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Posts by Robert Teesdale

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  • Boston jihadis met with third man on Rhode Island beach to plot beheading of Pamela Geller

    06/05/2015 4:32:33 AM PDT · 6 of 11
    Robert Teesdale to MrBambaLaMamba
  • 4 Reasons that Waco Biker Gang Shootout Reflects Badly on Police

    06/03/2015 10:20:37 AM PDT · 54 of 117
    Robert Teesdale to clamper1797
    So .. if someone pulls out a weapon ... say a knife ... it's OK for the cops to shoot both of you ... is that what you are saying ?

    That's how I take it. Pretty severe rules on the ground there, boys. But if we're gonna tangle, maybe we ought not talk much about that, just fill your hand.
  • 4 Reasons that Waco Biker Gang Shootout Reflects Badly on Police

    06/03/2015 10:06:48 AM PDT · 41 of 117
    Robert Teesdale to Triple
    You well grasp the question. For those that are forced to ask it, the question is not "if" but "when". That's the rough spot that makes us easy to herd.

    Personally? I remember the seige of Waco in 1993. I remember Ruby Ridge. That's two.

    I'm sanguine on State protests of necessity for public good.
  • 4 Reasons that Waco Biker Gang Shootout Reflects Badly on Police

    06/03/2015 9:49:41 AM PDT · 29 of 117
    Robert Teesdale to All
    Y'know, we really no longer have the moral culture the Founders put on us for preservation of what they built at existential and terrible risk.

    What happens now when things crash is really up for grabs for anyone interested in intervening.

    Wait until the Islamic State issues passports.
  • 4 Reasons that Waco Biker Gang Shootout Reflects Badly on Police

    06/03/2015 9:46:27 AM PDT · 28 of 117
    Robert Teesdale to Robert Teesdale
    Oh, and for those who support militarization of police and the execution of citizens as intimidation and coercion...

    Hush. I think we're really past talking about it.
  • 4 Reasons that Waco Biker Gang Shootout Reflects Badly on Police

    06/03/2015 9:42:31 AM PDT · 26 of 117
    Robert Teesdale to circlecity

    Post of the day. Ain’t sunlight great.

  • 4 Reasons that Waco Biker Gang Shootout Reflects Badly on Police

    06/03/2015 9:41:25 AM PDT · 25 of 117
    Robert Teesdale to skeeter
    Anyone who doesn’t have questions about this incident isn’t really interested in the truth of what happened.

    Most people aren't. Enough people are. Some of those have impact, some don't.

    Humans are a crowd spectating species. That's what bread and circuses are about. We're headed more towards a global war footing, and it's permeating throughout the world. Look at a picture of the cops today. This is Oakland:

    Here's somewhere in Texas:

    Damn, they got it going in Yakima, Washington!

    I look at the above picture and I gotta almost make a junior high scream of sarcasm, "Wolverines!" They look like East German troops in the 80's.

    They look like they are hunting for Rambo. Wait, what...

    Oh my God, they are so safe in Berkeley, CA. Look at these operators:

    Let's talk about real war for a moment. Look at the above picture, think about the process of shooting select-fire weapons (unavailable to civilians) into a crowd of citizens lawfully assembling at a longstanding event with no history of violence. Prepositioned SWAT teams on rooftops and secreted through other business properties waiting for a Go order on their earpieces.

    Someone made judgment call and green lit a mass firing exchange that wounded nearly 30 people and killed nine.

    THIS document is what I look to as the law of the land:

    It is meant to be understood by the common man. There is a sincere question facing all who have taken an oath to it and are weighing the balance of adherence to it.

    What's your pivot point? When do you, oathsworn, make determination of individual conscience of action?

    Or pick sides, if you want to be blunt about it.

