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User avatar #4 - konradkurze (01/17/2013) [-]
god is a manmade concept, thus only humans benefit from his power
User avatar #19 to #4 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
I always find it so humorous when someone speaks down on the concept of God when their user name is based off of a self-absorbed prick who had no problem killing people so long as it meant he stayed in control. That just really goes to show what side of the argument which people are on.
#32 to #19 - patchesdacrazy (01/18/2013) [-]
I find it humorous when you speak down on someones username because it refers to a violent and self absorbed person, where God supposedly not only wiped out nearly every living thing on earth, but also asks that you worship him alone, and no other deity. Really goes to show what side of the argument which people are on...
I find it humorous when you speak down on someones username because it refers to a violent and self absorbed person, where God supposedly not only wiped out nearly every living thing on earth, but also asks that you worship him alone, and no other deity. Really goes to show what side of the argument which people are on...
User avatar #33 to #32 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
Indeed, it would be extremely humorous if I were a firm believer of the Christian faith.
User avatar #20 to #19 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
i serve the goddess of justice and hand out justice where needed, criminal filth need to be brought to heel or executed without mercy
i spit on your trials and prisons for they are only mere spankings like you would give a child, and do not punish as they should
User avatar #22 to #20 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
Oh yeah, because arbitrarily blowing peoples heads off because we think they may have had something to do with the cookie being stolen from the cookie jar is a simple spanking.
User avatar #23 to #22 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
im sorry, the patriot act ended up with how many arabs being rounded up as suspected terrorists? and how many more under observation
User avatar #24 to #23 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
Um, the number of arabs being "rounded up" as you so poorly put it was perfectly proportional to the scale of the attack that took place on September 11th 2001. It was a very big, well-planned attack and thus it required a lot of people to make it happen. Because of this there were many, many people that Law Enforcement officials had RAS to use as justification for apprehension and questioning of said suspects. Furthermore, the Patriot Act didn't specifically target Arab people. Every single man, woman, and child in the good old U.S.A. is fair game. In other words, you have no valid argument.
User avatar #27 to #24 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
yeah but is wasnt every john smith that caused 911, it was arabs....and usa never cared which country did it, they did and many still do hold all arabs to blame
any time an american didnt like an arab they tried thinking of ways to report them is as terrorists
hell, i heard of a guy who on one time his arab neighbour spilled paint on something and went to use turpentine to clean it of, the guy smelled the turps and thought his neighbour was making chemical weapons

i was even on duty doing law enforcement and saw a towtruck trying to move an arab guys car from a no-parking area, the arab owner comes running out and begs the driver to not tow it,...the driver just tells the arab "i dont negotiate with terrorists'

thanks usa for promoting racial hatred and 'national security' laws while all the time still doing nothing about domestic laws
User avatar #28 to #27 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
Hey now, saying it was all Arabs that caused 9/11 is pretty racist... There was not a single country responsible, and we knew that. We did know, however, what countries that the people responsible for the attacks were in though. So, we asked for the people responsible, and when they weren't given to us we went and got them ourselves. Of course you're going to have people who are afraid of people with a different nationality, especially when the face of a horrific and traumatizing attack on your country is that nationality . It's not the first time it has happened in a society. We didn't trust people of Japanese descent after Pearl Harbor, people maintained their hatred for the German people after the Holocaust. There are many, many examples of this happening. Furthermore, you'd have to be a complete and total idiot would say that the USA is promoting racial hatred just because a tow truck driver wasn't having a good day. Oh, and you were "on duty doing law enforcement"?. You are simply being a blatant and disgustingly horrible liar now. If you're going to try to imitate a Law Enforcement official, then read the **** into what it means to be a LEO before you try acting like one. I BLEED blue, and it doesn't take a detective to figure out you're talking out of your ass.
#29 to #28 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
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i didnt say all arabs were to blame, im same the public beleived all arabs to blame, just as much as the few who were actual nazis made the world blame all germans for the holocaust....many still do that too

