Wed Nov 21, 2012, 07:14 PM
HiPointDem (20,729 posts)
Emperor Bloomberg’s bureaucracy gone mad: City inspectors hassling heroes who feed Sandy victims
On Sunday, Eustace and dozens of fellow firefighter volunteers served 800 free hot meals from a steamy Army tent in this hemorrhaging beach community, where there are no longer stores or restaurants, where most people have no gas to cook with, no heat or hot water and no hot food.
That afternoon, a freon-blooded inspector from the city’s Department of Health issued Eustace a notice of violation for not meeting the same food-handling standards as, say, the Four Seasons...
It astounds me that the city can afford to pay a Health Department inspector on a Sunday, at the scene of a national calamity, to issue violations as people scavenge in the cindered sand for lost possessions before the bulldozer razes their shattered dreams.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/hamill-emperor-bloomberg-bureaucracy-mad-article-1.1205428#ixzz2CuDkoz7O
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Wed Nov 21, 2012, 07:29 PM
sabrina 1 (53,842 posts)
4. Those good people are probably interfering with some Big Food Corporation
Bloomberg intended to sign a contract with.
Disaster Capitalism can't work if people act like decent people. There HAS to be a profit in feeding the starving if Disaster Capitalism is to survive.
How long before 'Bloomberg's' Army' of Robo Cops descend once again on Occupy Sandy, confiscating the food and clothing they have been provident for the victims of Sandy, as confiscated the food and clothing and libraries Occupy Wall Street had been providing to the homeless, and beating up any 'criminal' who refuses to stop helping them?