Homeless people are to be hidden, not helped, according to Britain’s most Tory council

Ethnic cleansing: The council will move homeless people somewhere they can’t be seen [Image: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images].

Ethnic cleansing is back in fashion, according to the UK’s most Conservative council.

The local authority in Westminster is planning to uproot all the homeless people from that part of London and foist them on locations in the Home Counties, apparently.

Ah, but they have an excuse! It is “to combat the high cost of temporary housing”.

What utter tommyrot.

The real solution to homelessness is prevention – ensuring that people don’t get forced into a situation where they have to lose their dwelling in the first place, as projects elsewhere in the world have made blatantly obvious.

But Westminster is a Tory council. These people are all about taking the most for themselves and paying a pittance to the proles.

It’s a miracle anybody still lives there to do their cooking, cleaning and chivvying for them. Or do they force the ‘help’ to commute?

This is truly disgusting behaviour by some of the most vile dregs of humanity, all dressed up as respectable people in the same way their activities are decorated with a veneer of respectability.

Scratch it and see the corruption.

Westminster Council is moving homeless people out of London to combat the high cost of temporary housing.

Homeless people will be shifted from the borough and relocated to places elsewhere in the UK – likely the home counties – from January 30.

The council has argued it will enable people to “put down local roots”, despite many of them having been born in London.

Source: Westminster Council in plan to move homeless people out of London

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8 thoughts on “Homeless people are to be hidden, not helped, according to Britain’s most Tory council

  1. Justin

    houses of parliament, they could share some of the MP’S second homes,perhaps IDS and co could assist after all there policies caused a lot of this, tehre own constituencies should take all the westminster slack, Caxton Street looks quite nice, they could downgrade that to a cheap little office somewhere and regenerate it for homeless people, making a good use out of it

  2. mohandeer

    Any victimisation or discrimination is, well – just that. You can dress it up all you like but the fact remains that picking on the already helpless is despicable behaviour when the rise in homelessness is the fault of those very same empty suits who want to hide their criminal behaviour towards the poor.

  3. Bookworm

    I was under the impression there were plenty of empty luxury flats, offices etc in London which could be converted to accommodate our homeless rather than standing empty for years.

  4. Christine Bergin

    So Lady ‘Tesco’s’ legacy lingers on. Not a surprise, long history of inhumane behaviour in this area.

  5. aunty1960

    Home Counties are going to be Happy. But YES. move and relocate and house them in traditional Home Counties and rural Tory seats. Show them how the other half live. But then moving people around like objects and cattle, That’s a thought, have they swept out the cattle trucks in preparation, I am sure they said to Jews they were going to the country.

    sorry if this posts twice, cannot seem to post via Tor.

  6. Zippi

    What kind of society is it in which we live? What can we do to prevent this? How can we stop it happening again? First Boris, now this. What has become of humanity?

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