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Cop Clubs like Iron Order : An In depth Look


The Following is a Article Written By someone with the handle “Infidel” . He sent it to Rebel who runs the Blog Site “The Aging Rebel”. This article is by far the best ever written on the subject of Cop Clubs. So take time to read the article. Pass this onto everyone. Again Bravo for taking the time to break down the thinking of these cops who form these cop clubs. To see the original article visit the Aging Rebel

This morning, a reader with the screen handle Infidel wrote:

“Ok, bear with me.

“I am not affiliated with law enforcement nor 1% clubs in any manner. I do ride a HD and love it.

“I have written several papers on LEMCs (during my graduate work on subcultures) and the issues surrounding the acrimony expressed by 1% clubs towards the ‘posers’. As well, the seemingly real backlash against LEMC members from other cops and managers. (Begging the question, why belong to a LEMC?)

“This research and interviews took place prior to the rise of the IO and consisted of approx. 20 members of notable LEMCs including the Iron Pigs (and others). Most had nothing bad to say about the 1% clubs and made it clear their LEMCs did not have members that would be placed in positions of investigating 1% club members. Several admitted they passed files to other cops as not to bring unwanted attention to their club. None of the members were in management positions and tended to be ‘street oriented’ rather than seeking higher positions or awards from superiors.

“While little respect was shown by 1%r clubs, with a very few exceptions there seemed to be little actual conflict between the older LEMCs and the 1% clubs.

“Why is the IO despised over and above the others to the point of fight on sight?

“Is there some difference between the ‘regular’ LEMCs and the IO?”

The Aging Rebel replies:

Dear Infidel,

Good question! Let me try to respond in a way that an anthropologist or a sociologist might understand.

First, you need to understand that the Iron Order is a tethered goat, the one percenter clubs are lions and the Department of Justice is the hidden lion hunter.

The Iron Order goes out of its way to provoke confrontations with members of other clubs in order to assert the Iron Order’s dominance over them. The Iron Order is the most aggressively territorial of all the outlaw clubs and, as a simple matter of normal pride, nobody in the other clubs will tolerate being bullied or dominated.

Respect

One truism in the motorcycle club world is “Give respect, get respect.” The Iron Order’s club culture is aggressively rude.

Members of all traditional clubs live by an honor code. One aspect of that code is very Norse. Personally, I think motorcycle clubs are a manifestation of a folkway that dates at least to Beowulf ( Fifth Century Scandinavia) and may have originated around the time the Romans crossed the Rhine (about 100 BC). Vikings believed it was cowardly to flee fewer than five opponents. One percenters do not back down from fights. They “hold their mud.”  So, when someone tries to bully, dominate or disrespect them they fight – as a matter of honor.

In Denver for example, Mongols, Hells Angels, Bandidos and Sons of Silence all found a way to peacefully coexist. Only the Iron Order started a fight and then used deadly force to settle it.

Hillbilly Omerta

Another part of that honor code to which all outlaws subscribe requires that one percenters never cooperate with the prosecution. Even when it is their enemy that is being prosecuted they can only testify for the defense. The one percenter world view is that the justice system is arbitrary and unjust. One percenters handle their own business. They stand apart. They are self-sufficient. The motorcycle club world is the last gasp of the American frontier – the frontier reduced to, to use the currently fashionable academic description, an “ideology.” Modern historians usually cite John F. Kennedy’s call for a “new frontier” as an early example of this “ideology.” And that was just about the time outlaw motorcycle clubs – as something separate from, say, juvenile delinquency – became fixed in the popular imagination.

The Iron Order picks and chooses the ways in which it wants its members to present as outlaws (or new frontiersmen) and, as a tactic to assert dominance over other clubs, Iron Order members cooperate with law enforcement. So once they provoke a fight with another club, they cooperate with the police and play the victim. They also carry out assaults on members of other clubs, safe in the knowledge that their victims will not go to the police. I know of one Iron Order club officer who invited a member of another club to fight and would not stop taunting the member of the other club. So the member of the traditional club punched and knocked down the Iron Order officer. And, as the victor tried to walk away, the Iron Order officer at his feet grabbed the victor’s leg and shouted, “Stop! I am making a citizen’s arrest and lawfully detaining you!”

ATF

Meanwhile, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives lies hidden, waiting for the one percenter clubs to retaliate. Those potential retaliations can be used as predicates in federal racketeering prosecutions. Recently in Texas, the Department of Justice unsealed a racketeering indictment against the Bandidos for declaring war on the Cossacks. Besides being factually untrue, the indictment fails to elaborate what might have provoked the Bandits to make that statement. The federal idea is simply that the Bandidos are bad and the Cossacks were their victims.

The idea in this country, in Europe and in Australia, is to achieve public relations victories that will keep the tax dollars flowing into agencies like the ATF – where the average agent makes about $200,000 a year.  In reality, motorcycle clubs are not much of a public danger and there really isn’t much need for the ATF – the fireworks and cigarette police which has assumed the role of the motorcycle club police.

The Iron Order exploits all the most popular tropes. They are haunted war heroes, alienated outsiders, rough and tough rebels, and at the same time they are law-abiding, holier than thou do-gooders.

