Loss of FBI Reputation Irredeemable: James Comey Will Resign
By - September 24, 2016

Fresh proof the FBI’s Hillary email probe was a joke … Yet another surprise revelation suggests strongly that the FBI’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s e-mail mess was anything but a by-the-book investigation.  House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) said he learned only Friday that the Justice Department gave immunity deals to Clinton’s former chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, and two other aides. That brings to five the number of Clintonistas who got a pass in exchange for testimony and/or information. -New York Post

The FBI’s erosion of reputation – taking place this very day and minute as a result of the Clinton email mess – could not have happened to a more deserving operation.

For 75 years, the FBI has terrorized the American public with increasing vigor and brutality. Much of the FBI “crimes” it focuses on – insider trading and the like – weren’t even thought to be criminal a few decades ago.

It is increasingly clear that the drug-dealing prosecuted by the FBI takes place at the highest levels of America’s political office. Enough has been reported (certainly in the alternative media) about Clinton/Bush/CIA cocaine or heroin dealings to generate what may be a believable profile of these operations.

When it comes to white collar banking crime, the American public is increasingly skeptical about the engine of the industry – central banks themselves.

Generally speaking, there are lingering and expanding  questions about whom is being prosecuted (for what) in finance, banking and drug crime.

When it comes to terrorism, there is significant skepticism, especially among the alternative media, as to whether incidents are being staged to give the FBI something dramatic to do.

And now come high-profile reports in major New York newspapers calling a  major FBI investigation a “joke.”

But it is not the investigation that is a “joke” but the FBI itself. Somehow people seem to have forgotten the “hair evidence” fiasco that came to light in 2013.

Here from the Guardian:

In July 2013, the FBI admitted that the foundations of what it called “hair comparison evidence” – a technique that its agents had used in hundreds of criminal cases nationwide and spread through the training of state-based detectives potentially through tens of thousands of other cases – were scientifically invalid. A preliminary review of the FBI’s follicular flaws found that:

-Microscopic hair analysis could not scientifically distinguish one individual to the exclusion of all others.
-Statistical weight could not be given to comparisons to suggest a likelihood that the hair derived from a specific source.
-Expert witnesses should not cite the number of hair analyses they had conducted in the lab to bolster the idea that they could definitively state that a hair belonged to a specific individual.

Tens of thousands may have been put in jail mistakenly based on hair evidence that some in the FBI knew to be false. Exactly how many lives were ruined is not clear as the FBI has surely never published a definitive account.

In fact, this is part of the problem. The FBI is generally not held to account in any single aspect of its operations.

In bluntest terms, the FBI performs a function similar to that of the 20th century KGB. It creates high-profile “criminal cases” to reinforce elite memes. For instance, banking elites are currently fixated on creating a “war on terror.” The FBI is charged with finding and arresting terrorists to buttress this narrative.

Almost all of the terrorists that the FBI has arrested in the recent past have significant questions attached to them. There are cases to be made probably for every one of them that the individual is either nor responsible for the incident or was incited and supported by the FBI in such a way as to bring the episode to fruition.

This is how Western democracies operate today. They are run primarily by banking interests that create narratives intended to drive certain economic and sociopolitical results. The primary enforcers of these narratives are intel agencies like the Mossad, CIA, MI5 and MI6 and of course the FBI.

The nexus of control probably resides in London’s City and thus in a sense one can argue that the West is already under one functional umbrella when it comes to control.

The trouble with this system is that it is secret. The FBI for instance, masqueraded as anti-criminal operation for a long time. Today it defines itself mostly as a state-security facility.

The problem the FBI is facing has little to do with self-definition and much to do with credibility. The FBI like other intel agencies  throughout modern history loses considerable credibility if it is seen as an organ of state bureaucracy rather than an independent and unbiased entity of national justice.

Unfortunately for the FBI, this era of Internet information continues to be unkind to its reputation. Whether it is illegitimate hair evidence, terrorist suspects that are FBI supported or – now – a major investigation into Hillary’s emails that seems to be compromised and corrupted at every turn, the FBI is reeling from endless public relations disasters.

