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#22 Feb 16, 2013
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Get a functioning brain.
You consistently IGNORE THE FACT that he was mentally ill.
I believe it was a top cop in the LAPD who even admitted that!
But you just ramble on about how 'wrong' it was, as if you're telling anybody anything of any importance at all.
Morals? How dumb is that comment? Never mind, that's a waste of my time.
You are right..shame on me. What a great act of kindness he did. I wonder if Obama will give him a national holiday. A lot of people have mental illness in this country- get help. It does not give one the right to do this to others. You can go tell the families of the victims what a great person he was. I guess in your little world things like this can be justified. Prior to this he had a lot of integrity, it is a shame it had to end this way.

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#23 Feb 16, 2013
You obviously need help too -'act of kindness'- how fanatical.
I couldn't find where you mentioned a single thing you did to help the families, or people like Dorner. It's hard to help others when you're busy being sanctimonious fulltime.

Moron, the really mentally ill don't get help, so they're wandering the streets, getting worse, thanks to parasitic Republican cuts, and their LOVE OF MONEY over humanity.
No, they need to be forced to get help, or to have someone reach out to them - that sure isn't you.
How much did the LAPD do to help him after they got done ruining his career? No clue?
How much integrity did he have after the LAPD got done with him? No idea what I'm talking about? Of course not. Ignorance is bliss.
No, it’s not a shame, it’s a nightmare for everybody who gives a dam.

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#24 Feb 16, 2013
I am sure it is important to the families of those who lost a loved one. What did you do for him? Are you going to assist the families that lost a loved one? You do not have any morals. I also think you should get a mental health checkup- you seem mentally unstable. You should also get help for that ego of yours.

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#25 Feb 16, 2013
I’m flattered, but quit parroting and get some thoughts of your own.
Never mind, I guess you would if you could, just like you’d answer my questions if you had anything to back up your convoluted opinions based on nothing.

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#26 Feb 16, 2013
People,
the following is a rebuttal to the rage and hatred that come from the idiot masses who are just to dumb to THINK about Dorner’s motives. No, their simple little minds just can’t handle any opinion that differs with theirs.
Those morons are perfectly fine with the people murdered by the LAPD, and covered up by government corruption. Decade after decade, people are victimized but the idiot masses see nothing wrong with that. That shows their mental illness.
They’re also so sick that they defend government cover-ups of corruption which includes demonizing anybody who exposes that unending corruption. That shows their twisted thinking when it comes to brown-nosing career criminals who victimize people like them.
Maybe they see all people in leadership positions as mommy-daddy figures, so they’re very willing to look the other way out of a desperate need for parental love which they never get.
They also don’t mind their tax dollars being used by career criminals to victimize the poor and helpless. You won’t hear them complaining about unarmed non-violent protesters being viciously attacked for exposing banking corruption.

It’s absolutely possible to see both sides at the same time, if you’re intelligent and open-minded. There is the victim’s side, and some truly are victims.
However, there’s also the reality that open-minded people see: That this man was telling us that something is terribly wrong.
The media has turned against him because that’s what they’re paid to do. The idiot masses will believe the media because thinking for themselves is too much like work. The idiots never even consider whether he tried to voice his complaints, how often, and to whom. We do know that his Facebook page was deleted - that is proof that government corruption is at work to silence those who don’t say what the government approves of.

The result will probably be demonization of Dorner without even considering what caused his rage. Those who do know are afraid to speak out, and there will be a cover-up of everything the LAPD did wrong.
The fact that the LAPD destroyed Dorner’s career because he didn’t go along with attempted murder, etc. will never be made public, and nobody at the LAPD will ever have to answer for anything, thanks again to the idiot masses who support a police state and massive corruption.
Instead, the so-called experts and the media will focus on using more force, violence, violation of civil rights -- in other words, violently pounding angry people into the ground as a way of attacking violence?!?
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#27 Feb 16, 2013
Quotes take from various sources:

The couple who reported Dorner's location to the police — after he tied them up and stole their car — say they're ambivalent about the alleged killer, who repeatedly told them he didn't want to hurt them and only wanted to "clear my name."

