Billionaire Democrat Michael Bloomberg Under Fire for Elitist Ridicule of Farmers…

Presidential candidate and billionaire Michael Bloomberg is coming under scrutiny for his elitist comments about farmers not being smart enough to add value in the era of technology.   In some ways it’s predictably sad, in other ways his condescension simply reflects the outlook of modern Democrats.

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While it is angering to watch this pontificating condescension; at another level it is entirely predictable. Both the old school Fabian socialist outlook and the modern Democrat ideology is based on superiority.

George Bernard Shaw, a founder of modern socialist thought, famously said at some point each citizen should be required to stand before a tribunal and explain their value. If the community does not find value in that person, then society would be better off eliminating them. You can extend that same perspective into almost every policy advocated by the current political left.  It’s a short walk from Bloombergs’ speech to the cattle-cars.

When CTH was founded we used this picture below to describe the Democrat Utopia; that picture represented where the outlook of Teh One true Lightbringer would eventually lead the party. Nothing much has changed except the clarity of their objectives:

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349 Responses to Billionaire Democrat Michael Bloomberg Under Fire for Elitist Ridicule of Farmers…

  1. justlizzyp says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong but it seems like a very high percentage of farmers vote….

    Liked by 14 people

    • bayoukiki says:

      As do their families. And their suppliers

      Liked by 5 people

      • Lack is not all says:

        And me, who are far to be a farmer but consume their products and stay alive because of those. Bloomberg’s ideas are repulsive. I declare myself a never-Bloomberger.

        Liked by 7 people

    • mikebrezzze says:

      Trump said “give me 4 years and in the next election I’ll get 95% of the vote”. with Bernie and Bloomy helping him now he just might get that 95%!

      Liked by 7 people

    • jnr2d2 says:

      It’s more than just farmers. The farm area includes, skills in ancillary industries, supportive industries, and dependent industries. Bye bye in all fly over counties and all but the biggest cities where only robots vote.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Bill Durham says:

      I prefer Sloppy Steve Bannon’s term— Globalist Corporate Democrat Oligarch Mike Bloomberg.

      Liked by 8 people

      • bertdilbert says:

        Bloomberg talks about the tech sector being about replacing jobs. What he fails to understand is that life has always been about building a better mouse trap and that means replacing jobs/reducing labor.

        It does not matter if the better mousetrap was for farming or the industrial revolution. The reason farm employment went from 50% of the population to 2% is because of all the better mousetraps that had been invented to allow that to happen.

        Using tech to reduce labor cost is nothing new when you break it down to mousetraps..

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          The better mousetrap doesn’t always win the technological battle. But on the whole they do. A lot of that comes about what the great philosopher Yogurt from Spaceballs said: Merchandising. POTUS understands this very well. It’s why he won and is continuing to win. Because he can package his appeal and his policies in a way that people will buy in to them. They also happen not accidentally to be in our collective interests most of the time.

          Also important in the building of better mousetraps is the profit motive. Acquisitiveness and possessiveness is built into our genome, started being built into our genomes when our distant ancestor(s) started lugging around the tools they used to get food instead of abandoning them and making new ones as they went along. If one is not allowed to profit from inventiveness, or has their profit limited or taxed too much, the desire to create goes down or awway. That is what the centralizers cannot understand. They seem to believe that inventiveness is independent from acquisitiveness.

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        • burginthorn says:

          Early bird gets the worm. But the second mouse gets the cheese 😉

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    • Impossible says:

      My mother’s side were farmers. My grandfather rarely spoke, but I do recall him saying that if you insult a farmer once he’ll forgive you, twice you won’t be invited to the table. Three times and he won’t share the fruit of his labors. I’d bet Bloomberg would give half of his 62B estate after one starving week on this earth for a loaf of bread.

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      and machinists too.

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  2. bertdilbert says:

    Is this like the political equivalent of Hillary wanting to kill coal mining? What you say in one state may not work so well in another.