Myth

The context of all this is that biker cops, like Jay Dobyns for example, or Ashley Charles Wyatt who goes by the stage name Charles Falco, see themselves a mythic heroes. They present themselves as mythic heroes. Publishers and producers present them as mythic heroes. And, mythic heroes need mythic villains – which is where motorcycle clubs come in. In the same way that only the Iron Order cooperates with police, only police agencies – and the Iron Order and recently the Cossacks Motorcycle Club – bother to manipulate the media.  Together, the police and the Iron Order engineer the perceived reality of what happens in these confrontations that the Iron Order provokes. The Iron Order portrays its members as blameless victims who suffer because they are heroes. Local, federal and state police agencies portray modern motorcycle clubs as the Born Losers from the first Billy Jack movie in 1967. As far as most journalists are concerned, motorcycle clubs are the Born Losers preserved in amber because that’s what the police press releases all say.

And, God forbid a reporter should actually get off his ass and investigate alternative angles to a biker story when the police press release is right there in front of him. No reporter has ever gotten fired for trusting the police as an impeccable source but many reporters have been fired for pissing off the cops and losing access to important information that only the police can provide.

All real motorcycle clubs are brotherhoods united by love. It is a considerable achievement to earn a patch from a motorcycle club. Earning a patch is a life altering event – for both better and worse. Most members are better men after they patch. The Iron Order parodies and mocks this way of being a man and members of other clubs are infuriated by this.

I say Bravo and good form to this writer. Dam Good Article

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The coward shooter was Derrick “Kong” Duran. Duran lives in Longmont, Colorado and is the vice-president of the Firestone, Colorado chapter of the Iron Order

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It’s a Crotch Rocket, No it’s a Rice burner, No it’s a Jap Burner. Oh hell screw it.


Hey what’s up cunt drips? First off I would really like to take a bow and thank all the new readers to the blog. You Jerky Balls are quite appreciated (I think I have a tear coming to my eye. Not). Your comments have been well received. Well maybe not all that much. Besides who cares monkey cunts about the English Language and it’s structure. Whiny ass liberal tree huggers and your proper grammar lol. Anyways it looks like I pissed off a bunch of Harley riders with my last post. Old cranky ass fart bubbles couldn’t hear about their beloved Harley taking a back seat to all them Ricers. Hey who can blame them? They were victims of big business marketing ploys. Lmao one even had the nerve to say and I Qoute Virgin Dick ” It’s about spending the money with an American Company”. Now I know why he’s a Virgin Dick. Hey dummy! The company laid off thousands of workers here in the states so they can cut costs overseas you goat chaser!!! Those slant eye Jap companies employee more Americans here in the States then our own American companies. Anyways it’s hard to argue with a sheep rapist. So my next topic of discussion is the new generation of biker.

A scene that has growing since the late 80’s. Yamaha,Honda,Kawasaki,Suzuki all started coming out with versions of a high performance machine. Commonly called Crotch Rockets by most. It’s a name that has been earned. Anytime a bike can reach over 200 mph and literally scare the shit back up in your ass is something to be respected. Don’t let the old grumpy cum chasers beat you new generation down. Shit if they had the rockets when they were first starting off they would be on the dam things too. After all your generation has some fine ass tail on the back of those rockets while poor middle age ball choker has some droopy titty botox broad on the back of his. It comes down to being jealous. Cum Choker is in his middle age nightmare trying to relive his glory 20’s and 30’s. Even then he goes home beaten his limp dick because broads were not any where near sexy then as they are now. Come on! In his day women had bush growing between her legs he had to cut through with an 12 inch knife before he could taste the prize!

As an old scooter tramp I have to say the younger generation have it going on. You built an entire lifestyle of biker around your machines. Just like us old scooter tramps did in our day. Your riding skills are something to be admired, even though sometimes it’s a bit over the top. The stuff I’ve seen your generation do is something most old scooter tramps wish they had the balls to do. With the kudo’s I have to also say some of your generation is dumb shits sometimes. Yea it’s cool seeing a rider doing some stunts. But not at 80 mph on a highway, when in a blink of an eye your pushing daisies. Use some common sense. No one on either side of the riding spectrum wants to ever see another rider meet the reaper. Especially when they have so much life to live.

Whats even more enjoyable to point out about the “Rocket Generation” as I’ve been calling it the last few years, is the fact your generation don’t care if those riding with you are black,white,hispanic,gay,straight,bisexual or whatever. I’ve met a lot of clubs centered around the rockets and have to say I’m impressed. What I gathered, it really didn’t matter what a person looked like or what kind of make or model they rode. You included them in your circle and that is impressive considering the way the lifestyle has been during my time. Oh yea did I mention your broads in the “Rocket Generation”? Hmmmm thats a whole different subject lol.

The “Crotch Rocket” generation has a lot to be proud of. You young bucks have upped the game as far as skills, as far as race relations and the way you enjoy running in the wind. After all isn’t that what a biker is suppose to be about? The wind binds both young and old in this lifestyle. Don’t pay much attention to those who don’t throw you a waive when they ride past you. Remember they are just jealous because of what they have to come home too after playing biker boy. Yea I know scary thought isn’t it. Have pitty on them.

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