Friday, April 26, 2019

Brick Township NJ Controversy over Parks

from Twitter 
There is a controversy brewing about Orthodox Jews and parks in Brick Township, NJ. You can read more here, here and here. This echoes a previous controversy about Orthodox Jews and park use in Mahwah. See coverage here


  1. This is exactly what political correctness is doing to humanity: a group of people is behaving in a rude way towards other people.but you cannot criticize them because that would be anti-semitism racism or whatever. If anyone does that he will be labelled an anti-semite racist or whatever. so the whole thing just goes on and on until the victimized majority is seething with pent-up suppressed Rage. Someday let's rage breaks out and everyone will become a victim. Apart from the political correctness enforcing radical left. Rinse and repeat.

    1. Paul please post under a real first and last name.

      You imply that "a group of people is behaving in a rude way." Can you support this assertion with any objective facts?


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