    Liked by 6 people

  3. Publius2016 says:

    Mini Mike Madoff is being VETTED! Healthcare Plan is really death panels…Tax Plan is really Statism…Wait unti Mini Mike’s Detroit Plan is exposed: Immigration Plan is SERFDOM!

    Mini Mike made his fortune “front-running” orders!!!

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  4. mallardcove says:

    My entire moms side of my family all live in the Northeast and are all Democrats. They just are. Not because they are completely on board with the agenda, because they just are. Because conservatives and Republicans represent those “backward hillbilly hick Southern redneck religous racist” types, and so they dont want to be lumped in with that, so they are democrat.

    They love to ridicule those hillbilly Southern Republicans to make them feel better I guess. Even though myself and my sisters all grew up in backward Texas and all went to college and graduated with honors and all have successful lives and careers. While my sophisticated intellectual Connecticut and New York cousins have had issues with drugs and bastard children. 4 of my cousins still live with my aunts and uncles with dead end jobs despite being in their late 20s.

    But at least they arent a gross uneducated backward REPUBLICAN!

    I feel like this dynamic perfectly illustrates the Bloomberg-Media elitism complex.

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    • jnr2d2 says:

      Sad, but true

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    • Kaco says:

      On the other hand, when I asked my dad when I was young what was the difference, he said the Republicans were more the managerial class and the Democrats were the working man and unions. He also said Democrats want big government and Republicans want smaller. And Democrats are associated with high taxes. Republicans were always of the self-sufficient variety. And you could say a lot of those in the country are self-reliant.

      I don’t know where certain Democrats started getting their elitism, but I would imagine it is the higher earners with the commie education that feel benevolent toward the working man, working poor, and those on welfare. And to the point of insulting, like how minorities are unable to figure out how to get an ID (or that’s what they’re taught).

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  5. Ken Maritch says:

    The dems know they wont win THIS election, they are just testing candidates/ideologies for the 2024 election.

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  6. sundance says:

    Find me a difference between Bloomberg and George Bernard Shaw:

    Liked by 15 people

    • emet says:

      But we will keep Ruth, Hillary, and George S alive forever. Probably with harvested organs.

      Liked by 12 people

    • JohnCasper says:

      “Find me a difference between Bloomberg and George Bernard Shaw:”

      Hell, find me a difference between Bloomberg and Hitler.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      My Father beat cancer twice, is 80, can play 18 holes of golf, and volunteers at his church & Meals on Wheels.

      When he’s not busy, he provides his expert carpentry skills (my description, not his, he is very modest) for free.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      So Mike would march Ruth Bader Ginsburg off top the ovens?

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    • trapper says:

      No healthcare for the elderly has been the Democrat position for over a decade. Remember Obama’s “send you home with a pill”? That’s what he was referring to. No life saving medical care for people beyond a certain age. Just send them home with pain pills to wait to die. Remember the Death Panels? That’s who would decide who gets treatment and who dies. And don’t kid yourself. Involuntary euthanasia at a predetermined maximum age is where they are headed with this. But they have to get your guns first. Saving the planet.

      Read Cass Sunstein’s (Obama’s regulation czar) University of Chicago Law School article. His position is that your expected future contribution to the state should determine whether you get medical treatment. Old people don’t have much time left to make a future contribution so no medical care for you. He also mentions that black members of the underclass don’t have much of an expected future contribution either, but then states that of course we can’t deny care based upon race (wink wink. They’re coming for you next).

      These people are monsters.

      https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/df07/44dfb8ce5703c66869f92b5bdc3a3a6dc35a.pdf

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    • Bigbadmike says:

      One is a New York Dilettante and the other is an Irish Dilettante.
      Both are(were) elitists.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      George Bernard Shaw obviously expected he would be one of the judges, not the judged. I think he would have been unpleasantly surprised. ‘A second-rate scribbler of rubbishy spoken fables advocating the toppling of governments? No need for that sort of person in the New Utopia! Next!’

      Homo economicus at its finest. Reminds me of the fate of Boxer of Orwell’s Animal Farm. Once you’re used up time for the glue factory. Or Soylent Green. Can’t let anything go to waste!

