Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The Following Is Yet Another Example Of How A Corrupt U.S. Politician Can Use The Intelligence Community For Their Own Criminal Means

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The White House & Its Control
Over The FBI's Swill Merchants

Over the past century, many U.S. presidents have used the Intel community for their own criminal means. In fact, two of the best documented cases of this involve George H.W. Bush's use of the FBI to destroy the life of former presidential candidate, Gary Hart's campaign manager in the 1988 presidential election -- a man by the name of Michael Boren Williams, as well as George W. Bush's use of the FBI and Secret Service to torment a woman by the name of Margie Schoedinger, after Schoedinger filed a 50 million dollar lawsuit against George W. Bush, alleging that he had repeatedly used her for aberrant sex, while several FBI agents joined Bush is gang raping her.

While these allegations might sound apocryphal, the fact of the matter is that the DOJ and FBI have long been used as pawns of the White House in such criminal acts.

And in the cases of Michael Boren Williams and Margie Schoedinger, both of these victims of the Bush criminal dynasty have done a superlative job of documenting the crimes committed against them by the FBI; Schoedinger having done so before she was alleged to have committed suicide in 2002 (many people believe that Schoedinger was in fact murdered in a made to appear as suicide, having died from a single gun shot wound to her head), and Williams having documented the nightmare he has been subjugated to, since being released from prison, after serving time for having been set up by the FBI on bogus charges.

Moreover, while the elder Bush has never been particularly popular with the public, and Bush junior all but despised by most Americans, Ronald Reagan has always been perceived as one of the most charismatic and beloved presidents in U.S. History.

In an online poll conducted on the Internet a few years ago, regarding America's choice for the most patriotic president in this country's history, Ronald Reagan garnered the most votes, even besting George Washington.

And this makes the following information all the more disturbing, in understanding how Reagan used the FBI for his own personal and criminal means, even before he entered the White House, when Reagan was still the Governor of California.

Ronald Reagan, in spite of his fraudulent persona as one of the great American patriots, signed an Executive Order in 1981 (EO 12333) which gave the U.S. Military-Intelligence complex the unprecedented and unconstitutional authority to both spy domestically, as well as to use classified electronic warfare technology on American citizens.

In 1983, this electronic warfare technology would become the catalyst for the modern day crimes against humanity which are routinely perpetrated as non consensual human experimentation, and by the U.S. Military-Intelligence complex, through its utilization of electronic warfare programs. Programs which are deployed under the guise of the Strategic Defense Initiative program which was created in 1983, and later revised under the Clinton Administration.

It was also about this time in the early 1980's, that according to NSA whistle blower John St. Clair Akwei, the NSA was used to implement a satellite tracking network which has since been used to catalogue the unique sets of EMF signatures of every American citizen's own brain, as part of a furtive plan to brand us like heads of cattle.

This satellite tracking system, which Akwei has referred to as the NSA's Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network, can be used by the NSA to instantly track and establish two way through the air computer to brain interface with any person living within the United States, in complete violation of that person's Constitutional rights.

Given this, Ronald Reagan must be considered one of the greatest threats to the American people of any president in this country's history, given this abject violation of the U.S. Bill of Rights, with his passage of an Executive Order which has likely been responsible for the secretive electronic brain fingerprinting of the entire U.S. population.

Moreover, given the White House's control over the DOJ and FBI, it makes you wonder what clandestine operations Barack Obama may be using the FBI for at present, in an attempt to destroy his competition at election time.

The CEO of Gibson Guitar Corp has already accused the Obama Administration of using the DOJ and FBI to conduct bogus investigations into his company, because of his contributions to the Republican Party.

Of course, if this is true, it certainly would not be the first time that a U.S. President had perverted the use of the FBI, DOJ or some other alphabet agency, in order to conduct unwarranted investigations into those persons whom these politicians deemed to be a threat to their own agendas.

For instance, Bill and Hillary Clinton went so far as to have the IRS conduct audits on those whom they determined were a threat to the Clinton Administration - one of the most corrupt in American history.

The fact that Hillary Clinton is now the U.S. Secretary Of State is further proof that the higher you go in government, the more criminals you will find. Moreover, George W. Bush got caught using the NSA to spy on those persons whom Bush considered to be critical of his administration, which would result in hundreds of millions of Americans becoming familiar with an organization, that most at the time were unfamiliar with. Today, a majority of Americans have heard of the NSA and are rightfully concerned that the NSA is being used to violate their Constitutional rights to privacy and due process of law.

