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Jackie 3 year s ago
Okay, take any one of these little SJW's and put to them to the test by saying what they have to pay in federal taxes to fund such homeless programs and housing like is to be had in Finland, and THEN you'll see the what side of the line they fall on. "Ooooh, no! Not me! I wanna buy the new Iphone this year! And I need another PS 5 controller!" Point is, it's way easier to tweet virtue than it is to back it up, you self righteous pukes. You're all for change, as long as someone else pays for it, right? Put up or shut up...or would you rather just keep recording yourselves giving homeless people McDonalds take out and then posting it on your social media portfolio?
       
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Back 3 year s ago
Jackie, Finland did this repurposing the money they already had. Same taxes. It wasn't an added tax.
Where do your tax money go?
       
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Flossy 3 year s ago
       
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Onnie 3 year s ago
       
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Lucas 3 year s ago
       
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Vincenzo 3 year s ago
Jackie,

...newsflash - cut military budget.
       
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Tony 3 year s ago
In France the homeless is an enemy ! Some help, but not enough !

Bravo to that country ! heart heart heart
       
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Complete 3 year s ago
4 out of 5 getting back to living a normal life. That sentence is a bomb.
Slovakia gave the Roma people apartments, but social services where not providing additional support for mental conditions. There was not program from state to destigmatize the Roma people. So only a very small percentage where able to join normal life.
The current way is to force children to go to school, but in most cases the schools are Roma only, because people dont want their child to be in class with a Roma.
Yes there are exceptions, every school has few Roma children from Parents that are already in normal life.

So once again i tip my hat to you Finland! Awesome wholesome job!
       
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Hal 3 year s ago
Finland is so small that the country doesn't exist and the math proves it. sure it might work if you chnage the definition of 'homeless" and it's definitely not scalable
       
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Rusty 3 year s ago
#12 no. shelter, food, lean water, and even medical care is NOT a human right. you obviously do not understand what is a human right. try Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. and with a population of 5M people, really, how hard could it be.
       
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Josetta 3 year s ago
Rusty, The Finns have long been considered to lead one of the happiest lifestyles, resulting in Finland having been named the happiest country in the world by the United Nations World Happiness Report in 2018, 2019, 2020 – and 2021
       
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Tommy 3 year s ago
Nearly ended in the UK during the panademic too. As we come out on the other side there will be a reversion to the previous position, simply because there is no will to help people after creating a housing hell under f@#king Thatcher.
       
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Hepsibah 3 year s ago
How do we solve the parasitic influencer pandemic?
       
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Elisha 3 year s ago
Hello. And Bye.
       
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