In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and its destruction of Manhattan Beach and Southern Brooklyn’s waterfront, some frustrated residents are taking to graffiti vandalism to air their frustrations.
We’ve heard a lot about how FEMA and Red Cross (not to mention the media) seem to be absent from Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods. I don’t know if this is a misplaced protest of that, or an act of overt racism as the submitter, Diane A., seems to think. She writes:
“It’s at the end of Coleridge St at the house of the people’s whose yard is now the esplanade … for someone to actually spend their time doing this in the last few days, is appalling. I’m sure there was something much more useful this asshole could have done for 20 minutes.”
The jury’s still out on the vandal’s intentions, but, one thing’s for sure: it ain’t helpful.