One must wonder, given the complete fraud that the U.S. Government has become over the past hundred and forty years, how much longer this Zionist financed and controlled corporation will exist, before the American middle class decides to abolish it, in favor of a new Constitutional Republic.

As for the FBI's swill merchants and the Bureau's history of demonizing any person whom this Americanized gestapo takes a disliking to, the following article describes how the FBI was used by Ronald Reagan, in order to destroy the career of former University Of California President, Clark Kerr.

- James F. Marino

"The FBI campaigned to get Kerr fired from the UC presidency, the bureau's records show, because it disagreed with his policies and handling of the Free Speech Movement protests.

When President Lyndon Johnson was considering appointing Kerr to be his Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare in December 1964, he asked the FBI to conduct a routine inquiry into Kerr's background. But the bureau sent the White House allegations that Kerr was 'pro-communist' - even though the bureau knew the claims were false.

Kerr said he was unaware of the FBI's actions against him until contacted by The Chronicle.

'Maybe I was too naive, but I never assumed they (the FBI) were taking efforts to get rid of me,' Kerr told The Chronicle. 'I always looked upon myself as being 100 percent American.'"

--University Of California President Clark Kerr


Secret FBI files reveal covert activities at UC
Bureau's campus operations involved Reagan, CIA
Seth Rosenfeld, Chronicle Staff Writer Sunday, June 9, 2002

Under the guise of protecting national security, the FBI conducted wide-ranging and unlawful intelligence operations concerning the University of California that at different points involved the head of the CIA and then-Gov. Ronald Reagan, The Chronicle has learned.

According to thousands of pages of FBI records obtained by The Chronicle after a 17-year legal fight, the FBI unlawfully schemed with the head of the CIA to harass students, faculty and members of the Board of Regents, and mounted a concerted campaign to destroy the career of UC President Clark Kerr, which included sending the White House derogatory allegations about him that the bureau knew were false.

The FBI, in contrast, developed a "close and cordial" relationship with Reagan, who made campus unrest a major issue and vowed to fire Kerr during his 1966 gubernatorial campaign.

And after he was elected, the FBI failed to report that Reagan falsely stated on a federal security clearance form that he never had been a member of any group officially deemed subversive, an omission that could have been prosecuted as a felony.

The FBI later secretly gave Gov. Reagan's administration information it could use "against" protesters.

The disclosure of the FBI activities concerning the University of California during the 1950s and 1960s comes as the bureau has been granted wider authority and more resources to conduct domestic intelligence activities, and as President Bush seeks to create a new Department of Homeland Security.

Experts said the FBI and CIA's past activities involving the University of California provide a cautionary tale about potential dangers to academic freedom and civil liberties.

"This . . . raises a topic that we should be concerned about today: the balance between security and liberty," said Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker, who was general counsel to the CIA from 1990 to 1995 and now is dean of the University of the Pacific's McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento.

"We learned some painful lessons," said Rindskopf Parker. "We certainly don't want to see ourselves rolling back to this time."

Bill Carter, an FBI spokesman in Washington, D.C., declined to comment on the FBI files obtained by The Chronicle.

The Office of Ronald Reagan referred questions to Edwin Meese III, who was Gov. Reagan's chief of staff. Meese acknowledged that Reagan had had a long-standing relationship with the FBI, but said that as far as he knew,the bureau gave Reagan no special political help.

In the mid-1970s, Congress held hearings that revealed widespread FBI and CIA surveillance of law-abiding citizens, as well as FBI "Cointelpro" (counterintelligence operation) programs to "disrupt and neutralize"
organizations and citizens who engaged in legitimate dissent, such as civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.

The Chronicle obtained thousands of pages of previously undisclosed FBI records concerning the University of California as a result of three lawsuits brought under the Freedom of Information Act. The documents provide the most detailed account to date of the FBI's activities at any American university during a turbulent, historic period and show that those covert operations spilled off campus and into state politics.

The FBI maintained in court that its activities regarding UC were proper and intended to protect civil order and national security. But a series of federal judges concluded that the FBI engaged in a range of unlawful activities that included investigating student protesters, interfering with academic freedom and intruding into internal university affairs.

The FBI's campus files show that FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover took a special interest in UC, which was the nation's largest university, operator of federal nuclear weapons labs and the scene of some of the nation's first and largest campus protests over constitutional rights and academic freedom.

Looking for dirt on UC

According to the documents, Hoover became outraged over an essay question on UC's 1959 English aptitude test for high school applicants that asked: "What are the dangers to a democracy of a national police organization, like the FBI, which operates secretly and is unresponsive to public criticism?"

