Sunday, July 6, 2014


Rarely do I ever leave comments on the YouTube website, and on those rare times that I do, they are almost always positive and complimentary. Every once in awhile though I run across someone or something that really ticks me off, and on a Blue Moon when my ire is up, I’m apt to leave a negative remark or rebuttal.

That “Blue Moon” was yesterday when I ran across the following video at YouTube:


I have a very low tolerance for injustice of all stripes, and just watching that video I could feel my blood boiling and about to go through the roof.

Then I started reading some of the comments left below that video at YouTube. There was a lot of the usual racial bullshit posted by the usual racist retards of all colors, but I also found some comments I agreed with and copied below:

Hey people, just imagine what cops used to get away with before camera phones. Just type in "cop caught on camera" on YouTube. This is happening all over the country, what seems like on a daily basis. Something needs to be done about police brutality, or in my opinion, there is going to be another Rodney King situation. Except this time it's going to be more widespread, because people have had enough.

There is loads of these types of videos on youtube and other sites of American police doing this kind of thing! American cops are the modern day SS, dirty fu#king Nazi's, a lot of racist comments here but the American cops treat white people this way also.

I'm from an old school police family. Grandmother and grandfather were cops. Cousins who were cops. I tried it a couple of years as a reserve back in the 90s. Not my granddaddy's force anymore though. These days, if a cop was getting his ass beat, I'd stand there and watch. I wouldn't do a damn thing to help. Fu#king tools of tyranny. I've got no use for a cop these days. I'd trust armed neighbors more than I do cops. I wouldn't call them for shit. 

Yeah, well I did it for a couple of years myself before deciding I wanted another career direction, and there's no justification for this. You're a fu#king moron. Disregard of authority does not lawfully justify such a battery, and if you actually knew a fu#king thing, you would know that much. He jerked her around like a rag doll and had her on the ground with little effort in about a second, yet you want us to believe that any "disregard for authority" coming from her at that moment warranted his beating her in the face? Shut THE fu#k UP you police state co#ksu#ker.

This is appalling that we let our government hire these thugs to drum up revenue for them, so they throw all these mentally deranged thugs on the street with a gun to shake us down. People fear cops more than thieves these days, all they are is revenue agents for the gestapo government we have. This criminal should get prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law to make an example that this type of police brutality will not be allowed by the AMERICAN PEOPLE NO MORE!!!

Then I came across a few comments that I felt compelled to respond to - and NOT in a nice way - because these yo-yos were justifying this obvious case of police brutality:

Fine, Hate the police, but the next time you need help because you have just been robbed, raped or even shot? Dont ring them because they are clearly "all animals"

STMcC [Me]:
>>... ‘...they are clearly "all animals".’

I agree with THAT!

The criminal is not allowed on the freeway.
It clearly is running from the law and attacking the officer. 
Too bad they only used the minimum force needed.

STMcC [Me]:
CALIFORNIA CHEEZ is probably just another cop. You can tell by the lack of intelligence in his comment and his loud approval of excessive violence. Just another Neanderthal with a badge.

I'm waiting for the day, and it's coming, when all hell breaks loose in the cities and the cops are going to find out just how much we normal, law-abiding citizens have appreciated their "service". We will treat them the same way they've been treating us for so long.

And, of course, the tough cops will all scatter for their lives and disappear from the streets... EXACTLY the way they did in
L.A. during The Rodney King Riots. We saw just how tough they really were then, when the going got tough and they got GONE! Psycho sons-of-bitches! They'll get theirs.

The bitch tried to leave the scene and resisted arrest, WHERE IS THE CRIME??????

Like i always say, Cops are jerks UNTIL YOUR COWARD-ASS NEEDS THEM TO COME SAVE YOU!

STMcC [Me]:
B.S., I mean, J.S. ~
I'm armed, I can take care of myself, so I won't be calling any tax-sucking government leech to help me.

The real "Coward-Asses" are the cops the moment the odds aren't in their favor. Those of us who lived in Los Angeles during The Rodney King Riots saw that illustrated perfectly. As soon as it got hot, the tax-suckin' fu#kers disappeared from all the L.A. streets for 3 full days.

When it was all over... the coproaches reappeared and started writing their traffic tickets again.

We don't need no stinkin' badges! Let's police ourselves and save the cities money. Most cops are already a-holes even before they graduate from the police academies, because the job appeals to a certain deranged mentality to begin with.

This next dimwit actually replied to the response I left to his first comment. He decided he wanted to try wordslinging with me. (“Alright, Lunger, let’s do it!”)


