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The Mental Rapist; or FBI pre-natal Mind-fucking Primer 101

In Freud and the Police, Its for theChildren, Police abuse women, Police and FBI evidence creation and set-ups, Police Personality, security theater on July 20, 2011 at 1:33 am
FBI agent in 1939

Who is That Creepy Guy Around the Corner? Photo of FBI Agent in 1939 Image via Wikipedia

The FBI Describes Itself When it Employs Profiles.

Imagine if your daughter stumbled across this headfuck, “The Mental Rapist Enjoys Abusing Women,” an article purportedly transcribed from a conversation that someone had with an FBI agent about “mind-rapists,” which to the best of my knowledge means “head-fuckers.”

And nobody can compete with the big-budget propaganda campaign waged against your kids mind by the FBI with the exception of Hollywood, which is literally in lockstep with FBI propaganda.

The profile of the FBI is as an agency is that it is driven by pathological narcissism, which is a mental disease masquerading as a noble intentioned, but self deluded entity or person[s] *

I don’t know your daughter, but I do care about what you, her father or mother, have to deal with as she evolves into her own person.

And I care twice that your kids mind doesn’t get cluttered too early with police and FBI baggage–mind manipulation,  fear mongering, and propaganda as a tool of distraction away from real issues–like the fact that America is dropping bombs, and depleted uranium all over the middle east.

I mean, sure, the argument could be made that the Middle East isn’t in the FBI jurisdiction on that matter–but that didnt’t stop them from hunting down turr-err-isss’s in Germany, Iraq, Pakistan, et al did it?

And certainly, the companies that are dropping depleted uranium have headquarters in the U.S., right?

But they want to focus–and they want you to focus–on hypothetical threats to your child’s genitalia instead….WTF!!Q?????

Which makes me wonder what kind of people work there? After all we know that the FBI has a long history of pedophiles in the organization.

WE exist these days in conditions where online predators are the police, fetishizing your kids naivete, and more than willing to isolate her and wreak havoc on her conception of the world.

I care even more when I relaize how many FBI agents are women haters, patriarchs, or gender bashing, bitter gay women using their positions of trust and authority to get at, and corrupt your kids head;and sadly, they target, and focus quite heavily on your daughters rather than your sons.

Don’t get me wrong: I am well aware of how your sons are abused by society, because two boys are murdered in America for every girl killed , and how little attention young boys get when it comes to discussions about ‘protecting children’.

By the time your son reached puberty, he has likely survived a public shcool counselors recomendation that he take Ritalin or some other drug, a coaches recommendation that he “man up,” or in the very least, someform of ostracization because he resists male sexual programming. He has also survived numerous mental and physical assaults aginst his masculine traits by female schoolmates–by ten years of age. I understand that well.

But this post is about your child, and particularly your daughter, being safe from online interactions with police, and FBI agents who CRAWL THE INTERNET LOOKING FOR VULNERABLE, LONELY KIDS TO TALK TO.

And kids are smarter than we give them credit for, and any teen girl out there could stumble upon this post as I did. It is a blog post from awhile ago that got me thinking of the nefarious nature of police propaganda aimed at your daughter, online.

I couldn’t write better propaganda designed to attach itself to your young daughters mind if I were a pedophile gym teacher–it hits the center of isolation in the mind of any girl who feels she has failed at a relationship, been used by a boy, or risked her virginity in a juvenile attempt at love.

It is allegedly a mental profile of a “mental rapist” whyo uses the internet to “rape the mind”, and it’s full of all the right kind of weirdness that could help a girl identify what she feels is an even weirder young boy who hurt her feelings.

But what bothers me th emost, is that some FBI agent actually has the time to write such pap–and target it at a vulnerable woman, or girl. If that agent targets vulnerable women, what might they say to your daughter?

And all that language about “him” does not at all reassure me it isn’t a female agent impersonating a male, and describing herself–after all, the internet is full of weirdos, just looking to profile–or indoctrinate– your kids.

I won’t weigh in to the implications that this could be a fantasy of the blogger, or the entrapment of the bloggers mind, but it is what it is: a conversation between a vulnerable woman and a purported FBI agent.

Police play on fear all the time, and it’s socially destructive, creepy, and very, very police psychology oriented. Almost as if they are telling us what lurks in their minds, not in ours.

And worse, they now have access to your kids online.

* The police and FBI profile is one that includes narcisisstic psychopathology http://www.slideshare.net/samvaknin/narcissistic-and-psychopathic-leaders, particularly marked by unhealthy confabulation, meaning narcissists believe they are better than everyone else, smarter than everyone else, etc. because they are the good guys and gals, while forgetting the egregious, historic, criminal violations of US law that are part of their organizational structure.


The FBI eats child porn for breakfast–and lunch, and dinner, and while on break.

In Police and FBI evidence creation and set-ups, Police Personality, Profile the Police, security theater on July 12, 2011 at 1:37 am
United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzale...

Hi, remember me? I am Alberto Gonzalez, and I love BDSM and torture photos of 'ethnic men'. And did I mention that the FBI has the largest collection of child porn, dog porn, and war porn on the planet? We watch it, so you don't have to! Image via Wikipedia

“Things I Don’t Want On My Résumé,” part four, revisited.

The dailycaller.com reports on a much under-reported phenomenon amongst police and prosecutor types: they love porn, but even more they like demonizing civilians, and breaking the law while jerking off on the clock–it’s part of the police profile.

“Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder Thursday requesting an explanation as to why the Justice Department declined to file charges against a federal prosecutor with child pornography found on his work computer.

The finding against the Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) was made by the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG).

According to the Inspector General’s report, the AUSA admitted to spending a significant amount of time each day viewing porn at work.”