Who are these people hailing Dorner as "a kind of folk hero"? Primarily people "on the Chomsky-esque Left and the Ron Paul Right, who view the killer's manifesto as an articulate indictment of the 'police state' they have always opposed."

A CNN conversation on Wednesday, captured for posterity by the conservative site Townhall. In the segment, CNN contributor Marc Lamont Hill, an associate professor at Columbia University, says that Dorner has sparked "an important conversation that we've had about police brutality, about police corruption, about state violence."
His actions are "awful, killing innocent people is bad," Hill continues, but "as far as Dorner himself goes, he's been like a real-life superhero to many people....
Many people aren't rooting for him to kill innocent people, they're rooting for somebody who was wronged to get a kind of revenge against the system. It's almost like watching Django Unchained in real life, it's kind of exciting."
Other news and opinion outlets, from Alternet to Salon to Vibe, have also published articles at least sympathetic to Dorner's cause, though not his methods, BuzzFeed's Gray notes.
"The LAPD's troubled history and continued bad reputation are also big factors here," Berger tells BuzzFeed. "I think it's difficult for a lot of people to root for the LAPD under any circumstances.
http://theweek.com/article/index/240185/the-c...
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#28 Feb 16, 2013
Alleged Cop Killer Christopher Dorner Attracting Fans on Social Media Sites
Among the most popular of the fan pages is “I Support Christopher Jordan Dorner,” which had close to 2,000 “likes” by 3:30 p.m. Friday.
The supporter, who wisely declined to be identified, said he does not know Dorner, and his support is not for Dorner’s actions, but his cause.
“I don’t condone the acts of killing people, but I was going to try to spin it in a way that people can actually learn from him,” he told the LA Daily News during a phone interview.“It’s a perfect story about a person who wanted to just do the right thing but couldn’t catch a break. Maybe if enough people talk about it, hear it, see it, maybe some change can come out of it.”

Meanwhile, Dorner’s own official Facebook page was deactivated Thursday. Facebook officials said they do not comment on ongoing investigations but provided this statement:
“We work with law enforcement to the extent required by law, and as needed to keep the site and those who use it safe. We always seek to respond promptly to requests when we deem there’s an immediate risk to the safety of any our users.”
http://www.eurweb.com/2013/02/alleged-cop-kil...

Christopher Dorner gains sympathizers online as police track down murder suspect
http://www.dailynews.com/ci_22550408/christop...

More than 14,000 people "like" the "I Support Christopher Jordan Dorner" Facebook page. A page dedicated to "fighting back against corrupt cops and bringing to light what they do."
"I just hope there's enough interest to make police departments everywhere say,'Are we doing all we can?'" he said.
Dorner's grievances go back five years, shortly after he was terminated for filing what the LAPD has deemed an inaccurate report accusing his fellow officers of brutality.
http://www.azfamily.com/news/9pm-extra/Dorner...

Christopher Dorner manhunt inspires Facebook pages supporting him
One person called Dorner "a man with morals and a hero.[A] real rebel with a cause ... have respect for a man who is willing to die for something instead of living for nothing."
In Dorner's manifesto, he claims he was fired from the Los Angeles Police Department because he reported a superior using excessive force.
In another Facebook post, Jeanelle commented, "I read the manifesto and I believe this man."
Art wrote, "While I don't support Mr. Dorner's killing spree, I feel we owe to the man to demand an investigation into his allegations."
Tony christened Dorner "a real life Rambro."
Kenyatta wrote ominously, "Do what you must ... praying for you."
http://www.10news.com/news/christopher-dorner...
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#29 Feb 16, 2013
AS OF TODAY, Topix has become part of the corruption as this, and other discussions, are posted with warnings to scare the idiot masses away. All they have to do is click on the site, but the gutless will click on ‘Exit’ because that’s what their mommy-daddy wants them to do.

There will come a day when a nation of angry people will go after bad cops, legal parasites, corrupt politicians, banking traitors, and all the other leeches because they were denied any legitimate and lawful avenue for expressing complaints.

