Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Perry Klaussen of Hoboken411: 'I'm all in as Mason411 again!'

Perry Klaussen, Hoboken's biggest pathological liar on behalf of the Old Guard is trotting out his usual half-truths and smears on the Hoboken scene in a risky attempt to undermine support for the launch yesterday of the Hoboken Free Speech Legal Defense Fund.  More important, he's clearly back doing the full bidding of his sponsor Councilwoman Beth Mason and their friends.

Not a word at all about any of the nefarious relationships among the parties is there?

Beth Mason thrilled again with Mason411
While Perry Klaussen smears others constantly always making sure they can't comment on anything or ever have a word without his totally controlling it so the truth doesn't ever get out; here he's making it clear he's back in the political game.  His pal who spilled the beans he was moving to Vermont is officially on hold now with the money splashing all over town from uptown Hudson Street.

A source supportive of Reform reported Perry Klaussen was in Sparrow buying a ton of items on a credit card just the other day.  Does Perry Klaussen also have a Beth Mason or Mason Civic League credit card as other Beth Mason political operatives?  (MSV will be breaking that story.)

While Perry Klaussen and Hoboken411 have now posted some actionable items, we'll note it was former Councilman Michael Lenz who earlier this year put out a letter to Councilwoman Beth Mason and her "friends" regarding defamation.

As MSV reported last week, Lenz's good faith efforts was ignored - by all three parties!  No denial was made whatsoever by the parties in the good faith effort.  Instead, Perry Klaussen went and attacked his wife.

The goal in this Mason411 story is obviously a political attempt to stop the 12 defendants in the complaint from fighting back with the aid of the community.  Many of you have stood up already.  Thank you!

But we're not asking for only some people to help carry the load for supporting speech in Hoboken for what you agree with, but for what you may not always agree with or in fact find disagreeable.

The strength of Hoboken's democratic institutions demands it.

Should you allow Mason411 and Perry Klaussen to continue with his dirty iron fisted fascist control over speech in town?

Da Horsey thinks not.

Talking Ed Note:  Has everyone gotten the message from upper Hudson Street now?  

MSV is not covering the dog days of summer City Council meeting tonight.  Please see our colleague at the Hoboken Journal who is carrying the live telecast.

For the record, Da Horsey has never been paid, sought pay, earned pay in any shape or form from any political figure, direct or indirect or through any third party companies set up by same.

You won't see any cute language speaking in the strict present tense how Da Horsey "is not a political operative" while having breakfast or out at the movies.

MSV has never been a professional photographer, never worked for the City of Hoboken in any capacity or for any official or their families, or done any work on behalf of same.

There is no such thing as a Zimmer blogger.  There are Hoboken residents who agree with the efforts on behalf of Hoboken and who decry the corruption by the Old Guard that has gone on far too long.  Then there is the Mason paid internet hit squads.  No one else does that.  No one else would even think to fund such an idea.  The only other person who could ran a positive race for mayor in 2009, that being Frank Raia.

Hoboken411's lies are defamatory and of course false.  Take note Perry Klaussen and go ask your sponsor if she will be saving your rear end when her number comes up with the law.

Do you good people of Hoboken think this distraction makes any sense?  

Hoboken Municipal Elections verdict: The People will Decide!

The Vote Yes for November citizens' committee announces:

1,800 Hoboken Residents Petition To Consolidate Local Elections

This afternoon, the Vote Yes For November citizens’ committee successfully submitted to the city clerk approximately 1,800 petition signatures from local residents to consolidate municipal elections in Hoboken.  When certified, the petitions will allow the people of Hoboken to decide this November when future municipal elections will be held.  If the two ballot questions proposed to residents are approved, Hoboken’s municipal elections will move to Election Day in November, with the candidate for each office receiving the most votes on Election Day being elected to serve.

“Consolidating the municipal elections to when voters are already voting in November would not only result in greater voter participation and less hassle for voters, but also save taxpayers over $100,000 for each election saved," said Vijay Chaudhuri, a member of the citizens' committee. Any way to make it more convenient for residents to vote and save hundreds of thousands of dollars over the next several years is a win-win situation for everyone involved." 

