Time for the FBI to go away

By Nathan Barton

Revelations concerning the failure of the FBI to follow up on published threats by the Florida school killer to do just that – kill people in school – are troubling.

Coming on top of the exposure of FBI (and DOJ) work to first win the election for Miz Hillary, and then to betray the Trump administration, it is more than troubling. Doubly so when the FBI is accusing Russians of trying to “influence” the 2016 election, and when Democrats are accusing the GOP and Trump of politicizing the FBI.  When the Democrats were actually doing exactly that.

The complete failure to fire, indict, try, or even demote these evildoers inside the FBI – or even just plain incompetents – for this sort of nonsense points out an obvious fact.  At least to me.

We have fresh proof of the corrupt and evil nature of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  To say nothing of its incompetence. Oh, it has been well-known that the FBI started out as a corrupt, meddling, and often incompetent organization, way back in the 1930s under the guiding hand of J. Edgar Hoover.  If there was ever a man who needed psychiatric and religious help, J. Edgar was him. For four decades, this man used the Bureau as his plaything, and was indeed a (if not the) power behind the throne (or at least that big desk POTUS uses).  Behind a façade of scientific and investigatory prowess and impeccable integrity, it was a steaming cesspool of corruption, ineptness, powermongering, pandering, and worse.

Like the IRS, NSA, CIA, DEA, and EPA, it became a tool of oppression and a key foundation in the building of the modern American imperial police state.  Its political activities, long rumored and often proven true back in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, have continued apace for the last half-century.  Its incompetence in investigating and thwarting German and Italian spies and sympathizers during WW2 (while wholeheartedly assisting in the torture, detention, and betrayal of Americans of Japanese origin and ancestry) was concealed for decades.  Today, its failure – no, refusal – to investigate the illegal activities of the Clinton and Bush crime families, is matched by evidence of ineptness (at all levels) in fighting other “traditional” organized crime like the Cosa Nostra (to say nothing of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Greek, Polish, and Japanese organizations), to say nothing of modern groups like MS-13 and the Mexican cartels.

To westerners in particular, and Amerind, its reputation for arrogance, stupidity, bureaucratic behavior, and failure is well-known. Its top priority for investigation is supposedly public corruption.  Except, apparently, for its own. (And that of the mainstream media.)  It becomes clear that its efforts in counter-espionage, revelation and ending of corruption, and even dealing with normal, everyday white- and blue-collar crime are dictated by purely political considerations.

Add to that the fact that it has corrupted generations of honest, sincere, dedicated – and naïve – men and women who have sought the title of FBI agent.  A title considered by most people to be equal to that of a knight of the Round Table or a Templar.  And now found to be as meaningless and deceptive as a tin-plated badge pulled out of a box of breakfast cereal.

Reform?  Oh, please.  As well talk of reforming the British administration in North America in 1776, the Ancien Regime in France in 1789, the Third Reich in 1945, or the Soviet Union in 1991.

Replacement?  Like the Federal Security Service which has replaced the KGB? Or perhaps the way the Protestant denominations tried to replace the Roman Catholic Church?  Or the current regimes in “Iraq” and Afghanistan?

Let us try reforming a rabid dog.  We’ll have better chances of success than trying to reform the Feebes.

No, we need to eliminate the Bureau.  Make it go away.  Throw it on the ash heap of history.  Knock down its infamous Hoover Building. Not to replace it with a three-billion-dollar monument to the police state, but to replace it with a park and memorial remembering all the victims of the Bureau (both inside and out) and the rest of the police state.

Eliminate federal law enforcement – after all, we got by without such a thing as the Bureau for about 150 years.  We can do it again.  Let the states (and tribes) take over the responsibility of investigating crime and enforcing federal laws.  Sure, a lot of those organizations are corrupt as all get-out as well.  But their corruption doesn’t extend much beyond their state borders.  And would not, even with compacts between states and tribes to share information and coordinate investigations and actions against criminals.

But most (if not ALL) of what the FBI legitimately provides can be provided (and often already is provided) by private business and non-profit organizations. Obviously with massive oversight by the public and independent courts and other businesses and organizations.  Exactly the kind of oversight impossible today for this bloated and bureaucratic gang of politicized, incompetent, self-serving, boot-licking purveyors of lies and abuse.

Congress, if you really want to “promote the general welfare” of the people of this nation (and for that matter, the world), get rid of the Bureau.  Now.

Mama’s Note: Unfortunately, the FBI is merely one of a long history of such organizations all over the world, and that abomination didn’t start in America with the FBI. Lincoln had his evil gangs of “officials” and not even as much restraint and exposure as the current federal gangs. The confederates had their own secret service and goons as well. It would be well if we would all keep in mind that the core of all this evil is the desire/lust to control the lives and property of other people. Getting rid of the FBI would be a good start, but it won’t happen as long as the general population believes that any non-voluntary government has some legitimate authority over them.

 

About TPOL Nathan

Follower of Christ Jesus (christian), Pahasapan, Westerner, Lover of Liberty, Free-Market Anarchist, Engineer, Army Officer, Husband, Father, Historian, Writer.
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4 Responses to Time for the FBI to go away

  1. BB-Idaho says:

    In my dealings as a priva6e sector explosives chemist with the FBI concerning ammunition and letter bomb investigations, I always found them to be the most professional government entity: completely thorough and stick with it. Not nearly as contaminated as the current EPA and State Dept. Just an opinion, of course.

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    • MamaLiberty says:

      Far, far too many other people with a very different experience, and a bad history from the beginning. Professional criminals leaving no doubt of their intentions. But I’m glad you had a good experience…

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  2. Unclezip says:

    I’m still shaking over the revelation about their “protocols” not being followed, and their abject refusal to just take full responsibility for this massacre. I’m going to take a walk in the wilderness and do some heavy reflection. It’s come to the point where us otherwise peaceful warriors took a stand.

    From head tax-feeder Christoper Wray:
    “We have spoken with victims and families, and deeply regret the additional pain this causes all those affected by this horrific tragedy. All of the men and women of the FBI are dedicated to keeping the American people safe, and are relentlessly committed to improving all that we do and how we do it.”

    Self-serving low-life weaselly bastard.
    /rant
    Peace

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    • MamaLiberty says:

      What “protocols?” The FBI has been a criminal organization from the first day. Their only purpose is to justify the other criminals in the non-voluntary government. They have never had any interest in “protecting” anyone but themselves, and they have zero responsibility to do so in any case. The only person who is responsible for our health, wealth and safety is each individual. There is no reason people can’t cooperate and pay for some sort of mutual security, but when the fat hits the fire, everyone is responsible for themselves and their legitimate dependents, such as elders and children.

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