Intel operations when they are seen as corrupt begin to resemble agencies of oppression. Once the authoritarian yoke cannot be justified, the public’s mood can harden significantly. The FBI is currently in a delicate position. Its recent past provides little that is admirable and much that is questionable or illegal – including its furtive expansion abroad.

This latest disaster, featuring Hillary, is effectively stripping away the one argument the FBI could make regarding its broader behavior: It was making everyone equally miserable.

Now, as the Hillary fiasco continues to bleed into the mainstream media (and there are many reasons it is doing so) FBI execs face the worst of all worlds. The difficulty is not one that can be fixed via blackmail or using the famous FBI files as leverage against “enemies.”

The problem is simpler and more profound than that. More than half of Americans adults believe Hillary ought to have been prosecuted for her recent email misdeeds, but the FBI claimed there was no case. Unfortunately, information now trickling out shows that the FBI was careless with immunity and did not do a thorough-enough job of investigating available evidence.

In other words, it purposefully botched the job. Even worse for the FBI is that Hillary’s case is a political one, which means it will receive extraordinary coverage- and the flaws in the “prosecution” will be painstakingly delineated.

What will begin to emerge is the profile of an agency protecting the most powerful of American citizens. The ramifications of this public perception are not tolerable to the FBI.

The FBI can get away with many things but not with being seen as less than evenhanded. Strip away the faux mask of judicial blindness and the reality of the FBI as a brutal enforcer of elite authoritarianism comes clear. That above all else is not tolerable. It spells the end of the FBI as a functional police force. Stripped of rhetorical justification, it has nothing but intimidation to fall back on. And that’s not enough, not ever.

For this reason we suspect FBI director James Comey – who has a prior relationship with the Clintons – will have to resign. The FBI is going to have to cast its recent actions as aberrations in order to survive.

Conclusion:Perhaps the easiest way to survive while retaining at least shreds of critical credibility is to blame the mess on a single individual who perverted the actions of an otherwise reputable facility. That doesn’t sound comforting for Comey but it may be the easiest way for the FBI to recover in the short term. In the long term, given the FBIs exposure to a variety of Internet truths, probably nothing can save it – in its current form anyway.


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  • CAI

    Thanks DB for the commentary on the FBI. Many americans have suffered unjustly due to the fallacy that the FBI is always on the right side. A very large percentage of their cases are prosecuted with the use of manufactured evidence enhanced by false testimony by threatened witnesses and FBI agents themselves. This bureaucracy is so large now that it is almost to big to fight. Sad state of affairs for the American people.

  • SnakePlissken

    Bush/Clinton cocaine dealing? Whatcha talkin’ bout Willis?

    • CAI

      Mena Arkansas and Arkansas Development Corp.

    • David

      He forgot to mention the heroin trafficking.

  • SnakePlissken

    In the first WTC bombing attempt in 1993, the leader of the terrorists was a former Egyptian Army officer who was working for the FBI. He called his FBI handlers and asked if they should use a fake bomb. His handlers said no, to use a real bomb. After that, he started recording all his phone conversations with the FBI because he realized he was being set up to be a patsy. 6 people died, and 1,000+ people were injured in that attack.

  • Joseph Burke

    I am sure that Satan’s Daughter, Hillary, has contributed nicely to his financial well being and losing his job won’t be a hardship in any way.

    • It will not end with a job loss.

      • SnakePlissken

        People have an unusual habit of ending up dead when they have dirt on Hillary.

  • windsor1

    The FBI is a government police agency. By definition it is political. Comey’s behavior is nothing new. The FBI was implicated in the 1993 WTC bombing when a patsy suspecting he was being set up recorded conversations with the FBI agents. Pre 911 an agent wanted to investigate the high number of arabs in US flight schools. Even the most famous director of the FBI, J. Egar himself got paid off by the mob in the form of tips at the race track. Nothing new here.
    In the OKC bombing the ATF folks coincidentally, all happened to be out of their office that day and the FBI found other explosives in the bldg and were hushed.
    There is nothing new with Comey.

    • Yes there is. They are flagrantly compromised in the 21st century’s most controversial and high profile case. This is not something that can likely be “out-waited.”

