I COULD NOT RESIST POSTING ANOTHER ONE: QUEENS TRIBUNE ARTICLE ABOUT JAMAICA BEING SO HOT IS THE MOST BULLSHIT ARTICLE I HAVE READ AND I HAVE READ PLENTY OF BULLSHIT ARTICLES ON THE SUBJECT

Saw this and just had to do a blog post, I mean some bullshit needs to be called out on and the rag Queens Tribune needs to be called out on this major bullshit that is even low for them.

I don’t know if Samia Farah,  the director of sales at Greiner-Maltz Investment Properties, wrote this blatant bullshit and ALL LIES article about Jamaica, but if she did, she should head over to the Trump campaign (which is all bullshit) and she would be the Queen Bee of BULLSHIT there.

Let’s break this major bullshit article down:

Top reasons why Jamaica, Queens, is the hottest find today:

1. Diversity in the middle class is opening up doors to entrepreneurial business investments and ventures. BUT the lower class and the ghetto class outweigh any of the middle class that decided not to hightail it the hell out of here. Most of the businesses here are the same shit over and over, 99 cent stores, beauty supply stores (last count had about 11 just on Jamaica Ave), the mismash of crap stores that resemble third world flea markets and other assorted shit. Very few new businesses have opened that are REALLY NEW and not just another hair salon place and some of the new businesses that have opened since I have been here have since closed (City Rib, Moda Grill, Charcoal Kabab)

2. Trendy restaurants and nightlife are bringing in young professionals. Taking a cue from Trump’s disaster of a debate, WRONG! Wrong on so many accounts. There are NO TRENDY RESTAURANTS, hell, you would be hard pressed to find that many decent ones (although a few good ones stick out, just a few ). Probably the only one I would think of as “trendy” is Mirch Grill at 172-27 Hillside Avenue. Somewhat trendy and really good, but they do not serve alcohol, but have some great mocktails. So since there are NO TRENDY restaurants (AND NO NIGHTLIFE what-so-ever), there is nothing to bring young professionals here, in fact you would be hard pressed to find any young professionals. Some low-class ghetto, gangbangers, homeless, criminals, low-class third world immigrants and other assorted crap folks, but NO YOUNG PROFESSIONALS.

3. Families feel safe and welcome. Residential areas have a traditional feel with parks and schools. While not as bad as some of those way overpriced Brooklyn hot spots like Buswick/Bedstuy, Jamaica has had over a dozen people killed this year alone and countless others injured while being shot, stabbed or hit by huge tractor trailer trucks in the downtown area. Welcome, REALLY, I have been here for almost 6 years and hopefully my last and I have to say the most unfriendliest people live in Jamaica, plus they all tend to stick together with their own kind. So as far as diverse, yeah there is much diversity, but they just don’t mix it up here. Bangledeshi here, Mexicans there, Jamaicans other there, African- Americans over yonder, etc, but rarely do they all mash together like a true diverse community does. The parks are garbage strewn from the homeless encampment of Major Mark Park to the the garbage strewn Roy Wilkins Park. And the schools, THE WORSE, just ask parents.

4. It is attractive to people in all walks of life. Families, young professionals and world travelers all want to live there. NO NO NO. No want really wants to live here, they just end up here because it is so expensive everywhere else. I mean you think if I could have bought a place in Park Slope or LIC or West Village, I would have chosen ghetto Jamaica. Plus re-read the above comment, which relates to this huge lie.

5. A perfect mix of residential and commercial is key to balancing work and family life all in one location. I really have no idea what the fuck this even means, but if shitty crappy third world dwellings mixed with tons of medical facilities, drug testing places and a poisonous waste transfer station (Royal Waste) right in downtown Jamaica with their 24/7 operation of hundreds of trucks going by daily and the stench from that place, well, then I guess you can call that ghetto balance then, otherwise it is BULLSHIT.

6. Projections for future development are strong indicators that Jamaica is trending toward middle to upper-middle class. Well, this is true, but only time will tell if this happens, because right now Jamaica trends toward low-class to god awful ghetto with some middle class stuck in this nightmare of a community. But this statement does not directly relate to Jamaica, this is just a general statement about any area.

7. Investor tipping points find these particular neighborhoods still affordable enough now for a sound investment in future profits. SEE ABOVE.

8. Worldwide audiences are taking a closer look at shows like HGTV’s “Selling New York.” WHAT THE FUCK, how can I even comment on this crap.

Samia, you  have a bright future in the world of politics.

As I said I have lived here for almost 6 years and it has been a shitty 6 years of garbage, noise, poisonous waste stations, thug auto body shops that have turned Merrick Blvd into the new Willets Point, over 20 homeless shelters, dirty parks, low-class third world retail, crappy restaurants, shootings, gangs, drug dealers, poor streets & sidewalks and oh did I mention, tons of low-class ghetto people and not one damn real bakery and until Starbucks came here, not even a coffee shop.

