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Defund the FBI


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2021 Aug 3, 1:18pm   113,133 views  762 comments

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If there was ever an organization desperately in need of defunding, it's the FBI.

They have become a tool of state oppression of citizens, like the old East German Stasi. They actively incite crime to get people to commit it in order to then "catch" them and justify their budget.

https://patrick.net/post/1340257/2021-07-24-the-fbi-is-orchestrating-its-own-terror
https://patrick.net/post/1340349/2021-07-29-no-army-of-insurrectionists-appeared-on
https://patrick.net/post/1340084/2021-07-13-fbi-tells-americans-to-report-family

But for BLM, they studiously look the other way and never prosecute...

The best way we can defend ourselves is to cut off their funding. We need to make a national movement out of this.

Local police deserve our funding and support, but the FBI deserves defunding and hard prison time for its upper management.

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513   Patrick   2023 Jun 26, 1:35pm  

https://twitter.com/DillonFillionIA/status/1673397990650683412





But what are their names and home addresses? The criminals from the FBI live among us, and all of them must be exposed, because they are actively violating the law, the Constitution, and basic human rights, every single day. The FBI is no different from the old KGB now, and deserves just as much respect - none.
514   AD   2023 Jun 26, 1:47pm  

Patrick says

But what are their names and home addresses?


Fast People Search is a free online tool to find out.

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515   Patrick   2023 Jun 27, 9:41pm  




I hope this is real, sounds like an excellent idea.

Thanks for the find @Ceffer
516   stereotomy   2023 Jun 27, 10:38pm  

Patrick says




I hope this is real, sounds like an excellent idea.

Thanks for the find Ceffer

I guess if states can prevent cooperation with border patrol, they can do it with the FIB.

The problem is, as @richwicks showed with that video from the late 70's about an FIB informant, the FIB owns vast amounts of real estate and has been squirreling away cash for decades to the extent that even if all funding was cut, they could self-finance for at least a decade. Imagine that - not only do they have blackmail dirt on anyone who could touch them, but they have virtually unlimited fuck you money to bribe anyone or run billions of dollars of drugs to take down whole populations.

"Nuke it from orbit - it's the only way to make sure."
517   richwicks   2023 Jun 27, 10:53pm  

stereotomy says


"Nuke it from orbit - it's the only way to make sure."


^^^ This ^^^

stereotomy says


he problem is, as richwicks showed with that video from the late 70's about an FIB informant


If you want to see it again - here it is:


original link

The intelligence agencies, if you look into their history, are absolute scum. The only people that would join them are moral garbage or innocent ignorant people.
518   Patrick   2023 Jul 4, 2:41pm  

https://sashastone.substack.com/p/what-i-love-about-america#details

This post has a fantastic spoof of how the FBI recruits for bogus "Patriot Front" protests, most of the way down the page.

I can't find it anywhere else.
519   HeadSet   2023 Jul 4, 8:50pm  

Patrick says

https://sashastone.substack.com/p/what-i-love-about-america#details

This post has a fantastic spoof of how the FBI recruits for bogus "Patriot Front" protests, most of the way down the page.

I can't find it anywhere else.

Eventually, those who protested on January 6th will have a proper day in court and not a show trial. How do I know? Because eventually, the mud is scraped away, and the founding principles hold.

Eventually? Like after spending over a year in jail without even being charged?
520   richwicks   2023 Jul 5, 3:14pm  

HeadSet says

Eventually? Like after spending over a year in jail without even being charged?


A YEAR? This is 2013.
524   AD   2023 Jul 22, 9:17pm  

richwicks says

If you want to see it again - here it is:


Darthard Perry and COINTELPRO
525   richwicks   2023 Jul 22, 9:47pm  

ad says

richwicks says


If you want to see it again - here it is:


Darthard Perry and COINTELPRO


People say that defund the police is just the liberal version of defund the FIB.

I don't think the FIB has done anything useful in over a decade. Cops are pretty useless to be honest, but unless people are armed, we need them - that's the real push to disarm the country to make people dependent on the state. If the FIB disappeared tomorrow, I think we'd first see a lot more crime in an attempt to justify their existence, and if we had ANY functional judicial system, a lot less, as they were systemically arrested, tried, and executed.
526   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2023 Jul 23, 8:52am  

Patrick says






Finally, this is a legitimate use for facial recognition. I hope the names of all these criminal FBI frauds gets published everywhere.


they look just like average young american boys. i don’t trust things i see on internet, shit is too manipulated.
529   richwicks   2023 Jul 25, 6:50pm  

FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden says

i don’t trust things i see on internet, shit is too manipulated.


This might be a problem on the Internet, but you can trust nothing you see on television, and I can give you countless examples, just ask.
533   Patrick   2023 Aug 1, 11:51am  

https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/the-politicization-of-the-administrative


The Politicization of the Administrative State:
The DOJ, FBI and IRS have become tools to harass political opponents

Whether or not election fraud happened at the ballot box, the election was clearly stolen from President Trump by the FBI lying about H. Biden’s laptop being fake. The administrative state cheated to ensure a Biden win.

And they are again weaponizing the deep state to ensure a Biden win in 2024. However, their attempts appeared to have hit a roadblock: the American people

Their USSR/CCP/Banana-Republic style tactics have ensured that Trump has become the leading republican candidate by a landslide.

