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Homelessness Today Compared To When This Blog Began

This blog never was what I wanted it to be. Like the neglected child of a mother with too many children I never had time to develop this one as I envisioned. I felt badly about it because when I did post info on services readers seemed to copy them quickly in high numbers. Who knows if it was TIs or people wanting to know about such places for sinister reasons.

 I began these blogs for education, to raise awareness, self defense and to track my own experiences for a book I had planned. I simply did what felt most logical in countering and reacting to what the system was doing, which left me little choices. Of course I was instructed to various ends, all seemingly to keep me tethered to caring for others instead of myself such as that I should become employed at a hospital or become a home health care aid.

After 30 yrs of being kept prisoner I refused these calculated moments of advice, many of which had a kind of intimidation to them. More bluffing at the table so I called them on it and as always my bet paid off.

I've been traveling and writing since 2006. I'd never had a long term permanent home in adult hood and even had been moved around as a kid so what did it matter? I'd always written anyway. Now I had a cause.

Ater realizing that I wasn't Homebum material then traveling the country looking for a new place to begin, realized shelters weren't suitable-all are corrupt.
A short, almost Leprechaun like drunk on his way to a gathering in a national forest told me he could show me a better way.  As we approached the highway to hitch out of Albuquerque I realized that there was a different view of that highway. One from the single human perspective on foot. That highways and cities don't have to define your reality.
This low form of human life in most people's perception had more been caring on a whim than any one of the people who had helped lead me to this end, from actively working to destroy or contain me to negligence in trying to save or assist me. I will never sell out or abandon houseless people or culture for this reason.

It's in my nature to flee oppression and seek higher ground. Sometimes that requires going into areas one may never see in a normal lifetime.

Over the years and especially after the OCCUPY movement, homelessness and the Traveler/hobo subculture has become very different, oddly this part of society usually remains mostly unchanged and mainstream people don't take much notice.

Globalism has taken notice. It seems for various reasons, anything out of reach of corporate and the surveillance state is now basically deemed the enemy of a utopian, safe and promising future.  In many areas it's considered terrorism both against capitalism or even culturally offensive. Unconsciously, of course.
I never imagined that in an area of the country with a trendy multicultural mindset, an Urban Primitive wearing a jacket decked with metal band patches with a backpack could register as a walking micro aggression..yet this has come to be. Lol.
Maybe I should be preceeded by a trigger warning.

It's been difficult to perservere in an environment of Equality pipe dreams complete with Inclusion whilst still remaining marginalized and a true dissident while corproate Liberals smugly save the world as they don't even know who or what they are looking at or dealing with.

These changes in our society have made it very difficult to do any activism unless your aligned with the Left ironically, it's the New Cons that started this hellish reality to begin with in 2001.

Many people in cities today dislike anything truly alternative and are anti Homeless/Traveler though they embrace Identity Politics. Homelessness is seen as interfering with quality of life and employment and Travelers are seen as 'homeless-at-will' with little understood cultural value, to a generation of people who's lives have been micromanaged from birth and whove known or now know nothing but a surveillance state and a false sense of safety.
Specifically, the Traveler culture is seen as inherently racist as it's primarily Caucasian, based on Americana and has many elements of primitivism and pre Christian paganism. People testing their meddle and getting around the system or trying to reinvent themselves.
This is very threatening to a system that's trying to ensure that kids only understand corporate or the state as their cultural background.

Also that same generation of kids
have become homeless or Travelers. Like their counterparts, they have little experience with cooperation between mainstream society and street scenes or subcultures which was a normal phenomena just a decade ago and beyond, colleges being the major gateway for such fraternization. Interestingly, it's the very Liberal Left areas now rejecting us that were once the only safe places for us to go or start our journey.
There's also a huge opiate epidemic among our demographic. Conveniently of course.

This has made taking this avenue of escape and refuge a much more unsure and dangerous one. Seekers are being blocked for sure. Even the damn new LED street lights that are now in every city have been proven to emit HEV or blue light, that ultimately interferes with the human pineal gland or 'the seat of the soul'.

People will feel less connected to their own inner selves. The Source of all life. To the universe itself if you've ever reached that far. This is going to more heavily effect people who sleep outside under these lights.

I haven't been traveling for three years due to being framed three times in 2016. It took over two years to comply with completing the legal process then health issues. Then caregiving for a relative and life partner and I fear being on my own ever again as I may be framed again. And then there's the emotional and other fallout from the ordeal which now severely impairs me on a daily basis. It's also been disconcerting that I could not sue due to fear of retaliation as I had health issues that could not have withstood such a challenge to the corruption that caused my ordeal. If I had not been ill and caring for others I would have gone for the throat with lawyers.

Not traveling has degenerated my health and ultimately has made me unhappy.

So I cannot accurately inform readers of what it's like out there today.  I observe some changes but can't get out there to make a reasonable assessment.

When I have time I will simply retell what I do know to share experience and hope this serves someone along the way.

Safe travels. If the situation is bad enough it's better to abandon ship or retreat to fight another day.

Remember, there's always some place else. There's always a party somewhere else. If it's raining and cloudy, the sun is shining in another part of the land. Everyone should always remember this. It may help you preserve the only life you have for a bit longer.


