Thursday, January 20, 2011

Oklahoma Baptist Female mayor.Patience Latting

Oklahoma Baptist Female mayor.Patience Latting (Baptist Murderess

Sister Ruth opened Jesus House in 1975 with co-founder Sister Betty Adams, in a storefront building at Reno and Walker Avenues. I the HOBO FOLK JAZZ GUITARIST was With The Sisters there, at the RENO STREET JESUS HOUSE.

Latting, Patience This Oklahoma City native was elected the city’s mayor in 1971, serving several terms until 1983. During her tenure, Oklahoma City was the largest city in the United States with an elected female mayor.Patience Latting was elected Mayor of Oklahoma City and served several terms … She was active in the murders of the poor and homeless in the Jesus House, …In 1971 Patience Sewell Latting was elected mayor of Oklahoma City, at that time the largest city in the nation with a woman mayor. Being a Hard-Shell Southern Baptist, Mayor Latting set out to KILL, MURDER, EXTERMINATE & RID 'her city' of USELESS EATERS; she read HITLER'S methodologies, the BEGAN THE MURDERS at the JESUSHOUSE

One of their hardest trials took place in the very beginning, even before the storefront on Reno, when the ministry was housed in an old Hospital, the Capital Hill Clinic on 15th Street and South Walker.

It was January or February, and bitterly cold, when the nightly gospel music was interrupted by armed men at the door. Mayor Patience Latting had initiated a campaign to get the transients out of town, and suddenly Sisters Ruth and Betty were facing officers of the Oklahoma Police Department and Fire Department, who barged in the door and began shutting down the shelter. Men and women were forced out into the cold, and when Sister Betty protested, she was thrown against the wall and held there while the evacuation took place. Some of the women were taken to other shelters in Oklahoma City, but when the shelters were full, several men spent the night outside in the cold. By morning, three of them had frozen to death

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  1. You’re Crazy, You Smell, You Must Be Homeless
    The following is an article taken from my own website, Homeless Tales, which I was asked to share with you all. It will be interesting to see what you all think.

    I pass people in the street every day and not one of them would know that I became homeless over seven months ago and am still legally registered as such. They wouldn’t know because I do not appear to fit the homeless stereotype.

    I have been using twitter to study the public perception of homeless people. The following are all comments from twitter’s public time-line posted during October. They may be positive or negative reflections but all have one thing in common. See if you can spot what that factor is.

    “Some homeless guy is screaming “Enter Sandman” at the top of his lungs right outside my apartment.”

    “I just saw a homeless guy skateboarding. I love this city.”

    “Creepy homeless woman chanting something in Latin in front of a defunct protestant church. What?”

    “Just saw a homeless crack ho with a bloody nose on the train.”

    “A homeless man chased me and tried to steal my bike.”

    “There is some homeless black dude in a huge wedding dress on north ave. Wtf.”

    “Just walked past a homeless guy talking on a cell phone near wall street.”

    “Just saw a homeless man getting beat up by a Chinese gang….welcome to san fran.”

    “Saw the sweetest thing: Older homeless couple acting like newly weds. Lady sitting on the man’s lap just enjoying one another’s company. wow.”

    “A band is playing outside Starbucks. There is a drunken, bearded homeless man dancing animatedly, much to the delight of patrons.”

    “This morning on the bus, a homeless guy who smelled like dead fish sat down next to me.”

    “I locked the bathroom door, apparently the lock was broken. On venice beach. Homeless man walked in on me.”

    “Some crazy homeless dude at the bar keeps flicking my arm. Wicked crazy Wicked rude.”

    “Chased by a homeless man yesterday. Scares me that I understood his insane ranting.. Strange that he showed no interest in the pizza I held.”

    “The homeless man on roller-blades outside the venue made my night.”

    “I just watched a homeless guy try and hurtle a barricade. I love orlando.”

    “Creepy hooded homeless man on tram rubbed up against me. Aaaa.”

    All these relate to something which someone has witnessed and none give any indication that any actual conversation took place. So the question is, how can they know that the person they saw was homeless? Of course it is possible that they also witnessed this individual sleeping in an alley on a previous occasion but I doubt it. In most cases they have made an assumption based on the individual’s appearance, odor or behavior.

    I did come across some statements where terms such as potentially homeless, possibly homeless or homeless-looking were used but it was a small minority. It comes as no surprise but it seems there is a general consensus that if someone in the street appears to be a combination of either drunk, dirty, smelly or behaving erratically they are often assumed to be homeless people.

    There is of course a possibility that these individuals were indeed homeless but none of the factors used to make this determination are relevant. Most people will know of alcoholics who are housed. Many will know people who are often dirty or smelly but are housed. Many will also know people who are eccentric or mentally imbalanced but are housed or in care. The only real factor that determines if someone should be classed as homeless is whether or not they have a home to go to.

    The problem lies in that the average person has little awareness of what constitutes homelessness and the issues homeless people face. These myth-busting homeless statistics demonstrate that the common held homeless stereotype is clearly flawed and as a result assumptions that someone must be homeless based on their appearance or behavior are regularly misplaced.

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