User Profile: johnbarlycorn


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  • March 28, 2015 at 1:52pm

    @ CatB
    I could not agree with you more. A well armed citizenry that is God fearing and law abiding is the best and only real defense against evil run-a-muck.
    My wife and I pray for this man.
    Also news today but not covered on this site:
    The AL law enforcement thug that paralyzed an old Indian man, for no legal or rational reason, walking in his sons’ neighborhood was indicted by a federal grand jury.
    The MO law enforcement thug that attacked and placed a white teenager in a coma for recording their enter action was also indicted by a federal grand jury on four counts.
    Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, colors, ethnicities, languages, and clothes.
    It would do well for all here to include the “news shaping editors” to cover all of the evil. Well, if they did that then the race war being so boldly promoted would not happen and what would they cover then?
    Thank you.

  • [17] March 28, 2015 at 11:06am

    This is according to script. Why did the race hustlers and anarchists pick Brown out of all of the unarmed and innocent people shot by law enforcement? Your answer is seen in this video.
    In order to foment race war as a crisis for more police state this is the logical incident. Also, you have to include the media (actually propagandists) in this three-sided race to destroy our country.
    Thank you.

  • March 25, 2015 at 5:11pm

    @ Ungroundable
    While I believe your comment is based in sarcasm and you have no humanity or belief in God, I do follow your general point (made in such bad taste).
    With regard to the GA squat paramilitary unit and their “supervisor” – the short answer is that nothing happened not even an apology to the family as the obese sheriff made jokes about the babies face. Apparently God did have a had in this obese piece of anti Americanism being wounded by another law enforcement employee during some type of shootout with this berserk employee.

  • [1] March 25, 2015 at 5:03pm

    I and my wife pray for the soul of this man murdered by evil. We pray that if he had a family or loved ones God comforts their hearts and heals them.
    It will be of interest to see who is the evil on earth that did this deed.
    In other news, rarely covered here, a law enforcement employee in Hummelstown PA, employee Mearkle, was charged with criminal homicide in the execution of unarmed 59-year-old David Kassick – shooting him multiple times in the back as he lay on the ground.
    The recent yearly average of people shot and killed by law enforcement is well north of 1,000. I have looked and found no statistics on the number that were unarmed or those merely wounded. Apparently law enforcement and the justice department do not keep these statistics for some reason.
    If someone has the correct information: as of 25 March 2015 – of all the law enforcement employees killed by criminals this year all but 4 have been killed by other law enforcement employees, former law enforcement employees, or retired law enforcement employees. If someone has the real updated data please pass it along.
    Thank you.

  • [17] March 25, 2015 at 12:36pm

    @ johnVMFA122
    As with any government that embraces perversion, immorality, deviance, and a total rejection of God, predictably parts of the military are following suit.
    When graduating boot camp, on promotion, upon non-commissioned promotion, upon commissioning and each subsequent promotion to include retainer if accepting retirement, an Oath Is Taken. This oath is taken before God and man. For the majority functionaries (elected or employed) in government and increasingly in the military an oath is a formality only.
    Until such time as honor, service, right principles, and truth are placed before any and all petty considerations this will only get worse.
    Look at schools, law enforcement, legal systems – been corrupted beyond recognition. the military is the final and critical straw.
    Thank you and Semper Fi.

  • [5] March 20, 2015 at 4:56pm

    You are exactly correct in your comments with regard this article. Here is a little think project for you.
    Are law enforcement and legal systems both government monopoly industry’s? Yes.
    In what industry/ business do the employees abuse the customer and it is all fine because it is all covered by no personal accountability and legalese that protects the employees incompetence/ or victimization? Well none that I can think of that are not government monopoly ones.
    In what industry/ business do employees routinely abuse the stockholders? Again, none I can think of that remain in business. Then again, a taxpayer is not a stockholder. A taxpayer in a government monopoly industry is the cash cow to be gutted, enjoyed and wasted.
    By the way, if I injure any person knowingly or not I apologize to them in person. It is called being a man. But then, I take personal responsibility for all that I do and fail to do a concept unknown in government.
    You know your rationale is exactly why many Germans were so incredulous that they were prosecuted with such vengeance when all they did was follow procedure.
    If people can’t see how upside down, right is wrong, left is right this whole thing is then they deserve exactly what is in store for them.
    All of those highly paid government employees and not a one with backbone, a conscience, and a moral compass.
    Madness sure madness.
    Thank you.

