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Update posted by Joseph F Barber On Jun 29, 2016

A Very Disappointing Response To Our Appeal

To protect my Independence I will accept no Governmental funds

FREEDOM OR ANARCHY,Campaign of Conscience. & veterans project depends on readers to help offset the cost of ur contributions to the communty at large

To protect my Independence I will accept no Governmental funds,We Can Not Exist Without YOUR Support

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For those that want to see there donation go to something f value to these less fortunate we build SURVIVAL PACKS It is our goal to feed and provide as many service packs to the homeless veterans and citizens & children,A short Video of our service packs can be viewed @ as well as the multiple services we have at our disposal to every one of these fine souls as we can given the support of the people

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Update posted by Joseph F Barber On Jun 06, 2016

New Report: Suicide Kills Almost 5 Times as Many U.S. Troops as Combat Does

New Report: Suicide Kills Almost 5 Times as Many U.S. Troops as Combat Does
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A new report by the United States Department of Defence (DoD) has revealed that suicide death among troops on combat missions on foreign lands, is higher than actual combat death among troops. Actual combat death is death recorded during fighting ‘enemy’ troops. Suicide death is committed by the troops themselves, who take their own lives due to some factors.

The disturbing report is the DoD 2014 calendar year Suicide Event Report (DoDSER), which details the number of suicide attempts and deaths of United States service members. The report only focused on the 2014 calendar year.

According to the details, in all of 2014, a total of 55 United States troops, in both hostile and non-hostile situations, lost their lives in foreign occupations. On the other hand, the number of soldiers who killed themselves is nearly 5 times this number.

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The DoDSER revealed that in 2014, there were 269 deaths by suicide among active component service members. This figure was slightly higher than the previous year. In 2013, 259 suicide deaths were recorded among troops on combat missions in abroad.

Since the 2014 report was made public, some observers have expressed grave concern about the increasing rise of suicide death among service members. Observers say that apart from even the active members taking their own lives, when they retire from the service, the situation worsens. This observation made by commentators is true, looking at the statistics below.

In a 2012 report put out by the Veterans Administration, it was estimated that up to 22 veterans a day, kill themselves. That is 8,000 lives a year; almost one per hour. For attempted suicides, the number skyrockets to 19,000 attempts, of which 8,000 result in ending their own lives.

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Observers acknowledge that there are a number of factors contributing to this increasing rate of suicides, but they argue strongly that the major cause is the trauma from war. Due to the killings and the destruction of human lives involved in war, the consequence is huge. Some service members (both active and ex) experience nightmares, disturbing them to the point that they have no option than to take their own lives to put an end to the suffering. Many ex and current servicemen have told of some of these horrible experiences.

A honorably discharged veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Matt Agorist who has been very critical of wars waged by the United States on foreign lands, wrote on the Free Though Project that service members are used and discarded by the few elites who sit in Washington DC, authorizing needless and useless wars for their own selfish gains.

“Our brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, and mothers and fathers are contracted by the state and used as cannon fodder for special interests and the expansion of imperialism. Those who refuse to join are enslaved into the ranks via conscription, and the rest of society calls those who fight this conscription, cowards. When the state is done with its pawns of empire, it disposes of them like spent military gear,”Agorist wrote.

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From a holistic perspective, it’s clear that Mr Agorist’s assertion is the hard truth. The Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates that nearly 50,000 veterans are homeless on any given night. Another 140,000 are currently in jail, many of them for victimless crimes like drug possession. The statistics also shows that veterans are often the target of unjust attention from law enforcement.

It is even said that on multiple occasions, the Department of Homeland Security has referred to veterans as potential terrorists, noting that they pose a real threat to national security.

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AS TRUE PATRIOTS THESE ARE THE PRINCIPLES ON WHICH WE STAND: GOD, CONSTITUTION, COUNTRY AND OUR NATIONS VETERANS. GOD IS FIRST AND FOREMOST WITH US. FOR APART FROM GOD THERE IS NO FREEDOM ! THOSE WHO REFUSE TO BE GOVERNED BY GOD SHALL BE RULED BY TYRANTS!!!



THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 'CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS'. OUR RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND LIBERTIES ARE UNALIENABLE MEANING THEY ARE ENDOWED ON US BY OUR CREATOR, GOD ALONE! WE HAVE NO OTHER AUTHORITY TO WHICH WE MUST GO IN ORDER TO HAVE AND EXERCISE OUR RIGHTS. OUR CONSTITUTION SERVES 'ONLY' AS A WRITTEN GUARANTEE FROM GOVERNMENT THAT IT WILL NOT INFRINGE ON OUR GOD GIVEN RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND LIBERTIES !!!



OUR COUNTRY WAS BUILT ON CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES. THEY ARE THE CORNERSTONE OF OUR SUCCESS AS A COUNTRY. A COUNTRY WITHOUT GOD IS AS A SHIP WITHOUT A RUDDER TOSSED TOO AND FRO BY THE STORMS OF THIS WORLD TO END ONLY IN SHIPWRECK. AS TRUE PATRIOTS WE MUST STAND IN PLACE OF THAT MISSING RUDDER STEERING OUR COUNTRY BACK TO GOD AND OUR CONSTITUTION!!!



WE MUST ALWAYS REMEMBER TO HONOR OUR NATIONS VETERANS, THOSE WHO HAVE MADE THE NECESSARY SACRIFICES UP TO AND INCLUDING THE GIVING OF ONES LIFE IN DEFENSE OF OUR GOD, CONSTITUTION AND COUNTRY! IT IS A DEBT WE CAN NEVER REPAY! THEY DESERVE BOTH HONOR AND RESPECT AND IT IS OUR GOAL TO SEE THAT THEY GET IT!!!



Founder Veterans Project , Joseph F Barber God Bless and thank you for listening

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Update posted by Joseph F Barber On Jun 05, 2016

A little about us... We are non-sectarian, non-partisan Individuals to ignite discussion on our world and in our communities, to educate our world about the injustice of aggressive violence and hunger . We believe that in order to reach out to our peers most effectively, we cannot stand on religious arguments alone, and we cannot adhere entirely to one political side in our currently polarized culture. We believe that the consistent life ethic is not for any one religious group or for any one political position, but rather for everyone dedicated to human rights, life and dignity. No matter your reason for believing in the inherent value of human life, we hope you can join us, and through our efforts we can together endeavor to make violence unthinkable - - - to make it history! YOU CAN BE A PARTNER FOR PEACE AND ALL LIFE

I spent a lot of the time when I was homeless sleeping "in the rough" which is another way of saying outdoors. I've been asked a lot of times why I didn't just stay in homeless shelters. The two answers many homed people often give as to why homeless people don't use shelters is that either such people are drug users and drug use is against homeless shelter rules or that some people refuse to follow rules pertaining to check in and checkout. The issue is pretty complex, but no, I was neither using drugs nor too defiant to obey the rules.

It is our goal to feed and provide as many service packs to the homeless veterans and citizens & children as well as the multiple services we have at our disposal to every one of these fine souls as we can given the support of the people

Act now - Become A Supporting member of humanity to help end hunger and violence in our country We need another more support to reach our goal of $15,000 so we ask you to take a moment and drop something in the hat. in support of a true non violence and change

Please provide whatever you can- $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100- To Use your debit/credit card or check click here

Joseph F Barber is the Executive Director and founder of veterans project.,

After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Miami, Mr barber went on to complete his Education in constitutional law,and Mechanical engineering and metal working,Was and honor graduate of the Aberdeen Proving Grounds metal workers school U.S.Army 44b10. And a small Business owner Tradesmen Services,Mr Barber implements a full service for participants of veterans project who are homeless and veterans of all America's wars

Since founding veterans Project in early 2013,Mr Barber has taken on the overall operation of Veterans Project Social Services Program including strategic planning, development, and implementation of programs and ensuring quality services are rendered to low-income and homeless individuals, for homeless Veterans, and services for homeless children and veterans

I am my brothers keeper is nonprofit faith-based, public partnership dedicated to enhancing services for economically disadvantaged individuals and families , including the homeless, veterans, and at-risk youth. In 2013 veterans project was founded and has taken the leadership role to provide services to help families move from poverty to economic mobility. Our hope is that through our program and services those who are impoverished will find sufficient resources for education, health and wellness, spiritual direction, and ultimately economic mobility and self-sufficiency.Knowledge, Education for Your Success

Share Our Strengths and our Education with the world No matter your reason for believing in the inherent value of human life, we hope you can join us, and through our efforts we can together endeavor to make violence unthinkable - - - to make it history! YOU CAN BE A PARTNER FOR PEACE AND ALL LIFE

I am my brother's keeper.

