Diversity can solve the homeless problem

It’s hard to fathom how I missed this benefit of Diversity all these years. It turns out that Diversity can provide a solution to the homeless problem:

NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York police have charged a man with murder for using a metal pipe to beat four fellow homeless men to death as they slept in the city’s Chinatown district, authorities said on Sunday.

Randy Santos, 24, was charged with four counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of unlawful possession of marijuana, said New York City Police Department spokesman Martin Brown…

The suspect’s mother, Fioraliza Rodriguez, told the New York Daily News that she had kicked her son out of her house three years ago because he was addicted to drugs, assaulted her and his grandfather and stole from the family.

Yes, immigrants (and their kids) are doing the jobs that Americans won’t do.

The reality is that the vast majority of violent crime, in New York, is perpetrated by blacks and Hispanics.

Meanwhile, old white men are still a thorn in the side of civilized society, as my friend Diversity Chronicle reports:

It happened at Super Groceries Organic and Vegan Market, in Tulsa Oklahoma, last Sunday. An elderly white male, one George Thompson-Ehrlichman, age 83, collapsed in the juice aisle of the grocery store. This occurred while several mothers, who have the most difficult job in the world, were shopping for juice for their infant children. Suffering a massive heart attack, the man lay on the floor for what seemed like an eternity, inconveniencing several female shoppers, who were forced to carefully maneuver their shopping carts around him. One witness shared the following account. “The man just lay down on the floor, his legs far apart, he was practically covering the entire aisle. I thought that I wouldn’t be able to get around him, only by very carefully maneuvering the cart was I able to do so. It was very traumatic for me really. I had to take the next day off from work as a mental health day.”

Of course, the usual White racists, and the manosphere, have already sprung to George’s defense. They are offering up every absurd excuse they can for him…


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6 Responses to Diversity can solve the homeless problem

  1. scannersliveinvain says:

    He arrived here from the Dominican Republic only 4 years ago and already had 14 arrests.

  2. I says:

    There is something disturbing about “Diversity can solve the homeless problem”.

    I’ve always thought that the immigration problem could be solved by simply having a sponsor for each immigrant. A sponsor that would be responsible for the immigrant, and equally share legal and social repercussions. So if the immigrant gets a ticket, the sponsor pays as well. Welfare recipient, the sponsors pays that.

    • jewamongyou says:

      Yes, it occurred to me that this post might be a bit distasteful. As for your solution, it might still lead to a snowball effect. Once there are so many immigrants from a specific country, they can sponsor more and more of their people, as their financial clout increases.

  3. countenance says:

    Or maybe homelessness is solving the diversity problem?

  4. Sophie says:

    Let me give you a radical suggestion, can it be that poor, unemployed, hopeless people commit crime? Because I don’t see a lot of black or hispanic doctors, lawyers, teachers or Police officers committing high levels of crime.

    Everywhere you go in the world the crime is committed by young men from lower class, even in homogenous societies. Russia is pretty much 100% homogenous, and it’s an extremely violent country with high crime from corruption, murder to petty theft. The same thing in part of Italy that have been captured by what some like to call “organized crime” and others might call it “gangs” for over one hundred years.

    • jewamongyou says:

      You’re right. But, it’s the government’s primary responsibility to protect its citizens from violent migrants. This man should never have been allowed entry into the US. He should have remained Dominican Republic’s problem, not ours.

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