Shocking video of how bad habbit beggars (drug addicts, smokers and alcoholics) are shown better love in America than those who truly deserve better help and love.
The video you are about to watch is a social experiment conducted by Colby Persin. A Christian faithful. Colby Persin decided to play the role of a homeless beggar who was addicted to drugs, alcohol and weed. He got positive response from passers by on the street of New York.He was amazed and decided to change his strategy to a homeless single dad looking for money to feed for his family. A little girl who pretended to be his daughter laid on the ground resting her head on his lap and pretended to be sick. The response Colby got was unbelievably shocking…watch and share below:
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What he did revealed an amazing fact about how New Yorkers are quick to help or reward people with bad behaviors than people who truly needed help.
Colby Persin carried out two different experience on a street in New York. The first experient he did was to pretend to be a homeless beggar, an alcholic and a drug addict…He puts up a sign which read “Homeless Need money for weeds, drug and alchol and got positive response from passers by in New York street
Upon a successful first experienment, he decided to carry out the second experiment with a different inscription whic says “Homeless Single father looking for money for family” He was expecting a better response when he took up a different sign but the response he got thereafter was shocking, despite having a liitle girl pretending to be sick and laying on his lap…
It is understandable that both beggars need help from passers but who do you truly believe deserved more? A homeless man with a child or a beggar who needs money for alcohol, weed and drugs.
Colby Person came to the conclusion that New Yorkers are quick to reward persons with bad behaviors and ignore people with positive intents. In his world, Colby asked “why are we quick to reward bad behavior? Why do we choose to ignore the people we should be helping?’