Letters to the Editor – April 2, 2022

The Problem: Father and son pizzeria owners stabbed to death while defending a robbery victim.

Kudos to pizzeria owners Cazim Suljovic and son Louie for their fearless actions against the two pieces of trash who tried to rob a woman outside their eatery (“Stabbed father and son Samaritans: don’t protect yourself, Poles!” March 31).

It was dangerous, but heroic nonetheless, and I wholeheartedly agree with son Louie who said, “People have to protect themselves because the government won’t.” Truer words have never been spoken.

Maybe when the “reformers” see that the public is fed up with this stupid stupidity – and the bad guys get done – things could change in Dodge City.

Ralph Manente

It’s evident that this dad and son do a lot more than just serve pizzas to their Queens community.

Watching passively as this elderly female victim was robbed and simply calling 911 was not an option.

I pray they recover and when they reopen their salon the locals should be outside for a warm welcome back and fresh pizza.

Joe Salvatore
blue dot

Cazim and Louie Suljovic are heroes for helping an elderly lady who was robbed and assaulted by these criminals.

You couldn’t ask for better citizens in our town than Cazim and Louie. Her own life was in danger because these vile robbers had guns and Cazim and Louie were stabbed by them.

It shows you that we need more police out there to do what they’re trained to do – and that is protect the people of our city.

How many more times will ordinary citizens have to take the law into their own hands and help their fellow New Yorkers?

Enough is enough. It is up to the mayor to ensure that people enjoy the greatest possible protection.

Rob John
wooden port

A shopkeeper and his son were stabbed while trying to stop a robbery. Two of the three perpetrators were arrested. They also allegedly beat, stabbed and robbed a man last Monday, and the week before they robbed an elderly woman for $2,500.

I truly believe that the Democrats will all be in trouble when the next election comes around. People will not forget what they did to our city.

Kim Cody
white stone

The subject: Karol Markowicz’s column on Disney’s plan to add queerness to its program.

Karol Markowicz is done with Disney, and so am I (“Bye Disney.” Post Opinion, March 31).

I’m not going to Disney to have them educate my kids about their gender identity. I take them on vacations to give them a good time and introduce them to some imaginary images.

Disney’s management has decided that my children are truly their children, and they will initiate them into the latest left-wing fad that our increasingly bizarre culture has conjured up.

So a 3-year-old is told that he or she can choose which gender they are connected to.

At Disney, the crazies are now running the facility, and the confused and insane are now taking responsibility for raising our children.

Steve Heitner
middle island

I agree with Karol Markowicz. Goodbye Disney!

The awakened methods of the left have become increasingly vicious, ruthless and brazen.

Their mantra: “Whose mind is theirs, owns the future.” Walt Disney is certainly turning in his grave.

Kevin Hefferman
New Fairfield, Conn.

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