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Re: JC v Hudson County (debt)
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It is your choice to be stupid, Brewster, but here is the difference, there are nearly 700,000 residents to pay the county debt but only around 250,000 to pay the same debt in JC. If you deduct affordable housing which has a contract and cannot take on new debt or even rent control buildings which also cannot take on new debt then that number shrinks. Other Hudson County towns do allow pass along in taxes in rent controlled buildings unlike JC. You like pretend you are smart but here is the truth, this debt is a cancer and more people will lose their homes especially after the refunding bonds of tax appeals which is not in this $870 million bond deal. JC will then have more debt than the county. By the way, bond debt is excluded from caps, meaning the state will not allow taxes to go up but so much, bond debt is that exception. Even Detroit had to pay its bond debt when it declared bankruptcy. The courts made them tear up other contracts and sell buildings.

Posted on: 11/14 21:45
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JC v Hudson County (debt)
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JC is 35% of Hudson County population, but we are just equal to the county is other ways. Thanks to Mayor Fulop's bonding of Bayfront, terminal leave, and general bonds, we both carry similar bond debts. The county debt as of Dec. 2017 is $870 million which is what JC debt is too.

Posted on: 11/14 18:47
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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Your comments on my family is wrong, but it just show how sick you really are, while you like to use the term 'hater' all the time. The hate comes from you. You are so desperate to smear me, but you are just smearing yourself.

Posted on: 11/12 11:57
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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dr_nick_riviera wrote:
The entire contents of this thread should be screenshotted and mailed to the boards of every NA in Jersey City and they should be asked point blank if they want to continue to associate with such a noxious hatemonger. Many of her views run counter to that of their members and she should stop being invited to meetings or have any influence on their policies.


Another person who does not care about he victims of predator priests. At the end of my life I will be judged not by you, nicky but by God, and shame on me if I do not speak up about what is on going on in His Church. It is not a place for gay men to go to satisfy their sexual cravings. Not only should they be kicked out, but they should be excommunicated.

Posted on: 11/11 19:47
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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Your behavior, Sutherland and others remind of the Harvey Weinstein, but in the case for gay men. No one has the authority to sexually assault or use someone. Since more than 80% of the victims are male, it has been "let's pretend gays are not the problem, it is all pedophilia," except the victimizer do not care about the age of the victims. Like McCarrick, they take what is available which is minors to young men in their 20s in the seminary. You don't care, you just worry about public image. I am tired of reading about victims and I am tired of seeing church money, which I have paid through the years, pay for settlements. While I support compensation to the victims, if gay men did not enter the church, there will be 80% less victims and 80% less compensation. It has nothing to do with hate, it has to do with truth. I just hope you and other in the LGBT movement, go to Baltimore and hear from the victims. That is the least you can do.

Posted on: 11/11 14:23
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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So you admit you have no sympathy for the victims. By the way, former Cardinal McCarrick's victim, will be speaking at the "Silence Stops Now" rally which will be opposite the Bishop Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland on November 13th and 14th. Thousands of people who are disgusted with the sex abuse in the church and the failure of bishops to kick out these predatory priests will be there. Why don't you hear what McCarrick's victim has to say? The abuse started when he was eleven and continued on until his teens. Victims have committed suicide including seminarians. Your answer shows you are an extremely selfish person. A minor has no authority over an adult especially someone in the priesthood, there has been lost vocations from seminarians who would not play the game that was expected of them and they were kicked out. I find your answer appalling, Sutherland. If you want supportive answers, then go to the rally. There will be other victims there, too.

Posted on: 11/10 23:17
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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News flash, Sutherland, I hate no one and I leave the judgment only to God. But if you care about the abuse and the victims, then you must acknowledge that the majority of the abusers are gay men. If, however, your agenda is protecting the LGBT agenda, then you do not care about the problem at all. You prefer to blame the Church which has its share and ignore the gay men committing the crimes. You have no sympathy at all for these victims and how it has destroyed their relationship with other men. One man said in an interview, the abuse he received from a priest destroyed him emotionally and he cannot give his sons baths when they were little. It gave him flashbacks.

