Puerto Ricans Invade Central Florida as Blacks go to Prison

Puerto Ricans Invade Central Florida as Blacks go to Prison


There is an estimated 4.4 million Puerto Ricans on the face of the earth.  About 2.7 million of them live in the mainland.  In 2009 there was about 2 million Puerto Ricans in New York City. Today about 700,000 Puerto Ricans live in Florida.  Of the 700,000 Puerto Ricans about 350,000 live in Central Florida and about 206,000 live in Orlando.  The average age of them is between 25 and 44 years of age.


The Poverty level of Puerto Ricans is at about 30% with about 31% finishing high school.  While there are about 7.1 million people living in Public Housing in the United States, of that 7.1 million over 2 million are Puerto Ricans when you count the home land.  Puerto Ricans in Puerto Rico do not pay Federal taxes, yet they have more Project units in Puerto Rico than any state in the Union.

Here in Avon Park, Puerto Ricans almost totally occupy the Housing Projects.  Meanwhile there is a waiting list to move into the Lakeside Community due to the hurricane the occupants of the projects are migrants.


What does this mean to the state of Florida especially Central Florida?  Everybody knows Puerto Ricans are laid-back.  They seem to always find a way to use the system to their advantage.  Though the education level of this community of people is low and I have to say it is a conspiracy by the United States government that created this deadbeat community.  They are survivors. 


Puerto Rico is a strategic place on the map as far as the National Security of the United States. On their homeland location is the world’s biggest telescope.  The occupation of Puerto Rico is very necessary for our nation’s security.  So the United States Government by design created these idle people by handing them welfare, public housing and food stamps.  I am not talking about a few but just about all of them get government checks.


See while the government systemically gives Puerto Rican welfare, food stamps and public housing, they give the black community prison time, homelessness and nervous breakdowns.  It is not fair, but it is a conspiracy.  The Puerto Rican people are never going to be enterprising as long as they are pacified with government checks and public housing.


So what is about to happen in Florida?  They are going to take up all the benefits such as public assistance money, public housing and food stamps and there is not going to be any left for African Americans Community.  They are going to take over the government because they are a powerful voting block (700,000 strong).  Change the laws to free-for-all, cause transgressions and mayhem and run the Negroes out of town. 


But this time they plan to work the low paying jobs, while they occupy subsidized housing complexes.  Therefore on a part time job they will be able to survive on food stamps and cheep rent.  But the Negroes will not be able to stay here, because all that will be available is low paying jobs here in Highlands County. So we will have to resort to crime and end up in prison worst than ever in the state of Florida.  So once again the black community gets the short end of the stick.


New Affordable Housing in Avon Park & the Blackout

New Affordable Housing in Avon Park & the Blackout


Originally the pre-development loan program was estimated at about $7M for 40 units of affordable housing at Central Avenue and Winthrop and the name of the project is North Central Heights.  However from inside information I received there will be 76 units built at North Central Heights.


There will be 2 and 3 bedrooms of single family housing.  It is located over there by Bagwell’s Lumber.  The units are walking distance from Main Street.


The housing units are under the development team of Judd K. Roth and I am not clear on who are the contractors.  However, my concern is with who will be hired to build these units and who will be privileged to live in them.  Will there be another blackout?


I do not want to sound like I am anti Hispanic, but the Puerto Ricans all but took over Lakeside Community.  They are at the rent office, they are in the housing dwellings and they are the workers, and that is not fair, because they do not have the history of the building up of Avon Park, Florida.


Sure Mexicans pick the fruit today and Puerto Ricans, I do not know what they do, but who carried the burden of Avon Park for the last 100 years?  Now development is coming to town and we are left out.  I mean what happened to equal housing opportunity?


As a black economic rights activist I say we must have our fair share of this project.  We must be counting from the inception of this project, from employment in its construction to the rent office, to housing dwellings to year around jobs.  Black people must stand up now while the getting in is possible.  Because as Highlands County grows so will, the real estate prices will increase and with that homelessness for not standing up for equal housing now.  I mean what is the plan, to import more Puerto Ricans from Puerto Rico, meanwhile we are here already and homeless.  It is not fair!


So what is the deal, we give black single parents with children homelessness, the black man prison and the Puerto Ricans affordable housing?  That is racist and not telling it like it is!