I will never understand why people give attitude and resistance to the police. Even if the officer is wrong, just suck up your pride and give the officer the benefit of the doubt. It's nothing personal, just business. If I am ever approached by an officer I always do exactly as they say for no other reason than to avoid further trouble and confrontation. 9 times out of 10 if you are respectful and courteous, you'll end up with a slap on the wrist if you're wrong. If you're not, then take them to court and work it out there. You've got to be a complete idiot to resist a cop on the street. You deserve a good beat down in my opinion for no other reason than being a moron. Besides, it's not like we're living in Russia or Afghanistan for Christ's sake. These guys are just trying to do their jobs and stay alive. There are a lot of maniacs out there in the public.

STMcC [Me]:
Aaron, you're either the most naive person I've encountered in six months or... you're a cop.

Start doing some Google and YouTube searches on "Police Brutality" and wise the hell up! You might also start monitoring the website and see how commonplace this sort of thing has become all across
America on a daily basis.

You've got a long way to go before you're educated enough to be taken seriously in a public forum.

Aaron Coulter's physiognomy


Naive? Isn't that the pot calling the kettle black. Just because I don't believe all of that conspiracy theory garbage about the US being a police state. I bet you're one of those nuts that believes that 9/11 was an inside job, and that the illuminate controls the secret world government. I don't know where you live, but the cops are doing a fairly good job keeping the crazies off of my doorstep. You go ahead and continue resisting the police, I'm fine with the way things are.

STMcC [Me]:
AARON, I retract my assessment regarding your naivete. It's now clear I drastically understated the case: you're just a simpleton (it's written all over your physiognomy) who embraces the black boot of tyranny.

You seriously need to smarten up in a big way! (I'll bet you still don't know that Barack Obama's long-form birth certificate was a blatant, on-its-face forgery, do you? If it were so, Fox News would have told you, right? Pshaw!)

Start following worthwhile blogs like the aforementioned, and also Pro Libertate, whose author William Grigg emerged from the womb knowing more than you do now!)  You might also try reading a book sometime. I recommend starting with The Bible because the coming Global Police State is clearly mentioned in God's Word (see 'Revelation'). 

I know you'll be one of those Americonned Sheeple in a brain haze, meandering in a FEMA prison camp and muttering to yourself, "How could anyone have seen this coming? How could anyone have seen this coming?" (Yes, the FEMA civilian prison camps are mentioned in official government documents, but one would need to take off their blinders and do a little genuine research to know that.) 

I usually celebrate the Fourth Of July by reading the Declaration Of Independence. I'll bet you celebrate it by suckin' on chili dogs down at the Tastee Freez. 

And here's a fundamental difference between you and me: I don't need the help of tax-eating, steroid-injecting, meat-faced cops to keep a fool like YOU off of MY doorstep. I could make you leave it in no-time-flat. Only a puss needs a cop to do what a MAN ought to be able to do for himself.


For Part 2 click HERE.
~ Stephen T. McCarthy

YE OLDE COMMENT POLICY: All comments, pro and con, are welcome. However, ad hominem attacks and disrespectful epithets will not be tolerated (read: "posted"). After all, this isn’t, so I don’t have to put up with that kind of bovine excrement.


  1. We just had a cop killed in the line of duty. Some "law abiding citizen" decided to open fire on his fascist ass with no provocation upon answering a call of shots fired.

    I don't dispute that what happened in the video happens way too often, even if it happens once. But I DO disagree with using these incidents as an excuse to bash ALL law enforcement officers at ALL times.

    I don't know what happened in your experience to make you feel this way. And I certainly know better than to try to change your mind on someone. But given one crowd of law enforcement officers and one crowd of those who attack ALL officers for the actions of SOME officers, I know whom I would feel safer with.

    Hopefully you will remember the first line of "Ye olde comment policy" and not get too yanked at me. But I KNOW that most POs are not jackasses like the ones everyone likes to post on Facebook. And I know that they do a pretty good and pretty thankless job. If that makes me less of a "man" that I appreciate their work and sacrifice, so be it. But maybe we'd have fewer "thugs" in this nation's police forces if more people would not see the crime of one rogue as the crime of all, treat them with the respect they by and large deserve, so that more good men would be willing to put their lives on the line for their "adoring" public. You want to call them all monsters, monsters you shall end up with.

    1. Part 1 Of 2:

      The first line of 'Ye Olde Comment Policy' is NOT idle yakking, so, yes, your comment is welcome even if you don't agree with me.

      However, now I must reply, clarify my position, and offer a suggestion.

      I am not and never have bashed all law enforcement officers all of the time. I am only bashing about 97% of them... all of the time. There are a few good cops, but they are vastly, Vastly, VASTLY outnumbered by the egotistical, petty tyrants on police departments all over the United Police States of America.

