Bicycle, Bicycle, Bicycle…

You say black I say white
You say bark I say bite
You say shark I say hey man
Jaws was never my scene

Every day I pass motorcycle cops, the human equivalent of traffic cameras congregated down by the University of Arizona. Occasionally they will pull some poor kid over for minor victimless infractions, however, they are mostly just doing what Tucson cops do best. Watching the young college girls or boys walking quickly to their classes. IMG_00005610_edit

So forget all your duties oh yeah
Fat bottomed girls they’ll be riding today
So look out for those beauties oh yeah

I have attached a few pictures for you to peruse and will be taking more as time and space permit. Feel free to contribute pictures of your local sexual predators, I mean, cops doing their duty. There was a time not long ago when as a student of the system, quite literally, I supported the idea that we needed them. However, over the course of 6 years of higher education and the subsequent interaction with numerous individuals within that system I have been awakened to a reality that most Americans are incapable of realizing. IMG_00005611_edit

It is the small minority of law enforcement and judicial system workers that actually care about what is morally right and wrong. The large majority is taught to follow the law blindly or to follow policy, because and I quote this, “This is how you get home every night.” And please remember, of the top ten most dangerous jobs in the United States, law enforcement isnt one. No, folks, the dangerous jobs are for those honest hard working people who fish, hunt, farm and build your houses.

Free the mind and the body will follow.


About Jesse Mathewson

Jesse Mathewson is the author of the popular blog, and provides commentary to many varied places based on a background that includes education in criminal justice, history, religion and even insurgency tactics and tactical training. His current role in his community is as an organizer of sorts and a preacher of community solidarity and agorism. He also runs Liberty Practical Training, a self defense school specializing in the practical applications of defensive approaches versus the theoretical. As an agorist, voluntaryist and atheist his life is seen as crazy and wild by many, though once they get to know him most realize he is a bluntly honest individual who will give you the shirt off his back if he believes it is necessary to help you. Very simple, "That which is voluntary between all individuals involved is always right, if it is not voluntary, it is always wrong."
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8 Responses to Bicycle, Bicycle, Bicycle…

  1. Thomas Rodney Weiss says:

    I find it ironic that someone who hides behind the craven moniker “Anonymous” thinks it is appropriate to question another’s integrity, courage, and commitment while doing so.

    I was vividly reminded of that nasty little creature who jeered at his betters from the illusory safety of Jabba the Hut’s gross sweaty belly in that Star Wars movie, and who went scurrying back up under Jabba’s left man-tit when glared at.

    You may try googling for “police IQ hiring ceiling”, “Indiana self defense against police”, “good cops leaving police force”, “police shoot family dog”, “police raid wrong address”, “police brutality statistics”, “police taser elderly”, ‘police steroids abuse”, and so on. You may find it to be rather informative, if not guiltily familiar.

    Then come belly-crawling right back here and post your most abjectly sincere apologies.

    If you are under the impression that this is an ad hominem attack, I disrespectfully point out that there can be no ad hominem attack when there is no hominem.


