SAN DIEGO – In an effort to reduce the widespread social shame often associated with homelessness, a new urban initiative unveiled on Thursday is said to reduce the stigma attached to the homeless by making the majority of people homeless. “It is our hope that we will see more empathy with our homeless population by making the vast majority of San Diego’s homeless by 2025,” said Mayor Todd Gloria in a statement outlining the city’s plan to make at least 900,000 of the city’s 1 , 4 mio. residents homeless through evictions, foreclosures and the possible bulldozing of a large portion of the city’s housing stock. “We want to make homelessness the new normal. Our consultants have repeatedly emphasized to us that many people are unable to sympathize with the situation of the homeless because they themselves have never experienced a shortage of housing, so we seek to remedy this. “by getting almost everyone out to live on the streets. Ultimately, this is a situation that comes down to justice, and there is no better way to reduce the inequality that homelessness causes than by making everyone else homeless as well.” City officials confirmed that the new initiative is part of a comprehensive series of social reforms that also aims to reduce the stigma attached to former inmates by arresting everyone and sending them to jail.
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