Craigslist post about the MP, have the people in this Country gone mad???, or is this just another COWARD LIBERAL spewing hate for something once again they DO NOT KNOW?

Attention WATERFORD RESIDENCE (Waterford Trimble Lex Ave)

There is a meeting of radical Mansfielders that belong to a group called “Mansfielders Perpective” that is meeting in Waterfords building the first THURSDAY of the month at 6:30pm. It is a radical political off wing group that is on Facebook to create conspiracy theories and cause trouble for the City of Mansfield every chance they get.

As a concerned citizen who has their parent living there I do not want my mother, who pays very good money to stay in that facility to be in harms way of a bunch of crazies who have no where else to meet. Go meet at the park or public library but do not take it to a home where there are innocent senior citizens who want to live their lives out in peace. I will be contacting the administration beyond that facility to make sure you do not get in the way of the residents there with your “poppycock” bullshit that you spin.

Phil Sydnor was one who was in attendance of the shooting at the courthouse with the other crazy Skidmark, oops Skidmore guy. Do you want these people even in the same building as our parents? Go to a park and sit at a picnic table and come up with your conspiracy theories there.

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Yes, I e-mailed a response…

I will be taking legal action against your slanderous post if you don’t take it down, I am Phil Sydnor the administrator for Mansfielders Perspective and don’t take kindly that you are associating ME WRONGFULLY with being the one who is putting on this meeting. This meeting is actually ran by a friend of the Sheriff, his name is Scott Kyler who calls his meeting Richland County Common Law Study Group. I am saddened by your mistaken identity from who ever has told you I or we are a radical group. Sure I was there, how ever do not associate with violence or what ever went on in OUR public meeting, I was representing myself, had my own questions, and it’s sad I never got to ask. There IS much negative light on Mansfield, that you can BLAME on those who run it, not I or any group. This is what happens when you have leaders who are above being questioned by those who elect them, its a perfectly legal outlet and I am sad that this happened, but YOU making accusations like this are ludicrous – you should be ashamed of yourself.

You are more than welcome to join this group where ALL citizens are heard, NOTHING illegal about free speech friend –
Any further issues or questions BEFORE you run at the mouth you should get your facts straight before you are SUED!!!!
Phil Sydnor
When Randy misinterpreted what I said when I said Mike F’d up is EXACTLY THIS! – I also work on the front lines in retail and now EVERYONE has this stereotype of crazy people or a threat to all.

I hope this case PROVES something, but I sure it what it won’t prove is this being a group full of crazy people? I have seen MANY groups with nutty comments, here my guess is they are testing my CENSORSHIP? – I don’t!!!! – I am sorry Americans are being torn apart by their leaders behavior and the media spin on it. This is EXACTLY what I feared, OUR COUNTRY being torn apart by those who have CONtrol over it!!!!

Sorry for this stereotypical behavior, it stems from years of corruption and now here we are????


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14 Responses to Craigslist post about the MP, have the people in this Country gone mad???, or is this just another COWARD LIBERAL spewing hate for something once again they DO NOT KNOW?

  1. Phil says:

    Hey Drew! – your friend must have got scared – lol!

    THEY removed the post, now that makes you more of a clown than people already know, NOW the people know why you wear a mask – lol over and over again!!!!

    • Drew Tyleer says:

      He wasn’t my friend and perhaps you jumping up and down on the “prohibited” button got the post removed. I would bet money that the original poster didn’t take it down. Yep I still ROTFLMFAO.

  2. Drew Tyleer says:

    So Ole Philly, have you taken legal action because he didn’t take his post down? My guess is um no lol. You like to talk a big talk but when it comes to walking the walk, you just don’t have it. I think over the years people really have come to see that you are just a loud mouth nobody, working in a dead-end job soon to be extinct, who is a convicted criminal that nobody takes seriously. Your “opinions” are only yours and yet you claim to be making a difference. I got a challenge for you and I know you don’t have the balls to do it. Her it is, why don’t you run for some type of public office…any office. You seem to think you have and can make a difference then do it. In fact, I don’t just dare you, I double-dog dare you. Now you will come up with all kinds of excuses as to why you can’t possibly run for a public office but the truth is, your just a blow-hard nobody and nothing you say is taken seriously by anyone except those voices in your head. Now, do what you think you do best and get your worthless ass back over to them washing machines. You gotta make a few dollars commission this week to keep the booze at home flowing. Yeppers, that leaves me as always ROTFLMFAO over and over again.