    I think some folks are going to. Going to eventually be some pressure on that.
  • Obama and Lynch Sponsor Study of Far Right Groups Like Christians and Patriots

    06/03/2015 9:13:20 AM PDT · 49 of 53
    Robert Teesdale to Biggirl
    Disregard it

    Disregard what, ma'am?
  • Obama and Lynch Sponsor Study of Far Right Groups Like Christians and Patriots

    06/03/2015 5:13:46 AM PDT · 19 of 53
    Robert Teesdale to All
  • Officials: Oklahoma man shot, killed by police shoved trooper

    06/03/2015 5:07:26 AM PDT · 125 of 125
    Robert Teesdale to kiryandil

    Subservience to the State removes some of the fear of being free. Some men don’t prefer freedom.

  • Cop Who Told Teen His Parents Were Killed Shows Up to Graduation

    06/02/2015 3:08:26 PM PDT · 9 of 16
    Robert Teesdale to Kartographer

    Superb example of class on the part of the officer.

  • FBI flying surveillance aircraft over US cities; planes traced to fake companies

    06/02/2015 7:11:40 AM PDT · 10 of 29
    Robert Teesdale to justlurking
    Six or seven of these in a barrage would be more than enough to give pilots pause.
  • Officials: Oklahoma man shot, killed by police shoved trooper

    06/02/2015 6:53:33 AM PDT · 114 of 125
    Robert Teesdale to Jonty30
    Then go punch or push a cop and see what happens to you.

  • Officials: Oklahoma man shot, killed by police shoved trooper

    06/02/2015 5:17:55 AM PDT · 105 of 125
    Robert Teesdale to Jonty30
    The officer was wrong to try and force the person to leave, but you don’t touch an officer if you don’t want to get shot.

    What is this, the land of kirisute gomen?

    Screw that.


    06/02/2015 5:10:58 AM PDT · 62 of 77
    Robert Teesdale to All

    06/02/2015 5:09:31 AM PDT · 61 of 77
    Robert Teesdale to PROCON

    What an absolutely target rich environment.

  • [AZ] ‘Draw Muhammad’ organizer goes into hiding as Americans debate free speech anew

    06/02/2015 4:48:45 AM PDT · 3 of 24
    Robert Teesdale to markomalley

    Funding the “going into hiding” piece is undoubtedly challenging.

  • Texas biker shootout: Can 174 people be convicted of murder?

    06/01/2015 4:25:15 AM PDT · 81 of 107
    Robert Teesdale to Hugin
    All of them as far as we know. Police set up an ambush, kill a bunch of people, and charge the rest with murder.

    Welcome to 21st century America.

  • The Bin Laden Papers Show Obama to be a Fool

    05/29/2015 7:57:56 AM PDT · 6 of 11
    Robert Teesdale to Trapped Behind Enemy Lines
    If true, that is casus belli by the Islamic Republic of Iran against the United States.
  • Death Penalty Repealed | State Senators Override Gov. Pete Ricketts' Veto

    05/29/2015 6:02:19 AM PDT · 49 of 49
    Robert Teesdale to HiTech RedNeck
    Trustworthiness questions are going to be the game changer for a lot of people. This isn’t our fathers’ government any more.

  • Blimps Over Capitol: Just Hot Air?

    05/28/2015 8:55:24 AM PDT · 15 of 15
    Robert Teesdale to ThunderSleeps
    My my. They do worry about protecting themselves. The rest of us, not so much. Bastards.

  • San Antonio man caught up in Waco melee has lost his job at USAA

    05/28/2015 8:24:50 AM PDT · 62 of 92
    Robert Teesdale to Texicanus
    I hear you. But I doubt "pissed" is going to be enough.

    It's going to take a lot of blood, and a lot of violent human correction, before things change.

    That's not a threat, or a warning. Simply an observation. The first three boxes are empty. Speak the truth, and you are shouted down and vilified through social media and your business destroyed, your reputation in tatters, and your life torn apart by the flash mobs. Vote, and see the politicians instantly melt into the mud and fraud that is Washington. Look at any gerrymandered district.

