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Feb 19 2013

Dorner’s Worshipers Rally

Liberalism isn’t an error. It is a sickness. If not, explain this:

Dozens of protesters rallied outside Los Angeles police headquarters Saturday in support of Christopher Dorner, the former LAPD officer and suspected killer of four who died after a shootout and fire [last] week at a mountain cabin following one of the biggest manhunts in recent memory.

Dorner committed suicide when a fire made it obvious that he was not going to prevail in a shootout with police.

The 33-year-old has already inspired a burgeoning subculture of followers. While most don’t condone killing, they see him as an outlaw hero who raged against powerful forces of authority, and some even question whether he really died.

Sure they condone the maniac’s killing of innocent police officers and civilians. Otherwise they would find some other hero.

Tributes include a ballad titled “El Matapolicias,” or “The Police Killer,” penned by a Mexican crooner with lyrics paying homage to Dorner, and a YouTube clip showing excerpts from a video game titled “Christopher Dorner’s Last Stand Survival Game” whose opening frame declares him “A True American Hero.”

No doubt in their fantasies he will rise again to punish the white man for being racist. It’s enough to give Chris Matthews another thrill up his leg.

Christopher-Dorner-HERO
Yes, they are this sick. Via I’m 41.

On a tip from Bob Roberts.

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  • oldguy

    Every law enforcement officer should see this photo so they can be reminded who supports them and whose side they should be on.

  • MSM Odumbo bootlickers

    Mmmmmmmmm…..roasted gorilla for tonight’s newscast!

  • Eoin

    While in no way do I condone the horrific bullshit that Dorner committed, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s office has some ‘splainin’ to do.

    I specifically want to know when the use of arson became an acceptable means of deadly force to render self defense for officers. Protocol dictates that police are not a standing army, they are investigators and apprehension experts. If the SWAT is unable to clear a structure with a barricaded suspect, you cordone off the area, and fix a .308 or .300 Win Mag on every exit and egress point, and let the guy surrender, off himself, or get hungry.

    It is not the police’s job to be judge, jury, and executioner, and that is precisely what they did. More ominous is why the police tried to get the media to stop recording their comms, before proceeding with the plan to “burn the motherfucker.” The official line is still that the structure’s fire burned “accidentally.” Tell that to a jury… oh yeah, it will never reach a jury because police have FAR too much immunity in their actions, both civil and criminal.

    I’m tired of police fancying themselves a domestic military who can interpret their own rules of engagement beyond “shoot if a clear and imminent threat exists for you or a third party.”

    If they want to be part of a military, they can sack up and join my beloved Corps… where the attitude on destruction by fire and maneuver is far more lax.

  • Justme

    Here is where I differ with fellow Conservatives. Being well schooled in the corruption and abuses of inner city cops, I have no sympathy.

    Any time a cop is killed, everyone praises him, just once I would love to hear an accurate description of a corrupt, abusive – dead cop. Never happens, the police union and media are all about reverence for the thin blue line.

    The argument usually is that “there is a few bad apples,” I have been hard pressed in my 40 years to find a “good apple” in dealing with inner city cops.
    I just went through over 200 pages of FBI reports from a CI in NY during the 1970’s and reading about how entire precincts were crooked. These are not machinations but verifiable truths. The cult of the cop is despicable.

    A tremendous majority of hardworking honest citizens have had far too many experiences with crooked abusive cops to buy into the cult of the cop. This is not Mayberry, it is more like a combination of Serpico and the Hazzard County police in the Dukes of Hazzard in far too many cities

  • KHarn

    EOIN’s right for the most part. I disagree about the cutting off of the media from the police radio traffic; remember ‘Desert Storm’ and the media broadcasting military information?

    There were some common sense things that could have been done to off the SOB, slip in a flsh-bang, negotiate under a flag of truce, or let him surrender after a few days without food and water. But these days, it’s “ninja suits” and machineguns all the way. Why do they dress cops like TERRORISTS these days?

    There are some cops that have criticised the over-use of SWAT, some say that the Colombine murders could have ended sooner if the cops on hand had GONE IN THEMSELVES rather than waiting for SWAT. Some departments are re-thinking the old “contain the situation, wait for the experts” tactic that came out of the seventies hostage-taking radical crimes.

    Then again, this may have been like Waco: a “media show” that went wrong.

