Why are there so many homeless people in developed countries like the US?

My answer to Why are there so many homeless people in developed countries like the US?

Answer by Desmond Last:

Because Obama goes off to Hawaii to play Golf so that he does not have to think about cost-effective and innovative ways to house the homeless. That is what is so good about the capitalist system: you are free to die for your country, you are free to come back with no legs and you are free to be homeless.

It is truly unbelievable that those who seek to educate the students of University actually teach an economic system (Capitalism or so-called Economic Liberalism) that does not work. It controls liquidity flows, centralises capital and then monopolises it. I have written the basis of a new system, but like my gun-laws for America, Obama was not interested.

Capitalism  is not a system, as it does not embrace all its users and it allows an economic bubble to be built around those who control the system, thus protecting them from the negative flow of failed labour as they walk past the homeless in the street.

These owners and controllers of our Capital go to a Charity Ball and feel good about handing over a cheque that they can then use to offset against their taxes and also use as a loan against a trust in Panama where they keep the surplus production of the man in the street they just walked past, from when he had a job.

Don't get me wrong, I want people to be rewarded and rich. I too, want my yacht and please do not expect me to hand my money to the starving people of Africa. I want them to stand on their own two feet, with a loan, a market and a economic system. My name is not Mug Obama or Cameron. I am not going to hand over my hard-earned cash to some rap talking Mercedes driving African Government who is going to equip his army so one day it can turn on the West, kill Marines and their own citizens or buy their next executive jet.

Neither am I mug enough to hand it to the U.N who will write yet another waste of time duplicated report costing hundreds of thousands and make sure the delegates at the UN have the best 5 star hotel and a free seat at the Casino. Obama and Cameron have two very large prison populations, yet they seem to think that nobody in Africa is corrupt. I also wouldn't  hand a penny to any Umbrella Organisation or Milliband 5 star Aid Organisation so he can wear the latest drive the most expensive and fly with champagne.

In summary there are two reasons. The system we have of directing capital allows it to become too concentrated.  Those funds should be available for investment in projects which benefit all us, instead  become  the ownership of a few who use it to have power over us. The second reason is Political will. If I were a President or Prime-Minister, I would not be able to sleep knowing that there were people sleeping in the street whilst I waited for news of the Mars Probe landing – which housed nobody. There are many ways to house the homeless and yes it has to be paid for. But what is the cost of maintaining the homeless on the street? Police time. Hospital time. Court time. Prison Time. Social Services time. Ghetto no-go areas time.  These are the hidden costs to society of homelessness.  I often wonder why it is that the Church does not let them  sleep in the Churches at night – GOD would! http://www.desmondlast.com

Why are there so many homeless people in developed countries like the US?

Why do british migrate to australia?

My answer to Why do british migrate to australia?

Answer by Desmond Last:

To get away from the British and find some decent fish and chips. As history will one day record, the downfall of the British Empire came about when curried prawns made their way on the menus of Fish and Chip shops around the U.K. That of course and Polish sausage. No longer could an Englishman recognise his whereabouts after a night of drinking by the blurred menu in front of him. Not sure of where he was in his drunken state, he would look for a ferry to take him back to the UK . This is how the high-vis vest came into being. It reduced the accident rate outside fish and chip shops on Friday evenings. Now the high vis vest it is even worn  on the rare occasions the UK male has sex. His bloated beer belly makes sex difficult. These are the main reasons the Brits go to Australia. To remind them of home before Poland conquered it and to spend all their time in Australia complaining about Australia so they can feel homesick .Which is why in Australia they are known as Whinging Poms.


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How soon will the Antarctic ice melt due to global warming?

My answer to How soon will the Antarctic ice melt due to global warming?