Read more

Apparently, war porn, Abu Ghraib torture photos, and images of little boys being f*cked in the ^ss are not enough for them.

Remember former Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales and his obsession with pornography?  He was a family values man–as most cops are–who felt that porn was a threat to the family–his own, apparently, but he, like many cop types also seemed to believe that committing perjury was not at all harmful to the kids.

And he once bragged that the FBI has the largest collection of child porn in the world. Curious what cops brag about, isn’t it?

Even more curious that every time the FBI gets involved in ‘combating illegal stuff” the illegal stuff proliferates, and is suddenly everywhere! Even nuclear bomb secrets, if Sibel Edmonds, former FBI agent is to be believed.

The FBI itself seems to feel that minimization of crimes and perjury by its agents is a major tool in the fight against the bad peeple, and at the time of Gonzalez’ perjury, which was covered-up by current FBI czar Robert S. Mueller the tird,  the FBI priorities were sort of lax on FBI and other rampant police corruption.

Mueller et al were just too busy chasing down terrorists, and orchestrating the dissemination of dog-f*cking porn to prosecute Gonzalez.

The Washington Post, noted at the time when the FBI kicked off its distribution and dissemination of illicit porn initiatives in 2005, that public corruption wasn’t even on the FBI radar of prosecutable crime.

It was officially, [.] fourth on the FBI’s priority list, after protecting the United States from terrorist attack, foreign espionage and cyber-based attacks. Just below those priorities are civil rights, organized crime, white-collar crime and “significant violent crime.” The guidance from headquarters does not mention where pornography fits in.”

I guess it depends on your point of view–after all, Alberto probably lied when his kids asked him about his porn obsession.He also likely lied about his enjoyment of BDSM.

And Alberto himself stated that he had ” nothing to hide,” before perjuring himself over the firing of 9 U.S. Attorney, and wiretapping fraud. And we all know how cops feel when someone has “nothing to hide,” right?

So there is little surprise when we hear of yet another cop caught loooking at porn, and kiddie porn–after all, we know how much the police want to love YOUR daughters.

About bad writing, and cyber war waged against citizens: prior restraint has a new meaning.

In Uncategorized on July 9, 2011 at 1:47 am

Apologies to the two or three of my readers who don’t work for some U.S. Intelligence agency:  It’s not easy being Green, because all the people and all the agencies that wage war against us can really fuck up your day, and make life difficult–but not impossible–for us.

Sometimes I feel like a little pig myself, shouting into a big hole full of cute, captive animals.


And they certainly can alter the quality,and delivery of content as I try to publish over the web–a sort of preemptive prior restraint that it seems, might have to get tested in court. Maybe if I just sold shit, and click-linked every word to something worth money, I would have an easier time publishing.

But I don’t market products, I offer ideas, not even products I used to believe in, like  Winnie the Pooh–coming to theaters near you on July 15th!

I now have to use a packet sniffer,and I keep logs of intrusion attempts,  and at times, because I am tired of my writing being worked over. I have to use anonymizing software to merely get my words published, and by that time, I have often been under cyber attack by some fat faced tax dollar funded American cop or other pork slurper, or a circle jerk full of  military or para-military douchebags at one of the many cyber war waging facilities in America, and offshore, where America lobs cyber bombs at itself, and blames others to raise cyber war awareness.

My links get lost, or re-linked, my finally published content drops a verb or a noun here or there, sentences get broken up, and the final, altered product looks like gibberish, and makes me look like a complete idiot. Which, obviously,  I kind of am sometimes.

For all of them, let me make it clear: if America were invaded by an enemy other than  Americans who are like you, I would swing the American door wide open, and walk that enemy up to your daughters playhouse at high tea, while your husband or wife is discussing Winnie the Pooh,  and sell all of you as an informants for the cause against you, and anyone else who subverts Constitutional rights that I hold dear, and that you toy with.

Does that make it clear where I stand, against you?

But for the two or three human beings left out there who actually read this blog, I want you to know that I would put my life in front of a cannon to protect your kids, and, metaphorically, have done as much my whole life, walkig the line between free speech, and oppression of that speech.

So to those two or three actual readers (you know who you are) I apologize that a lot of what I write looks like crap once it is written–every time I work around one of their hacks, it seems the local ISP’s step in and in InfraGard fashion —  even the Catholics are pissed about that private sector untrained spying–, subvert the fourth amendment, and obliterate any semblance of the enshrined concept of prior restraint against publishing.

Sometimes, it takes me up to a couple of hours to publish a story because of how many intrusions they attempt while I publish; other times, I get the dreaded error that the ISP did not renew my address on the network.

And I take full blame for that–after all, if I wrote positive things about the collusion and co-option of feminism by the CIA, I probably wouldn’t get hacked as much as I do. If I believed that the DEA, ICE, FBI-CIA, NSA, et al were actually the good guys, I probably wouldn’t have to cut my internet connection every time some spook decided to re-direct my web searches to g-d knows where.

If  I am seeking a link about the failed drug war in Mexico, the CIA raping boys in Iraq,  Americas use of children as sex slaves, or especially for some odd reason, Rusty E. Nelson, I have been taken to places I never wanted to go–and believe me, I didn’t want to know what America is doing to foreign children, or how the DEA-FBI-ATF drug trade really works in Mexico.

If I wrote that Police Officer Smiley really wanted to give your kid a candy-sucker, or a chocolate banana, with no deeper, or creepy metaphorical intention than that  I would probably not get my internet connection cut or dropped by the local ISP as often as I do.
And maybe, if I believed, as most allegedly left leaning, or social justice minded people do, that false rape allegations are a necessary tool in the war against oppression, and barely exist, and just shut up about it, I would even have more readers–not that I need them, because this blog is 99% NOT ad supported, other than that WordPress.com offers one of simplest, and coolest blogging platforms out there, with e-blogger running a close second.( That’s the entirety of my commercial message).

