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Is Adam responsible for Vegas cop murders?


USA Today and the SPLC come after Adam with a petty guilt by association assault. The issue of violence however, is too important to let the conversation descend this way.

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Police Likely Even More Upset

By killing themselves, the couple deprived LVPD of @n excuse to "lock down" the entire city & "cle@r" everyone's home without w@rr@nts. I suspect we'll see some level of retribution on the city's residents @s officers 'vent'.

Wrong Adam

I thought you were talking about a different Adam.

Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man (Adam), and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all sinned— (Romans 5:12 ESV)

Educate and inform the whole mass of the people... They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty. -Thomas Jefferson

Only God is good...

Quote from Jesus....and most likely those two cops killed here in Vegas were Ron Paul supporters...The only ones I have met are Ron Paul supporters.

What a thought provoking and

What a thought provoking and entertaining dialog by Adam.
As always, he's got the balls to tell it like it is.

No such thing as a good cop?

Good god... just when I think maybe Adam is okay, then he paints with a broad brush like that??? wtf, Adam?. Am I the only one on this forum that is friends with a good cop? Fucking unbelievable... and a discredit to the libertarian/freedom movement.

Do the good cops you know

Do the good cops you know NEVER enforce drug laws (which violate basic human rights)? If they NEVER do, but ALWAYS look the other way, then they might be good cops, assuming they NEVER enforce any of the dozens of other laws that violate human rights. But they don't ignore bad law, do they, because if they did they wouldn't keep their jobs.

So, like Kokesh said, in today's system there is no such thing as a good cop. A cop may think he's doing good, and he may act heroically at times, but if he's enforcing evil, sorry, he's part of the evil and by definition, not good.

A good cop would quit his job rather than enforce evil.

I must be willing to give up what I am in order to become what I will be. Albert Einstein

The 'no good cop' addage from

The 'no good cop' addage from the likes of Kokesh, Cantwell, and others is rooted in the philosophy that since a few cops are bad, the 'good cops' are bad by association by being complicit, or silent in the bad cops behavior.

How many stories are there of police over-stepping their bounds and 'good' cops stood silently aside? Being complicit is giving consent.

The underlying reason being that just by being a LEO you are indoctrinated into being part of the fraternity of officers. That bond makes the 'good cops' look away or stay silent about the minority 'bad cops' unconstitutional / excessive / unwarranted / corrupt behaviors.

Also, Adam believes that the system that supports a Police officer's lifestyle is inherently evil via the system of taxation, and the incentives inherent in a legal system that extorts otherwise non-violent people for money through tickets and fines.

Don't take it personally. I know many cops myself, all of which are upstanding individuals out of uniform. Most have done some pretty damn heroic things while on the job.

I also guarantee that same individual has given a ticket for some petty non-violent infraction, effecting the individual whom was fined. That $100 ticket for some individuals could even be the difference between making rent or living on the street...

It's the system that is inherently evil, and sooner or later the system turns even the purest of hearts into cynical authoritarian thugs, at least while the uniform is on.

I think you should watch the COMPLETE video.

I did not see what you are accusing.

It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people that pay no price for being wrong.
Thomas Sowell

you don't see...

... some of the "cops" I know who have pulled a person out of an overturned burning vehicle or who respond to an accident on a major highway where idiot motorists don't even bother to slow down below the speed limit when the see emergency vehicles. I've been there and done that in a supporting role as fire department a volunteer.

Fortunately, we have a lot of light being shined on the bad cops. Not a day goes by when we see some horrendous abuse of power displayed by bad cops, and it's good that the bad cops are expsosed. But there are many more good cops who actually help people.

If you and Adam want to try to discount the good cops out there, that's your problem. One day, rather than breaking down your door and shooting your pets, perhaps you'll find yourself in a burning vehicle and having a good cop dragging your sorry ass out. Maybe that's what it will take for you and others to paint with a broad brush before you can bring yourselves to accept the idea that there's no such thing as a good cop.

understand dave though

that the media is pushing this illusion on the people in the end to create chaos. Perception is reality for the tv watchers, this is all purposefully done to create the chaos they need in order to bring out their MRAPs and blame it on the uncontrollable world. Keep your humanity is all you can do dave, keep your compassion and make sure the officers do the same. Order out of chaos is going to be chaos the powers that be just don't know it yet.

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

The R3volution requires action, not observation!!!!

Ooooh, maybe I should correct "impeccable".

Hey, I don't have time to listen to the whole piece again. Do me a favor and cue me up to the part where he mentions no such thing as a good cop.

cue me up to where he mentions no such thing as a good cop

6 minutes, 35 seconds

Thanks for catching that...

and again for cueing it up for me. I will retract "impeccable". In general I do like where he goes with that segment, but sneaking in that quick little axiomatic "reminder" presents him a bit still, however slightly, to be...


A man who truly understands.

A man who truly understands.

Impeccable, OMG!

30 minutes of Adam speaking impeccable brilliance. That was total joy in sanity. I haven't been following him closely, but from what I've been exposed to since he left prison, he's spoken brilliantly. As he said, he was part of the state-sponsored death cult. He ironically seems to have been washed of the last of such insanity with his state-sponsored incarceration. Total recovery!