Ponchartrain Park New Orleans & the American Home Dream Which the Biden Administration Aims to Undermine; Comment Deadline July 12th

Mining Awareness +

Nothing like this had been done in the country. White people didn’t think black people could afford it. [But] They set records on paying mortgages. — Rosa Kellerhttps://cat.xula.edu/unmasked/articles/419/

The aim used to be for all Americans to live well. This meant access to single family homes. Ponchartrain Park was a first step in the right direction.

Developed in the 1950s, “Pontchartrain Park attracted middle- and upper-class African-American residents and became a symbol that the American Dream could be a reality for all Americans….”https://prcno.org/resources/pontchartrain-park/

Instead of aspiring for a good life for all Americans, the Biden Administration aims to undermine single family zoning so that no one can have the opportunity to live well.

Comment deadline July 12, 2021: “FR-6249-I-01 Restoring Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Definitions and Certifications Posted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Jun 10, 2021https://www.regulations.gov/document/HUD-2021-0031-0001 The…

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Whole Building Collapses in Surfside, Florida < UPDATED – over 50 missing, 12 story bldg

This may not be SINKHOLE related … but just in case ….

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Maybe not related … FYI:
Fla. Geological Survey –
Sinkhole Frequently Asked Questions


flying cuttlefish picayune

CORRECTION:½ the building is standing (maybe unstable)

Were therepeople inside??

LINK –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEFzxNsJ2oY

Shocking video shows moment condo near Miami Beach collapses

OVER 50 Missing – it was a 12 story condo

WPLG –WATCH CONTINUING COVERAGE LIVE: At least 1 dead, 51 others unaccounted for following partial building collapse in Surfside


Was it related to this Navy test offshore???


U.S. Navy sets off giant explosion to test newest aircraft carrier

“The U.S. Geological Survey said the explosion, which occurred in the Atlantic Ocean off the Florida coast, registered as a 3.9 magnitude earthquake.”

 Video: Ka-Boom! Ford Undergoes ‘Shock Trials’

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Watch the weather, Louisiana – Gulf storm brewing 🌩

NHC Report –

” Heavy rains should also begin to affect portions of the northern Gulf Coast on
Friday. Please consult products from your local meteorological
service for more information.
* Formation chance through 48 hours…high…70 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days…high…90 percent.”



New Orleans Times Picayune

Tropical system could dump 10 inches of rain on New Orleans region this weekend

Heavy rain also could be problem in Baton Rouge

Genetically Modified Gulf of Mexico

Now that it looks like this pandemic is a man-made bio-weapon disaster or outright war, let’s revisit the gene “therapy” injected into the Gulf of Mexico

Our previous articles

  • Interview – The Gulf Blue Plague with Michael Edward
  • “Once the person who reads everything presented here connects all the dots of the picture, it will be more than obvious that BP has tried to fool Mother Nature… and she’s retaliating with a vengeance that is affecting the entire world. “



    You can find lots more searching for the term “blue plague”. – FC





    Louisiana: Important Legislation is being considered in tomorrow’s Senate Committee on Environmental Quality. Tomorrow, April 27

    From LEAN –

    Important Legislation is being considered in tomorrow’s Senate Committee on Environmental Quality. Tomorrow, April 27, 2021 at 10:00am, the Senate Committee will consider SB2 by Senator Fields and SB44 by Senator Peterson. Both of these bills intend to better protect Louisiana communities.
    SB2 by Senator Fields – Requires air monitoring systems in certain permitted facilities
    SB44 by Senator Peterson and Representative Landry – Provides for reporting and notification of releases of certain materials that cause an emergency condition.
    Please reach out to the Senate Committee of Environmental Quality to let them know you support these bills and their efforts to better protect Louisiana residents! Click on the names below for contact information, including email.
    Senate Environmental Quality Committee Members

    Lambert, Eddie J. Chairman District   18 R
    Pope, J. Rogers Vice Chair District   13 R
    Connick, Patrick Member District   8 R
    Hensgens, Bob Member District   26 R
    Hewitt, Sharon Member District   1 R
    Peterson, Karen Carter Member District   5 D
    Price, Edward J. Member District   2 D
    Cathey, Stewart, Jr. Ex Officio District   33 R
    Senate Committee Contact: