Saw this comment over in Queens Crap and I could not agree with it more. AND why is it always the same kind of people and groups that are unemployed and homeless.

The future of Jamaica

The future of Jamaica

The homeless problem is due to a lack of employment? In order to be employed, one has to have some education. And if you would walk through the halls of NYC high schools, you would see a great number of students walking the hall in droves, cutting class, or not even showing up at school. Parents don’t even know if their kid is in school, let alone when report cards come out. And they don’t know if their kid is doing drugs as many of them are doing drugs themselves. So what kind of housing will these students be able to afford, if they cannot even read at grade level, have math skills way below grade level, and are incapable of critical thinking? Answer: they will be dependent on public funds for housing. The city does not “owe” you employment; you must apply yourself while in school to prepare to support yourself. So the “lack of employment” answer is not valid. It’s more like, the “lack of employable”. Good paying jobs are going unfilled as employers can’t find qualified people to hire. Seeing other people, who DID apply themselves in school and who subsequently are enjoying the fruits of their endeavors in decent places to live, nice clothing, etc. brings about resentment from those who did not, which can lead to domestic violence and turning to drugs to escape a less rosy reality.

The public is not responsible for this. They provided funding to give a basic education. If this was not taken advantage of, you want to make it a public responsibility to supply that which other people have worked toward and earned. Does no one take responsibility for themselves these days?

It is also true that people are streaming into NYC in order to avail themselves of the generous housing/welfare services offered. We are already paying several BILLION dollars to support this mess. There needs to be a strict long residency requirement to get public housing, welfare, etc. and there needs to be a time limit set on this. No more multigenerational cases, so that the few can work to support the many. That’s ridiculous and leads to the lowering of quality of life for all.


Jamaica is the next big thing says the so-called “leaders”, REALLY, because you certainly would not know it looking around this garbage strewn, homeless shelter, ghetto mess of a community with the incompetent black political gangsters who either are in denial, plain stupid, lazy, corrupt,  collecting a paycheck or all of those. Just the other day, Senator Leroy “Do Nothing” Comrie and his clown posse of Jamaica leaders endorsed Bill deBlasio for the next election with Comrie stating:

“I know Bill de Blasio has been very responsive to the needs of Southeast Queens and, therefore, I believe that Bill de Blasio should be re-elected as mayor of the city of New York.”

You mean responsive like what Ms. Hazel took photos of and talked about with Carver Bank on Archer Avenue. I mean all three of the Jamaica stations (Jamaica Center, Sutphin Blvd/LIRR & 179 St) have already become homeless encampments, while homeless shelters galore keep popping out every other day and the “leaders” continue ignoring all the quality of life issues that would NEVER take place in a white community, NEVER. AND now Carver Bank at 159-20 Archer Avenue is the latest homeless shelter in this run down community that is completely out of control. And for those who say “poor homeless” how about poor hard-working tax payers that some have two jobs who have to constantly deal with this nonsense every fucking day that dumBlasio certainly does not nor Senator Schumer, both who have homes in Park Slope. So how many homeless are lodging in your local banks, HOW MANY?

And so the nonsense in Jamaica continues and continues and continues while folks like Katz, Comrie, Meeks and the others state “how great Jamaica is”



From Pamela Hazel, Jamaica resident & Community Advocate:

Homeless are now banking at Carver.

carverThe homeless are now banking at Carver Saving Bank to shelter them from the coldness. This is yet another health hazard  in the black neighbourhood. Blacks face all sorts of suffering at the hands of black political bandits, aka political leaders.

They ignore every form of suffering perpetrated against black people. Now homeless occupants are using the ATM area as their quarters at nights; when the bank is closed. After, hearing much complaints, I tried using the ATM myself last week. The bank  is located at 159-02 Archer Avenue, Jamaica Queens, near the e-train station.

The  experience was stink and scary; two homeless persons were present. One was wrapped in a blanket; with his or her back turned away from the ATM. The other was sitting up straight with his head covered. His eyes were darting, then staring directly at me. The atmosphere was shitty.

The quality-of-life abuse seems to be non-stop. Hopefully, these political bandits would come to a tragic end; by means of prison or what ever else; they are useless. Yes, Blacks live in hell. Keep wondering why Trump is our president.

Depression and unemployment in the black neighbourhood are at an all time high. Yet, Borough President, Katz claims that she is building on her success. Sadly, blacks cannot count on black leaders; who have  recluse  them self from the plight. Worst yet, the Blacks  keep voting for the public bandits.

