Proverbs 22:22-23 – Do not rob the poor because he is poor,
Nor oppress the poor in court;
23 For the Lord will plead their case,
And plunder the soul of those who plunder them.
I recently received a ticket (for $280)with other homeless people for sleeping in a park in Anaheim. The homeless were not even given a chance to leave or a warning, but just given tickets that obviously most will be unable to pay. I have trial on June 27th regarding this case. The judge refused to dismiss it, and I refused to plead guilty to something that I don’t see as a crime. JESUS was homeless (See Luke 9:58) and called others and myself to forsake all worldly possessions (See Luke 12:33) to follow HIM. The Bible says those who ignore the cry of the poor will cry themselves and not be heard (See also Mathew 25:31-46). I am encouraging all tourists to boycott Disneyland in order to get the attention of city leaders. Another reason to Boycott Disneyland and Disneyworld can be found in the following article:
From its modest beginnings in 1991 as a informal, one-day celebration at Walt Disney World at which gay and lesbian participants donned red shirts and traveled around the park together, Gay Days at Disney World, also known as Orlando Gay Days has evolved into one of the world’s foremost GLBT celebrations. It’s also helped spawn an unrelated though similarly popular event in California each October, Gay Days Anaheim at Disneyland. Although neither Walt Disney World nor any of the parks or tourism organizations in greater Orlando actually produce this event, they do sanction and support this week-long series of social gatherings at the area’s various theme parks and hotels as well as both circuit-style parties and concerts along with more laid-back revelry at countless venues throughout the region. More than 135,000 participants have attended Disney Gay Days in recent years – the event takes place May 28 through June 3, 2013.
Please let me know if you would like to help me in this endeavor of Boycotting Disneyland and DisneyWorld, or if you have any other ideas on how we can get more help to the homeless in Anaheim and elsewhere (you can call/text me at (714)512-9848 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org), and I hope to hear from you soon!