Posted on: 11/10 17:47
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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More people are saying the same thing, the abuse in the church is due to homosexuality of priests.
http://www.ruthinstitute.org/press/ru ... lerical-sex-abuse-scandal

Posted on: 11/9 16:13
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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I was surprised the city council had a backbone last night and did not vote introduce the city ordinance repealing the removal of the Katyn monument. Because there was nothing in the language that stopped the administration from re-introducing this later. Since it was a last minute introduction, the ordinance needed 6 votes and only received 5. So it failed. The members of the city council said this was not fair to the Polish people, they did the required worked of gathering signatures so either they get their election in December or the city drops their claim. Dropping it without guarantees from the Fulop that he would not start this later bothered some of the council members.

Posted on: 11/8 12:23
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One billion in repairs
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I spoke to an employee at the MUA and I asked about rate increases. He said, "Yvonne, we are spending one billion in repairs." That was his way of telling me there will be increases. One would think more information would come from city hall on this type of spending.

Posted on: 11/7 22:05
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Re: Menendez ahead by a wee bit!
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It is not just what happened in senator or when he was congressman, Menendez as involved in corruption in Union City. It had to do with contracts with the Union City board of ed. However, the feds, went after Mayor Musto and Menendez was protected and not prosecuted because he turned against Musto and saved himself. This story was covered only in the Hudson Dispatch in the early 1980s, but unfortunately, that paper went under in 1991. So those Canadians reporters can pat themselves on the back, NJ is still the most corrupt state because we elect them.

Posted on: 11/7 8:01
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Re: JCBOE - who are you voting for and why?
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Is it clear whether she's an old school fiscal conservative style Republican or a Trumpism Republican? I knew of the affiliation going in and still voted for her anyway.

I think if she held such vile views and had the same thought process as Yvonne, that it would have come out much earlier and sunk her candidacy. She's also an immigrant herself, I believe.



Really, nicky, get a life. You have serious problems thinking about me all the time.

Posted on: 11/6 14:43
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Re: VOTE Today!
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I returned from voting, the school selections were stuck. I told the person in charge it would only go to one name, she said when you vote for one it automatically selects all three names. I told her she is wrong, there is 3 separate seats. Some people might decide to split a ticket so you vote 3 separate names not just one name. Eventually, I got to vote for 3 names, but if you do not speak up, you might believe that nonsense.

Posted on: 11/6 10:23
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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That particular abatement was negotiated years ago based on the market value. As the market increase, they actually paid more than conventional taxes. It really depends on the specific terms of the tax abatements. I can assure you, developers are not using those terms any longer. They prefer to use, "donation to affordable housing," to keep their tax rate low.

Posted on: 11/4 12:10
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Re: Judge OKs site plan for controversial 'micro-unit' project in Jersey City
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As usual you are wrong again, nicky. I spoke at the council meeting when this ordinance came up. You can always ask the city clerk for a copy of the meeting. I was told this is just the beginning, there will be public hearings. That never happened. That particular property was used by the board of ed originally for a trailer. Later, it was used for teachers' parking. So, this was originally public land being transferred to a developer. All public land should have public hearings, there should be no backroom door meetings.

Posted on: 11/3 12:54
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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You do realize there is a much higher proportion of gay men in the Church than there is in the general population, partially because Catholics like yourself force them to be closeted? You do also realize that many male on male sex crimes are not gay, but are based on availability ad power?

Go read a non-fucked up book for a change.


No one forces anyone to join the seminary, it is voluntarily, it is not the draft. When you join an organization, you follow its rules in everything including sexuality. The Church belongs to Jesus. In Matthew 5:17, Jesus said, "Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them." The Law Jesus referred to was the Mosaic Law which did have laws against homosexuality. So in my opinion, gay men entered the church to change it not to follow its rules.

Posted on: 11/2 11:28
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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The issue is that your church has a thing for covering up abuse.


You are right, but you are ignoring the fact that the majority of the abuse are done by gay men in the priesthood.

Posted on: 11/2 9:35
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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Celibacy has nothing to do with the problem. I have read the gay population is between 2 to 10 percent. I don't which figure is right but that means 90 to 98 percent are heterosexual men in the world yet 4 out of 5 victims in the John Jay Report on sexual abuse were male teens who were abuse by priests. The issue is - gay men do not belong in the priesthood.


