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Re: TIME TO DUMP SOME HUMPS.
« Reply #15 on: December 10, 2018, 02:29:10 AM »
QUOTE...November 14, 2018
Bill De Blasio’s Jungle -- An Inside Update
By Avrohom Gordimer

New York City is experiencing an accelerated, steep decline in quality of life. NYC now has the highest homeless population in the country. It has spiked by about 50% under the leadership of ultraprogressive Mayor Bill de Blasio. Homeless people are all over the place, living in squalor, very commonly panhandling passersby,  making them feel quite uncomfortable, and committing lots of crime. Many of these people are mentally and physically ill and need serious assistance.
Recently, NYC decided to no longer arrest or prosecute for public marijuana use, as well as for public urination. Even public drunkenness has been decriminalized under de Blasio’s lead. NYC police are now under order not to break up excessively loud parties, and stop and frisk police arrest policies have been put out of business.

In short, NYC is becoming a quality-of-life nightmare. Gone are the days of neighborhood improvement under mayors Giuliani and Bloomberg, as the city is once again becoming a cesspool of all that drives decent people away. (Mayor Bloomberg  promoted stop and frisk policing and surveillance of mosques, and hired Ray Kelly as Police Commissioner -- all of which liberals harshly criticized, and all of which de Blasio scrapped -- yet it did the job.)   

Those who do not live in New York are probably unaware of the recent dramatic uptick in street crime. This past Friday, two people slashed a 54-year-old man in the face in midtown Manhattan. That same day and 10 blocks away from this incident, a homeless man seriously assaulted two people while another homeless man chocked and violently robbed someone in an upscale Manhattan restaurant, and in lower Manhattan someone was thrown into the subway tracks and almost killed. Violent subway attacks have occurred as of late in Brooklyn as well. Residents are on edge, as horrific assaults have become more of a present reality than a thing of the past.  Those of us who take the subways and trek through the city each day on our way to and from work are not at all surprised, as the safety landscape has seismically changed for the worse over the past several years, and nice neighborhoods are again becoming rough and ugly. We are now used to being accosted by (often aggressive) beggars, and we rarely see transit police on subway platforms and in the trains. This was not at all the case prior to de Blasio. 
The New York Daily News reported on the impact of the proliferation of homeless people in NYC on local residents:
Verbal harassment and physical assaults; stoops used as bathrooms; outdoor flowerpots used to hide knives; prostitution and drug dealing; newly arrived gentrifiers unable to tell the difference between some longtime homeowners and shelter residents; real estate brokers warning that property values fall when new shelters are announced nearby; and a pastor who lost half his congregation after a parishioner was raped by homeless youths from a nearby shelter.
We recently read of a sorry situation following a string of brutal attacks at NYC bodegas:
Lara and the United Bodegas of America, which says it has roughly 100 members, are now calling on cops to install panic buttons inside city delis, train workers on how to use stun guns and allow qualified workers to obtain pistol permits for use on premises.
“People from the community run to us for help,” said the group’s president, Radhames Rodriguez, 55, during a rally held outside Lara’s bodega Sunday. “They run into our stores begging for help. We are putting our lives in danger, too. We need the tools to defend them and ourselves.”
Lara says he tried in 1992 to obtain a pistol permit but was told he could only use the gun for two hours a day -- going to and from the bank. “Make it easier for the people who qualify to get a gun,” Lara urged the NYPD.
The NYPD did not return a request for comment.
De Blasio has emasculated the police department. This mayor’s “progressive” policies have caused an explosion of homelessness, reduced quality of life, and enabled savage street crime. In fact, residents in the area where the most vicious street crimes occurred directly blame the crime on homeless people and drug dealers -- two groups that were basically set loose on the local population, courtesy of de Blasio.   
In his own curious and naive way, I think that de Blasio means well -- but meaning well and acting well are often at odds. Leniency and love are not what’s needed; tough love (such as Workfare), and downright toughness against evil, are missing and are sorely necessary. Reducing the NYC jail population and criminal sentences, for example, is the wrong way to go.
The Talmud teaches that one who acts with mercy toward the cruel is in truth causing cruelty to those who are merciful. Bill De Blasio would do well to heed this sage advice.  UNQUOTE.

