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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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EL Salvador is give ivermectin to its citizens free of charge for covid.
https://usamagazinestudio.com/el-salva ... -guess-what-they-contain/

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Re: Mayor Fulop: “Immigrants Are Part of Our Fabric”
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Mayor Fulop acts as though citizens are unaware that immigrants are part of the US. The problem is there are 100 million more residents since 1990 and 50,000 more residents in JC since 2010. These new residents were not invited in, as in the past, they lack a high school education and those factory jobs that immigrants had in the past are now in China, so today's immigrants are now a tax burden.
As an example of this tax burden, Joe Biden asked Congress for $6.4 billion for the Afghanistan of around 125,000 residents. Many of which are not the translators that helped the US. There will be over 2 million coming through the southern border, this year alone.
Immigrants drive down wages but drive up tax bills and forces the cost of housing to rise.
One way the Democratic Party want to change this country is to import new residents who need services-via our tax dollars so they can vote Democratic on election day.

Posted on: 9/17 16:52
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Then why is the Biden administration is allowing covid infected people into the US at the border and why are they exempt from the vaccine?

Posted on: 9/17 14:53
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Re: The Sidewalk SeeClickFix Couldn’t Fix: A Personal History
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Looking at the picture tells you what is wrong- the planting of trees that destroy sidewalks. I have for years complained about this. JC should place trees in planters. I spoke to a surgeon who told me, an untold number of old people are placed in nursing homes each year from falls from broken sidewalks, the majority being sidewalks being pushed up by trees. Another problem that I have experience is the roots of trees growing into the water and sewerage system. It causes backups. Once I had my tree removed, that problem went away.

Posted on: 9/15 17:39
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Re: Council Rejects Lavarro’s Affordable Housing Resolution
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The subsidies individual homeowners give affordable housing and rent control should be listed on tax bills. It is only affordable because someone else pays the taxes.

Posted on: 9/13 16:33
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Re: Jersey City Council to vote on measure opposing proposed fossil fuel power plant in Newark
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So what role did fossil fuel played in the wiping out of Hog Island in NY during the 1890s? People are living on land that floods, case in point, Fulop and the city council passed an ordinance that will allow homes on Bayfront, which has a history of flooding without major hurricanes. It is below sea levels. I remember reading a story years ago when native people where telling settlers where not to settle because the area floods. well, the settlers started communities there and yes, those places flood.

Posted on: 9/8 15:07
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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The two groups on the news that are not taking the vaccine are scientists with ph.d. and African-Americans. This was on the news today.

Posted on: 9/6 0:38
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Re: Fulop announces proposed JC $620 million budget with nearly $1K relief for homeowners
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This year, there is money for homeowners to address the increase in the school budget but what about next year? The school budget was in the $600 million range not too long ago, it is now $814 million. All candidates talk about affordable housing, they are basically saying more housing will be exempt from school taxes while the small homeowners gets hit on the head with increases. That also includes rent control that this council pushed which included 2 to 4 family buildings, non-owner occupied. Solomon pushed this which is more taxes for Ward E.

Posted on: 9/1 16:36
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Quote:

dmark526 wrote:
Another Trumpanzee bites the dust!

https://www.nydailynews.com/news/natio ... je3gh77zx6252a-story.html


But Reverend Jesse Jackson and his wife had the shots and are in the hospital trying to recover from covid. Jesse is recovering but his wife is still in critical issue. So, if the vaccine works, why are people getting the virus?

Posted on: 8/29 15:59
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Posted on: 8/26 22:22
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Re: Jersey City Councilmen Solomon, Lavarro call for refund and repeal of MUA’s waste disposal fees
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Solomon should repeal of the 2 to 4 family buildings under rent control not owner occupied, something he advocated and pushed as councilman. So if you live in an one to 4 family building owner occupied, you can get a tax increase but the increase is not given to tenants living in non-owner occupied housing in 2 to 4 housing units. Since the budget had $77 million to use for rent due to covid from the feds, there was no reason for this. But condo owners, and owner occupied housing gets all of the tax increase. Rent control is governed by the Consumer Price Index similar to Social Security and has nothing to do with tax increases. Solomon pretends he cares about people but he does not.