  • StanInTexas

    If police reacted badly or criminally to the Dorner siege, then hold those cops accountable. THOSE cops, not all cops!

    BUT DO NOT try to lionize Dorner, or make his case seem just or noble. He did not get his way and went out killing people, including the family members of LEO’s. NOTHING justifies what he did.

    You want to talk about judge, jury, and executioner? That was Dorner!

  • http://www.brycchancarey.com/abolition/wilberforce.htm Wilberforce

    Death worshiping, hive-minded, hate-filled cultists doing what comes naturally. They’re doing their Father’s will.

  • Brother

    This is the last place I would come to find supporters of a murdering coward like Dorner. Just goes to show that the fringe dwellers from both sides of the political spectrum are more closely aligned than one would suspect.

  • dan
  • Justme

    Who said anything about supporting or condemning Dorner?
    Though I can think of a number of corrupt gestapo with who I would have love to have seen meet up with someone like Dorner…

  • Xavier

    I don’t know if the LAPD is guilty of racism and brutality as Dorner claimed. I don’t know if the LAPD intentionally burned the cabin Dorner was in. I’m inclined to trust Occam’s Razor and blame the entire incident on a paranoid delusional homicidal maniac.

    But there’s no denying that the LAPD tried to kill a number of innocent civilians without any warning or attempt to take them into custody alive. If this is how the LAPD behaves when they’re aware that the entire country is watching, what happens behind closed doors?

    Absolute power, etc.

  • dan

    It’s funny how some the nicest looking guys in suits and uniforms are some of the worst scumbags in the universe and how some grizzled old guy that looks like he’s a homeless derelict or a biker-gypsie will help you out
    or share their last smoke with you….

  • Dr. 9

    Justme,…. perhaps the reason for your hatred of cops is in thinking that cops are somehow different than the rest of us. They’re not. They are part of the same society we all belong to. Of course, if you know of a part of our society, or some other profession, that is totally free of corruption, i’m sure we would all love to know about it.

    Or, is it simply that you got a summons for breaking some traffic law and now you’re pissed because you got caught. Hmm?

  • Tax Slave

    and the five people shot by bungling LAPD who thought they were St. Dorner are all martyrs to the cause (even if the LAPD goof-ups failed to kill them).

  • A. Levy

    Burning was too good for him. Public hanging would have been perfect. It is an appropriate end for all cowards.

  • Mr Evilwrench

    I saw one thread where a schmuck was trying to draw a moral equivalence between Dorner being denied his right to due process, and the three people he murdered being denied theirs, therefore it was all god and proper that the cops murder Dorner.

    Thing is, when you are at the mercy of those appointed to represent society, you have more to expect than when you’re at the mercy of a psychopath trying to murder you to death. Yes, it may be just as well he’s dead, save us a lot of money, drama and all, but when you rationalize that, you’re on another of those slippery slopes. We should be better than revenge.

    It does make one wonder, though, the reason for the revenge. Were the LAPD acting in blatant disregard for public safety for some more sinister reason? Did they need him dead to keep the lid on something far worse? Obviously we’re not going to find out from this adventure.

  • Flu-Bird

    Dozens of braindead liberal stupidheads hold pro-Doiner demostration Isnt it just typical of liberals with their pea-sized brains to support some glorified murderer But look at the idiots wearing their CHE T-Shirts and will hollywood leftists director SPIKE LEE make some crappy movie about him and get all blacks to skip their jobs and all black kids to play hooky to see his rotten movie? after all he did make the movie MALCOME X

  • Spider

    QUOTABLE QUOTES

    “Participating in a gun buy back program because you believe the criminals have too many guns is like having yourself castrated because you believe that the neighbors have too many kids…” – Unknown

  • http://www.henrypbabcock.com Henry

    For the extreme progs, Dorner will be the 21st Century’s Che Guevara.

  • Sam Adams

    Dorner was a bad guy who killed others without mercy. In that respect, he is exactly like Che, Stalin, Mao, and every other tyrant that the left idolizes from time to time.

    If you think the LA cops went too far, consider the fact of where they choose to live, and the society that they live in. Subjects there, as in Chicago and New York, can no longer exercise many of their rights. The collectives there have no respect for property rights; if you don’t tax the wealthy, you can take another person’s property rights through environmental regulations etc. They live in tyranny, and the police forces are complicit in enforcing that tyrannical state. And Dorner, in calling for assault weapons to be confiscated (the very assault weapons he was using to kill others) was a supporter of tyranny to the end.

