Thursday, May 17, 2018

New York Tabloid Photographers Chase Down Guy Who Went on a Rant Against Spanish Speaking Cafe Employees

So this happened yesterday in a Manhattan cafe.

Today, New York City tabloid photographers sprung into action.

-Robert Wenzel  


Now, NBC New York has him on the run:


Now, this.

Via the
New York Post:
Aaron Schlossberg will have to find new office space — and an attorney of his own.

The 44-year-old was kicked out of his Madison Avenue work space Thursday after he was was captured in a hate-filled rant at Spanish-speaking restaurant workers — and then a Congressman filed a formal complaint to the state court system’s disciplinary committee.

Schlossberg had been using a business center in 275 Madison Ave. as an office address for his private law firm — but has been given the boot over the shocking video that went viral Wednesday.

“We have terminated his services agreement with us,” Hayim Grant, the president of Corporate Suites, which operates the business center, told The Post Thursday, adding that he was “completely shocked” by the nearly minute-long clip.

“His actions are just not consistent with our community and rules and regulations … It’s totally contrary to everything we believe in as a company and personally.”


  1. All racism is evil and there is no difference between groups, except that Israel has a right to remain jewish and if you think otherwise you're an antisemite.

    1. A brilliant contrast to all this hula baloo! Thats why I take every chance I can get to say Frak Israel.

    2. Re: Paul Hansen,

      See, that's why Trumpistas are so confused. If you group people based on arbitrary categories, is because you SEE differences that merits grouping. That's logic. That in itself is bot racist.

      Racism is the notion that people are defined by their race and predisposed to act in a certain way because of arbitrary racial features. Of course there's no actual or serious evidence of this to justify such thinking. Each human individual is a unique creation. Nevertheless seeing *differences* between groups of people is not racist per se. But concluding that one arbitrary group of people *must* be inferior or too different to the other abitrary group because of where they were born or the color of their skin, that's racist. Calling people 'magic dirt' like your fellow traveler Lab Manager likes to say about people he knows nothing about, is indeed racist.