  • [11] March 20, 2015 at 11:08am

    How about we begin with firing the employee that had Ms. Moran illegally arrested and kidnapped with her reputation permanently ruined?
    How about a personal apology from the law enforcement employee that disgraced Ms. Moran in public?
    How about the Clerk of the Court receives a warning and advice of termination for cause if this supervision does not improve?
    How about the judge that signed the warrant personally apologize in public to Ms. Moran?
    We all know that none of this will happen and that no one in the law enforcement and legal industries would ever even consider doing anything of the sort. I mean if there was personal accountability there might be personal responsibility. Why if these industries are held personally responsible that would make things harder because there would be a real impact on the employee.
    Well, Ms. Moran and her children are all little people so who the heck cares. Besides it will never be one of us and law enforcement never has “unfortunate tragedies” when serving a warrant!
    A tiny peek at the monstrous machine that we have allowed to be created.
    Thank you.

  • [62] March 19, 2015 at 5:54pm

    Not sure about the second part of your demonstration but fully agree with the actions of Mr. Jandebeur: protecting his wife, life, and property. Well done.
    I find it is the intact family that are church goes and believers rarely produces a predator, parasite, or a self important self obsessed government drone.
    Frankly my wife and I believe much of the social rot; decadence, perversion, evil in all senses of the word can be traced to our generation forsaking common sense and God.
    Thank you.

  • March 19, 2015 at 2:37pm

    @ NativeAmericanYepbornhere
    Unlike most here I have “done it”. This is such dung I can’t believe it.
    Question: If you are called to help and the end result of said help, based on the decisions “you made” and the “geometry you created”, is a homicide, is this effective service?
    I do agree there are a whole lot of employees that should never be certified, be given special/ limited immunity, or armed with anything other than a dull pencil.
    The difference between today and 20 years ago is that the preponderance of law enforcement were peace officers and had the ability to think through a situation and perhaps one or two speed loaders if a real firefight happened.
    Perfect point to see the difference is the one round fired by the retired policeman against an actual armed assailant vice this gratuitous killing here.
    But hey, who cares? It will always be someone else until the odds make it you and yours.
    Madness sure madness.

  • March 19, 2015 at 2:27pm

    @ lionoftheyidd
    Your comment caused me to do a little search because I remembered another mental health issue with law enforcement attempting to kill the person they were called to help:
    Bogota NJ/ victim or person in need of service was white/ two armed and armed law enforcement employees decide to beat and choke a kid in front of his family. A third law enforcement employee stopped them from beating the kid to death. For her efforts she was fired and the two goons praised. Unfortunately for the taxpayers, they are now paying for the oath keeping employee in back pay, rehire, and damages.
    How hard is it to engage the brain and use the law instead of the mindless on-going criminality? Apparently for the government monopoly union run law enforcement industry it is impossible.
    Thank you.

  • March 19, 2015 at 12:27pm

    @ The-Monk
    This is VA. You may remember from a year and half ago a group of VA state ABC employees, not in government costume attacked, with weapons drawn, a UVA co-ed as she left a grocery store with a six pack of soda water. She believed it was a car jacking attempt, was fortunate that she was not summarily executed, and had outrageous charges filed against her and thrown in jail. Oh for the color sensitive among you, she was white. The outrage over what took place caused the AG to intervene because the law enforcement employee protective society was in the cover-up mode.
    Not knowing what are the facts, since both sides are in the propaganda war in this incident, this will take time. If past performance is any indicator of present and future performance the previously identified thugs of abc could be in a bit of a jam.
    This governor did get the law enforcement union block vote and their money bomb for his election so it will be interesting to see how this squares.
    Thank you.

