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From homeless people sleeping on the streets to people living in disgusting conditions! We take a look 10 of the Most Homeless Cities in the World!
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10 - Athens
9 - San Francisco
8 - Boston
7 - Buenos Aires
6 - Mumbai
5 - Jakarta
4 - Mexico City
3 - Moscow
2 - Los Angeles
1 - New York City
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Western media always said that North Korea poverty. But in the United States have most homeless. Take care of your citizens. Do not bring freedom to democracy with bombs, guns to other countries when you let your poor citizens have no home.
There's nearly 4 million citizens in Los Angeles and there's 8.2 or some million citizens in new York we have close to 60k homeless and they have 70 sum homeless damn if los angeles had 8 million people they would have over 200k homeless
Who cares about homeless people? We have to spend more and more of your tax dollars to blow up people on the other side of the planet! The billions that are spent every year to keep the war machine running is obviously the better investment! Right?
During college I volunteered at a soup kitchen in Kuala Lumpur. Interestingly most of the young homeless had proper clothes and mobile phones. They even had proper jobs. Their problems were mostly family issues and not enough money to pay rent which is weird because a basic room would only cost about 100 US Dollars, and minimum wage here is 300 Dollars. Plus they didn't have to pay for food since apart from many soup kitchens and shelters to choose from, fast food restaurants would dump their fresh but cold food in a separate bag for them. Sounds like not a bad life somehow.
rock and roll life style when I walk around chicago- there are panhandlers everywhere-people begging with cardboard signs-people sleeping outside-i hate my job-but I don't want to end up like that -and it is really hard to find another job-this is suppose to be so great
It gives them money to buy drugs and alcohol. They aren't paying their rent with it. Since I lived in San Franskidrow, I know things the rich reporters do not. I know some of these bums and drugs are their number one reason for living. Kick them out. They aren't from SF and no one has a divine right to live where they want.
Yeah, it's going to shit here in the USA also. The homeless here are dangerously aggressive. A woman here didn't have any change to give to a begging homeless guy so he pulled a knife and chased her all over the parking lot saying he was going to kill her... I couldn't make this shit up...
LabRat6619 thanks pal. for now anyway but i couldn't care less if I'm on street again because i live with a nut case family who don't like me.. they're the typical stupid chav type and im not... with a batshit crazy mother and no father to top it off haha. either one is tough. peace and good luck.
This is why I hate society and the governments. The government and society don't even care for those starving homelessness and I let my friends end up homeless but today I will go geese hunting and turn those evil ignorant shitty geese into Kentucky fried geese to feed to all those starving homeless people of the world
This list is fucking retarded. First of all, San Francisco is by far the worst in the U.S. Putting 3 other U.S. cities above it just shows you literally did no research. The fact that you didn't scale for population is also pretty stupid. And I suppose the slums in certain cities don't count because those are technically "homes"? Even though they have far worse conditions than the regular streets of most cities?
now delhi, bangalore, chennai, kolkatta and other towns in India are in rank 1 for large no.of homeless and hopeless people....... but should include paris, canberra, sydney, london, edinburg, tokyo, beijing, bankonk, kaula lampur, madrid, berlin , karachi, dubai etc....
USA is the land of "Fuck you, I've got mine" I have millionaire relatives or richer than that and if I were street homeless and showed up at their door they'd call the thugs in blue (cops) I can't wait for the inevitable revolution.
We want justice! The banksters are today's NAZIs Kick in their doors and haul them to the gulag where they will get what they deserve. They are destroying what's left of the world. Do these bastards deserve legal protection. No. Would they treat us legally? I want to see them hanged like the NAZIs crimes against humanity.
murtada aliomer i live in Tunisia (north Africa ) and yes we don't have a lot of homeless people only 1.4% because most of our parents tend to buy houses for their kids so they don't have to rent in the future so there are a lot of poor people but the majority of them have their own houses ... my parents bought us as well homes for me and my two siblings as well but it came with a lot of sacrifices we don't spend money on travelling abroad and going to fancy hotels but we use the money to buy lands and houses instead ...
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