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Building @growthpathlabs 🎙️ | Native San Franciscan 🌁 | Moderate Liberal ⚖️

SF & NYC
Joined October 2010
Introducing Ori Tandler. His name means "my light" in Hebrew. What a wild ride we are in for. I am already absolutely smitten! 😍🐶
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I think the strategy for addressing homelessness in San Francisco is pretty clear. 1) Shelter and treatment first 2) Housing earned We essentially have the opposite plan in place.
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Our strategy is called "Housing First." Advocates for this strategy fight against shelter creation and mandated treatment. Their belief is that every addict needs (and deserves) their own home. It is a case studio in prioritizing utopia fantasies over practical solutions.
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If our politicians really believed that housing was the answer they would build massive housing complexes in less expensive parts of California. They clearly don't actually believe this. Or if they do, they have an interesting way of showing it.
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Currently our politicians celebrate each and every new tiny building produced for low income housing. With all due respect, we need more than 50 or 100 units here and there. There are 161,000 homeless people in California. We need highrises.
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I'm honestly disgusted by the lack of action on the humanitarian crisis unraveling in this state. Where is the urgency? Where is the strategy? Where is the vision? Where is the hustle? What we have going on here is an abomination. We should hold our leaders accountable.
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Agree or disagree: If California wanted to solve homelessness it could do so in one year.
55% Agree
33% Disagree
10% Unsure
1% Other
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Dog owners: How would you rate your dog's intelligence?
19% Average
43% Above average
16% Below average
22% Not a dog owner
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I strongly believe that the "housing first" ideology is at the root of SF's OD crisis. It is impractical, illogical, and frankly, I think deadly. 1) We aren't able to give $1.5M condos to everybody 2) Even if we did, severe addicts have a high chance of ODing in them
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I believe that what most of the people on the streets of SF need is treatment and shelter. They need to be taken indoors - even if against their will. They should be required to get medical attention (almost all have untreated injuries & illness). Then drug treatment.
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We should provide transitional, assisted, group-living facilities for those exiting treatment. We need to have sober-only housing options (these basically don't exist). We need to use the hospital in county jail for additional capacity.
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We have tools to do this. Medical professionals (e.g., EMTs) can mandate an involuntary hold. If someone is acting erratically (e.g., screaming, naked, wandering into traffic), I believe they should be 5150'd for at least 72 hrs. ochealthinfo.com/sites/hca/f…
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We also have many laws that we currently do not enforce. This must be incredibly confusing for the police. They receive mixed messages. Many people want them to enforce the laws (e.g., against public consumption of drugs, defecation, camping) yet they are not allowed to do so.
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The hard left of SF is a sizable portion of the city (~35%). They are practically allergic to the notion of law enforcement & jail. 5150s and jail are tools that societies use to enforce the law and get people the care & attention they need.
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Until we as a city agree that mandatory treatment is moral and righteous, the decay & deaths will continue. So long as we think police are unnecessary and housing is the answer - the tents will continue to dot the sidewalks of SF, and people will die en masse inside of them.
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Ultimately, I think that the politicians will follow the will of the people. Currently the will of the people is to "provide housing" and "live & let live." I believe thousands more souls will fester & die in the streets of SF as a result.
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People often ask me if I have become "red-pilled." When I see otherwise very smart people doubling down on failed policies that lead to mass death -- I feel that the answer is yes. What's happening here is an abhorrent case of prioritizing leftist ideology over common sense.
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Show me a mother with an addicted teen who would hand him $600/month, a hotel room, and a bag of free needles. Well, that is currently our city's approach. Cash, needles, occasional housing and no consequences. I wouldn't want this for myself, or anybody I know.
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So yes, San Francisco government redpilled me. It is impossible to look at the situation in the streets and feel proud of our government's response. I believe that we have created a city-funded death trap. If we continue with our current approach, thousands more will die.
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The drugs are getting stronger, the police are quitting in droves, and downtown is a shell of its former self. I pray every day for San Francisco. I pray that sanity will return to my beautiful hometown. I pray that we will have better leaders soon. Thank you for reading. 🙏
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