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#30 Feb 16, 2013
Protester wrote:
I’m flattered, but quit parroting and get some thoughts of your own.
Never mind, I guess you would if you could, just like you’d answer my questions if you had anything to back up your convoluted opinions based on nothing.
Don't be flattered moron. That ego of yours might get to big and your head will explode. I have my own thoughts- you are just to ignorant to accept or hear anyone elses thoughts. Apparently you have to have things explained to you several times to understand that these are my opinions and not yours. He may have been a victim at one time but not any longer when he took the lives of others. He obviously did know what he was doing because he said he did not want to hurt some of his captives..he picked and chose who he was going to kill. If he was completely gone he would have just shot anyone and not spared certain people.
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#31 Feb 17, 2013
When they said they didn't intend to torch Dorner's hideout,they're just flat-out lying,and the tape-recordings prove it. But look,the dude had just killed ANOTHER law-enforcement person!!! So OF COURSE they were extremely angry at Dorner at the moment,and the pyrotechnic weapons were an 'all bets off' decision to get him.
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#32 Feb 18, 2013
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If they kill him, Californians need to demand a full investigation and prosecution of those who caused him to give up due to overwhelming corruption.
The thing is Californian's wont demand nothing because SHEEPLE
Have'nt got the ball's to stand up for anything,
That's why your politician's and public official's are corrupt.
The sheeple or people are the only one's who could change it
BUT THEY HAVE'NT THE GUT'S!
They were going to kill him from the start,
They did not want him to get his claim's out ,Especially With the bad reputation the LAPD has,
When i see the mayor talking about this case you could tell he was wrapped up in it to!
I bet he is not as clean either! You can tell a rat when you
see one!

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#33 Feb 19, 2013
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Don't be flattered moron. That ego of yours might get to big and your head will explode. I have my own thoughts- you are just to ignorant to accept or hear anyone elses thoughts. Apparently you have to have things explained to you several times to understand that these are my opinions and not yours. He may have been a victim at one time but not any longer when he took the lives of others. He obviously did know what he was doing because he said he did not want to hurt some of his captives..he picked and chose who he was going to kill. If he was completely gone he would have just shot anyone and not spared certain people.
I absolutely accept intelligent thoughts, but yours are nothing but the mindless ranting of someone who has no evidence, no proof, and refuses to admit when wrong. Again, you’re even wrong about your assumptions about me, but you didn’t let that stop you from making up a fantasy world and demanding that everybody accept it. You really need help.
So, now you’re making up Rules for Shooters, and Psychological Absolutes in Mental Illness! Dumb. All you did was show your stupidity with that one. The statement you used actually proved me right.

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#34 Feb 19, 2013
Intelligent people:
As I’ve explained repeatedly, there are really different issues here. Evidently I didn’t make it simple enough.

First, there’s the legitimate issue of LAPD corruption and abuse, and those in power who protect it all. He was doing society a favor by warning the general public that they’re in danger. Unfortunately, that crime machine is just too big and powerful, and knew how to silence critics. In this case, nobody thanked him, and instead he was punished a great deal for trying to be the good guy. We don’t know what he was thinking, but we do know there are facts about crimes that were buried, and that nothing will change because the media will also protect the LAPD.

Then there’s the fact that human beings will only take a certain amount of abuse and then resort to suicide, violence, etc. We are ALL potentially in that boat, but we haven’t been pushed to our limits. We either haven’t had people we love killed, lost everything to people who deliberately tried to persecute us, falsely accused us and never let us have a voice, been in a position where everybody turned against us because they just didn’t care, etc. THAT’S WHY there are ways for the population to voice their complaints -- because those in power fear what would happen if we were denied a voice, respect, etc.

There’s also the issue that the idiot masses, who always take the facts and lump them together to create one simple-minded solution,. do nothing but make it worse. They have the same criminal mentality as those in power who promote corruption in government, business, etc. because they also promote stupidity and lies. Even worse, some of them, as we see from that poster, are too brain-dead to learn. They never listen any more than those in power do. In all cases, the reason is the same -- they’re parasites who don’t give a dam.

