Jun 8, 2016

Molovinsky's Sacred Mission


I must confess that it can be a little fatiguing fighting the politically correct sacred cows in this community. Now, that the new towers are up on Hamilton Street, the sanctioned activists are speaking out against gentrification. Four years ago, when I was defending the former merchants,  I was called a naysayer, trying to impede Allentown moving forward.

As my rage against the hypocrisy continues, I take note of the political landscape. While I point out how the Wildlands Conservancy blocks the creeks in Allentown Parks with their riparian buffers, the Trexler Trust bestows large grants upon them. While the Conservancy degrades the original park designs paid for by Harry Trexler himself, they are funded by his very trust. I continue the battle against these absurdities for two reasons; I know that my complaints don't go unheard. They do result in small repairs to the traditional park system. Secondly, if I don't speak out, who will?

Although I'm Jewish,  I wore a cross for dramatic effect in this photo.

6 comments:

george schaller said...

MM,
There would be very few, because most are clueless and than there are those that are complcite yet claim ignorance to facts faking there own fictisious facts put to print by the local advert is mentalist that are one in the same also reporting there ommited stories of bling bling blam glam lightening slam that white boxes built haven't produce from my view?! The blight and degradation jus seems to be growing by there true arena agenda by design to the darkages?!

George Ruth said...

I liken you to Bill Buckley who might have felt the same way in the early 50s when he published his then little-read National Review. He said he saw his role as standing athwart history and yelling "Stop."

Scott Armstrong said...

I thought you were the one with the wings...

michael molovinsky said...

scott@9:06, as i explained on social media; the photo was staged. i spent two days growing the beard, and the eagle i had trained earlier, because of a neighbor allowing his small dog to go on my lawn.

Scott Armstrong said...

Hope the bird took care of the dog

Chilio Pepper said...

Two days to grow that beard?

Gandalf would be jealous!