Here is the REAL JAMAICA Ms. Farah.

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Elderly man's legs are crushed by dangerous tractor trailer truck in downtown Jamaica, Friday (7.8.6) due to chronic neglect by elected officials and city agencies.

Elderly man’s legs are crushed by dangerous tractor trailer truck in downtown Jamaica, Friday (7.8.6) due to chronic neglect by elected officials and city agencies.

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I mean only fucking ghetto savages live like this and black communities wonder why no one respects those communities. I mean come, on look how some folks live.

I mean only fucking ghetto savages live like this and black communities wonder why no one respects those communities. I mean come, on look how some folks live.

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Vacant "condo" where Con Ed has put up a sign that "electricity of off due to lack of payment. Can you say ghetto B&B.

Vacant “condo” where Con Ed has put up a sign that “electricity of off due to lack of payment. Can you say ghetto B&B.

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This was the deli that closed a few years ago for dealing drug, guess it is opened for business again. SLOBS.

This was the deli that closed a few years ago for dealing drug, guess it is opened for business again. SLOBS.

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Totally Illegal blocking of sidewalk. Pretty Girl is one of many stores on Jamaica Ave doing this. Besides making it difficult to manuever, it is low-class ghetto/third world country EYESORE.

Totally Illegal blocking of sidewalk. Pretty Girl is one of many stores on Jamaica Ave doing this. Besides making it difficult to manuever, it is low-class ghetto/third world country EYESORE.

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TOTALLY FUCKING ILLEGAL & DANGEROUS. Watch crossing the streets tourists. Such trucks come from Royal Waste Services.

TOTALLY FUCKING ILLEGAL & DANGEROUS. Watch crossing the streets tourists. Such trucks come from Royal Waste Services.

Downtown Jamaica, UNACCEPTABLE

Downtown Jamaica, UNACCEPTABLE

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Yes, the new symbol of Jamaica Ghetto! This in Rufus King Park.

Yes, the new symbol of Jamaica Ghetto! This in Rufus King Park.

 

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From Queens Tribune:

Wisest Choice This Season In New York Real Estate: Jamaica, Queens

on: October 06, 2016In: Real Estate Marketplace, Special Section

Samia Farah

Samia Farah

If you are looking to invest in real estate and New York looks interesting, put Jamaica, Queens, and surrounding neighborhoods at the top of your list in 2016.

Up-and-coming neighborhoods in this area are showing up in real estate industry sites like StreetEasy and sought-after real estate destination shows on HGTV. A diverse middle class is attractive to young professionals and those looking for a mix of the hottest foody spots, eclectic artwork, family-friendly parks and schools. In fact, The Wall Street Journal just named this area the hottest NYC spot this year.

Top reasons why Jamaica, Queens, is the hottest find today:

1. Diversity in the middle class is opening up doors to entrepreneurial business investments and ventures.

2. Trendy restaurants and nightlife are bringing in young professionals.

3. Families feel safe and welcome. Residential areas have a traditional feel with parks and schools.

4. It is attractive to people in all walks of life. Families, young professionals and world travelers all want to live there.

5. A perfect mix of residential and commercial is key to balancing work and family life all in one location.

6. Projections for future development are strong indicators that Jamaica is trending toward middle to upper-middle class.

7. Investor tipping points find these particular neighborhoods still affordable enough now for a sound investment in future profits.

8. Worldwide audiences are taking a closer look at shows like HGTV’s “Selling New York.”

Take a closer look, do your research and trust the experts. You will find Jamaica, Queens, to be a wise choice. Invest now while there is still room to invest.

Samia Farah is director of sales at Greiner-Maltz Investment Properties.

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4 thoughts on “I COULD NOT RESIST POSTING ANOTHER ONE: QUEENS TRIBUNE ARTICLE ABOUT JAMAICA BEING SO HOT IS THE MOST BULLSHIT ARTICLE I HAVE READ AND I HAVE READ PLENTY OF BULLSHIT ARTICLES ON THE SUBJECT

  1. If you’ve got a lemon, make lemonade! Joe, how about turning Jamaica into an amusement park? Gate it off and sell tickets.

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  2. For the first time in my life I am giving serious consideration to leaving NYC. Let’s see…exuberant rents just to live civilized or the homeless shelter? Not much of a choice. Queens is turning into an over-populated, over-priced cesspool of grubby third-world folks who simply refuse to assimilate, neither culturally, nor linguistically. One tries to have an open mind and not appear racist, but enough is enough. How about building a wall around Queens!

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