Another Day, Another Temper Tantrum From Mayor Bloomberg

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Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

It is just incredible how quick NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is to throw a temper tantrum whenever anyone dares question his crusade to rid the nation of its remaining civil liberties.  In this case, his targets are those that criticize his feudalistic and extraordinarily racist “stop and frisk policy,” which I highlighted last October in my post: The Hunted and the Hated: An Inside Look at the NYPD’s Stop-and-Frisk Policy.

So now that the policy is being questioned in court, Bloomberg has once again transitioned into his usual role as a petulant child.  Scott Shackford at did a great job covering his latest nonsensical outburst.  First he quotes the New York Times:

Speaking at Police Headquarters, Mr. Bloomberg took a swipe at those suing the department in Federal District Court in Manhattan over the stop -and-frisk practices, but he saved his strongest words for legislators and mayoral candidates “playing politics with people’s lives.”


“Look at what’s happened in Boston,” Mr. Bloomberg said. “Remember what happened here on 9/11. Remember all of those who’ve been killed by gun violence and the families they left behind.”

Remember Boston!  Remember 9/11!  This guy has zero shame.  All he does is immediately exploit national tragedies to advance his surveillance state agenda.

Scott then goes on to write:

In an amazing, balls-out move prompting comparisons to Kanye West, Bloomberg argued that opponents of the stop-and-frisk policy are the ones who are racist, not the authorities manhandling any minority they stumble across. He accused the New York Times of ignoring the shooting death of a young minority, something it wouldn’t have done were the teen white. Adam Serwer of Mother Jones makes note of the amazing gall of the man:


There are 11 plaintiffs in the stop and frisk case currently on trial in federal district court, none of whom are white. According to Bloomberg, if minorities don’t want to their freedom of movement restricted because of their skin color, it’s just because they’re racist…against themselves. A New York Times spokeswoman told Politico that Bloomberg’s criticism of the paper was “absurd.”

This guy is out of his mind and out of control.  Term limits were created for people like him.

Full article here.

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Salah's picture

NYC is like the Biblical "Whore of Babylon" in that it has the very most to lose when the whole scheme unravels.  It'll be filled with the worst menagerie of malcontents from the world over, when this shit-bubble (they created) finally pops.

If you live there, you'd damn well better have a bug-out plan, prepped and ready.

zerozulu's picture

He will not be in peace until he converts NYC in to a  Jewistan.

The Juggernaut's picture

"I want this country to realize that we stand on the edge of oblivion. I want everyone to remember why they need us!"  - High Chancellor Adam Sutler, V For Vendetta

hedgeless_horseman's picture



Mayor Fuquaad: Mirror, mirror, on the wall, is New York City not the most perfect kingdom of them all?
Magic Mirror: Well, technically, you're not a king.
Mayor Fuquaad: Ah, Commissioner?
[Police Commissioner Kelly smashes a small looking glass]
Mayor Fuquaad: You were saying?
Magic Mirror: [nervous] Er, I mean you're not a king YET! But you can become one! All you have to do is control all financial and political information...
Mayor Fuquaad: Go on...

fourchan's picture

no offence to gays but, bloomberg is a fucking faggot.

Randall Cabot's picture

Bloomberg has previously been accused of sexually harassing women under his employment, which he has denied. In 1997 a former Bloomberg L.P. employee filed a lawsuit accusing Bloomberg of having responded to her announcement to him that she was pregnant in 1995 by saying, "Kill it!"


Iocosus's picture

"look at the ass on that one...."

smlbizman's picture

they did have term limits...adolf bloomberg changed them as soon as he assumed dictatorship

DeadFred's picture

Give the guy a break! Reptilian symbionts tend to go through a molting period during the middle of spring and it causes our world leaders to get cranky. Haven't ever wondered why "sell in May" came about?

Race Car Driver's picture

> no offence to gays...


Oh, no! Don't offend the queers!

I junked ya for bein' PC.

SamAdams's picture

that's too bad.  you didn't get it.  trust me, it was funny... 