Answer by Desmond Last:

It will not. It will never melt. That is the implied statement given to us by our Governments and scientists.  The Paris 21 agreement does not begin until 2020 and its non-compulsory wording, which has as many get out of agreement clauses as is possible, is set to continue past 2050  and allows any government to withdraw from the Agreement with one years notice. This means that something as catastrophic as the Antarctica completely  melting with the consequent climate change effect is not going to happen. This is from our World Leaders who have not managed to solve any of the World's Problem's and gave us Climate Change in the first place. What these 'fountains of improbability' our World leaders appear to be saying is that " Yes, we have a problem but its not too bad and $100 billion a year from 2020 to every trough feeder  and corrupt government , false research group and umbrella organisation should fix the problem. As all the scientists are at home watching the football or at their local x event and not in the middle of organising a revolution so they too must agree it is not a problem. Just like the 100,000 people in Alberta who right now are being chased by a raging bushfire made worse by our climate. They too must think Climate Change is not a problem. Well there they were in the middle of a Canadian Forest with only 200 fire-fighters fighting the fire – so not too much to worry about! I however, who have been writing about Climate Change for 8 years have foretold all that is happening and had systems to deal with the negative effects of Climate Change – but as we know Obama has censored me. When the Antarctica melts it will raise Global sea-levels by some 200' (nicola jones 05.05.2016 Environment 360). That will mean in some areas a lot more than 200' . Yet if you read the Paris 21 agreement is seems to have lost the Antarctica – as it is not mentioned. Just in case Obama reads this let me make it nice and simple. Every-time we lose surface area of the Antarctica we lose an area which is cooling air. The Antarctica and the Arctic are like car radiators they allow Global Air Currents to be cooled as they travel the Planet. Each time some of that area is lost there is more heat to cool and less area to do it with. The other factors are underwater temperature and the speed of the air. Those who state new ice is being formed do not say to say that it will not have the same density and hence heat absorption factor as older ice. So the accelerating rate at which the ice is melting speeds up as it has to absorb more heat. As time goes on the factor of heat absorption to area able to absorb heat will be multiplied by 2 3 4 etc. Which is why so many predications have underestimated the rate of ice loss. Paris 21 does not take this into account. Just as it does not take brushfires into account and the consequence deforestation or droughts and the change to our pressure systems. I find it amazing that Paris 21 to John Kerry is a done and dusted deal for climate change. The very first project the world should have completed before even beginning  to put an agreement together is a Global Model to map for real-time simulation.

So the answer to your question is A) Obama and John Kerry – it never will. B) Me less than 10 years. Why do I say that. Because why would you try and understate the biggest threat to mankind ,other than the stupidity of our world leaders ,in its short but destructive history. http://www.desmondlast.com

How soon will the Antarctic ice melt due to global warming?

Are the Fort McMurray wild fires a direct result of global warming and therefore human caused?

My answer to Are the Fort McMurray wild fires a direct result of global warming and therefore human caused?

Answer by Desmond Last:

It is time we stopped using Climate Change as an excuse for incompetent Government. Climate Change is a causal factor. But more importantly, why we were  so few fire-fighters initially fighting a fire in an area with so much potential for a raging Inferno. On that point we as a World cannot let Canada fight this fire on their own – the smoke and heat generation will affect the World's Climate and destroy so much more of Canada. Can somebody wake-up Obama and tell him to mobilise his 500 billion dollar Military and send them up there. Perhaps there is something Obama is useful for.

We cannot continue to wait for climate change disasters to occur and then use a hose to put out an inferno. So much in the way of training and resources allocation needs to be improved. I have written a whole system for dealing  with Climate Change disaster and in particular bush-fires; all totally ignored by Government. Here are some factors which are ignored by Government when allocating resources for Bushfire.

We continue to pour chemicals into our air, land and water. This increases the flammability of our natural materials. Where do you think all the chemicals we put into the Planet go – into Space?  There are about 4000 chemicals in the air we breathe. Many of these chemicals are flammable and will remain in the air which circulates our Planet. Eventually they will be deposited on trees undergrowth etc  leading to an increased flammability. Chemical compounds such as nitrous  oxide are able to form sub groups of chemicals with residue that remain in our atmosphere for a long time – acid rain is a chemical which stays in the ground to be released in a bushfire

and on hot days – which is why so many brushfires seem to start so easily now. The difference between a bush fire ignition point and no bush-fire is .1 of a degree and as our atmosphere heats up that .1 becomes more critical.

