad plumbing or something else, the mayor is working with the department to get to the bottom of this situation and will take every possible step to protect the health and safety of all our employees,' Alex Comisar, a spokesman for Mayor Eric Garcetti, said in a statement.

81 comments

  1. What a load of societal rubbish. These are the losers they should send off to war. America is done. And it is not the government's fault; it is the peoples' fault. Where are the military recruiters in this slum hole?

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  2. Finally, a voice of enlightenment.

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  3. The military does not need or want them. Unfortunately most of them are mentally gone.

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  4. This is Trump and past governments "Making America Great" again.

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  5. Exactly. And it's time we stop fearing the accusations of racism, and speak this truth loudly and often. We have precious little time left to prevent the globalists plan to destroy the great nations of the world.

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  6. When was socialism a success? Name ONE successful socialist country.....time's up...I knew you couldn't name one.

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  7. Yes a third world illegal immigrant hustling his trash hauling business.

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  8. OMG !! Even Haiti is not as bad ??

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  9. he is not "communist"...he is a muslim...communists in western world are useful idiots, helping muslim invasion

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  10. Germany, Norway, the United States, etc are partly socialist and have been for a long time. People living on the streets are absolutely not the result of socialism. I don't favor socialism, but I do favor the truth.

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  11. Yes...not homeless trash....but some idiot didn't want to pay a trash removal fee so they just dumped it in a vacant lot...

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  12. Sad fact is that most, if not all, developed countries have a growing number of homeless people. The cost of housing is a factor as is the lack of shelter for the less fortunate or mentally deficient. If these developed countries spent a percentage less on weapons and military they could reduce the problem.

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  13. But he IS A COMMUNIST all the same with his ideas on how to wreck America and turn it into a real shithole.....

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  14. No, no, no!...he is not a communist...he is a muslim, using communist ideas, to attract weak minded, to aid muslim invasion of western world countries...

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  15. This is worse than 3rd, World Countries. But then again those People don't have Welfare and Food Stamps or drug habits. They build places to live in and try to have some self-respect and survive the best they can.

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  16. WE WERE TOLD BY A CIA GUY THEY WOULD MAKE ANERICA HIGH ... HOOKED ON HAROINE 20 YEARS AGO.....SO HER IT IS...AMBASSADOR MOUNT.

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  17. NIW THE CIA WILL TRY AND START A FULL SCALE NUCLEAR WAR . . PRAY THEY FAIL...AMB MOUNT...

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  18. Fire fighters, police, and GARBAGE MEN.
    All Heroes.

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  19. your muslim friend obama did it...remember hope and change?...here it is...

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  20. The COMMUNISTS run California....duh

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  21. You are out of your mind, socialism fails everywhere it is tried. What is it you expect out of capitalism?
    Capitalism is about ideas and hard work, the freedom to advance your own ideas and build a buisness. You get out of capitalism what you are willing to put in.
    The only people who really support socialism in America, are those who invision getting something they do not have to work for.
    You want what others have, without having to work as hard.
    I make 85k a year, doing a job somebody provided me, because I did not want to take the risk, or deal with the pressures employers take on.

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  22. I am a constitutionalist who hates socialism you damn troll! And I am an American not a damnocrat or republican. God you are a stupid one! And I am against the taking of innocent life,born or unborn. Go to Hell!!! People like you on the right and the left who fall for false alternatives are our biggest problen. I detest insects like you who can not think rationally or logically. You are already conquered in your very small mind!
    Long Live The Republic!

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  23. Socialism I’d democratic by nature? What liberal college professor filled you full of that tripe? What is democratic about taking the fruits of one’s labor, and giving it to somebody who did not earn it?
    Half the people singing the praises of socialism, have yet to get out and work, and give up 30k in taxes to fund what others don’t put in a dime for. Socialism is democratic? Whichever liberal educator filled you full of that schiittt should be shipped off to Cuba or Venezuela .