But they’re  not right, oppression of one leads to oppression of all–have you ever noticed that it is left leaning, socialist, democratic, or other progressive men that get set up in false rape allegations? Cops win, every time a woman falsely accuses a man of rape, and ordinary wome lose when they buy into mass-market feminism.

But often when I publish, these things happen: my internet connection suddenly times out when I publish, after hours of problem-free surfing; my internet connection suddenly freezes up; I get a suden flashingscreen and cannot publish ( a DOS attack); the local ISP “we can’t find what you are looking for” page, especially from Qwest Communications, which is so obviously a tool of the FBI and Infragard.

This is what I get for speakin' me mind.

So, again, I apologize for the inconvenience of having to read me. I am working on ways to subvert their subversion of my writing, starting by pre-writing everything offline.

In the meantime, do you think, or write about things that are not in line with the American war machine and its allies, like depleted uranium used on children in Iraq and elsewhere  , or the CIA manufacturing of consensus in America despite an explicit reference in the CIA charter  that says that they cannot operate in a domestic capacity? Or how the FBI is in collusion with international cabals and local feminists to stifle dissent?

I do write about those things, and I drag up the ghosts of Americas past, like the rapes of women in the Viet Nam war, and I like doing it. It makes me feel like life is worth living, because otherwise, dissent gets crumpled under their official version of events, despite their illegal and often unethical motivations, as they wage war against reason, against truth, and against justice.

And they wage war against the future generations of children that could be born outside of their man-sweeping, bomb dropping, woman killing, child murdering, child raping perpsective of reality.

But if you write like I do, just so that there is a voice against these monsters, here are a few tools you can use to protect yourself against police intrusions into you computer, or to monitor them once they are there. And always, always keep log files, and back those files up above everything. You never know when they will come in handy–so use anonymous e-mail resenders, and send backups everywhere you can.

LulzSec – TPB: Just another CIA or FBI Tool?

In Police and FBI evidence creation and set-ups, Police Hack Privacy, security theater on June 18, 2011 at 12:14 am

LulzSec – TPB.

If I wanted to get the message out there to the simple minded that  ” America is weak to cyber attacks,” then LulzSec, and its latest alleged breaches would be just the right thing.

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They allegedly hacked the web sites of the CIA and the U.S. Senate, which makes me ask: is LulzSec just another PR flac doing the work of US government disinformation-just another pimple faced bunch of US soldiers within the ranks of PsyOps, hacking away at leads given to it by its superiors?


Tony Bradley from PC world.com says “While I don’t support or condone the actions of LulzSec, or other hacking groups, these early attacks were easy to accept due to the noble vigilantism in them. There was also an assumption–at least by me–that the attacks were complex, and required dedication, and a significant investment of time and effort to stage.

Not to take anything away from the skills of the LulzSec members, but in retrospect I think I may have been giving the network and server security of the targets more credit than it deserved. The relative ease with which LulzSec is taking down sites and compromising data suggests that it is fairly trivial, and that these organizations have little, if any, defense against attack.”

I agree, except that I initially admired what Lulz was doing, but my opinion changed when they did s/th as immature as to hack a mere webpage or two of the people who have hacked away at American freedom since they killed Kennedy.

If LulzSec were just another spook-shadow of the US governments illegal activity designed to drive a propaganda campaign against our privacy rights, it’s working.

After all, they barely make any real difference other than to align themselves lockstep with US government fear mongering and propaganda–and the information LulzSec does get just sucks.

Hacked passwords? You can buy them on line every day. Hacked porn passwords? You gotta be kidding- most porn sites give you passwords or memberships for free. And who spends money on porn anymore? The web is full of free porn–and government redirection and honey-pots attached to that porn.

A real exploit was what Bradley Manning allegedly did. Wikileaks is the ultimate exploit.

Hey Lulz-try to gain access to a database that contains the digital copies of all of the data about the US government and CIA programs of destabilization like MKULTRA, MONARCH, or PAPERCLIP–the good stuff that didn’t get shredded.

If the CIA has tools to hack even one persons mind-as in the Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib torture scandals–or entire nations, like what was done in Viet Nam, or Libya today, that would be the exploit maximus.

But porn passwords, and Sony e-mails? That shit is nearly free[ in case you need it tho], but we citizens have paid dearly for the data in those CIA databases, and we still haven’t hacked our rights to it–or to transparency in government, much less those files of CIA abuses around the world, or the FBI peeking around your doorsteps.

Hey Lulz, if your aim is to enable the US gov’s sneak and peak campaign, your exploit worked-you’re being exploited as we speak.

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American Police want to fuck your daughters

In Freud and the Police, Police abuse women, Police and FBI evidence creation and set-ups, Police Personality, Profile the Police, Uncategorized on June 2, 2011 at 12:31 am

America wants access to your daughters

…and if they can’t do that, they have all kinds of ways to touch them, feel them up, or tickle their minds—and yours too, not least of which is to claim that women overseas need their veils lifted.

Whereas Egyptian military and police even perform virginity checks by peering into young women’s vaginas, here in America, we still rely on the mechanisms of police infrastructure, and Child Protective Services virginity rituals, like forcing children into contact with the anatomically correct doll, which routinely leads to false positives of child abuse.

So, it appears that police around the world are catching on the techniques of social control that American police have used for years.

CNN reports that Egyptian military police not only performed virginity tests on young women protesters, but that they did it for their own good.

“The [un-named] general went on to insist that the tests were necessary because “we didn’t want (the women) to say we had sexually assaulted or raped them, so we wanted to prove they weren’t virgins in the first place.” the military denied the accusations, but in the past few days, a senior general has confirmed to CNN that indeed, the virginity tests happened.

