Los Angeles Typhus Cases Growing

Typhus Epidemic Spreads Across Liberal Utopia of Los Angeles Due to Mountains of Trash, Growing Homeless Population

A typhus epidemic is worsening in the liberal utopia of Los Angeles, California due to a growing homeless population and mountains of rat-infested trash.

Nothing says “progressive” more than a medieval infectious disease like typhus fever spreading through a city in the year 2019.

Typhus is mainly spreading across the homeless population through fleas that live on the rats that rummage in heaps of trash, however Liz Greenwood, the Deputy City Attorney who works at City Hall contracted the disease.

Symptoms of typhus include fever, headache and a rash. Untreated cases are fatal.

“It felt like somebody was driving railroad stakes through my eyes and out the back of my neck,” Greenwood told NBC 4. “Who gets typhus? It’s a medieval disease that’s caused by trash.”

Ms. Greenwood believes she contracted typhus from fleas that have infested her office at City Hall East.

“There are rats in City Hall and City Hall East,” Greenwood added. “There are enormous rats and their tails are as long as their bodies.”

2018 set the record for the number of typhus cases, reported NBC. 124 cases in Los Angeles County were reported, according to the California Department of Public Health.

In October, Mayor Garcetti promised to clean up the heaps of rat-infested trash piling up around Los Angeles to help combat the Typhus epidemic.

Even though the Mayor allocated millions of dollars to help clean up the LA, especially Skid Row, knows as “the Typhus Zone,” there are still mountains of trash everywhere and the infectious disease is worsening.

A statement from Mayor Garcetti’s office was given to NBC Los Angeles:

“Last fall we directed multiple City departments to begin a coordinated and comprehensive effort to improve cleanliness and protect public health in the Civic Center, including City Hall and City Hall East. In addition to increased trash collection and cleanings, aggressive action has been taken to address pests both in the buildings and in the surrounding outside areas — including abatement treatments and the filling of 60 rodent burrows and 114 tree wells. This work in busy and highly populated public buildings is executed carefully to protect workers and visitors, and the scheduling of extermination activities takes these factors into consideration.” — Vicki Curry, spokeswoman, city of Los Angeles

from:    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/02/typhus-epidemic-spreads-across-liberal-utopia-of-los-angeles-due-to-mountains-of-trash-growing-homeless-population/

Project Live/Love


The Need For Love

Mother Teresa once said, “The greatest disease in the west is not TB or leprosy. It is being unwanted, uncared for, and unloved.” In America you don’t have to go far before you find someone who is in desperate need of love. Communities have been crushed by the addiction of drugs. Thousands of people sleep in the streets because they are without a home. Women and children cry themselves to sleep at night because they have been sexually exploited all day. The need for love becomes more and more apparent when seeing the absence of it.

What if it was possible to put more love in the world? Could we create real change to today’s social issues? Could we start a movement that would change the world? Could we, through love in motion, change the reality of so many living with out it? Project Live Love was born as an attempt to answer these questions with a Yes.

The Project

proj⋅ect [n. proj-ekt, -ikt] 1. something that is contemplated, devised, or planned; plan; scheme. 2. a large or major undertaking.

Project Live Love is a non-profit organization designed to influence culture through love in action by engaging, networking and mobilizing people who are motivated by love.”

The Mission

THINK – Our desire is to remind people to think about Living Love by exposing the need for love and bringing awareness to our message.

SHARE – Our desire is to create environments and resources that allow people to network with each other and their community’s needs to collectively Live Love.

DO – Our desire is to mobilize individuals, corporations, social organizations, and churches by providing ideas, events, and opportunities to actively Live Love.


The Initiative – THINK LOVE

The Live Love Initiative is designed to influence the hearts and minds of individuals with the idea of “Live Love” by infusing that message into culture. We use tools like t-shirts, stickers, billboards, social media, art shows, and more to inject the message into everyday life. We are marketing a message. The initiative focuses on working with all different areas of culture (Art, Music, Words, Education, Politics, Religion, Media & Fashion) to advance the message.

The Action – DO LOVE

The Action is designed to provide hands on opportunities for individuals to serve others. We partner with individuals, corporations, social organizations, churches, and schools that desire to put their love in motion. We provide opportunities for them to do so by creating programs and projects that are based on local community needs and collecting projects from various 501(c)3 organizations that work on today’s social issues. (i.e. homelessness, sex trafficking, drug and alcohol rehabilitation and more)

Each activity is highly organized and well executed. We have systems to manage the expectations of both the project creator and those living love. Projects are designed and organized according to the geography of volunteers, love languages, time commitment, skill levels and more.

from:    http://projectlivelove.com/theproject/

Here is one of their winter projects:


In Atlanta alone, it is estimated that 20 plus homeless people die each year from sleeping in the freezing cold… This year, things are going to be different!


Every night from November 10th to March 30th we are on call. If the temperature is forecasted to go below freezing the GO-Alarm is sounded and volunteers are alerted. On GO-Nights our team of volunteers assemble together at 9:00pm at LOCATION TBA. From there we divide up locations and supplies then take to the streets with hand warmers, blankets, winter items, and LOVE. Our hope is to help those we encounter make it through the night warm and safe.

Click here to read the story of how THREE-OH-WE-GO began.

from:    http://projectlivelove.com/theaction/three-oh-we-go/