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My name is Larken Rose, and you are most likely here because you have either heard about my research into the federal income tax, or you have heard about my political (or anti-political) rantings and/or books. Because the two issues are really separate, distinct issues, they are dealt with separately. So choose which path below you want. (Or you can go to the store, which has the books and other stuff having to do with both topics.)


Cops: Public Servants or Fascist Pigs? (Part 7)

As I've pointed out before, someone being obnoxious, or even
violent, does NOT necessarily make him a fascist. On the other
hand, the fact that someone is occasionally nice, or helps someone,
isn't proof that he is NOT a fascist. Several people have responded
to my messages by saying that there are some "good cops," and as
"proof" of that, cite situations in which police officers have
treated them fairly, or have stopped some bad guys. However, that
has NOTHING to do with whether they are fascists or not. Keep in
mind, the Nazis--I mean the ones who called THEMSELVES "Nazis"--
were probably polite and courteous to most people, most of the
time. Furthermore, they sometimes went after real criminals (the
non-government kind). And, as the saying goes, Hitler got the
trains to run on time. No one commits evil all the time, and just
about everyone is nice and helpful to some people, even if just
their own friends and family.

The fascist test is not supposed to determine if "police" are
always the bad guy (they're not), or to prove that there's not a
shred of good in any of them. The test is whether American police
have the fascist mindset, and all the evidence shows that they DO.
Interestingly, several former cops on my list have sent me messages
AGREEING with that assessment. In fact, at the suggestion of my
wife, I almost titled this message, "The Only Good Cop Is an Ex-
Cop," but I wanted people to know that this is part of the "Fascist
Pig" series. But the truth of the matter is, if someone does the
"job" of being a cop today, he is REQUIRED to be a fascist pig. (I
know some who resigned rather than do that, which really impresses
me.) As I've pointed out before, it is the OFFICIAL POLICY of
police departments across the country to act like Nazi swine. Want
another example? Here you go:

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Pointing a gun at someone is a REALLY SERIOUS thing to do. Every
responsible gun owner knows the saying, "Don't point a gun at
anything you don't intend to kill." And yet American police
routinely point guns at all sorts of people, when those people pose
NO threat to the cops or anyone else. I'm sure that most of you
have heard of the cop who shot and killed the unarmed guy on the
train platform:


There are plenty of videos on YouTube of cops pointing guns at
people who are not a threat to anyone. Understand--as every
responsible gun owner does--that pointing a gun at someone
constitutes an obvious, immediate THREAT TO THE PERSON'S LIFE. It
takes a really serious situation for doing so to be justified. So
what heinous act must one do in this country before "law
enforcement" will threaten your life? How about a little gardening?
As subscribers to the JPFO web site know, one man in Wisconsin was
accosted and arrested, and had his LIFE ENDANGERED, while he was
planting a tree in his front yard, while openly wearing a firearm.
Here is the story:


For now, let's ignore the fact that it's perfectly "legal" to
openly carry a firearm in Wisconsin. And let's ignore the fact that
the guy was on his own property. The cops made a direct threat to
the man's LIFE, by pointing LOADED FIREARMS at him, when there was
not the slightest hint that he was being a threat to anyone. Would
anyone who is NOT a fascist pig point a GUN at someone who was
doing a little gardening? No. It is a great example of the fascist
mindset: that it's okay to endanger someone's life, and forcibly
assault him, because he possesses the ABILITY to defend himself.
So, was it just a couple fascists, or is such Gestapo thuggery
officially sanctioned? Well, we don't have to wonder, because the
chief Nazi in Milwaukee has answered it, loud and clear:


The first sentence from the Associated Press piece says all you
need to know: "Milwaukee's police chief said today he'll go on
telling his officers to take down anyone with a firearm despite
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen's finding that people can carry
guns openly if they do it peacefully." In case that wasn't clear
enough for you, Fuhrer Flynn added another comment: "My message to
my troops is if you see anybody carrying a gun on the streets of
Milwaukee, we'll put them on the ground, take the gun away and then
decide whether you have a right to carry it."

Ed Flynn is a Nazi pig. But what I want to know is this: Where are
the cops in Milwaukee SPEAKING OUT AGAINST THIS? If you happen to
live in Wisconsin, or be passing through, you now have it, straight
from the mouth of the top fascist, that you will be violently
assaulted and have your life threatened, if they happen to notice
that you are carrying a firearm, even if their own "laws" say you
have the absolute right to do so. So where are the "good cops"--
where are the NON-fascist cops--loudly proclaiming that they will
do no such thing? Hello? Anyone there?

I do not make my next statement lightly or facetiously: Until a lot
of Wisconsin cops start loudly proclaiming that they are NOT going
to implement the Gestapo "policy" described by Fuhrer Flynn, and
until that Nazi scum is either fired or fired AT, anyone with a gun
in Milwaukee has the right to shoot any cop who notices his
firearm. When it becomes "official policy" of American police to
assault and disarm anyone they see with a firearm, then it should
be the "official policy" of "we the people" to start gunning down
cops on site.

Think that's too extreme? Well consider these facts:

1) The Supreme Court, in John Bad Elk v. United States,
acknowledged that the people have a right to resist unlawful
arrests, even if doing so requires the use of deadly force.

2) J.B. Van Hollen, the District Attorney of Wisconsin, has
acknowledged that people DO have the legal right to open carry in
Wisconsin. Their own web site acknowledges that:


So I'm dying to ask Mr. Van Hollen, if some Wisconsinites decide to
defend their right to be armed, by SHOOTING the fascists who do
what Ed Flynn is telling them to do--which obviously constitutes
false arrest, not to mention assault and battery--will Mr. Van
Hollen prosecute those people for defending their rights? I'm
betting he would, which would make him a liar, a hypocrite, and a

Larken Rose