Sunday, March 25, 2012

Government, once again, watching your money very carefully

 LAW, SHUCKS: Andres Perez is part of a city-funded program teaching people to break into vacant properties.

Picture the Homeless, a Bronx nonprofit that has received at least $240,000 in taxpayer money in the last five years, is giving a crash course on squatting — and city-owned buildings are a prime target.

Two weeks ago, board member Andres Perez held a teach-in on how to wrest “control” of vacant apartments. He called it “homesteading.”

“The best time to enter a building is in the late hours,” he advised a group of about 20, who gathered in front of the half-empty East New York housing complex Arlington Village. 

“You make sure you have your proper tools. You remove the chains and padlock, and then you go in.”
He then led them through the next steps — including filling out a change-of-address form at the post office and setting up utilities. After that, “nine out of 10 times the courts will allow you to be able to have control of the property,” he said. More here:

That's right, jackasses, we're stealing your money.  And after we steal it we use it to teach scumballs how to steal your property ... and it's all "legal" see? Yes, cutting off chains and padlocks and entering property which doesn't belong to you is so legal that "nine out of 10 times the courts will award you control of the property."  Oh yes, this makes plenty of sense.

LMAO, this crapstain doesn't have a job so he makes up his own ... and he makes you pay him.  And his job is stealing more of your money and property.

And how does this happen?  Because government morons just shovel your cash out the door without so much as a second thought, that's why.  They think they're "doing good" with your money ... because, hey, asshole ... what were YOU going to do with the money anyway?  Probably just throw it away on some unnecessary gasoline or something.

Isn't government great?  How about our justice system?  No need of reform whatsoever, right?

I just love it when someone takes money from me and then, instead of being grateful and putting it to good use, uses my own money and resources to do me more harm.

That's what's so great about idiot-libs ... they think they'll be able to continue this behavior forever and the stupid public will never wise up.  I must admit, so far they've been right.

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