Cleveland Plain Dealer Newspaper Littering Suburbs with Pollution Garbage and poor Waste Management

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The Cleveland Plain Dealer Newspaper Littering Suburbs with Pollution, Garbage, and poor waste management. The Plain Dealer is blighting, polluting, and dumping thousands of pounds of newspaper and plastic onto the more fortunate, rich Cleveland Suburbs’ personal properties. The Plain Dealer accomplishes this by employing delivery contractors who throw this trash in your driveway, driveway apron, lawn, and tree lawn from moving car’s open windows. They do this very early in the morning while you are sleeping. It also appears that the Cleveland Plain Dealer may also be practicing some discrimination, because this pollution and dumping of garbage is only done to the richer unsustainable single family homes defined by United Nations ECLEI International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives” which basically implements AGENDA 21, which Cleveland, Akron, Alliance, Oberlin and 600 other US cities are members off. Many Cleveland suburb cities, which also include Hudson, Ohio and Lakewood, Ohio, are considered unsustainable cities because we own cars, eat meat, ski, and golf, have fences, and live in single family homes. You won’t see this trash dumping on Cleveland’s 66th and St Clair, an inner city area that houses the less fortunate, low information collective. Every winter when the snow melts, you see hundreds of plastic covered newspapers on my unsustainable Lakewood Street, and many homes have 5 or 6 pieces of this Plain Dealer trash. Furthermore, I see this trash all winter in many other unsustainable single family Cleveland Suburbs during my home inspections. I tell my clients to make a police report and then call the Plain Dealer to come and pick up their trash from their yard.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer and all the Sun newspapers are owned and were affiliated by Advanced Publications Inc. This is a Multi-Billion-Dollar per year Media Tycoon. This company owns over 50 newspapers, over 50 magazines or periodicals, over 50 internet channels, many cable TV channels and more. Most media in the USA is controlled by a very small group of elite and most of these elite members belong to the “The Council on Foreign Relations”. This is a ruling elite group that is pushing a one World Government. They want to overthrow our Constitution. They want to abolish American Sovereignty, and they want to lower the earth’s population. Furthermore, this group controls the US Government behind the scenes, controls most of the US media, controls foundation grants, controls education. Finally, they control and guide every single news event and issue of the day. Furthermore, they control most of the news events and issue options that may be available.

If the Cleveland Plain Dealer can litter, others can too. The Hudson Hub also owned by a differ conglomerate, also pollutes the Hudson front yards. What is ironic is that in August 11, 2013, the Hudson HUB reported about a man who threw a soda cup on the ground and a Hudson police officer told the man to pick up his trash or he would be fined. Who is going to fine these conglomerate newspaper polluters? So not only do these entities pollute our unsustainable single family yards. They brainwash us with their twisted news and this is the same garage news they print, televise, and distribute through most USA media.
I remember The Plain dealer interviewed me for 1 hour, sent me 200 pages of testing results, and ask me for a professional opinion on The American Greeting Card main building. I told them the building can be repaired. The Plain Dealer interviewer asked me what if it cost millions and millions dollars to clean up asbestos, lead and mold, what should American Greetings do. I told them tear it down. The next day the front page read, Mr. Vovk said, “Tear it down” and that was it. In another more recent case, the interview told its readers that a homeowner was lied to about the home having mold, so they wrote and article to help collect money to build this poor guy a new home. This poor guy knew about the mold, and was told about the mold and the Cleveland Plain Dealer used selective hearing, did not do proper research, and wrote what I think a very bias article. Folks, they read a the National Enquirer’s news are more accurate.

OK You now think I am nuts. Why don’t you put down your paper, turn off your radio, turn off your TV , and go look this stuff up? While you’re doing this, Cleveland, an ECLIE member will continue to knock down homes, cut off the utilities to these properties, and turn them into temporary urban sustainable gardens.

OH, I forgot the plastic used for the newspapers is a suffocation risk. So don’t try to eat it. Folks, these Brainwashing Media’s are turning its readers into their ZOMBIE COLLECTIVES.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer Newspaper Littering Suburbs with Pollution, Garbage, and poor waste management.


  1. slobomotion says

    I have sympathy for the carriers/deliverers but that’s just careless what they do. My brother had an afternoon paper route for the now-defunct Cleveland Press. He was sloppy at it and many days, I did his route for him, uncompensated by him. (Very manipulative brother, to this day.) I took pride in approaching peoples’ houses neatly and putting the papers right where they’d asked them to be left. I wish to point out, our excellent mail carrier was thanked and given a generous cash tip at year-end and others who did delivery stuff for us, such as “the milk man” were also not only commended but tipped — that way they’d get a positive note to their employers and a smile from a small gesture of cash. I’d be furious at having this junk thrown on my property and it brings down the tone of a neighborhood. I didn’t know Lakewood much — I was “East Side.” But I wish you well there! Thanks for your activism. I generally found a lot of bad attitude in Cleveland. The sour attitudes of most people was a drag even decades ago!

  2. drej1 says

    I had a Cleve Press route & was glad to see folks appreciate the door drop off. I look back, good ol days, but now after Marko’s video I do imagine something could be done at a minimum to reduce this piling up of unattended newspapers trash. (Maybe carriers don’t drop of if they see 1 or more of these piling up “heck the people could be on vacation or something.)

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