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    • scrap1ron says:

      Coming from a part of society that murders the unborn for convenience and money, offing the elderly for the same reason isn’t much of a stretch.

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  7. 335blues says:

    If Doomberg had to grow his own food or not eat, he would starve.
    And, he could never be a machinist. He is not smart enough.
    What a sleaze ball.

    Liked by 8 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      A farmer plants a seed. Bloomberg plants a seed of doubt. It is called fake news.

      Liked by 3 people

    • RobInPA says:

      And if he had to defend himself or loved ones with any sort of firearm, he would shoot most of them first due to lack of training and just being an idiot, but the other’s would be spared because he did not have any of those dreaded standard (high) capacity magazines.

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  8. thedoc00 says:

    This is minor compared to the Democrat Party mantra introduced by Obama in 2008, “you didn’t build that”. This is a more encompassing statement about the primacy of the state.

    Obama – “You didn’t build that”
    Clinton – “Deplorables”

    These two mantras are replayed in several forms daily by every democrat candidate, their media allies and adoring celebrity following.

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  9. sundance says:

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  10. Deborah Fehr says:

    I dont think the Dems care about who can run and actually help the people, they only care about who can run and take out PDT. Once again, as dumb as they are, they are hoping money will be the answer, because brains certainly arent. Bloomberg goes against everything they stand for, I thought they hated the rich? He certainly isnt going to tax the rich, he isnt going to give everything for free. Boy they smack themselves in the face while they are kicking themselves in the ass. Total desperation. I hope he does spend 2 billion, AND STILL LOSES! thats smart money man!!

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    • Sentient says:

      Dems would rather lose for sure with Bloomberg than take a chance that Sanders would win. I’m not saying Sanders would win. I’m saying that corporate democrats don’t want to take the chance that he might.

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  11. Wasn’t just farmers. MiniMi said the same thing about machinists. “Just turn the lathe in the direction of the arrow.”

    We need another basket, just for the blue collar workers and farmers with no gray matter.

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  12. Caius Lowell says:

    Yeah, I love how socialists always assume they’re smarter than you — it’s one of their many endearing qualities, like being incompetent…

    Liked by 10 people

  13. JohnCasper says:

    To Herr Michael Bloomberg, he is the ubermensch and farmers are among the untermensch.

    Liked by 4 people

    • spoogels says:

      Mike Cernovich
      @Cernovich

      Mike Bloomberg in shocking leaked audio suggests that black and latino men are “unable” to “function” in a workplace.

      @AOC has not Tweeted about this or Bloomberg’s other videos.

      AOC stands with racist Bloomberg.

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      • Marc says:

        AJ Delgado is a former Trump spokeswoman/supporter during the election who had an affair with Trump aide and ‘War Room’ co-host Jason Miller. He dumped her when the story got out and Jason left the team before the inauguration. Delgado knew Miller had a pregnant wife at home but still slept with him.
        She now spends her time shilling for any Democrat that she thinks could beat Trump and exposing anything that Jason Miller has done in the past 5 years.

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  14. Merle Marks says:

    what really ticks the Left off is we “little” people have the audacity to demand that we each get a vote…

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Perot Conservative says:

    Daily UK Mail: Presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg once told an employee struggling to find childcare to go find ‘some black who doesn’t have to speak English’, claims new lawsuit

    “‘It’s a f***ing baby! All it does is eat and s**t! It doesn’t know the difference between you and anyone else! All you need is some black who doesn’t have to speak English to rescue it from a burning building,’ Bloomberg said in July 1993 to a female salesperson who’d just had a baby, according to the lawsuit.”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8008723/Lawsuit-claims-Mike-Bloomberg-told-employee-black-nanny.html

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  16. wtf are the dems putting in their kool-aid.man between him and biden.sounds like they are the ones with no gray matter.

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  17. T2020 says:

    Keep talking, Dems. The truth the being exposed. 🇺🇸😁👍🏻

    Liked by 7 people

  18. JohnCasper says:

    “Both the old school Fabian Nazi socialist outlook and the modern Democrat ideology is based on superiority.”