      What I said in one comment above was spot-on: this type of job automatically appeals to people with out-of-whack mentalities to begin with. If you think that most people become law enforcement officers because they have a natural love of law and order, truth, justice and the American way, you are mistaken. That may have been closer to the truth once upon a time in an America far, far away, but that’s not been true for generations now.

      You asked what happened in my experience to make me bitter toward cops in general. Well, I can tell you where it began... it began in the early 1970s. My Grandfather had been a Captain of the Police Reserves for years and when I was a young teen, he suggested I join the Police Explorer Program (a branch of the Boy Scouts dedicated to learning and practicing law enforcement work).

      It was 16 weeks of attending and graduating from the (highly stressful) academy where I learned my poise under pressure and really gained some independent leadership skills and self-confidence. So I won’t say the whole experience was negative, but THAT was pretty much the ONLY positive I took away from my 3 to 4 year involvement.

      Being at the police station about 3 or 4 days/nights per week, and getting to know cops in a very personal way, that’s where I began to learn what “MOST” cops are really like and gained insight into their psychological quirks. And most of them – I can tell you from years of first-hand, casual, personal experience – are indeed jackasses! And THAT was back in the 1970s! Thanks to Uncle S(c)am, since then police departments have become extremely “militarized”, more aggressive and thuggish, and have learned that they can get away with just about anything because they generally “police themselves” and there is very little citizen oversight.

      Continued Below...

    2. Part 2 Of 2:

      Since the 1980s, police forces have become TOTALLY OUT OF CONTROL. The “Us Against Them” attitude (i.e., cops versus the entire citizenry) that “my” police department had back in the 1970s has strongly intensified all across the nation since then, like by about 1,000 times over!

      And if you think most cops are all about justice and enforcing good laws... let me say this: When I was 14 and 15 years old, who do you think procured for me and served me my first alcoholic drinks? Our police officer advisors in the Police Explorer program. Who showed me my first porno movies at age 14? Who took me to a strip club at age 15? Yep. Those “law enforcement officers” who volunteered to be the official advisors to my Police Explorer post.

      As a normal, law-abiding citizen, the encounters I’ve had with police officers since I quit the Police Explorer program – and stories of police encounters I’ve heard from good friends and co-workers – have convinced me that things have only gone from bad to deplorable and fully out-of-control.

      >>... And I know that they do a pretty good and pretty thankless job.

      It is NOT a thankless job. Those tax-feeders make damn good money and get damn good benefits, and the job is not nearly as dangerous as they make it out to be and as people tend to think it is. I have been on countless ride-alongs, and knew many police officers personally, and I can tell you that it is not nearly one of the most dangerous jobs in America. Frequently aggravating, no doubt, but not nearly as deadly as perceived - which is why on those rare occasions (percentage-wise) when a cop IS killed in the line of duty, it gets lots of ink and attention. Because when you consider their numbers in the United Police States of America, it just doesn’t happen that often. (Also, officers frequently respond to calls and instead of bringing about a peaceful resolution, they escalate matters until there is violence and an arrest.)

      Police brutality has become as common as illegal aliens crossing the border and “most” cops have very little regard and respect for the people they “serve” and are paid by.

      I would likewise urge you to make a commitment to following on a daily or weekly basis the aforementioned websites and Pro Libertate (linked above). Then get back to me one year from today – we’ll say Fourth of July, 2015 – and let me know whether or not your perception of the average police officer has changed from what it is today.

      Thanks for commenting, Brother Martin.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      ‘Loyal American Underground’

    3. CW ~
      This only just now caught my attention, because I had just awakened from 7 hours of sleep when I last replied to your comment, so I wasn't even "Caffeined" yet...

      >>... "We just had a cop killed in the line of duty. Some "law abiding citizen" decided to open fire on his fascist ass..."

      Since when is someone who shoots a cop with no reason a "law-abiding citizen"?

      I'm pretty sure there are laws on the book that make shooting a cop (or anyone else) for no reason at all a crime of felony proportions (i.e., "against the law" or NOT "law-abiding").

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

    4. As to "LAC", hence the quote marks. Again, that sarcasm font would sure be helpful.

      As to the rest, I won't really debate you without numbers in front of me, but I think that a) your "97%" is way high, b) different areas, different experiences, c) I also realize some of them make "pretty good money", but if they're out there to take bullets that would otherwise be mine, I'm okay, d) I did mean in my "monsters you want" line, that I think if you run enough good men out you end up with the kinda thugs you describe- just like running enough good men away from the priesthood opened up the door for the child molesters. And in both cases, the problem is hugely exascerbated (sp) by higher ups sweeping under the rug rather than out the door- or as I like to call it, "look for the union label."

