So I read through what was posted...and here are my conclusions--perhaps I am wrong of course and the following conclusions would be therefore faulty.
1. I don't think this board is peopled by the confrontational types. Most of us simply want to be left alone to go about our business in peace, free from harassment, assault and violations of our rights and our person.
2. I don't think it is an "inferiority" complex that makes individuals carry guns.. The OP obviously does not carry one and must therefore depend him others to defend them and theirs. Neither do I think that the people on this board need to compensate for anything.
3. I do think that the majority of LEOs have a "superiority complex--which borders on the feelings of godhood" and that they feel that it is leos versus the people, and they have it ingrained into them that they are always right and we the people are always wrong and that we the people should simply follow every order given without hesitation, complying with every command at once--even to allow the search of our person and our possessions and the violations of our rights--because we have to give up our rights in order to get security don't you know--ask them and they will tell you.
4. It is obvious to me that the person who wrote the Ichthyphallic article was himself compensating for his inability to get along well with others whose opinions differed from his own highly preconceived ideas about how rosy the world really is, and about how law enforcement would never knowingly violate our rights, would never set anyone up, and would always do the right thing, without hesitation. It is also obvious to me that the Ichthyphallic author was having to deal with their own superiority complex--because it shows in his psychological need to feel superior in every aspect.
5. He feels that his intelligence is superior to those around him. I would surmise that the author is a male, most likely between 23-30 years of age, has an education, most likely through the first year of college but may or may not have completed his degree. The author tries to compensate for his lack of knowledge by trying to use large words in order to make himself look smarter than he really is. The author most likely worked in law enforcement or knew someone who did/does and therefore may have had a bad experience with one of the Constitution loving individuals who still inhabit this country and who knew the laws better than the officer did and because of this, the citizen may have filed a complaint resulting in disciplinary/legal action which could have conceivably left the author with bad feelings toward the citizenry. The statement by the author of "your on your on"
tells me that the author has hard feelings toward the public--and in particular toward those members of the people who have made the decision to keep and bear arms, as well as learn the laws as they apply toward the carry of a firearm, the places where they can be carried, the areas which are off limits, and who have made the decision to hold leos who overstep their authority, and who make up laws as they go along, who think they can step on the people at will as well as the cities who employ them both legally and financially responsible where at all possible.
I could of course be wrong. I leave that possibility open.
I personally don't want a confrontation with LEOs--but I would certainly be willing to file a complaint, file a lawsuit, and file a civil rights complaint with the FBI if my rights were violated...and everyone else should as well.
LEOs simply need to get over the superiority complex that many--not all, but many of them have.
To those LEOs who read this who do really try to treat the people with respect and decency--I give you a thumbs up, but to those LEOs who simply think they can do as they please, and who think they can violate our rights with impunity and then claim that they did nothing wrong and try to cover it up--you should be in jail with the rest of the criminals.