Re: ALERT: Berkeley, CA police take aim at homeless street youths FWD

Manfred Theis (manfredtheis@hotmail.com)
Mon, 09 Nov 1998 14:59:46 PST


'Homeless' folks, if not allowed to just BE somewhere, are they being 
allowed to BE at all?  All could be considered fair if it were not 
illegal to go out into the land and form one's own communal arrangements 
but everything is, seemingly, owned, much of the land by some guy named 
Public.  

Has it occured to anyone that for hunting/gathering to be illegal in 
America makes being in touch with exactly how we evolved, with our very 
nature, to be illegal?

If I am not allowed to go and be with my creator, the Earth, on my own 
or with others, then how can anyone say that I cannot be on the street 
corner?  It seems that just not having a house is, essentially, illegal.  
IF I DON'T HAVE A HOUSE, I STILL HAVE A RIGHT TO BE.



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