Days after police sweep, Venice Beach again consumed with homeless

Posted on July 21, 2021 12:32 pm

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blatherskite
blatherskite
9 days ago

Aren’t they busy cleaning a sewage spill?

jon berg
jon berg
9 days ago

That new video footage of the car with Arkansas plates being emptied while the vermin take their belongings to set up on the beach, brazenly—-well, that says it all. Bonehead Mike Bonin and his endless compassion for losers from around the nation owns this mess and hopefully soon he will have his bell rung but good. The word is out in Little Rock, Pine Bluff and Jacksonville and Memphis that the livin’s good out in Cali, the weather can’t be beat, drugs are cheap, plentiful and legal, and the political climate very forgiving. So why won’t they keep on comin’,… Read more »

Ellen
Ellen
9 days ago

There is a YT video, guy standing on border of santa monica and venice. he looks north, pristine, he looks south, garbage and tents

David Ross
David Ross
9 days ago

That’s easy to fix. Hand out over loaded free doses of fentanyl and then bring in the garbage trucks to clean up the debris

No Name
No Name
10 days ago

Thank you Rep BoneHead Bonin for destroying Venice Beach
Good job

Squatch
10 days ago

One man’s flop space is another billionaire’s rocket rise into space. Life’s competitive whether you’re worth two dollars or two trillion.

You expected something different?

Hey the earliest returnees to prime Venice real estate ended up with flop spaces with better views and better services, people to roll and stores to loot. They’d call that an upgrade! How opportunistic, almost like Wall Street!
It’s a dog eat dog world out there.

Ellen
Ellen
9 days ago
Reply to  Squatch

We have a human quality called compassion, and if most ppl live in squalor, it will affect your elitist quality of life.

Squatch
9 days ago
Reply to  Ellen

Compassion? Sorry, my tank is almost empty. I keep what little that remains for the truly deserving, not the self made failures. You can keep being played if you’d like. Growing up in NYC, I watched closely as most of my early friends learned how to game the system. I chose a different path. Most of them are dead now and have been so for quite some time. Theirs was a conscious choice as was mine. If that is elitist in your mind, well then, to you, I am an elitist. Ho hum. I will admit to being a pragmatic… Read more »

Squatch
9 days ago
Reply to  Ellen

What I opined was sarcasm, which should be obvious and, perhaps, noted, at best, and cynicism at worst.
I’m certainly not among the “elite”. The elite go to space in rockets and plan the mass die off of humanity and the advanced planning of carnage.
Want to talk compassion? Talk to them, not me. Let us know how that conversation goes.

Dean
Dean
10 days ago

Time for residents of Venice to either call Sheriff V or begin taking matters into their own hands. The L.A. city is incompetent to do anything useful.

jon berg
jon berg
10 days ago

The only answer at this point is Rio de Janeiro-style paramilitary goon squads who mysteriously go about their important work in the hours of darkness. At dawn, the results of that vital handiwork is plain to see.

showandtell
showandtell
10 days ago

Oh great, after years of letting this fester and increase, we can’t get rid of these cockroaches, er, homeless/vagrants? Who come from all over the country after hearing they can live on the beach free? Who do drugs and lie around and collect social service money and no one will bother them? Sorry, Mike Bonin, you’re DONE. #timesupbonin!