      Sadly, though, it may end up at the rate you suggest because the world is changing for the worse. I just don't think that "recite the anti-life equation and follow Darkseid" is in the oath just yet.

    5. Well, my 97% quote was not meant to be taken exactly literally but... based on my own experiences (which are considerable), and based on the many years I have been following the "police brutality" story, I would guess - in a very sincere manner - that probably 95% of cops nationwide are assholes with no real regard for the laws they supposedly "police" nor the people they supposedly "protect".

      As for the "bullets that would otherwise be yours", there just aren't that many of them to begin with. Check the numbers on police officer homicides in your city annually.

      The danger of police work is largely overstated. Yes, they have to deal with jerks on a weekly basis, but they themselves are mostly jerks, so it's just like being amongst family. (Which, granted, isn't always easy itself.)

      Most cops go through their entire careers without ever once firing their weapon. Many never even have to draw their gun in their career.

      Like I suggested before, track those couple of blogs for a year and then get back to me on this. I predict that your current opinion of the "average" cop will not survive a full year of close scrutiny.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

    6. Regrettably, I'm beginning to wonder if I would need to. When your reply came through I was on about my third story of regular reporting that backs you up. I'm not ready to give up the defense, but I can see that my low ball number may need to go up too. And that, to me, is sad. Not about any naiiveness that I am losing, but that we live in a world (and pretty much always have) where ANY human being can take on a position of honor and respect and shit all over it. Thank God I wasn't brought up to understand such people.

    7. We also need to keep in mind while we are reading these stories of police corruption and brutality that the ONLY reason we are reading them is because these are cases in which the cops got CAUGHT perpetrating brutality and engaging in corruption.

      Bear in mind how many cases of these sorts of things have yet to be discovered and brought to our attention!

      In the very first comment I posted at the top of this blog bit, someone named John Stevens wrote: "Hey people, just imagine what cops used to get away with before camera phones."

      He's right! It's only very recently that the American people have begun to catch on to how common police corruption and brutality is. I have known about it for a long time, but thanks to social media and cell phone cameras, it's becoming more difficult for the "coproaches" to get away with it.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

  2. I know that you do not watch TV (which is the only reason I mention this), but it seems like every other show on TV is a cop show. Maybe not street cops. But there is a plethora of CSI and its ilk hogging prime time. With the awareness that more and more people are accepting that police brutality does exist, and is a problem... Do ya think it is possible that the media is trying (and, in large measure, succeeding) at painting the cops as the good guys - always?

    Did you notice that Aaron guy totally had your number? You are one of those nuts who thinks 9/11 was an inside job and the Illuminati run the world! It's like he has read this blog...;)

    1. Thanks for reading and commenting, Robin.

      Shower and work calls, so my reply will have to wait until tomorrow. Yak then...

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

    2. ROBIN ~
      Yes, I think that the media has done a lot to portray cops in a positive light, and at one time, they were basically a bunch of hard-working guys who cared about right and wrong and bringing bad guys to justice. But much has changed over the decades and now that is not at all the case.

      The most noteworthy beginning when it came to cops and TV was undoubtedly the show ‘Dragnet’ about cops in Los Angeles. Ironically, it was also the L.A.P.D. which popularized the whole “SWAT” (Special Weapons And Tactics) concept for police departments nationwide, and THIS was the beginning of the “militarization” of police departments in this country. (Some years ago I read a fascinating book that included this SWAT/Militarization subject – as well as the background behind ‘Dragnet’, the Mob, the Watts Riots, and the Rodney King Riots. It was titled ‘L.A. NOIR: The Struggle For The Soul Of America’s Most Seductive City’ by John Buntin.)

      By pure coincidence, last night I went to one of the websites I occasionally read while at work, and there was a very relevant blog bit which I am linking you to below. (I clicked on the links within the article and found it all interesting.) I am surprised I’ve never heard of the TV pilot he mentions, but I’d sure like to see it TODAY!

      >>... that Aaron guy totally had your number? You are one of those nuts who thinks 9/11 was an inside job and the Illuminati run the world! It's like he has read this blog...;)

      Ha! Well, I can tell you that he is nowhere NEAR smart enough to have arrived at that conclusion by the simple comment I left for him. So, (being an awful lot smarter’n he iz) I knew IMMEDIATELY that it was NO COINCIDENCE that he slipped that into his reply.

      However, I don’t think he’d actually seen this blog.
      The thing is, although I edited it out when I re-posted my comments in this blog bit, I actually signed-off on all my YouTube comments with another one of my pseudonyms: ProvDog.

