Thursday, October 04, 2007

"The FBI Should Not Be Reinvented Or Reformed, But Abolished" --Truer Words Have Never Been Spoken

It is interesting to see an article which was written just prior to the attacks on 9-11 in which the FBI was basically vilified for its despicable behavior. Within less than two months of this article the World Trade Center would be taken down and the Pentagon damaged by the Illuminist insiders within the US Federal Government, including the Bush Administration.

And the FBI which was nearly on the abolition chopping block managed to not only find a reprieve, but more power to abuse than it had ever had in its history. Is it any wonder why it is so reviled in the present day? The following article is unlike any you will ever see in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times or any of the other prestigious US Intelligence outlets in that it documents the truth about the FBI and exactly what should be done with it.

FBI Meltdown: The Root Cause By Lewellyn J. Rockwell

"The Ashcroft speech appeared to be a serious upbraiding, but in fact it was designed for public consumption. Though he never mentioned the agency’s abuse of power, we are led to believe that this problem is being addressed. We are encouraged to believe that the rogue agency has been reined in.

This is nonsense. The problem of the FBI is not a failure of the current management. It is a failure of power itself. The federal government should not have a police force. Such a thing is incompatible with freedom, just as the NKVD and the Gestapo are contrary to freedom. The FBI should not be reinvented or reformed, but abolished. The day it becomes the 'foremost law enforcement agency in the world' is the day all our liberties are gone."

-- Llewellyn J. Rockwell

See the rest of Lew's article here:
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