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  24. Capitalism is private monopoly. Socialism is government monopoly. Both are false choices! Free Enterprise and The Republic!!!

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  25. Do I consider it a success story?
    Why don’t you ask the MILLIONS that put their lives at risk to get here from the socialistic countries?

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  26. Really, what are you willing to do to get along with conservatives who do NOT share your vision of socialism in America?
    What are you willing to do to get along with people who believe a women had her right to choose, before she got pregnant?
    What do you plan to do to get along with people who believe a wide open border, and free entitlementsto all who come, paid for by the U.S tax payers, is not sustainable? Tell us how you plan to get along with those who are sick and tired of being called racist?

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  27. You are an America, wow, how dramatic, we are all Americans who have a drastically different views of America. You either share liberal views or conservative views, then you pick the party which best reflects your views. They are NOT interchangeable or the same.

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  28. Lyndon B. Johnson enacted his 'Model Cities' program in selected major cities shortly after JFK's assassination. Government would now decide who could live and work where, determine zoning, manage schools, etc. Small businesses were crushed under the weight of bureaucracy and taxes, and their mostly white owners fled to the relative safety of the suburbs. Inner cities became havens for the poor and minority. Property values plummeted, crime and unemployment skyrocketed. In other words, a total disaster. Instead of admitting their error, Washington doubled down, expanding the program to every major city in the nation. Coincidentally, this flawed program has been a mainstay of Democrat leadership in our cities ever since.

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  29. You miss the point entirely, calling me a troll avoids the question. You have two sides with totally different views of what America should be, how do you get along with that?
    In the past democratic and Republican had the same goals, a better America, now one side wants to transform the country into something it has never been, you tell me, how do you “get along” with people who want a total change of the country you believe in?
    If you are a constitutionalist then stop telling me I need to get along with those who want to destroy or re-write it.

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  30. Capitalism is the freedom to create your own idea for a buisness and create it. That usually comes with an 18 hour day, something I was never willing to do.
    It also comes with a loan, and risk of your own money. If you fail, you fail alone, if you succeed, you live with little socialists claiming you were lucky and should give them the fruits of your labor and risk.

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  31. Long live the Republic? You mean by “getting” along with the Americans that want to tear down the electoral college? Get along with those who want a country without borders?
    You better pick a side in this fight and quit with the Rodney King “can’t we all get along” mantra
    Get along with those who WILL abolish the 2nd Amendment?

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  32. I’m astounded that you cannot see the real differences and blame this on some clandestine effort to keep us divided. The left in this country is trying to change this country into something it has never been, it is their policies that are dividing this nation. Traditional Constitutionalist you claim? My god, you better wake up.

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  33. No, most of it is homeless garbage, I see much of the same where there is no vehicle access.

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  34. In the case of homelessness in America, it is drug addiction that is the main culprit,,how many Hispanics you seeing living under tarps? 90% are white.

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  35. How on Earth do you think dems and gop are the same on international issues? Where does that even come from..start with Israel, you see no difference?
    You see no difference in the New Word Order and Trump’s America First? Really, you see no difference?

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  36. Zionism? How on Earth do you see drug addiction and homelessness as the fault of the Jewish or Israel? You are so typical of a pseudo liberal just throwing leftist catch phrases around,

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  37. How many here commenting even live or work around these messes?
    This has nothing to do with capitalism or socialism, nothing to do with the economy or unaffordable housing, it is drug addiction and the related mental illness.
    Right around the same time America started legalizing marijuana, the cartel increased their importation of potent heroine and meth, now we have an epidemic of opiate users unable to function.
    I live in an area that is heavily Hispanic, and yet see very few Hispanic homless, this has nothing to do with economics.

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  38. No, the government is only part of the hate problem in America, identity politics played by democrats, is far worse.