      • RWS

        But it will be. A majority of the American population either profits from the system, is too hoodwinked to understand what’s really happening, or just plain doesn’t care.

        Democracy fails when too many of an ill-educated or stupid population are enfranchised. The cure? Restrict the electorate or raise the level of intelligence in the country.

        • Ugh

          We are not a democracy. We are failing because they have turned us into one.

  • robertsgt40

    The FBI officially lost its credibility on 911, along with every other branch of the federal govt. To say its been co-opted is an understatement.

    • ThomasJK

      The FBI destroyed and dissipated the little credibility that had accrued to it at Ruby Ridge and Waco.

      • robertsgt40

        Lol actually we could go back to its creation and its pedophile first leader J Edgar

        • ThomasJK

          I just received this via email from an “old” friend. It’s considerably off topic, but it is so good that I feel compelled to share it.

          “I used to think I was just a regular guy, but…I was born white, which now, whether I like it or not, makes me a racist. I am a fiscal and moral conservative, which by today’s standards, makes me a fascist. I am heterosexual, which according to gay folks, now makes me a homophobe. I am non-union, which makes me a traitor to the working class and an ally of big business. I am a Christian, which now labels me as an infidel. I believe in the 2nd Amendment, which now makes me a member of the vast gun lobby. I am older than 70 and retired, which makes me a useless old man. I think and I reason; therefore I doubt much what the main stream media tells me, which must make me a reactionary. I am proud of my heritage and our inclusive American culture which make me a xenophobe. I value my safety and that of my family and I appreciate the police and the legal system, which make me a right-wing extremist. I believe in hard work, fair play, and fair compensation according to each individual’s merits, which today make me an anti-socialist. I (and most of the folks I know), acquired a fair education without student loans (it’s called work) and no debt at graduation, which makes me some kind of an odd underachiever. I believe in the defense and protection of the homeland for and by all citizens, which now makes me a militant.

          Please help me come to terms with the new me… because I‘m just not sure who I am anymore! I would like to thank all my friends for sticking with me through these abrupt, new found changes in my life and my thinking. I just can’t imagine or understand what’s happened to me so quickly.

          Funny…it’s all just taken place over the last 7 or 8 years! As if all this crap wasn’t enough to deal with…I’m now afraid to go into either restroom!”

          • robertsgt40

            That’s a fact. Growing up in the 50s and 60s I watched the subtle changes starting with “bra burning”. Victim status has been awarded to everyone except white middle class guys. This isn’t gonna go on much longer. Something’s got to give….and it ain’t me. I’m not backing up anymore.

          • Don Duncan

            This didn’t start “7 or 8 years ago”. The majority has always thought they had a superior right to violate rights. See the Constitution where the majority authorizes taxation and real estate confiscation (eminent domain), two forms of property rights violation. In 1950, at eight, I became an atheist. I was told by my parents I was not to discuss religion with my friends because it was “disturbing” them, and they were asking their parents questions that disturbed them. We were asked to move. So, I promised to keep my mouth shut. Later, I found I was attacked everywhere I expressed by skepticism. So much for freedom of speech. At 12, when I was expressing my unpopular anarchist ideas and I was called a traitor and communist, I didn’t back down. I knew what silence could do to me, and I didn’t like the feeling. At 74 I know I made the right choice. I have been true to myself, without comprise.

          • robertsgt40

            If you’re not free to say “NO” you’re not free.

          • Kernel01

            Absolutely brilliant.

        • Kernel01

          And J Edgar even got the FBI HQ named after him: The Hoover Building. And just like the Hoover vacuum, it sucks.

  • ConPatriot1234

    I realized the FBI was a joke after I outgrew childhood cartoons. The FBI is worse than a joke, it’s a bunch of smelly fools doing the work of wicked people. Occasionally the do something alright but 99% of what they do is a joke. Maybe it’s time to just abolish all the alphabet soup tax parasites and go back to state and local control.

    • Don Duncan

      Or, you could take that idea to its logical conclusion: self governance in a voluntary society. That’s as “local” as you can get. It’s about time individualism got a chance, collectivism has failed for millennia.

