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  • Posted April 2, 2013 by
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    The Avon Park Clandestine Organizational Clicks

     
    I've been here in Avon Park, Florida for about three and a half years, I arrived here in November of 2009. I never seen a place like this before. Though I have been here before, I must admit I was naive to the reality of the mindset of these people. People here smile in your face and at the same time try to take your place and not out of need, but because there is a crab mentality among these people.

    I never seen so many petty individuals. They will bet you out of a dollar for no reason but to game on you. When I got here, I had that New York City mentality of sharing the wealth, even if I had only a few dollars myself, but people play on people like me and call me a sucker for being a decent individual. I must say my attitude changed over these few years, because the first law of nature self preservation set in and I had to protect myself from these petty individuals.

    Never have I seen so many pedophiles, that even boast about their lust on children. Sure we all know there are people who play on kids for sex, but these people boast about it and have pride in there craft. They hangout in cocaine parties to celebrate their homosexuality and you wonder why the AIDS population here is greater than in Washington D.C. in proportion to the population. And all they have to say about this is, "well you have to die from something." Too may sick individuals here.

    The game on the streets are without parameters, because the Organized Crime is performed on the down low. Everything is secretive accept their sexual predications. They boast about how they infect children with AIDS and into single parenthood. While these little girls think they got something in a child support check and food stamps. So many with low self esteem here!

    Meanwhile law enforcement turns a blind eye to the sickness of this community. They are allowed criminals to peddle drugs on the streets like it is legal and adults practice pedophilia. It is sick down here, but they can keep me in court for almost three years on bullshit charges, because this allows for the funding of their judicial system. But in reality this place is lawless to those who are part of the clandestine clicks. I say clandestine because they a secret order of evil doers.

    Like in New York City a gangster wears his image like a badge of honor and there are rules that apply not just within, but on the treatment of others. Here they prey on little children in the worst way. As they give them candy, cookies and dope to make them subservient for a life time. And what hurts me the most is that law enforcement turns a naked eye to all this mayhem. With their huge budgets considering the size of this town, they are still without a real mission but every cop has a cop car, while all they do is harass people who are a new faces to them and allow the hometown favorites to destroy the hope of the future who are the children.

    The children sale drugs to the parents, as the parents have sex with the children and I just think there is something very wrong with the picture, in a town ran by clandestine organizational clicks, because the rule are self degradation. This place need Federal oversight! Because the Sheriff isn't doing anything for the betterment of the community at large, but driving new cop cars.

    Rev. Frank Paul Jones - President of the NCNCHINC

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