Chupacabra-322's picture

I see into Bloomberg's future and it plays out exactly like the following:

On 29 April 1945, the bodies of Mussolini, Petacci, and the other executed Fascists were loaded into a moving van and trucked south to Milan. There, at 3:00 am, they were dumped on the ground in the old Piazzale Loreto. The piazza had been renamed "Piazza Quindici Martiri" in honor of 15 anti-Fascists recently executed there.[122]

After being shot, kicked, and spat upon, the bodies were hung upside down on meathooks from the roof of an Esso gas station. The bodies were then stoned by civilians from below. This was done both to discourage any Fascists from continuing the fight and as an act of revenge for the hanging of many partisans in the same place by Axis authorities. The corpse of the deposed leader became subject to ridicule and abuse. Fascist loyalist Achille Starace was captured and sentenced to death and then taken to the Piazzale Loreto and shown the body of Mussolini. Starace, who once said of Mussolini "He is a god,"[123] saluted what was left of his leader just before he was shot. The body of Starace was subsequently strung up next to the body of Mussolini.


redpill's picture

Why do NYers keep voting for this fascist?

ServingMyKing's picture

Do they actually count votes in NYC?

Unprepared's picture

Yep, that's how the votes are counted. Favorable votes are duplicated.

onewayticket2's picture

good question.....i think the only alternative was a committed marxist....

Colonel Klink's picture

Because those that elect him are of the same persuasion.

Big Corked Boots's picture

Right. People from outside of the NY area cannot imagine the average NYC denizen's personality... they are driven by greed, hypocrisy, hatred, fanaticism, narcissism, and privilege. If someone dropped truth serum in the Croton Reservoir, you could interview the average New Yorker about stop-and-frisk and he would be perfectly OK with it because they fully expect it not to apply to them.

Great Whore(s) of Babylon, indeed. 

Iocosus's picture

The USA is the Whore of Babylon.

I live in NYC, and on the weekends escape when I can. Walking the streets, I can literally taste the repulsion observing the haughty, unpleasant masses carelessly traversing the disgusting sidewalks stained with gum, litter, and urine, lattes in hand, journeying to nowhere special, but deluded with purpose, amid a forest of ghastly edifices permitting the sun to work part time only, the sounds of birds muted by the endless chorus of taxi cabs beeping their way another inch. This is a district of hell and rarely does any good here take place.

prains's picture

do you ask yourself on monday "why did i come back?"

Buckaroo Banzai's picture

USA? No, it's the London-NYC axis that is the Whore of Babylon.

The USA is splitting into two parts: the part that serves the Whore, and the part that opposes it.

JimBowie1958's picture

Hey! Why do you leave out Chicago, LA and Boston too? they are part of the Babylonian Axis of Whoredom as well.

Magically Delicious's picture

I think DC and most of central Maryland would also qualify.

angel_of_joy's picture

People tend to vote a character with whom they "feel" more comfortable.

Their elected representatives also reflect the level of maturity in a the society at large...

Freewheelin Franklin's picture

Why do NYers keep voting for this fascist?


Why isn't he at the bottom of the East River?

TheGardener's picture

"Why do NYers keep voting for this fascist?"

Maybe because he offers the real thing?

Italians glamored the term with style and an Austrian
had a go at it in Germany but was persecuted internationally
for copyright infringement .

TheMeatTrapper's picture

Why do NYers keep voting for this fascist?

Because most urban Americans would rather have the government be responsible for them than shoulder that responsibility themselves. They want the nanny state. They cannot survive without the nanny state.

Harbanger's picture

You also have to consider the changing demographics.  At one time there was more balance, but in the past 10-20 years NYC was overtaken by west coast locusts and other urban libs that destroyed their former lands.  Btw- posting in italics shuts off your vote meter.

CustomersMan's picture

Why Bloomberg is potentially more Dangerous than he appears:


Not saying he is not the legit Mayor of NYC, but after all it's headquarters for Jewish Power in the U.S. and he is Jewish, and he's the central figure on disseminating info on Wall Street, and Mayor, similar to the Mayor of London and I'm sure connected there also.

Who says the voting for Bloomberg or the polls showing his popularity is/was legit? With electronic voting, control of the media, control of the polling companies, and the power he has over info flows, it's possible he never had the votes needed, the polls said he was in front, the machines said he won, the media confirms it, says everything was fair.

Who would ever know, if it were a close race?

