AND many of you will vote for the big white clown into office again.  WHY? He is the classic hypocrite and limousine liberal, who is fine with shit as long as it is NOT IN HIS BACKYARD or on his subway ride as he ordered NYPD to round up all homeless on his recent subway trip.

This same bullshit was done when Mayor Big Bird paid a visit to John Jay College a few weeks ago, where he pulled yet another publicity stunt when he came to the college to make phone calls on as part of CUNY Citizenship Now offering legal advice to immigrants (http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/mayor-de-blasio-doles-legal-advice-immigrants-call-in-article-1.3263538). On 58th Street between 10th and 11th Avenue, where there is scaffolding, a group of regular homeless folks hang out all the time, the homeless were rounded up and moved from that location the day the Mayor came.  OUT OF SIGHT OUT OF MIND.

When he came to Jamaica at Sutphin Blvd and Jamaica Ave last week for his clown circus Queens Tour, he made sure to only stay on the nice clean path, not venturing to garbage, homeless and all the other nonsense bullshit in Jamaica, while a few blocks away, a homeless crew in Rufus King Park had set up shot at the Pavilion and was drinking and cutting up drugs.

Damn, that white boy in the back is cutting up some good shit.

What a HYPOCRITE & LIMOUSINE LIBERAL. No walking the talk with this clown.

AND one wonders why this city is going straight to hell quickly.


From New York Post:

Homeless booted from subways so de Blasio could have ‘clean’ ride

Mayor de Blasio ventured into the city’s decrepit subway system on Sunday — but didn’t have to face the foul-smelling and often crazy vagrants that ordinary New Yorkers are forced to contend with every day.

That’s because police were ordered to roust all the homeless people from two stations ahead of the mayor’s four-stop press event as he rode from his Park Slope gym to his new re-election headquarters in Downtown Brooklyn, law-enforcement sources told The Post.

The rank and file had until 11 a.m. to prepare the Fourth Avenue/Ninth Street and Jay Street/MetroTech F train stations for the mayor’s brief, underground publicity stunt, sources said.

One source characterized the directive — contained in an email from the NYPD’s Transit Bureau — as instructing cops to “make sure nobody’s hanging out” so that the stations “looked nice.”

Another source said the mayor’s office notified police brass of his schedule ahead of time “with the expectation that the subway stations would be free and clear of homeless people.”

“It’s too bad he’s only interested when he’s going to get on the subway,” the source said.

“I wish he had the same attention to detail when he wasn’t on the subway. Too bad he doesn’t care about quality of life for all passengers and not just himself.”

A newsstand manager inside the Jay Street/MetroTech station was shocked by the noticeable absence of derelicts on the uptown A, C and F platform surrounding his kiosk.

“I see a lot of homeless people in a week — up to 25. On average five a day. Today, I have seen only one,” Ali Imtiaz said.

“I was asking my colleague today why we don’t see any homeless.”

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Imtiaz also said he spotted a group of cops — “more than four of them” — stroll past his business around 10 a.m., and lamented that it didn’t happen more often.

“It’s good for everybody that they clear out the homeless,” he said. “This should be continued. This is a very busy subway.”

De Blasio’ presumptive Republican challenger, Staten Island Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, blasted the arbitrary crackdown.

“For someone who claims to care about the most poor New Yorkers, to have someone clear his path when he’s about to board the subway…tells you all you need to know about Mayor de Blasio,” she said.

“These are fellow New Yorkers who are sleeping in the street, sleeping in the subway. The mayor just doesn’t care.”

Gene Russianoff, of the Straphangers Campaign, blasted the temporary removal of the homeless.

“The optics are terrible,” he said. “It looks like they don’t want them to intrude on a movie set.”

A City Hall spokesman denied that any vagrants were kicked out of the stations, and said “these sources are refusing to provide their names because what they are saying is not true.”

De Blasio press secretary Eric Phillips also noted that “the mayor had a few-minute chat with a homeless person” upon emerging from the subway.

It was not clear if the man, who complained to Hizzoner over conditions in the city’s shelters, had been booted from the train station.

De Blasio’s F-train ride marked his latest foray underground amid an escalating feud with Gov. Cuomo over funding for the crumbling mass-transit system.

Following a trip in a motorcade of SUVs from Gracie Mansion for a workout at the Prospect Park YMCA, the mayor used a MetroCard to swipe himself and wife Chirlane McCray through a turnstile at the Fourth Avenue/Ninth Street station.

