User Profile: johnbarlycorn

johnbarlycorn

Member Since: February 24, 2011

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  • November 22, 2014 at 4:36pm

    This entire buildup is full of setups from the left and right. They can’t start the next phase without the patsies.
    I just read a report that says the anarchist group anonymous has hacked a site that links employee Wilson to KKK participation. I pray to God that this is not true! It is bad enough with the first video of Wilson from a year ago acting like a thug is now out. Pray and then pray some more because if they get this fuse lite the whole beautiful police state will be rolled out.
    Thank you.

  • November 21, 2014 at 2:33pm

    Excellent! There was a time when situational awareness, thinking through a given situation, & moral authority based on legitimacy would make none of what is condoned today mildly acceptable.
    It would be worth a read to see where the younger generation sits with regard to over criminalization & employing the force continuum in all situations. I suspect that many here believe history, & therefore relevance & importance, begins & ends with their personal experiences. What I believe is being lost on people here is that this society is producing a rising generation that resents & will act, when given power, in their own self interest based on a common experience: personal survival of abortion on demand, a societal debt-load that renders them indentured servants for life, a legal industry and law enforcement industry that makes all forms of human activity criminal & uses it to target them for revenue, and the corollary – all legal system action has life time consequence.
    Caught in the monthly ticket/ revenue generation – credit and employment are impacted. Influenced by the cultural rot spewed out by the media – disease and addiction – funnel them into paying the tax consumers salary.
    As with all life & human history a culmination point is reached; an equal & predicable reaction will be; swift, arbitrary, serve, & merciless. If you think this through, why expect anything less? After all the next generation is being taught a hard lesson & they learn! Thank you.

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 1:51pm

    @ TallSauce
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    Please do not point out that law enforcement employees do actually “have to depend upon the consent of the public” in order to survive and receive a pay check.
    For any that read law enforcement websites and blog’s the paranoia is rising in tandem with the weaponization and loosening of rules governing employee conduct, policy, and out right crime.
    For me, it seems very clear that there is an orchestration on both sides of the planned confrontation. Perhaps even the apologists here will step back a second and analyze what exactly is taking place.
    Here is a quote that now rings true to me as never before: We’ve bartered away our right to self-governance, self-defense, privacy, autonomy and that most important right of all—the right to tell the government to “leave me the hell alone.” In exchange for the promise of safe streets, safe schools, blight-free neighborhoods, lower taxes, lower crime rates, and readily accessible technology, health care, water, food and power, we’ve opened the door to militarized police, government surveillance, asset forfeiture, school zero tolerance policies, license plate readers, red light cameras, SWAT team raids, health care mandates, overcriminalization and government corruption. ~ Johnathan W. Whitehead
    Thank you.

  • [7] November 21, 2014 at 11:07am

    Excellent point.
    I would expand your point; no law enforcement employee should be allowed to hide their identity unless engaged in an on-going undercover operation only.
    The mask is in fact a psychological device used to allow for maximum intimidation and freedom from reprisal for criminal acts.
    A question for a thoughtful reader: Why does a society accept those we anoint with limited immunity and state sanction to kill hide their identity if their actions are “good”, lawful, moral, and a benefit to the community and taxpayer? If we are a society of laws, moral, and just any law enforcement employee serving the public would receive the full support of the community would they not? If not, why not?
    There seems to be a fundamental disconnect here that directly impacts the legitimacy of all employees of this government monopoly union run industry.
    Thank you.

  • [14] November 21, 2014 at 10:57am

    Sorry there is no officer visible in this video nor in this story. What is visible and are referenced in this story are employees of the town’s local law enforcement industry branch exercising their prerogative to act criminally with impunity.
    This particular incident reminds me of the thug employee at the soccer game in TX attempting to trip students (female and male) as they rush to congratulate their teams’ victory.
    When, oh when, will readers/ commenters here begin to understand that these encounters are not, not race, ethnicity, language, or income based confrontations. All of these incidents are in fact the actions of a national on-going criminal enterprise.
    Being older, I remember when law enforcement crime was primarily based on theft (60′s and 70′s). Now days law enforcement crime has shifted to widespread criminality in terms of scope and violence. I believe this is a direct reflection of unionization, union promotion of immorality, and the adoption of a nihilist death cult ethos.
    As reference, I have been to this town on liberty(many years ago as a young Marine) from the jump school at Ft Benning. As with most towns’ feeding off the service member, the law enforcement employees did not and do not have a reputation of treating service members with respect or even within the law. I have no personal knowledge of how the children of this town view the members of this local branch.
    Thank you.