    Try bringing jury nullification to any trial today. It's a crime to even educator jurors on their rights. And the million dollar bonds in this current Waco travesty (a clear 8th Amendment violation) are designed to coerce plea bargains, and thus avoid any opportunity for a jury of peers to view the facts.

    One damn box left, buddy.

  • Outlaw Biker Gangs Prize U.S. Soldiers, Feds Say

    05/28/2015 6:56:14 AM PDT · 40 of 41
    Robert Teesdale to All
    Gotta get good fighting men from somewhere.

  • San Antonio man caught up in Waco melee has lost his job at USAA

    05/28/2015 6:53:54 AM PDT · 42 of 92
    Robert Teesdale to Texicanus
    So I must presume the bikers are innocent until proven guilty as charged by factual evidence presented in a court of law and decided upon by a jury of their peers.

    Since when did the Constitution mean a goddamn thing any more?

    1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th and 8th Amendment violations are all over the map here.

    Good fodder for those who get all sticky and excited about "mowing down" "criminal gangs" and especially love the gleam on the boot which comes down on the face of their fellow men.

    It's almost as if they don't think it can go both ways.

  • Waco police 'can't wait' for video to combat conspiracies

    05/22/2015 11:21:05 AM PDT · 109 of 155
    Robert Teesdale to USNBandit

    I appreciate the clarification.

  • Waco police 'can't wait' for video to combat conspiracies

    05/22/2015 11:21:04 AM PDT · 108 of 155
    Robert Teesdale to USNBandit

    I appreciate the clarification.

  • Waco police 'can't wait' for video to combat conspiracies

    05/22/2015 8:04:34 AM PDT · 58 of 155
    Robert Teesdale to TexasFreeper2009

    I am hearing that the rules of engagement were “active shooter”. Does anyone know what agency is responsible for setting that? Who owns this stinking mess?

  • Waco police 'can't wait' for video to combat conspiracies

    05/22/2015 8:01:51 AM PDT · 55 of 155
    Robert Teesdale to Ethan Clive Osgoode
    You're comparing Jews to criminal gangs?

    Depends on whether it's the propaganda of the ruling power or not.

    Just sayin'.
  • 1,000 weapons recovered at Waco biker brawl? Not quite, cops now say

    05/21/2015 3:05:03 PM PDT · 168 of 254
    Robert Teesdale to TexasGator

    Does protection of the community legitimately consist of gunning down nine people, injuring two dozen more, and conducting mass arrests on capital charges?

    Not under the Constitution it doesn’t.

  • 1,000 weapons recovered at Waco biker brawl? Not quite, cops now say

    05/21/2015 2:37:04 PM PDT · 155 of 254
    Robert Teesdale to TexasGator
    Hmm. Seems like that was what a lot here on FR were calling form in the Ferguson and Baltimore riots.

    Yes, a lot were. Disgraceful there as well.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 2:18:56 PM PDT · 369 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    Actually it is you wasting my time by you having randomly chose someone to argue with, rather than you finding someone on the thread who was supporting the cops.

    Y'all keep coming back, don't you? Like the bear said, "you just ain't in these woods to hunt, are you?"

    As far as the 1% gangs, I guess that to you and a couple of others, your being in a non-outlaw motorcycle riding club is the wildest that you have been in your lives, and you find bumping into the outlaws, a little intoxicating and feel that some of it rubs off on you as you think that you share something with them because you see them out in public.

    Ok dude. Tell yourself that.
  • 1,000 weapons recovered at Waco biker brawl? Not quite, cops now say

    05/21/2015 2:07:18 PM PDT · 143 of 254
    Robert Teesdale to Cold Heat
    You have the right not to participate. You even have the right to be offensive in your misunderstanding of what biker clubs are all about. But you don’t have the right to label good citizens as being all criminals without being challenged by me. Like any group of free spirited or dullard people, you will have your bad apples.. To tar and feather all of these people is not only beyond ignorance (stupid), but it’s highly insulting.