Once aboard, Hizzoner — who was joined by a pack of journalists — launched into a diatribe against Cuomo and MTA Chairman Joe Lhota, who last week blamed de Blasio for refusing to spend the city’s $4 billion-plus budget surplus to fix the subways.

“Here’s the truth: They’re not even spending their capital budget,” the mayor said. “There’s a huge amount of money sitting there, including the money the city gave. We gave them $2.5 billion a couple of years ago. Almost 90 percent of that money is just sitting there.”De Blasio vowed not to allocate any more funds, saying the state “has used the MTA as a piggy bank” by taking “almost half a billion dollars in money out of the MTA to use for the state budget.

“The governor and Chairman Lhota simply need to get in front of everyone [and] say, ‘We’re fully responsible, we have to fix the problem.’ They have the resources.”

Lhota called the mayor’s remarks “completely disingenuous” given the planned release of the chairman’s “30-day overhaul plan” for the subways later this week.

“What we need is leadership, not photo ops,” Lhota said.

Cuomo’s office didn’t return a request for comment.



Some of the concern prior to the facility opening was its potential impact on the local neighborhood, but most of those NY1 spoke with said they hadn’t seen any change. “I think that it was more misconception they think homeless people are people with substance abuse problems or people with mental health problems,” said Queens resident Jim Sideris.

Yeah, right. What bullshit, obviously Jim Sideris has not made a trip to Jamaica, where that community has tons of homeless shelter, group homes, hotels turned into shelters and the new hybrid of “Hotel/Homeless Shelter” like the Comfort Inn in downtown Jamaica which has three floors for hotel guests and three floors for homeless. AND all the fucking problems that come with all this fucking shit.

Then their are the homeless encampments in Rufus King Park and Major Mark Park, where the wonderful homeless openly engage in drinking and drug use.

Believe me Sideris, as time goes on, you will eat those fucking words.

Bad Mexican Hombres drinking in public, white white boy in background, cuts up some drugs. A few blocks from where Mayor and crew were doing their bullshit publicity stunt.

Damn, that white boy in the back is cutting up some good shit.

Downtown Jamaica Comfort Inn. Worker inside told me that 3 floors are for hotel guests and three floors are for homeless. Nothing like being greeted at a hotel than by a half naked homeless man sitting in hot weather.

These alcoholic bottles did not magically get place here, our diverse population put them there and I am sure then took plenty of pisses there as well.



From NY1:

Ozone Park Homeless Drop-In Center Opens, Some Opponents now Support Facility

By Angi Gonzalez
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 06:14 AM EDT

Just a few months ago residents packed community meetings and protested in the cold against the proposed opening of Queens first drop in homeless shelter.

It was first announced in 2016 that the facility could occupy the building at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and 102nd Street.

Since then, the non-profit Breaking Ground has moved forward with its plan, submitted to the Department of Homeless Services, to open the facility.

“Homelessness didn’t happen overnight. It built up over many years,” explained Steven Banks, the Commissioner for the NYC Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services.

On Tuesday, Commissioner Banks and Breaking Ground officials gave NY1 an inside look at the facility that now serves about 10 homeless men and women a day.

“We’ve heard overwhelming positive remarks from our clients who are really excited to have a place in queens,” said Amie Pospisi, the Deputy Vice President of Housing Operations and Programs at Breaking Ground.

The plan is to expand slowly and over time the facility will eventually serve up to 75 clients a day and have approximately 50 safe haven beds available.

Right now, clients can’t sleep at the facility but they do have a place to eat, use the bathroom, can speak to a psychiatrist 2 days a week and get help applying for aid.

“You know they take you, they put you on the computer, they kind of guide you, they get you a SNAP application,” exclaimed Abdul Hasan, a Breaking Ground client.

It’s news that was encouraging to those who said they had previously protested the shelter’s opening.

“I’m definitely at ease, you know, everyone needs a place to go and I think that’s wonderful,” said Apryll Abraham, who was initially opposed to shelter.

Some of the concern prior to the facility opening was its potential impact on the local neighborhood, but most of those NY1 spoke with said they hadn’t seen any change.

“I think that it was more misconception they think homeless people are people with substance abuse problems or people with mental health problems,” said Queens resident Jim Sideris.

On the top floor of the facility, Breaking Ground has also been able to streamline their services by providing those who work with the homeless in Queens with an office in the borough

“When we do outreach, because the fact our office is here…we’re allotted more time on the road,” said Sabina Britton, who works for Breaking Ground as part of their Queens outreach efforts.

