RUFUS KING PARK PAVILION HOMELESS SHELTER OPENED BACK UP FOR BUSINESS – $2.2 MILLION DOLLAR DOWN THE DRAIN, SO WHAT DO YOU THINK MELINDA KATZ, HOPE KNIGHT AND RORY LANCMAN

“The Philster” roving reporter has stated that the Rufus King Park Pavillion Homeless Shelter is back opened for business.

So Hope Knight, President of GJDC and Queens BP Melinda Katz, is this the major benefits from the Jamaica Now NON-ACTION PLAN you talked about in the Queens Courier article (https://cleanupjamaicaqueens.wordpress.com/2017/07/13/talk-about-fucking-delusional-gjdc-president-hope-knight-sees-major-benefits-from-jamaica-action-plan-let-me-show-you-the-real-ghetto-benefits-ms-knight-and-it-aint-fucking-pretty/). I mean please pass me the drugs you folks are taking to help me escape from TRUTH and REALITY. AND Katz, are you the bullshit artist that  is always selling this line of crap, “What’s good for families, is good for Queens”, BUT does that NOT apply to Jamaica.

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3 thoughts on “RUFUS KING PARK PAVILION HOMELESS SHELTER OPENED BACK UP FOR BUSINESS – $2.2 MILLION DOLLAR DOWN THE DRAIN, SO WHAT DO YOU THINK MELINDA KATZ, HOPE KNIGHT AND RORY LANCMAN

  1. Have to admit, I love the resourcefulness and persistence of these derelicts. Especially the cardboard sleeping bags/cocoons. Now these are the “makers” that these technocrat cretins are talking about.

    Really, where are these people suppose to go. Well, except for the white junkies coming from L.I. and maybe the ones who couldn’t make it in Brooklyn and moderate their smack intake, those districts should be responsible for them. 60,000 plus and rising and nothing but hotels, luxury condos and now a casino extension have and are being built in addition to the fabricated market rents and stagnant paychecks.

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    • I have no tolerance nor sympathy for the majority of homeless, especially the chronically unemployed and the alcoholics or drug addicts who created their own destiny, which is what many in the SE Queens area are.

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  2. I don’t care for them either. It’s just that the city was bankrupt and went through a blackout and near bankruptcy 40 years ago and there were plenty of hospitals and shelters to put them in. Of course there wasn’t the ridiculous record amount today, which is just insane because NYC is one of the richest cities in the world and the economy is so awesome.

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