Many emergency shelters require residents to pass a drug and alcohol tests.
While they provide shelter from environmental hazards such as vermin and extreme weather, they’re not necessarily safe, and they’re certainly not conducive to sleep.
Some shelters do require guests to be sober and pass a screening process.
However, in many a guest finds themselves sleeping among other people who are up making noise talking to themselves or each other, fighting, yelling, drunk, and suffering from hallucinations or mental illness..
The European Union has long criticized its East European members — the former Soviet satellites Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic — for alleged "authoritarian" tendencies.
The George Soros-backed, open-borders policy favored by Western European leaders has long been a sore point between East and West, with East European leaders refusing to admit millions of economic migrants from the Middle East and other world crisis spots whom they see as a threat to their security, culture and identity as a people.