tell you the truth, youre so full of your own denial ******** that usa has crammed up your ass that you just refuse to accept any outside opinion
I do work law enforcement, i have seen enough **** going on to make a balance judgement from it all

all in all theres 3 kinds of people....the victims, the haters, and the denialists
youre one of those ones who live in denial and spread it to others so they stay blinded to whats going on
when the world goes to **** , ill be ready to protect people and punish criminals, and you'll have a mental breakdown as reality invades your mind
User avatar #30 to #29 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
Yeah no, you're full of **** . You don't act like a cop. You don't talk like a cop. In fact, you probably don't even know what C4 or 63 mean. All you're doing is trying to make yourself seem like a well-informed person with experience in a matter that you don't know **** about. So because of that you are throwing the oldest trick in the book at me by saying i'm just in denial. No, sir, it is you who is in denial. You are so convinced in your own superiority that you spew dogma like a dark-ages Catholic missionary. You offer nothing but conjecture, and lack the facts that you need in order to formulate a worth-while and meaningful argument, and that's because there are no facts present for you to use.
User avatar #31 to #30 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
right, keep sticking your fingers in your ears and humming to block out reality getting in your head
the system doesnt enforce the law as it should, it permits most criminals to be free because as the public worries about the more immediate threats of said criminals affecting them, they dont look into the long-term problems of the government and their schemes

i put on the uniform to serve the protection of the public and have seen too much that we're not expected to do that, we're expected to enforce whatever ends are the most beneficial to the politicians
have you ever noticed that the system puts more emphasis on shutting up political protesters than catching murderers and rapists?

i havent been required to be a political tool yet, but im handing in my uniform before it happens, my soul is more important than the **** they call my paycheck
User avatar #34 to #31 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
See, your just blowing your own feet off right now by exposing how little you know about the system you are condemning. You are looking at "The System" as a single all-encompassing body that is in control of every single tiny little aspect of the Criminal Justice system. If you had a trillionth of an ounce of experience in the field of work that you say you do, you would know that there is no singular system that tries the people of the United States until you get to court cases that are directly related to the rights granted to we the people of the United States by the Constitution.

You just exposed yourself as a liar with your own ignorance. "The System" doesn't enforce laws. The men and women wearing the blue enforce them, and these officers use their discretion to decide whether or not these people need to be charged for an offense committed. In other words, enforcement of the law is left to the local agencies and courts of a community, and you would know that if you were actually a ******* cop.

Which you obviously aren't.

Oh, and "it permits most criminals to be free"? Again, you're a ******* idiot. The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world. If you're too dense to understand what that means, it means we arrest a **** ton more people than anyone else in the world for as many charges as we can for as long as we can. When we put someone under, we make sure they stay under. So your whole criminals running free crap is utter ******** .

Source of that last piece of information: www.prisonstudies.org/info/worldbrief/wpb_stats.php?area=all&category=wb_poprate
User avatar #35 to #34 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
yes, the constitution, and its amendments, several of which are up for debate if you want to talk about that

you want to talk about the great discretion of the police and courts...ive met other officers who are just thugs in uniform...hell i knew one who tried attacking his own brother with an axe about 5 years before he signed up,,,,nice having anger issue types now serving to 'protect' people
ive rounded up enough violent offenders, theives, wife beaters, drug dealers and others, and the courts just spit them back out with community service penalties....real nice justice there

plus yes,...the us has a high incarceration rate, but the problem is, theres still a ton more criminals not incarcerated, that theres no room in the prisons for, and even the ones who do get locked up, most still by law have a chance to get out of jail, and most just commit crime again and again

the justice system isnt doing much, so what would you suggest we do with them?
User avatar #36 to #35 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
Well for one you can go ahead and stop with the whole "I'm a cop" thing because you're not fooling anyone. Furthermore, i'm not sure you know what discretion means, seeing as you didn't even say anything about it? In reference to your mythical police officer who tried attacking his brother with an axe, if he was not charged for it then there would be no reason for it to be held against him when recruitment time came around. Furthermore, if he really had done that then there would have been proof. If there was proof that it had happened, then he would have been charged. So you're pretty much saying he should not be allowed to be a police officer because of what you think happened. That's stupid.