    Liked by 5 people

  19. JohnCasper says:

    Goodwin can shove his “Law” where the sun don’t shine. Bloomberg is a textbook Nazi.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. kleen says:

    Mini Mike lacks charisma.
    The optics of having a billionaire buying his way into an election is terrible.
    Having the disinformation agents in the media celebrating this guy, it just exposes the left as the fraud they are.

    Democrat nominee spot is for sale and Mini already said he wants to buy it.

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  21. Parrot says:

    Adding value?
    Try taking soil + water + seed and making from that food to feed the world.
    I can’t think of a more spectacular way to add value to those items.

    I get it, Mick thinks a Bloomberg App that lets you organise your birthday list is somehow important.
    Silly little Mick.

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  22. History Teaches says:

    He is just one candidate.

    How will the rest of the field. Party, MSM react?

    Concur? Criticize? Ignore?

    Traditionally, candidates criticize each other. But in this Age of the Swamp we see talking points and narratives predetermined, shared and shaped.

    Some uncomfortable realities are meant to be hidden and ignored on the campaign trail

    I think this Bloombrrg statement was one of those foundational socialist beliefs that wasn’t intended to become publicly exposed. It is a common orientation for all of them, but this time Bloombrrg made the mistake of going off script.

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  23. Pew-Anon says:

    So basically this a direct attack on the “Blue Collar Revolution” of the Trump admin. Try selling that to the 5 million or so blue collar workers now employed under PT policies.

    Liked by 6 people

  24. Free Speech says:

    Stick to buying the elections, Brad Wesley. You don’t have the personality to be a candidate.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Now, besides having to buy off Al Sharpton to keep him quiet (“throw them up against the wall”), we’ll probably see Montana farmer/senator Jon Tester being promised a cabinet position.

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  26. hokkoda says:

    I did these kinds of attacks on Bloomberg humorous…because it shows how DEEP the oppo research on him is. Soda Pop has been shooting his mouth off for decades. That’s fertile ground for the oppo teams to farm.

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  27. JohnCasper says:

    Biden may be a man with less than half a brain, but Bloomberg is a man with less than half a soul and that makes him far worse.

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  28. kleen says:

    Wait until ya”ll see the videos of Mini, acting in some play… One as Mary Poppins, the other as a Mermaid and the other as some football player (singing… CRINGE!)

    It’s up on Jack Posobiec’s twitter page.

    LOL, I see some campaign ad opportunities.

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  29. kleen says:

    ‘Black And Latino Males Don’t Know How To Behave In The Workplace’: Bloomberg Flashback

    Another Mike Bloomberg sound byte is coming back to haunt the Democratic presidential candidate after a 2011 clip from when he was mayor of New York City has resurfaced in which he said “enormous cohorts” of young black and Latino men “don’t know how to behave in the workplace where they have to work collaboratively and collectively.”

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  30. MiniMike has ZERO Humanity.

    He’s that LORD who WHIPS his VASSALS.
    • Farmers
    • Blue Collar Workers
    • Women
    • Blacks
    • Hispanics

    Dyed-in-the-Wool Demo☭rat … but I repeat myself.

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  31. Dogsrule says:

    Bloomberg actually OWNS two horse farms. So how much gray matter could he have? His very accomplished equestrian daughter flies her horses all over the world to compete. Fine with me if they can afford it, but then don’t talk about other peoples’ carbon footprints and are the very expensive horses he buys the products of not so smart people? Hardly. Geeezzzzzz…….

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  32. Val says:

    And here’s Bloomberg explanation for high taxes->

    “Michael Bloomberg said poor people paying more in taxes proportionately is a ‘good thing’ because it is ‘one of the ways you influence people to do what’s in their own interest.’”
    Bloomberg at an event with International Monetary Fund’s Christine Lagarde that took place on April 19, 2018:

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “poor people paying more in taxes proportionately is a ‘good thing’ because it is ‘one of the ways you influence people to do what’s in their own interest.”