  • November 20, 2014 at 1:14pm

    @ JRook,
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    As others pointed out here, President Regan did not close mental hospitals. Not knowing your age I will remind/ inform you that it was a liberal cause & made the career (what a sham that is) of one Geraldo Rivera – did a series of “news reports” on the horrors of the NY state mental hospitals.
    Your comments on PTSD although appearing to diminish or insult actually have value. There are substantial & measurable differences between combat veterans from WWII & the current 13 year war veteran. Most striking of those differences is the number of shots and pharmaceuticals, as well as, the toxic environment (airborne deleted uranium particulates) unique to the modern battlefield and the cumulative effect on the Marine/ Soldier/ Sailor/ Airman in it.
    One of the great untold tragedies of modern warfare are the number of autistic children born to service members exposed to this environment. I know of no Marine that does not have at least one family in the unit with this heartbreaking challenge. I do not have the statistics but the military family has a much higher incidences of autism.
    For the stooges that bow and scrap regardless of how outrageous a government monopoly union run law enforcement industry member may act/ speak the following applies:
    They had a solid failsafe solution for the “mentally disturbed” humans 74 years ago in central Europe; concentration/ death camp. This worked for a few years but ended in mass death.
    Thank you.

  • [1] November 20, 2014 at 11:32am

    @ FIreInTheGut,
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    They had a solid failsafe solution for the “mentally disturbed” and “tard” humans 74 years ago in central Europe; the concentration camp/ death camp. This approach worked very well for a number of years until the intellectual and moral rot of such a policy resulted in all the non “mentally disturbed” and non “tard” humans receiving their just due; death, devastation, and eternal damnation since their national policy was anti God as well as anti-human.
    This particular video and incident is truly reveling with regard to the nature of and unwavering focus of the government monopoly union run law enforcement industry: Distain, disrespect, disregard for any and all that point out the numbingly stupid nihilism of the enforcement class.
    It was refreshing to see a law enforcement employee actually announce to the public that public perception of government is of no consequence. For those that will call me anti whatever; again it matters not what race, gender, ethnicity the victim is – eventually it will be all of us. It will just take awhile to get around to you. Comforting isn’t it?
    Thank you.

  • [36] November 19, 2014 at 12:41pm

    MJ,
    I will attempt to defend Reid:
    Senator Reid is the highest form of an evolved spices of anti-freedom, anti-human, unequal protection under the law, anti-Christian creature ever seen in north American in the last half century.
    No one can deny that Reid, his family, his backers to include a significant number of his fellow congregants’ and pay for play lobbyists have not benefited wildly by his use of parliamentary rules, corruption, intimidation, and official oppression.
    The skills: lying, stealing, fomenting criminal activity, and participation in an on-going criminal enterprise spanning the globe may not have been seen since the spectacular reign of Tweed and the nest of criminals in Tammy Hall at the end of the 19th century.
    This is no small feat. Imagine an enfeebled septuagenarian with no public speaking skills, no academic prowess, miniscule personal wealth pre-elected office, and demonstrably wrong on ever major issue of public policy since 1969 has been the master of every living person in this country for years!
    Harry Reid is “The New Man” and prototype for the remarkably reasonable and chillingly believable real-life 21st century hunger games!
    All that remains to be seen is if his surrogate/ alternative puppet Senator McConnell (studying since 1964 in the fine arts perfected by Reid) will be capable of matching Reid’s remarkable record!
    Thank you.

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  • [12] November 18, 2014 at 10:56am

    @ Mil-Dot
    I could not agree with your comments more.
    This is all orchestrated from the left and right.
    Everything that is being promoted via the media is setting the stage for a confrontation that will provide the excuse to expand the police state.
    Let’s remember this is not about employee Wilson’s color or that of the deceased. The only thing this is and should be about is the lawfulness of Wilson killing and unarmed man period.
    Just another observation if you will allow me:
    The FBI and DHS are hyping potential attacks on law enforcement calling this potential domestic terrorism. As a reminder, the accused “cop killer” in PA has been charged as a domestic terrorist – one dead law enforcement employee. However, this is the same FBI/ DHS that says the Ft Hood massacre is workplace violence. Odd isn’t it?
    Keep your wits. Be prepared. Stay vigilant. Think before acting and above all pray for your life/ family/ country.
    Thank you.

  • [11] November 17, 2014 at 1:33pm

    If the lawlessness and double standard ended with speeding that would be a huge improvement.
    Here in FL, law enforcement shakedown business to get “free stuff” proposition, rape, sodomize women, girls and boys, beat, steal, and deal and take drugs. Speeding is minor.
    Thank you.

  • [6] November 17, 2014 at 9:17am

    @ CHUTCHER
    Sir/ Ma’am,
    I agree with your sentiment however this did not begin with the current occupant of the White House.
    The structures that were put in place and the legal devices necessary to make any actions “legal” precede him as well.
    All should be concerned and on guard and not just from a leftist group of anarchists. It is a matter of court record that the KKK is essentially filled with FBI informants. Why would anyone believe this is not the other half of the crazies stoking the fires to ignite the conflagration?
    If someone was enterprising they might report the location of all the viper teams and the current position and status of regional fusion centers – most are on ot.
    This is shaping up to be a big event – perhaps the catalyst that many fear.
    Thank you.