  • Bolt Upright

    All part of the “profound transformation”. Do not concern yourselves. Comey has all the characteristics of a congenital Liberal. His behavior is nothing more than that of a Hive Mind member. Congenital Liberals move like starlings.

  • Jim Johnson

    It is time we demand our Electeds position themselves between our gun-toting/SWAT empowered bureaucracies and their terrorized citizenry. Enough of this crap. This isn’t the first time our institutions were overrun by clever thugs, and it is no surprise few know how they are brought low. The prayers of those Good Folks who have to work with and under these clowns will find an answer. Wake up, Neighbor.

    • Don Duncan

      “…demand…”? Voting, electing, is forfeiting your sovereignty. Servants are in no position to demand anything. Once you give away your power, once you become dependent on politicians, they become your master, and you will get “ruled” good and hard, up the ying-yang. I bother to say “Wake up, Neighbor” because you are dragging me down with you.

      • Jim Johnson

        I won’t be giving up on the experiment our Founders started just yet. We still have some untried avenues to explore. Sounds as if you have found some forest to retreat to, although use of modern conveniences would argue otherwise. The Olympic Peninsula in WA State ios accommodating quite a few guys who have chosen such existence. Give it a shot. I choose polite society.

        • rahrog

          The founders of America were SECESSIONISTS.

  • jackw97224

    Couldn’t agree more. Comey is a filthy, lyin’, rotton, commie/socialist Democrat. He should be confined to the boobyhatch farm for the balance of his crooked life.

    • Don Duncan

      The fascist/socialist Republicans are just as authoritarian, filthy, lyin’, and rotten.

      • jackw97224


        • Don Duncan

          I wouldn’t have thought to comment, but you added “democrat” to the negative description and that usually means a bias toward their so-called opposition party.
          You are correct that your remark does not prove my remark,but I didn’t claim it did. If you had used the word republicrat to indicate the meaninglessness of the two party distinction, that would have been better.

    • Ugh

      Never should a politician be allowed such a job.

  • rahrog

    The ENTIRE federal government is a criminal organization. GET A CLUE. SECEDE…SECEDE…SECEDE!!!

    • RWS

      That was tried in the 1860s. It didn’t SUCcede.

      And it wouldn’t today, either: the only amendment to the federal constitution written not in ink but in blood was that which crystallized by 1865: that not the States but their creature, the federal government, is sovereign.

      • Ernie Hopkins

        As Jefferson Davis stated, “Issues resolved by force rarely remain settled, but return in later generations”

        • Mstrjack

          And that slave owning warmongering “tyrant” knew what he was talking about.

          • Ernie Hopkins

            Not sure if this is sarcasm or serious. If serious I would strongly recommend some serious primary source history research.

          • Mstrjack

            Yes, I am serious. Jefferson Davis was an early Empire builder. As a West Point graduate, one of Lieutenant Davis’ early assignments was to escort Black Hawk to prison. What was Black Hawk’s crime? He wanted to live on the land he grew up on.

            A few years later we find Colonel Davis in Mexico killing Mexican farmers, destroying their families, and taking their land for America. Then he became Secretary of War under President Pierce.

            A few years later we find President Davis ordering the bombing of Fort Sumter on Union men who were running out of supplies while being held in siege without guns capable of reaching Charleston. That was just one month after the Confederacy was formed! There was no reason to bomb Fort Sumter except to start the war. After bombing Fort Sumter in April, Davis sent thousands upon thousands of Southern troops to Manassas Junction to hold Washington in siege until late July.

            Slaveowning Jeff Davis was no benign ruler. He was a fighter, an enslaver, and an empire builder until he lost the Civil War with Grant accepting Lee’s surrender at Appomattox. Even then Davis wanted to keep fighting the war.

            Times were different in those days, but to consider Jefferson Davis anything but a warmongering tyrant simply isn’t true.

          • Ernie Hopkins

            Again, go study primary source information. What you are spouting sounds like a typical SJW spouting court historian distortions.

          • Mstrjack

            Primary source like the Confederate Constitution which created a powerful central government to enslave all black people within its boundaries? Slave owner is the very definition of a tyrant. All the Confederate states were REQUIRED to be tyrannical. Jefferson Davis was President of those tyrannical governments. Like I wrote earlier, Jefferson Davis, the Chairman of Millitary Affairs, was a warmongering ‘tyrant’. You can put lipstick on a pig but it is still a pig.

