Do you know anyone who works in a restaurant or supermarket? Have you ever asked if law enforcement ever ordered them to tamper with someone’s food?

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If you know an individual who works at a restaurant or supermarket, ask them if law enforcement has ever tampered with the food. Of course, law enforcement doesn’t tamper with people’s food at every restaurant and supermarket. Some restaurants and supermarkets allow law enforcement to tamper with the food and others don’t. 

People I know pay law enforcement to sabotage, set up, and torture people including me. If you want to watch it, I post my location on social media every day. No member of the FBI or any police precinct will touch my civilian enemies and their law enforcement partners. The law enforcement they pay has access to commit crime without having to be concerned about any government interference nationwide. 

If you offered me $1 million to walk into any restaurant and have a meal I wouldn’t after everything I’ve seen. There are a lot of great restaurants that don’t tamper with the food. Regardless, I only buy food from supermarkets. I never go anywhere that a person has to hand me the food. 

When law enforcement tampers with the food, that doesn’t mean you are going to take one bite and drop dead or have your stomach pumped. From my experience, law enforcement likes to fly under the radar. They don’t want you to know. The damage will be gradual. If you are a target and you don’t know they are tampering with your food, they will keep on doing it little by little. 

I’m not naming names but I have to tell a story without giving up who it is. Someone I read about, who I don’t know personally nor have we ever met, is a slash and burn operator. What I mean is, if something is legal, it’s fair game. They don’t care about being a good person. If it’s legal and a bunch of people will be jammed up, that’s OK with this unscrupulous entrepreneur. 

What this person and a lot of people don’t know is that I suspect a number of the people who she or he burned were part of law enforcement’s civilian team. You can’t treat a massive amount of people like garbage and think some of them aren’t connected with law enforcement or the US government. Personally, I want to have a positive impact on society. I believe in God and karma so I would never do anything like that regardless if it’s legal.

What I’m trying to tell everyone is that the US government, FBI, and police have hundreds of thousands of people working for them in every state that are not official government employes. Google the word COINTELPRO if you want to learn about it. Long story short, I have no evidence or proof but I’m going to wrap up what I think happened to the person in my story. 

The person treated so many people like trash without realizing that some of the people work for the government. This person also didn’t realize that when the government is upset with you, they are coming for your food supply. They don’t just do that overseas. They do it here too. 

Sometimes the government might already have a contact at a restaurant or supermarket a target frequents. In other cases, they might approach the food establishment and make them a proposition. The FBI or police might say, they’ll send the place a bunch of new customers, get them an additional location, or be given preferential treatment with the health inspectors. If the restaurant says no, it’s not an issue. The FBI and police can have the people who refused their offer thrown into a dumpster head first. It’s no big deal. Just kidding. Use your imagination. What would you do? 

I suspect they got the person’s food supply. End of story. There is no way in hell anyone can figure out who I’m talking about. I’m not trying to scare anyone. The odds are that law enforcement isn’t tampering with the majority of people’s food. The flip side is, if you are outspoken about the government, they might be. I’m just alerting people to the reality that it happens. 

Disclaimers: If you have an emergency call 911. I’m not a doctor. I’m not a lawyer. Use this information at your own risk. Results are not guaranteed. All information is subject to change. Verify everything yourself. 

Email I’m sending to the financial aid office of every college in New York City about my 2020 HRA public assistance case recertification.

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Greetings,

I’m a student at CUNY. I’m trying to find out the rules regarding student loans and public assistance. I’ve already gone through all the proper channels and I still don’t know.

This year my HRA public assistance case recertification was moved from November 2020 to December 2020. My student loans are going to land into my Chase Bank account a few weeks before my HRA public assistance case recertification. The amount is about $5000.

I was told by staff at CUNY and HRA Waverly Job Center that I can receive student loans and public assistance at the same time. No one at CUNY or HRA is certain if having thousands of dollars in my bank account or a large student loan deposit at the same time as my HRA public assistance recertification is going to affect my case.