When a bushfire hits a house the average flame temperature is 1000 Kelvin, or 727degrees.

The high temperatures create a fire-storm hurricane sucking in more and more oxygen adding to the heat of the surrounding air. I have watched a fire jump a river, so hot was the air.  So your question has two answers; the cause and the method of dealing with the outcome.

Apparently the cause was dealt with by Paris 21 – which means incompetent World Leaders have not  dealt with the cause of brushfires and we can expect bushfires to get so much worse. Paris 21 allows countries to pull out of the agreement, it is not mandatory, it does not have any specifics and it does not start till 2020 with five years before it is the first report back – that is 2025 and 500 billion dollars later and still no real action to stop bushfire ,and the Canadian government agreed to the sham that it is.

We cannot leave brushfires  to be dealt with by local governments who have no qualifications in allocation of resources and disaster management. These bushfire must come under military control. There is no other option. The Fire Services, despite their bravery and dedication cannot deal with fires on the scale of Fort McMurray. Perhaps if Canada was a little less preoccupied with Iraq and Syria its Military might start caring about its own backyard.

I am highly critical of the Worlds senior Military commanders from all countries. They have sat  back for climate change, as they have for 300,000 Syrians dying in a unnecessary prolonged conflict. Yet a major bushfire or flood even food riots caused by drought are ideal conditions for an armed force to seize control of a country.

It is time the World's Military Command became unified in dealing with Climate Change and my new System(s) do just that. So in summary I lay the blame at the feet of the Canadian Government. I bet they have spent more fighting ISIS then spending resources on bushfire prevention and equipment. The time, and the only time ,to stop a bushfire is right at the beginning. That needs planning, systems and resources and Political Will. We the People must be prepared to sack Governments who are not able to deal with the Climate Change Disasters to come.


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What percent of homeless people are drug abusers?

My answer to What percent of homeless people are drug abusers?

Answer by Desmond Last:

Probably about the same as the traders on Wall Street. I often wonder what would happen if Wall Street had mandatory drug testing on a Monday morning. I doubt if there would be a Bull Market that day. I wonder when it is we are going to get serious about drug abuse. I know that in America it is taken so seriously that whole squads of LAPD highly trained Police, hide in wheelie bins waiting for grandma to get her next snort of cocaine so she can get high before the bingo. Why is it that the Police spend so much time at the bottom of the drug ladder and not at the top? When I was in Sydney I took drugs for a short period and what an eyeopener that was. It was easier to get drugs delivered than to order a Pizza. In fact several of the Sydney dealers lived in apartments right next to the Police Station behind Oxford Street. I gave up drugs despite efforts by known criminals to get me back on them. The homeless are no more drug users than the rest of society. Go to most nightclubs on a Saturday night and the dealers will be doing their trade just as on a Friday night dealers will be on their way to the A listers and their followers. To deal with drugs requires a regime. A regime that starts with your rich neighbor with two kids and a look at me wife who brings  in drugs through UK Customs in a truck to sell to 15 year olds who onsell to kids at school. I have said before we have 80,000 troops in the UK and if I were Prime-Minster my troops would at Dover et al and not one vehicle would come into the UK without being searched. The EU open borders policy is a magnet for drug dealers. It does not help that we failed in Afghanistan – as they have no economy (despite America spending 100 billion there) heroin is their economy of necessity.

I had never experienced  the drug world until that time in Sydney and it is a hell-hole for those who are vulnerable to drugs. I have had to intervene when I saw a young girl so high she would have done anything for another hit. I spent one Christmas with a woman who was in full psychosis trying to get her clean. In the end I paid for a plane ticket to get her away from the drug inner circle.

Governments have been so busy making an absolute mess of foreign Policy that drugs have not been high on the agenda. They need to be. Poverty does lead to drugs as a source of income and despite Cameron's and Obama feel good talk many people are now worse off than 1o years ago. We must start by proper border controls. We must start carrying  out more workplace checks. We must control the supply. That mean helping economies Mr Trump , not building walls. It means using new economic methods to help communities that rely on drug production and it means drug-testing the A listers on a Saturday night – which LAPD do not do. Yes some homelss take drugs but no more than the rest of society. I met many homelss in Sydney and most just wanted a roof and a job.

