Category: new york

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Très
difficile de savoir quoi penser de ces stats alarmantes quand on
connaît le délire amerloque sur les “comportements déplacés” ™ (main sur
l’épaule, plainte en justice, etc) et la passion pour la victimisation
encouragée par les réseaux sociaux, médias, associations, etc.

Cela dit, les chiffres restent inquiétants, des centaines en quelques
mois dans 2 universités de l’Etat de New York, 250 environ sur 3 grosses
et célèbres facs dont Columbia.

En complément, le témoignage de
Tanushri Ganesh, indienne ou pakistanaise, ce n’est pas précisé, qui
dit que “les différents états d’esprits liés aux multiples différentes
cultures”
expliquent ce phénomène, et qu’il y a un “choc culturel”.

Cette jeune femme pointe, évidemment, en creux, le “choc culturel”
qu’on retrouve en Europe de l’Ouest avec les migrants et “certaines
catégories d’immigrés de sexe masculin”.
Concluez-en ce que vous
voulez, le NY Post, gauchiste jusqu’au trognon quoique également
voyeuriste, se garde bien de poursuivre la direction impulsée par
Tanushri.

Basile Pesso, Freeland, 21 octobre 2 018, 1e diffusion ce jour-là (Fb)
Article du NY Post : “Hundreds of sex misconduct incidents reported at Cornell, NYUniversity”

germanpostwarmodern: House (1949) built for hi…

germanpostwarmodern:

House (1949) built for himself in Locust Valley, Long Island, USA, by Jose Luis Sert

germanpostwarmodern: Library (1957-60) of Hunt…

germanpostwarmodern:

Library (1957-60) of Hunter College in New York, USA, by Marcel Breuer

fletchermarple: Hart Island, also known as th…

fletchermarple:

Hart Island, also known as the Island of the Dead, is a massive burial ground for people too poor to afford a proper funeral or bodies who were never claimed by family members.

Located in New York, it has worked as a cemetery since 1869, after being a Civil War prison camp, a tuberculosis hospital and an asylum for the insane. It holds the remains of at least 1 million people. Inmates work as gravediggers and groundkeepers in the otherwise abandoned island.

Until last weekend, families weren’t allowed to visit the actual spot where their loved ones were buried, they could only look at the scenery from a gazebo. The DOC fortunately changed that, offering closure to many.

People wait in line to view a new Levittown h…

People wait in line to view a new Levittown house on New York’s Long Island.

From
Levittown, the prototypical (whites-only) American suburb

rogerwilkerson: Saturday Morning Matinee – Mea…

rogerwilkerson:

Saturday Morning Matinee – Meadowbrook Theater – Levittown

burningstandard: Temple Sinai Architect: James…

burningstandard:

Temple Sinai

Architect: James H. Johnson

Location/Year: Rochester NY, USA / 1967

Source: Tom The Backroads Traveller

danismm: Aerial of an apartment development i…

danismm:

Aerial of an apartment development in Brooklyn called The Vandeveer Estates, March 1951

abandonedandurbex:

abandonedandurbex:

Long since forgotten Overlook Hotel in the Catskills, NY. Originally constructed early 1800’s.

historicaltimes: NY’s Holland Tunnel, 1954. gy…

historicaltimes:

NY’s Holland Tunnel, 1954.

gynoceros:

Been through there a million times and never imagined those walkways got used that way. Brilliant!