  • [1] November 15, 2014 at 1:43pm

    @ CommonSenseCO
    Amen.
    Semper Fi

  • November 15, 2014 at 11:15am

    @ barber2
    I have found a thoughtful and responsible person! Well said. Spread the word we might yet say this country from itself.
    Thank you.

  • [7] November 15, 2014 at 11:12am

    Sir/ Ma’am,
    You miss the entire point. There are things done that should remain unsaid. The SEALS are not the only elements of national/ military power used to rid threats. For some reason there is this growing need for some to publish a specific event: political operatives, military members, contractors to agencies.
    In my humble opinion none of this benefits our country’s long term strategic, theater, or national goals and responsibilities.
    Since this is now in public view it makes other elements of the operation and decision points pre/ during/ post op available for review. If one where to look at this in a larger context this is pabulum for the Jerry Springer show audience dressed up as significant geostrategic news.
    Thank you.

  • [1] November 15, 2014 at 11:00am

    @ proliance
    You are right. The number of law enforcement incidences of incompetence prior to the staged race/ civil disorders includes the actual incident reports, lethal force report, and analysis of shooting geometry as well as demonstrating some repect for the remains.
    I am in full agreement with you regard the orchestration of race hustlers and anarchists in the subsequent days. Clearly, you understand that there is no actual good faith disagreement here with the crazies on the left and right. We all know this is a designed series of events post shooting to cause a larger confrontation.
    Thank you.
    PS: It appears there is new video, as yet unconfirmed, showing employee Wilson falsely arresting a man in 2012. Apparently, if true, the video and arrest report (charges dismissed) maybe the first in a series presenting Wilson as a lawless police thug. No matter where any of this goes the citizens are the losers in this game.

  • [14] November 15, 2014 at 9:57am

    That is one of the most reasonable and intelligent comments on this incident I have read.
    You should receive a consultant fee from Ferguson and St Louis county.
    Thank you.

  • [2] November 15, 2014 at 9:54am

    @ ModerateRepublican
    Your observation is spot on. There are a series of steps law enforcement failed to take making documents after the fact.
    Analysis of the departments actions post shooting should be the focus of the voters once this situation becomes old news and the screamers on both sides spurred on by the media move on to some new outrage.
    One would think the reason supervision is paid more is to follow laws, procedures, policies especially when the poo hits the fan. In this case that supervision did not.
    Just as in the military, when a unit fails to follow TTP’s and SOP when the poo hits the fan nothing good generals happens as a result.
    Just an observation of the steady drip of leaks: I thought that employee Wilson received significant head trauma/ broken orbital socket? I hope the adults get control of this and just present facts.
    Thank you.

  • [14] November 15, 2014 at 9:44am

    @ oldguy49
    Sir,
    Perhaps your screen name is not accurate. In the 60/70′s killing rioters and looters was not unusual (Newark and Watts stand out).
    You are playing right into the hands of those orchestrating a racial/ civil war.
    Again, this should not be about anything other than the investigation of lethal force used by law enforcement on an unarmed member of the public. Anything else is part f a larger agenda to destroy the country.
    Thank you.

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  • [2] November 14, 2014 at 3:13pm

    @ OhioRifleman
    Sir,
    Do something simple; go to a range where law enforcement trains. Observe the employees. See how long it takes to identify range violations numbering in the tens?
    Everything from being lazy with muzzle awareness to weapons condition to actual negligent discharges are the norm.
    While skills are better in a tactical/ paramilitary unit unless the sole focus of the employee is tactical the breach of basic weapons handling is exactly the same.
    Thank you.

  • [2] November 14, 2014 at 3:08pm

    @ OhioRifleman
    Sir,
    Having been a contract employee; trained paramilitary local state & federal units, with very few exceptions most of the units using the “tactical” designation are not trained, sustained, or meet the standard that the public is lead to believe exists.
    Security, breech, entry, sniper, and counter-sniper teams are only a small portion of the package that when done professionally in the right threat environment is a public safety tool. Most of the country sees local units, self anointed, performing no-risk, low risk routine policing activities in tactical theater.
    The skill sets necessary, the leadership mandatory, the zero defect standard compulsory for proper employment of a tactical paramilitary unit is rare and only resident in HRT and a few large city departments.
    What we all see is the explosion of half-baked wantabees jumping on the funding stream promoted by unions, DHS, and various private businesses & lobbyists for the equipment and weapons industries.
    If you think I am overstating the issue, how many paramilitary units in each state have conducted operations where actions lead to unnecessary destruction of private/ government property, unnecessary grievous bodily injury/ death of targets/ innocents/ government employees, negligent/ criminal discharges, & employment against the wrong target?
    This list is in the tens of thousands. How many supervisors, team leaders, operators, & analysts have been fired? You hear crickets! Thank you.

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