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Have faith, then belief, then know that this will eventually work out much better for all of us! (smile)....and that the evil ones will be clearly evident and thus, eventually be gone for good.  Saying it will make it so. Its already happened in Iceland, Ireland, Argentina, Hungary, and now these countries are at various stages of recovery.

Vatic Note:  We did some blogs a year or so ago, about how Denver is designated as the White House for the New World Order once its finalized.  We covered  how the royalty of Europe has bought up all the property around the airport and we were speculating as to why, what is happening that such a change would have to take place?

I believe the blog in question was about the CIA moving their headquarters from Virginia to Denver and we showed the moving vans in progress of the move.  We also discussed about the occult and the dark images and satanic images at the underground of that airport.   So why, if Bloomberg is part of the cabal, is he saying these things?   Is it to try and manipulate people into thinking Colorado is a backward, rural place that no  one of any worth would dehn to visit?

Or is there a fight going on between the khazars (Bloomberg taking the lead) and the nazis'? Or is it just another distraction?  I think its more since it took me all day to get this up.  That is how bad it was trying.   Maybe they are considering Bloomberg for Dem nomination for Pres for 2016, since Hillary Clinton would lose for sure to whoever, the bankers select for the GOP slot, since they control both parties, so no losers for them, unless we get a backbone and all of us, both left and right vote libertarian or independant. 

Maybe someone has some other ideas about why this is out there at a national level?

Bloomberg Calls Colorado a “Rural and Roadless” Backwater for Challenging Gun Control
by Michael Krieger | Liberty Blitzkrieg,  

I’ve noticed a bizarre trend this year. Northeast establishment politicians attacking the state of Colorado for its own internal decisions. In many ways this makes sense. Having lived in New York City most of my life, I know full well it is not the liberal haven it claims to be. Rather, over the past decade or so it has become a statist, oligarch-coddling, bankster hideout. My adopted state of Colorado is a libertarian paradise by comparison.

There may be a bit of envy or fear at play here, considering that a so-called “flyover” state has led the nation in the civil rights issue of marijuana legalization. While the coasts love to think of themselves as superior, they continue to foolishly imprison people for puffing on a benign plant.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie  characterized this backwards, ignorant attitude earlier this year perfectly when he foolishly criticized Colorado’s “quality of life,” which is without question amongst the best in the nation.

I tore him apart in my piece: How Marijuana Legalization in America is Destroying Mexican Drug Cartel Business. (VN: the Bush  Mexican drug cartel business and that afects the income for black ops.  So you can see why "Bloomberg", a dual Israeli khazar Zionist is upset.  I can only imagine what the Bush cabal has to say about it, since they are on the losing end of the revenues from drug running with the legalization of Mary Jane.  You can tell what era I am from with the use of that name. LOL)

Moving along to today’s story, the man who puts his foot in his mouth more than pretty much anyone else, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, called Colorado “rural” and “roadless” in a recent Rolling Stone article (which has since been pulled, but is supposed to be back up Monday) for the backlash against his gun control agenda from parts of the state.

In case you are unaware of the issue, I covered it last year in the post: NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg Spends $350,000 in a Failed Attempt to Sway Colorado Politics. It’s not the only time Colorado voters have rejected a Nanny Bloomberg intervention, which is perhaps why he harbors such bitterness toward the state. For example, last November: Colorado Rejects State Tax Increase Supported by Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
As usual, Bloomberg throws a hissy fit when he doesn’t get his way. We learn from FOX31 Denver that:

DENVER — Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is popping off about Colorado in a new Rolling Stone interview and Republicans here, who have been blasting Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper for taking cues from Bloomberg on the state’s new gun laws, couldn’t be happier about it.

Asked about three Colorado Democrats being forced out of office by a recall movement that arose last summer after the legislature’s passage of laws expanding background checks and banning magazines of more than 15 rounds, legislation Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns lobbied hard for, the former mayor said this:

“The NRA went after two or three state Senators in a part of Colorado where I don’t think there’s roads. It’s as far rural as you can get. And, yes, they lost recall elections. I’m sorry for that. We tried to help ‘em. But the bottom line is, the law is on the books, and being enforced. You can get depressed about the progress, but on the other hand, you’re saving a lot of lives.”

The successful recalls last September occurred in Colorado Springs, the state’s second largest city, and Pueblo, its seventh largest.
First of all, Colorado Springs has a population of 430,000. Secondly, I have been to Colorado Springs and it makes most areas of New York City look like a third-world ghetto by comparison. Remember, this guy was considered a Presidential candidate. FOX31 Denver continues:

“Just for the record, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Jefferson County all have roads. I just traveled them,” said Bob Beauprez, Hickenlooper’s GOP challenger. “Michael Bloomberg’s infuriatingly ignorant remarks show how far removed he is from Colorado, and how wrong John Hickenlooper was to let Bloomberg force his radical agenda on Colorado.

“It’s astonishing that Gov. Hickenlooper would discuss important legislation with Mayor Bloomberg, who obviously doesn’t respect or understand the people of our great state, but refused to speak to Colorado sheriffs.  No wonder the governor lied to our state’s sheriffs, instead of admitting that he spoke to Mayor Bloomberg on multiple occasions.”
Now for the quote of the year:

“Not since New Jersey Governor Chris Christie attacked Colorado’s way of life has an east coaster gotten us so wrong,” said Udall spokesman James Owens. “Christie and Bloomberg should stick to what they know best: traffic jams and tiny sodas.
I would add: Financial theft, Oligarchs and Bailouts.
They hate us for our freedoms.
Except this time, it’s actually true.

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