It’s just one of many benefits; the Commissioner said will better help address the city’s homeless crisis.


If I had to rate Queens Press Marcia Moxam Comrie’s “Personal Perspective” column this week, on the five star system. I would give her a three, for calling the Mayor out on his “out of touch” on issues such as poverty and his fake “Tale of Two Cities” campaign bullshit, they he NEVER lived up to and what helped him win the election.

BUT she could have gotten more stars if she called him out on more issues of being out of touch and ignoring issues in certain communities  like Jamaica or playing favorites when it  comes to coming out to communities on certain issues. Like his flying out to Jamaica, along with Public Advocate Letitia James, last year to speak out on hate crimes against Muslims, when a Muslim man was attacKed at his religious institution, but both being silent on the horrific gang rape of a mother of two in Jamaica last week, caused by his failed policies on homeless and the continuing dumping of poorly run group homes and homeless shelters that get dumped in certain communities like Jamaica, which has seen the homeless population grow MAJORLY just in the past year alone, due to homeless coming from other areas of the country into Jamaica, plus his overseeing HYPER-DEVELOPMENT that is pushing many folks out.  AND being silent on the large number of underage girls of color in Jamaica and the SE Queens area that have been kidnapped and forced into prostitution, like the 15 year old black girl who was kidnapped and pimped out by St. Albans, Joseph  Gilbert, inside the Rev. Flake’s Greater Senior Residence, for FOUR MONTHS.

AND what about other elected officials from our area, like her own husband, Senator Leroy Comrie, who has been completely silent on these recent horrific atrocities right in his own district, attempting like other local elected officials, to sweep THESE REAL issues under the carpet. OR to properly address the MAJOR quality of life issues in this community and be held accountable.

Sorry Marcia, you only dropped one testicle (or ovary) on this topic, still waiting for the other ovary to drop.

Interesting, that with election time coming for the Mayor, he is pimping out his black son, Dante again, along with his black lesbian wife, I guess to make sure to garnish those black votes, lesbians, etc.


From Queens Press:

The Mayor Is Out Of Touch On The Issue Of Poverty

A Personal Perspective

If there’s one public figure in New York City who doesn’t seem to learn, it is Mayor Bill de Blasio.

During the height of a police crisis and numerous other high crimes and misdemeanors, the city’s top leader takes off for Hamburg, Germany to join anti-Donald Trump protestors in that city. Meanwhile, the city was in mourning for a murdered police officer.

Just the week before, he had declared on his weekly radio show that panhandlers “do it for fun.” One can hardly imagine that there could be much fun in begging for change in the streets and on public transportation.

There may be beggars who are not as desperate as some others, but—by and large—people beg for money because their options are so few. There can’t be any joy in that.

For sure, it can be an annoyance to dig into your bag every time you hear a sob story on the train, several times per trip—but that’s part of life in a big city such as New York. The choices are simple: you either hand the poor soul a dollar or you don’t. There is no need for the mayor of the city to cut these people off above the knees with thoughtless remarks.

To make matters even more confounding, the mayor followed up that first salvo with another doozy. Panhandlers, he said, cause a decline in lifestyle and give the impression that homelessness is rampant. Of course, it’s rampant. What are you talking about, Mr. Mayor?

Hiding those who are homeless and begging on the streets and in trains is not a solution to the problem. The mayor must devise a workable plan to continue providing affordable housing in the city. This alone doesn’t solve the problem, though. There also needs to be more free mental health support and job training available for those who need it.

Not every panhandler is just down on his or her luck. Some are there due to mental illness and substance abuse issues. Some are runaways or kids kicked out of their families for being gay. As a city, we can spare some compassion for those less fortunate than ourselves.

Nearly every mayor runs on the issue of affordable housing as a platform. De Blasio was no different—in fact, he won through his use of a Dickensian title, “A Tale of Two Cities,” and we liked him for it. This is why we were taken aback when he made the statement on his way out of the city.

You would think that with all the protesting in Hamburg, he would have returned with a modified perspective. Rather, he came back and added even more fuel to the fire.

“I think—a lot of the times—they hang out, they make money and are really a nuisance,” he said. “I don’t understand why anyone would pursue that lifestyle.”

Pursue? Lifestyle? Mr. Mayor, it seems the lifestyle at Gracie Mansion has gone to your head. You used to be much more benevolent of spirit than you are exhibiting right now. A mayor’s job is to help “the least among us,” not to blame those who have been victimized by poverty, vices, illness, domestic abuse and a litany of other issues.

