Friday, July 1, 2016

Miami Voted 'The Worst Place To Live'

The Washington Times posted a report which stated Miami has been voted "the worst place to live." The article stated of the study, "No city in the United States is worse to live in than Miami." It's a terrible and dubious distinction, given to Miami due to the sheer levels of corruption in the city, among other things. Thanks to this corruption, which only begets crime, Miami is not considered a model city, which is indicated by the Washington Times article. 

Considering the harrowing nightmare my family and I faced in Miami for years, thanks to a sick, bribe issuing Hollywood cult and the corruption of the FBI, in tandem with local government and the court system, roped into helping them do the unthinkable, I'm not surprised Miami has been voted "the worst place to live." 

Innocent people have been brutalized and killed in Miami in deeds the federal and local government knew about and could have prevented, but due to bribery chose to look the other way and unconscionably let it happen. Yet, it's amazing how after the FBI disgraced Miami to America and on the world stage with millions have read about the corruption and taking a dim view of it, the FBI left Miami, relocating to another city in Florida, ensconced in Broward County. 

The FBI could have picked anywhere to relocate the FBI's Miami office within the city limits. However, the FBI chose a city outside of Miami, well outside the Miami city limits, to put the new Miami FBI office. Let that sink in, the Miami FBI office IS NOT EVEN IN MIAMI. It's one of the dumbest things I've ever seen. But the FBI knows why it hightailed it out of Miami...

Another thing the government needs to let sink in regarding their corruption that has greatly damaged Miami's name in the aforementioned study, even with poison water in Flint, Michigan - 49 people being unjustly killed in an Orlando, Florida night club shooting, a singer fatally gunned down in an Orlando, Florida theatre and a beautiful child being killed by an alligator at Disney in Orlando, Florida...Miami still beat those cities as "the worst place to live."

At the end of the day, it is the government's fault Miami has been given such a dubious distinction. The government are supposed to be the gatekeepers who maintain law and order, evenly distributing justice. The government are the gatekeepers, who are supposed to make sure people aren't being ripped off, homes stolen, working for low wages at arduous jobs and subjected to human rights abuses. What has negatively transpired in Miami is what the government has corruptly allowed. 


Not so sunny: Miami tops list of the 50 ‘worst cities to live in’: report

Tuesday, June 28, 2016 - It is a city said to be glamorous, historic, scenic, vibrant and charming. Nonetheless, Miami has been named the absolute “worst city to live in,” according to a meticulous new analysis of demographics and other data. Researchers from 24/7 Wall Street, a consumer and financial advisory site, based their conclusions on U.S. Census Bureau statistics from 550 American cities with populations over 65,000. They collected numbers on categories such as crime, economy, education, environment, health, housing, infrastructure, and leisure to make their judgments. 

“While people love and hate cities for any number of reasons, there are some objective measures by which all cities can be compared,” wrote Thomas Frolich and Samuel Stebbins, who led the research. “Based on a range of variables, including crime rates, employment growth, access to restaurants and attractions, educational attainment, and housing affordability, 24/7 Wall Street identified America’s 50 worst cities to live.” The Florida showplace landed at the top of the roster. 

No city in the United States is worse to live in than Miami. The city’s median home value of $245,000 is well above the national median of $181,200. However, with a median household income of only $31,917 a year, well below the national median of $53,657, most of these homes are either out of reach or a financial burden on most Miami residents,” the authors noted in their rationale. “Like most of the worst cities to live in, more than one in every four people in Miami live in poverty.” 

The Florida showplace landed at the top of the roster. They also cited “citywide violence” along with rates of incarceration, unstable employment, lower cognitive functioning among children, and “anxiety.”...