Originally Posted by Tectrus Moa
I want to volunteer helping those who need help the most. The problem is most of the places I know of are shelters and churches, places that have no interest in helping people. They pretend they care but, honestly, they hate the poor and treat them like dogs.
Money won't solve the problem, understanding people's problems and then finding a solution is the key.
You're right, they hate the poor, but you only like them because you can keep them at an arms distance and say 'awe, look at that unfortunate guy'
I work at a shelter part time and an asylum full time, i'm with the poor 24/7, they're fucking faggots. They're almost always poor BECAUSE they're complete fucking faggots. The mentality that makes and keeps them poor is a deplorable one and once you find out that nobody in America has any reason to live in a homeless shelter outside of irresponsibility and not wanting to be accountable for property, you'll understand where they're coming from.
I work these jobs because they pay a lot and i accidentally went to school for them because i was naive you life, im now going back for software engineering, wish me luck. If you want to help someone find someone trying and struggling and led him your time or money. Go into somewhere where someone is trying but needs an extra hand, not one were motherfuckers are getting fat, selling gay favors for booze and stealing each others shoes A struggling student or struggling entrepreneur, but this belief that someone is noble because they lack possessions is foolish. the top 3 problems we have at the shelter are
2. Craig's list prostitution
3. People stealing each other's snacks they bought with money even though we have every article of food possible for free just because they have a wanderlust with theft and opportunistically cannibalizing on each other.