Drugs are a huge hole in the economy and such a waste of life. I have written so much more about ways in which we can reduce the drug supply but Obama and Cameron have made sure that for 8 years I have been censored. Why? My ideas are those they do not have. One day, with the whole world watching, I will ask them. The reason I have put a photo of Hogan-Howe on the page is because in the UK the Global Criminal Group who organise the persecution I am subject to are selling a very addictive drugs and he will not arrest them. http://www.desmondlast.com

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How do you see climate change and Sino-US relationship?

My answer to How do you see climate change and Sino-US relationship?

Answer by Desmond Last:

China has never participated in the Post War World. The Emergence of its  market economy has been with little regard to its industrial pollution. Instead of seeing the  World Economy as a Partnership it has instead choose to try and monopolise it. It has allowed corruption to distort the internal effects of its new economy and has had scant regard for any long-term effects of its race to control world demand through an excess of supply. Now we are all suffering the consequences of an ideology which would seem to want to conquer rather than share. But then is China any different to America or Europe? We are about to enter a new era of International Politics. It could have been very different but Obama and Cameron have ensured my development of the United Nations will not be put to the World or China or for that matter to Russia – United Nations 2  is a development which would have brought Peace and co-operation. Instead we are now going to have isolation. Countries will guard their water, store their food, fight for their power and if necessary invade  for it. If that means making the first strike in order  to ensure that they can maintain supply they will. Countries like the UK ,who do not or will not have enough water to supply industry and domestic need, who import 60 percent of their Power and who are a nett importer of Food are very vulnerable to Climate Change – but they have a head in the sand attitude. China has already displayed it is not shy to seize what it wants – take the building of the Island Reef near Taiwan to gain territorial space. Nobody has stopped them. The West is weak. Obama was a walkover and never really came to grips with the Middle East or Asia China. Cameron who sees himself as a Statesman has become a World Joke. Only Russia is able to stand eye to eye with China. The co-operation between China and Russia in Afghanistan is a clear indication that China views America as a customer and Russia as a Partner. Merkel and Europe are closing the Borders of Europe with its emerging European Army. It is obvious from the increase in Military spending that World Peace is an ideal as far as World Leaders are concerned. I see it as a reality but then who am I? The post war era is truly over. America will need to protect its Fuel Supplies and bring its Troops home – Brushfires, Drought, Earthquakes and even possibly nuclear accident will require civil law enforcement and hands to drive Earthmover's.  China and America will still talk but when the time comes each will do whatever it has to in order to protect its citizens. That is the difference. America has protected its interests and many of those interests have been about money – now it will have to protect its citizens. The Paris 21 Agreement is a joke. It is not mandatory, it does not start till 2020 , it gives away 100 billion dollars a year and nobody reports back till 2025. It will not stop one bushfire till 2025 or drought or flood. It  is obvious China and America have very different agendas or they would have agreed to a much more enforceable agreement. The inferno in Canada has shown how ill-prepared the West is for the increasing  negative effects of Climate Change. China will not follow through on its promise to reduce pollution  even though its want to. It will be too busy dealing with floods, drought and an increase in air and water borne virus. It would be nice to say that China and America were going to build a Solar Plant in the Middle East and Africa to supply all the Power the World Needs – but as they are not, it kind of backs up my answer to you.


How do you see climate change and Sino-US relationship?

How does global tourism increase global warming in the world?

My answer to How does global tourism increase global warming in the world?

Answer by Desmond Last:

When you light a match where does the heat and carbon-dioxide go? When you wash your clothes with  the chemical cleaner sold in the supermarket where do the chemicals go. When you drive your car where do the exhaust gases go? When you sit in your aircraft to go on holiday where does the unburnt kerosene go?

When a bushfire such as the one in  is raging in Alberta where do all the toxins that are released go?. Where does the heat go? When there is an oil-spill where does all the oil go? When the 4000 chemicals that are now in the air we breathe in are in our lungs where do they go? When you spray an aerosol where do all the propellants go? I can go on…..