      That comment reminds me of the catalyst for the French revolution.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “poor people paying more in taxes proportionately is a ‘good thing’ because it is ‘one of the ways you influence people to do what’s in their own interest.”

      That comment reminds me of the catalyst for the French revolution.

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  33. vikingmom says:

    I have a good friend in Canada who is a third generation canola farmer, with a 40,000 acre farm in Saskatchewan. These were her comments this morning on Bloomberg’s ignorant arrogant little speech…

    “Maybe he doesn’t realize that a lot of farmers have various degrees in things like crop science, agriculture, economics, business etc. Farmers are also business people, their jobs require a base of experience and knowledge that can take decades to glean. Their job requires constant analyses, updating technology and adaption. It requires a thorough understanding of soil, plants, animals and ability to keep all those things healthy. It requires ability to run, repair and operate machinery and cutting edge technology. It requires business skills and analysis of risks. It requires following international markets, making sales contracts, and shipping grain. All of that while under constant threat of weather, pests and idiotic government.”

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  34. Ploni says:

    Mike Bloomberg is what they call in New York “a shmuck.”

    And he happens to be a very wealthy shmuck.

    Liked by 6 people

  35. doohmax says:

    I think everyone can see now why they hate the Electoral College so vehemently.

    Liked by 4 people

  36. Fools Gold says:

    Talking about a little man being out of touch with reality? He’s no clue who invents, designs, builds, works hard, to MAGA. I started out farming, got a EE, retired at 55, bought a farm with cash, and still do all of the things from my roots. Gotta wonder when the last time mini ever had long discussion with a simple man?

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  37. alliwantissometruth says:

    I’ve always found the so called “educated” people to be the dumbest people

    Being book smart without learning how the world works and understanding the principles of it takes a village makes for a lot of ignorant people who may be successful at making money but utter failures as human beings

    Those type of people should be nowhere near the levers of power

    I’m an educated person, but my education comes not just from books but from my upbringing and my real life experiences

    Any job is a noble endeavor. Success can be measured in many ways, and that’s never been so evident when you look at Bloomberg

    Who’s the successful one, a cutthroat businessman and corrupt politician who uses his money and influence to make more money and garner personal power, or a salt of the earth farmer who works the natural land to supply food to the people?

    In my book, it’s not even close

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      In old times Stupidity and Ignorance usually ended in an untimely Darwin award. Hunter-gatherers might have been brutish and nasty, but they weren’t stupid, as any anthropologist who have lived with primitive tribes. When your life is constantly on the line you get smart fast or die. Only rich societies can afford the stupid and lazy.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Sounds like Devin Nunes.

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    • Another Ian says:

      Plenty of graduates from the UHK.around the rural scene

      Nothing to do with Hong Kong

      University of Hard Knocks

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  38. keeler says:

    Yes. Farmers don’t have to think and analyze… things like weather, soil quality, drainage, pest and predator control, growth rates, seasonal variations, animal behavior, labor requirements, perish-ability, transportation… none of that matters. A farmer just digs a hole, covers the seeds with dirt, and waits. The mature, healthy plants and animals then magically appear on dinner plates…

    He states that the Information Age is about replacing labor with technology and this is somehow unique. This ignores historical reality. The first Agricultural Revolution involved replacing labor-intensive hunter-gatherer economies with more efficient technology, allowing for the development of specialized labor and urban society. The second Agricultural Revolution involved replacing labor-intensive Medieval farming with more efficient technology, allowing for the development of the Industrial Revolution, which further refined, expanded, and unleashed the potential of labor.

    The “farming classes” were not only able to make the leap, in many ways they made the leap possible to begin with. Such is and will be the case with the “Information” Revolution, and the one after that, and the one after that. It’s the myopic, techno-administrative class which wears its Upper West Side prejudices as a merit badge which will not. When push comes to shove people need to know how grow food, not mix a cocktail.

