influx of Camden residents into sickl...

influx of Camden residents into sicklerville/winslow

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Mike

Cranbury, NJ

#1 Jun 10, 2006
Is this true? How are these people affording these houses?
Victoria

Hartford City, IN

#2 Oct 7, 2006
Response to Mike - Williamstown on June 10, 2006.
Mike, why don't you say what you really mean. Your true question is, how are these "N"s affording these homes, isn't it? The answer is - work!!
Try stepping out of your racist existance and perhaps in your small brain will be able to comprehend that.
You and those like you do not own this country and never will. Minorities will continue to expand, everywhere whether you like it or not. So if the thought continues to disgust you - then move bigot.
IT WILL ONLY GET WORSE

Fairfield, CT

#3 Oct 9, 2006
As the days go by, this town will go from worse to shit. It has been going on for years now, with all of these people from camden moving into Sicklerville. Look at the highschool, Winslow High. Its out of control! I dont want to hear, "oh its those trench coat kids who are creating the problem in that school". Actually, its the minority kids who pick on those type of individuals and with no one to turn to for help, these 'trench coat' kids turn to violence. Crime is high, its out of control. I took both of my children out of that district and am considering moving out of sicklerville all together. Its a warzone in sicklerville right now. Its to the point where I cant even drive down sicklerville road because these little pieces of shit think its cool to throw bricks at cars driving 40 mph. One went though the rear window of my new car. Ive had enough of this shit. You people from Camden wonder why the city is such a shit hole, maybe try looking at your kids and you will find the answer. You also wonder why inner suburbian families dont want minorities in their neighborhoods, its because of people like those from Camden who bring the crime and bullshit with them when they move into these towns.

I am a minority. I know first hand that it is hard to survive being a minority. However, we as minorities need to rise above the stereotypes and stop the bullshit now! Minorities will get no where as long as parents refuse to control their out of control kids and families. Furthermore, most of you people from Camden give us minorities a bad name! Disgraceful!
PARIS

AOL

#4 Oct 19, 2006
USED TO LIVE IN SICKLERVILLE. IT WAS BEAUTIFUL THEN, NOW IT IS LIKE CAMDEN, BUT I REMEMBER WHEN CAMDEN WAS BEAUTIFUL TOO......SEND THEM BACK TO WHERE THEY BELONG.....THEY RUIN EVERYTHING.....MOST OF THEM.....THEY ARE DISCUSTING, MOST OF THEM.

SORRY.......I AM NOW A MINORITY.......!!

HOUSES THERE ARE FALLING DOWN, IT IS HORRIBLE. THEY RUIN ANYWHERE THEY GO, THEY EVEN KILL EACHOTHER!! NEVER FELT LIKE THIS TILL NOW.!
IT ONLY GETS WORSE

Denver, CO

#5 Oct 19, 2006
PARIS wrote:
USED TO LIVE IN SICKLERVILLE. IT WAS BEAUTIFUL THEN, NOW IT IS LIKE CAMDEN, BUT I REMEMBER WHEN CAMDEN WAS BEAUTIFUL TOO......SEND THEM BACK TO WHERE THEY BELONG.....THEY RUIN EVERYTHING.....MOST OF THEM.....THEY ARE DISCUSTING, MOST OF THEM.
SORRY.......I AM NOW A MINORITY.......!!
HOUSES THERE ARE FALLING DOWN, IT IS HORRIBLE. THEY RUIN ANYWHERE THEY GO, THEY EVEN KILL EACHOTHER!! NEVER FELT LIKE THIS TILL NOW.!
I hate to admit it but you are telling nothing more or less than the truth. Your post comes off racist, but you are doing nothing more than calling a spade a spade.
Wilder

Denver, CO

#6 Oct 19, 2006
Victoria wrote:
Response to Mike - Williamstown on June 10, 2006.
Mike, why don't you say what you really mean. Your true question is, how are these "N"s affording these homes, isn't it? The answer is - work!!
Try stepping out of your racist existance and perhaps in your small brain will be able to comprehend that.
You and those like you do not own this country and never will. Minorities will continue to expand, everywhere whether you like it or not. So if the thought continues to disgust you - then move bigot.
Nothing racist about it. It's black people like those who create problems in sicklerville who give all african americans a bad name. They are the real n's as you put it! I mean that in its real definition, not the racist one.
Halil

Coatesville, PA

#7 Oct 22, 2006
Victoria wrote:
Response to Mike - Williamstown on June 10, 2006.
Mike, why don't you say what you really mean. Your true question is, how are these "N"s affording these homes, isn't it? The answer is - work!!
Try stepping out of your racist existance and perhaps in your small brain will be able to comprehend that.
You and those like you do not own this country and never will. Minorities will continue to expand, everywhere whether you like it or not. So if the thought continues to disgust you - then move bigot.
You have a lot of nerve saying what you said.