    Wholesale killing of citizens by State gunfire and the mass arrest of hundreds more on capital charges is what tyrant armies do in occupied territory.

    Goes hand in hand with - and grows out from - the above points you mention. It's not just ignorant, stupid and highly insulting - it's also a disgusting declaration of being a domestic enemy of the Constitution.

    Shrug. Sometimes it's only tyranny when other people do it, and those who really do like the taste and style of whips and jackboots show themselves as only lip service advocates of real freedom.

    How's this for a thought?

    All men are created equal. All men have rights, among them the right to life, liberty and happiness.

    Machine gunning people because you have class discontent with them is simply barbaric.
  • Dabiq Issue: 9 (ISIS magazine of the Caliphate)

    05/21/2015 1:41:21 PM PDT · 8 of 24
    Robert Teesdale to winoneforthegipper
    You do not want to miss this issue. Their publications continue to become even more refined and professional. Scary.

    When you are building a nation state with which to conquer the globe and Man with fire and sword, you don't skimp on the communications and imagery. They are indeed very good.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 1:31:02 PM PDT · 366 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to clamper1797

    I called him a liar four times and I don’t think it’s even registered yet.

  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 1:29:38 PM PDT · 365 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    You're now just a waste of my time. But I'll point something out.

    I called bullshit on you three times and demanded citation for what you said, and gotten no response. This is a fourth call out. You are either afraid to address it; ignoring it; or it's actually not registering on you. Why should I have respect for you?

    I don't see it's worth discussing further with you. Have a great day, watch out for those criminal outlaw violent biker gangster cowards. Might be one hiding in your cylinder sleeves.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 1:15:10 PM PDT · 361 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    The situation you describe a) does not sound like club sanctioned business; b) does sound like a pretty useless emotional approach to social judgments.

    You might as well hate Jews and call them all crooked-nose shyster kikes, because a cowardly Jew cheated your cowboy on a payday loan and refused to lower the interest.

    Or call all women slutty cruel bitches because one of them decided to go to bed with your cowboy, even though you really liked her more.

    Or advocate for shipping all the blacks back to Africa, because clearly the Democratic entitlement program only worked to degrade the already degenerate, so let's get rid of all the coloreds.

    Outlaw biker, Jew, colored, kaffir, homophobe, hater, whatever the hell systematic little classification you use is just another way to say "You Get Fewer Rights than Me - Because I'm More Moral".

    It's a sick and disgusting way to think and it leads to the killing pit. It always does, no matter how adroitly the self-important narcissist of the day thinks he can sidestep the absolute corruption that accompanies absolute power.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 12:58:59 PM PDT · 359 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    That’s odd, since belonging to a club, I have attended so many biker functions, and have had many of our non-outlaw club meetings at our local Angel’s bar, and of course the Bandido experiences.

    You do not sound like any three piece patch holder I have ever met, read or been around. I don't believe you. Riding clubs don't count. Neither does HOG.

    You are so confused in your posts, that you don’t make any sense, other than that you want to pout and lash out about something.

    Seems like some others here are getting my point. With respect to post #95 that you raise. I'll answer directly even though clamper1797 already did.

    "Not if 1%er means outlaw gang, which is what most of us take it to mean."

    It doesn't.

    You're confusing terms and you're confusing concepts and you're commingling them all in a vapid broth of misunderstanding. I'll offer my $.02 of clarity here.

    Not all motorcycle riders are club members.

    Not all motorcycle club members are outlaws.

    Not all outlaws are 1%ers.

    Not all 1%ers are club members.

    Not all 1%ers are outlaws.

    Not all outlaws are criminals.

    Not all 1%ers are criminals.

    All 1%er outlaws that are members of motorcycle clubs, ride motorcycles.