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Update posted by Joseph F Barber On Jun 04, 2016

Vets Need Better Options Than the VA

Here’s one federal employee who won’t be leaving “public service” to make millions in the private sector. Unless being the star in a dunk tank pays much better than I previously thought.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald entered the realm of PR legend when he told reporters Disneyland doesn’t measure wait time for its customers, so why should the VA?

One reason keeping a handle on dwell time in the VA queue might be a good idea is, as far as my research can determine, not one person has died waiting to ride the Indiana Jones Adventure (although Harrison Ford has visibly aged).

The worst that can happen to customers in a Disneyland wait line is the occasional case of measles, which President Trump assures us will be as scarce as Mexicans after he takes office.

Waiting lines at the VA are considerably more dangerous. In 2013 alone, 40 veterans died waiting for their appointment with a VA doctor.

Contrary to what McDonald would have us believe, wait time is very important for Disneyland. The mouse monitors wait time because unhappy customers won’t return and neither will their money. It’s common for amusement parks to put signs along the line estimating how much longer until the kids stop screaming: “Wait from this point approximately 30 minutes.”

The VA equivalent in its queue would be “From this point you’ll see Jesus before you see a VA doctor.” The only way waiting at the VA could be worse is if the lines were “managed” by TSA.

On second thought, this might be an improvement. At least the vets would get an X–ray while they move through the line, which is more than one can say for the VA.

In a perverse way customer disservice is an incentive for McDonald’s organization. Patients are entered on the cost part of the VA balance sheet. If they are happy with their experience, there’s a danger they might return and cost even more.

Disgruntled VA customers are often next found at the funeral parlor, which takes them off the balance sheet altogether.

Even if McDonald made reducing wait times a priority, the public couldn’t be sure the information was accurate. The VA is expert at the third type of lie: The statistic.

At Disneyland calculating when a customer’s wait begins is easy, the clock starts when the customer begins waiting.

That’s not how it works at the VA. Those numbers looked bad, so the standard was changed. Formerly the wait calculation began when an optimistic vet contacted the VA to make an appointment. Now the calculation starts when the VA gets around to returning his call.

Consequently the new stats allow McDonald to claim wait time has been reduced.

To get an idea of how well this works in the real world see my column on the vet who committed suicide waiting for a call back from a suicide “hotline” by clicking here.https://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2016/0...

One of the reasons McDonald is such a typical Obama administration functionary is he lives in a fantasy world, too. McDonald runs an organization that has been roasted in Congress and media for putting vets on waiting lists, lying about how long they’re on the list, covering up the vets that died waiting and refusing to discipline the employees responsible.

That alone makes wait time an issue for the rest of the country, vets and all. But not for McDonald. He doesn’t have to wait for his medical care, so he doesn’t see why it’s such a big deal. Instead he says, “What we should be measuring is the veteran’s satisfaction. What really counts is how does the veteran feel about their encounter with the VA?”

Besides moving the emphasis from time, which is hard and fast, to satisfaction, which is nebulous, another advantage of this benchmark is satisfaction is not a metric one usually associates with the dead. Therefore, fewer complaints.

The Veterans Administration is obdurate, incompetent and arrogant. As Civil War Sec. of War Henry Halleck said in reference to the Army of the Potomac, which rarely moved under Gen. George McClellan’s command, “There is an immobility here that exceeds all that any man can conceive of. It requires the lever of Archimedes to move this inert mass.”

Unfortunately there is no way to fix the VA culture.

There is no civilian alternative to the Pentagon, but there is to the Veterans Administration.

It’s called the civilian healthcare system. The promise to our vets was the country would care for them when they needed care. But the care doesn’t have to come at the hands of a poorly motivated federal bureaucracy.

Let the vet choose his own doctor and Uncle Sam can pay the bill.

I am my brothers keeper.