The general justified the abuse by saying these women “were not like your daughter or mine. These were girls who had camped out in tents with male protesters.”

Even though the Egyptians are still a bit more transparent than American police, the tactic is the same: victimize dissenters ( and their parents)or the under classes, blame the victims, cast a shadow of doubt by implying “these people are not like you or me”, and then backpedal and do damage control in the press.

Sounds a bit like the CIA’s pet project, the MKULTRA descendant of the “child abuse witch hunts” of America in the 1980’s.

American Police and social workers kidnap American kids all the time.

American police act within the agency of Child Protective Services to steal American children  and then ritually rape them with MKULTRA-like processes of brainwashing, experiential sublimation, and ritualized shaming of their actual parents.

And when they discovered some success with that means of social control, they exported mind control and rape ideology overseas.

“The CPS steals children using the system paid for by citizens who believe it is being used to protect those in need. That is a fraud; the system actually pumps money into the personal accounts of all those involved in the system, converting children into cash while destroying them and their families.The number of children who emerge from the system, able to function normally, are near zero. Some are never seen again.”

American Social workers kidnap children[ here, and here]   and American religious fanatics like Michelle Bachman adopt them, or “take them in” to foster care, inserting their ideology into traumatized children. Michelle Bachman and others like her also get paid to “foster” children.

(foster care paycheck amounts for Minnesota could not be found in the official record, but in California, for each foster child placed in your home, you will receive a foster care reimbursement …from $446 to $ 667 per , “ and special needs kids pay out at $84.00 or $169.00 per month higher.)

Michelle Bachman also gets paid state dollars and uses them to brainwash vulnerable people with Christian fundamentalist brainwashing. 

Despite Americas propaganda machine whitewashing the kidnap of American children, Americans are no strangers to lifting Islamic womens veils either.

Remember this headline, from 2001, when America began its invasion plan of Iraq, instead of finding Osama?

I do. “Lifting the Veil on What Afghan Women Really want.”

That headline and its variations has been the voyeuristic call to arms ever since, and it appears that as the Western media focuses on eastern peoples, our own military men and women are craving access to virginity cloaked in noble sounding phrases of liberation.

It’s as if Americas whole inward repression of sexuality, and CIA initiated sexual experimentation resulted in a sort of mechanized, ritualized, and fetishist objectification of women overseas–as if western women’s sexuality has dried into a prune-state, and they seek to lift veils of women elsewhere.

Americas military, in sync with international financiers, and CIA cultural control planning, is just the tool to get that job done, too: they start with your daughters.

US and western backed policy has led to 2 million rapes, and 6 million deaths in the Congo in recent years, according to some sources, and some fancy math.

That is no small estimate, either, because it comes from a study published in the American Journal of Public Health ( for those of you who need official sources)

I say fancy math, because the tradition here in the west is to minimize, or under-estimate the deaths of males, while inflating evidence of rape (using the magic of definitional biases, sliding scales of what constitutes a rape, and womens groups who ignore, or conflate the deaths of men with “mens choices,” while maximizing and blaming the impact of rape on “mens choices” as well. The New York Times can explain the Congo Rape math better )

The fact remains: American soldiers are the ritual rapists of nations, and value systems that differ with capitalist agendas, and American women are more than complicit in that rape.

They have put their ideology into and under the lives and veils of the daughters of the middle east.

What’s next, Jasmine Revolution?


Police hack computers

In Police and FBI evidence creation and set-ups, Police Personality, Profile the Police, Supreme Court complicit with police power, Uncategorized on May 31, 2011 at 9:49 pm

…and often plant evidence, malicious computer code, and other mal-bots, but it is remarkably hard to prove.

Even harder to prove once they manipulate, destroy, or outsource the evidence.

Despite years of the FBI claiming noble moral high ground

”]its secret programs of hacking, placing back doors in victim computers, and planting viruses on cell phones, America now claims the right to call other countries hacking an “act of war?”

WASHINGTON — In its first formal cyber strategy, the Pentagon has concluded that computer sabotage by another country could constitute an act of war, administration and military sources told NBC News on Tuesday, confirming a report in the Wall Street Journal.”

Most hacking done by the United States government is intent on breaking in to computers of foreign nations and dignitaries. Using CIA complexes in Langley Virginia and its surrounding regions and in sync with the NSA in Fort Meade MD, they do the majority of their cyber-crime. American spy networks also use libraries and college data bases that are often unwitting hosts of hidden CIA , and NSA use or  infiltration.

But the real dirty work is often outsourced to private companies, or done by the U.S. military from offshore locations in the Eastern Bloc countries, the Philippines, or by using front companies that provide server space in other host nations.

‘How the world works’
Rich Mogull, analyst and CEO of Phoenix-based security research firm Securosis, noted that governments and defense agencies have been spying on each other throughout history. Computers have just made it easier to do so electronically.

“This is just what countries do,” he said. “It’s the unfortunate reality of how the world works.

Our government hides its tracks fairly well, using massive networks of phony and anonymous IP addresses, and malware that writes code onto hacked hard drives, and then erases itself after their dirty work is done.

But who can stand against the overly- burdensome rights of corporations who are known to flout policy and law? American corporations have formed unholy alliances and smashed the rights of other nations for years, most recently in Colombia, where America has for years been the primary distributor of cocaine, murderer of workers, and suppressor of the truth until it became a politically untenable position.  (abused people and relatives of murdered victims sue Chiquita for 1 billion)

Perhaps the biggest threat to the rights of human beings, and individuals, who uphold individual rights for human beings, is the privatization of spying. Given what corporations have shown us in the past, the future of actual cyber-security looks glum, negotiable, and unaccountable.