“I think this last round of charges, to supersede this indictment, was to try to punish Donald Trump,” - Former Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker

I believe Trump is polling well above all the other republican candidates because we all know that the US government has slipped into a banana republic state of mind by prosecuting a former president, as well as members of his administration.

The fact is that lots of people who worked in his administration are being investigated by the DOJ, the IRS and are on do-not-hire lists. This is reality. Word around DC is that there is a long list of such people.

In fact, this fact is an open secret beginning early on in President Biden’s term. For instance, the editor of Forbes, Randall Lane worked to ensure that companies would not hire officials from President Donald Trump's administration. Also in 2021, Vanity Fair made fun of the fact that Trump officials can not get hired. How sick is that?

From Peter Navaro, Steve Bannon, Roger Stone, Carlos De Oliveira, and Walt Nauta, Trump loyalists are getting prosecuted in a way that is not befitting of the US government.

And of course, Trump himself. That an ex-president should be made an example of for the handling of classified documents is obscene. Republicans and independents sense this. And in the USA, we support people who are being harassed. It is in our DNA.

As long as the deep state and the White House continue with their vendetta, President Trump will be the one and only republican candidate for the White House. That is a given.
535   Patrick   2023 Aug 2, 12:00pm  

https://notthebee.com/article/the-fbi-just-did-the-spide-man-meme-


The FBI purchased a spying tool that was so out of bounds and so unethical that the government demanded they look into who purchased it. And after a thorough investigation, the FBI determined it was the FBI.
537   Patrick   2023 Aug 7, 1:55pm  

https://nypost.com/2023/08/07/ex-fbi-official-slated-to-plead-guilty-in-corruption-case/


Disgraced FBI agent Charles McGonigal — who investigated the Trump campaign’s alleged ties to Moscow in 2016 — is slated to take a guilty plea in the case accusing him of illegally working for a Russian oligarch. ...

McGonigal, 54, — a former top FBI counterintelligence agent based in New York — was indicted in January on charges including money laundering and violating US sanctions by working for Russian billionaire and business magnate Oleg Deripaska, including trying to get him taken off of the US sanctions list.

McGonigal was legally required to report to the FBI his contact with foreign officials, but instead allegedly hid the ties, pursing business and overseas travel that conflicted with his job.

McGonigal pleaded not guilty to the four counts: Conspiring to violate and evade US sanctions, money laundering, conspiring to commit money laundering and conspiring to violate federal law against doing business with sanctioned individuals.

McGonigal was the former top FBI counterintelligence agent in New York.

He has been free on $500,000 bond since his arrest.

McGonigal played a central role in the FBI’s controversial “Russiagate” investigation of former President Donald Trump, which ultimately led to Robert Mueller getting appointed as special counsel to probe potential Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

He was separately indicted in Washington DC for allegedly hiding payments totaling $225,000 from a former member of Albania’s intelligence service and taking a secret meeting with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama. He pleaded not guilty in that case — which is still pending trial.
542   Patrick   2023 Aug 26, 5:44pm  

https://nationalfile.com/fbi-asks-judge-to-delay-seth-rich-laptop-release-for-66-years/


FBI Asks Judge to Delay Seth Rich Laptop Release for 66 Years



The FBI is asking a federal court to reverse its order that demanded the bureau to disclose information from a laptop belonging to Seth Rich. If the judge refuses, the FBI has asked for a delay of 66 years. Rich was working as a staffer for the Democratic National Committee when he was shot and killed on a Washington D.C. street in 2016. No arrests have ever been made in connection with the Rich killing.

U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant, an Obama appointee, ruled in September that the bureau must hand over information from the computer to Brian Huddleston, who filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for the information.


The FBI is a criminal organization used to protect Democrat corruption and to persecute all those who seek to expose that corruption.
547   Patrick   2023 Aug 30, 9:12am  




This reeks of being yet another FBI murder for political gain. Terrorism at its purest.
551   Patrick   2023 Sep 5, 1:58pm  

https://thefederalist.com/2023/09/05/exclusive-fbi-lies-about-highly-credible-source-claims-were-leaked-to-nyt-and-spoonfed-to-weiss/


Emails obtained by the Heritage Foundation following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit, and shared exclusively with The Federalist, reveal that lies leaked to The New York Times about the origins of damning evidence implicating Hunter and Joe Biden in a bribery scandal were fed to Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss.

As I previously detailed, The New York Times reported those lies in its Dec. 11, 2020, article, “Material from Giuliani Spurred a Separate Justice Depart. Pursuit of Hunter Biden” — just a week after Americans first learned of the investigation of the now-president’s son. The Times’ reporting was “replete with falsehoods and deceptive narratives,” but “Americans just didn’t know it at the time.”

However, earlier this year, thanks to “whistleblower revelations and statements by former Attorney General William Barr,” the country learned that the Times’ claims — that evidence implicating the Bidens was derived from Giuliani — were false. Rather, a separate investigation had uncovered reporting from a “highly credible” FBI confidential human source (CHS) implicating Hunter and Joe Biden in a bribery scandal.

Now the FOIA-produced emails reveal even more: The FBI lies, laundered through The New York Times, were fed directly to Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss.

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