A little about us... We are non-sectarian, non-partisan Individuals to ignite discussion on our world and in our communities, to educate our world about the injustice of aggressive violence and hunger . We believe that in order to reach out to our peers most effectively, we cannot stand on religious arguments alone, and we cannot adhere entirely to one political side in our currently polarized culture. We believe that the consistent life ethic is not for any one religious group or for any one political position, but rather for everyone dedicated to human rights, life and dignity. No matter your reason for believing in the inherent value of human life, we hope you can join us, and through our efforts we can together endeavor to make violence unthinkable - - - to make it history! YOU CAN BE A PARTNER FOR PEACE AND ALL LIFE

I spent a lot of the time when I was homeless sleeping "in the rough" which is another way of saying outdoors. I've been asked a lot of times why I didn't just stay in homeless shelters. The two answers many homed people often give as to why homeless people don't use shelters is that either such people are drug users and drug use is against homeless shelter rules or that some people refuse to follow rules pertaining to check in and checkout. The issue is pretty complex, but no, I was neither using drugs nor too defiant to obey the rules.

It is our goal to feed and provide as many service packs to the homeless veterans and citizens & children as well as the multiple services we have at our disposal to every one of these fine souls as we can given the support of the people

Act now - Become A Supporting member of humanity to help end hunger and violence in our country We need another more support to reach our goal of $15,000 so we ask you to take a moment and drop something in the hat. in support of a true non violence and change

Please provide whatever you can- $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100- To Use your debit/credit card or check click here To protect my Independence I will accept no Governmental funds


From Your Hand to the Homeless


I am my brothers keeper.


Joseph F Barber is the Executive Director and founder of veterans project., After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Miami, Mr barber went on to complete his Education in constitutional law,and Mechanical engineering and metal working,Was and honor graduate of the Aberdeen Proving Grounds metal workers school U.S.Army 44b10. And a small Business owner Tradesmen Services,Mr Barber implements a full service for participants of veterans project who are homeless and veterans of all America's wars

Since founding veterans Project in early 2013,Mr Barber has taken on the overall operation of Veterans Project Social Services Program including strategic planning, development, and implementation of programs and ensuring quality services are rendered to low-income and homeless individuals, for homeless Veterans, and services for homeless children and veterans

I am my brothers keeper is nonprofit faith-based, public partnership dedicated to enhancing services for economically disadvantaged individuals and families , including the homeless, veterans, and at-risk youth. In 2013 veterans project was founded and has taken the leadership role to provide services to help families move from poverty to economic mobility. Our hope is that through our program and services those who are impoverished will find sufficient resources for education, health and wellness, spiritual direction, and ultimately economic mobility and self-sufficiency.Knowledge, Education for Your Success

Share Our Strengths and our Education with the world No matter your reason for believing in the inherent value of human life, we hope you can join us, and through our efforts we can together endeavor to make violence unthinkable - - - to make it history! YOU CAN BE A PARTNER FOR PEACE AND ALL LIFE

I am my brother's keeper.


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Update posted by Joseph F Barber On May 29, 2016
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America Can’t Call Itself Truly Patriotic When Thousands Of Veterans Remain Homeless

I used to work nights at an Irish pub in Washington DC. Naturally, a lot of people from Boston came in when they visited the capital. One night, a man of about 60 dropped in shortly after I stepped behind the bar.

He was a burly man with a very thick Boston accent, and I asked him how he was dealing with the DC humidity (it was June). “Doesn’t bother me,” he said, “I was in Vietnam, I can handle a little humidity.”

As he sat there, taking long and slow sips of his beer, we got to talking about what led him to DC. He revealed that this was the first time he’d been to the capital in his entire life, and that he had finally made the trek in order to visit the Vietnam Memorial.

He went on to tell me that he’d been waiting for his veteran's benefits for over a decade and this was the first time in 20 years that he’d left Boston. As a young man with numerous privileges, I couldn’t help but feel guilty about the ease of my existence, while this man’s youth was swallowed by war and destruction.



Joseph F Barber,APG MD 44 b10 Metal worker

. I couldn’t believe that this man was drafted into a war decades ago, and essentially had to wait until he was a senior citizen to receive repayment. For a country that prides itself on its patriotism, we do a terrible job taking care of the individuals that have fought in our wars.

I’m never a fan of war, and I don’t agree with the motivations behind many of the wars America has engaged in over the past half-century or so. But I will support those who have served. After all, many of those in Vietnam were not there by choice.

Moreover, all of the brave men and women who have fought in the War on Terror are volunteers. Regardless of the misguided policies that placed them in Iraq or Afghanistan, they came forward to put their lives on the line for their country. Simply put, all veterans deserve to be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of where or when they served.