Cops think guns are penises…

In Police Personality, Profile the Police, Uncategorized on May 17, 2011 at 11:43 pm
Common chimpanzee in the Leipzig Zoo.

Image via Wikipedia

and they like to play with them, and try to impress women, just like chimpanzees.

Cops also often intervene in “domestic violence,” with only one thought in mind: men are the sole perpetrators, women are victims, and cops are the “heroes”–even though statistics clearly show that women initiate violence more often than men, and often with another male accomplice to cover her tracks. Worse,  men who find themselves caught in the cycle of domestic violence ( where more often than not women are the initiators of the violence) are at risk of being murdered by police, even though cops themselves bully women. 

If a cop even tries to take a stand against violence, or the homicidal nature of police in America, he is likely to be labeled a coward by other police. Then, an official black-balling takes place, and a smear campaign behind the scenes. Police even think its o.k. to beat men in wheelchairs, even after those men are handcuffed. You can mosy over to Detective Shaved Longcock, and get an address of where you can write to the cop who beat the guy in the wheelchair, or tell him what  a nut I am for saying that cops are stuck in the phallic stage.

But in the US Virgin Islands, an off-duty ATF agent murdered a man who was one half of a domestic dispute. The ATF “investigated” William G. Clark, and found him “not guilty,” without a trial, or civilian review. Most police misconduct is covered up before it ever goes to trial, and before the public ever gets to see the facts.  We  all know the biases, deceptions, and cover-ups that are the very heart of police investigations.

The Virgin Islands prosecutors came to a different, and more plausible, fair, and human decision: they decided that the ATF agent should face a trial, like any civilian in a similar situation would face.

But American cops are above the law–they are better than you apparently.

“The prosecution of Special Agent William G. Clark for the 2008 shooting death of Marcus Sukow has enraged many federal law enforcement officers, who say Clark was heroically coming to the defense of a battered woman.”

Notice the use of the word “hero.”  Since when did murderers hiding behind badges and killing unarmed men in cold blood become heroic? In the old days, shooting an unarmed person was considered cowardly. As some have noted, “Unleashing a hail of hollow-points without those qualifying conditions is the mark of a coward.

I suspect that there is something of an inferiority complex in the mind of every cop, and that leads them to become bullies in search of victims. As I have discussed earlier, they are also prone to latent homosexual idealization that makes them prone to desire physical contact with other men ( and female cops desire as much from women, but that is another subject) and Sigmund Freud might conclude that a male cops desire to “please the father” is at the root of the problem ( pun intended).

There is also a concept in biological science that states that there is a type of animal that, due to its inferior social status, or inferior physical size, seeks to mate with the mates of others,but on the sly, so that they don’t face consequences. I think cops are like that, despite the fact that many of them are religious. This entire event actually mirrors chimpanzee mating mature: females are promiscuous–slutty, in American terms, or generally just ‘different’ ,because everything turns them on,  and some males are violent in order to gain sexual access to those females.[in case you want to study similarities between chimps, and police]

So, cops are very chimp-like and they use the overblown social control mechanism of “domestic violence” to attemp to insert themselves into the relationships that other males have with females, and establish themselves as idealistic “better mates” for those females. And, it appears, that police generally have been having mating success, mating with violence prone, or violence driven females, because the police power has grown in America in the last several decades, OUTSTRIPPING MANUFACTURING, OR OTHER FORMS OF ECONOMIC POWER.[ harassing citizens here, and harassing journalists here; are we facing a police state morality crisis?]

“According to a police affidavit, Clark was leaving his condo when he encountered Sukow and his girlfriend, Marguerite Duncan. They had been drinking and were having a “disagreement.” Duncan asked Clark for a ride to the guard gate and got in Clark’s sports utility vehicle,” and even though Ms. Duncan claims she never asked for or wanted help from that cop, he stayed around to act like a hero.

What we have, then, is a male, who uses a female who is using another male to gain some favor ( an initiator of much domestic violence is womens’ infidelity, or lies, or implied violence via other males).  That secondary male, who has made himself available, and idealizing itself as a hero, complies. Never mind the sort of manipulation that was taking place: that female chose Marcus Sukow, a 260pound man, as an initial mate; never mind that she was asking a cop with a gun for ‘help’; and never mind how that cop complied so readily and so easily–such is the social structure of chimpanzees, and many other great apes.

But what really matters is this: do we as a society want to be governed by people who act like apes? Or by people who uphold ape-like behaviors? If so, we have become an ape-ocracy, not a democracy.

According to both investigations, Sukow struck the ATF agents car with a flashlight, which, in the American mind, justifies the use of deadly force. The cop had many choices he could have made:

1) he first could have-and likely should have–called actual local police ( since when is it the business of the ATF to intervene in domestic disputes? I am certain they sit back, and watch women get abused all the time, especially if intervention could jeopardize some case they are making against a dealer. Hell they sat back and watched as all of Latin America’s women were pimped out, sold, beaten, or otherwise abused when it was in the US interest to sell drugs–remeber Iran-Contra?)

2) he could drive away, and get the woman to safety–if in fact safety of that woman was the issue, and not the cuckoldry of that 260 pound man; or the desire that cops have to seek attention for heroic behavior, even if that means creating that “heroic” act.

3) the cop could have used non-lethal weapons–cops surround themselves with weapons of all kinds, as they perceive the world to be a threatening place ( you should see how slow the internet connection becomes when I punched that phrase in).

4) the cop could shoot the un-armed man dead. Cops love to play with their weapons–a sort of sublimated phallus, and murder for a cop is a sublimated act of sex.

Guess what the American cop did? The cop shot the unarmed man, instead of driving away, using a taser, or calling proper authorities, like any normal American citizen is asked–told– to do.

