Bloomberg: Complete list of everything he banned in NYC.


Bloomberg is one very dangerous fellow. It is amazing that while the democrats continue to gnash their teeth and wring their hands concerning how dangerous and out of control Trump is, much worse are the candidates that they are lining up for the next election.

Here is fodder for anyone who thinks Bloomberg would be less authoritarian than Sanders.  I will add a couple of my past posts that I found were most egregious.

To remember him properly, here’s a list of everything Bloomberg banned during his time in office.


* Overruled/appealed ban
** Suggested/voluntary ban
*** Proposed/pending ban

From Gizmodo

Here are some of my oldie moldies that I posted back in the day.

Another Bloomberg special project of Bloomberg was to infiltrate State AG’s offices to additionally move his agenda forward.

Bloomberg – AG Ellison Minnesota corruption scandal

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg and other activist donors are paying for their own attorneys to work inside state attorney general offices and governor’s offices.

How does one “hire” someone if that “someone” is being paid for by someone else? How about “plant” someone inside an office? What is even worse, that plant is inside an Attorney General’s office? That person planting is none other than former Mayor Bloomberg and this is not the first office he has done this with. The purpose? To carry out Bloomberg’s agenda via State AG offices.

Now back to NYC:

Bloomberg: ‘I am going to slow down the elevator’

As part of his ongoing campaign to transform New York City into what he calls “Fit City,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg is promoting “active design” for low-income housing developments being built there, including plans to prompt residents to use the stairs and rooftop gardens for growing “healthy” foods.

In 2010, the Bloomberg Administration and other public and private sector groups issued the “Active Design Guidelines,” which promotes car-free neighborhoods, encourages “physical movement” inside buildings and “improves access to nutritious food.”

In March, the 124-unit, $37.7 million Arbor House was opened in the Bronx, according to a July 31 Newsday report. Check out the full story if you want to be outraged.

“One witty slogan posted on a staircase door reads: ‘If your dog is fat, you’re not getting enough exercise,’” the Newsday article stated.

The Arbor also features a 10,000 square foot, rooftop hydroponic garden where vegetables will be grown, the article stated.

Bloomberg denies food donations to the poor

Everything must be controlled or doled out by the State, peons! Food, soda, using the stairs instead of the elevator, what will Nanny not try to control?  Better to let the poor starve.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s food police have struck again!

Outlawed are food donations to homeless shelters because the city can’t assess their salt, fat and fiber content, reports CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer.

Glenn Richter arrived at a West Side synagogue on Monday to collect surplus bagels — fresh nutritious bagels — to donate to the poor. However, under a new edict from Bloomberg’s food police he can no longer donate the food to city homeless shelters.

It’s the “no bagels for you” edict.

Bloomberg to restrict Pain Killers at Hospitals

If a non-physician can dictate the amount of pain medication one can receive, just think what we have in store for gun control, Obamacare, any of our freedoms. So I give you Mr. Bloomberg, who heralded the banished Big Gulp, now moving on to pain medication.

“The city hospitals we control,” he said Friday in
response to critics, “so … we’re going to do it and we’re urging all of
the other hospitals to do it, voluntary guidelines.

Much better to ban medicine. Besides, where’s the fun of electing a liberal mayor if you can’t leave sick people writhing in agony? Soda Head

Mayor Michael Bloomberg is a total control freak. NYT reports:

Some of the most common and most powerful prescription painkillers on the market will be restricted sharply in the emergency rooms at New York City’s 11 public hospitals, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said Thursday in an effort to crack down on what he called a citywide and national epidemic of prescription drug abuse.

Bloomberg and the Feds:10G bounty to ban cigs in our apartment

The city is recruiting foot soldiers for a stealth war against smoking cigarettes in your apartment, planning documents obtained by The Post reveal.

Community groups are being asked to convince tenants and property managers to turn their private buildings into butt-free abodes — the latest front in the Health Department and Mayor Bloomberg’s anti-smoking crusade, according to a recently released “request for proposal” document.

Released by the Health Department’s nonprofit arm, Partnership for a Healthier New York City, the document solicits “neighborhood contractors” to “support and advance” its agenda in four separate areas of concern: tobacco, alcohol, exercise and diet.Full story at NY Post

For their efforts, a community group will collect a $10,000 bounty — paid for out of a Centers for Disease Control grant.
That’s it for today. Other than that all is well in the swamp.
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30 Responses to “Bloomberg: Complete list of everything he banned in NYC.”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    That’s quite a list isn’t it?! This man is dangerous and the Democrats are trying to portray him as the sane option of the bunch. They are trying to sneak this guy by everybody but I don’t think people are going to fall for it.