It’s particularly hard not to think about these things as the United States threatens war against Russia, and considers how it will combat ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Regardless, this is an ongoing issue, and it must be addressed.

On any given night, there are nearly 60,000 homeless veterans on the streets of America. That number is essentially equal to the number of Americans who died in the Vietnam War.

In total, around 12 percent of the adult homeless population are veterans. More generous statistics claim veterans make up closer to 9 percent of the total homeless population. Regardless, the fact is that thousands of veterans remain homeless, and this is simply a disgrace and a poor reflection of American society.

Furthermore, nearly half of all homeless veterans are African-American or Hispanic, despite the fact that the majority of the US population is Caucasian.

According to the National Coalition For Homeless Veterans:

The majority are single; live in urban areas; and suffer from mental illness, alcohol and/or substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders.

…Homeless veterans are younger on average than the total veteran population. Approximately 9% are between the ages of 18 and 30, and 41% are between the ages of 31 and 50.

…America's homeless veterans have served in World War II, the Korean War, Cold War, Vietnam War, Grenada, Panama, Lebanon, Persian Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq (OEF/OIF), and the military's anti-drug cultivation efforts in South America.

Nearly half of homeless veterans served during the Vietnam era. Two-thirds served our country for at least three years, and one-third were stationed in a war zone.

Thus, many homeless veterans are Millennials. There are young and old veterans — a testament to amount of time the United States has spent waging war over the past half century or so. Moreover, most if not all of these veterans are there as a direct product of the wars they have fought in.

Many veterans are physically disabled, and have difficulty securing work. Additionally, a wide number of veterans suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which makes it very difficult for those who have been exposed to the horrors of conflict to reintegrate into society.

Likewise, many of the skills that veterans learn in the military are not always very transferable in terms of the civilian workforce.

The Department for Veterans Affairs (VA) has committed to ending veteran homelessness by 2015, but the likelihood of this occurring is very slim.

On a positive note, in August, the VA approved $300 million in grants for homeless veterans and their families. Moreover, it was also recently announced that veteran homelessness has decreased by 33 percent since 2010. Yet, the struggle is far from over.

The United States shouldn’t go to war if it can’t afford it, period. And if we are going to send young people off to war, we damn well better take care of them when they come home. War is abhorrent, and painful to remember, but that does not mean we can forget those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

A lot of us walk past homeless people without even thinking about how they may have gotten there. As a society, we have been taught to look down upon the poor. In a nation that promotes entrepreneurship and ambition, the view seems to be that if someone is poor then it’s that person’s fault.

Next time you see a homeless person, try instead to imagine him or her in a crisp and clean soldier’s uniform.

Envision them crawling through the mud in the Vietnamese jungle, or ducking for cover in the Iraqi desert, or freezing while out on patrol during the harsh nights in Afghanistan. Imagine the blood, sweat and tears that they have given for this country.

Simply put, don’t judge the homeless, you never know what circumstances may have led them to that point. If you have never been in a position in which you’ve had to beg for money, then you really have no idea what it means to be homeless.

Likewise, the first step towards ending homelessness is changing the way that people perceive the poorest members of our society.

It does not reflect very well on a nation when its weakest members are alienated and stigmatized, particularly when many of them have fought in our wars. The United States can and should be better than that, and its veterans certainly deserve more.



I LEARNED ALOT BY MY OWN ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE ANND WHAT MANY VETERANS DEAL WITH DAY IN DAY OUT AFTER RETURNING HOME I AM NOT LIKE MANY OF THOSE THAT HAVE LOST THEIR WAY AND YET WE ARE THE SAME I HAVE MOMENTS THAT I CAN'T SLEEP SOME TIMES FOR DAYS AND FEAR TAKES OVER ME AND THAT IS EXTREMLY DIFFICULT FOR MAY TO DEAL WITH AND SOME JUST GIVE UP ALL TOGETHER AND TAKE THEIR LIVES





I AM JOSEPH F BARBER FOUNDER OF THE VETERANS PROJECT we are a small gruop of veterans women and men with familys that run this program and we are making a differance in the lives of veteranns across our nation,i ask you to visist our page all though it is not some well built pro page it is a page of dedicationn and comitment to those left behind in the field even after they have returned home are page is a part of the blog FREEDOM OR ANARCHY,Campaign of Conscience @ https://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/...

