By James Breckenridge. You don’t want to hear a mob boss telling his people to ‘take care of you.’
You also don’t want to hear, if you are among those homeless in BC, Rich Coleman utter the words ‘take care of’ in reference to you.
You know it is their own interests that matter to them and that they are not overly concerned about your health, welfare or best interests.
Not to suggest that Rich Coleman treats the homeless in the same manner as a mob boss would. After all, a mob boss would not inflict the physical, mental and spiritual damage the homeless suffer being ground through the mill of BC’s Homeless Recycling System time after time after dignity stripping time …
… until they find peace when they no longer provide grist for the mills of those in the business of recycling the homeless.