User Profile: johnbarlycorn

johnbarlycorn

Member Since: February 24, 2011

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  • December 20, 2014 at 9:38am

    @ Elena2010
    Ma’am,
    Thank you for the comment. When I first began to read this web site I thought there would be a concentration on news not shading and propaganda. The later are in abundance in the media.
    Statements from law enforcement industry representatives are PR structured devices just as any business would do. The difference, at least my hope, is that the editorial staff here would make some small effort to report just the facts.
    To you and your family, if you are believers, Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year. If you are not – Happy Holidays.
    Thank you.

  • [-1] December 19, 2014 at 12:47pm

    As with all things police state related, for some here, the actual policy aspects/ implications of observed trends outside of the stated and PR approved stories are mocked because they are in fact real.
    If you pay taxes locally and federally, which based on the comments of many on this site – I doubt they do – why would anyone with a fiscal mind and concern for husbanding the public treasure find a significant percentage of law enforcement employees being noncompliant with height/ weight standards as trivial?
    Why would taxpayers that are concerned about how their money is spent not be concerned about the percentage of law enforcement employees accused/ charged/ convicted with domestic abuse/ sexual crimes?
    The answer to both of these questions are the same as those promoted for documented police state abuse, law enforcement criminality, and legal system corruption.
    For a government monopoly union run industry that claims they are vigilant servants protecting the population from crime/ evil shouldn’t the taxpayer at least expect a fit employee as the minimum requirement?
    When one looks closely, the façade is falling apart. In the final analysis this makes the job of the Oath Keepers and oath keeping police that much more difficult. While on the subject of standards, the perversion of standards to fit female employees used by law enforcement has invaded combat arms and the effects will been seen perhaps in the gather storm clouds of war in Europe and Asia.
    Thank you.

  • [4] December 19, 2014 at 12:20pm

    Ladies and Gentlemen,
    This is a good incident. Why? Law enforcement used appropriate force to subdue a suspect based on the suspects actions.
    Now, what in the blue blazes does the editorial staff here have as a legitimate story line placing the ancillary voluntary duty of employee Gibson have to due with the main thrust of the story? Answer – nothing.
    I am Christian, a church goer, a member of a bible outreach group but when I perform my business in power boat maintenance and repair I do not introduce/ advertise myself as a licensed Christian mechanic!
    Once again editorial malpractice is present.
    Thank you.

  • December 18, 2014 at 10:21am

    @ katzkiner
    Sir/ Ma’am
    Actually the basic tools of the police state where put in place under Bush the younger.
    Regional Fusion Centers have been putting heretofore normal American values on the terror watch list for years.
    The fact that the military has periodically labeled these same groups as potential terrorists over the last five years should open everyone’s eyes. Thank you.

  • December 18, 2014 at 10:08am

    @ KennyDee ,
    I understand your comments.
    Now consider this;
    - law enforcement has much looser rules of engagement than military operating in Afghanistan and now back in Iraq.
    - Over the last 15 years all have seen the explosion in law enforcement use of deadly force.
    - Law enforcement has gradually expanded the use of paramilitary units and deadly force to cover any and all encounters with the population.
    - The legal industry and the courts that serve it have established that paramilitary units and law enforcement in general are above any and all written law.
    If you believe what you wrote, I advise that you begin to think in different ways in dealing with the threats to you and your family.
    Thank you.

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 2:53pm

    @ JacksonWahoo
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    You have read this correctly. It never ceases to amaze my wife and I when we read the paid trolls on here (some of them are also found on other sites as well) spewing propaganda that does not past the smell test if you had a sinus infection and were wearing a gas mask.
    You must take them at their word!
    The fact that this specific psychotic mercenary was being truthful and not shrouding intent in the union approved language of security, safety, and happy faces was a mistake. In fact what most believe in paramilitary units and much of all law enforcement industry as a whole is exactly what this goon articulated. They will as a group (there are moral and oath keepers still in their ranks) act upon whatever they are told to do to the population, most without hesitation.
    What makes you believe any law enforcement employee that violates his/ her oath of office on a daily basis will suddenly grow a spine and become a moral person when the poo hits the fan? Life experience tells the honest and aware person; once a liar, cheat, thief, and goon always one.
    Thank you.

