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Suspended St. Louis Police Officer: "I'm Into Diversity, I Kill Everybody"

A St. Louis County police officer, who was seen pushing a CNN anchor during protests in Ferguson, Mo., this week, was suspended from duty after a controversial video surfaced, in which he fashions himself as a merciless killer.

“I personally believe in Jesus Christ as my lord and savior, but I’m also a killer,” said officer Dan Page, a 35-year veteran, in the video. “I’ve killed a lot. And if I need to, I’ll kill a whole bunch more. If you don’t want to get killed, don’t show up in front of me. I have no problems with it. God did not raise me to be a coward." Page added, “I’m into diversity — I kill everybody. I don’t care."

St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said Page has been suspended, pending a review by the internal affairs unit, which will begin Monday. The video was brought to Belmar’s attention by CNN's Don Lemon.


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Spin doctors blame Partriot Movement for militized police.

This is crazy, first they create the police state, then they blame the ones who opposed it for its existence!



Wow....What a bunch of misdirection that article is.

It's completely taken out of context from a speech he made at oathkeepers over 2 yrs ago. They make it sound like it's a "current event" and that's a complete lie. Look at the thousands of comments of the yahoo article....none of them bothered to actually even click on the video-link that the quote was from.

"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy." -- James Madison

From CNN?

It's just another hill on the ride. Since the incident of the pushing of the CNN anchor was staged anyway, them 'outing' this 'cop' is all part of the spin.

His words were definitely taken out of context from the speech. He was actually describing himself in order to describe the others who would be out there on the streets, coming for the people. (I'm not defending him, he's doubtless a sociopath)

One thing is sure, an asset like him is certainly NOT fired. I don't know if he ever really was an MOPD, but they don't fire good psyop agents.

Just open the box and see

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In context I agree with most

In context I agree with most of what I've seen. I've only seen the "really bad" parts that CNN chose to air but if that's the worst that he said, I have to say it's not so bad. I think you have to look at the context of what his message seemed to be. To my understanding it looked like he was making a point about the craziness of political correctness. In that context, I also will shoot anyone of any ethnic background or sex who happens to be threatening me with harm. I'll also be an equal opportunity killer in that sense. It does not mean I'm out to kill everyone!

The stuff he said about Obama... well, I have my doubts about where the man was born too. There are many conflicting sources so who am I to believe? I think Kenya is a distinct possibility.

Ok politically correct crowd, crucify me...

Beware the cult of "government"...

But do you care enough

about the Obama birthplace issue to make it part of your soapbox? That's what makes me think Page was there fishing for lonely dupes for the government to manipulate into looking like some would-be bomber or other boogey man whose actions would discredit Oathkeepers. If someone were really as connected as this guy claimed to be, he'd understand it doesn't matter what name the tool in the White House goes by.

He was there to sound controversial and intriguing. He was there to befriend an impressionable loner.

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this whole story is false

this whole story is false propaganda from the beginning when he was waving his gun around at the crowd. they're just milking it for all its worth.

of course hes a white gun toting jesus freak, nothing else fits their agenda.
the scene with this guy in it has stunk from the beginning.


In what context did he make those remarks?

If he's talking about killing tyrants of any color in a time when they move to destroy freedom, then hurray.

I don't have an hour to watch his speech. Looks like this may be a smear attempt against Oath Keepers.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

how can context matter

What possible context can make a statement like that acceptable? This guy is not a comedian on Saturday Night Live. The sentence is sociopathic.

And no, he isn't talking about killing tyrants. He's one of them.

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So, we put a description...

to go behind the Nazi's helmet.

Does anyone still believe the jack booted thugs are your friends?

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.

Funny thing was that this was addressed at an Oathkeepers speech


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