I called Carver today at (718)230-2900. After a few transfers; I spoke to Mr. Williams/ manager. He said that he will contact the appropriate person to resolve the problem. I asked him to please remove the homeless encampment. It is unsafe and unhealthy.

P. Hazel: Social Media Journalist for Justice.

P. S : Let’s see if I have to resort to tweeter.



When government works well (and it does sometimes), it really works well, BUT when it doesn’t (which is so much of the time anymore) it is FUCKING BAD. Usually things are put into place without any damn thought or what the consequences will be, government just runs shit through and then worries about when hell breaks loose later down the road after so much damage is done.  Like the homeless situation, this city started just dumping homeless shelters (and illegal ones to boot – hotels) into “certain” communities and usually communities, like Jamaica, which already have major amounts of problems without adding more shit to the  list. And of course there was no thought given to proper security where many of these shelters have very problematic people (drug addicts, mentally ill, violent ex-cons, etc.).

Well, now the hardest working agency in the city, the NYPD, is overseeing security in all the homeless shelters in this city. DumbBlasio, you think you should have thought that one out before you began dumping shelters in vulnerable communities and warehousing of human beings.

On another related issue, one of the worst city agencies, DHS (Department of Homeless Services) with  asshole Commissioner Steve Banks is asking New Yorkers to volunteer for its annual Homeless Outreach Population Estimate, known as HOPE, to assist the agency in estimating the number of people living on the streets, in parks, subways, and other public spaces across the city.

Sorry folks, but I am tired of this whole constant “volunteer” bullshit. While that is great when our economy is booming for everyone, everyone is working a ONE job with an actual livable working wage (as opposed to working two, three low-paying jobs) and where half of people’s paychecks are not going to housing in this ridiculously expensive city, which does not need to be so expensive, asking people to volunteer their very little free time to begin with to count homeless is a fucking insult. Why don’t you Banks and your entire agency go out and count homeless, I mean that is your fucking job to begin with, you get paid a hefty salary and live in Brooklyn where you don’t have a homeless shelter in your neighborhood. WHAT FUCKING NERVE.

Here is my thought on those who SHOULD volunteer to count the homeless:

  1. City Council  Members & Assembly Members, plus all their staff : There are 51 council members & 150 assembly members and they hardly do any fucking work as it is and get paid a nice big salary, way more than the hardworking average New Yorker. Hell if asshole Councilman Ruben Wills can pull a fucking dumb stunt like “playing homeless”, on the tax payer’s dime,  like he did a few years ago, he can go out and count them (
  2. Mayor deBlasio and his entire administration: I mean you helped to create all this nonsense, then you and you entire staff count the homeless and not just for an hour to do a photo op.
  3. BIG MOUTH LIBERAL CELEBRITIES: All these loud mouth overpaid celebrity actors, sports figures musicians, models, artists, etc who love to talk about these issues as long as they don’t have to see these issues where they live, GO OUT AND COUNT. And especially those from the hip/hop, rap world, where many of these shelters are dumped in communities of color.
  4. Religious “leaders”: NYC and especially Queens is filled with a gazillion number of churches from big ass Catholic behemoths & big money AME (Floyd Flake) to shitty store front black, Hispanic and Asian churches. If every single one of these leaders of churches and a handful of those devoted followers  went out, you would not need to ask the regular folks at all.
  5. Mega rich white folks of NYC on Park Avenue, Upper East Side and other neighborhoods where you will never see a homeless shelter or piece of garbage, go out and count.

STOP asking overworked and over burdened hard working average New Yorkers to do “free work” that your agency should be doing or at the very least pay people to do it, pay the unemployed, pay the ex-cons just getting out of jail,  pay all the young people in communities like Jamaica who are not working, hell, pay some of the damn homeless to count their own brothers and sisters. Just leave the rest of us out of your damn bullshit that you helped to create and turn “homelessness” into BIG BUSINESS.

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From Queens Times Ledger:

NYPD is overseeing security at city homeless shelters

The NYPD has taken over the management of security at Department of Homeless Services shelters citywide. Nearly 700 DHS peace officers have already been retrained and security plans at all locations have been reviewed and enhancements were made where needed.

NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill pointed out that “2016 was the safest year on record in New York City.”