    If anyone doubts that, ask a Chinese Mandarin or a Roman Senator the next time you happen to bump into one.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      And there innumerable intermediate steps in between the First and Second Agricultural Revolutions that improved both agriculture and people’s lives. Like the development of the heavy plow, which allowed Medieval farmers to till clay soils instead of just the sandier soils the scratch plow could till; the horse collar, which relegated the slower oxen teams to near extinction; three-field crop rotation, and so much more.

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    • Max Tadpol says:

      Good post Keeler. I’d also add genetics, crop yield forecasts, labor relations, USDA and regulations as well as changing traceability standards.

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  39. Phflipper says:

    In the beginning decades of the 20th century, as those new-fangled technological machines (cars) became more and more popular, some worried about all the jobs being lost as the horse and buggy days were being replaced. You know, jobs like cleaning up the streets after the horse passed by.

    Just 100 years later with technology exploding all around us we still have workers cleaning the streets in cities like San Francisco. Little has changed. Those workers can just Google faster, other than that, no big difference.

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  40. freepetta says:

    Michael Bloomberg is a disgusting snobby midget who is a two faced slimeball!!

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  41. Mike says:

    There in lies the ignorance of the man.

    My friend farms 1000 acres in MN with four people. 2 million in equipment and an iPad. He knows where every seed is planted, how much fertilizer he uses where, condition of every section of soil.

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    • Amy2 says:

      I’m from farm country in Ohio. Now I live in north Florida farm country. I wonder how Mike will get down here if the grid goes down? We defend our property down here Mike, so you might want to keep that in mind.

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  42. Rick L says:

    I work in IT but yet admire farmers and all the knowledge they have in working the land, animal husbandry, chemistry, technology and just knowing how to fix just about anything.
    Hey Bloomberg you pos, “data processing machines” wont put food on your plate to feed your stupid face.

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  43. Whitehouse Clown says:

    I’m the son of five generations of farmers and Patriots. They farmed so idiots like Bloomers won’t starve, and they fought for the freedoms we enjoy. My father would say Bloomers is all harness and no mule.

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  44. WSB says:

    Mini-mike…charm-free.

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  45. Ausonius says:

    Amen to the above comments about farmers needing to know technology as well as “putting the seed into the ground.”

    Has Gloomberg ever seen any farm equipment these days? They are as complicated as a “Transformer” and about as big! Does he have any idea of the computerization of data used by farmers these days?

    Talk about needing gray matter: Gloomber needs the injection of common sense, and I don’t care about his billions. Luck and ruthlessness and average intelligence have made people rich….but not particularly smart in other ways.

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  46. emet says:

    I keep getting this scene in my head of Bloomberg and Abrams standing at a lathe looking for the “on” switch.

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    • Boots says:

      IIRC….

      ….if it’s an engine lathe, it’s the bent, red handled lever on lower right, about knee high. If it’s a Hardinge collett lathe, it’s the chrome lever sticking straight up in front of your left arm. The taller lever behind it is for low speed (left position), high speed (right position) neutral (middle position).

      If it’s an Okuma CNC, it’s the square green button, after you turn the main power on. When the screen wakes up, you send XYZ all home.

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  47. (Shrug …) We’ve heard this tired old political strategy year after year … well … until 2016! 🤡 Find some “button” that the public opinion pollsters tell you is out there to be pushed, and push it “just to get a rise out of people.”

    None of this has the faintest relevance to (a) your actual qualifications for the job that you are applying for, and (b) the actual, by-design very(!) limited, powers of the Office itself. When these candidates supposedly are talking about “what they would do,” it is utterly empty speechifying because the President has no authority to do this-or-that.

    Most annoying to me are the now-sitting Senators who say such things … somehow forgetting that all of them do have [one-half of …] the authority to make these changes. But they are doing absolutely nothing right now, when they actually can.

    As someone who has, in the past, voted Republican, Democrat and Independent, I can only say that I am profoundly disappointed with the Democratic Party. I want them to actually come up with a viable candidate who can compete with PDJT. But it plainly appears that they do not.