    Three piece patch clubs, whether 1%er or outlaw or criminal, are not gangs. (You may be factually correct to say that any particular club charter has been adjudicated as a RICO entity, but that still doesn't make it a "gang".)

    Outlaw, biker, 1%er, club member, patch holder, criminal, gang member, motorcyclist, are all different things.

    Falsely equating concepts is not a good way to build your social declarations. Being imprecise when you are passing judgment is not wise.

    The terms "outlaw" and "gang" are somewhat useless. Ask people to define an "outlaw" in America today and you're get 300 million different answers. Ask the same question about a "gang" and you'll get another 300 million variations.

    What is a 1%er? I'd say that I would expect a certain type of presence and demeanor; a certain style of speech and temper; may or may not be outward indicators such as a cut or visible ink or an interpretable vehicle sticker; a certain type of philosophical sanguinity about the objective realities of State power v. human freedom; a strong sense of not backing down; and the willingness to bleed for those he cares about. And the willingness to speak his mind without the slightest intimidation of the traumatically microaggressed weaklings that pass for the majority of the body populace today. A refusal to talk to law enforcement, believing through experience that they are merely the jackboot of the State and not your friend from Mayberry. A refusal to place stupid human law over the dignity and freedom of the individual.

    A 1%er may be a criminal. He may be an outlaw, too. He may be a club member of a RICO charter. Might be a good guy you'd trust with your kids, or might be an asshole with a drinking problem you wouldn't get within ten insured miles of. Point is... he is a human being, with the same right of freedom as you, and with probably a better track record of sacrificing for his beliefs and putting his boots where his mouth goes than most people you will meet.

    Either way, I don't care if he is a criminal, engaged in RICO activities, associating with other known criminals. We don't fire machine guns into crowds in the United States.

    Today's "biker gang member" was yesterday's "Christian gun nut" and tomorrow's "oppositionally defiant veteran". It's just a label from the State to frame their killing as legitimate.

    Not every Revolutionary War resource was a wealthy Virginia gentleman. The grunt work of building freedom was done by rough, hard men who demanded to be left alone to live their lives in freedom and were willing to risk hanging en masse for treason and capital murder to get it.

    I am describing alpha behavior, which is scary to the placid. Real freedom comes with real risk. You learn quickly if freedom is really for you, along with learning how to manage risk and capitalize on luck, or you end up in a bag or a slave.

    Being a free man... being a slave... both are binary states, either or. You cannot be a little bit free, or a little bit a slave. You're one or the other.

    Free men own guns. Slaves don't.

    Free men don't suffer democide. Slaves do.

    Being a free man, or a slave, is a choice. For me, it is an easy one. I will live free, or die.

    Death is not the worst of Evils.
  • A Few Thoughts on the Waco Biker Shootout

    05/21/2015 11:53:16 AM PDT · 15 of 35
    Robert Teesdale to USNBandit
    If my intent was to ambush 180 bikers, I would bring more than 20 cops.

    I wouldn't.

    Ten trained men with scoped rifles, presighted from prepared positions, applying aimed deliberate fire into a crowd - that's all you need.

    They sure didn't need more.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 11:45:54 AM PDT · 349 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    So far I am the only one here who has had a Bandido roommate and who used to visit their house, and socialize with them go around town with them, and saw their behind the scenes criminal activities.

    No. You're the only one publicly claiming it and advertising it as some sort of credential set on a discussion about civil rights and murderous State aggression.

    You never asked my why I kicked out the Bandido for violent cowardice.

    Because I'm unimpressed with Internet posers talking about how they stood down a "violent coward" and thereby gained moral judgement over an entire culture. I don't care to mentally masturbate with you. Nothing personal, it's just a waste of time.

    From a humor standpoint, though, thanks for the laugh. You must place some really striking Room to Let Ads.

    1/2 RENT $550/MONTH

    It would not fit your fantasies and your hero worship.

    I'll call bullshit on you a second and third time. Post a link to where I "fawned over an outlaw biker club". Post a link to "fantasies" or "hero worship".

