Tuesday, July 3, 2018

San Francisco Convention Canceled Over Dirty Streets, Homeless

A large medical convention that has been coming to San Francisco since the 1980s is looking for a new host city because of the dirty streets and the homeless issue plaguing the area, according to San Francisco Travel, the city's convention and visitors bureau, reports KRON TV.

A friend of mine is the general manager of one of the largest hotels in San Francisco. He tells me that the number one complaint from hotel guests is the homeless situation.

The problem is most acute in the downtown area near the major hotels and if you make a wrong turn, within two blocks, you are in the thick of it in the Tenderloin district.

Whenever a mayor attempts to clean up the streets, the crazed lefties howl and file lawsuits preventing any cleanup.

Here's a peek:




It should be noted that none of this floats into the private sector. The Westfield San Franciso Centre mall is in the heart of it, homeless sleep right outside the Bart station entrance to the mall but the private security keep the filthy out of the mall itself which houses, among other stores, Bloomingdale's, Abercrombie & Fitch, Burberry, Amazon Pop-Up, Bose, Godiva Chocolatier, Banana Republic, Nordstrom, Rolex and Tiffany's. The #PPS works, or even being close to it works, because the lefties can't muck it up and if we really let the private sector alone private charity combined with respect for private property would solve the homeless problem in no time.

-RW  

11 comments:

  1. "Whenever a mayor attempts to clean up the streets, the crazed lefties howl and file lawsuits preventing any cleanup."

    So an elected official tries to use government coercion and gets defeated? It sounds like you should be ecstatic Wenzel.

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  2. I don't get it. On what basis are the private institutions allowed to discriminate against the homeless?

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  3. So it upsets some that there dirty homeless people (bums) all over the streets of SF but then this same group is okay with millions of illegal immigrants bringing filth and squalor to the entire country.

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    1. Unlike the bums, and you, the immigrants work.

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    2. Welcome to Target Liberty.

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    3. --- but then this same group is okay with millions of illegal immigrants bringing filth and squalor to the entire country. ---

      Immigrants don't bring filth nor squalor, they bring labor the Market demands.

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    4. "Immigrants don't bring filth nor squalor"

      LOL. You're just so used to it that you don't recognize the difference. The area around Fiesta at 45 and Airline is a rathole, but you love it because all the signs are written in Spanish and you don't have to run everything through Google Translate to pretend like you belong.

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    5. Re: Paul Hansen,

      ── You're just so used to it that you don't recognize the difference. ──

      That's funny. It's like a bad "Yo Mama's So Fat" joke, so bad it's almost good.

      ── The area around Fiesta at 45 and Airline is a rathole ──

      Opinions, opinions. Interesting that you would think of Fiesta 45 and Airline, considering Houston is almost as big in size as Mexico City.

      ── but you love it because all the signs are written in Spanish ──

      And that means immigrants bring filth and squalor? Because they write their signs in Spanish?

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    6. Yeah, Torres is some sort of Central American troll. Always anti-white and pro dirt-world immigration. Heck, he might not even know what indoor plumbing and toilets are in his shack. Probably has to kill a chicken each night for dinner and is jealous of the awesome prosperity whites are capable of producing.

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  4. The "homeless" are the perfect strategy for politicians. Combined with the reality of the "tragedy of the commons" the "homeless" provide a perfect opportunity for politicians to achieve their ultimate goal: plucking the most golden feathers with a minimum of hissing. In this case all hissing is to be directed at the "disgusting" "homeless" (there are too many conflicting political agencies to effectively point a finger at any one), while the politicians stuff their pockets with more golden feathers (taxes). The "homeless" problem will never be solved, its too much of a cash cow.

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    1. I agree. The state loves to manufacture actual crises or publicize faux crises, and then tell you that only it can solve them for you: Y2K, communism, Islamic terrorism, immigration, Japanese domination, Chinese domination, global warming, etc.

      As the great Harry Browne once said “The government is good at one thing. It knows how to break your legs, and then hand you a crutch and say, 'See if it weren't for the government, you wouldn't be able to walk.”

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