    • Phil says:

      Why would I take legal action? After all your years of stalking you should have noticed I don’t bother with you, why this idiot?
      Could be a possibility to run, how ever the declaration deadline I believe has passed? Maybe if you are right and my dead end job dies on the vine like everything else maybe getting paid as a commissioner will pay the bills or I can settle like the rest of the freeloaders and live off of self proclaimed successful people like yourself who uses a fictitious name to comment under. Your IP appears real, hmmm?

      • Drew Tyler says:

        Why would you sue? Because you said if he didn’t remove it you would take sue. But then again, over the years we have learned that you are nothing more than a blowhard and what you say don’t mean shit. You talk about those who post anonymously but you have friends (probably criminals) who post under fake names but as long as they are “representing” your joke site that is ok right? As far as living off of successful people, face it ole Philly, you have been doing that for years. I would think that the possibility of you becoming a county commission is laughable at best. Who in their right mind would vote for you? Oh wait, you claim your joke site has 5000 plus followers so perhaps if you can get all of them personalities to vote, you just might stand a chance…..nah not even then would the people of Mansfield or Richland County have a nutjob like you representing them. Now, as I told you over and over again, get your ass back to them washing machines. Your $10 commission check is coming in the mail. Again, I leave ROTFLMFAO over and over and over again.

        • Phil says:

          I don’t have a HISTORY of suing anyone or I would have sued you long ago to find out who the pusillanimous stalker is, right? You make false witness claims here in the dark of me being a wife beater yadda yadda yadda, but where is your proof? You say I made a deal, yes I did BEFORE I knew what and how THEY make these happen. Now you and these deal makers don’t like me so much because the public is slowly learning the process. Why don’t you call the cops my fictitious friend because I have threatened to beat your ass? Ahhh, that’s right, because you’re nothing but a metaphor speaking metaphorically for your friends downtown who are feeling the heat! Why else would you be commenting deep into the archives? Better yet, where’s your proof saying I would sue? That was in an e-mail response to the poster that ONLY THE POSTER would know, and besides your taking it out of context that I would sue? I was merely referencing you would be sued knowing how Scott Kyler is about his reputation, you know the guy who actually is pissed that someone would say his meeting was mine. Now that’s funny! – ROTFLMAO about this, you just outed yourself as either writing this craigslist deception or you know who did – lol!

          • Drew Tyleer says:

            First, in order to sue someone you need to hire a lawyer and everyone knows you don’t have a pot to piss in. Second, any lawyer who would sue on your behalf with your reputation is just as nuts as you are. You claim you would have sued me a long time ago, yeah well just roll the dice washing machine boy. Nobody is scared of you. You ask why I didn’t call the cops for you making a threat, simply because unlike you, I am not so scared that I run to every law enforcement agency in this state begging for help just to be told to suck it up buttercup. You are supposedly a grown man yet you act like a little kid in school who had his milk money stolen. You posted the entire email on here so anyone can see it dumb ass so no, not just the poster would see it. You claim the craigslist post was deception, when in fact there must have been some truth to it for you to take it so seriously. You really should lay off the bottle Philly, I’m sure your ole lady has marked a line on there and she will surely know you have been dipping in her shit again. Oops, I just coughed from ROTFLMFAO over and over and over at you yet again.

            • Phil says:

              Nobody is scared because they post anonymously? Wow dude, you are some kind of special…

              How about we sell tickets for this with proceeds going to the womens battered shelter to prove who’s not scared?

              You wanna finish this my intrepid hide behind keyboard friend? How about meeting me on your brickyard for a DEBATE for the world to see?

              Bring your camera’s, news media IF they will print your ass whoopin?

              You call me a child, yet I’m not the one who hides behind mommy’s keyboard.

              • Phil says:

                Keep this in mind…I blog in the love of people being informed, what have you done?

                That’s right, nothing…

                I’m still here, and so is the MOST POPULAR informer in Mansfield since the Observer. What ya gonna do, burn me down too? Oh, that’s right! – you would have to shut the internet down to do that, cause your LAME attempts of having Time Warner do it have FAILED -LOL!!!

                • Drew Tyler says:

                  And who is the most popular informer in Mansfield? Surely you don’t think its you. As far as shutting down the internet, that happens all the time to you because you don’t have the money to pay your bill. So, nobody needs to do that Ole Philly cause you do it frequently enough. I would bet Martin Yant is ROTFLHFAO at you just like everyone else does? You really think you even compare to him and his reporting? Wow, what an ego you got there Ole Philly. Your “reporting” isn’t even good enough for a paper to use under the cat litter box. Your “reporting” is nothing more than articles you steal from the paper and then add your own comments to. Unfortunately, everyone who reads those comments leave the same way I do…ROTFLMFAO over and over and over again

  3. Phil Sydnor says:

    Another email from the great leader himself who actually runs the Waterford meeting.


    by Scott Kyler

    As sort of a preparatory article for one that I’m writing concerning the incident which occurred at the Richland County, Ohio Commissioners Meeting on July 9th, 2015, this one I’m sending out and posting for the public’s general education.