  2. Anonymous says:

    So you get what you asked for! Wow Jesse, up until now I’ve been a follower, but no longer. Have you worked in law enforcement or are you just a weekend warrior and lawyer? Please tell me you’re not “that guy” that intentionally goes out to violate the law, or give that appearance, so when you’re stopped by law enforcement, you shove you cell phone camera in their face and question every thing they do. There’s only .5% of the population who can do this without actually breaking the law. Basically these people rely on intimidation to discourage an enforcement action. Is that not what irritates you most, the fact that law enforcement intimidates you. Don’t get me wrong, not every cop is the best and maybe some get carried away in following the letter of the law. For every one of those there are a 1000 that are GOLDEN. Thinking back to your blog, it wasn’t so much what you said as much as the picture you chose to post. Flipping off, shooting the bird, and implying you were doing that to the officers is disgraceful and disrespectful. I did notice that you didn’t take the photo with your hanfd raised at the officers, instead you chose to hide it for only the camera to see. And why is that exactly? Then to refer to them as sexual predators, I mean seriously!!! You’re the guy that will blog this crap claiming freedom of speech but then be the first to call for THEIR help when you have been victimized or a REAL sexual predator has attacked a loved one. I’m not sure what happened to you but I hope you can find your way to a better place without bashing the men and women who risk their lives to protect people like yourself so you can talk crap about the profession. Don’t hide behind your blog or the pictures taken from afar with your act of disrespect (hand jest urge) hidden. If you’re going to be a liberty practical trainer, then stand up for what you truly believe and stop hiding. As far as your top 10 most dangerous job quote. Where are the facts to support that statement. A good journalist blogger would volunteer the proof and basis for your statement. How man victimless traffic offenses result in more than just a traffic stop. Maybe these children should learn that if you break the law the consequence is being stopped by the law and forced to face the consequences. Where exactly in Arizona are you blogging about these horrible civil rights violations? Do you have the courage to name to town/city or maybe the specific department you are referring to? Given the events that have occurred over the past several weeks, the ambush attacks on officers and the innocent attacks on innocent civilians, you should real be more of the solution instead of the problem. I’m done with following you or supporting any of your rants. I challenge you to respect police and encourage a respectful interaction with them. Use the court system to enact your vengeance on the minority of officers who are a little extreme in how they enforce code and do their job. Just keep it all in perspective, your doing it from behind a keyboard.


    • Here are your facts,

      Please check statistics on rape within workplace, or better yet, ask a cop what their chief goal is. If they are honest it is simply to get home. Ranchers want to live, truck drivers want to live, linemen want to live…not get harassed for non dangerous traffic violations. As for where I live, currently I reside in Tucson, Arizona.

      I do not push my camera into their faces, but I do get harassed regularly by uniformed Gestapo, border patrol, cops and more, “but sir we are just doing our job…”

      I would not call the cops to protect me, it’s not wanted or needed. I live my values daily and appreciate your feedback. Thanks for reading as you did, hope you take a minute and look around before jumping to conclusions again.

      Oh and by the by, those motorcycle cops, are sexual predators, they sit there every day ogling kids going to school, pulling over the hot ones and more. I have lived with cops and detest them, in fact have had family disown me simply because I stated the simple fact that laughing about slamming someone’s head in a car door isn’t fucking funny.

      You don’t know cops, most of them are bullies with badges, not all, but most these days are unfortunately. They are high paid janitors whose real goal is not to stop crime but to clean up when it’s over and go home at night.

      I do flip them off when I see them sitting there, however, driving and picture taking isn’t safe, so I make sure I am safe when taking pictures.

      Have a great night mr/mrs. Anonymous-

      My name is Jesse Mathewson, I live in Tucson Arizona- my email and number are available but I don’t answer private or blocked calls because people like you, the real threats to freedom like to make empty fucking threats. 🙂

      I don’t hide, I don’t run and I am very good at what I do. 🙂 goodnight/morning and have a great anonymous life.

      Just a couple points of fact-

      1. I call it what it is. The local cops are tyrants and abusive.
      2. I have never claimed a right, I state I am free, as such I will do ask wish as long as what I do does not harm another, unless in self defense.
      3. I am not afraid of badged bullies, but you would know that if you ever rode with me.
      4. Anonymous suites you, and is quite typical. I don’t hide and never have. 🙂


    • jeffreycanthony says:

      ” I challenge you to respect police and encourage a respectful interaction with them. ”

      There cannot be a respectful interaction when it is created through the use of force, be it implied or direct. Those interactions are “yes massa no massa”.

      The reason for these blog posts IMHO is to promote awareness, to open discussions about what you DON’T see the police do. Instead of being a fanboy, maybe the person hiding should come out and talk to people about their experiences (if they’ve had any) and maybe listen to those of others. All the opinion in the world is bullshit without mileage. Do YOU want to back up with references how 1000 good golden cops per 1 bad cop happens? That’s bad journalistic blog commenting.


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