  • [4] December 17, 2014 at 9:08am

    @ Cavallo
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    It depends on the caliber, the tensile strength of the steel/ composite vehicle hull material, vehicle type, and number of hits at the same point.
    Direct fire weapons,with the exception of rocket propelled shape charge warheads, are not a sound way to engage these vehicles.
    Use of terrain, restricting vehicle movement, forcing the vehicle to button up, and finally damaging the vehicle so as to be immobile thus forcing those embarked outside is the way to eliminate this type of threat in combat.
    Most of what you see is security theater since sound tactics and employment are not part of their operations. This is security theater because in 95% of the cases there is no real identifiable threat except for the threat these paramilitary units pose to the general population and infrastructure.
    Thank you.

  • [5] December 16, 2014 at 3:29pm

    @ jcldwl
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    If you read the Fusion Center outputs: Christians, Tea Party members, Gun Rights believers, Audit the Fed proponents, Small government activists, OathKeepers, Libertarians, and above all returning Veterans are all enemies/ suspected enemies of the state. It is all there to be read in their own words. Discount this anti-American mercenary’s words at your own peril.
    This is the face of what will destroy this country, kill you and your family, and end our constitutional republic.
    Thank you.

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  • [6] December 16, 2014 at 3:22pm

    @ Sargeking
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    He is neither a D or R. This is a mercenary force and it is pointed at all Americans.
    Thank you.

  • [19] December 16, 2014 at 3:20pm

    @ GhostOfJefferson
    Sir,
    This paramilitary mercenary is in fact the rule not the exception. We will all find this out if the course is not changed soon.
    Thank you.

  • [11] December 16, 2014 at 3:18pm

    @ RLTW
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    Immoral, ruthless and a full pledged member of the nihilist death cult.
    The unfortunate reality of the situation is that most of the local, county, state, and federal paramilitary units are filled with these type of windup psychotic anti-Americans.
    As Beck Says – do the homework. Research any and all tactical officer associations, blogs, and conventions. You will be confronted with a whole underground industry that is primed to attack whatever and whomever they are told to.
    The trolls here believe that they will be spared. They are going to be surprised when this is turned on them as history shows it always does.
    Pray, prepare, and wait.
    Thank you.

  • [1] December 16, 2014 at 12:41pm

    @ Tachy320
    A few observations:
    - A new law enforcement employee acts as he is told/ shown.
    - The suitability of this employee should be laid at the foot of the department training officer, supervisor, and department head period. If you pay all these high income employees to supervise and control why are they not held accountable?
    - This was assault with a deadly weapon. A tazer is a less lethal not, not a non lethal weapon. This employee once fired should be charged as any citizen would be for this crime.
    - In my experience (2 years as a contract instructor to agencies and law enforcement and 30 years in the Marine Corps, our oldest sons’ years as a peace officer post Marine Corps, and our middle sons’ 1 year as a reserve deputy post Marine Corps) we all believe that just as in combat as in the law enforcement industry, psychotics and cowards due this type of thing and worse. The difference is that you get dead or article 15 in the Corps vice essentially a free ride in law enforcement.
    Thank you.

  • [9] December 16, 2014 at 12:21pm

    This is a wonderful story and the correct use of law enforcement!. Adults with God given abilities exercising their right to defend themselves and their property.
    This is the best and most appropriate use of law enforcement; taking reports and transporting suspects!
    Dependent upon how unionized/ corrupt the law enforcement and legal industries are in a given locale always seems to be the governing element as to how a population conducts themselves as law abiding citizens taking care of themselves, their families, their church members, and neighbors.
    Thank you.

  • [1] December 15, 2014 at 10:13am

    @ The-Monk,
    Sir,
    Albuquerque is the current reining champion of police state murder as judged by body count.
    Obviously, the law enforcement departments’ teaching of a class entitled “Killology” has had wide consequence there.
    Now, speculation on my part, if law enforcement is threatening these attackers then it is likely that they are not law enforcement employees moonlighting.
    This will be interesting to see how it plays out.
    Thank you.

  • [15] December 15, 2014 at 10:04am

    @ AJAYW
    Sir,
    As in the past I agree with your comments. In my opinion, the systemic corruption throughout the law enforcement and legal industries resides in a few basic truths:
    - Government monopoly industries run directly/ indirectly by union money are corrupt.
    - Violation of an oath before God and man that is a routine and daily occurrence by all within these industries provides the currency for this evil.
    - This evil has no left or right political bent it is evil as policy for the benefit of those performing the evil alone.
    - Why anyone would expect justice and morality from a person wearing a black dress that is a critical piece in the police state is utter nonsense.
    Thank you.