He added, “We will bring our crime-fighting expertise to assist the Department of Homeless Services in making their facilities more secure, with both out management team and the training of peace officers.”

While DHS supervisors have tasers, peace officers will not be armed but were trained to do a better job of keeping weapons out of shelters, defusing tense encounters, dealing with the mentally ill and preventing domestic violence. Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered an NYPD review of DHS security in March.

“The NYPD is among the premier policing and security organizations in the world and having them work with Commissioner Steve Banks to manage security at our homeless shelters will ensure the best possible approach to providing safety for both shelter residents and the neighborhoods where the shelters are located,” de Blasio said.

Last week, NYPD Deputy First Commissioner Benjamin Tucker joined Banks, the head of the Department of Social Services, to announce the program at One Police Plaza. Deputy Chief Edward Thompson will lead the team off 22 NYPD personnel who will oversee all DHS security while analyzing incident data to evaluate risks and inform policy and staffing decisions at shelters.

“DHS’ security plan, including the new key NYPD role, demonstrates our commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of the individuals and families DHS is entrusted with protecting,” Banks said. “DHS work with the NYPD management team has already resulted in the implementation of critical improvements to the shelter security measures that had been in place for many years.”

Meanwhile, DHS is asking New Yorkers to volunteer for its annual Homeless Outreach Population Estimate, known as HOPE, to assist the agency in estimating the number of people living on the streets, in parks, subways, and other public spaces across the city. HOPE 2017 will held Jan. 23 from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. and DHS will need a minimum of 3,000 volunteers to collect vital information that will augment the HOME-STAT quarterly nighttime street counts that helped 690 street homeless transition off the streets.

“It’s essential to know how many New Yorkers need our services, and the HOPE count is an important part of that,” Banks said. “Now with the Mayor’s HOME-STAT initiative, we are greatly increasing our outreach program to help bring people in from the streets, and we will have more information about homelessness on the streets going forward.”

The HOPE count began in 2003 with 1,000 volunteers in Manhattan and now covers all five boroughs. Over 3,800 New Yorker volunteered for HOPE 2016, a record total.

Those interested in volunteering should visit to register.



homless-crazies-jpg4AND this is just one reason that people don’t want the homeless crew and homeless shelters in their communities. FUCKING INSANITY IS RIGHT. And this mayor and others including DHS, needs to get a fucking handle on this and start worrying about the safety of the hard working tax payers who have to deal with all this homeless shit on subways, subway stations, ATM banking lobbies and every other nook and cranny these dangerous lunatics roam. A disservice is not only  being done to us, but these crazies and criminals who either need to be put in a mental facility or jail, plus the “normal” homeless who need the proper services and stable housing as opposed to these shitty hotels they keep getting dumped into by this bozo mayor.

WHAT A MAJORLY FUCKED UP CITY. And yeah, crime is really down.


From The Daily News:

SEE IT: Homeless man allegedly tries to swipe cop’s gun, causing panic in Midtown Port Authority bus terminal

A homeless man with a criminal record tried to grab a cop’s gun inside the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown, sparking panic during Wednesday morning’s rush hour, police and witnesses said.

The confrontation was the latest in a series of crimes since last week committed by the homeless throughout the city.

Port Authority cops found John Gibson, 46, sleeping in front of a second-floor freight elevator at 9:15 a.m., authorities said.

When the officers ordered him to move, Gibson became agitated and tried to fight the cops off — then attempted to grab one of the cops’ guns, Port Authority spokesman Joseph Pentangelo said.

Man critically injured during fight with his brother in Harlem

Gibson never pulled the gun out of the officer’s holster, but refused to let go of the weapon — prompting a scuffle.

homless-crazies-jpg2John Gibson, 46, allegedly tried to grab an officer’s gun at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown.


Video taken of the incident showed six cops piling onto Gibson, punching him repeatedly to get him to let go of the gun. He was eventually subdued and arrested.

The cop the homeless man had latched onto also threw a few punches — as another cop pulled his gun and put it at Gibson’s head, ordering him to surrender, the video shows.

The scene sent commuters scurrying for cover.

Latest bust shows NYC’s struggle to shelter mentally ill homeless

“A woman was standing next to the man and she started yelling, ‘He has a gun!’ ” witness Channel Zarzuela, 20, said.

homless-crazies-jpg3A man tried to disarm a police officer Wednesday at Port Authority Bus Terminal.