Posted on: 8/25 18:50
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Re: Editorial: Residents Deserve Answers on the Mayor’s New Home Purchase
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Let me explain why neighborhood leaders come down to JC council meetings and complain- these new developments still have units with owners that have cars and these owners park their cars on the street, taking away parking from long term owners who live in homes built without parking. It makes the situation worse. If you don't want a car, that is fine but don't make judgments on people that need cars for their work.

Posted on: 8/21 19:39
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Re: Editorial: Residents Deserve Answers on the Mayor’s New Home Purchase
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On a personal level, I wish the mayor and his family the very best. But here is the problem, before Fulop ran for Ward E, all new construction required one to one parking. When he won, he changed that for Ward E. When he won as mayor, he changed that policy for the city. Yet neighborhoods leaders have periodically spoken at council meetings complaining about the reduction of parking which creates problems for long term residents. Typically a project with 40 units will have 16 parking spaces. I am sure Fulop's new place with 4 car garage was the major reason for the purchase. What is good for the mayor and his family should also be good for Jersey City neighborhoods. Build garages in neighborhood and require new construction to have one to one parking.

Posted on: 8/21 13:37
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Quote:

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Yvonne wrote:
Article on staff at hospitals getting fired for not getting the vaccine. And it is more than just a few.
https://news.yahoo.com/nurses-fired-fo ... -rationale-202817653.html


So, it was 100 out of 25,000 employees,a nd only three nurses.

Sounds like a good ratio and the ones that got fired are not a loss. Fuck em.

They, like you morons, are the ones keeping the dangers of the pandemic going. Almost all ICU admissions and deaths are among the unvaccinated, and even doctors and nurses want to triage out unvaccinated people to treat ones who are not a danger to them.


That is just one article, I have seen other stories of hospitals threatening to fire their hospital stall where half of them do not want the vaccine because they caught covid. The vaccine is a gene therapy and they know this. https://www.swfinstitute.org/news/8394 ... kap0l0oqf1yHFUkW9ePvzUzs0

Posted on: 8/20 15:27
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Article on staff at hospitals getting fired for not getting the vaccine. And it is more than just a few.
https://news.yahoo.com/nurses-fired-fo ... -rationale-202817653.html

Posted on: 8/20 2:22
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Quote:

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Holy shit. This site is a cesspool of anti-vaccine misinformation and stupidity.

I hope all you idiots get it and thin the herd.


A lot of people already had covid like doctors and nurses and do not want the shot. The medical field is the lowest rate in getting the vaccine. They already have the anti-bodies in their blood. There is no common sense, let people decide. If someone has smallpox, why give them the smallpox shot?

Posted on: 8/19 22:17
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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What desperate? Are you calling NPR a liar? European countries have banned some vaccines due to the same problem. Besides it is up to parents, not government to decided what is best for a
child.
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/why- ... astrazeneca-covid-vaccine

Posted on: 8/15 15:53
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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The reality is - teens especially boys can develop heart inflammation from the vaccine.

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-sh ... eens-symptoms-myocarditis

Posted on: 8/15 13:41
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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I saw on the news the number given to Texas and Florida are not valid. Florida's numbers are one third higher and Texas's numbers on children include numbers from the beginning of the pandemic. Politics should be removed from data and the public should just be given the facts. Of course covid is increasing, a high percentage of the immigrants crossing the border has the delta variant and probably other variants will also pop up down the road.

Posted on: 8/13 23:42
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Re: Op Ed: City’s Affordable Housing Policies Aren’t Nearly Enough
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Affordable housing has become a political scam. First, the city places people in affordable housing that are not JC residents since they take federal dollars and NGOs gets first shot at housing not JC residents. Secondly, it is done by transferring those taxes to the small homeowner, especially school taxes. Lastly, no one ever looks at the total amount of income affordable housing brings in. A senior living in an one bedroom affordable housing pays one third of their income, which might be Social Security. So if they get $1,200 they pay $400 including utilities, but that apartment actually earns $2200 a month to the developer/manager. So the $1,800 is not considered when the city does it tax abatement plan, only what the tenants pays.

By the way, when Newport made their deal with the city for affordable housing, LeFrak put his ad for housing in the New York Post, not the Jersey Journal and New Yorkers came over for those cheap housing.