We don’t like being approached by panhandlers. Sometimes, you feel threatened and, other times, you have just given one too many times for the day and you’re not in your best mood.

But that one dollar might be the difference between someone getting a meal and not getting one. Let’s make this a tale of one New York.


“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.


Just this morning I reported on the filthy disgusting conditions Rufus King park, which just recently had a $2.2 million dollar renovation and has been turning into a homeless encampment in the Pavillion of the Park and all around the park grounds (https://cleanupjamaicaqueens.wordpress.com/2017/07/12/horrible-conditions-at-rufus-king-park-so-where-is-gjdc-president-hope-knight-jamaica-bid-executive-director-rhonda-binda-on-this-issue-because-we-know-we-will-not-hear-from-our-lousy-local-e/), where local elected officials have been completely silent on this major quality of life issue and I immediately sent out this post to all the elected officials as well as Hope Knight, President, of the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation and Rhonda Binda, Executive Director of Jamaica BID. Do you think I got their attention!

Well, CleanUp Jamaica Queen’s roving reporter, The Philster, has been keeping an eye on this situation for some time and just a few minutes ago reported on this story with photos:

I’m in Rufus King Park now and the parks department is taking photos of the homeless shelter in the pavilion. There are 4 or 5 homeless people sleeping in there on mattresses and cardboard. A parks department garbage truck has just arrived and I think they are waiting for the NYPD to start cleaning house. Stay tuned.

Minutes later he reported:

A scuffle almost broke out between these losers and the parks department, but the park police are here and these Dirt bags are being evicted. Good Riddance!!!

GOOD JOB PHILSTER. By the way, I did not notice any cute homeless kids that DumBlasio always likes to put in front of the cameras, when he is talking about the homeless. These folks are look like something that crawled out of a lion’s asshole.

Now we need the same CLEAN UP over at the other outdoor shelter, Major Mark Park at Hillside Avenue and 175 St. SHAME on elected official, including Queens BP, Melinda Katz, for staying completely silent on this major problem that has been brewing for some time. That list also includes Senator Leroy Comrie, Congressman Gregory Meeks, Councilman I. Daneek Miller, Councilman Rory Lancman, Assemblymember Alicia Hyndman and the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation and Jamaica BID.



No doubt, the slobs in the area, the homeless encampment that keeps getting worse and the drug addicts from the Hillside clinic all contribute to this mess of a such a small park.

BUT elected officials and the city is to blame BIG TIME. Again instead of wasteful spending of billions of dollars on some idiotic trolley for the glass tower people along the East River, place a Department of Park Officer assigned to the area to give tickets/summons to those who litter and do something about the homeless, I mean actually DO SOMETHING about the homeless instead of always talking about it and doing something does not mean sticking them in shitty hotel rooms forever.

Maybe we need to bring back the TRUE AMERICAN into the forefront of this major litter problem in this city. My travels have not revealed another city worse than NYC when it comes to litter and garbage. NONE.


This certainly does not look like a city being “progressive”. If anything, this city continuously encourage BAD BEHAVIOR by doing very little and a total lack of enforcement, especially in areas like Jamaica & SE Queens, which is in dire need of enforcement of quality of life issues. Yes, the people are too blame, but the lack of doing nothing by the city helps to create these individuals.

So any local elected officials willing to take a stand on this issue or will that interfere with you getting votes to stay in your do nothing comfy position payed by the tax payers.

This city waste so much money on spraying for the West Niles virus, caused by mosquitoes, but doing some low-cost preventive measure, like removing standing still water from an entrance of a park, why bother. Let’s make people rich off of problems and keep those problems going.

AND since when is it legal for people to completely take over a public sidewalk and part of the street for them to have a party and on top of it play loud music from afternoon well into the late evening. Well, this is the situation that has been going on with your typical shitty apartment building where people do whatever the fuck they want. Like the folks at the apartment building at 169 St and 90 Ave (which is within ear and eye shot of the 103rd precinct) who during various weekends in the summer feel it is their right to take over a public sidewalk to hold a party with a large group of people as opposed to renting a hall or getting a permit for a space in a a park. Of course years of complaints filed have not stopped this bullshit, which you would never see on Melinda Katz’s block in Forest Hills.

Several 311 complaints filed resulted in the following, even though the music blasted from 4pm till I went to bed at 11pm and had to close my windows and crank the AC to drown out the sound. BUT just the idea that NYPD allowed this large group of people to take over a public sidewalk to have a party (which is ILLEGAL), which is not an isolated case at this spot but an ongoing issue NOT being properly addressed.