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  39. Duh....just come out and say it already. The Democrats that run any city are COMMUNISTS... https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0f4c8841f692769fbf5223e14c08eb47cdd745ee2aa461708bbe1c6f2de12afc.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8e201ba365590c00e4b28e431dbfc118bcef1873933e4497a170b56860bc7587.jpg

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  40. You are inflicting misery & suffering on the world in the name of Zionism. Noticed you not the millions who have fled your war zones in the middle east? And the bulging refugee camps?
    As for inhumane death & slaughter I like many pray for future civil wars and lawlessness to come down on you.

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  41. DEMOCRATS, DEMOCRATS, DEMOCRATS, LIBERALS, LIBERALS. LIBERALS...THIS IS WHAT YOU GET
    NEXT LIBERAL THAT SAYS ANYTHING GETS KNOCKED TO the FLOOR

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  42. This is the result of what you have been inflicting on the world in the name of Zionism coming back at you.

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  43. Democrat, Republican, Capitalist, socialist, Another sad fact is that as for the few hundred years of immigration that has re populated the USA, all the immigrants have been used against each other as expendable fodder by the 1% that control the economy. They let those who trust in political ideology believe that they are elevating themselves to "middle class" and then they crash the economy wiping out most of these middle class "gains". Then the cycle starts again.

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  44. Why don't Hollywood Celebrities COMPLAIN about this openly and DEMAND the streets be cleaned up? They can carry on about Donald all day long...but what about THEIR OWN BACKYARD for a change? Let's see Cher say something about the filth in LA!!!! Yeah, sure, when hell freezes over... Complaining about LA does not get the same MSM coverage as shitting on Donald daily....

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  45. And yet, the Left demands we take in more refugees, especially from Africa and Latin America where they have an abundance of land and housing.

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  46. Give 'em bus tickets to Sacramento.

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  47. Stop making excuses for Democrat policies. Plenty of money has been thrown at these people; it's just been improperly spent by idiotic socialists.

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  48. This is the result of failed socialism.

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  49. All the heroine and meth flowing over the border is creating this. You notice once America got on the legal pot train, the Mexican stepped up the opiate smuggling. Notice how this homeless crisis came around as more of America began to grow pot here?
    Like a good neighbor, Mexico is there. As if importing their poverty to the U.S weren’t enough, now they pump America full of poison, and yet our Congress still stands mute and refuses to build a wall.

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  50. Trump does not run California, you blithering idiot. The federal government does not run California.

    California progressive leftists run it, and they made it a sanctuary state.

    How's that working out for ya?

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  51. Los Angeles -- all I can say is ENJOY that diversity you coveted and enabled.

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  52. look closely at the photos of actual trash - tires, furniture, mirrors with frames - that kind of trash is not homeless trash, that kind of trash is assholes with trucks dumping their trash in empty lots.

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  53. "something common at the root of these problems"


    They all have majority 3rd World, i.e. non-White, populations. 3rd World populations can only create 3rd World conditions.



    Demographics is destiny.

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  54. but don't get me wrong - i am not suggesting that the homeless are not responsible for their own filth - there is plenty of homeless filth all around as well.

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  55. Also 'press on' solid forklift tires. Those come from a warehouse business. I've never seen a homeless guy with a forklift.

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  56. Socialism and capitalism are both false bankster isms. America is a Republic and we are supposed to be Free Enterprise not crapitalists. And damnocracy is a trap! Quit falling for false solutions People! Long Live The Republic and The Bill of Rights!

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  57. The 3rd World Hordes are the political power base for the Homo-Globo-Corpo-Marxist governments in most US cities. The Homo-Globo-Corpo-Marxist governments protect White bums and and encourage their degenerate lifestyles.

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  58. Hate to inform you but the new deal kicked the constitution to the curb, they rule us under admiralty law. That's why they can do blatantly unconstitutional things and nothing is done about it, they are using a different system where what they do actually isn't illegal.

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  59. .....but we're all gonna DIE in 11.5 years!!!!!