Posted on: 8/6 21:07
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Re: Two Men Charged in May
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Yet the August 25, 2020 special council meeting 740 people sent a petition to the city council on "defunding the police." Not all lived in JC but many do.

Posted on: 8/6 15:49
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Re: New Protections for Tenants: What You Need to Know
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I saw a video of a man from NYC who owns a 2-family brownstone, he has not been paid since August 2019 and is due $65,000 in rent. In the meanwhile, his tenant has sublet the apartment and is collecting rent while he must supply heat and hot water.
So, how do anyone knows if someone is working from home and decides not to pay in NJ? If you don't pay the first three quarters in JC, you go into tax lien by November of this year and that also includes your water payment. Who is checking that the renter is not pulling a scam just like what is happening to this guy in NYC?

Posted on: 8/6 10:54
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Re: New Library Director Appointed Following Sudden Departure of Predecessor
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Someone has to improve the 5 Corners Library. There is nothing worthwhile there. During the 1960s, it was known as the Art Library. It had many books on art as well as copies of famous paintings.

Posted on: 8/1 17:48
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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It is one thing for adults to get the vaccine but the vaccine is really a gene therapy. So I would not give the vaccine to a minor child unless he/she had a serious medical condition such as cancer.
https://www.swfinstitute.org/news/8394 ... kap0l0oqf1yHFUkW9ePvzUzs0

Posted on: 7/31 18:13
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Of course there is more infection, JC quietly and without fanfare have received many of the immigrants that came across the border. They have covid to the point that Democrat elected officials from Texas are now complaining to Joe Biden. This new version is more contagious but not as deadly.

Posted on: 7/30 14:06
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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Society Hills was built on contaminated land in the 1980s and received no tax abatements and Dixon Mills, the downtown pencil so received no tax abatements in the 1980s. Newport did not originally receive tax abatements because they won a $40 million UDAG grant in the 1980s. So when did tax abatements become popular? It is when the city asked Newport to give affordable housing. In exchange Newport asked for a tax abatements, years after the first 4 buildings went up as well as the mall being built. Newport advertised their affordable units in the New York Post and many New Yorkers grab them. 271 units out of 1500 became affordable and developers then start asking for tax abatements since LeFrak got a sweetheart deal.

Posted on: 7/29 15:26
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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Rent control is a problem now? All along you've been insisting that all renters don't pay property tax of any kind and therefore should be excluded when it comes to any kind of city-wide decision making or zoning.


Call up the rent leveling board, they will tell you increases are based on the Consumer Price Index which is between 1 to 4%. The last time it was 4% was 2009, it was on the city's website until it was removed last year. Then call the Hudson County Tax Board to ask them about assessment being lowered because JC, unlike other Hudson County towns cannot pass on a tax increase so landlords always win in tax court.

Posted on: 7/28 20:24
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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It is not just tax abatements, it is rent control laws which has expanded thanks to Councilman Solomon to cover non-occupied homeowners of 2 to 4 houses. Rent control is covered by the Consumer Price Index, not taxes. So when taxes go up, the landlord goes to tax court to appeal. The tenants do not pay. All of the taxes including the art tax that everyone voted on is passed on to the small homeowner and condo owner. JC has become a socialist city where some pays for everyone.

Posted on: 7/28 14:47
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Re: where q3 property tax bill?
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They cannot give the bill until the budget hearing which just happened last week. So it should come soon.

Posted on: 7/19 10:35
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Re: Bonds, Cannabis, Islamophobia and Food Unfit for Stray Cats Dominate Council Meeting
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Yvonne wrote:
A little background since we are only given 3 minutes and I cannot go into details at council meetings. JC refinance bonds about 3 months ago that was close to expiration shortly including one for 2022, next year so they can save money on bond debt, according to the city. But the budget shows we are actually paying more money this year on bond debt. There were two bonds, the second bond was money from a re-finance bond. The bond debt is over $600 million. In addition we are paying $280 to the school and $170 million to the county for their budgets I personally think the city is refinancing bonds so they will have people in the bond business give campaign contributions.


My error, that should be $280 million to the school system.

Posted on: 7/17 19:57
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