    The book from which I will be quoting is entitled “BATTLEFIELD AMERICA – THE WAR ON THE AMERICAN PEOPLE” by John W. Whitehead, with foreword by Ron Paul. Mr. Whitehead is an attorney and long-time author who has taken cases, written and spoken within the area of constitutional law, human rights and popular culture. Two of his important works which he previously wrote are: “The Second American Revolution”, published in 1982, and, “The Stealing Of America” which was published in 1983. Some of his more recent works are: “A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State” (2013), “The Freedom Wars: What You Can Do To Preserve Your Rights” (2010), and, “The Change Manifesto: Join the Block by Block Movement to Remake America” (2008). In 1982 Mr. Whitehead founded the Rutherford Institute which has become one of the leading non-profit organizations defending our unalienable rights and liberties and is headquartered in Charlottesville, Virginia.

    For many of my readers, the content I will be quoting from John Whitehead’s, new, and, important book, in accordance with fair use, will not be entirely unknown. For others, it may be rather shocking. (Please order a copy of Mr. Whitehead’s important, new book: “Battlefield America”!) At any rate, as I stated, this posting is one that will serve as a preparatory one for the article that I plan to send out and post, hopefully, relatively soon, regarding a local matter involving petitioning public servants in public meetings.

    And now, quotes follow from John W. Whitehead’s most recent work, “BATTLEFIELD AMERICA – THE WAR ON THE AMERICAN PEOPLE”, starting on page 3.

    Reality Check

    FACT: “Today, 17,000 local police forces are equipped with such military equipment as Blackhawk helicopters, machine guns, grenade launchers, battering rams, explosives, chemical sprays, body armor, night vision, rappelling gear and armored vehicles. Some have tanks.”2 – Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury

    FACT: Thanks to an overabundance of 4,500 – plus federal crimes and 400,000 – plus rules and regulations,3 it is estimated that the average American actually commits three felonies a day without knowing it.4 In fact, according to law professor John baker, “There is no one in the United States over the age of 18 who cannot be indicted for some federal crime. That is not an exaggeration.”5

    FACT: The number of violent crimes in the country is down substantially, the lowest rate in forty years,6 while the number of Americans being JAILED for nonviolent crimes such as driving with a suspended license is skyrocketing.7

    FACT: Despite the fact that we have 46 million Americans living at or below the poverty line,8 16 million children living in households without adequate access to food,9 and at least 900,000 veterans relying on food stamps,10 enormous sums continue to be doled out for presidential vacations ($16 million for trips to Africa and Hawaii 11), overtime fraud at the Department of Homeland Security (nearly $9 million in improper overtime claims, and that’s just in six of the DHS’ many offices12), and Hollywood movie productions. ($10 million was spent by the Army National Guard on “Superman” movie tie-ins aimed at increasing awareness about the National Guard.13)

    FACT: Almost 13,000 agencies in all fifty states and four U.S. territories participate in a military “recycling” program, and the share of equipment and weaponry gifted each year continues to expand.

    Chapter 1
    It Can Happen Here

    “Nonsense! Nonsense! snorted Tasbrough. “That couldn’t happen here in America, not possibly! We’re a country of freedom!”1 – SINCLAIR LEWIS, It Can’t Happen Here

    Relationships are fragile things, none more so than the relationship between a citizenry and their government. Unfortunately for the American people, the contract they entered into more than two hundred years ago – the U.S. Constitution – has been reduced to little more than a marriage of convenience and fiscal duty marked by distrust, lying, infidelity, hostility, disillusionment, paranoia, and domestic abuse. Adding insult to injury, these abuses are being perpetrated by the very government officials entrusted with the citizenry’s freedom and safety.

    Don’t believe me? Just take a stroll through your city’s downtown. Spend an afternoon in your local mall. Get in your car and drive to your parents’ house. Catch the next flight to that business conference. While you’re doing so, pay careful attention to how you and your fellow citizens are treated by government officials, the ones whose salaries you are paying.