If anyone has the answer please let me know.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

Some of the schools responded and said to contact my financial aid office. This is the email I responded to them with:

Greetings,

I’m confident CUNY has a lot of people who are on public assistance and financial aid. I asked them if receiving a $5000 cash deposit from student loans a few days or weeks before my HRA public assistance case recertification will affect my recertification and they said they weren’t sure. 

That is why I’m contacting every college in New York City to try and find a staff member who might have experience with this specific situation. I mentioned in my initial email that I already went through all the proper channels and I still don’t have an answer. 

I’d rather spend the time now to figure out the situation than wait and have an issue in the middle of the winter when I need to be focusing on my studies. My current GPA is a 4.0 after 27 credits and I’m doing everything in my power to maintain it. 

My school said they haven’t had a student with this specific issue so they can’t provide a definitive answer. They are as helpful and friendly as can be, they just don’t know. If it wasn’t for the awesome support at CUNY I wouldn’t have a 4.0 GPA. 

I guess no one on HRA public assistance has taken a direct loan of $5,000. 

If there is anyone else at the school who has experience with student loans and HRA public assistance please forward this email to them. My thought process is there has to be someone at one of the NYC colleges who has the answer. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

Email to the public assistance help desk at the CUNY school I attend.

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Greetings,

First and foremost, I treat everyone at The New York City Human Resources Administration (HRA), CUNY, etc., with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. I understand that everyone is doing their best under the circumstances. I appreciate the consideration I receive from all parties involved. 

I just read the email you sent. I’m in quite a predicament. I have no idea why but for some reason my HRA public assistance recertification date was moved from November 2020 to December 2020. Normally I receive my student loans after my HRA recertification and it doesn’t affect my public assistance case. Now that my HRA recertification has been moved my student loan money is going to land in my account at the same time as my HRA case recertification. 

I’m homeless and I wouldn’t go back to a homeless shelter under any circumstances. I had a horrible experience at two shelters. For the past 5 years, I usually sleep in a chair on the subway platform when it’s cold. Now the subways are closed during my sleeping hours. Additionally, the school is closed. All my go-to places to stay warm are locked up for the winter. 

I need the student loan money to rent access to a coworking space so I have somewhere to go this winter when it’s freezing cold outside. The ATM’s will be filled with my homeless sisters and brothers, so I can’t stay there. Plus the police and bank security are constantly patrolling and clearing everyone out.

I’m going to require my usual $500 per month or so cash assistance and SNAP for food. If I have an issue in the middle of December or January with my public assistance, the coldest months of the year, that is going to be tough. I’m spending hundreds of hours now trying to figure this out so I can avoid a disaster later. Plus there are so many people on public assistance, who knows how long it will take for a glitch in the HRA system to update. 

My HRA public assistance case was already dropped once years ago and I was never given a reason. I do everything HRA asks immediately and I treat everyone with the utmost respect at all times. For the life of me, I have no idea why my case was dropped. 

The HRA approved job program I used to attend would tease us that they were going to drop our cases but that was after my case was dropped and it hasn’t been dropped since. The HRA approved job program would say FTC (fail to comply) over and over for fun. That place was torture. That is why I love the opportunity to go to school and do something productive instead of sitting around the job center from 9 AM to 4 PM 5 days per week doing absolutely nothing for 90% of the time with the staff threatening FTC. There were no computers to use, no WiFi, etc. 

Maybe everything will go smoothly with my recertification but I have a suspicion that $5000 cash from student loans might affect my case if it lands in my account on the same date of my HRA public assistance case recertification. I contacted every single HRA public contact and they refuse to provide an answer. I visited the HRA office on West 14th Street and they were not sure. Thinking about it now, I’m going to go back and try to speak with them again in person. I emailed the financial aid office at school and they are not sure if the money will affect my case. 

I have started contacting financial aid offices at additional New York City colleges, outside of CUNY, trying to find anyone who might have the answer or a contact at HRA. I’m going to contact the public advocate, Manhattan Borough President, Queens Borough President, and anyone else I can think of. 

If you have any additional contacts for me to reach out to regarding this matter please let me know. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.