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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

FBI: Abuse of Trust

The FBI is coming unglued and the only thing holding it together are the agents themselves, continuing to mask over the obvious and complete corruption within their ranks. Let me ask the average FBI agent this question: If I were in full knowledge of criminal activity at my workplace and did nothing, would I not be somewhat culpable in the crimes committed there? What if I knew that my boss was falsifying bank records to avoid paying federal and state income taxes? Should I just turn a blind eye, or contact either the FBI or the IRS? Just curious, because it doesn't seem like there is any intention of the agents themselves, trained law enforcement personnel, to discover and expose or even take into custody any of the outright criminals within their ranks.

It is a well known axiom that there are always a few rotten apples that should not be allowed to spoil the whole bunch, but that is exactly what is taking place within federal law enforcement. The problem is, if there are only a few rotten apples, why haven't the good apples exposed and deposed them? And, if they do not, does that not mean that there are no "good" apples in the bunch at all, but rather a bunch of bad apples covering for and refusing to confront the bad apples? I have always been suspicious of the idea that there are only a few bad apples. I think that is some sort of justification for doing nothing, but by doing nothing, the good apples are doing something. They are turning their backs on illegal activity for the sake of what? Their good name? Sorry, that is blown.

Here's what I know, if you come to my door and suspect me of a crime, I had better have a darn good explanation or I will be in handcuffs. So, how is it that you walk by suspects every day, in the very halls of your offices and do nothing? Are you not part of the crimes committed by others at that point? Yes, you are, as officers of the court, you are; as entrusted by the people, you are. You can console yourself that these things work themselves out, but the weight of criminal activity is about to burn down the whole house, defame and destroy the agency and for what? For what? Hillary Clinton? Your globalist vision? Do you think you're the SS? And, if you do, what happened to them? History should tell you what is wrong with your actions, if you will not hear it from anyone else.

Are you part of a coup? Is that what you think? Is it the concept of a police state that intrigues you? A place where only the SS troops have ultimate authority? So you can do what, murder at will? If that is your desire, if that sense of power over other people is your understanding of utopia, I guess you are working for the right outfit, but if there is something left of your inner recruit that still remembers the concepts of justice and law enforcement, I don't see how you square that in the mirror every morning.

Most likely, you were recruited under the Obama Administration and saw yourself as some sort of ninja social justice warrior out to take down the current power structure and replace it with SS troops. Wow, I don't think that is what the American people are paying for every few weeks when the paycheck hits the bank, but that's some twisted Marxist strategy you've got going on there.

Either way the bloom is off the rose. Allowing Mueller, Comey, Rosenstein and McCabe to have their way has done as much for the FBI as Kaepernick has done for the NFL. Since none of you have come forward like good soldiers ready to take a bullet for the cause and expose this cabal, the average citizen can do nothing but look at the whole lot of you as reckless, spineless, sycophants to this immoral, outrageous abuse of trust. If that is the legacy you were looking for you have it. Enjoy yourselves as the Rome burns to the ground.

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24 comments:

  1. FUCKEN' EH RIGHT.............................

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  3. the corruption runs so deep aka the shadow gov. all parts of gov. has been corrupted

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    1. And all levels. It is not just Federal "Law Enforcement" that is the problem, but state and local as well. They all sit elbow-to-elbow at the 70+ DHS Fusion Centers across the country, sucking donuts, swilling coffee, and entrapping Four Grandpas in a Waffle House.

      The stench is overwhelming. And it smells like pig.

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  4. Nailed it!
    Problem is.... What next?

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    3. How is it possible to be a statist when I won't even claim unemployment when due,because I don't need any help from the state?A statist is one who thinks a private blog is a public utility where censorship would be wrong.

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  5. Cannibals consuming one another.

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  6. Mark Mattis is spot on....AGAIN !

    There are no good cops.

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  7. I beg to differ. I used to be one.

    The problem with the law is that it has been set up so that everyone is guilty of violating something. That way when you get too big for your britches or too effective in your protests they can hammer you on something in order to shut you up.

