Just As No Plan Survives Contact With The Enemy…

…it seems no left-wing propaganda survives contact with the ‘oppressed’:

A new report states fewer than four in ten of the city’s homeless are from the area and Brighton and Hove City Council is consulting on its rough sleeping strategy, which aims to make sure no-one has to sleep rough here by 2020.

The report states in 2014/15 street services dealt with 775 people and reported a six per cent increase in cases on the previous year. A snapshot counted 78 rough sleepers on a single night in November.

It states: “We are concerned that numbers could increase further over the next year.”

Naturally, this is all the fault of the Terrible Toree Cutz. Innit?

National policy changes, including benefit caps and changes to disability living allowance, allied to rising property prices locally, are predicted to increase the number of people unable to sustain their accommodation in the coming year, placing them at increased risk of homelessness.

See? But wait! What do the homeless themselves say? Well, strangely enough, the ‘Argus’ decided to try some actual journalism for a change!

But when The Argus took to the streets to ask rough sleepers their opinions, 20-year-old Dallas Harker told our reporter that the policy was misguided.

She said: “Some people have moved because of domestic violence, drugs and many other reasons.

“Most of the people on the streets either haven’t got families or don’t want to know them.

“I’m staying put in Brighton because I like it and I want to make it my home.”

Ooops! Out of the mouths of babes dossers, indeed…

Dallas grew up in North London before spells in Essex and Manchester. She said: “I thought Brighton would be completely different and less hassle but it’s not.

“The authorities need to find out why the majority of people are on the street in the first place.

They are helping refugees but not us. We need to sort out the homeless people we have already.”

Oh boy! The Housing Department will be putting you to the bottom of every list now!

4 comments for “Just As No Plan Survives Contact With The Enemy…

  1. January 26, 2016 at 10:46 am

    Time for Dallas Harker to explore gender and racial re-assignment then innit?

    I’m not from London I’m from Somalia really – birthplace is a capitalistic concept.


    In the meantime Brighton should ban all fossil fueled vehicles, close all it’s petrol stations / sever its gas and electricity links to the outside world and start living the carbon free utopia that the toxic twats elected there are trying to force on the rest of us.

  2. January 26, 2016 at 4:45 pm

    And of course, Brighton has lovely green politics and everything’s all fine and loving and everything – who wouldn’t want to doss down there?

  3. Errol
    January 26, 2016 at 8:51 pm

    Brighton is a disgusting, dirty, sickening place. It is the epitome of what happens when the Left get elected. Fine ideal but no interest in doing any work. Trmendous eagerness to spend money – on high salaries – but never one the people doing the work. Ahh, the grand socialist utopia.

    One of my father’s bugbears, and one of mine is that in the 21st century, when so many have so much, when we really do not have want in any real sense, where taxes – and dad loved his taxes – consume 70% of my income there are homeless people at all.

    Then you see that 1.3 million (at minimum and another £150,000 (again, at minimum, of salary alone, discounting expenses) is wasted on troughers in Brighton. Call it £2 million quid. 14 people with responsibility for one small city, running it into the ground costing more than the cabinet, with far more responsibility. The Left are wasters, troughers and sewage. Sack them, divert their unnecessary, excessive salaries into building homes. Put up a block of flats and allow the homeless to live there.

    That is what decent people like my folks did. The state is the problem. It should have less money and use that precious resource to provide for those who really need it – not arrogant, useless scum who are unelectable anywhere else.

  4. January 27, 2016 at 12:20 am

    Back in the 1970’s when I were a lad visiting Brighton some were even then calling it “Skid Row-on-Sea” due to the seaside being that bit warmer apparently for alfresco kippers.

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