  • [1] March 19, 2015 at 10:37am

    @ AntiFish03
    Well played & many wishing to see the positive in this sanctioned murder here may in fact take your half truths as real.
    If you are in the industry you know given positioning of the target and hand position there is only a slashing threat from a non blade tool at distance.
    You know that the 21 foot ecr is worst case; mitigating this type of engagement things such as uneven terrain, poor visibility & a solo confrontation……. go back to the syllabus.
    We agree most law enforcement employees do not kill indiscriminately. However, based on the promoted, coordinated policies of the industry the body count rolls in like clock work.
    As with all government monopoly industries all focus remains on the industry and not on the taxpayer or in this case the member of the public so successfully served.
    Whether the “target” is a child in the classroom or a member of the public the injury is to them and the taxpayer.
    Sorry I am Christian, trained, and have instructed I know what is real and what is self serving propaganda. The policy is immoral. The supervision and those that follow it are immoral. Until a return to peace officer based policing, individual responsibility for the public, and accountability for employees are reinstituted things will continue to disintegrate.
    There are fantastic law enforcement employees. There are outstanding oath keepers on the job. I salute any and all law enforcement employees that follow their oath and “serve” vice work.
    Thank you.

  • [9] March 19, 2015 at 10:04am

    @ Gonzo
    I get & agree with your point. All law abiding citizens should be trained, armed, prepared to defend themselves, families, & community from predators of any stripe. This man acted appropriately.
    Since this took place in FL here is another story this site will probably not cover:
    Lee county: the deputy that murdered 15 year old Austin Dukette was found not guilty by a man in a black dress of failure to stay in a lane. Austin was on his way to school on his bicycle when hit by a speeding employee, Douglas Hood with the undeserved title of corporal. You may remember all of law enforcement in FL was pissed because the employee on the scene actually tried to do the right/ moral/ honest thing – writing speeding, playing with his computer, moving into the bike lane citations. That was until the full weight of the law enforcement industry was brought to bear & citations, official reports and testimony were changed. For all of you color sensitive, Austin was white!
    Austin’s family sat in court, the fix already in, & listened to a dung heap in a black dress say there was insufficient evidence to convict Hood of this murder – oops I mean failure to maintain his lane of travel.
    Did any of the various law enforcement associations/ unions apologize or in any way provide a real act of atonement? You must be joking.
    Oaths mean nothing. Laws mean nothing. Decency means nothing. Tell how a Christian law abiding person is supposed to support on-going criminality, draped in a flag?

  • [9] March 18, 2015 at 10:42am

    @ foobared
    I don’t agree with the “disarm” comment but your general point I do agree with.
    All thinking people should cease to call law enforcement and take responsibility for their family, property, safety and well fare.
    Even when there is none, any, zilch, zero threat we see reoccurring “unfortunate incidents” .
    My advice, if you need one make sure it is only to take a report, take custody of a suspect. Further, I would caution that this interaction occur outside your property line in daylight with witnesses and video recording. You know, just to keep everyone safe.

  • [9] March 18, 2015 at 10:36am

    @ flea
    This is one of those unfortunate tragedies that cause law enforcement employees such mental anguish. The mental anguish is caused by people when confronted with these death videos – they might question the reasonableness of the action. You see policy, nihilist culture, & ingrained unaccountability lead to this very, very predictable outcome.
    The effective causality producing radius of a knife is 6 feet. The effective causality producing radius of a flat-head screwdriver is the same but probability of injury is less.
    The probability of injury to an individual with torso armor and supposedly trained in close in fighting techniques is small with same size combatants.
    What could have been done other than a series of shots ensuring this guy was cancelled?
    Given multiple employees at the scene working a time distance scenario is what a professional force held to account individually would do.
    Even the actual engagement is over the top. Yes the training industry that feeds of the law enforcement industry will say you fire until the threat/ target is down and neutralized. This is combat technique. You can’t escape it – policing is now combat – with one side armed.
    When you analyze the video you see multiple rounds fired after the threat/ target is falling from the initial shot. This is to ensure the kill & is taught and is policy.
    Now, was this taught and accepted policy before the introduction of semi automatic service weapons? No. A moral dilemma but who cares!

