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is President Trump
Before we rip this New York Times article completely to shreds, let's look at the big picture for a moment.
The big picture is that:
Jews may (but may not) bless you for blessing their tribe,
Jews will certainly curse you for cursing their tribe,
but know that both cases ride on what furthers the cause of Jews.
And in that big picture comes President Trump's father who was famous among Jews in New York City for providing respectable homes for their fellow homeless European Jews washing up on our shores after WW2. For that Fred Trump was blessed by the Jews and so was his son Donald. As these homeless European Jews became established and rose in society, especially in regards to Manhattan where they pushed aside the old WASP Wall Street financial establishment and made it over in their their Jewish image, the Trumps were remembered when time came to build new skyscrapers in the city. Donald Trump was amply rewarded with real estate deals for his father's work.
Later Mark Burnett was allowed by Jewish media moguls from New York City to cast Donald Trump in his new series The Aprrentice, which turned the name Donald Trump into a household name. Don't get me wrong. Mark Burnett was born to a Roman Catholic father and a Presbyterian mother. He became head of MGM by pushing through a series of Survival shows which made his Jewish masters a whole boat load of money. Burnett first became known for Eco-Challenge where teams of people survived a race around the world. Then the series Survival, where teams survived the wilderness. The Apprentice is an urban corporate Survival. The Voice and The Contender were Survival shows in the entertainment industry, Shark Tank was Survival in the start-up business. But the point is that above the level of Mark Burnett were always Jewish paymasters and they were never afraid they were creating a national monster who would one day be against Jewish self-interest.
America's self interest has been Jewish self interest for the last 100 years, so Trump would not have been allowed to challenge that Jewish self-interest if they believed they could not trust him, or believed they could not easily take him down if the need ever arose. The powerful Jewish elites trusted their own New York City favorite son.
Now since he has exceeded his usefulness, the time to take down Donald Trump has arrived.
Before we get started, their's that nagging question again. Is this New York Times article being presented as a true hit piece intended to take down our President, or is it still a Bad Cop psy-ops article fraud? Jews can read between the lines just as well as you and I to see that the Trumps really helped immigrant Jews establish themselves here in America, while the article is writing actual lines to make the Trumps appear to be criminals to people who are incapable of reading between lines.
Yes, strangely, President Trump is both blessed by Jews and cursed by Jews.
New York Times attack on President Trump
If you are prized New York Times reporters such as Russ Buettner and Susanne Craig purport themselves to be, looking to publish a litany of "dirty trash" on the Trumps, one would assume they should not allow others the opportunity to rename the company they work for as the New York Slimes, as they so openly invite, by degrading the integrity of their work by appearing to lie about the last photo in the cumulation of your article "As the Trumps Dodges Taxes, Their Tenants Paid a Price."
Angel Castillo is pictured in the article moving out of his Beach Haven unit after the "current landlords" raised his rent by $150 a month.
All true, but all misdirection and fraud.
The article is outright fraudulent in coming to the climax of the article by spending the last three paragraphs talking about a totally irrelevant person. A man who rented the unit after the Trumps sold out, coupled with news on the current landlords raising rents who are not associated with the Trumps in any way.
Guilt by association much?
Not that the article starts off any better.
The prime photo shows Jack Leitner standing outside the Beach Haven apartments with subtitle stating he was defrauded by the Trumps.
This is a truly astounding statement to make when the reporters also report that Mr. Jack Leithner was a resident for over 20 years. Most apartment contracts I've ever seen are at worst one year contracts, which allows you the opportunity to move every year. Jack Leitner had the opportunity to find himself a better apartment 20 times and 20 times Jack Leitner felt that Trump Apartments were a better deal than any other he could find.
“I’ve always thought there was something strange going on,” said Jack Leitner, who has lived in the Beach Haven Apartments in Coney Island, Brooklyn, for more than two decades. “But you have to have proof, and it’s an uphill battle.”
One could almost say that what prompted Jack Leithner to "complain" now has more to do with politics since Trump became President than with any issues in the rent payments.
Same story with Susan Shavitz. Decades later, she now has a beef with the beef she's been eating for decades.
Susan Shavitz, 73, moved into her two-bedroom at Trump Village in Coney Island with her mother when Fred Trump completed construction in 1964. Decades later, her rent begin to rise more quickly.
The reason both Jews, Jack and Susan, stayed is clearly stated in the article. The article does not point out the other side of the coin. The Trumps kept out blacks and mostly rented to fellow Jews Jack and Susan could relate with. Of course these Jews were racist Jews who were more than happy for the Trumps to keep out the riff-raff.
Like Ms. Shavitz and her mother, thousands of tenants once saw moving into a Fred Trump building as a step up the economic ladder, an arrival of sorts.
In the postwar era, the president’s father came to own more than 10,000 apartments in New York City, and thousands more elsewhere, often financing the construction through low-interest government loans aimed at creating affordable housing for returning veterans and the booming middle class.
The rules attached to those loans kept rents low, but Fred Trump excelled at keeping costs low, and the empire became enormously profitable.
Woody Guthrie was at least honest enough to know that his nice place was kept nice through racist discrimination in favor of Jews and against blacks.
The folk singer Woody Guthrie took an apartment at Beach Haven in 1950. He wrote a song called “Old Man Trump,” contemplating the morality of paying rent to someone who would not allow blacks to live in the building.
Decades of satisfied customers later, we are now in the Trump era where all logic is allowed to be thrown out the door, as was attempted in the Kananaugh Supreme Court hearings where all Statute of Limitations laws were thrown out the door as allegations going back to high school were dredged up, and presented fraudulently I may add.
For instance, regulations in New York City allow for a 4-year Statute of Limitations. "Except when fraud occurs", say the oracles of the New York Supreme Court? If the rent increases were perfectly legal, then there would be no basis for any challenge to rent increases. By the nature of the deal, the rent increases would have to be alleged to be fraudulent increase for a hearing to be convened. No sorry, if you were cheated in any way, you only had 4 years to complain, as stated in the law!!! If you have lived there for decades paying rent, year after year after year, you no longer have a right to complain about the rent.
Regulations generally allow tenants to challenge rent for the past four years. But the state’s highest court has held that tenants can look back further to show their landlord increased rent through fraud (though damages are still limited).
How much did the evil Satanic Trumps take their tenants for? In the case of Susan Shavitz, a measly 11% over 8 years (all attributed to improvements to her apartment complex by the way.)
While it is not known how much of that is attributable to All County, the cost of improvements bumped up her rent in five of the last eight years that the Trumps owned the buildings, adding 11 percent in all.
Don't you know Jewish ingratitude for these improvements though is so great that that Jewess Shavitz is all in on doing a shakedown on President Trump and his family.
Ms. Shavitz said that she was financially comfortable and could afford her rent but would still participate in a lawsuit to win back overcharges.
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