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Remember when the FBI was actually admired? Me neither.

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  • KCK January 7, 2022, 9:25 AM


    Parody is the best counter for now. Going forward, I’m asking what the tactics will be to defeat the G man? Fist answer: fire, then arrest, the leadership. My (infantryman’s no-holds-barred scorched-earth) solution: on inauguration day of an actual conservative president, while the ceremonies are being conducted downtown, there are padlocks going onto the J Edgar Hoover building’s front doors, and hard drives are being seized. Pink slips and subpoenas are being issued to every FBI employee, down to the janitor-level. Across America, FBI offices are being surrounded by citizens who have scaffold blueprints in hand. The G men hear a knock on their door…

  • Mike Austin January 7, 2022, 9:59 AM

    I grew up with James Stewart’s “The FBI Story”. As a lad of 10 I was proud of what these “G Men” could do, and how much they loved the US. As I grew and matured, and as I found out more and more about the FBI, I realized that things were not as I thought they were. It wasn’t just J. Edgar Hoover, it was how the mission of the feds shifted from protecting the nation to acting as an enforcer of the powers that be. Studying the history of communism in East Germany, I came to see how the FBI and the Stasi use remarkably similar tactics and propaganda.

    What finished off any remaining confidence I had in the feds was Ruby Ridge and Waco. The FBI took pride in shooting a woman in the head and burning dozens of children to death. My hatred toward them and all their members and supporters runs wide and runs deep.

    And let’s not hear any nonsense like, “But not all of the FBI are that way! There are still thousands of patriots working for them!” Oh really? The FBI has 35,000 employees. How many have stood up and tried to put a halt to the illegal activities they see all around them? Here is your answer: None. Every FBI agent is just as guilty as were the camp guards at Auschwitz.

    • ghostsniper January 7, 2022, 10:22 AM

      Mike sed: “How many have stood up and tried to put a halt to the illegal activities they see all around them?”
      As far as I’m concerned you can extend that condemnation out to ALL gov’t employees. Every last one of them will do everything they can to protect their income and pension. I wish them all a very painful existence on this earth.

      • Mike Austin January 7, 2022, 10:54 AM

        It seems that every 3-letter agency of the US government is as culpable as the FBI in the destruction of law, the abandonment of rights, the gross illegality, the nauseating immorality, the crude thuggishness, the byzantine workings, and the purposeful spreading of disinformation. They are all enemies of God, enemies of free men, and partners of the Prince of the Power of the Air.

        Here they are: NSA. FBI. CIA. IRS. DHS. ATF. DEA. TSA. EPA. DOJ. DOT. DOE. HHS. Every one should be disbanded and all members indicted and exiled to Africa forever. They can work their machinations in Angola for all I care.

        Recall what JFK said about the CIA, that he “wanted to splinter the CIA in a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds”. The same thing should be done to every 3-letter agency. But a warning: Obama issued hundreds of thousands of firearms and millions of rounds of ammunition to all of these. Why I wonder?

        Actually, I don’t wonder at all. Tread carefully.

        • James ONeil January 7, 2022, 3:04 PM

          “…issued hundreds of thousands of firearms and millions of rounds of ammunition to all of these. ”

          & even to four letter agencies such as USPS.

          • Boat Guy January 8, 2022, 6:57 AM

            Mostly .40 pistol or SMG ammo. Few of them are riflemen, which suggests a method for their defeat should (when) things go kinetic

      • Terry January 7, 2022, 11:09 AM

        ghost, I could not state that better. Got my first eye full of the USA gov creeps in 1962. Every day since I have educated myself in what gov is at every level from POTUS to street sweeper.

        How could G So*os supposedly own an army of freed felons in the USA with no questions from the DOJ/FBI? Estimated to number up to 500,000 very bad thugs.

        Nasty things ahead for us on the Right side I am thinking.

        A free people govern themselves.

        • Mike Austin January 7, 2022, 11:14 AM

          It took me a lot longer to get where you are, but I did get there. Once a man’s eyes are open, he never again shuts them.

  • John A. Fleming January 7, 2022, 12:13 PM

    It would take three coordinated actions , legis and exec, to bring these agencies to heel.
    1. FBI delenda est, their budget = $0
    2. All other agencies get their budget whacked to 25% initially with supplemental downstream allocations based on good behavior. Turn those bastards into desperate beggars eager to please.
    3. Turn the tables and change the law on lying. No Federal can lie to an American citizen on penalty of immediate permanent firing and loss of pension. Federals must always answer questions posed to them by American citizens. Delete the law criminalizing lying by citizens to the Federals.
    Now that would be a revolution!

    • Mike Austin January 7, 2022, 12:38 PM

      To bring these agencies to heel would not involve budgets or more laws or more lawyers. It will take violence. They are immoral, operate illegally and are well-armed. They will not simply give up if some judge rules against them. Prepare yourself therefore. Liberty is not a gift, it is earned. Remember that the feds have murdered countless Americans, have spread disinformation, have overthrown an elected president—and they do not give a shit about you. Act accordingly. Give no quarter; ask for no quarter. It is either you or them. They will not—will not—surrender. So be it.

      Either they will survive or you will. Zero sum. Act accordingly.

  • OneGuy January 7, 2022, 12:57 PM

    Someone else pointed out that the FBI confiscated all of Epstein’s papers, pictures, videos, DVD’s computers, etc. and thus knows who the men (and women) were who raped and molested these girls. And not a single person has been charged. Now, why wouldn’t they bring charges??? The only possible answer is that they now control them; they either do what the FBI says or the evidence is leaked to the press.

    • Mike Austin January 7, 2022, 1:39 PM

      Yep. Just like a large number of Hollywood celebs. They were all filmed while performing “interesting” acts. And the feds also have Hunter Biden’s hard drive. How many folks are compromised therefore? Politicians? Judges? Entertainers?

      As I write there are thousands and thousands of Very Important People who are bathed in sweat over what is known. They will of course do what they are told.

    • Cascadian January 7, 2022, 2:44 PM

      Your comment is largely correct, except in one respect the contents of Epstein’s safe were reviewed by the FBI but NOT confiscated, Epsteins lawyers removed the incriminating evidence then later deposited the no doubt sanitized evidence with the FBI, the same FBI that apparently has Hilliary’s computer and Hunter Biden’s laptop. The same FBI where evidence goes to disappear. Do you think maybe there were pictures of BJ Clinton in further compromising pictures?

      • James ONeil January 7, 2022, 3:07 PM

        Must be true, we have the FBI’s word that they left everything there. Seem to remember they also raided a certain island.

        • Mike Austin January 7, 2022, 3:11 PM

          Yep. We have the word of the FBI that the word of the FBI is trustworthy. James Comey backs this up.

        • Kneale January 7, 2022, 3:39 PM

          WACO, one word that lays the lie wide open.

  • Rancor January 9, 2022, 7:00 PM

    Maybe this is why J. Edgar kept files on politicians…. in self protection