Mayor Bloomberg was the recipient of a ricin-laced letter in recent days, as was the director of his leftist, anti-gun rights group Mayors Against Guns.

Letters Threatening Mayor Tested Positive for Ricin

(New York Times) – Two letters that contained threats to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg — one addressed to him, the other to a lobbyist who works on his gun control campaign — have tested positive for the deadly poison ricin, the authorities said on Wednesday.

We’re suspicious.  Very suspicious.

Can you say “false flag operation”?  We thought you could.

What’s a false flag operation?

(Wiki) – False flag (or black flag) describes covert military or paramilitary operations designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by other entities, groups or nations than those who actually planned and executed them. Operations carried during peace-time by civilian organisations, as well as covert government agencies, may by extension be called false flag operations if they seek to hide the real organisation behind an operation.


It seems to us that this fits the profile of a classic false flag operation and we’ll tell you why:

  1. It seems as though the Mayor had a pre-planned statement to offer to press when asked about the incident.
  2. If this came from a gun owner, wouldn’t it have come weeks or months ago when tensions were highest as it looked as though the Senate might pass the gun registration bill?
  3. It would seem this attack is a better fit with someone upset that interest in gun control has faded dramatically in an effort to gin up headlines again.
  4. How hard would it be for a leftist gun hater to rub some castor oil on a piece of paper to set off any testing instruments?  Also, if Bloomberg’s mail isn’t automatically pre-screened, why in the world did anyone assume it was “ricin”-laced?

To us, it seems very suspicious.

It would seem anyone who suggests, without further information about a suspect, that it was a reckless, otherwise law-abiding gun owner who did this, probably has an agenda that’s neither clean or pure as the wind driven snow.



7 thoughts on “FALSE FLAG: Ricin-laced letters sent to Bloomberg”
  1. I honestly wouldn’t be surprised in the least if this in fact originated from Bloomberg’s camp…

  2. I fucking KNEW someone would call this a false flag. So many crazy conspiracy cocksuckers on the internet.

    1. Don’t worry, your fellow lefties are working day and night to destroy that pesky freedom of speech thing.

    2. I think that you are ignoring the facts of the case. With 3 major scandals being investigated currently. With the AG “Gun running to Drug Dealers” and other less than honorable actions, it is no wonder that trust of this administration is at an all time low. So, at the very least, any thinking person would not totally rule out the “False Flag” idea. When the sender is found and convicted (in a fair trial), I will be glade to accept those results.
      Using “extreme speech” and “name calling” does not do much to convince anyone that you should be part of the discussion.

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