Because some people are no better than pigeons…anti-vagrancy spikes


I was checking out a story about how anti-homeless spikes in London was catching a lot of buzz.BBC among others I found the whole saga to be pitiful.

“We should be offering practical and emotional support to help the most vulnerable get back on their feet. We should not be sending them the message that they are pests that need to be warded off.”

“Humans deserve to be treated like humans regardless of their social situation.” Daily Mirror


Homeless is such an abused word that takes away from a cause so worthy it should in fact infuriate the douchebags that petitioned for the spikes removal.

Protecting property as well as persons is not a blanket absolution of working on societies problems. Telling someone they should not be allowed to deploy measures to deter vagrants sleeping,urinating and defecating  on their property because it is inhumane is lunacy.

There is a difference between homeless and bum. In a world where people like to tweak labels and abolish words that confront their agendas we have sadly lost bum and all it is about. Whether we call them bums,vagrants or human pigeons it really does not matter the fact remains they are a nuisance that must be confronted as surely as homelessness needs to be.

The protection of private property,public spaces and social harmony can never take a back seat to emotion driven drivel masked as human compassion and nobility. In London as is true in most metro’s measures such as the anti-vagrancy spikes.

Shame on those who put societies pigeons above the humans.

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  1. jonolan says:

    What these bleeding-hearts ignore is that the most vulnerable in society are also the most worthless and often the most detrimental to society.

    But then, the Leftists’ real problem is with private property. How the shufflers’ are treated is just a guise.

  2. Alfie says:

    This post is what comes from posting from a phone,sloppy to say.
    Thanks for adding on with your comment though. It’s closer is too true.

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