Have you seen the videos on YouTube of Kensington Avenue in Philadelphia?
I was truly shocked.
It’s something out of a science-fiction movie.
No matter how bad you thought the homeless situation was in the United States, Kensington Avenue is far worse.
Of course, I always knew that it was a challenged area.
Even when I was in my late teens and took the train down to Center City Philadelphia, I could see the poverty.
But Kensington Avenue is on a whole new level today.
I think I get it now. I think I understand the plan that our elites have for us.
In the days when I was a boy people who were mentally challenged were given an opportunity to live a safe and structured life within a mental institution.
That option exists to a far lesser degree.
Our elites have decided instead to construct open air mental hospitals that stretch for miles.
They just didn’t tell us they were going to do that.
I suppose the elites can’t figure out any way to make money off the incarceration of the mentally challenged.
Yes, it must be that because their rip-off insurance companies don’t want to pay for outpatient psychological services either.
So they have allowed the mentally challenged to live a homeless life on the streets of Philadelphia and nearly every other city of United States.
Now, you would think our elites would jump at the chance to make money off the mentally ill just as they’ve managed to make money by warehousing criminals.
But they have decided instead that they serve little purpose.
So they have created a self-cleaning mechanism for eliminating them from society.
Out on the streets, the mentally ill are sure to die a quicker death.
Somehow this must suit the economic interests of the elites as almost nothing comes to pass in our society today unless a corporation can make some money off it.
If there are no profits to be made, well, that’s tough luck, Charlie.
So why is it that our elites don’t invest in mental hospitals? Don’t corporations stand to make a bundle by warehousing them?
Well, they could make a few bucks, but there’s probably more bucks involved in destroying an entire community.
Having the mentally ill and homeless out on the streets increases the need for more police and more public services.
Plus, having the homeless purchase drugs is good money.
A little prostitution wouldn’t hurt either.
It contributes to the apocalyptic effect that keeps people on edge, in fear and more likely to ask the government to fix it.
A healthy community means less crime. Less crime means less prisoners for the corporate prison racket. Less crime means less money for the welfare plantation racket.
Thus the open air mental hospitals that exist on Kensington Avenue and in nearly every other city in United States.
Not giving proper care to the mentally ill is good for Corporate America.
That’s what counts in America.