    But THAT is not the cops' fault; that is the fault of the politicians for which a majority vote.

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    1. Timmy boy: You just yourself illustrated the cop problem. "They can hammer you"..... If the good cops would not participate, so might the trickle of good turn into a tide. It IS THE COPS FAULT as if no enforcement of unjust,
      unlawful, however legal crap laws were not enforced by goons, the problem would be self-minimizing. Screw you, Tim-boy. soapweed

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    2. Every cop has a choice. Will he play the game and fuck over his fellow citizens, just because he can? Because he WANTs to be a member of the Gang in good standing? Will he follow his political masters' wishes/orders for career advancement?

      Or might he demonstrate that mythical sterling character we often hear of, how cops are the best sumbitches who ever shit between two boots? Like the unicorn and Bigfoot, I am sure he is out there somewhere, waiting to be discovered.

      I have been sorely disappointed over the last forty-five years or so, since I started to pay attention to such things.

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    3. Tim

      The badged thugs can employ "discretion" in a decision to arrest or not arrest. Seems to me you are just another cop-sucker.

      There are no good cops.

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  8. And Timmy......THAT makes you a whore of the lowest level.....soapweed

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  9. One word: .... PENSIONS!

    Not one of these prosti-thugs cares a whit for any other thing on earth.

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  10. It has always been a matter of trust. But as Caesar said, "Trust. The very word has always made me feel so uneasy". Remember, when running for the lifeboats, women and children first. Trust that if you die with honor, you will have lived your whole life that way. If you die with shame, you have lived too long, and your life was a waste.

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  11. FBI Chief: Rise of "Islamophobia" a "concerning issue"
    Really? That's where we are as the death toll in the cause of Islam mounts and Christians are being wiped out in the Middle East? Tell it to the dead.Why isn't increasing piety among Muslims and widespread support of jihad a concerning issue for this FBI clown..
    http://pamelageller.com/2016/04/fbi-chief-rise-of-islamophobia-a-concerning-issue.html/

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  12. FBI Changes Anti-Terrorism Site Because It Offended Muslims..
    Instead of listing CAIR, or the Muslim Brotherhood, as extremist groups (or even terrorist organizations), the FBI lists these groups to watch out for instead:
    pro-life supporters
    sovereign citizens & constitutionalists,
    militia members,
    animal rights activists,
    and environmentalists (does this include Loretta Lynch and the Pentagon?).
    http://constitution.com/more-insanity-fbi-caves-to-muslim-groups-to-not-defend-americans/

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  13. When a citizen is victimized by another private citizen or private entity, they have the local law enforcement and department of justice that they can go to for redress. However, when it is the department of justice along with law enforcement who is causing harm, who do you go to? Additionally, there is still a majority of the population that believes that if the government comes against you, you likely deserve it, and resistance is futile, so they do not want to get involved to offer any support.

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  14. When agents shot a mother holding her baby, through the head, and no one was held accountable, any credibility the FBI held was tarnished all but beyond repair.

    When FBI agents gassed men, women, and children in a home\church, then prevented fire fighters from doing their job while those same men, woman, and children were incinerated, with yet again no one being held accountable, it pretty much made it impossible to ever again see the agency as anything other than brutish muscle used to crush perceived enemies of the government.

    So how can any of these new discoveries be seen as anything other than more evidence that the FBI needs to be defunded and disbanded?

    Y'all have a nice day.

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  15. "...question: If I were in full knowledge of criminal activity at my workplace and did nothing, would I not be somewhat culpable in the crimes committed there?"

    You are asking the question of a bunch of sociopathinc narcissists. What kind of answer do you expect?

    How many of them knew the truth about Weaver and Waco? How many knew the truth about OK City? How many knew the truth about 9/11? How many knew the truth about Fast and Furious?

    Yet... not one damned word... from any goddamned one of them... not one of them.

    Being a member of the Gang, and career advancement, mean much more to them than silly notions fundamental right and wrong.

    Principles? Oh sure, they have principles. Such as the principle of applied force. The principle of advantage. The principle of political pull. etc...

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