Monday, July 25, 2011

The Missing Lesson from Norway: Never Trust a Man in Uniform

 Roughly a decade ago, Al Pacino starred in a movie entitled S1m0ne, a cyber-era updating of the Pygmalion myth in which a film director creates an uncannily realistic digital actress. Despite the fact that “Simone” was a computer-rendered composite fantasy, the lustrous blond enchantress becomes a global pop culture sensation – a profitable illusion sustained through increasingly desperate acts of misdirection on the part of the director. 

It’s tempting to think that accused Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik is a S1m0ne-style digital fantasy drawn to specifications provided by Morris Dees’ so-called Southern Poverty Law Center. Breivik used social networking sites to create a cyber-persona seemingly made to order for left-leaning “watchdog” groups. Available photographs depict the blond, stereotypically Nordic Breivik as if he were a dress-up doll, his face oddly unmarked and expressionless as he poses in a variety of guises – including Freemason garb and a scuba outfit. 

In similar fashion, his recorded ideological pronouncements – the quotes attributed to him in the aftermath of the killing spree in Oslo and Utoya, and his bloated “manifesto” – could be the work of someone determined to embody every detail of the familiar caricature of the right-wing “hate criminal.” 

Breivik may be exactly what he appears to be – a murderous nationalist ideologue determined to precipitate a European culture war that would end with the expulsion of Muslims from the continent and the mass liquidation of “cultural Marxists.” Breivik’s uncredited borrowings from the “Unabomber” manifesto underscore the possibility – however distant – that he, like Ted Kaczynski, could be a product of a CIA-style “behavior modification” program, or a pawn in a false-flag operation. 

Whatever we eventually learn about Breivik’s background and motivations, one detail of the killing spree he allegedly perpetrated offers a timely and critical lesson practically everybody has missed: We should never trust an armed man wearing the costume of a police officer

According to the narrative provided by Norwegian investigators, Breivik detonated a remote-controlled bomb in downtown Oslo before traveling to Utoya, site of an annual summer retreat for young activists affiliated with the Labour Party, many of whom had parents or relatives who had been employed at the government offices targeted in the bombing

When he arrived a few hours after the blast, Breivik was disguised as a policeman. This allowed him to gain access to the facility, and the confidence of his victims: Trained to defer reflexively to someone wearing the insignia of “authority,” the young campers were psychologically disarmed when the assassin told them he had been sent to check on their “security.”

By the time a SWAT team managed to arrive an hour and a half later, Breivik had mowed down at least 86 scores of innocent youngsters. “It was a slaughter of young children,” one witness said following the massacre. They were sheep who had fallen prey to a wolf wearing what the victims had been taught to perceive as the attire of a “sheepdog.”

The uncomfortable but unavoidable fact is that every state-employed “sheepdog” is a potential murderer, and should be treated as such. We have this on the unimpeachable authority of “Jack Dunphy,” an active-duty officer in the employ of the Los Angeles Police Department. 

 In every encounter between a police officer and a “civilian,” Dunphy writes, the officer is “concerned with protecting his mortal hide from having holes placed in it where God did not intend. And you, if in asserting your constitutional right to be free from unlawful search and seizure fail to do as the officer asks, run the risk of having such holes placed in your own.” 

What this means is that a Mundane who displays anything other than abject servility is perceived as a threat to “officer safety” – and, by Dunphy’s calculation, is a suitable subject for immediate termination.

As is demonstrated by the actions of Patrolman Daniel Harless of the Canton, Ohio Police Department, that assessment is not hyperbole.

In a June 8 traffic stop that was captured on video, Harless repeatedly threatened to murder the driver, William E. Bartlett, for carrying a concealed handgun for which he had obtained a the appropriate permit. At the time, Bartlett was attempting to comply with the state ordinance by notifying Harless that he was carrying a weapon, and displaying his concealed carry license. Bartlett was composed and deferential; Harless’s behavior was that of a borderline psychotic eagerly seeking an excuse to kill somebody.

“As soon as I felt your gun I should have took [sic] two steps back, pulled my Glock 40 and just put 10 bullets in your ass and let you drop,” snarled Harless. “And I wouldn’t have lost any sleep.” Thus did Harless slay the diligently propagated fiction that police officers are burdened with a bone-deep dread of pulling their firearms.

After threatening to “put lumps on” a witness to the incident, Harless told Bartlett, “I’m so close to caving in your f*****g head…. You’re just a stupid human being…. F*****g talking to me with a f*****g gun. You want me to pull mine and stick it to your head?” He later threatened to stop Bartlett every time he saw him, towing – that is, stealing – his car and taking him to jail. 

After the video was made public by the civil liberties group Ohioans for Concealed Carry, Harless was put on paid vacation. 

