Mike Bloomberg is working hard to try to prove to the Global Elite that despite being a Jew in a Racist country like America, that he can be their Centrist "Rothschilds Choice" President in the future.
Will America get past his Race and allow this Control Freak Nazi, and Sin Manager to become President in 2016? We have a bet here on Race Lies that a Mexican (a Female at that) will get elected before a Jew in such a Racist anti-Jewish country, but with this fastly changing country you never know anymore.
Jew or no Jew, the problem we have with Mike Bloomberg despite his ability to push NYC above this depression is his allowance of Racist Fascist cops to rule the streets in NYC and oppress Blacks, as well as the many recent incidents where the Antichrist NYPD has killed Christians "mistakenly" like the Black Pastor who was purposely ran over by a squad car. He's also vehemently Anti Gun as well, authoring a proposed blueprint for a total Federal Gun Grab. Mike Bloomberg is also a CFR member, and you can not be a President of this Country without being a CFR member.
This Corporatist Billionaire being groomed for the White House must be watched.
At least he has the balls to say that there will be Riots if conditions don't improve for Americans.
Mike Bloomberg: Corporatist Billionaire goes for Smoke Grab- Guns Next.
Yahoo News- The Upshot
New York City residents who are still smokers are an unloved bunch in the Big Apple. Mayor Michael Bloomberg has made it his mission to ban cigarettes from public places, including restaurants, bars, parks, beaches, and even Times Square. And if hizzoner has his way, apartments will be his next smoke-free target.
To be clear, the rule introduced to the City Council doesn't ban smoking in residential buildings; it would simply require that housing have written rules.
According to the Wall Street Journal, "Bloomberg is proposing new legislation that would require residential buildings to develop written policies that address whether smoking is permitted in both indoor and outdoor locations, including lobbies, balconies, courtyards, laundry rooms and, most controversially, individual apartments. The goal is to alert prospective tenants and owners considering moving into a building about the rules governing smoking."
Of course, New Yorkers know the bigger worry from fellow smoking residents isn't second-hand smoke — it's a fire in the building.
Bloomberg gave his assurance in a press conference that he has no intention of an outright ban, saying, "We're not trying to ban anything. I've always believed, as you know, that if you want to smoke I think you should have a right to do so. But it kills you."
The mayor certainly puts his money where his beliefs are. He has spent $600 million of his own fortune to end smoking around the globe.