  • [7] December 15, 2014 at 9:50am

    @ biohazard23.,
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    I differ with your comment. In my opinion the words most applicable to this piece of human dung is police state thug.
    In other news that may or may not be covered by the Blaze:
    The law enforcement department of Key West FL, FL Department of Law Enforcement, & newly reelected FL AG Biondi have be found out as murders and accessories to murder. You may recall the death in custody of 61-year-old Charles Eimers – a visitor to Key West. Standard law enforcement practice absent oath keepers; coordinated perjury to hide death by law enforcement post arrest, new wrinkle – trying to get the body cremated without family knowing, FDLE putting a friend of the employees that murdered Charles Eimers In charge of the investigation once video surfaced of him alive and well, and now audio of the killers post execution talking about calling their union rep for cover!
    What happened to the 10 employees involved in his execution/ cover-up; the two directly responsible possible few days without pay. The department & union that coordinated the cover up – nothing. FDLE that help the prosecutor no bill – nothing. AG Biondi that was reelected by union money and block voting – happy times. The taxpayers of FL – another huge settlement/ award for a police state murder. By the way, Charles Eimers was white, unarmed ad cooperating when executed.
    This has legs; verifiable murder & conspiracy that goes to the AG office.
    Thank you.

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  • December 14, 2014 at 10:25am

    @ Bearway64
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    As someone that spends a great deal of my work day driving between jobs, here in FL, the two most dangerous drivers to be around are law enforcement employees and older winter season visitors. They will both hit you/ kill you in a heartbeat.
    For @ jchristop,
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    I know not where you live. Here is something from our local area (the county just north of us) in FL and it is not unusual.
    A few months ago a Lee county deputy employee hit and killed a 15 year old child on his bicycle on his way to school.
    The deputy employee was speeding, playing with his computer, and crossed into the child’s bike lane.
    What happened? The child was found to be partially at fault because he wore a dark colored shirt, did not have a helmet on, and his bicycle did not have a zeon light on it.
    What happened to the employee that committed vehicular manslaughter? A ticket for careless driving, kept his job, and is happily patrolling.
    What did the law enforcement unions/ associations do? Went ballistic because a member got a ticket.
    Did the family receive a real apology or help paying for the funeral from these unions/ associations? Absolutely no way!
    Who will pay for the murder of this child? The Lee county tax payers.
    Thank you.

  • [2] December 13, 2014 at 12:00pm

    @ mrunner,
    Sir,
    You do realize that what these employees are doing is illegal, unlawful, and a theft of the taxpayers funds?
    The only way this action is not a chargeable offense is when people take the money making the unconstitutional stop a mutual consensual act.
    This is dog training and is used by law enforcement to put a happy face on a despicable act for those that fail to see the real action taking place.
    Question; if a driver failed to stop what is law enforcement going to do?
    Madness sure madness! Where are the oath keeping adults?
    Thank you.

  • [7] December 13, 2014 at 11:01am

    @ TROONORTH
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    Your comments are on point.
    Now, what about yet another group of law enforcement employees knowingly and deliberately violating their oath, the law, and the public trust? What about the basic concept of leaving people the heck alone?
    As a counter point in CHIPPEWA FALLS – local law enforcement pulled over a speeding car. The passenger was having a medical emergency and the driver explained to the employee that they were on their way to the emergency room – less than two miles away. Law enforcement detained them stood around (a total of 3 highly paid employees) waiting on emergency personnel and watched as Casey Kressin died on the road. Was any aid delivered by these employees? No. The employees just stood a distance back as Mr. Kressin begged for his life and died.
    I don’t know if the driver, Leah Hryniewicki, was cited an/ or arrested.
    I point this out for the simple reason that any and all interaction with law enforcement employees can end in your death even when you have done nothing wrong nor criminal.
    Thank you.

  • [1] December 12, 2014 at 3:37pm

    @ OUTLAW_WEALTH
    How about we due the Walmart cashier test on these law enforcement employees? Now, I know this is a horrible thing because these employees are good union members but humor me please.
    Did the employees follow the law? No.
    Did the employees treat their customers with respect and efficiency? No.
    Did the employees provide a favorable experience and inspire brand loyalty? No.
    Based on language, would these employees be hired by Walmart? No.
    I think now we know why Walmart remains union free and a viable business while law enforcement is a government monopoly union run industry that leaves those paying for it screwed.
    Thank you.

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