Posted on: 11/1 20:39
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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Commonweal magazine, a liberal periodical said this, “One cannot deny that homosexuality has played a role in the abuse scandals and their coverup, and to dismiss this aspect as homophobia one would have to be either blind or dishonest.”
https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/double-lives

Posted on: 11/1 18:55
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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A building downtown asked the city government to get rid of their tax abatement which was negotiated years ago, the city would not do that because they wanted to keep all the money. I forgot which building, there was 4 or 5 years left on the tax abatement.

Posted on: 11/1 14:33
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Re: JCBOE - who are you voting for and why?
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After recording the debates I find the candidates are not running against each other as they are running against the policies of JC City Hall. They are concerned about the money and the lack of response from the mayor and city council.

Posted on: 10/30 21:03
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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Good News, the beginning of RICO, the feds is telling the various churches not to destroy records.
http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.c ... -feds-warn-us-church.html

Posted on: 10/27 20:38
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Re: Female teen killed
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2nd JC High School student shot dead in a month.

Posted on: 10/27 15:58
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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LGBT is not part of the Synod. Here is the problem, people here live in denial. Of course, let's pretend the minors and young men in the seminary were not raped by gay men. Let's blame Yvonne, for bring up what is true. There are dozens of priests now speaking up on youtube on the abuse in the Church and those men are saying the same thing I have said here, it is homosexual men entering the seminary. As one priest said he could not share a shower with women so why are gay men allowed in when there is a dormitory type living? I am tired of my money going to pay off victims because there is a gay network and personally I am thrilled the feds are considering RICO to investigate the Catholic Church. I want the names of each predatory priest listed and I want to know (not the names) but what gender was violated. By the way, the 11 year old boy that McCarrick raped will be speaking in Baltimore in a rally outside the Bishop's conference. There will be thousands of Catholics there protesting. When the child protection program was instituted, they included priests and others who work for the church but excluded themselves. The idea that the bishops want to investigate themselves in totally a joke. There will be thousands of Catholics who want gay men out of the priesthood because it leads to rape, pay offs of church funds, and a loss of faith.

Posted on: 10/27 14:32
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Ex-deputy mayor received contract
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Mayor Fulop cancelled the previous reval contract because a former city employee, Brian O'Reilly, worked for the company. But he has no problem giving a contract to a former deputy mayor to consult on Jersey City Bayfront project.

https://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... y_agency_awards_cons.html

Posted on: 10/26 11:40
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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K-Lo2 wrote:
And since straight men are the ones who generally rape women, we shouldn't let them out of their homes?


So you are justifying rape of minors and adult men in the seminary who do not want this to happen to them? Men who rape women go to jail, the same should happen to gay men in the priesthood and their bishops who cover it up.

Posted on: 10/25 17:26
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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There are many priests who are speaking up including Bishop Robert Barron of Word of Fire. He has created videos on the church. I can think of some priests in JC which I will not name for their own safety who has said the same thing. Attacking me and calling me names does not change the fact that the Catholic Church has paid out $4.4 billion over a period of time to mostly males who were raped by gay men in the church. You don't like what is happening, Sutherland, neither do I. So gay men should not enter the church as priests and the problem will be solved.

Posted on: 10/25 16:08
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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Here is a priest who calls what is happening in the Church/seminary homoheretic. The timeline he says this is 2:30.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-FmG_PSCQI

Posted on: 10/25 12:13
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Re: Chicago Church, Father Paul and Jersey City
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Thank for your prayers but facts are facts, while homosexuality is still in the single digits in this country over 85% of the victims according to the John Jay report were male teens. !00% of the seminarians are male victims. It is not nuns raping boys. It is gay men entering the seminary who become priests and later bishops. The priests raped their victims and the bishops cover up the facts. Attacking me does not change the truth.

Posted on: 10/25 9:33
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Which school has the best score?
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Click on the link in the story to see how the school in your area is doing, just type in Jersey City and there will be 2 pages of test scores.
https://www.nj.com/education/2018/10/w ... _test_scores_see_the.html

Posted on: 10/24 15:56
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