When you land in your country of destination you set into play a series of actions which I am afraid to say do nothing to help the environment. But they could and that is the tragedy of climate change – we could have created jobs, international co-operation, new technologies, in fact a bright new World. Instead Governments got scared and listened to greed. Big tall air-conditioned buildings, huge amounts of water consumption, economies geared to profit by overseas multi-nationals and hand outs to greedy corrupt governments. All while Al Shabab or Boko Haram watch

as they come in by the plane load whist the people of their country starve and live in absolute poverty. You see not only does tourism provide so much to the rich it takes away so much from the poor. Go to any major city in the  Middle East, South America, Africa and Asia. Look at the poor in their millions with so much effort centralised on rich Western tourists. Those poor have little in the way of sanitation and clean water – that then spreads disease – another negative of climate change. Zeka is carried by mosquito but its cause is stagnant and de-oxygenated water which in cities is also polluted. Spraying a insecticide in the air is not going to stop the spread of Zika but clean running water will – but we have less and less water. How many of these 5 star hotels in tourist cites dump their rubbish and fouled water on the poor.. I put forward in my new economic system of climate change neutral cities where tourists would go to marvel at the people and new technology but as we all know Obama and Cameron have silenced me for 8 years and the scum UK Media will not report anything to do with me. www.desmondlast.com

How does global tourism increase global warming in the world?

What are human values for environment?

My answer to What are human values for environment?

Answer by Desmond Last:

The most important is respect. Respect for a system so intricate and awesome it is able to provide us with inspiration, with life, provide hope and give us a future.

We should fight for its existence with every idea and method available to us. We all remember our most treasured moment; that golden sunset an explosion of colors a diffusion of emotion that stillness as you wonder your future and reflect the past. That sunrise as you leap out of bed with all your dreams before you and the love you cherish accompanying you. Value; that which we give to those Emperors of the sea the Whales as they roar majestically to the sea and give us a world of sheer magnificence. Surprise as we watch the skillful navigators of the world oceans, the dolphins, steer their happy way. Care as an elephant slowly tramp hers dragoons of feet her children close by. Protection as a tiger shields his young from thsoe whose greed would extinct them. We have done so much to destroy our World and so little to protect it. I often wonder why you would even want to challenge the negative effects of climate change as care for the Planet can only improve all our lives. Every day we poor more chemicals into our World, more heat, more carbon dioxide and other harmful gases. We all know we are slowly destroying our World. Why then do we give it so little value? Because at the moment we can. But each day we move slowly towards the 'Pressure Cooker' effect. When the pressure and temperature reach critical mass and we will not be able to stop the huge clashes of wind sea and air that will try to reverse the direction of seas and winds. So Horror and fear is a value we must learn to give a price to. 400 years ( that is when mass deforestation began) is all it has taken to destroy this world and most of that in the last 50 years. How do we take the value of respect and give it a value without the horrors of climate change such as  Alberta Fires? Involvement. We must all be involved. But we have allowed Governments, incompetent and  self-interested Governments and other umbrella organisations to control our answers to Climate Change. The same people who have allowed it to get as bad as it is now and soon worse. I have a new system that would have prevented the Alberta Fires but as I keep reminding the world Obama and Cameron have and continue  to silence and censor me as well as the UK Media who will not report me. So in summary our values must become articulate and loud, or we will not have any Planet to value. http://www.desmondlast.com

What are human values for environment?

What are some practical solutions to climate change?

My answer to What are some practical solutions to climate change?

Answer by Desmond Last:

The first solution would be to tear-up the Paris 21 Climate Change agreement and start again. John Kerry should be arrested for making false and misleading statements. He told the World how a 'non-binding' agreement was going to make a difference. Mind you, he is also the same person who is trying to get the two sides that between them  killed 300,000 Syrians, to be a Government in Syria.

