Allen Aldenberg’s Addled Acumen

A recruitment pitch made earlier this week by the Manchester Police Outfit touted qualified immunity as a job perk. Qualified immunity being the legalese that says that some people (those with badges) are not to be held accountable for their actions unless their counterparts in legaland deem it so.

Unsurprisingly this post received a lot of attention. And, in keeping with police protocols to limit transparency, it was quickly deleted.

In a follow-up, the the top-dog of the Manchester Police outfit Allen Aldenberg voiced platitudes: “This post was not the place to mention qualified immunity.” Why not? Is it that Aldenberg is against qualified immunity, as asked by commenter Justin O’Donnell?

I don’t think so. Nowhere has Aldenberg questioned the “qualified immunity” guise. So again, if qualified immunity is indeed claimed, why does Aldenberg say that it should not be mentioned in a job pitch?

Aldenberg is motivated to mitigate any discussion around qualified immunity. He does not want us to think about it, because he knows it will only make us realize the utter lack of accountability to which he and his band of cohorts adhere. Aldenberg knows that perception is critical, that unthinking faith in their outfit is necessary to perpetuate their charade.

As Ben Stone wrote in SEDITION, SUBVERSION & SABOTAGE:

So long as the evidence seems to support the State’s narrative, the believers have no reason to question their faith. But when the system fails and fails again in spite of the State’s efforts and promises, faith can be shaken. This is the single largest flaw in the armor of the State; it can’t provide what it promises.

So, in some small way, I guess a “Thanks!” is due to Aldenberg for causing many thousands of individuals to be more aware of the double standard he and his accomplices claim, and thusly, further making their coercive institutions less relevant.

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19 Comments

  1. You aren’t as peaceful as you portray yourself to be if you are quoting passages from that book, Mr. Eyre.

    I’ll add this information to your dossier.

  2. Another one of Pete’s paranoid rants. Whether you like it or not, the police are not going away. They can’t be transparent about everything. Such as murders and open cases where disseminating information would jeopardize the case. The best way not to worry about the police, stop breaking the law.

    I would think you would want to scratch all that and try to rebuild free keene’s image after the crypto six blew it out of the water. You claim transparency yet the fake church you people have was trying to get tax free exemptions. Did you or Ian or whoever else provide documented use of gift money to the people who donated it? I seriously doubt it. If you honestly did, the large sums of money placed in this ridiculous farce of a church would come out to a lot of questions. Until you practice it yourself, don’t demand it from others.

  3. ^^^Ha ha ha. You admire this spazz because of his tenacity, don’tcha Karl?

  4. Yeah. Jacks is great!

    With that being said, I don’t agree with qualified immunity as it is currently implemented.

    The fake church stuff he mentions is all correct though. Ian and company think they are so clever, and pulling a fast one over on us. Nobody but the Free Keene dipshits takes it seriously, and I still think they are pretending because Ian is their guy.

    Also, Pete really likes to read some crackpot authors. I liked the part where the dude goes into targeted individual conspiracy nonsense in the beginning. Also, a large portion of the book is about violence against the state. I wonder if daddy Ian is happy about that. Peaceful Evolution lol

  5. Lol. Right, Karl. Cuz you libtard weirdos are totally opposed to violence against the state, arent’cha? Everything’s on the up and up just as long as we all agree to believe the same lie that those buildings you burned down last summer is free speech, right?

  6. I didn’t burn down any buildings, Silvia. Did you forget to take your meds this morning?

  7. The Declaration of Independence talks about violence against the state too *gasp*

    How did Ian try to pull a fast one on us? He has talked about Shire Free Church on this site and on FTL manu times over the years. Not very characteristic of someone trying to pull a fast one…

  8. “The Declaration of Independence talks about violence against the state too *gasp*”

    So? The founders didn’t pretend to be peaceful people like Pete and Ian. It’s hypocrisy that I am pointing out here. These people are more than happy to dispense with peace as long as the source supports their worldview.