But if anyone could rig a vote, and get away with it, he would be among the top ten in the U.S. at least.

No one in the U.S. (that I know of) has more capability in gathering, deconstructing, re-constructing, presenting, then displaying valuable "financial Information" in real-time than Bloomberg. He is the "Master" and has been for 40 years or more. that is a real accomplishment. In turn you might ask, what else could this massive capability, mastery, specialized skills-set, be used for? What nefarious purposes if someone was so inclined?

When you have his type of "Tribal Connections" power, money, media, overseas support, and control of the private company "Bloomberg" with very sophisticated info flows , analysis, distribution, which Wall Street relies on, then almost anything is possible, and we would almost never know the truth. And even if he were just a genius with pure intentions, he would still be approached by fellow tribe members who would seek to use his power and assets for nefarious goals. I have NO doubt he has been sought after for the ability to give insiders the "informational" edge on financial disclosure, when Milli-seconds count and ten of billions are at stake, it would be naive to believe otherwise.

Dyhana's picture

AND it was Bloomberg who extended the mayoral term limits so he could run for a third term. Can't stand the guy and I am surprised no one has taken him down yet. He wants gun control so nobody does that very thing.

mkkby's picture

I'm sorry to be such a racist asshole for believing in the Constitution.  Thanks Blooney for showing me my error.

I also never realized NY voters must be the dumbest sheeple in the universe.  Does anyone really vote for this fucktard?  How much more negative attention can he get for himself?


SamAdams's picture

Careful!  Most people who claim to be Jewish are no more monster than you or I.  But, I do understand your prejudice.  You have to come to your bias based on observations of those visilbe at the seat of corruption.  At least this shows you are thinking for yourself, even if you are not quite right.

Ironically, the American indoctrination process teaches prejudice against mexicans, blacks, asians and muslims, BUT never Jews.  This is not accidental, as the money creators are Jewish (Talmudic style) who control USrael education and the ADL.

Anyway, be smart, be compassionate, be understanding.  Most people, regardless of race, just want to raise their family and be happy.  This includes most Jews.

Smiddywesson's picture

Well said.  The sociopaths at the top would like nothing better than to further enslave their fellow Jew.  This isn't about race or religion, it's a chummy little club called Power and their thirst for it is greatest when it is close to hand. 

Slavery is an equal opportunity employer.

Harbanger's picture

I disagree, the American indoctrination process is cloaked in political correctness. It's taught in the public schools and reinforced by the MSM. Everyone on your list belongs to a special interest group created by the progressives.  We lost our common identity of simply being Americans.  The only truly unprotected group is the white Christian heterosexual married male.

IdiocracyIsAlreadyHere's picture

Serious down vote.  White Christian heterosexual males are perscucted?  I am not prejudiced against anybody b/c of race, religion or gender but it makes me sick that morons like you confuse "not getting things my way anymore" with "persecution".  Grow the hell up.

Harbanger's picture

Who said persecuted? I said unprotected group. Not getting things your own way anymore implies your are getting something for free or undeserved. Who's getting something for free? All I meant was that having laws that separate us by groups means we're not all equal. Understand? there is no equality.  Somewhere along the line, they took took the blinds off of Lady Justice. Some well intentioned people like youself thought that the state could impose fairness by not treating everyone equally. that's all. Grow up and wake, the whole central planning experiment is falling apart under your nose.

IridiumRebel's picture

I'm moving. I'm not stupid. All you have to do is see traffic on the CBX on any eve and you will quickly figure that will die there.

Gene8696's picture

Texas - fewer rules, more guns, no state income taxes, high employment, affordable housing, earlier (longer) bikini season.

Freewheelin Franklin's picture

You sold me on the bikini season. Where do I sign up?

tenpanhandle's picture

warning! texas, they don't like guys in bikinis.

JimBowie1958's picture

Except in Austin, which isnt really part of Texas; its more like a colony of Yankees running a colonial regime when the people arent looking.

But they are usually looking; cant win them all.

Dyhana's picture

yeah, Austin isn't as much fun as it used to be. not to mention the huge influx of Californians.

Temporalist's picture

Drought, heat waves, tornados, hurricanes, illegal immigrant gang violence, mega-churches, mega-church-going fanatics, hypocrites, fatties.