“I was so scared. You hear ‘gun’ and you think you’re going to die.”

A man selling smartphone accessories at the terminal was helping a customer when all hell broke loose.

“I was afraid. My customer ran away,” said the worker, who declined to give his name. “There were people running down the stairs, down the halls, everywhere.”

Passersby stop homeless man from raping drunken clubgoer

Commuter Dean Ross snapped a photo amid the chaos.

homless-crazies-jpg4(New York Daily News)

“The normally slow-moving escalator turned into a massive rush and someone fell,” said Ross, who was on his way to work. “People were stepping over him. Instead of getting caught in the crush, I stood against the wall and saw the cops and at least one (National Guard) soldier pinning this guy to the ground.”

Gibson was screaming at the cops, but Ross said he couldn’t make out what he said.

“He was definitely angry,” Ross said.

Homeless man pushes straphanger onto Manhattan subway track

Panicked witnesses called in a report of a man with a gun to 911 operators, who put out a call for a police officer in need of assistance, which sparked an even bigger police response.

homless-crazies-jpg3Police wrestle with a person who tried to disarm an officer on Wednesday at Port Authority Bus Terminal.


Cops charged Gibson with assault, attempted criminal possession of a weapon, disorderly conduct, menacing a police officer and resisting arrest, officials said.

Wednesday’s attack is the fifth incident since last Saturday in which a homeless man assaulted someone, police said.

Over the weekend, Nelis Calix, 39, was arrested for attempted rape when he tried to force himself on a woman near Union Square, officials said.

Homeless man throws coffee at Muslim woman in NYC Dunkin’ Donuts

A homeless man is also being sought for fatally shooting another homeless man near Bryant Park early last Saturday, police said.

homless-crazies-jpg5In another case, a homeless man hurled a cup of hot coffee at a Muslim woman on W. 35th St. — calling her a terrorist, authorities said.

Sources said Gibson has had a few run-ins with Port Authority cops before — and was arrested at the bus terminal last December on a drug possession charge.

“He’s a bus terminal regular,” said a law enforcement source. “He was being taken in on a quality-of-life violation, which happens at the terminal every day, then this happens.”


It is fucking bad enough that us hard working tax payers have to pay for our own homegrown homeless, but then on top of that we have to take care of the bill for deadbeats from out of town, like that Ambrose couple from Maine, whose young daughters died tragically in a slumlord building in Bronx.

Time for other cities and states to take care of their own destitute and time for NYC to stop becoming a homeless tourist attractions to the deadbeats all over the country.

Of course Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi attempted to lie to the people saying that the out of town homeless population is much smaller that it really is. I cannot believe that, I am SHOCKED, a NYC elected official actually does not tell the truth.



From Queens Courier:



Photo by Anthony Giudice/QNS
Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi visited the Juniper Park Civic Association to talk about his Home Stability Support plan.

Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi and members of the Juniper Park Civic Association (JPCA) got into a debate at the group’s meeting Thursday night in Middle Village over the lawmaker’s proposed Home Stability Support (HSS) program.

Hevesi told residents at Our Lady of Hope School in Middle Village that his HSS plan will create a new statewide rent supplement for families and individuals who are eligible for public assistance and who are facing either evection, homelessness or loss of housing due to domestic violence or other hazardous living conditions.

This new rent supplement would be a bridge between the current shelter allowance — which hasn’t seen an increase in decades — and 85 percent of the fair market rent determined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

While JPCA members agreed that the HSS plan was a good idea in theory, they felt that Hevesi’s initiative may make New York a much more attractive option for homeless residents of other cities across the country, enticing them to come to New York for free benefits.

Hevesi did agree that his program, just like any other city program, could be susceptible to people gaming the system, but argued that the number of homeless individuals from out of state are far less than what the JPCA thought.

“From the last fiscal year — which is about from May 2015 to about May or June of this year — we checked to see how many out-of-state families are in the New York City shelter system, the answer is 54,” Hevesi said. “First of all, the people who are saying no, here’s where the data comes from. And I thought the number was low too, but however, that number represents less than half of one percent. The numbers come if you FOIL this, and you can do this yourself, FOIL the data from the Human Resources Administration (HRA). That’s their data.”