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    • Marc says:

      Why would you want that, Mike? You want Trump to lose? As long as the Democrat Party supports murdering the unborn, open borders, America-loathing and envy-based monetary policies, they are a useless party to me.

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  48. Can someone please explain the picture to me?

    I remember seeing it before, and was puzzled by it then.

    Thank you

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    • Mike in a Truck says:

      Well theres THEM and theres YOU. Guess where you live?

      Liked by 15 people

      • rmhnc says:

        Mike in a Truck, you are a man of few words, but those few words perfectly describe that picture…………………….the perfect caption.

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      • Hello
        Thank you all for your answers. I haven’t read or seen the Hunger Games but know the general story. I tend to be very literal and can’t figure out how windmills and serfs can supply that city. And why would a futuristic city be dumping sewage? I agree with Kaco; I’d rather live in the countryside.

        Is running man something like burning man? Of course, burning man is another thing that puzzles me…..:)

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    • nichan says:

      It explains the picture at the end of this article

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      It is Trump the Great Disruptor. He is wearing the yellow vest of the French citizens protesting the corrupt globalist technocratic policies of Macron which makes their lives more difficult if not impossible.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Which picture? The one of the DemonRAT Utopia – a futuristic city run by the Left that is separated from the poor conservative peasants forced to live outside the city on their own and forced to use the city’s wastewater dumped into the moat around that city….?

      Or the picture of President Trump wearing a yellow vest in the spirit of the Mouvement des gilets jaunes protest in France?

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    • Bill says:

      My take is that the great city of the elites stands above the humble cities of the less chosen folk, and dump their sewage upon those who live honestly. This, of course, is the Soviet Union and every other communist or otherwise monarchical/totalitarian regime, where the elite live in comfort while the masses starve, while all of it is touted as being good for people and for the country. What is a person’s value? How about, “I work hard to get rid of socialism.” That seems like a very good value for a person to have.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      That’s Globalist Utopia…countryside a wasteland with SERFS

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    • pochas94 says:

      The mega-rich (I hold Trump as a rich exception) want to take us back to Nobles and Serfs (feudalism). They don’t want voters to have a say because they actually feel threatened by voters who may act to restrict their lifestyles. They open the borders to import more serfs. They pour money into schools and universities to educate future serfs. We need to emulate the American Indians, who make lousy serfs.

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      • dbobway says:

        These elite globalist are rich, yes. But their evil is rare and unique to them.
        But that evil is historically been a common thread of greed over human life.
        It is the simple reason, a government that allows individual freedom comes with the responsibility to use our laws to keep moral clarity and truth in place.
        When that responsibility is compromised, people start dying, starving, freezing and executed as a means to an end.
        It is Deja Vu all over again, right here in the United States.

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    • upstate909 says:

      Think Hunger Games The Grand Capitol; The chosen ones. Then there are the 12 sectors that surround the Capitol, each providing a necessary resource for ‘They” to consume ( i.e. Fishing, Energy, Agriculture, Arts, University, Woodworking, Textiles, etc.)
      And then all of ‘their’ waste is dumped into your backyard, but yet you are required to still produce to their needs, not your own.

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    • cagberry says:

      Running man, Hunger Games

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  49. IGiveUp says:

    ‘Black And Latino Males Don’t Know How To Behave In The Workplace’: Bloomberg Flashback

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/black-and-latino-males-dont-know-how-behave-workplace-bloomberg-flashback

    (Love it when libs get caught by their own rules,i.e. hoisted with their own petard. sweet.)

    Liked by 8 people

    • Eric French says:

      This guy really is an A-HOLE!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Eric French says:

      This guy really is an A-HOLE!

      Liked by 2 people

    • TarsTarkas says:

      In all fairness Bloomberg by continuing the stop and frisk and targeting of crime by Giuliani likely saved thousands of mostly black and hispanic lives. It shows weakness that he now has to disavow these life-saving techniques to get the approval of the woke crowd. But then to the woke POC and any minority ‘sacrified’ in the name of equity are just some of the eggs that need to be broken to produce the omelette of the perfect society.

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