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South Carolina City Implements Law that Requires a $120 Permit to Feed Homeless People

by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkreig

Gandhi famously noted that:

The greatness of a society and its moral progress can be judged by the way it treats its animals.

I would agree with that, as well as the obvious observation that a society’s greatness can also be judged by how it treats its most vulnerable members. This isn’t to romanticize homelessness or to condemn it. It is merely to note that the homeless are fellow human beings going through their own struggles and difficulties. You may not want to provide them food, but some people do, and there should never be an infringement upon such a basic human right as sharing food with someone who needs it.

Civil rights are often lost in societies by politicians scapegoating unpopular minorities. This happened with jews, gypsies, etc in Nazi Germany and we must be very careful the same does not happen here. One human being should be able to voluntarily give food to another in all cases, without exception. The concept of a permit needed that costs $120 per week is fascist, anti-human and downright evil.

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1 comment to South Carolina City Implements Law that Requires a $120 Permit to Feed Homeless People

  • Sergio of the Jungle

    Government scumbags, here to help,. Stealing from the mouths of the needy is like taking candy from a baby, for them.. There is no limit to their theft.

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