However, Christina Wilkinson, an active JPCA member, told Hevesi that the numbers from a FOIL request she made with the Department of Homeless Services’ (DHS) numbers from 2014 show that 17 percent of the homeless in New York City shelters were from out of state. That figure would dictate that as many as 10,200 of the estimated 60,000 homeless people living in New York are from out of town.

Members of the JPCA want Hevesi to work on changing New York City’s right-to-shelter law, which requires the government to provide any homeless individual with a place to stay.

Hevesi said that he is firmly against lifting the right-to-shelter law, and that removing homeless residents from out of state does not solve the core issue of rising homeless numbers, but his HSS initiative does help the bigger problem.


No Virginia, all homeless are not cute little kids or Veterans, many are crazy ass, drug addicted dangerous assholes like Ronald Wingate and Jerry Pagan, which is the more accurate true picture of the homeless. Lazy chronic unemployed, drug addicts, alcoholics, mentally ill and just plain fucking dangerous.

AND this is why people don’t want fucking homeless shelters in their communities or on their blocks. So fuck you elected officials, you can all start by putting one on each of your blocks and asshole dumBlasio can turn his Park Slope apartment, that he rents out for $5000 a month, into a homeless shelter.

Another example of this city fucking over the hard working middle class who pay for you damn salary, not the Ronald Wingates and Jerry Pagans of this world.

YES, more of my hate and anger coming out courtesy of NYC.

Poster boy for the homeless.

Poster boy for the homeless.

MTA Moving Homeless Shelter

MTA Moving Homeless Shelter

The future of Jamaica

The future of Jamaica

Is that Assembly Member Vivian Cook addressing her constituents.

Is that Assembly Member Vivian Cook addressing her constituents.

Homeless encampment

A homeless woman washing up. Does she look like she missed a meal?

A homeless woman washing up. Does she look like she missed a meal?

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One of our fine upstanding tax payers

One of our fine upstanding tax payers

Homeless woman living in the Jamaica subway station bathroom. Enough of this bullshit.

Homeless woman living in the Jamaica subway station bathroom. Enough of this bullshit.

Homeless women in bathroom

Ruben "Willie the Hobo" Wills hanging with his buddies.

Ruben “Willie the Hobo” Wills hanging with his buddies.


From The Daily News:

Homeless man pushes straphanger onto Manhattan subway track for standing too close to him


Ronald Wingate attacked Bertin Ramirez, 43, of Queens, at the 14th St. A train platform at about 3:10 a.m. Sunday, cop sources said.

(Alex_Schmidt/Getty Images/iStockphoto)

A 50-year-old homeless man pushed a straphanger onto the tracks of a Manhattan subway train and broke a vertebrae in his neck because the victim stood to close to him, police sources said Monday.

Ronald Wingate attacked Bertin Ramirez, 43, of Queens, at the 14th St. A train platform at about 3:10 a.m. Sunday, cop sources said.

Wingate told Ramirez he was standing too close, then shoved him onto the track bed, police sources said.

When police arrived, they saw Wingate standing over the victim, shouting, “This is what you get for (expletive) with me!” according to a criminal complaint.

Cops arrested Wingate, charging him with felony assault and reckless endangerment.

Wingate is the latest suspect in a spate of pushing assualts in the city’s subway system, that includes the Nov. 7 murder of Connie Watton, 49, who was pushed in front of the No. 1 train at Times Square by a woman with a history of mental illness.

From The Daily News:

Bronx slay suspect planned decapitating already mutilated lover when victim’s friend interrupted

A homeless man who stabbed and bludgeoned his lover, then hacked off the victim’s penis, also intended to decapitate him — but was interrupted when the victim’s concerned friend knocked on the door, a police source said.

Jerry Pagan, 32, was interrupted by Rafael Acala, who was checking on his friend Richard Reed, 68, inside Reed’s Sheridan Ave., Bronx apartment, police said.

homeless-man-bronxJerry Pagan, 32, smiles after he was escorted by New York Police Department detectives from the 44th Precinct to a squad car on Sunday.

(James Keivom/New York Daily News)

“Richard is gone,” Pagan told Acala, according to the source.

homeless-man-bronx-jpg2Medical Examiner Transport Team at 1348 Sheridan Ave. removes the body of a 68-year-old man. The victim’s genitals were cut off by the killer, and his body dumped in the bathtub.

(Marc A. Hermann/for New York Daily News)

Pagan then admitted that Reed was in the bathroom, where he was found dead. His penis had been placed in a plastic bag and left in the sink, the source said.