Sasha Conroy, another member of the Committee, noted that in 2009 Hoboken held a total of five elections in eight months costing Hoboken taxpayers over half a million dollars and forcing citizens to endure round after round of nasty campaign literature, attack advertisements, and constant phone calls to influence the course of yet another municipal election.

“This year, the Board of Education took the common sense first step by moving the School Board elections to Election Day,” Ms. Conroy explained.  “Elections should be held on Election Day in November.  These initiatives will allow the people to decide whether they should vote once and for all on Election Day in November, or whether they prefer to vote numerous times throughout the year.”

After the petitions are certified, two initiatives will be placed on the ballot in November when residents vote in the Presidential election.  The first question will move the municipal elections to November, while the second question will consolidate the municipal elections to a winner take all system, similar to the process of electing federal and state office holders.   The two petition questions required approximately 640 signatures to reach the ballot, an amount nearly tripled by the committee’s efforts. 

If a majority of Hoboken residents vote yes on the two propositions, Hoboken’s next municipal election would be held in November of 2013. 

Hoboken resident Vijay Chaudhuri (l) was one among many residents
spearheading the successful petitions drive.

Talking Ed Note: This is an impressive effort in the middle of August.  Congratulations to all the citizens who participated to give Hoboken voters the choice when to hold municipal elections.

This November the People will Decide!

Hoboken BoE Slate announces

The BoE Slate of Markevitch, Oland and Vasquez announces:

Dear Friend of Hoboken Education,

    November 6 is Election Day! We have been meeting with Hoboken residents to discuss issues of concern and shared aspirations for the public schools.  

    If you wish to volunteer, set up a time to meet with the candidates, or just would like more information - please contact us at the following email: 

Markevitch  (1O)
 Oland  (1N)
 Vasquez  (1P)

    All the best,
    Liz, Anthony & Felice

About this Hobroken Beagle Defence

To: You wannabe do gooders in Hobroken

From: The lower nether regions of the sewers, aka, I'm here at Hobroken411

Subject: This talking back bullshit

I understand that many of you have in the dead of night gone out of your way to make some sort of monetary contribution to this dirty dozen defence fund for beagles.  While I've heard that dumb lame war horse is extremely grateful on behalf of those wretches, my alter ego suggested I pass along a warning:


We decide when you can speak, when you can write a letter to the Hudson Distorter, when you can vote, how much you will be paid to do so and who you will vote for.

Have you gotten the message yet?

So to all of you who think you can take on my checkbook, watch as I destroy the living shit out of everyone who stands between me and my minions' way.

No one questions me or my benevolence to the City of Hobroken.  If I want to bankrupt this town, I'll do it.  In the meantime, know that if I so choose I will use my minions to bankrupt you.

That is all.  Now go in peace and STFU like your wimpy council members.  I'll threaten whoever I want, when I want.  That's how me and my Old Guard friends roll.

With all my benevolence and mercy,


P.S. Whatever you do, don't give a nickel more to that dirty dozen.  If you do, we'll have our interent jackals scour every every computer, every handheld device, and every internet connection in the City of Hobroken.

My political operatives/innocent journalist friends who are not paid for friendship will sue you all?

Legal mumble jumboAll characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.  If you don't like it, you can kiss my horsey ass.

Tonight at City Council "On the Waterfront"

Hoboken Residents for a Public Waterfront announces:

We encourage residents to attend tonight's City Council meeting.  The Council will be debating and voting on a $1 million bond ordinance with the proceeds to go towards work on Observer Highway, Washington Street, and Sinatra Drive.  The Sinatra Drive aspect of this project is to hire engineers to prepare plans to continue the bike path from 4th Street to 11th Street, add more parkland and make the area more pedestrian friendly.  Once these plans are in place the City can apply for State and Federal grants to help alleviate costs of the renovations.

Second, the Council will be asked to approve an emergency appropriation of $150,000 to fund legal bills for the fight against the Monarch project.

Obviously we believe these are two very important steps for the City to take to increase the public park space along our waterfront.  Both of these items will require 6 votes from the City Council.  Please let us know if you have any questions.

The meeting is held in Council Chambers at City Hall tonight at 7pm.

--Hoboken Residents for a Public Waterfront
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