Inhaling Thinner is one of the cheapest and most common ways to forget about being hungry, about living in the streets, about leaving children back home – Huffing glue, cement, gasoline amongst other substances called ‘Monas’ or ‘Monearse’ which is the verb for these actions have become the most accessible way to cope with a reality wherein they are living on the streets, making a living out of doing some street juggling inhaling more gasoline to spew out flames which makes them earn more money simply to buy more glue to go through the day.
México City’s streets are home for
More than 3, 282 people
Main factor for leaving home is precarious money situation.
This is but a number and data existent from people that have actually been ‘seen’ by those doing these type of records.
It is estimated that 43% of this population of youngsters living in the streets were between 11 and 15 when they first left their broken homes.
A new government report has revealed to discover that more 12-year-olds in the U. S. sniff inhalants instead of using marijuana, cocaine or hallucinogens combined.
The sniffing inhalants which are a fad among young Americans include aerosol cans, glue, paint solvents and lighter fluid, among others.
The experts have cautioned that these inhalants can result in cardiac arrest, known as "sudden sniffing death".
We exposed how important it will be within the Equal Money System to give proper care to pregnant women. One of them was living on the streets – she died due to complications while giving birth.
There are places that try to give shelter to these youngsters. Though, due to such places not providing the necessary to keep them huffing, they opt to escape once again – streets have become their place as they’ve become addicted to being high on solvents.
Also a considerable amount of them are currently becoming part of Drug-Trafficking and Sex-Commerce
which has revealed in some of their clothing and hygiene habits.
The problem is that these beings are becoming more self-sufficient due to the nature of the business they have gotten themselves into which certainly traps them into a more liberal and comfortable situation that provides a refugee for their drug addictions.
Drug addiction and abuse are a constant within this population.
Other drugs on the list are: weed, cocaine, heroin and crack.
Studies have revealed that preventing governmental actions have ha a rather counterproductive result staying as a repressive-move more than an actual educational labor about drugs and the lasting effects of them.
Women living on the streets: 60% have confirmed being subject to rape as well as violence, physical abuse and general insecurity.
Police men would also extort them, usually asking them money to not take them to jail.
Half of the population living on the streets have suffered a form of abuse: being robbed, hit, sexually abused and abused by the “authorities” – which means cops abusing them. A third part of this population sample also has kids.
Large number of women are currently being placed ‘into business’ within sex-trade commerce.
Ezequiel escaped from his house in San Luis Potosí, México following a dream of becoming a soccer player.
Instead, he got himself in the ‘big city’ and has remained here for over 20 years – he recently turned 30 – living off of cleaning windshields which is a very common traffic-lights work for homeless people. He’s one of 50 people that live in one single corner in one of the streets near downtown.
They defecate and have sex on the streets which have lead them to nearly being incarcerated due to law violations for this. They claim that if they aren’t allowed to do their regular functions on streets, then where else?
Ezequiel only managed to go to second grade of Elementary school – he had a son at the age of 18. He hasn’t eaten in 10 days and he tries to forget about it with his huffing. His last meal were two pieces of bread buns.
He explained how everyone’s an addict there with him, though he says he does it because of hunger.
“Huffing Thinner Makes me Forget my Tummy Aches”
Two years ago his parents almost found him dead as the huffing had affected his lungs, liver and kidneys. They took him back home – two months afterwards, he was back in the streets of México City.
He plans on ‘starting from scratch’ once he goes back to his home city –there are thousands like him only in Mexico City, dreaming of a ‘better future’ that they sniff away every single day.
Within the Equal Money System there will be NO need for people to run out of broken homes due to having proper living conditions – no one will be forced to live their children, their home city to aspire ‘making a living’ in the capital city which is growing day by day, becoming absolutely insufficient for all.
The use of drugs to stop the pain that hunger creates is simply unacceptable – we cannot allow ourselves to remain ignorant within not knowing the reasons of why someone decides/opts or simply has no other solution but going into the streets for jobs that don’t require even an elemental educational level. Living on the streets becomes an easy way of living for people like Ezequiel who are still dependent on drugs to cope with this reality that is Not supporting them or anyone else at an Equal-level
Research the Equal Money System – become part of the ones that agree upon feeding, giving proper housing and care to each individual human being to ensure no further abuse and disregard of others as ourselves can happen again.