In response, Hoover ordered his aides to launch a covert public relations campaign to embarrass the university and pressure it to retract what he called a "viciously misleading" question.

The director also ordered his agents to search bureau files for derogatory information on UC's 6,000 faculty members and top administrators.

The resulting 60-page report said 72 faculty members, students and employees were listed in the bureau's "Security Index," a secret nationwide list of people whom the FBI considered potentially dangerous to national security who would be detained without warrant during a crisis.

Congress was not told about the FBI detention plan, which failed to meet statutory requirements that there was "reasonable ground to believe" prospective detainees would engage in espionage or sabotage, said a 1976 report by the U.S. Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Operations.

The FBI's 1960 report on UC also alleged that faculty members had engaged in misconduct such as "illicit love affairs, homosexuality, sexual perversion, excessive drinking or other instances of conduct reflecting mental instability."

The FBI records show that after the Free Speech Movement staged the nation's first large campus sit-ins of the era, CIA Director John McCone met with Hoover at FBI headquarters in January 1965 and planned to leak FBI reports to conservative regent Edwin Pauley, who could then "use his influence to curtail, harass and at times eliminate" liberal faculty members.

Regents, Kerr also targets

The FBI also gave Pauley reports on the backgrounds of three liberal regents from San Francisco: lawyer William Coblentz, businessman William M. Roth and former Democratic National Committee member Elinor Haas Heller.

The FBI campaigned to get Kerr fired from the UC presidency, the bureau's records show, because it disagreed with his policies and handling of the Free Speech Movement protests.

When President Lyndon Johnson was considering appointing Kerr to be his Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare in December 1964, he asked the FBI to conduct a routine inquiry into Kerr's background. But the bureau sent the White House allegations that Kerr was "pro-communist" - even though the bureau knew the claims were false.

Kerr said he was unaware of the FBI's actions against him until contacted by The Chronicle.

"Maybe I was too naive, but I never assumed they (the FBI) were taking efforts to get rid of me," Kerr told The Chronicle. "I always looked upon myself as being 100 percent American."

Reagan's "subversive" ties

The FBI's background report on Kerr contrasts with the bureau's background investigation of Reagan after he was elected governor in 1966 and became a regent ex officio, FBI records show.

That process began when Reagan filled out a federal form required to get a security clearance, and stated that he never belonged to any group deemed officially subversive, a copy of the form shows.

According to FBI records, the bureau knew Reagan had been in two such groups in the 1940s - the Committee for a Democratic Far East Policy and the American Veterans Committee - but the FBI background report failed to note that Reagan's denial was untrue. Hundreds of people in the 1940s and 1950s had faced hearings and sometimes dismissals from federal employment for failing to disclose membership in groups deemed subversive.

Cartha "Deke" DeLoach, Hoover's third-in-command, told The Chronicle that the FBI gave Reagan no special treatment. But two former FBI agents said it was routine procedure for the FBI to point out such discrepancies.

A "helpful" relationship

Reagan was also a more active informer in Hollywood than has been previously reported. Meese told The Chronicle that Reagan felt his relationship with the FBI was "very helpful."

Following the violent 1969 People's Park protests in Berkeley, Herbert Ellingwood, Reagan's legal affairs secretary, met with DeLoach to discuss campus unrest. "Governor Reagan is dedicated to the destruction of disruptive elements on California campuses," Ellingwood said, according to the records.

The Reagan administration planned on "hounding" protest groups as much as possible by "bringing any form of violation available against them." Reagan officials might bring tax cases against them, Ellingwood added, and would also mount a "psychological warfare campaign" against protesters.

Ellingwood asked if the FBI would give Reagan more intelligence reports, and Hoover agreed.

"This has been done in the past," the director noted, "and has worked quite successfully."

Meese told The Chronicle, "I have no recollection at all of us planning to do these things . . . There was never any concentrated strategy to do these things."

Pitfalls of domestic intelligence

James X. Dempsey, deputy director of the Center for Democracy & Technology in Washington, D.C., and a former aide to the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights, said The Chronicle's findings about FBI activities at UC show how the bureau's domestic intelligence operations can go awry - and that it can take years for the public to find out.

While the FBI was charged with defending the United States against Soviet intelligence operations during the 1950s and 1960s, he said, the bureau improperly focused on citizens engaged in lawful dissent.

"I'm afraid that 20 or 30 years from now, somebody will be writing a story about how the FBI got off track in 2002."

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