      But ProvDog is readily linked to me and my other pseudonyms (Fred Gurley and Stephen T. McCarthy) via Google. I’m sure that what tyranny-lovin’ Aaron did was just click on my “ProvDog” pseudonym, which showed him other YouTube videos I had viewed and commented on in the past. One that is very near the top (i.e., most recent) is a video featuring Alex Jones. Once steel-toed-black-boot-suckin’ Aaron saw the Alex Jones video listed, it was easy for him to assume that I probably believed (and rightly so) that 9/11 was an “inside job”. (The connection would have HAD to be VERY EASY TO RECOGNIZE for a guy like Aaron to have recognized it.)

      Robin, on a personal note... I DID receive your last E and I promise to respond over my next couple days off from work. I just haven’t had time yet, between work, home, and crying about the condition of my life, and contemplating doing “Something Big” about it.

      Thanks for being one of my most loyal readers and commenters. (If you’re not now #1, you’re damned close. Which reflects poorly on you personally[;-)}

      ~ D-FensDogg
      ‘Loyal American Underground’

    3. I just finished reading this blog:

      It was when I was formulating my comment for that blog bit that I was reminded of this one. I hope you take a moment and read that blog bit and my comment so that you can see how I got back here.

      The summer between my junior and senior year of college I waited tables at this restaurant/bar in Coral Gables, Michigan. It was on the lake and some folks would come in via the water because they had a large docking area for people to dock their boats. Since it was my first, and only, summer of working there and I had no previous experience of waiting tables, they had me work the breakfast lunch shift in their "diner" and then the bar at night. I made more money working in the bar, but the weekends were killers. I didn't get home until 3am and then was back in the diner at 7am. Not only was I exhausted, my feet hurt like nothing I've experienced since.

      But, that wasn't the worst part of it all. The people. OMG. The people. The rudeness. The demanding without a "thank you" and the people who would stiff the waitress. Like I said, the diner was much worse. I preferred working with the drunks in the bar. Most of the time they tipped and sometimes very well. But - overall- my impression of people as a species nosedived that summer. Had I stayed in a job that required contact with the general public... I am not sure what kind of person I would be today. One summer was plenty. People were considered insane and rude until they proved themselves otherwise.

      Now, keep in mind, that I thought I had the worst job the previous summer when I sold books door-to-door. Turns out that job was a picnic. And while the occasional person responded badly, I was often surprised by just how nice (and thoughtful) people could be.

      And that brings us around to the attitude of the average police officer. (Now, we must also keep in mind that many people who want to do this job are power-hungry and they see this as an opportunity to exert themselves over the weaker person.) But, I do believe that some of these people were perfectly nice until they job wore them down. And their mind set shifted from innocent until proven guilty to guilty until proven innocent. (Much like how I came to feel after three short months of working with the general public, and so far as I know none of them were criminals. Jerks, yes.)

      I think it takes a special person to do that job and NOT become jaded. Which makes it very understandable why people are afraid of the law and/or do not trust them to be there when they need them.

      How do we hope to turn this around???? No idea.

      As for my loyal readership... if you weren't so darn interesting, it really wouldn't be a problem... :D (I am not as good with the faces as you!)

    4. GIRL WONDER ~
      I read it. And believe me, I do know how "the public" can be. It ain't easy dealing with people.

      As for cops, few if any at all get into law enforcement work because they have a great love of law, justice, and serving people. Most get into it because it's pretty good money with pretty good benefits.

      It also draws a lot of people who have ego problems and want to get their kicks by knocking down doors and beating on people.

      Those people who do go into law enforcement with generally positive attitudes, just looking for a decent job which pays them enough to retire fairly early (like an old friend of mine did) often turn sour, angry and brutal because, yes, they are dealing with a lot of undesirables on a regular basis. That is bound to make just about anyone bitter (unless they are living a life well grounded in true spiritual beliefs).

      But the bottom line is this: If you can't do the job properly, without abusing people and becoming corrupt, and just basically an a-hole, then you should get OUT OF THE JOB and find a better line of work. No matter what, I cannot excuse police brutality! If the job has ruined their disposition and made them prone to brutality and overbearing policing, then they should do us all a favor and get another job.

      Robin, I want you to know that I have received the 'Numerology' Emails but I haven't even looked at them yet.

      First, I want to reply to your long Email that I’ve not gotten to. And I want to wait until I have some time to really go over the Numerology stuffs very slowly, carefully and thoughtfully. I don’t want to rush through something that you spent so much time and work on. But I promise to get to the Numerology charts soon after I reply to your Email (and THAT I hope to do tonight or tomorrow morning at the latest).