    I've never belonged to, supported, opposed or even commented on any three piece patch club. I am not privy to and have no opinion on any club business. I ride. I respect those who are deserving of it. You're not showing me here that you deserve more than Bill of Rights entitles you to. I think you're a poser with a problem. Anyone here can disagree and call me out if they think I am out of bounds or in the wrong.

    On second thought, that supposed Bandido you "had to kick out" as a roommate "because of cowardice" - violent cowardice, no less... let me guess.

    It was over a girl, wasn't it?

    Any bets?
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 11:23:35 AM PDT · 345 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    It sure seems that I have spent more qualtiy time with Bandidos than you, or anyone here.

    Doesn't seem that way to me. You make too many culture-specific mistakes for me to ascribe any credibility to your claims of knowledge where motorcycle clubs, particularly 1%ers, are concerned.

    I see you as one of those groupie types, subservient to them, one who thinks they are cool, you keep fawning over outlaw biker gangs.

    Ok dude, I call bullshit. Point out and quote me where I "fawned over an outlaw biker gang".

    As far as my take on the shooting event, I’m waiting to learn what happened.

    Any concern with the facts at this point, as they may or may not contrast with the rights of free men?
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 11:10:24 AM PDT · 343 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to bgill
    Sgt. Swanton was called on his 1000 weapon count and had to dial it back a few hours later to about 250. He’s been a camera hog since the first hour and ranks right up there with obama in ability to tell the unvarnished truth. Hey, those military grade high velocity automatic nail clippers don’t get past him

    Yeah, a wallet chain is exactly what I would wade into a gunfight with. Or a stabbing melee. Or to stop someone, even, from using a nail clipper on their feet at the restaurant table next to me. Presumably counting ring sets as "brass knuckles" - one ring, one brass knuckle, and heck doesn't that just swell the metrics nicely. All fat and turgid and pregnant with biker menace.

    Just like "arsenal" and "thousands of rounds" of ammunition.

  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 11:07:28 AM PDT · 342 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to clamper1797
    Very well said ... some of these self righteous asses condone and even celebrate the killing and arrest of bikers whoss only crime may be just being there. Had this been at the CoC in Arizona I would have been there. These could easily been my friends and brothers. 170+ in a mass arrest each one having their bike confiscated. How is that anywhere near American.Then we get these clueless idiots out here making judgements and talking out there rear ends about something they know little or nothing about. Screw these pathetic little jerks

    Let's throw this out there for a moment.

    A patch is private property.

    A patch is also protected First Amendment expression.

    Nearly a dozen killed and over a score wounded by State gunfire.

    Targets appear to be selected based on the possession of lawful private property and the public expression of a protected statement.

    The clear case can be made that Americans were killed for their speech.

    "No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury..." The Fifth Amendment was just pissed on with the revolving door mass charging of 170 citizens with capital offenses.

    And don't give me "public danger". That danger - the barrage of murderous automatic State gunfire on a lawful citizen assembly, following the insertion of agents provocateur by said State, created that danger.

    This is a test. This is not only a test.

    It's a testing in production. That's done when the implementation entity is in haste.

  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 10:55:07 AM PDT · 340 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    One thing that I learned when hanging around the Bandidos, was how people reacted to them, they had groupies and many men would defer to them.

    What on earth do the paired observations of females sharing sexual access to their bodies, and males demonstrating beta behavior towards 1%e'ers, have to do with the discussion at hand? We're talking about the moral depravity of supporting State killing of groups of people and mass arrests on capital charges of virtually all witnesses at the scene.

    Women will naturally be aroused by and attracted to dominant players in any field - be it sports, crime, motorcycling, entertainment. Men who fear to attempt their own excellence will be left behind in any arena. Just how life works.