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  • March 16, 2015 at 9:37am

    @ ChrisFromPA
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    First thanks for reading my comment. Second, the point of my comment was the way the situation was handled is an interesting and revealing one from a policy point of view and from the point of view of maximizing taxpayer value.
    You are correct a Taser or baton can be and often are lethal. I have no love for indulged, drunken, self entitled white young people at all. Living in FL it is not unusual to see visitors in the late teens to mid twenties acting as complete asses under the influence of alcohol or worse.
    No, my observations are based on the choices made and how those choices place the taxpayer in jeopardy. You would think half naked sweet soaked drunks would be the perfect target for a little pepper spray cologne.
    But hey, this employee did what he does a regular basis, going hands on, and it worked out fine. I think at some point pushing the line will end badly and in government shouldn’t the taxpayer be the first priority?
    Sorry, the Antonio Buehler story is so outrageous, and the Blaze systematically chooses not to report corruption and crime I thought it relevant.
    Thank you.

  • [10] March 13, 2015 at 4:00pm

    PED and stimulant tests all around.
    Bingham apparently has a long and colorful history of “going hands on”. Also, he apparently has a groupie club at a local gym. Said another way, pretty boy loves the camera. Good for him.
    Was this ended with minimum damage? Seems so. Could this have gone horribly wrong for the taxpayers? You bet.
    Where have we heard the allegation of spitting before? Oh that’s right, Antonio Buehler and the extended war on him by Austin PD and Prosecutors. Funny thing about it, with all the weight of the state and of course the law enforcement union spending money like crazy an Army Captain, Iraq war vet, was able to defeat all of this corrupt evil police state with the truth. Without his personal history and witness video, the assault on Antonio and the innocent woman attacked and molested by Austin PD would have been just another of the thousands of untold stories of abuse, crime, and corruption.
    The only reason added this item is to correct an oversight by the Blaze editorial staff: failing to report the corruption in Antonio’s case. I’m sure the staff is constantly looking to bring the good the bad and the ugly of these issues to you. I mean, otherwise this site might get the reputation as just another propagandist outfit.
    Thank you.

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  • [6] March 13, 2015 at 12:52pm

    @Snowleopard {gallery of cat folks}
    How is it that you can trust most law enforcement employees when what this highway thug did was a violation of law, his oath, and is the accepted manner for the law enforcement industry to increase their funding?
    What you are watching in this video is a business plan in action. This is not policing. This is orchestrated nationwide systematic criminal activity. You want to be able to lie cheat steal etc. and say it is lawful? Great gather at your next regional or national union convention, drape yourself in the flag, and announce you want the constitution voided because it is a hindrance to business operations.
    For the paid trolls on here that sanction this activity they are a party to the crimes these non oath keepers commit.
    Thank you.

  • [10] March 13, 2015 at 11:24am

    @ USArmyProud
    Thank you for serving our country.
    Regarding law enforcement employees that violate their oath and follow policies that are outside of law but in the new America within policy, I do not share your views nor your experience.
    I spent 30 years in the Marine Corps. I believe an oath before God and man means something and regardless of who it is or what clothes they wear if they violate their oath they are not worth spit.
    What I see and, when you look around, are employees not peace officers. I see union/ association members vice oath keepers. It does not mean all or most are “bad”. It does mean that if you are “good” and don’t fix it you are just as bad.
    Living FL I see law enforcement employees shaking down visitors (snow birds we call them) to cover the budget. Not right. Not moral. Not lawful but within policy. I didn’t tolerate it in the Corps and sure as heck don’t tolerate it here at home.
    Thank you.

  • [8] March 12, 2015 at 12:27pm

    @ smokeyridgerunner1,
    You are right. The only way to begin to turn things right side up is to exercise overwhelming power at the ballot box.
    For those somehow disappointed by the performance of the GOP post landslide election, maybe it is time you actually thought for yourself and vote your conscience and force the electoral crisis that is fast approaching. The longer you wait to expose the defacto one party system we have the longer a rebirth of a constitutional representative republic is postponed.
    Thank you.

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