“Obviously, whatever transpired on that video was an isolated incident,” sniffed Bill Adams, commissar of the local police union. The “whatever” Adams blithely dismissed was aggravated assault with a deadly weapon: Rather than continuing to receive a paycheck for sitting at home swilling beer and consuming internet porn, Harless should be in jail awaiting trial. 

Furthermore, this incident was an “isolated” one only as that term applies to those individuals and that particular location; it is anything but atypical of the behavior of the State’s thuggish enforcer caste. 

Harless merely threatened to pull his gun and stick it to William Bartlett’s head. According to the eyewitness testimony of his former partner, Officer Sergio Vergillo, that’s what Phoenix Police Officer Richard Chrisman did to 29-year-old Danny Rodriguez just seconds before he gunned down the family’s dog and murdered the unarmed man.

 Chrisman and Vergillo responded to a call from Rodriguez’s mother, who was upset with her son’s behavior. Rodriguez demanded that Chrisman present a warrant. Drawing on the same lexicon of public service used by Patrolman Harless, Chrisman shoved a gun against Rodriguez’s temple and sneered, “I don’t need no warrant, mother****r.”

Within seconds Chrisman had shot the dog, which – according to his partner – exhibited no threatening behavior. This left Rodriguez understandably upset.

“Hey, why did you shoot my dog?” Rodriguez bellowed at the intruder. Five seconds later, he was dead – thereby validating Officer “Jack Dunphy”’s warning that summary execution is considered condign punishment for any Mundane who annoys a member of the Exalted Brotherhood of Coercion by asserting his rights. 

Chrisman, who had previously been captured on video plantingdrug paraphernalia on a homeless woman, was fired and charged with second-degree murder. Significantly, the local police union, the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association (PLEA), held a barbecue at its headquarters to raise money on behalf of Chrisman. Following Chrisman’s arrest, PLEA commissar Mark Spencer commissioned a fishing expedition into Vergillo’s background in the hope of impeaching his credibility as a witness. Even after the net came up empty, Spencer publicly denigrated the character of Officer Vergillo, who had violated the most important canon of police conduct by telling the truth about a fellow officer’s criminal conduct – in this case, aggravated murder. 

In New Orleans, the trial continues of five police officers accused of murdering two people, and grievously injuring four others at the Danziger Bridge in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. The victims were unarmed refugees seeking to flee to higher ground. The police officers responsible for this atrocity concocted a cover story – complete with planted weapons and fabricated “witnesses” – in which the victims supposedly opened fire on the police and were killed in self-defense.  

One of the victims, a 40-year-old disabled man named Ronald Madison, received a shotgun blast to the back of his head, and then was shot at least three more times while he was face-down on the ground. Lance Madison, an eyewitness to the murder of his brother by the police, was arrested and charged with “attempted murder of police officers” – a charge that was eventually dismissed. 

While the murders at Danziger Bridge differed in scale from the bloodletting in Norway, it was also a fatal ambush in which the perpetrators were attired in a costume signifying “authority” -- and they behaved with the same pathological ruthlessness displayed the perpetrator of massacre on Utoya. 

Whenever an innocent person is confronted by an armed stranger in what appears to be a government-issued costume, one danger is that he is an imposter. An even more dangerous possibility is that he isn’t. 

By the way....

...  here's a link to the second hour of last week's Pro Libertate Radio program, which features a discussion of the demented Daniel Harless and other distinguished defenders of public order.

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... to everyone who has donated to Pro Libertate, and for the patience many of you have displayed in awaiting your copies of Global Gun Grab, which will be arriving within the week. Thank you once more, and God bless!

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Shimshon said...

My first reaction was the same as yours when the alleged killer's description was released. A false flag op.

Chris Mallory said...

The person in the Ohio/Harless episode who will fly under the radar and who is just as guilty is Harless' partner. This "good"(gag) cop let his partner act like a steroid enraged thug, making no effort to stop him. This is the main reason I say there are no good cops. Officers like Mr. Vergillo are rare enough to statistically not exist.

Harless and his partner should both spend the rest of their lives in prison, in the general population.

Anonymous said...

First; I do not use gratuitous obscenities and will not here, it is your blog after all, but there are quote marks around that officer's speech. A quote is what he said and cannot be altered in any way and remain a quote. Good enough for a lawman to use against us, good enough to be presented truthfully as evidence of his egregious behavior. Political correctness should not alter reality.

Secondly, I agree with Chris and firmly believe that the "most are good cops" has been used beyond acceptance. The applicable word is "complicit" and aiding, allowing or, worse, protecting a person that breaks the law, also breaks the law, period.

Joe said...

The Harless video would have been funny if it weren't for the enraged jarhead threatening to murder somebody for no apparent reason. Every time the driver tries to tell the pigs that he has a conceal carry permit, they tell him to shut up. Then, when he finally gets it out, they accuse him of attempting to hide it. It could have been an SNL skit.

liberranter said...

