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South Asian Outreach Meeting to Save our City!
March 8, 2014 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
What can we do to save our neighborhoods, our city and our country from ruin?
Outreach Meeting hosted by Pushap and Nishi Bandhu @ 12:00 Noon on Saturday.
All friends and family from the community are invited, young and old. Last Saturday we spoke about the destructive ideological polices of Mayor de Blasio that will hurt us all and ruin our city, like Detroit, once America’s most wealthy city, now bankrupt, with crime out of control, now America’s most dangerous and poorest city. The welfare policies of the past 30 years have ruined families, destroyed our cities, created mass unemployment and government dependence on the backs of the middle class taxpayers, that’s us.
NYC has been safe and secure up to now, protected by Republican Administrations for the past 20 years, but before that, during the Dinkins administration, crime and murders were at an all-time high, and millions of people were fleeing NYC because it was too dangerous to live here. Now with Mayor de Blasio’s anti-law enforcement policies, high crime rates are already returning. The Mayor has already vowed to create 200,000 affordable housing units and he just put together a team to implement his plan. They just met yesterday: http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20140304/BLOGS04/140309966/de-blasio-housing-team-pow-wows-with-advocates#
This is another way they will squeeze us out, the middle class. We hard working taxpayers, who just want to live our lives in peace and pursue the American Dream. Section 8 (subsidized welfare housing) housing is coming to all our neighborhoods, with people with many kids, living on welfare, food stamps and worse. Since they have no appreciation for government handouts since they did not earn it themselves, they won’t take care of their properties, and the all home values will likewise decline in our own neighborhoods.
We all need to educate people and fight back. We need to stand up now! We cannot wait until things deteriorate and our city goes back to slums, crime, drugs, gangs and poverty. That’s why we are meeting, to preserve our communities, for our safety and security and to save our city and country. Please talk to your friends, educate them, get them excited, make them aware of what’s happening to our communities and bring them on Saturday. We will plan more meetings, bigger meetings, mobilize people and organize so we can elect true leaders of the people who care and understand the needs of our communities.