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  2. Adrienne Says:

    The rent at Arbor House is waaaaay below anything you can rent in Post Falls, ID. It’s also way nicer. Pays to be poor I guess.

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  3. geeez2014 Says:

    Apparently, he banned baby formula so more mothers had to breast feed, like it or not. And, I’m wondering if he thinks of the older folks when he insists people must walk up the stairs to their apts? I can’t address this stuff; you’d kick me off your blog forever for HORRIBLY bad language 🙂 !!!

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  4. Mustang Says:

    You know, if people really were concerned about the health of the planet, genuinely worried about global warming and climate change, with all we know about it, and were truly dedicated to doing something about it, then they would be forcefully demanding the end to all our major cities, for it is these structures that have contributed most to the problem. The amount of solar-generated heat retained within cities, concrete structures, blacktopped roads and highways, all the exhaust created to build and maintain them, and the amount of CO2 created within cities where tens of millions of people congregate every day … well, that’s the problem. So, to make a much-needed correction to man-caused global warming, we must dismantle these cities and demand a diaspora of citizens elsewhere. Short of that, there will be no fix to the problem. Plus, without cities, there will be no need for mayors of cities.

    I’m not holding my breath. Here’s what I find amazing. What the Moslem horde wants to accomplish with the scimitar, people like Bloomberg (including Clinton, Obama, Kerry, Schumer, and a host of nut-jobs in the House) want to achieve with laws and regulations. I see no substantial differences between Bloomberg and Saddam Hussein. What they want is power over everyone else. They can mask it any way they wish, but it still comes down to removing individual liberty and replacing it with the prerogatives of government. Screw Bloomberg and anyone and everyone who thinks like he does. I’m not impressed with his gazillions, not impressed with his IQ, and not impressed with his lack of charisma or leadership ability. In fact, the only reason anyone with a modicum of common sense would follow Bloomberg ( for more than a few blocks is idle curiosity. The world has seen enough of these monsters.

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  5. peter3nj Says:

    While we gaze upon his Hitleresque pose above note that he didn’t ban elevator shoes for men
    CALTO – G1201 – 3 Inches Taller (Black) Height Increasing Elevator Shoes”/>

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Leave it to you Peter to bring a smile… amazing… 🙂 thanks.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Adrienne Says:

      I would not trade being 5’2″ tall for anything in the world. Short people move like the wind, think faster, and have Ninja skills with their tiny little hands. We can bob and weave through throngs of people while the tall peeps are in gridlock. When young the short lady types could date the tall dudes and the short dudes. And guess what else? Tall people are our slaves. Any time I can’t reach something in the store I cast about for a tall person (who are always called “tall person”) to come and fetch. We’re like cats living in a dog’s world. Yes, indeed – short peeps rule!

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Sounds like you have a lot in common with you know who……seriously, to be happy with oneself is about as good as it gets… Congrats A… I bet you’ll be able to outrun them all! 🙂

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  6. Linda Says:

    Since I have asthma, I am all for banning smoking, just saying.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      More people die and are sickened with drinking. We tried banning that and it didn’t work out so well…. I agree in public as far as smoking…. as far as what one does in private I believe it is their business. Whether it is a big gulp or whatever a dangerous road to go down when we are mandated to correct behavior. Where does it end?

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      • Adrienne Says:

        I think the decision to smoke or not smoke should be up to the individual business. I know plenty of non-smokers who enjoy a cigarette a few times a year while having a cocktail. But then I also believe a business should be able to refuse service to anyone for any reason. Society will sort it all out all by themselves.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I respect people’s preference for perfume for example when in the gym….consideration solves a lot of social problems but then again I am probably making this far too simple.. I agree — if a business wants to have smokers and advertise as such, then fine, my choice. If I am in an enclosed space and know I can effect someone’s health then no… 🙂

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  7. markone1blog Says:

    The really consequential one that I liked was the ban on black roofs. I guess that was his hat tip to global warming.

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  8. hocuspocus13 Says:

    Being in office for what 3 terms in NYC and this is all Bloomberg accomplished and has to show for it

    WoW 😵😵😵

    And let’s not forget Bloomberg donated over $13 million to Planned Parenthood

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