          • RWS

            Might you temper your emotions with objectivity? Blaming Lieutenant Davis for carrying out properly issued orders in guarding Black Hawk is mistaking the very purpose of the military.

            Was the Black Hawk War just on the part of Americans? Probably not. Was the recent American war against Libya just? Probably not. Is the current American war against Syria just? Probably not. Yet in each war, the American military follows properly issued orders — and we should be thankful that they do.

            If we detest the war, we should remove the civil authorities responsible for the war. Yet it seems likely that the American people will confirm our current and recent aggressions by voting in yet another Democratic regime.

          • Mstrjack

            Standing Armies are not friends of Liberty.

          • RWS

            In this, we agree.

            Remember, however, that in this day of ICBMs and satellites, “Fortress America” no longer exists, but foreign enemies certainly do — as well as Moslems and other destroyers already within the country: so there is no simple solution for defense of liberty without its destruction, but instead an array of complex balances which might succeed at present (most of which do require standing armed forces together with civil checks). If you can suggest a plausible resolution, I’d be pleased to read it.

          • Mstrjack

            13 Words

            ‘A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State,’


          • RWS

            “Jack”, if you sincerely believe that a militia is the solution in modern warfare, there’s no ground for serious discussion. And this isn’t a forum for extended education.

            I wish you well.

          • Mstrjack

            See Below

          • Ernie Hopkins

            You have thrown out numerous false and misleading statements that reflect absolutely no wisdom or understanding of our past events. Since my advice to go do some good primary source homework before spewing your emotional vitriol fell on deaf ears with one false statement regarding a document you obviously have not read and certainly have no comprehension of its intent within its historical context, I will address your statements item by item and then consider the discussion closed.
            As a Lt., Davis had no influence whatsoever is the initiation or execution of the Black Hawk War. or for that matter US Indian policy period. He took his platoon and carried out orders given. I note your comment that he escorted Black Hawk to prison. Interesting that you do not seem offended that your boys in blue you are so enamored with for taking the Confederacy out were unable to escort Crazy Horse to prison without bayoneting him in the back. Apparently Lt. Davis had a better restraint on his platoon. I would also note that as President of the Confederacy, the 5 main eastern tribes that had been forcibly resettled in Oklahoma received equal status with the Confederate States and Senate seats in the Confederate Senate. This is something the Washington regime has yet to do.
            The Mexican War again was not started by Davis, nor was he a main protagonist. He did not have any influence on the peace process either. He commanded Mississippi farmers in what was viewed by most of the US as a defensive war. The conflict has long deep roots extending back to before Santa Anna’s coup in Mexico. Whether or not Mexico actually started it is debatable, but the perception of most citizens was that it had. I would note that Grant, whom you extolled, along with almost every major general officer on both sides in the War of Northern Aggression served in that conflict.
            He also served as a Senator for Mississippi for far longer. He opposed secession because of his concerns regarding the possible war it might bring about. He resigned from the Senate when Mississippi seceded. He did not seek or want the Confederate Presidency. He turned pale when informed it was ask of him. He was a man of principle and duty, which trapped him into acceptance.
            Davis sent peace emissaries to meet with Lincoln to discuss payment for federal property and set up formal relations. Lincoln jailed them. Multiple Confederate authorities attempted repeatedly to get the garrison at Ft. Sumter to come ashore. They were not starving and the Confederates offered them additional provisions. Lincoln ordered the garrison to stay put and enforce the tariffs He also attempted to resupply with munitions. This is what triggered the firing. Lincoln then played the false flag narrative to justify invasion. Manassas Junction is in Virginia and does not lay siege to Washington DC. It blocks invasion from that point.
            Many Southerners wished to continue the fight, the reality of 4 years of total war on the part of the Federal government forced a peace.
            The Confederate Constitution created a far less centralized government than the US Constitution. It did not enslave all blacks in its geographical jurisdiction. As evidence note the free black regiments that volunteered for the Confederacy in New Orleans. Note the 1864 emancipation for military service act. Note Davis early discussion with the leaders of the Confederate Senate of the major crisis facing the Confederate States. Besides the coming invasion and war, the issue of not only emancipation, but citizenship for the former slaves must be dealt with. A republic with multi tiered citizenship could not survive was his concern in that regard. None of this supports your assertions, but suggests the exact opposite. Was Davis perfect? Far from, but war monger and tyrant are not valid accusations. Slave owner, yes, as was Grant. Grant petitioned the Congress to be exempted from the 13th Amendment as”good help was hard to find”. Davis did not invent slavery, he inherited it. He then spent much of his life looking for ways to end it creating a win/win for all parties. No small task, and one that the Federals never wanted.