    Kind of like the Russians fighting the Germans in WWII. Hard to identify who are the good guys.

  • Sam Adams

    BTW, I find it a bit creepy that every time I drive into California, I have to stop at the state line have have to explain to Law Enforcement that I am not carrying any fruits or vegetables into that state.

    Of course if I carry a magazine which can hold more than 10 rounds, I’m breaking their laws, too…even if I leave the guns and ammo at home. Strange place.

  • justme

    Sam Adam: You said it perfectly.

    Dr. 9: I am a college educated, small businessman with no criminal record who lives in one of the most corrupt and abusive precincts in the city. I did not “get caught”. There is nothing that I do that I can “get caught” for aside from posting on this site.

    I will address you in a respectful manner and attempt to give you the background for my assertions.

    When I was 12-years-old I watched uniformed cops supervise multi-kilo cocaine deals right out in the open. If a 12-year-old knew what was in several large ziploc bags filled to the brim with white powder and the reason why the woman leaned into a late model BWW and emerged with a roll of hundreds that she promptly stuffed into her bra – surely the highly trained police standing across the street should have observed what I did. That was my earliest experience with corruption and sadly it has gone on for the past 30 years. Every one of my limited dealings with them have only reinforced what I witnessed at 12.

    Say what you wish, my experiences are not solely my own, so many others have had them. The only difference is the amount of abuse they dish out to innocent civilians, we are treated with hostility and disdain, our call go unanswered our thefts and vandalism are regarded as nuisances that they will not be bothered with, they treat the public with utter disrespect and harass innocents.

    I am as white as can be and I can only imagine what innocent minorities endure.

  • http://wyldgoose.wordpress.com/ Wyld_Goose

    As a conservative I find it repulsive to see comments like “there are only a few bad apples making the majority of cops look bad”

    If that is the case then why are thes “few bad apples” allowed to continue to abuse, murder, steal, maim and insight reactions only to used the cover of “resisting an officer” to then violate 1st, 2nd and 4th amendment rights?

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/02/18/26-year-old-with-down-syndrome-asphyxiated-while-resisting-police-over-movie-ticket/comment-page-3/#comment-4926094

    Yet another example of cops getting away with murder. Are these some of the bad apples? Is it the good cops that are covering for these bad apples? Is it the good cops that will eventually clear them in an “internal investigation”? (Or at worse give them a slap on the hand with something written up in their “department” records?)

    Dealing with the report I posted:

    I call BS on anyone suggesting that the cops have a difficult job to do with situations like this !!

    Answer me this, If it had been the Theater management (civilians) that had killed this young man by doing exactly the same thing as the cops, would they remain “on duty” while an investigation is on going, only to eventually be cleared of any wrong doing, or worse, get a slap on the wrist and have something written up in their “department” records???

    He77 NO! you know dam right they would be in custody for murder charges.

    It’s time for people to wake up to the 2nd Amendment. The Militia is not the US military nor is it the police system! The Militia is you and I!!

    Until police departments can have a civilian oversight committee instead of relying on bogus internal investigations, we will continue to allow the legalized thuggery from those who are sworn to protect and serve.

    Dorner was of the same ruthless thuggery that are the rest of the LAPD (and most other precincts). Yes, Dorner commited acts of violence and murder. Yes he should have been taken down.

    But what made him different then the cops chasing him (and shooting innocent victims themselves like in the case of the two different trucks being shot up in “mistaken identity”)
    The difference is, the cops have badges on and won’t be held accountable for their violence, maiming and murder, where as Dorner was held accountable.

    I say this with pain in that I have family members and friends that are cops/sheriff deputies. These people are some of the good guys who are daily threatened from within to keep their mouths shut.

    I leave you with this thought besides the question above:

    Sheriff Andy Taylor vs Deputy Barney Fife
    Peace Officer vs Law Enforcement Officer
    Government Servant vs Government Boss
    Freedom vs Tyranny

  • http://wyldgoose.wordpress.com/ Wyld_Goose

    I would challenge anyone to look up cases where cops were actually charged with a crime.

    You will find it amazing, the shear amounts of cases that happened after the cop was cleared from an “internal investigation”.