Both sides agree that the murder took place this way:

“Mr. Sukow stood there with his hands at his side when William Clarke [sic] discharged his firearm at him several times.” Five times, actually.

What would you have done?  And how long and for what will you tolerate this behavior–this mindset that police have a right to not only insert themselves into situations where they may or may not be required, and to kill first? Are you waiting until American democracy has fully  dissolved, or are you in some way to afraid to speak up, or too paid off by capitalistic complacency to notice?

But I know we share this in common: shooting unarmed people was always considered the act of cowards.

My idealism prefers to imagine another way of doing business, but first, we need to get the apes out of the picture. We need to stop fearing the apes, and when we catch those apes doing bad ape-like things, we need to follow the lead of the Virgin Islands, and put those apes behind bars. These American ape-minded police are ruining it for all of us.

In the meantime, if you encounter an ape, or are accosted by a cop, advice for your safety from them harming you is the same as it is for an encounter with a violent ape or a chimp: “The best way of keeping yourself alive after coming across a great ape is to stay calm, try not to scream and avoid running away,” and if that doesn’t work–and if you can get away with it–you can shoot them. They would probably shoot you, if actual chimpanzees could use guns.

But I don’t recommend that–there are enough chimp-like cops  out there doing that already.

Cops/ CIA uphold lies,set-ups, false evidence, and conformity

In Freud and the Police, Police and FBI evidence creation and set-ups, police and repressed homosexuality, Police Personality, Profile the Police, Uncategorized on May 11, 2011 at 1:38 am
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This is in the “you can’t make this shit up” category.

Do you have a VFW in your town? Let me guess: beyond the regulars, and old soldiers and sad stories of wars long gone, the place is peopled with another kind of story: the local hookers, the drug dealers and dealings, the small minded ex-military men with huge wimp-chips on their shoulders instead of shoulder boards; riff raff, occasional hipsters, and more gossip than you never asked for.

Soldiers, and ex-soldiers are quite a gossipy group, and are not afraid to eat their own if they can improve their inner illusion of attaining some kind of rank. We learned that when they killed and ate one of their own, Pat Tillman, early in the ongoing “Afghan conflict” .

Pat Tillmans little finger was literally worth more than all of the soldiers who killed him in “friendly fire”, and a soon to be released documentary “The Tillman Story” discusses that. Tillman gave up millions of  dollars per year as a pro footbal star to join the military and fight for American ideals–what he got was set-up, and murdered at the hands of his own men.

Soldiers can be such transparent, petty little bitches sometimes, especially around alpha males, and twice as petty when they are just drunks hanging on for dear life and any semblance of an ‘identity’ they can scrap up after failed military careers. Never mind PTSD, many of these “hangers on” would be drunks with or without having “served.”

Well, here is a story that happened last night, at one of  Minneapolis’ own, and recently sort of “hip,” VFW Posts. I was no sooner in the door before I had an earload from the bartender about the local post and its heirarchical power struggles and illusions of democracy “by committee,” and how the ability to bring “issues” before the committee was an asset because “only the committee can decide what to do when shit gets out of control.”

The issue this night was that the bartender, a large, 300 plus pounder–who was grasping at the ear of one of the senior committee members getting sloshed at the corner of the bar–had been having trouble with a drug dealer, and that the dealer was the son of the president of the “committee”. That drug dealer was dealing to members of that post, and that drug dealer was known by all to be a drug dealer–which is why he was there; an essential part of the nightlife in that establishment.

The president of the VFW committee’s son had been dealing drugs from behind the bar, and that made it hard for the big whiskey faced bartender, who is a firm advocate of committee’s.

“I had to wait for six months before I brought it up to the committee,” he said ” I don’t bring anything to the comittee unless I know I can win. Otherwise the committee wouldn’t believe me.”

I am not here to speculate on why it took six months to report a drug dealer who was dealing from behind the bar–especially considering that Minneapolis Police Department stops in frequently, and that night, squad car number 8516 showed up. That officer–a short( 5’7″), dark haired, Germanic looking pudgy fellow– routinely ‘drops in’ for popcorn and, well,  whatever else is there.  I can’t speculate if that officer is on the take in some way,but let’s just say that doing the right thing is what the U.S. is all about when it comes to drugs.

And I definitely won’t speculate that it is likely that he, in collusion with that bar, routinely set individuals up for a fall or  a beat-down, in order to justify a police call. Collusion ( see cover-up above as regards Pat Tillman) takes many forms. To prove that, I will have to look into this cops previous reports–a later story.

Well, for now:  time passes, the bartender fills my ear and pours some beer,and after weighing in (or more appropriately, being dragged into) as a-politically as possible–to the gossip of the day, the intelligent, interesting, goth-looking couple with piercings and black dyed hair, sitting next to me, strikes up a conversation as the bartender drifted back to his peer group.

We drifted away from the local gossip, and towards important topics–topics like Freud and angst, social reform, social justice, social phenomenon, and the oddity of a democratic nation adopting a shoot to kill policy.

We discussed “the plan” for the next millenium, and what the world might look like, and whether or not the guy on NPR who was questioning whether or not the rule of law was, or should have been followed when bin Laden was killed. And that man was casting doubt upon the possible fate of a nation that foregoes the rule of in favor of a policy of law. I tended to agree that a country that foregoes the rule of law not only looks bad on its face, but has lost any moral high ground to talk of human rights.

Others, from ABC news sources to Fox have also weighed in and a general consensus is that if America wants to claim any higher ground, it has to follow the laws it helped create–and laws that we routinely insist others follow at risk of being tried in “international war crimes trials.” But we don’t seem to believe those laws apply to us,and that is THE slippery slope of fascism. After all, I was sitting in the traditional bastion the traditional, the cult of military self-solace: the den of police-power  psychological Onanism. 