          • RWS

            Mr. Hopkins, thank you. As a former historian, I’m appalled by the willful ignorance displayed by so many people who (perhaps simply because they are passably articulate) seem able to reason more acutely than their words disclose. The Republic is perishing because of the short-sighted bigotry of the many who are complicit in the corruption of those who in exchange for power promise bread and circusses to these foolish folk.

            I’d only stress what you doubtless already know: that the War between the States was at least as complex in its causes as in its results, and placing blame six generations later is both uncertain and perhaps unnecessary, even though we should always try to discern the truth. As one with ancestry on both sides of Mason’s and Dixon’s line, I lament this and most other wars. I hope and pray that we can avoid bloodshed in the future, though I am not willing to sacrifice liberty to avert it.

          • Ernie Hopkins

            I am with you RWS.

      • rahrog

        You are an americant.

    • Ernie Hopkins

      Agree that this is a good starting point, even though the last attempt failed.

    • ThomasJK

      Think eviction, not secession. I can think of no reason why I would want my state toe secede from Union with the other 49 states. I do not have a problem with any of the 49. It is the unAmerican anocratic government of the parasitoidic little foreign country that’s called The District of Columbia that is the problem and the issue. Evict them and start over.

  • Kernel01

    Kudos to the Daily Bell. It’s about time a good news organization had the cajones to call for Comey’s rightful resignation.

  • It is very easy to prove that FBI is a criminal organization. Just report a crime to FBI and see what happens. In my cases … nothing. Call the Special Agent in Charge, SAC, and ask why she/he does nothing. Reply is that she/he does not consider your information of interest. I have done it several times. Always the same result.

    • Don Duncan

      The founders did not want or suspect a federal police force would be formed. In fact, govt. (public) policing in general was unheard of until the late 1800s.
      This spending of public money on more and more services that crowd out the private sector is typical of the expansion of power that will eventually destroy us. It is proof that the American experiment (attempt?) to limit govt. has created a monster. What must be admitted is that no one, no group, can be given a monopoly on coercion, the initiation of force. That is the fatal flaw in all attempts to govern by representatives. Take away their moral blank check, their moral exemption, judge them by the same standards as the private sector, and you have thugs with zero redeeming qualities.

      • It should be recalled that the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission), an independent, bipartisan commission with 10 members created by the US Congress, have prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the 11 September 2001 incidents. On 22 July 2004 the Commission released its report and I assume FBI got a copy. It is easily found on the Internet.

        The Commission members suggested that by 11 September 2001 the terrorists possessed:

        – leaders able to evaluate, approve, and supervise the planning and direction of a major operation;

        – a personnel system that could recruit candidates, indoctrinate them, vet them, and give them the necessary training;

        – communications sufficient to enable planning and direction of operatives and those who would be helping them;

        – an intelligence effort to gather required information and form assessments of enemy strengths and weaknesses;

        – the ability to move people great distances; and

        – the ability to raise and move the money necessary to finance an attack.

        However the FBI has not managed to find any trace of above terrorists in the USA since 2001.

        • Don Duncan

          “It should be recalled that” the same could be said about the Warren Commission, and now we know they missed the CIA connection. “It is easily found on the internet.”

          “It should be recalled that” the 9-11 Commission released an incomplete report in months, took 3 years to complete it with a bizarre explanation of Bld. 7 collapse, and would not release the raw data on which this finding was based. We are left with an unbelievable explanation and asked to trust the integrity and competence of politicians. Deja Vu.