    Pull a fast one is an idiom, Intrigare. Maybe you could use that wonderful Google search you were talking about earlier? (Hint: Idioms often aren’t literal. I won’t say more, because then how will you learn by yourself?)

  9. “So?”

    So… It must also be hypocritical for someone to talk about peaceful evolution and also reference the Declaration of Independence, right?

    “Pull a fast one is an idiom, Intrigare.”

    Ah, thanks for letting me know. Anyway, in light of this new information let me ask:

    How did Ian try to pull a fast one on us? He has talked about Shire Free Church on this site and on FTL manu times over the years. Not very characteristic of someone trying to pull a fast one…

    (See what I did there? Lol)

  10. Maybe? What’s your point?

    Well, you see, Ian’s “church” is bullshit, but he’d like you and I to believe that it’s real. He’s trying to deceive us. Hence, pulling a fast one. Got it?

  11. Oh boy! Grammar nazi-ing! Man, I used to love that shit back in the day.

    Wait guys. I’ve got one! I’ve got one! Check this baby out.

    Hey Karl? Who’s “us?”

    God I love that one.

  12. Hey Silvia, how about you try reading my post. It’s only like three lines. The sentence preceding the one in which I use the word “us” has your answer. I know it’s hard, but if you want a full understanding of the comment section you really need to be willing and able to read.

  13. “Maybe? What’s your point?”

    Well point is you don’t have to wonder about whether Daddy Ian is happy about Pete quoting a book that talks about violence against the State… Because Nobody quoted from the Declaration of Independence many times right in front of Ian… and he didn’t seem to have a problem with that did he? Glad I could help.

    “Well, you see, Ian’s “church” is bullshit, but he’d like you and I to believe that it’s real. He’s trying to deceive us. Hence, pulling a fast one. Got it?”

    I think you are trying to pull a fast one Mister. I see what you did there. This is a learning exercise to cement what I already discovered on google, isn’t it? I don’t care what everybody else says, you’re an alright teacher Marx 😉

    But while Marx (when he was alive) may have thought all churches were bullshit and their believers deceived, whether something is a church or not depends on one’s perspective, and if we don’t agree then it doesn’t necessarily mean one of us is being deceived.

    I thought we already established that in past exhausting discussions on the subject… didn’t we Marx? Or are you still sticking with that list of criteria you found from the IRS with points that churches may or may not violate still be a church? Because I must say that didn’t help much with making a determination. It makes it about as clear as mud Marx… Frankly I’m already starting to lose faith in your teaching abilities :(. That didn’t take long did it?

  14. “Well point is you don’t have to wonder about whether Daddy Ian is happy about Pete quoting a book that talks about violence against the State… Because Nobody quoted from the Declaration of Independence many times right in front of Ian… and he didn’t seem to have a problem with that did he? Glad I could help.”

    Great, you’re making my point for me. Thanks.

    I don’t know what you’re babbling on about past that.

  15. Oh no. Crabby Karl’s back again. Dammit! I never should have provoked him with that “who’s us?” joke. Sorry about that, Intrigare. I thought he’d get it. I mean he is an expert on sarcasm and all.

    Anyway, don’tcha worry. I’m sure I can fix this. But I’m gonna need Creepy Crawford’s help to make this work. BRB.

  16. Sorry I took so long, Intrigare, but the Creepster was being a real pill today. You know how he is. Anyway, he said “no.” Apparently I’m “bad for the movement” and I’m also “way to old for him” or some shit. So it looks like I’m going to have to come up with something else. I’ve got one more idea but it’s kind of a long shot. I hope this works! BRB.

  17. Well, Chief Aldenberg messed up but…I have something else to pass along.

    I was watching the Red Sox game today and was surprised to see an ad for an ATM where you could buy Bitcoin with cash.

    This supports something that I have said before. The arrests of Mr. Freeman, Nobody etc. are hardly an attack on Bitcoin or other Cryptocurrencies. Crypto has become quite mainstream and everybody understands that.

  18. Qualified immunity ??? Not just for Vaccine Manufacturers !!

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