Dunkin Donuts Opened In Austin TX-There Goes The Neighborhood

Well it's probably pointless to visit Austin anymore-because wherever there's a multitude of Dunkins-theres trouble.

You can bet on this and win every time for any of these stores stirring up sh*t for you upon entering and frequently hiring the sh*ttiest employees. You can count on it.  There's a prerequisite for assh*ledom before you are allowed to work in this chain.

However as a Bostonian I had become so accustomed to this coffee brew that I needed it's fix at least weekly. When I was in Austin yearly as part of my travel route I had to take a bus for one hour to Research Blvd area north of Austin's central areas to get DD coffee. I think I did this weekly perhaps monthly and as always exploration of new areas was part of my motivation.

It was probably the best place for it as the FBI office is there and it's a research area that seemed guarded (pleasantly. Austin doesn't terrorize its citizens with security theater).

 Thus it seemed encountering quality employees would be easier as they'd have to be, due to the area.

I felt it was only right it be there because the modern DD always downgrades an area. DD has become something very different from what it was as a MA institution of sorts decades ago.

I would even go far as to say that DD is ultimately corrupt and seems to be utilized for everything from spying to convenient money laundering. Most DD seem very nervous and have something to hide-like corruption. Their employees are the absolute most schitzy and paranoid I have ever seen in any chain.

We can always count on Target to f*ck up  as employees try to pull stuff in many area of the country (always report and document) but there are exceptions based on location, where the places seem quality.  Same with Walmart etc (no one tries anything but there's often collective psych out attempts from employees. I've noticed some Walmarts clean up the store eventually and everyone is nice, normal and helpful again. Someone must come in and evaluate for pest control and pull the store out of the f*cking Matrix per se.

With Wally World it's usually the customers who try to pull stunts).

However every singular experience I've had at any DD nation wide has been of feeling like I just entered something oppressive like whats casually sited as stereotypical Russia or worse. Most seem to just exist to give demographics of people jobs who couldn't work anywhere else. The language barrier is the worst nationally of any corporate chain. Yes it's at McDonald's but the employees try and they've installed those ordering kiosks to get around the problem. DD just says 'f*ck you, give us your money'.

Many either serve burnt coffee or it's watered down. Being old enough to remember what DD coffee should be, it's become a  craft to be picky-choosy and judgemental in finding locations that do it right. There are a few but then the coffee seems GMO. Stores with 'real' DD coffee are gems and just as hard to find.

TX usually doesn't f*ck around with holding people and business up to standards opposed to MA who've become complete whores in lowering standards for globalist culture and have destroyed internationally respected standards, traditional work ethic, attention to detail, and complex social cues and culture formed over centuries. There's everything you could want in Boston now-except refinement.
A company like DD degenerates an area, lowers the bar and generally is an indicator that standards of decent service are eroding.

After seeing how bad the DDs have gotten in MA as well as other states I understand exactly why Austin only had one an hour outside of the city proper. And it wasn't manned by idiots I'll tell you that.

If I bother to go there again (since the GoodWill bomber struck I'm assuming that it might have been invaded already. Boston's marathon bombing had allowed the feds to take over and/or gotten the area anti terror funding, which seems to be a pattern where the fed then somehow take control of the area and forms it to a globalist standard, thus crushing all local resistance that may have been in place).
 I'm imagining that DD has brought a ghetto corporate cultural feel to the area especially the Drag near the college. I noticed that the globalist brainwash had gotten a death grip on the Community College during Obama (kids had no chance whatsoever. Indoctrination posters and propaganda everywhere in the college halls) but the bigger university seemed solid and with a healthy resistance. People actually seemed to be going there to learn not be brainwashed.

Just look at the article. There's a connection to NFL in NYC and some NY ballplayer's uncle who owns delis and loves expanding. 'Nuff said.

I hope Austin has exerted some control over the quality of the DD there now. There are occasional DD where employees seem responsible, coffee seems ok but there's always that feeling of something lurking beneath the surface that makes one...uncomfortable.  Even the original one I used to go to on Research Blvd had that in it's atmosphere but I felt safe, probably as I mentioned there's alot in that area with some serious security not jerk offs trying to destroy America with globalism and utilizing Marxist type tactics to do it.

Even the owners of many of these franchises seem like they are skidish, slightly hypervigilante types. Is it that stressful to run or own a DD?? Geez, it hardly seems worth it-unless you're desperate or a greedy possibly corrupt assh*le and that seems to be the case more often than not.

There's always intrigue, there's always an agenda and the upper employees always seem to either think they know whats going on in the 'big picture' 🙄 or they are up to something with sad delusions of 'making moves' to gain some sort of edge. The people who seem decent that run these places are eternally nervous and hypervigilante to the point of unnatural for simply owning a donut shop franchise.

Whatever the hell is going on with DD in the past 25 years it can't be good-or completely legal. Everyone is too f*ckin nervous, defensive, haters, sneaky, arrogant, sh*tty and always looking over their shoulders for it to be normal.

Whatever the problem is I dearly hope that the strong and wise city keepers of Austin have something in place to preserve decency. I depend on them for it because I need places to go to get away from my hometown which will degenerate your health and well being, which is exactly what's happened to me being kept here for 3 years due to the email frame ups.

I wouldnt want to see the rot that is part of the system in the Northeast, destroy the place I considered my third home (sorry. Cali has 2nd).