Once again, OOC swine like Harless and Chrisman are the norm that the PTB are looking for. While I'm still looking for an explanation of how this Ruling Elite keeps itself from becoming victims of the rabid animals they've set loose on the rest of us, it should not by now surprise anyone that the "sins" (at least in our eyes) of creatures like Harless and Chrisman are summarily washed away.

On a related note, I'm here to report, with attendant sadness and disgust, that Amerika's "churches" are enthusiastically doing their part to instill and maintain in their congregations the brainless and unquestioning deference and respect for secular "authoritah" that Will wrote about in his last article and that killed the Norwegian children. In my own corner of Southeastern Arizona, I've encountered no less than SIX church marquees in the last week with combinations of "Pray for Our Troops" and "Pray for Our Police" messages. While I certainly hope it never comes to this, I wonder how much of this misplaced respect will remain once a church congregation on Sunday morning falls victim to a thugswarm of Harlesses and Chrismans who'll leave Sunday Best-dressed bodies in their wake. A precedent has already been set for this, although fortunately without fatalities, and could happen again with less fortunate results.

Anonymous said...

I have to believe that the more light is shed on rogue cops, the more effort will be put into getting them out of law enforcement. If not, the time comes soon where the people will take whatever steps necessary to protect ourselves from any and all predations...regardless of their source.


R.S. Ladwig said...

Great write up Will, just looking at the photos when they came out my thoughts were "It just looks ridiculous, too staged". I'm riding the CGI theory you've postulated, particularly his eyes in the scuba picture just look fake.

My only comfort in these situations is that God is just and nothing escapes His eye and whoever committed this atrocity will be brought to justice regardless of whether a human court is ever darkened by the true killers. Just like 9/11.

Colonel Kurz said...

Donut suckers must justify their useless salaries but they are not bright enough to realize the banksters and globalist scum will kick them to the curb when they are no longer useful to them.

Todd said...

That video was nauseating. These dim, vicious, roided-up dog killers have become an absolute plague on what is left of civil society. Any good cop should be absolutley mortified by seeing this but honestly, how many will be?

I am under no illusions about the "good ol' days." It has pretty much always been the case that the personality type that is most attracted to a career in law enFORCEment is precisely the type who should never be entrusted with the discretion to use deadly force against their fellows. However, in the past 25 years I've been frankly shocked by this new breed of mindless, brutal punks who fancy themselves as some some sort of domestic special forces soldiers constantly under threat from the dangerous, stupid "civilians" they heroically occupy. They act with the sickening self assurance taht literally anything they do to a citizen to ensure their own safety will ultimately be justified.

I tremble for my children. What kind of society are we leaving them? My God.

Anonymous said...

Any cops with a conscience have already left the force, it seems. The thuggification continues. Meanwhile, Hollywood keeps cranking out TV series of virtuous and sympathetic cops!

Now we learn what it must have felt like in Nazi Germany in the 1930's.

Anonymous said...

I suppose you've seen the video of yet another police killing. This time poor Kelly Thomas in Fullerton, CA, was the victim. I suppose the city cops were unfamiliar with Kelly's father, a retired county deputy, or they wouldn't have beaten Kelly to death for the "crime" of being uncooperative. Local press reports that 20 citizens have been protesting. I fear it will take more than 20 protesting citizens to change anything.

aferrismoon said...

RE: Brievik:

Have u read the arm patch on the diving suit -

MARXIST HUNTER on the top and bottom.
In the middle NORWAY MULTICULTI TRAITOR HUNTING UNIT [ 'multiculti' spelt the Harless way : ) ]

Anyhow totally spurious.

He has ' 2 faces' - one is slimmer and sharper features while the wetsuit and Masonic [ as well as him in the police car] he has a chubbier face.

Certain psychotropic drugs lead to weight-gain , quite rapid and the the face is less expressive.

We had a pic of a fat-faced , grinning Jared Loughner , who is now undergoing 'treatment' as will 'insane' Breivik.

Both those cops sound from your post as if they are on some kind of medication or steroids.

The whole idea in people's head that they can't trust the uniform but must comply is a real psy-op.

Shoot ya if ya come , shoot ya if ya run


Ayn R. Key said...

Off topic for this particular post, but on topic for this blog.

Man executed by cops for "contempt of cop", and they yelled "quit resisting" to someone who wasn't resisting to make it happen.

liberranter said...

Inre the Kelly Thomas case, I wonder if anyone has compiled any rough statistics on how many homeless people are maimed or murdered by copscum each year. There seems to be a pattern emerging where copscum are increasingly targeting this powerless demographic group (another segment of the "Poodle" class).

Tim said...

Ridiculous,just as ridiculous is the fact that so many people will defend such behavior.

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