      Thanks again, and we’ll yak soon (be watching your Email InBox).

      ~ D-FensDogg
      ‘Loyal American Underground’

  3. Damn you McCarthy. I was just sitting here having my nice, nightly cup of coffee in peace. You sure know how to get a guy worked up, don't you?

    Just show me a video or tell me a story of a cop abusing power and my blood boils like a tea kettle.

    It's nothing personal, just business. If I am ever approached by an officer I always do exactly as they say for no other reason than to avoid further trouble and confrontation.

    Brandon's sister used to date a Denver police officer who beat the sh#t out of her on a nightly basis. Said police officer is also famous around here, because he beat a man half to death completely unprovoked, a young man who was on his cellphone trying to get his dad to come pick him up because overly aggressive officers were arresting his friend. The officer lied about it and said he was being attacked, but surveillance footage clearly showed him blindsiding the kid, who was turned away from him and talking on his cellphone. He then beat him with his police issue baton until he was unconscious. So if a police officer comes up to you from behind and just starts beating the sh#t out of you, you do exactly as he says and not complain because it's "nothing personal" and he's just "doing a thankless job", right?

    As a law abiding citizen with a clean record, I can tell you I've had almost nothing but bad experiences with police officers in my life. Very few of them are pleasant, and very few of them care to listen to you. I've even been pulled over by an officer who was having a bad day, who started screaming at me that by the time he was done with me I'd "never drive again," when I hadn't so much as sped 1 mph over the limit. He later claimed in the police report that my front wheel drive car was 'fishtailing the rear wheels through a stop light and "narrowly hit another car".' Wait, what? How is that even possible?

    I had to hire a lawyer and defend myself in court, and drop almost $2,000 just to defend myself because the guy stacked up so many charges that I would have surely lost my license had I not fought it. And yes, I won. They found he had absolutely no evidence to support anything he said and it was all dismissed. Too bad I'm still out $2,000 just to clear my name because some power tripping idiot was having a bad day.

    Oh, but wait, here's the kicker. He's famous too. He was arrested 2 years later for stalking his ex girlfriend and handing out BS tickets to the girl's new boyfriend because apparently that's how this guy gets his jollies - handing out BS tickets whenever he gets mad. Nice to know he does this on a regular basis and I'm not the only one.

    But he's just doing his job, right? And it's nothing personal?

    Oh, and to people who say sh#t like this...

    Like i always say, Cops are jerks UNTIL YOUR COWARD-ASS NEEDS THEM TO COME SAVE YOU!

    In the event of a true emergency, I know I don't have 10 minutes to waste on the police moseying on down to me. This is part of why I train MMA and this is part of why I'm armed. I know that in a crisis I have to defend MYSELF.

    So someone's breaking into my home, trying to kill me? Yeah, you bet I'll call 9-1-1... to come get the f##king body.


    1. 6-B ~

      THANK YOU!!!
      I thank you for “getting it”!

      Sadly, the cases you have mentioned – although you have personal connections or just “area awareness” of them – are way-too-friggin’-fuckin’-common in the United Police State of A-Fuckin’-‘Merica! Unfortunately, the majority of the always-conditioned, brainwashed, brain-dead, unaware, unconcerned Americonned Sheeple have no flippin’ idea that they have been under tyrannical assault for friggin’ decades! (The ONE thing you can ALWAYS count on the average American to be is… WRONG!)

      >>... “But he's just doing his job, right? And it's nothing personal?”

      Ri-iii-ght! He’s just protecting you from bad peoples like yourself.

      In truth, the police are nothing more than another tax-collecting agency for the government. Anybody who doesn’t understand that is dumber than I am (and I have NEVER claimed to have notable “smarts”).

      The general perception is that, overall, the cops are good guys, even though occasionally a couple of “bad eggs” slip into the system. I can tell you from immediate experience that this perception is 180-Degrees WRONG! The truth is that the great majority of cops are BAD GUYS, and occasionally a couple of “good eggs” slip into the system. But those “good eggs” often don’t last long, because they don’t want their personal reputations tarnished by their association with police officers, most of whom are just arrogant, petty tyrant thugs of the ‘Worst Degree’. (See the comments by PhrynosomaTexas posted above in this blog bit.)

      In our time, a lot of police officers are former military personnel. Which means that their best and most basic skills are... how to break things and kill people.