          The obvious demolition of Bld. 7 is the smoking gun in the room ignored, not the fantasy terrorist network.

          • You are right. Bld. 7 was obviously demolished … and FBI is not interested. I have tried several times.

          • Jas

            All three towers are obvious demolition, massive steel girders exploding laterally, yeah.

          • Don Duncan

            I agree. However several of my good friends find the official lie plausible. So I now jump straight to the indefensible lie about Bld. 7. No one can rationalize that one.

    • Ernie Hopkins

      Similar experiences here. Once informed case lacked sufficient “public appeal” to be worth investigating. Have yet to see anything other than cursory paper filings for financial institution robberies, the very thing they allegedly were founded for.

  • Praetor

    Ok! This ain’t Lewis Erskine’s FBI and it never was.

    FBI’s mission, To protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States.
    One of the core values of the FBI, Accountability by accepting responsibility for our actions and decisions and the consequences of our actions and decisions.

    It seems for any government institution, words are easy. The hard part for government institutions is living up to those words. Words have meaning only if those words are upheld by action.

    The crazy thing about government, why the pretense, why us words like these. The answers are apparent, government is just a lie, masquerading as the truth!!!

  • The troubles that all current status quo forces and present day establishment agencies endure and fail both spectacularly and miserably to come to amicable and equitable terms with, was/is well recognised and articulated in these few words which be copied from a earlier, before its time, talk on such intelligence matters [16 August 2001 at the 10th USENIX Security Symposium*]

    And to imagine and posit that it causes terrifying problems, is to identify oneself as a problem and possible live target/person of interest/machine of concern for particular and peculiar corrective action/censure/removal from future event programs.

    “‘Reversing the Panopticon” is the motif of John Young’s and my remarks today. They allude to Cryptome and, more recently Cryptome’s companion site, Cartome’s, modest ongoing project of reverse-engineering, metaphoric in our case, perhaps, and perhaps as vulnerable as silk thread, too — transacted under the assumption that information is power, involving efforts to reverse-engineer labyrinthine information architectures: encouraging a reversal of restricted one-way information flows, a reversal of one-way transparency, a reversal of the one-way power relation captured through the insidious one-way mirror.

    Information is power, and its sharing with intelligence is a cosmic energy, both hellish in the destructive force it can release and unleash in abuse and misuse with IT and Media Command and Control, and heavenly in its creative use.

    Such does make one wonder why practically all leading main stream media shared information paints a false tale which delivers a sub prime trail and corrupted and perverse virtual reality plays. Methinks that is moronic and indicative of more than just a touch of madness being endemic and systemic in such systems of administrative operation.


    • craig

      Comey is connected to HSBC, the criminals’ bank of choice for money laundering … HE NEEDS TO GO.

      HSBC, where Comey served on its board of directors …
      HSBC, the bank that routinely partners with the Clinton Foundation …
      Peter Comey, his brother, who works at the law firm that does the Clinton Foundation’s taxes …

      Read article for more:

      • Jas

        They caught Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Wachovia laundering drug money as well. Doesn’t meant the others aren’t doing it too, just not caught.

  • georgesilver

    I’m always surprised that people are surprised about the bias of the ‘security’ services. Surely most thinking people have woken up to the fact by now that ALL security services CIA, MI5/6, FBI etc. are the enforcement arms of the the cabal and their central banks. Why are people amazed that the Clintons and top bankers are never prosecuted? Don’t they understand that the Dons at the top never prosecute their own gang. Governments and Central banks of the World should be seen as Mafia cells that have the military and their security services as enforcement arms. Why do you think nothing is voluntary and everything is by enforcement?

    • Lita Michelle

      I’ll admit. I’m a dope. I really believed that most people in these positions were doing it for love of country. Not politicians so much – lots of phoneys in that arena. Hillarys email thing has been an eye opener for me. I couldn’t have imagined how deep this corruption runs. The election is making me sick because I’m worried that if Hillary wins, we won’t recover. We’ll be sold out to the highest bidder. We need to start giving lie detector tests for government employees to find out their reason for wanting the job and to find out if they’d be bribable. Also, maybe panels of people instead of one person running a department like the FBI so we can lessen the likelihood of a payoff or promise and avoid the dirty politics we have right now.