Why we put up with these Politicians who have not one idea between to improve our World, I have no idea. If we as a World want to first slow down the acceleration of the rate at which our climate is changing and then reverse that change we have to have an agenda and a Plan. The Paris 21 has neither. I have read the agreement. It is a masterpiece of self-congregation and vague promises and agreements. There is only one way to deal with climate change and that is for  a real-time model to be created using parallel processing (a new system I have developed) not sequential programming so we can create an order of priorities. We have to use the 80/20 rule. There are many changes we are making to the Planet that affect the Climate. Some of those changes are marginal, some make larger changes and some create an instant change to our bio-systems. Paris 21, which I was excluded from by Obama, Cameron and the U.N, does not do that. It allocates groups of 'experts' without security  verification systems ( to make sure they are genuine) who will decide who to allocate the 100 billion a year funds available from 2020. I suppose Cameron will make sure the 'fantastically corrupt governments' get their hands on as much of it as possible. It is not possible to make the changes that are needed using the Paris 21 method. John Kerry should be sacked for fooling everybody into thinking Climate Change is now 'done and dusted'. Using my method we would have gone to Paris 21 with the outcome of the model, agreed by all countries, and a list of Priorities allocated to each country.

Until this is done we are wasting our time and money on Paris 21. On a personal level try and change shopping habits. Only buy what is good for the Planet. You can also ask Obama and Cameron why I have been prevented from putting my Polocies for Climate Change to the World. http://www.desmondlast.com

What are some practical solutions to climate change?

Is it bad I don’t feel sorry for homeless people I see on the street?

My answer to Is it bad I don't feel sorry for homeless people I see on the street?

Answer by Desmond Last:

No. Why should you feel sorry for them? Do they feel sorry for the children who today will die in Africa of hunger and thirst?. Do I, an advocate of making sure they have a roof over their heads feel sorry for them? No. In fact the last emotion most homeless people want is your pity and sorrow. What are you to them? They want your money. So they can go and buy a meal or even a shower. The homeless live a very different life to yours. They have a lot to consider in a day. Where to get food from, how to get a shower, where to sleep that night as well as dealing with the threat of an over-zealous Policeman who just has to move them out of a warm doorway. If they have an addiction they will require that to be satisfied too. If they are young there will be those who want them for sex or even just assault them for it. if they are old they have to avoid being beaten-up. You see the problem with your question is that it would imply you think we can all handle the world and all its problems and simply carry on regardless. Some of those women you see on the street will have been forced there by violence and drug abuse. Women are always a target for those who want to get them on drugs to work for them as prostitutes. There are many women who will tell you that the nice quiet boyfriend turned into drug-dealing pimp. I had 2 homes in Sydney worth over 1.5 million dollars and a business – Sydney Boat Sales. I was illegally evicted from both of them by the ANZ Bank and was suddenly homeless. The Police officer who was part of my eviction said I could try a men's hostel for the homeless. Many people lose their homes. Look at the loans scandal in America, Steel workers in the U.K etc. Homelessness is not a crime. There are more and more people becoming homeless in the U.K many young – all prey to sexual predators to drugs and to crime. Take the U.K. It has allowed its infra-structure to be overwhelmed by those seeking work from Europe and the Commonwealth. They all need homes and they displace young English-born who form a resentment against them and the Gov and those who represent the Gov – not MP's – the Police. Good Government Policy is the champion of the Government. Bad policy is the responsibility of the Police. We are at the door of a very different World. Climate Change, Conflicts, Terrorism and the total failure  of the Capitalist System to equalise wealth through a system which should be transparent, effective ,equal and does not submit to monopolisation- but does not. There are other categories of homeless. Climate Change refugees have nowhere to live, have lost all their belongings and some will stay homeless. Economic refuges have no money and cannot get work. Refugees from conflicts who simply get fed-up of their enforced surroundings and wander to wherever they can to be better  off.  Feeling sorry for them is not going to help the homeless. But understanding why they are homeless and support  those who are trying to change the system – like me, who Obama and Cameron have done everything they can to silence will help- will. The people in the photo are homeless – from the Alberta bushfire – would you help them?www.desmondlast.com

Is it bad I don't feel sorry for homeless people I see on the street?