    You will also note the amount that happen only because another cop spoke up or sent information to a news agency, that led to the guilty cop’s arrest and charges.

    (Do you understand what happens to a cop that dares to cross that blue line?)

    I don’t really know if this is that case with Dorner crossing the blue line. I don’t really care. He was a vile murdering a-hole. I just see no difference between him and the cops that killed him.

  • http://wyldgoose.wordpress.com/ Wyld_Goose

    @Sam Adams — while I completly agree with you in that it’s “Hard to identify who are the good guys” I would remind you that Dorner was one of these cops that where hunting and eventually killed him. That should speak volumes!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q2XShxTlLM
    7 LAPD Officers Shoot Innocent Women Mistaken For Fugitive Christopher Dorner

    I see 7 other Dorners here, but they have badges. While yet to be seen, some of these guys may eventually be held accountable, but that’s only because the massive outcry. If some of these cops are held accountable, it will be a huge rarity.

    But as of today, none of these cops have been held accountable, none have been charged, none have been placed in handcuffs.

  • Flu-Bird

    Dont forget all those who hero worship CHARLES MANSON He should have been exicuted but thanks to that good for nothing worthless GOVENOR MOONBEAM were stuck with him for ther rest of his life.Will they soon be making CHRIS DOINER T-Shirts?

  • IslandLifer

    Wyld Goose has it right. I don’t see anyone out there forming militias which is VITAL for a community when power hungry politicians decide to make a move against the citizens. Waiting until it is too late is a foolish option. I am guilty as well and not trying to throw stones here but I believe a well organized militia can help maintain a level power balance within a community and keep crooked cops in check. Great point Goose.

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    The cops had no obligation to bring Dorner out alive.
    Not as long as he was an armed fugitive and known to be dangerous.
    Even if the cabin was deliberately set on fire.
    Not until Dorner’s obligation of walking out of there with his hands up (surrender) was met anyway.
    That being said, I do acknowledge there are many cases of police abuse of power, corruption, and just plain blunders.
    This is one reason I prefer a country containing LESS police, with narrowly defined duties, along with a well armed citizen militia to keep it all in balance.

  • Sam Adams

    justme says:
    February 19, 2013 at 9:34 am
    ________

    Why are you living in a place with rampant police corruption? Seriously….move!!!
    _________

    Wyld_Goose says:
    February 19, 2013 at 10:07 am

    @Sam Adams — while I completly agree with you in that it’s “Hard to identify who are the good guys” I would remind you that Dorner was one of these cops that where hunting and eventually killed him. That should speak volumes!
    ____________

    My point is that sometimes there are no “good guys.” Soviet Union versus Nazi Germany? Who were the good guys? Hitler killed 12 million; Stalin killed 50 million. 60+ years later, Europe largely embraces one form of Marxism or another. The UK is about to be overrun and controlled by Muslims. Same thing with Sweden. Those folks have largely forgotten what it means to fight for your freedom.

    All that said, the cops in LA are probably less likely to kill you than the gangs there. I may visit there, but there isn’t enough money there to justify my living there.

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    I don’t see anyone out there forming militias which is VITAL for a community when power hungry politicians decide to make a move against the citizens
    Island
    This militia is there, performing just as the founders intended.
    Ask Reginald Denny. It isn’t the police who hold the power in LA, it’s actually the zombies. Meanwhile the police more or less simply stepped aside.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umq0hpAnHrc

  • http://wyldgoose.wordpress.com/ Wyld_Goose

    @Sam Adams — rereading what I posted almost looked like I was challenging you. This isn’t the case. I didn’t word it well, but was agreeing with you by pointing out the fact that Dorner was one of the same cops that hunted him down. Dorner was a blaring example of other cops, the difference was he didn’t have a badge on.

  • http://www.gofundme.com/andremaunsell Andre Maunsell

    Q) What does Christopher Dorner have in common with a Burger King Whooper?
    A) They are both FLAME BROILED!

  • KHarn

    “Brother says:February 19, 2013 at 7:22 am”

    Does it HURT to be so stupid?

  • DJ

    Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    February 19, 2013 at 11:50 am

    The cops had no obligation to bring Dorner out alive.

    —————

    Bingo!

    Dorner was firing at the cops with the full intention of killing as many as he could. The cops, in an act of self defence, returned fire. Dorner, the homicidal maniac is dead. End of story.