Some believe that Osama is the “face of evil”, while others believe he was, in his own twisted way, a man of ideals. And I am sure that the SEAL who actually shot him just thought he was a nice, unarmed, juicy target- a homicide that could be committed because that SEAL was acting in behalf of a nation that has foregone the rule of law. 

I prefer to think of Osama as a lesson in lessons lost and unlearned; a repeat of a history lesson that fails to learn from itself over and over, generation after generation. The U.S., in adopting an asset neutralization, extra-judicial, shoot to kill policy was both an example of how badly today’s America doesn’t actually believe in, uphold, or even understand the rudimentary lessons of a democracy. Not least, and certainly most importantly, is the rule of law, and due process. Or the importance of the truth, which is why we instigated the lynching of Saddam Hussein after a show trial.

Imagine what he could have told us about his connections to the Carlysle Group, et. al.?Same with Osama: Our country killed him because he likely had information that could throw the whol “national narrative” into a new focus.

Imagine the stories Osama took to his grave about exactly what kind of America he had worked for? Certainly there is evidence that GW Bush on the eve of the Iraq invasion didn’t even think bin Laden himself was worth pursuing. That evidence is slim, but in Bush’s own words ( and I paraphrase) ‘ Osama isn’t even worth pursuing’. But you have to watch the whole movie to get that ( it’s online for free, here).

 Maybe I just never got the “I/We need to kill” urge, or the gene that governs murderous or torturous impulses–that part right down the center of  many Americans who claim to be the heart of being American–that “freedom [that]has a price.” Maybe I never was able to grasp murder as the binding that holds civilization together; I was hiding in the bushes when the new improved “bigger club good” Neanderthal genes were flowing through our gene pool; or maybe I’m just an idealist.

These days the price of freedom is clearly a direct tax, paid daily–paid by the weak, the fearful, the old and the disabled, or the truly peace-loving  Americans; peace activists, non-conformists, and American originals–a tax to what amounts to a big military/industrial complex of bullies who are at the very core, too cowardly to fight alone, or walk the earth alone, or envision peace as a goal.

Bullies pick on the weak, not the strong. Police should uphold that rather than engage in all of this modern cyber-surveillance and electronic set-ups, much less “covert-ops” that break the law, and then hide that fact. They depend upon the consensus of pre-screened “committee’s” that may, or may not follow Robert’s Rule’s of Order; what is important to them is that they reach consensus, before or after the fact, whether they actually follow the law is unimportant: it depends on whether they vote to all close their eyes at the same time, falsify the story, hide the same evidence, or to tell the same lies.

The fear tax is paid every time we do not open our mouths to speak against injustice, or to speak for due process and the rule of law.

Not that our founding fathers always believed in true due process; they didn’t, especially when it comes to brown, black, or white minority people, and especially as applied to those whom they believe they can get away with violence upon; individuals who are within the reach of their intended homicides, and outside of the consensus. They abuse the marginalized, and the outsiders,  much like chimpanzees [ and here].

 The entirety of our civilisation  has become one that does not believe in due process; one that scoffs at the law itself, and this is echoed every time we see the false consensus of the war-like minority intimidate others into their way of thinking.

Societies collapse all the time; societies alter their value systems in times of war, which  “raise[s] questions regarding the psychological mass phenomena that make us vulnerable to think and to act against our education, habits, and beliefs” : but America has not declared a “war” since December 8th, 1941, the beginning of WW2!

Nations do scurrilous stuff all the time, even invading others without declaring war– but not necessarily to the United States of America, as brazenly, and illegally as is occuring today. We expect that sort of behavior from developing “third world nations,” but from the U.S.? 

 The very nature of being social, then, is apparently to embrace third world ideology, anti-social “social chimpanzee” type traits, homicidal ideation and a willingness to do violence; the telling of lies, and the intimidation or outright murder of those who believe in other ideals. Good ol’ USA: ruled by committee and Congress; US values, extrapolated to the third world so that Nike can sell socks, and Carlysle Group, et. al. can sell multi-million dollar warcraft. Oh, and so the dealer can sell dope–at least for a little while, at your local VFW. If that’s social, count me out.

Oh: and that VFW? I almost forgot that in all that “talk” up there.

 Here is what happened next, when talk of ” the rule of law,” and the importance of a process of democratic procedure-rule by committee–is followed: the bartender lowers the music as the discussion between the goth-people and myself is taking place. We are talking all of the above, and then, about pirates–and everybody loves pirates, right? (Unless those pirates are Islamic, apparently, because for years, Osama bin Laden and other Mujahadin/mujahadeen/”towelheads,” as well as Saddam, and todays nation of Pakistan were/are/ “should be” on our payroll.)

Our government has a history of privateering: we can’t blame Dick Cheney, George Baker, and Bush for that, exclusively. ” Hell, Ben Franklin might even have invested in pirate ships” I say. Ben was a good, even liberal sort of Founding Father.

The bar drops to a dead quiet. The bartender gets that shifty eyed look. Heads turned. 

The guy across the bar, from what I can tell is one of the ‘security’ personel, likely a relative of a “committee member“: he is a sneaky looking,  sallow faced skinny man in his late twenties to early thirties; someone who likely has no identity outside of that bar; no talents; no skills, no wonderous desires beyond a desire to touch other men, violently. He says” I want you to back that up.”

Now, I remember rappers saying “back that up” to women with big butts in the 80’s; I remember that backing something up means, in academic terms, that I should substantiate my claim of Ben Franklin’s pirate ship; to an immature, drunken repressed homosexual in the VFW, it meant only one thing: lets step outside.