      There is another issue I could get into here, but I won’t, other than to make a brief allusion to it: The friggin’ cops are sometimes “required” to make an arrest in EVERY “Domestic Dispute” call. In those cases they almost ALWAYS arrest the male, regardless of the physical evidence. Never mind the fact that studies over years have shown conclusively that the women initiate the physical aggression in the majority of domestic dispute cases! (Add to that the fact that the great majority of female policemen are actually lesbians – as a former cop and former employer once confided to me personally – and, well, good luck to all you innocent men who are victimized by the system… and by the lesbians!)

      There is SO MUCH to this scenario, and I know more about it than 98% of Americans do because of my background and my close personal associations with various cops in various states.

      >>... So someone's breaking into my home, trying to kill me? Yeah, you bet I'll call 9-1-1... to come get the f##king body.

      Love it! That is the TRUE “American Spirit”!

      Can you imagine one of America’s Founders, like George Mason or Patrick Henry, calling the police because of an intruder? Pshaw!

      As the (true) saying goes: “When every second counts, the police are only minutes away.”

      Mostly what the police do, when they aren’t collecting taxes for the government or bullying American citizens, is write reports about the crime AFTER THE FACT.

      Considering that I was a high school football player and Varsity wrestler, and that my Brother Nappy is pound-for-pound the baddest, toughest mofo I have EVER known (God help the 6’5”, 275 lb. idiot who thinks he can easily knock out my 5’6”. 170 lb. Brother!), and considering our always fully-loaded firearms *gasp!* in the house, I’m sure you won’t be surprised to learn that we don’t spend much time worrying about (soon-dead-to-be) “home invaders”.

      I wasn’t bluffing when I told Aaron that he was a puss (instead of a “MAN”), to be relying on the cops to do what he himself ought to (as a genuine “man”) be able to do for himself, without the help of some tax-sucking government leech.

      LOVED your comment, Bryan!

      ~ D-FensDogg
      ‘Loyal American Underground’

  4. Sheboyganboy SixJuly 7, 2014 at 8:44 PM

    I couldn't agree more with your take on this.

    Did you see the news story within the last month of the police gunning down a guy in cold blood in Salinas, CA? I watched the cell phone video and then heard the lady filming it yell at the cops "why the f**k did you SHOOT him??" He had broken in to someone's house (admittedly a crime,) the lady homeowner called the police and the guy had left her place after "letting the cat out." He then wandered down the street, not stopping when the cops told him to. And then they shot him dead.

    Seems like a case of literal "overkill." A homeless man in Seattle was killed because he was a whittler and had a small knife a few inches long. He did nothing but hold the knife and was shot from 15' away. I seriously considered printing and selling "NO WHITTLING IN SEATTLE" bumper stickers. I think I'd have done good business.

    Case after case after case.

    And the current training is oriented NOT towards Protect and Serve, it is specifically aimed at stopping cops from even getting a HANGNAIL in the line of duty. They stop a bum on the street and soon five or six cars show up. If it is billed as a bigger threat then the SWAT van or armored vehicle shows up (now each little small township has one of the damned things) and armor-clad hordes pour out the back.

    Can you imagine if George Washington were to sign up as a cop in 2014? Every fiber of his being would be aimed at being the best cop there is, serving the people with highest concept of morality and no regard to self. All of the service to his country was in contradistinction to his own desires.

    How many cops are there like THAT? Few damned many, that's for sure. Those that do exist, if any, I applaud them.

      What I posted here about cops would, in the general Blogosphere, be considered controversial and wrong. But I am NOT at all surprised that the majority of my commenters see it the same way I do. And THAT is why I have ALWAYS said that my few readers are, brain cell-for-brain cell, the smartest in Blogland!

      I LOVE my readers, because you guys (and gals) are way ahead of the curve when it comes to political / Spiritual awareness!

      I had not heard about the Salinas, California, incident, but I DID know about the homeless Seattle whittler incident (and that one pissed me off big time, too!)

      Here's the problem(s)...

      #1: The police departments across this nation have been "militarized" (even in small and mid-sized cities). We need to ask, "WHY?!" What is the federal "scumvernment" expecting? (In truth, the question is: "What is the federal scumvernment planning?!")

      #2: Police officers are SUPPOSED to do NOTHING MORE than APPREHEND lawbreakers and bring them in for the courts to judge. That is their ONLY-FRIGGIN'-JOB!

      But instead, the militarized, steroid-infected, muscle-heads that we call "Cops" (many of which are former military personnel who have no smarts and no abilities beyond breaking things and killing people) have gotten the idea that they are three things in one: They are the entity responsible for arresting, judging, and punishing EVERYONE whom they deem to be a criminal. (And I can tell you from my own personal experience with a major police department in the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area that they consider EVERY citizen to be a potential - and likely - "criminal". They used to have a term they applied to every person who was NOT a Law Enforcement officer. I wish I could remember it - and eventually I will - but I can tell you that it was a very demeaning and exclusivistic term.)