  • CGW409

    Never a runaway cement truck around when you really need one.
    Like outside LAPD HQ on Saturday for example.

  • Flu-Bird

    WILL THESE IDIOTS WANT TO BUILD SOME STUPID MEMORIAL IN HIS NAME? DONT PUT IT PAST SOME LIBERAL DEMAC-RAT TO DO IT AND ESPECIALY THAT STUPID AS STICKS JERRY(MOONBEAM)BROWN TO SIGN A BILL LIKE THAT

  • dan

    I guess Jesus (and Ron Paul) had it right again :
    Those that live by the sword,shall die by the sword.

    ….and PLEASE get the out of LA
    (and any other big city)
    before martial law and it goes up in flames

  • ArtMooney

    I’m with justme. The only people who like or respect cops simply haven’t spent enough time with them. They are trained to lie, con you out of your constitutional rights and get you to incriminate yourself even when you’re not guilty. They shoot first and ask questions later, make up facts to suit themselves and lie on the stand like there’s no tomorrow.Far as I’m concerned as long as there’s one bad cop out there, they’re ALL bad. I used to be one of those people that defended the police no matter what. All that thin blue line nonsense. In the last 20 years I’ve seen enough lying, corruption, filth, manipulation, abuse, violence, rights violation and chicanery to fill 10 books. Cops are the scum of the earth and if you think I’m wrong just go spend some time with them.

    Don’t get me wrong, it pains me to say this. I want them to be somebody we can all look up to. Unfortunately the hiring practice of only recruiting those with low IQs in order to have drones who will blindly follow the orders of their corrupt leaders has led to a degradation of the entire service. Brainwashing them into thinking that they’re Gods rather than civil servants has been the downfall of the entire idea of having police. Turning them into armed tax collectors was also a massive mistake.

    As much as it disgusts me – when I see the picture above the only feeling I have is relief. That’s one more armed storm trooper that isn’t going to be out violating peoples rights, shooting dogs, or robbing people of what little money they have left. I feel the same way about that image as I would if it were pedophile, gangbanger or Muslim. The world is a safer place without ‘em. And again, it’s got nothing to do with me. This is entirely their doing.

  • Brother

    “Does it HURT to be so stupid?”

    @KHarn

    If pain equates to stupidity, you must be on a constant morphine drip. It must be hell to live in perpetual fear of the police. And, thanks for proving my point about fringe dwellers. Just don’t forget to order your “Dorner” tee shirt a size larger so it will fit over your “occupy” tee shirt, coward.

  • ArtMooney

    The other thing that’s a little distressing here is without any facts or evidence we have all convicted Christopher Dorner in the court public opinion. I remember when they were saying Randy Weaver was a cop killer. Turns out the cop that died was shot by another cop in a case of friendly fire. That didn’t stop the media from portraying Randy Weaver as something completely contrary to what he was. Same goes for David Koresh: when that was going on they said he was a meth dealing, gunrunning, child molester who was shooting at the police with cop killer bullets. After the smoke had cleared on the burning carcasses of the 70 women and children trapped inside – it turned out that none of that was true and the cops that got shot were shot by other cops who were inside the house ‘spraying and praying’. Again it didn’t stop the media from falsely accusing Weaver or Koresh to drum up a public opinion bloodlust and ratings.

    We place for too much trust in media funded by advertising. Their job is to entertain and to keep us from changing the channel, not to provide facts. Dorner may be completely guilty, but based on their track record the cops that got shot up at that cabin were mathematically probable instances of friendly fire and everything we think we know about Christopher Dorner is probably wrong. Unfortunately we’ll have to wait five years for an investigation to be concluded and for somebody with a cool head and an IQ over 80 to write a book that no one will read.

  • Infidel

    Earlier, I believe someone alluded to how similar the Dorner supporters are to the Occupy crowd. With their hatred (or FEAR) of police, and the tendency to believe in conspiracy theories, they share much common ground.

  • Scotty G.

    Meanwhile the real “hero” cops nearly killed 5 or 6 innocent civilians.

  • Flu-Bird

    Will they make Chris Doiner into another JOHN BROWN?(John Browns body lies a moldering in his grave)and will he end up as liberal maryter to the leftists swine?

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  • http://fanningtheflamesbook.com peter

    What the LAPD did to Dorner is precisely what the Navy Seals did to bin Laden. I call it “justice.”

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