Service Request #: C1-1-1431168031
Date Submitted: 07/09/17 6:10:08 PM
Request Type: Noise – Residential
Details: Loud Music/Party

Your Service Request was closed. The Police Department responded to the complaint and took action to fix the condition.

Service Request #: C1-1-1431187161
Date Submitted: 07/09/17 7:47:33 PM
Request Type: Noise – Residential
Details: Loud Music/Party

Your Service Request was closed. The Police Department responded to the complaint and determined that police action was not necessary.

Service Request #: C1-1-1431198541
Date Submitted: 07/09/17 8:47:03 PM
Request Type: Noise – Residential
Details: Loud Music/Party

Your Service Request was closed. The Police Department responded to the complaint and took action to fix the condition.

Service Request #: C1-1-1431253021
Date Submitted: 07/09/17 10:57:08 PM
Request Type: Noise – Residential
Details: Loud Music/Party

Your Service Request was closed. The Police Department reviewed your complaint and provided additional information below. handled by previous tour

I get that noise complaints are on the bottom of the list, especially in an area like Jamaica where shootings, robberies, assaults and other nonsense go on on the time, but really, with 7 hours of this going on and my first complaint was filed right at 4pm when they set it up, I think there was plenty of time to correct this, especially since the 103rd precinct just sets across from this. UNACCEPTABLE.


Nope, they are are not cute little kids as Mayor “Progressive” asshole deBlasio likes to say and push in front of a camera. Many are just plain dangerous as this lunatic, Jacqueline Sanjurjo, a homeless crazy who slashed Anna Martinez on her face on the number 6 subway. Others are chronic unemployed who probably never looked for work, others are addicts (who get no help when a Mayor plops them in a hotel), others are criminals, abusers and just plain anti quality of life folks.

So how about all the lefty progressive liberal Democrats like the Mayor start putting these shelters on their blocks and next door to them as opposed to dumping them where these lefty progressive liberals don’t have to see them and have their quality of life disrupted.

Better yet, change this city/state to a NO RIGHT TO SHELTER place, where we don’t have to take in crazy bottom feeding trash from other states, cities and countries.

Another dangerous crazy homeless that our Mayor and other elected officials like to stick up for and FUCK the hard working taz payers.


From The Daily News:

NYC subway slashing victim wants to know why attacker targeted her

Anna Martinez, 31, was pushing her 18-month-old son in a stroller on a downtown No. 5 train when another passenger cut her across her face, opening a 5-inch gash.

(Angus Mordant/for New York Daily News)

A young mother slashed in the face by a homeless woman on a Manhattan subway has just one question for her attacker: “Why me?”

Anna Martinez, 31, was pushing her 18-month-old son in a stroller on a downtown No. 5 train Sunday when another passenger lashed out and cut her across her face, opening a 5-inch gash from the top of her forehead to the top of her left cheek.

Martinez said she got on the subway at the E. 125th St. stop, and that suspect Jacqueline Sanjurjo went through the gate behind her. Sanjurjo followed her on the elevator down to the subway platform and sat across from her on the train, Martinez said.

When the conductor announced that Grand Central-42nd St. was the last stop, Martinez got up and pushed the stroller to the doors. She said Sanjurjo stood behind her.

“As soon as I saw the door open, that’s when I just seen her arm go down my face,” Martinez told the Daily News of the 11 a.m. attack. “I grabbed her hand and just started screaming. She was also pulling my hair with her other hand.”

Anna Martinez was stabbed in an unprovoked attack by a woman on Sunday.

(Theodore Parisienne/for New York Daily News)

Martinez said another passenger pulled the attacker off her.

“That’s when I seen just the blood coming down and a lady said, ‘You’re cut,’ ” Martinez said.

“I didn’t know I was cut, I didn’t feel anything. I just felt like I was being attacked.”

Cops arrested Sanjurjo, 53, of the Bronx. She was charged with two counts of assault, criminal possession of a weapon and acting in a manner injurious to a child, officials said.

The suspect in the slashing at Grand Central Station is taken from NYPD Transit District 4 at Union Square.

(Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News)

A relative of the suspect said she struggles with drugs and mental illness.

Martinez, who said she has not even looked in the mirror yet, said she remains baffled by the attack.

“This whole time I’m thinking, ‘Why?’ This is my question to her: ‘Why me? Why did you cut me?’

“Did she not see I was with my son? I feel unsafe; I don’t even want to take the train anymore.”