On to criminals being incarcerated. Sentencing is an aspect that is controlled by the people of a state. If you want to end the repeat offender phenomenon, then you need to turn people back into functioning members of society. This is attainable by, oh I don't know, maybe we should start using prison as a means of rehabilitation in addition to punishment like it's supposed to ******* be?
User avatar #37 to #36 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
well the issue of discretion is corrupted by the fact that the system is letting thugs into the law enforcement, so their interpretation of how things should be applied is dodgy to say the least
the axe guy was charged for it,...just because he wasnt caught out for anything else since then, they let him join up....and i know he did it because he confessed it to me,...i even checked and saw it on file

prisons wont change people the way you think, USA is not sweden...people in usa are more aggressive and more selfish, and by the time they get to prison its usually a bit late to change them
you want to change the way people are, start in the home and how people raise their kids so they grow up better and avoid crime

User avatar #38 to #37 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
You do realize that it has been proven that after a person gets out of prison the likelihood of them committing a crime decreases at a dramatically high rate until it bottoms out at the same possibility that an average person would commit a crime, right? In addition to this, a large percentage of people who wind up in prison are younger males who go in for smaller-grade drug charges. In other words, most of our prisoner problems would vanish if we tried to influence them in the right ways, meaning it's NOT too late to change them. Oh, and our people are only as aggressive as their own attitudes make them. You're an ignorant idiot if you think that someone is a more selfish and aggressive person just because they're from the US.

And again, you're full of ******* **** . I don't care how many times you say a lie, it will not be true. You are not a police officer, and this man you speak of attacking his brother with an axe does not exist, or if he does exist he is not a police officer. The reason I know this is that a departments command staff would not tolerate that type of press nightmare waiting to happen. It is a liability they would recognize and keep from coming true.
User avatar #39 to #38 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
how old are you kid, im betting that youre one of the young breed who grew up in this **** so hence you dont see anything wrong with it
those of us a few years older who have seen things changing more to **** every year and arent happy with it

back in your daddy's day, when people were a bit more reasonable then they are today, your plan to rehab them was possible, nowadays generation x and beyond are less flexible and harder to change unless you use more serious ways to get through to them

its nice that you choose to ignore that some who join up have issues, then again you do show that ideal of trying to forget the past and instead shape a nicer future

not everyone joins up for the right reasons, some are just in for the authority and end up misusing it, and since alot of officers put the brotherhood of the uniform above common sense, they dont usually report in those who abuse the authority, and as for the command, i have seen some of the upper ranks who are a bit dodgy, and have had to tiptoe around bringing up issues till i know which ones above me are trustworthy enough to report internal problems to without having the internal politics bite me
User avatar #41 to #39 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
Tick tock "Officer", it shouldn't be taking this long. It's ******************** .
User avatar #40 to #39 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
One simple ******* question and this is resolved.
What does this mean?

"63, 10-74 on C4, C7 my 10-20".
User avatar #42 to #40 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
well codes depend on state and county

the ones i know would mean that says Criminal tresspass, negative damage to dept vehicle, damage to property on my location
User avatar #56 to #42 - garvielxloken (01/18/2013) [-]
Yeah you're full of **** . 63 and C4 are universal due to their importance.
User avatar #57 to #56 - konradkurze (01/18/2013) [-]
im kinda seeing that you too, if you do have anything to do with police, had anger issues before signing up
part of the ******* problem i was talking about
User avatar #5 to #4 - schnizel (01/17/2013) [-]
Thumb for you.
User avatar #6 to #5 - konradkurze (01/17/2013) [-]
why thank you kindly good man, here have a thumb for yourself
User avatar #8 to #6 - schnizel (01/17/2013) [-]
Long live Lenjin!
User avatar #7 to #6 - schnizel (01/17/2013) [-]
Thumb for you again.
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