Monday, February 3, 2014

Message to Jessica Coco

Activist Jessica Coco's car vandalized early Sunday morning, February 2, 2014

Jessica Coco , HHA tenant activist whose group Save The Projects opposes 33rd District Assemblyman/ HHA Executive Director Garcia's  'Vision 20/20', the demolition and redevelopment of the HHA, sent me this yesterday:

They broke the driver's side door to my van some time in the wee hours.  Before this I had contacted Stack's office and an aide contacted me and promised to repair my car. (redacted) found out because I just happened to get a congrats from someone this morning as I'm going to the car to find my window broken.  Nothing happens at the HHA he doesn't allow. He wanted me to know he knew I contacted Stack.  I think I should be filing my own ethnic cleansing lawsuit. This was unnecessary.  What did he get out of this?

Retaliation for reaching out to State Senator Brian Stack?
Please call Senator Stack and tell him this harassment of Ms. Coco at the HHA needs to STOP: (201) 721-5263

10 comments:

  1. Carmelo's Cowards strike again. Strip away the ethnic cleansing bullshit and this is nothing more and no different than the good ole boys keeping the uppity n*****s down with fear and intimidation in Mississippi. They just can't see it. Stupid people never can.

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    1. That's exactly what it is!!! Excellent analysis. Carmelo is the tyrannical "white" slave master who openly calls himself the feudal lord and demands obedience from his slaves and sexual favors. The Carmelitos are akin to the house n*ggers, who can't bow down enough to the master & love him for being on a higher social lever nearer to the master in comparison to the rest; as to the rest, they just don't see it or are so afraid, they keep quite. It should be overwhelming embarrassing that although the majority of HHA tenants are Afro-American and or even the members of Save the Project group, why is it a white woman is the most vocal member? Where is the pride in the black community to save itself from profiteers like Carmelo who wants to sell the plantation which includes their homes to wealthy developers to build luxury housing for an elite, out-of-town clientele? Other than selling out, Where is the NAACP? Or the Black Leaders defending their homes?

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    2. The NAACP? The local NAACP chapter head is busy with Carmelo and the faked flyers, filing copyright infringement complaints (the logo)with the Hoboken Police Department.

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  2. The silence of the pro-reform HHA commissioners with regard to Ms Coco is deafening and disgraceful.

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    1. Soon enough Garcia will be fired.

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    2. Yes, and the little F will walk away with a mil after he sues on the basis of discrimination.

      What is necessary is to fire him for just cause and to do so is to get advice from outside council. Back this cavia porcellus into a corner, embarrass him.

      He was sweating like a pig at the cc dais, he is really awful under extreme pressure but reform has to turn it up a number of notches. The time to strike is now. I really hope when he is fired there is no way he can win a suit against the city. Make sure he can't.

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    3. Cheers around the mile sq will be heard across the hudson when this stinker' scheming pile of poop is fired. 200k - 40k should smart a bit.

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    4. On what possible pretext are you saying he will be fired? You may be looking at different board from the one we have. If the board isn't lifting a finger to stop a pattern of abuse, do you really think they'll do something about the man himself?

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    5. Without going into too much detail, actions already past are plenty enough to list and act if the board so chooses. Give them a chance to get their bearings and then we'll see what's what.

      The Carmelito's will be braying like hyenas. Lots of promises will not be kept. They weren't anyway but those dopes don't realize it.

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  3. Maybe that Channel 5 reporter should pay Brian Stack another visit up in Union City.

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