Last night I was robbed in Manor Hall at gunpoint in my taxi. I was with my wife, I was going to drop her off at my sister and brother in laws house in Erial. I got a call for a pickup and figured since I was close by where this person was, I would make this quick drive. This black male decided to robb me at gunpoint with my wife in the car. Never again will I ever pick up another black male customer because this is the THIRD time I was robbed around there by a black male. My wife is very shooken up about this. Black people like this give good black people a bad rap! That whole area has a bad rap because these parents cant keep these kids in line. So all you people that come from camden into our neigborhoods, thanks for runing our lives. I think that our government needs to pass a law prohibiting these Camden animals from moving out of the city into nice neigborhoods. Im sure many local residents will vote for this.
Mike

Cherry Hill, NJ

#8 Feb 11, 2007
Theres a war going on in this country. Ever since the race riots of the late 1960's. Most American cities fell, and now they look like they were bombed out. Camden is the worst and is like Baghdad. You might as well send in the marines.
stop being racists

Indianapolis, IN

#9 May 5, 2007
okay first of all you all need to stop with the racists comments . i was use to live in sicklerville and yes i attended school there . its really funny how you can blame the schools conditions on the childrend when the teachers and most of the staff there don't give a shit . and as far as us being able to afford living there your damn right .now instead of criticizing your community you might try and help it. if it were a white community im sure more of you would be involved with more concerns instead of racism . and you are all so little minded i mean if you are racists then you automatically think that all blacks are suppose to behave that way.
and that comment made about those kids in trench coats .. no they weren't made fun of they had mental issues that anyone with half of a brain would be able to recognize . ive known one of them since the fifth grade and he fits the profile of a nut case . but i guess to you since he is white then its except able right ?? well ill tell you what no black student was involved in that issue . as a matter of fact most of those issues that occurred in many other schools didn't involve black students either .and the majority of the students from those school were white . but i guess you dont want to blame the white children at those schools but its so easy for you to blame the black ones at winslow . bottom line if your not willing to help then shut up because its people like you who make black people despise whites , thats why halil got robed at gun point . so there you have it !!
anonymous

Philadelphia, PA

#10 May 17, 2007
lets face it, not the atco and waterford kids are out of winslow high school that school has gone to even more sh*t than it was before. i mean i know it was bad when it was edgewood, but woo look at it now. i know teachers that agree with me. i went to winslow up to my sophmore year. i graduated from hammonton in 04. i remember that school was disgusting those kids were animals. it was a complete culture shock.
annonomous

Goose Creek, SC

#11 Oct 2, 2007
I attended a few different highschools in NJ and yes they were all different but kids are kids and the surrounding area is what causes the issues. i attended pemberton high which at one time when my older sibliings attended it was horrible girls raped in the bathrooms bomb threats everyday.. but by the time i attended it wasnt like that anymore and yes minority of the kids were and still are black now it is a wonderful school with caring staff.. My best highschool days were there. so the whole racism thing is just not right. it has to do with how the kids are being raised, and how they are taught to handel problems and situations. I then moved to Hammonton and had a difficut time mainly b/c i did not grow up in the town and wasnt related to anyone. I then dropped out my JR year very eaarly the first month or so due to personal prolems. I then later in the year about february signed into Winslow or edgewood which ever you perfer to call it. It was the worst experiene ever. they not only let me ontinue with missing a marking pd and a half just tried to get my attendence to give me a piece of paper.. i dropped out again with in a month so many kids are out of control i think the teachers gave up caring i watched one teacher in one class sit down and say im not teahing till you choose to quiet up and listen and he sat there the whole time and i felt bad and was mostly digusted because i wanted to learn which im sure a few other students wanted to too. I also knew a few of thos "trench coat kids" and they were the nicest people but had there own roblems and didnt know how to deal with it, i was a good friend among alot bc i listened. Thats part of the issue nowadays.. people ont listen and guide enough... color, hobbies, etc have nothing to do with the issues there.
none

Montréal, Canada

#12 Oct 10, 2007
Are there certain areas of sicklerville that are bad or is it everywhere? I'm a single male looking to move into Wilton's corner. Is it not safe to go shopping at the shop-rite on berlin-cross key road? Just trying to get a feel for the area. Can any of you give me more info on what it's really like?
Raheem

