U.S. Cities Top Global List for Highest Homelessness Problem
Insider Monkey’s finance website revealed on May 27 a list of the top 30 cities worldwide with the highest homeless population. A third of the cities listed are in the United States.
These cities are New York City, New York (No. 5); Chicago, Illinois (No. 7); Washington, D.C. (No. 8); Los Angeles, California (No. 13); San Francisco, California (No. 14); Tampa, Florida (No. 20); Seattle, Washington (No. 21); San Jose, California (No. 22); Oakland, California (No. 24); San Diego, California (No. 26); and Denver, Colorado (No. 29).
Tent cities: About 582,462 people are homeless in the United States, and 57 percent of them live in the 11 U.S. cities highlighted in the Insider Monkey report. So the $54 billion the U.S. government spends on homelessness each year isn’t doing much good. Tent cities and other types of homeless encampments are taking over liberal neighborhoods across the U.S. as socialist policies tear apart the country.
Prophecy says: The late Herbert W. Armstrong explained in a 1931 article titled “Who Is to Blame for the Hard Times?” that mass unemployment was prophesied to occur in the end time. He cited Zechariah 8:10, “For before these days there was no hire for man, nor any hire for beast; neither was there any peace to him that went out or came in because of the affliction: for I set all men every one against his neighbour.”
This prophecy describes unemployment (“no hire for man”) and civil strife (“every one against his neighbour”) during a time of “affliction” to occur just before Jesus Christ’s return. The worsening homelessness in liberal cities is a sign that the blessings God has showered on America are being stripped away.
Learn more: Read “Our Financial 9/11 Was Prophesied!”