    How about this: I don't subserviently defer to outlaw bikers, or cops, or pissed off patriots, or whiny Moms Demanding Less Sociovaginal Sand. Why should I? I treat people with the respect they deserve. And there is a difference between real respect for a human being and his rights, and respect for someone only insofar as their social, class or political views aligns with your own. There is also respect for things that can hurt you. Doesn't mean being afraid. I don't provoke dogs I don't know. I don't tickle my fingers inside tiger cages. I don't rubberband the balls of the bull in the next field. Live a Jackass life, die like a jackass.

    The great and eternal truth: Living by principles may mean execution by the temporal power that declares you outlaw. It is called Live Free or Die.

    And Death is not the worst of Evils.

    If you know anything about 1%ers, then you know that they are criminal organizations, perhaps you only know them from bumping into them, and have never seen behind the curtain, and what they are keeping from you in public, even where I live right now is believed to have come up because the Hells Angels broke in and murdered the guy who owned this place before I did.

    Lurid prose, but irrelevant. I know that human beings are fallen animals, and that any organization (whether the Tonton Macoutes or the Vatican) is going to have lesser examples of our race. The people who have issues with "1%'ers" sound, to me, very much like the people who have issues with guns. "It's a phallic object!" "You just fantasize about killing, you gun owners!" "Must be because of a small penis!" (har har, #elbow).

    Yeah, it's just like being sad and butthurt and anxiously detesticled when a really hot girl that you Want To Have A Beautiful Relationship With actually prefers to crudely spike herself on the guy who speaks plainly, rides a thundering engine and puts her in a state of excited fear before he takes her into a private clubhouse where he and his brothers don't allow the public....

    We all know the picture I am painting. That's what I pick up from your posts. And based on experience (and history as well for those who read it) the private bedroom fetishes and anxious mental self flagellations of the tyrant are usually all about this kind of rejected emasculation. Hitler had his failed artiste period in Vienna; Mao ended up starving millions while he kept himself supplied with a steady stream of virgins; we have the Islamic State with their naked dhimmi slave market.

    I'll throw a challenge out here to folks. I'd bet that the majority of those who support this bloody mass execution of citizens expressing their First Amendment rights - and then the immediate charging of capital crimes against over eight score witnesses - is a pretty damn 1:1 match for those who secretly would just love to go shopping at Pretty Yazidi Market in Raqqa if they could.

    Because, like they always say - rape is not about sex, it's about power. Fantasies are about power too, including the negative ones. When I see fellow citizens espousing things that clearly demonstrate infection with the bloody abrogation of the Constitution - I am filled with disgust. That is how I understand Samuel Adams.

    May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen

    In none of my posts have you seen me say anything in support of the police or the shootings, or anything else about the incident, so you are obviously confused, and misposting.

    Then let's make certain. What is your Constitutional take on these shootings? I see grave and disturbing escalation on the point of the Leviathan.

    Share your take.

    Do you realize how confused you are about who you are posting to? I tried to tell you that you should go find someone who is blindly supporting the cops to make your speeches to, search my posts, you won’t find any of that from me, so why are you pestering me with your nonsense?

    If you are not on a discussion board to discuss, but rather agree, then I won't disturb you.

    You really got off track, just as I told you in post 298.

    OK buddy.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 9:29:45 AM PDT · 335 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    Really? You think that at freerepublic that we are to play along with criminal culture and gangs?

    I think you're throwing emotional labels like a child at things you do not understand, in an effort to be self-righteous - and to cover up what has been called out as some pretty banal intellectual laziness on your part.

    You think that we Christians, veterans, and conservatives here are supposed to respect the Crips, Bloods and Hells Angels and Bandido club rules and culture and watch how we post about them when the gangs get into the news?

    Speaking for myself, I don't care what you or anyone else posts about any subculture, disrespectful or not. You'll end up eventually having to own them at some point when you speak out of turn with someone who reacts with action instead of theory. Self-correcting karma, that.