    You might walk past a police officer outfitted in tactical gear, holding an assault rifle, or drive past a police cruiser scanning license plates. There might be a surveillance camera on the street corner tracking your movements. At the airport you may be put through your paces by government agents who will want to either pat you down or run scans of your body. And each time you make a call or send a text message, your communications will most likely be logged and stored in a government file. When you return home, you might find that government agents have been aggressively questioning your neighbors about you as part of a “census” questionnaire. After you retire to sleep, you might find yourself awakened by a SWAT team crashing through your door (you’ll later discover they were at the wrong address), and if you make the mistake of reaching for your eyeglasses, you might find yourself shot by a cop who felt threatened.

    Is this the behavior of a government that respects you? One that looks upon you as having inviolate rights? One that regards you as its employer, its master, its purpose for being?

    I don’t think so.

    A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

    While this transformation of the government into a hyper-militarized, twitchy, easily offended, suspicious, locked down, paranoid, all-seeing bureaucracy is being sold to the public as an unavoidable means of preventing terrorism and maintaining national security, it is little more than a wolf in sheep’s clothing. In fact, what we are dealing with is a police state disguised as a benevolent democracy, a run-away government hyped up on its own power and afraid of it citizenry, whose policies are dictated more by paranoia, power, and control than need.

    When one considers the growing list of opinions and activities which may make a federal agent or local police officer think you’re a terrorist, or sympathetic to terrorist activities – advocating states’ rights, believing the state to be unnecessary or undesirable, “conspiracy theorizing”, concern about alleged FEMA camps, opposition to war,2 organizing for “economic justice”,3 frustration with “mainstream ideologies,” opposition to globalization, and, ironically, ammunition stockpiling4 – the picture becomes that much more alarming.

    By the time you throw into the mix a variety of military-police training exercises that are occurring across the country, ostensibly to “train” first responders to deal with emergency situations and social unrest but overtly targeting American citizens, then it becomes that much harder to answer “no” when asked to consider whether “we the people” have become the enemies of our own government.5

    Why is this happening? When did we as a nation take such a wrong turn onto such treacherous terrain? Who or what is responsible for our steady slide into tyranny? Where do we go from here? And what, if anything, can we do about it?

    Here’s the problem as I see it: “We the people” have become so trusting, so gullible, so easily distracted, so out-of-touch and so sure that our government will always do the right thing by us that we have ignored the warning signs all around us. In so doing, we have failed to recognize them as potential red flags to use as opportunities to ask questions, demand answers, and hold our government officials accountable to respecting our rights and abiding by the rule of law.

    Unfortunately, once a free people allows the government to make inroads into their freedoms, or uses those same freedoms as bargaining chips for security, it quickly becomes a slippery slope to outright tyranny. And it doesn’t really matter whether it’s a Democrat or a Republican at the helm, because the bureaucratic mindset on both sides of the aisle now seems to embody the same philosophy of authoritarian government.

    The Future Is Now

    It doesn’t take a weatherman to realize when a storm is brewing: clouds gather, the wind begins to blow, and trees bend as their leaves are violently tossed in the air. It’s the same way with freedom. The warning signs are everywhere. They’re staring us in the face. Sadly, most seem unaware of this, or they are all too content to attend to the daily grind and bow before the great pacifier (a.k.a. television) or stare endlessly into their cell phones, laptops, and other electronic distraction gadgets. “Who needs repression,” declares philosopher Slavoj Zizek, “when one can convince the chicken to walk freely into the slaughterhouse.”6 However, we have no excuse. The tentacles of the police state are now all around us. We only have to open our eyes and see through the lens of truth.

    As you will see in the pages to follow, writers such as Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, Ray Bradbury, and Philip K. Dick and filmmakers such as Francois Truffaut, Stanley Kubrick, Ridley Scott, the Wachowski Brothers, Neill Blomkamp, John Carpenter, and others have been predicting our present state of affairs for years. They saw the lock-down coming. They predicted that freedom would fall, and how, and when.

    Some of these literary and cinematic prophets were chillingly accurate: In 1932 Huxley’s “Brave New World” prophesied mood-enhancing drugs and genetic engineering. Several decades later in 1950, antidepressants were first popularized to the masses, and in 1972 the first DNA manipulation was announced.7 Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” (1948) envisioned a world in which people were tuned into TVs and tuned out to each other. Decades later, iPods, cellphones, and earbuds would take the world by storm.8 Orwell’s 1984 (1948) warned against a world in which the government spies on its citizens. It would take us only about sixty-five years to realize he was right.9

    As uncanny as these “Nostradamuses” might seem, however, they were not so much attempting to foretell the future as they were documenting their concerns about their own place and time. For example, when Orwell and Huxley penned their masterpieces, they did so as commentaries on the rise of a controlling, manipulative scientific establishment, as well as the dangers of totalitarianism in the 1930s and 40s. That their dire extrapolations about the future have proven to be so accurate is less a reflection of their skills as fortunetellers as it is our unmitigated failure to heed their warnings.10

    Likewise, if we fail to take notice of the alarm bells being sounded by contemporary writers, filmmakers, and activists, we will have only ourselves to blame when freedom falls.