      Although I have NEVER been arrested in the United Police States of America (Mexico, yes; U.P.S.A., no), there is NO ONE who knows better'n I do that the majority of police officers in this country are asshole, law-breaking, immoral scumbags!

      We would be much better off to do away with police departments (unless they became 100% under the authority of civilian review boards) and reverted to vigilantism. (I am VERY knowledgeable about American West history, and I can tell you that the vigilante system in desolate places worked way better than our current police state does!)

      Great, great comment, Brother Sixgun!

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

  5. Here is that particular Salinas video I referenced:

    I totally agree with the woman who was recording the event, in her comments just after they shot him.

    The police are sticking to the story that he was "armed with lethal gardening shears," and that they tried tasering him and it did not work. He would not stop, so they shot him.

    Sorry... no excuse for this much force. You can hear sirens in the background right at the end. Multiple other cops were almost there. Can't you just surround him and taser him AGAIN if it did not work before? If they really did taser him before (he vid is not clear, but I didn't see that.)

    It is not that everyone the police shoot is perfectly innocent, but in many, many cases it is a stronger response than is warranted, and it ends a life.

    1. SIXBRO ~
      Alright, I watched it, and it makes me sick!

      The quality wasn't good, and the person filming it let the action get out of frame at the moment the first shot, of several, was fired. But, it looked to me like the cop shot the guy in the back, and it looked to me like the cop was literally within arm's reach of the guy when he started shooting.

      If you look closely (I watched it about 3 times), when the guy falls to the sidewalk, he doesn't seem to move much away from the cop. In other words, the way I'm seeing it, there seems to barely be any separation between the cop and the victim.

      And, you mean those tough cops couldn't bring that guy down without killing him? And like you said, more cops arrived very soon after the guy hit the ground. They just couldn't wait for reinforcements and found a way to take the guy alive? BULLSHIT!

      That is just one more of the nearly countless examples of cops being what cops have become. Police officers have largely become a true menace all across this country. They disgust me!

      I feel exactly the way PhrynosomaTexas (comment in blog bit above) does: "These days, if a cop was getting his ass beat, I'd stand there and watch. I wouldn't do a damn thing to help [him or her]."

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

  6. There's a lot here especially in the comments and in my current vacation circumstance I can't easily do too much commenting.

    I'll just say that I'm no big fan of the police and justice system, but since I don't know all of them then I find it difficult to cite any statistics or make any blanket statements. I'm wondering if the biggest part of the problem doesn't come from the judicial system and the administrative bodies. Are they Dr. Frankenstein and the cops merely the monsters of their creation?

    Tossing It Out

    1. It's some of both, LEE. Many of the cops are ALREADY monsters before they even graduate from (or even enter) the police academies. Some become monsters later, especially when they discover that they can get away with just about anything because their department and the system will support and defend them.

      So, as is so often the case in life, the answer is: "BOTH".

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

  7. Ya know brother, I don't know. About Aaron that is? This guy just repeats the company line way too easily. This is why I don't do the net much anymore. Too many internet trolls out there and they know what their doing.

    1. BR'ER MARC ~
      I've been wondering lately whatever became of you. In fact, just a couple nights ago I went to to see when you last posted a review and I saw that it's been quite some time (February, if I recall correctly).

      I assure you Aaron does NOT know what he's doing. He's in the military. Need I say mo'?

      Aaron is just another brainwashed, propaganda-swallowing Americonned sheep.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

  8. Ya brother,
    It's not that I don't love ya. I'm back in school working on my next degree, got three kids with lots of therapies, and truth be told my health has taken a turn for the worst this past year. Just a lot of fatigue. Nothing diagnosed. I spend most of my time taking care of kids and waiting for the inevitable (without dwelling on it). Miss you though. I'm actually a lot better by phone. I should call you. I'm off every weekend.


    1. Sorry to hear about the troubles, BR'ER. And, boy, it sure does sound like you're derned busy and with your hands full.

      I'll give ya a call one o' these nights, Buddy.

      Hey, if you ever have the time and need a break, I'd love you visit my new blog and submit a vote anytime you can and want to.

      There's a lot of us doing this "BATTLE OF THE BANDS" thing now. On the 1st and 15th of each month we post two different versions of the same song and let people vote on their favorite rendition of it. Then one week later we add up the votes and announce the winner.

      It's a lot of fun, especially for people who are music fanatics, and I know you're one.

      In case you can ever drop in and cast a vote, here's the URL below (feel free to share it with anyone you know who might be interested, Br'er)...

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'


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