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#35 Feb 19, 2013
Doctor REALITY wrote:
When they said they didn't intend to torch Dorner's hideout,they're just flat-out lying,and the tape-recordings prove it. But look,the dude had just killed ANOTHER law-enforcement person!!! So OF COURSE they were extremely angry at Dorner at the moment,and the pyrotechnic weapons were an 'all bets off' decision to get him.
Right. In other cases, we've seen where somebody tries to talk the guy into coming out, to assure him that he'd get a fair trial, or something.
But not this time. They were afraid he WOULD talk, and they definitely don't want the public to THINK about what the LAPD did to people all those years.
They might have saved THAT officer's life too, but they were really desperate to kill Dorner.

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#36 Feb 19, 2013
hunter wrote:
<quoted text>
The thing is Californian's wont demand nothing because SHEEPLE
Have'nt got the ball's to stand up for anything,
That's why your politician's and public official's are corrupt.
The sheeple or people are the only one's who could change it
BUT THEY HAVE'NT THE GUT'S!
They were going to kill him from the start,
They did not want him to get his claim's out ,Especially With the bad reputation the LAPD has,
When i see the mayor talking about this case you could tell he was wrapped up in it to!
I bet he is not as clean either! You can tell a rat when you
see one!
I agree. We moved out of CA because it's hopeless.
They just won't work together, as if they don't live in THEIR state, but are just hanging out there temporarily.
I think it was in the '40's when the LAPD was worse than the Mafia, and they claimed to clean it up, but it sure is as bad today. It may not seem that bad because they've learned how to keep it quiet, including killing critics.

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#37 Feb 19, 2013
Police State info:
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#38 Feb 19, 2013
POLICE STATE 4 chronicles the sickening depths to which our republic has fallen. Veteran documentary film-maker Alex Jones conclusively proves the existence of a secret network of FEMA camps, now being expanded nationwide.
The military industrial complex is transforming our once free nation into a giant prison camp.
A cashless society control grid, constructed in the name of fighting terrorism, was actually built to enslave the American people.
Body scanners, sound cannons, citizen spies, staged terror and cameras on every street corner -- it's only the beginning of the New World Order's hellish plan.
This film exposes how the "Continuity of Government" program has established an all powerful shadow state.
Prepare to enter the secretive world of emergency dictatorship, FEMA camps, and a shredded Constitution.
Witness police and military savagely attacking innocent citizens as our own government unleashes false flag operations to justify its oppression.
Then watch as Alex Jones takes on corrupt mercenary police and exposes mainstream media brain-washing.”
(The guy’s a Libertarian, which is the polar opposite of a liberal, but we agree on the dangers and problems, but not the solutions.)
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#39 Feb 20, 2013
Liberals & Conservatives Agree: We're in danger
http://www.topix.com/forum/us/politics/TQ3OE1...
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Post 38
@3 mins.-control of the Internet by Homeland Security.
Chuck Baldwin - Romans 13: The True Meaning of Submission
@30 mins.- we are justified in resisting those who do evil and Satan.
@ 47 mins - 7 duties of govt.- protect the innocent, protect the freedom and rights of the people, provide justice, give fair trials to all accused, provide expeditious due process of law and fair judgment, punish evildoers, protect state borders
@ 50 - civil magistrates - tell truth, judge honestly,- it’s so bad today an honest man will be persecuted for telling the truth
@ 56 mins.- 3 kinds of evil rulers who should be resisted - duplicitous, conspirator, deceitful
@ 1 hr - Hitler portrayed as Jesus representative, to convince people to submit - Rom. 13
http://www.youtube.com/watch... ( that video is ‘no longer available’) I don’t know what that means, but all Christians need to be prepared to be harassed, then denied Internet access.

666 is the Rothschilds secret government
http://www.topix.com/forum/us/TFML9QT0AUQGVIR...
police state defined - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_state “Genuine police states are fundamentally authoritarian, and are often dictatorships. However the degree of government repression varies widely among societies. Most regimes fall into some middle ground between the extremes of civil libertarianism and totalitarianism”(Libertarian Ron Paul)

The Fed is privately owned
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Reserve_...

4th of July 2012: We're Finally Free of Debt !!
http://www.topix.com/forum/us/politics/THH0Q5 ...

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#40 Apr 19, 2013
Christopher Dorner's Killing Spree Leaves Police To Cope In Aftermath - lies, skipped facts
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