  • JohnZ

    The FBI should have been discarded decades ago. It along with other useless money wasting bureaus such as the DEA, ATF and corrupted FDA and last but not the least the CIA need to be relegated to the trash pit of history. They need to go. We cannot afford to have these rogue organizations to operate as they do and in turn create so much chaos, death and misery for so many millions of innocent people around the world that America has destroyed in the name of profit for the Wall St. banksters.
    The same goes for the U.S. military. Reduce military spending by 60% which means closing every foreign base and outpost every where and put a halt to these insane and immoral wars America has created for profit.
    Arrest every banker on Wall St. Arrest every member of AIPAC. Arrest every congrescritter who signed the loyalty oath to isrealhell.
    The FBI has become just another Albatross around the neck of Americans. Corrupted from top to bottom and filled with delusional hacks.

  • john d

    we must rid ourselves of the 2 party (actually one masquerading as 2) system. it may already be too late but, in 45 states we can vote for jill stein and there are hundreds of 3rd party candidates on the ballots everywhere. boycott the “presidential”(dog and pony show) debates. flood social media with anti establishment ideas. do not be fooled by airbags like Elizabeth warren who then back the “wall st candidate” shillary Clinton. the collusion of military/industrial/surveillance/oligarch “complex” works to maintain control of the 99% by appointing fools like comey and Loretta lynch. think about the bullshit Obama spewed when campaigning for our trust and support. now look at where we are. throw the bums out.

  • Arch Deacon

    FBI Director James Comey has Given Himself Immunity for… Obstruction of Justice…

    • CCblogging

      Comey is still a criminal.

  • thegeorgespyman

    From its inception the Bureau of Investigation was a hatchet job for the establishment to hire anarchists, scare the electorate, eliminate patsies while getting bigger budgets and more power. It was never supposed to be a national Gestapo. I would make J. Edgar Hoover: The Man And The Secrets required reading in every school across the nation. If you haven’t DO! There’s nothing worse than being burned with very old tricks. There are many American heroes in the book who resisted Hoover at their peril. They deserve to be better known and role models for our youth.

  • CCblogging

    James Comey to prison. Hillary for cellmate.

    • Make comments please, not murder demands.

      • hillboy

        When Trump becomes president this whole charade will come down . Hopefully Comey has enough guts to do what he needs to do & Hillary the liar with him.

      • CCblogging


        • dicyo mouth

          The extremely brutal killing
          of treasonous s hitbags, what
          America needs more of.

  • hillboy

    Comey the clown let his politics come before his job. He is to Clinton what Goebbels was to Hitler a tool used for destruction. Comey is a snake in the grass who needs to resign or be impeached immediately.

  • CCblogging

    Comey is another cog in the Clinton Crime Syndicate. Comey belongs behind bars in a federal pen. All the FBI heads should be fired, investigated and prosecuted. First, we have got to get new blood in DC. Trump 2016

  • Sophie Maele

    Comey will not resign. His job to is take one for the team – the Globalist/Obama/Clinton team. He will remain as director until Obama is gone and, if Hillary is elected, maybe longer. He’s a good slave to his masters.

  • dicyo mouth

    And if he did resign, what difference
    at this point does it make?
    You stupid f -cks.

  • Fester N Boyle

    The Republicans need to form a committee and investigate this for a couple of years. Until the public has moved on to enough other scandals to forget about it.

    Laws for some and not for others. 10’s of 1000’s of laws, rules, and regulations written by unelected bureaucrats for the commoners. Have a banana and enjoy the dictatorship, it didn’t occur overnight.

    Everytime someone muttered “there oughta be a law”, they got one, and 10 more to fix the bad parts of it. Then went back to their TVs. There’s plenty of food and most the people are fat, dumb, and happy with their sportsball or whatever distraction they are mesmerized by. Comey’s continued employment is a symptom. The US people are responsible for the leaders they choose and deserve the govt. they have.

  • Steve

    The fbi has lost any credibility it had for accounting of itself. It is a leftist surrogate at this point.