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  60. DemoNcRATS beget RATS. During WW II the U.S. Army listed democracies as the enemy of the republic.
    DEMONS, are $atanists - they enjoy eating babies, drinking babies blood -
    MUSLIMS / ARABS = NAZIS = $atanists.
    EVIL BE GONE

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  61. The district of criminals is the enemy of America and the World. This is more Divide and Conquer. Would not be happening if we did not have a Criminal Government.
    Quit being Dems or Republicans! Start being Americans!!!

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  62. The US Government is the biggest drug pusher in the world and Cannabis has nothing to do with that.
    CIA,Air America,China White,Afghanistan! Get educated! And by the way,it is heroin. A HEROINE is a female hero not a drug!

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  63. Liberals want to save the world but can't even save their own cities.

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  64. Stop wasting $700 billion every year on the Military and fake wars and start using it to build houses and apartments for these people.

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  65. All I can say is WOW. Let's do a quick analysis....let's analyze all of the places with 'problems' like this and determine which political party has ran that place and for how long. I bet there is a strong correlation....and I know that correlation does not always mean causation but I bet there is something common at the root of these problems and in the correlated data set.

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  66. Why not build a place where people can bath, wash their clothes and even wash their tents? Place industrial sized dumpsters along the road / sidewalks so that people can clean up after themselves. Create clean food distribution areas. It isn't really hard to visualize. Too bad that greedy politicians cannot get rich off the backs of people who are this poor.

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  67. and Kabbalah: The Marxists at play, Bolsheviks some say, all sides paid to parlay, divide and fool their golden rule, the country targeted for invasion of the dark side persuasion, and all going according to hidden hand plans, City Hall deep in the scams.

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  68. That would be...the District of Cabbala.

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  69. The most dangerous rat vectors are in Studio City.

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  70. Repubs or dems it's all the same on national and international issues. They use everything else to divide us and make us hate each other!
    The district of criminals is the Root. Strike The Root!

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  71. They only care about themselves. Walls around their mansions, armed chauffeurs and body guards. Paid if they work or not, a pension/insurance plan pions only dream of. The F'ers are just waiting to run.

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  72. And the young dummies around us can't see socialism in action.

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  73. Well that explains all the people dressed in "period" clothing from all times that I've been seeing everywhere since then. I thought it was a new fad, I guess they are dead people and you are forever in what you die in. Note to self, buy more dapper clothes.

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  74. Hi Mike. I'd agree with you, but FWF has a point. Upon the election of DJT the GOP had a majority in both legislatures and no resistance from the SCOTUS, yet they accomplished nothing. The Fed could have been brought to heel, the wars overseas could have been stopped, the illegal immigration problem could have been dealt with and yet nothing happened. John McCain prevented the end of the ACA. If the two parties are not working in concert to keep the country in constant turmoil it is a divine accident that the malaise continues. The left is being aided and abetted in its efforts to change the country by a clandestine movement on the right. If you don't believe it, how did the legislation allowing indefinite detention get passed through three administrations by overwhelming (99-1 in the US Senate) majorities. How did a defense budget that is publicly $750 billion plus (the black stuff they don't even tell us how much) get passed on the guide of "the war on terror"? How did Bush get the "Patriot Act" passed which has little to do with terror and a great deal to do with surveillance and citizenry control? Our government is about paying homage to corporations and making money for politicians, not passing legislation that is principled or Constitutional. FWF isn't 100% right, but he's closer to the truth than you are.

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  75. No I don't see any difference. Dims and Gops both send Israel money and condone murder of Palestinians. NAFTA and the MCTA are essentially the same. Trump is picking fights for resource and money reasons just like the Obama did. Clinton=Bosnia, Bush=Afghanistan/Iraq, Obama=Afghanistan/Syria, Trump=Iran/Venezuela, no difference on international issues. America first? No elite/bankers first. Israel first. Trump has folded on every issue he was elected to change. Ask Hillary.

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  76. Clean up America? That would be 'anti semitism'.

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  77. Clean up America? That would be 'anti semitism'....

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