It upsets me to no end when I read statistics stating there are roughly 131,000 homeless veterans in America. Why are there homeless veterans?! If the motto “leave no man behind” holds true, why has the US government and its citizens abandoned the very people who served their country and we the people the most?

Thank you for your service is just not enough as some 50,000 veterans sleep on the streets you sleep in your warm homes and all you can say is thank you as our world and country changes a time is coming when we the people will need seasoned citizens to help protect we the people our community's and homes many of you Americans who lack the vision and fortitude, and fail to understand that you're either with us or against us. That includes fellow US troops who lack the skill, or who dare to question the wars.



If you are a true patriot and truly care for our vets the we ask you today to show your support



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Update posted by Joseph F Barber On May 26, 2016

VETERANS PROJECT ANNUAL FUND RAISER

“Life Is a Gift from God.

We hold from God the gift which includes all others. This gift is life -- physical, intellectual, and moral life.

But life cannot maintain itself alone. The Creator of life has entrusted us with the responsibility of preserving, developing, and perfecting it. In order that we may accomplish this, He has provided us with a collection of marvelous faculties. And He has put us in the midst of a variety of natural resources. By the application of our faculties to these natural resources we convert them into products, and use them. This process is necessary in order that life may run its appointed course.

Life, faculties, production--in other words, individuality, liberty, property -- this is man. And in spite of the cunning of artful political leaders, these three gifts from God precede all human legislation, and are superior to it.

Life, liberty, and property do not exist because men have made laws. On the contrary, it was the fact that life, liberty, and property existed beforehand that caused men to make laws in the first place.”

To help insure the safety of those we help here @the veterans Project we have come up with a Survival Guide to Homelessness

No matter where you go, there you are.IT CAN BE VIEWD @ THE LINK PROVIDED:https://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2016/0...

You have a right to live. You have a right to be. You have these rights regardless of money, health, social status, or class. You have these rights, man, woman, or child. These rights can never be taken away from you, they can only be infringed. When someone violates your rights, remember, it is not your fault.

You were wronged.

when you are on the streets alone no resources you have to act with extreme measures Some people look down upon panhandling. But at some point it's something you might have to resort to. If you are going to be out there on the road you are going to need a few things to survive. Maybe you are thinking about giving panhandling a try for the first time but you're not sure what you need. Here's what you'll need to get started:https://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2016/0...

Ok that is a start to just some of the things we have developed this year in this next post we are asking you to contribute $1, to are cause or what ever gift you can aford to give, We would be gratful for all your support.In more ways than you know This project is and has always belong to the people IN ORDER To protect OUR Independence I will except no Governments funds, our fastest way to help a citizeN or a veteran man wmoen or child and yes their are chidren on the streets of America, so again if you have been blessd with away to assist us in effort to help those who seem to have lost there way praise god AN again $1 buck is all we ask that is not even a cup of coffee these days but with unity and support we can meet are goal

“Tell me What would it hurt for me to give a homeless guy a couple bucks? Who the hell cares if he spends it on beer? Maybe beer is a step up for him from the harder stuff that knocked him onto the streets in the first place. Maybe, just maybe, he’s actually going to spend it on food (homeless people do eat, right?). Maybe, he really is a desperate human being who is trying to change his situation.”I am my brother's keeper.Know this brothers and sisters I stand free and in God I will never obey any law that attempts to take away my human right to care for or to show love to my fellow human being ever.

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The way you view a homeless person depends on your assumptions about his or her situation.

Your values, religious beliefs, your political persuasions, socioeconomic status and work ethics are directly related to how your form those assumptions.

Even your stereotypes about culture, gender roles, and perhaps, race influence how you perceive the homeless.

The next time you pass by a homeless person on the street, try to remove all assumptions, values, beliefs, and stereotypes from your mind and see a person who was born a child of God with humanity and dignity.

Treat the Homeless with Dignity

If you notice a change in your perception the next time you see a person on the street, think about what difference you could make to help the homeless.

No matter how small, directly or indirectly, every little bit helps. Whether it's donating clothing, blankets, food, money, time, or just saying "hello," see what you can do today.

You will be surprised by the response you get from needy persons when someone displays care and kindness to them. It makes them feel a little more human to be treated with dignity.

When I feed the homeless, it warms my heart when they say, 'thank you,' or give a little change to pay for their meal.

Interact with the homeless by giving, and it will change your heart, too

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