But I didn’t. Bravery is not the act of the coward, backed by a bar full of cronies, but the act of the wise, and knowlege of processes beyond one committee action.  Like that pepper spray in my pocket–if I really, really needed it, was one option of last resort.  I DO believe in self-defense.

But I didn’t need it: I relied upon a different idea of consensus:  I asked him to substantiate the claim himself–to join me in an academic endeavour; I asked him to look it up on his smart phone. He said he didn’t have one: I believed him somehow.

Then I asked the smart Goth-like people next to me to look it up, to help me find the data about Ben Franklin, and his pirate ship. I turned to my left–and they were one step ahead of me! The female of the duo was scrolling through her smart-phone, looking at links that talk about Ben Franklin, and his pirate ship. ” It’s right here,” she says “in National Geographic.”

“Wow,” I say. “You guys are one step ahead of me–pretty smart. Thanks for helping out.” I think that saved me, and I thank them for that.

I said, across the bar, ” It’s in National Geographic.  All good things can be found there: any kid knows that. Backing up a supposition is simple:  the words “might have” are distinctly different than the word “did.” Case closed, or look it up yourself in National Geographic ( I am sure he went home later, as he always does, with his lonely Lucy Five-fingers, and a desire for a National Geographic).

Whereas some believe that men like Osama can be “rehabilitated” , I simply believe that we lost an incredible opportunity to question the man who has claimed the crime of bombing the WTC, and put him on trial. Rehabilitation is possible for most people once we address whatever social injustice it is that has plagued them. Maybe not for Osama, though, I think people with tons of cash, a system behind them that wants to do dirty deeds, and popular support for those deeds negates his potential as a reformed terrorist–oh–was I talking about the Bush-Obama merger? Er, I mean Osama likely can’t be reformed–now anyways…

Imagine how informed America would actually be with his exclusive, captive testimony alongside that ‘trove of material’ that was copted out of his coumpound! New rhetoric as the “face of Evil” sits before a committee, or a Congress, or a jury!! That the cause of justice was not served is an understatement: the cause of Carlysle, the military-industrial complex, et. al. was served.

The cause of anyone in the US ever seeing the process, the true players, and/or the procedures  the business deals, and possibly, the set-ups that led to him being declared the worst man in the world are forever lost.  By consensus, apparently, we don’t deserve as citizens to see every single detail of the “official story.” We should just shut up, and “trust the evidence of the authorities.”

And Obama, in a classic kowtow to the war president, and to the mind of the mindless swing voter–the people for whom soundbites were invented–states ” anyone who thinks Osama didn’t get what he deserved should have their head examined.”

So, we are “crazy” when we question the due process obligation that our constitution purports, and somehow, if we don’t just shut up and go along with it, we become the “bad guys.” We even get spied on, and set-up, and murdered: the prevailing policy of the CIA is to neutralize truth by any means possible, rather than to uphold our constitution. That logic is a little too close to that other homicidal logic of “the thin blue line” that acts above the law.

Maybe those who discuss due process are crazy. England certainly declared the founding fathers to be criminals. But you gotta listen when both NPR  AND Fox network-the voice of the mentally challenged– questions the legality of the issue.

So how did it all turn out that at the VFW?  I am sure it,s not over yet, as I had apparently stepped into a den of dope dealers, prostitutes, and the cops who uphold that ( at least there, and unwittingly became a witnes to some sort of illegal activity.

When I have more time I will add details, but let me give you the “bullet list” ( a weapon of choice for thinkers)

1) the thin guy goes outside, and looks in the back door, motioning for me to come outside–which is also a gesture we now know, that chimpanzees employ. Chimpanzees are notoriously violent.

2) I speak under my breath to the hyper cool Goth people, and thank them for their intellect, their kindness, and ask them to watch my back.

3) a big guy across the bar, who we’ll call “Sarge” ( because he likes to wear his tee-shirt with the  Seargent emblem on it)gets up and asks me for a cigarette, which I offer–but his body language ( see above on the language of chimps) attempts to cordone me away from the front door, where I know there is a camera that is recording, and he says ” we’ll have to go out the back door.”

4) I once again ask the two friendlies if they can watch my back. The Goth-guy advises me to stay in the bar ( he was one step ahead of me too;)

5) The bartender disappears. The music is cut again. The lights go low. The cameras, which can be viewed from the end of the bar, in case “bad guys” do something …are…then…shut off!

6) the bartender re-appears, after the sallow faced guy comes back in. I leave through the back door.

7) the Gothic pirates watch me’ back out th’ door, as I lite me a smoke and mosy on.

I joined some friends next door, as they played bean bag toss, and talked to some new, and recently dear friends about differences between chimpanzees and bonobos, which is clearly more than a state of mind, but rather, possibly, brain chemistry.

Here is where it gets really good. You know what? Within five minutes, three squads have driven by the bar, and squad 8516 stops in front of the bar, goes into the bar next door where I was talking to some friends. Me, talking about the processes of democracy again, and getting set-up with a cop, a new investigation for a clock puncher–all over that bad bad idea I have about the rule of law, and the importance of discussing it. Judgement-by-committee is definitely , often, far outside of due process, or even outside of factual representations of reality. 

 Now, if that isn’t rule by committee, what is?  Or, maybe the rule of law is too hot for certain types of hominids to talk about. But the rule today seems to be that what the public doesn’t see, they don’t need to see, and that is what is the official story. A fabrication by “committee,” enforced by the violence of the violent, and pre-emptive evidence creation, rather than collection.

If only I had waited around, and collected more data, or waited for my conversion to conformity to come; or  that extra genetic component of violence directed at me to help me conform to manly ideals–I could have become their own personal, local, vilified abrogation of international human rights law that night: after all, they were, for a moment, in a majority. Or maybe not–we all know how those situations end.