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Re: TIME TO DUMP SOME HUMPS.
« Reply #15 on: December 10, 2018, 02:29:10 AM »

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Re: TIME TO DUMP SOME HUMPS.
« Reply #16 on: December 25, 2018, 03:46:25 PM »
TIME TO DUMP VANCE....THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS.....
Vagrants not charged for wild subway melee with cop

By Joe Marino and Ben Feuerherd

December 25, 2018 | 12:59am

The bums get a break for Christmas.

Five vagrants who sparred with an NYPD officer during a wild melee in a Manhattan subway station were released on Monday night without charges.

The five homeless men, who flailed at the officer in a fracas caught on video, were rounded up at the same Chinatown subway station were the altercation occurred.


Three of the drifters were released from NYPD’s Transit District 4 on Monday.

Two others — Juan Nuñez and Eliseo Alvarez Santos — were taken to Manhattan Criminal Court where the District Attorney declined charges.



The 47-second clip of the fracas shows the uniformed police officer yelling at the group to “stand back” on an F-train platform in the East Broadway station on Sunday night.

The cop was brandishing a collapsible police baton and ended up kicking two of the homeless men as they approached him, the video shows.

Two other men try to hold the group back from the cop, but one of the homeless men ducks underneath his arm, loses his footing and tumbles off the platform and onto the train tracks.

The NYPD said the cop was manning a solo foot post in the station when a woman told him that she had been harassed at around 10:30 p.m.

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Re: TIME TO DUMP SOME HUMPS.
« Reply #17 on: December 25, 2018, 04:03:17 PM »
^^^^^ ORIGINAL VIDEO OF THE ATTACK ON THE PO....  https://nyp.st/2ENEN9y


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Re: TIME TO DUMP SOME HUMPS.
« Reply #19 on: January 24, 2019, 12:17:17 AM »
OUTRAGE AT SENTENCE FOR COP ASSAULTER ...    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=23&v=yX0zyKCV_jQ

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Re: TIME TO DUMP SOME HUMPS.
« Reply #20 on: January 24, 2019, 06:39:10 AM »
Reminds me of "Cut'em Loose Bruce", the Bronx judge back in the 70's.

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« Reply #21 on: January 24, 2019, 08:56:48 AM »
"cut em loose bruce"...
his legacy caused that term in the 70s to go citywide in describing a liberal judge
that term was used frequently in the Brooklyn courts system also

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Re: TIME TO DUMP SOME HUMPS.
« Reply #26 on: August 21, 2019, 09:29:09 AM »
https://www.change.org/p/new-york-city-police-benevolent-association-demand-police-commissioner-james-o-neill-resign-immediately/c

 The comments in the above article SAY IT ALL. The NYPD has NO BACKING from their Leadership. The mayor has turned his back on the NYPD. Every citizen in the City of New York needs to be VERY Grateful and Thankful for the job that the members of the NYPD do for them. If NOT for them, there would be total chaos in that City.

 The Mayor, who I like to refer to as "Mayor DeBozo" needs to personally THANK the members of the NYPD for doing a GREAT JOB in protecting him. They are there for him wherever he goes.

 It wasn't too long ago, I believe, where the members of the NYPD turned their backs as the mayor talked at a funeral service for one of their own killed in the line of duty. They probably should have kept it that way. Because without a doubt, "he has turned his back on them", as we have seen recently.

 The current leader of the NYPD has also turned his back on them as well. Apparently in his effort to appease this mayor and make gains for himself. The sign of poor leadership, not one who stands up for what is right when necessary and backs the members who he represents.

 Of course sadly these days, New York City is NOT alone. Across the country, "politics run our police depts". Being a police officer today is without a doubt one of the TOUGHEST JOBS out there. Not only do you risk your life against our vicious criminal element, BUT you must deal with a society that puts politics ahead of the rights and safety of our Police Officers, as well as the GOOD Citizens of Our Society. 

 "God Bless" and "Thank You" to the members of the NYPD for the job they do. As well as every other police officer spread out throughout Our Entire Country.
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Re: TIME TO DUMP SOME HUMPS.
« Reply #27 on: August 21, 2019, 10:23:17 AM »
God Bless and keep safe the NYPD. It's a crying shame that O'Neil left part of his anatomy in the Testicle Storage Unit, located within the bowels of 1PP when he became PC.

 

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