Walled Lake, MI

#13 Oct 22, 2007
My wife, my 3 kids and I just moved to wiltons corner 4 months ago, and I am totally disgusted by the white trash that live in here, as of yesterday my home is up for sale, I can't live in a neighborhood of scumbags, 15 year olds selling drugs on the corners, i can't take it no longer
Raheem

Walled Lake, MI

#14 Oct 22, 2007
My family and i probably will be moving back to medford
medford

Redkey, IN

#15 Oct 30, 2007
Raheem wrote:
My family and i probably will be moving back to medford
I found your comment kind of funny. We lived in Medford for 17 years. Raised our kids there who were almost 10 years apart. I volunteered and worked in the schools there . I do remember the fights (and the kids were all white). Recall the one boy who planted a bomb in a locker in the highschool, which brought alot out in the open. The policy was ,"not on the school grounds".So as a result, horrible fights occurred after the kids were dropped off home by the buses.Gangs of GIRLS would drive up and beat others to a pulp.As far as the lunchroom ,fights happened there and when students sought help from the teachers ,the teachers walked out in the hall so s not to get involved.( btw the boy who planted the bomb was picked on in the lunchroom for years.drinks dumped on his head etc.He was a brilliant student) Going back several decades, it was understood in the ER in Martlton that when an attempted teen suicide showed up and they were from Medford, the reporters were not to know. Raheem it was and is about IMAGE to keep the property values up. If you do not mind paying exhorbident property taxes, which equate to another mortgage, go back to Medford.But know this...The drugs are there too ,along with gambling and house trash parties, it is just not reported on.... image you know
Mrs Thang

Jacksonville, FL

#16 Nov 7, 2007
So I guess you all agree that Wilton's Corner isn't as nice as it appears. I was looking to relocate into Sicklerville but after reading these post I think I'll do some further research of the area first.
Val Traore

Pennsauken, NJ

#17 Nov 12, 2007
We've lived in Wiltons Corner for almost 3 years and we are quite happy. As executive director of the Food Bank of South Jersey, a nonprofti anti-hunger organization, I'm very familiar with poverty and crime in southern Jersey. Sicklerville has its problems yes and Wilton's Corner is having its problems as homeowners looking for quick sale are now renting their homes which opens the community to transients - people who are not neccessarily looking to plant roots in a community. I think this group, white and black bring a different element to a community. But overall, it is still a great safe and beautiful community of hardworking people who value their properties and respect their neighbors. Kids, not matter what color or socio-economic group will be kids. The hormones are racing and the energy is high. This scares people for sure because some times that energy gets translated in unacceptable behavior and fatal consequences. Running is not the answer, staying engaged and finding solutions is. If there is more of us that want the right things done and less of them that want to tear it down, then we already have the advantage. And I agree with the last post about image. It is, the media has a dangerous control over the general public. They can spin a story to make you think we live in Bagdad when the reality is that one or two incidents now become a trend that have folks scared out their wits. Sometimes the media just go too far. So, Mrs. Thang come to Wiltons Corner, it is a beautiful community. I'd be more than happy to show you around.
Mrs Thang

Jacksonville, FL

#18 Nov 12, 2007
Thank you Val my husband and I have been visiting the area and agree that it seems to be a great place. We know that nothing is perfect but I do fine that at Wilton's Corner the people do have pride of where they live and that's what we are looking for in our home and surroundings. We'll looking to break ground early next year and I thank you Val and appreciate your offer to show us the area; I'll post when I'll take you up on that offer.
Jessica M Clemmons

Trenton, NJ

#19 Dec 21, 2007
I believe that you all need assistance. God . So pray. People are people no matter if they migrate from Camden or North Jersey. It is the way in which you take care of your home. I hate to say there are white folks in Cherry Hill who don't mow their lawns. When it comes to the way in which you live- that is colorless. So please get over yourselves.
NuttyBuddy

Langhorne, PA

#20 Dec 25, 2007
I recently purchased my first home. It is in Sicklerville, in Manor Hall. I am caucasian. This is the amount of mortgage I was approved for and it seemed better to pay $826 to own a 3 bedroom house than $1100 to rent a 2 bedroom apartment.

I have had no problems here and my neighbors are nice enough. Aside from the fact that the person who sold this house to me covered up some bad problems with the property itself, I am not unhappy with the purchase I made.

In fact, if I was ever lucky enough to win money on the lottery, I would pay my house off in cash and completely remodel the inside.

I like it here.

As I was taught, and as I taught my daughter...people are people, we were all made the same way. You become the person you are based on the choices you make and you should not judge anyone based on anything.

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