    Chapter 2 – Welcome to the Police State
    starting on page 10

    Fixing the Unfixable

    What is most striking about the American police state is not the mega-corporations running amok in the halls of Congress, the militarized police crashing through doors and shooting unarmed citizens, or the invasive surveillance regime which has come to dominate every aspect of our lives. No, what has been most disconcerting about the emergence of the American police state is the extent to which the citizenry appears content to passively wait for someone else to solve the nation’s problems.

    Yet if we don’t act soon, all that is in need of fixing will soon be unfixable, especially as it relates to the police state that becomes more entrenched with each passing day. By “police state”, I am referring to more than a society overrun by the long arm of the police – federal, state and local. I am referring to a society in which all aspects of a person’s life are policed by government agents, one in which all citizens are suspects, their activities monitored and regulated, their movements tracked, their communications spied upon, and their lives, liberties, and pursuit of happiness dependent on the government’s say-so.

    That said, how can anyone be expected to “fix” what is broken without first understanding the lengths to which the government will go in order to accustom the American people to life in a police state? Why are millions of innocent Americans being spied on by government agents, as well as by their partners in the corporate world, when they’ve done nothing wrong? As noted by the Brookings Institution, “For the first time ever, it will become technologically and financially feasible for authoritarian governments to record nearly everything that is said or done within their borders – every phone conversation, electronic message, social interaction, the movements of nearly every person and vehicle, and video from every street corner.”6

    Indeed, as the trend towards over-criminalization makes clear, it won’t be long before average law-abiding Americans are breaking laws they didn’t even know existed during the course of a routine day. The point, of course, is that while you may be oblivious to your so-called law-breaking – whether it was collecting rainwater to water your lawn, lighting a cigarette in the privacy of your own home, or gathering with friends in your backyard for a Sunday evening Bible study – the government will know each and every transgression and use them against you when convenient.

    We Are the Enemy

    The outlook for civil liberties grows bleaker by the day, from the government’s embrace of the indefinite detention for U.S. citizens and armed surveillance drones overhead to warrant-less surveillance of phone, email, and Internet communications and prosecutions of government whistle-blowers. Meanwhile, the homeland is ruled by a police-industrial complex, an extension of the American military empire. Everything that our founding fathers warned against – a standing army that would see American citizens as enemy combatants – is now the new norm. The government – local law enforcement now being extensions of the federal government – has trained its sights on the American people. We have become the enemy. And if it is true, as the military asserts, that the key to defeating an enemy is having the technological advantage, then “we the people” are at a severe disadvantage.

    These troubling developments are the outward manifestations of an inner philosophical shift underway in how the government views not only the Constitution and the Bill of Rights but “we the people”, as well. What this reflects is a move away from a government bound by the rule of law to one that seeks total control through the imposition of its own self-serving laws on the populace.

    All the while, the American people remain largely oblivious to the looming threats to their freedoms, eager to be persuaded that the government can solve the problems that plague us, whether it is terrorism, an economic depression, an environmental disaster, or even a viral epidemic.


    For members of the Richland County Common Law Study Group, many words and phrases used by Mr. Whitehead, like “U.S. citizen”, “officials”, etc., are seen as problematic. However, we get his general meaning in that a Police State, with all its violations of our unalienable rights and responsibilities, is rapidly congealing and taking root clear across America, from sea to shining sea. Please keep these thoughts presented in the above quotes from Mr. Whitehead’s book “BATTLEFIELD AMERICA” in mind when you read my upcoming article discussing issues touching on the incident which occurred during the Richland County, Ohio Commissioners meeting on July 9th, 2015.

  4. Bird says:

    Opinions are like anal orifices…only good for that particular person.
    Opinions are just that, unless the opinion is backed up by FACT.
    This Craigslist poster is opinionated and clearly not EDUCATED by FACTUAL information.
    This is a problem in our country. Don’t be opinionated, be educated!
    Don’t assume that you know everything or are perfect (unless you can walk on water). If you don’t know something, research it. Anyone who sees the youtube video of the shooting and thinks the people asking questions are radicals probably believes in the Keebler Elves too. The video is pure FACT, you can not argue with that!

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