    I have a huge problem with anyone advocating wholesale and extrajudicial State execution of people "they don't like" for any reason at all. I don't have a whole lot of respect for radical liberation theology gay rights activists. I'd never be glad to see them massacred in a public parking lot by armed agents of the State and any interested witness arrested and silenced by capital charges.

    Are you in a 1% club, have you ever spent much time with them, hung out at their house, accompanied them outside the house, had one as a roommate?

    None of your business.

    Are you afraid of them? So afraid that on the internet you may displease one, even at freerepublic?

    I don't see anything to be afraid of, beyond what I would have called my fellow Americans descending to the same moral level of good Germans spitting at the public execution of Jews.

    Are you sure that you are part of the conservative culture?

    I'm part of a free culture. I despise tyrants, and I loathe the scum of the earth that adulates their methods and approves of it to assuage their own whiny, bitchy and self-adulating sense of partisan self-righteousness.

    Anyone who supports the mass execution of citizens by State gunfire with mass arrests on capital charges of scores upon scores of witnesses - is, to me, a domestic enemy of the Constitution and of the freedom of Men.

    Put that in your conservative pipe and smoke it.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 6:44:26 AM PDT · 325 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to Carthego delenda est
    Perhaps it will only be just 1% that can keep their eye on the ball.

    Tends to be how it works.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/21/2015 5:23:56 AM PDT · 315 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to ansel12
    Asking people directly if they are in a 1% club?

    That along with other comments pretty much tells me you don't grasp how the culture works.
  • Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent

    05/20/2015 7:25:47 PM PDT · 296 of 369
    Robert Teesdale to WayneS

    “Biker gang” is a bit like “assault weapon” or “hate speech” or various other terms of arch stupidity, born from ignorant fear and midwived by personal insecurity

    There are a lot of posters here making ignorant, collectivist and Constitutionally bankrupt bleats of approval for mass killing by the State.

    You learn who your friends are from time to time. You also learn who will roll over and suck the fingers of the tyrant, once waggled in their direction.


    05/20/2015 7:27:18 AM PDT · 308 of 337
    Robert Teesdale to wardaddy

    I despise those who claim to be Americans yet whimsically support organized State mass murder for”others” that they don’t like. Never appreciating that ditches, gunfire and piled naked corpses can end up being them, too, once it gets started.

  • Who was involved in the deadly Waco biker brawl?

    05/19/2015 11:21:50 AM PDT · 81 of 112
    Robert Teesdale to DesertRhino
    So your position is that membership in a legal organization is grounds for presumptive guilt, punishable by machine gun fire from agents of the State?

    There are nearly a dozen dead. I want to know the rules of engagement that were in place. It will be interesting to compare v. audivisual evidence that will likely be forthcoming.
  • Who was involved in the deadly Waco biker brawl?

    05/19/2015 9:23:01 AM PDT · 62 of 112
    Robert Teesdale to DesertRhino
    The gangs in their sorority look alike jackets would love nothing more than for that police to talk about this gang and that.

    "The Jews in their side curls and black coats would love nothing more than for the police to talk about this gang or that."

    You don’t give them that publicity. It was thugs and that’s all they are. Individual thugs and criminals. This outlaw biker culture wants names and martyrs, so they can idolize them, have love rides, etc.

    "You don't give them that publicity. It was ursurers and moneylenders and that's all they are. Individual rats and cancers. This filthy Jew culture wants names and martyrs, so they can wail over them, sit shiva, etc."

    (sarcasm off)

    Be careful what kind of cultural false logic you employ to justify the use of light infantry weapons on citizens in a public place.

    I don't care who you are - Jew, biker, Branch Davidian or MS13 - we don't shoot, gas, crush and burn people to death as a matter of State domestic policy and maintain any semblance of government by consent of the governed.

    Pretty interesting rules of engagement they have there at Homeland Security. I would like to see the specific rules of engagement in force at the time of the incident in Texas, published as public record.

    I think the citizens deserve that much.