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Thursday, January 19, 2017

Evil at the FBI

Their evil, racist past-- how much has changed?
... FBI agents were directed to spy on King’s personal life and professional life and disrupt both. Ultimately, the FBI, over the course of more than a decade, collected hundreds of pages of surveillance on King, hours of secret recordings, and a trove of his public work—writings, and speeches alike. It even attempted to tarnish his reputation months after he was assassinated.
Under Hoover’s direction, in the months after the 1963 March on Washington and King’s most famous speech, FBI Assistant Director William Sullivan, head of the Intelligence Division, reported to Hoover that effective exploitation of the information gathered on King, “if handled properly, [could] take him off his pedestal… the Negroes will be left without a national leader of sufficiently compelling personality to steer them in the proper direction.”
King was not alone. Every major advocate for black people in the country had been targeted by the Bureau. In fact, there was little differentiation between ideological lines and black leadership. In a meeting with Lyndon B. Johnson, Hoover said in reference to black nationalist Malcolm X and integrationist King, “we wouldn’t have any problem if we could get those two guys fighting, if we could get them to kill one another off…”
The campaign against King is best understood as a continuum of government policies that pre-date King by decades. The FBI had been, like other American institutions, inextricably tied to the ideology of white supremacy. In the 1930s, everything from the military to restaurants officially discriminated nationwide. Challenges to that archaic and endemic belief were almost always considered subversive. The predecessor to the FBI, the Bureau of Investigation (BOI), targeted the Universal Negro Improvement Association and its leader Marcus Garvey. It also spied on Garvey’s ideological antagonist, W.E.B. Du Bois, as well as the NAACP.
Hoover’s behavior is often viewed as paranoid and even exceptional, but he operated with the full sanction of the wider state. During the civil rights movement, three U.S. presidents: John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Richard Nixon all supported Hoover’s efforts which were codified to “disrupt, misdirect, discredit, and neutralize” targeted organizations. This would be achieved through various and sundry tools, including illegal activities. COINTELPRO used informants, agent provocateurs, infiltrators, legal and illegal wiretaps, break-ins, false correspondence, and “bad-jacketing,” which was the act of making a legitimate member of a group appear to be a collaborator with the state.
Psychological warfare included calling the parents of young civil rights activists to inform them that their children had been murdered or kidnapped. FBI agents worked with journalists to plant stories in order to discredit leadership and organizations. Across the country, the Bureau collaborated with local police to repress targeted groups. Sharing resources and intelligence, activists were arrested, fired from jobs, expelled from schools and lost business contracts.
COINTELPRO even used switchboard operators and postal workers to spy on citizens, with or without court order. Though there was a special interest in civil rights groups, the FBI used its extensive resources to spy on and antagonize a wide range of communities. The Bureau established categories for various targets, which included everything from the anti-war and women’s liberation movements, to socialists, black nationalists, student groups, journalists, intellectuals, non-violent integrations and revolutionary nationalists. They were separated into the “Agitator Index,” the “Rabble Rouser Index,” and the “Security Index.”


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Memphis police officer Frank Strausser may have shot Dr. King, and Jesse Jackson may have been and/or still is an FBI informant - just as Ronald Reagan and Lee HARVEY Oswald were - but we can all be thankful that now that Trump is president, the future looks brighter than ever, and the bad old days of FBI criminality are coming to an end.

2:23 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Righttt.... it's really sad how many conspiracy minded people have so much faith in Trump, when there's every indication he's a psychopath on a massive scale. He's going to clean up the FBI! What a joke.

3:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you saying that there's a conspiracy between Trump & FBI to do nothing about FBI operating as a RICO? To finally nail Hillary & her Foundation?

6:15 PM  
Blogger the mighty wak said...

hey spooked, i don't have any faith in trump other than he will betray his true colors soon enough. my beef was with soros backed and CNN promoted hillary.
NWO globalist soros hates trump and CNN loved hillary.
trump was the anti-hillary. his words look good om paper. that's where i stand.

anyway, FBI. here is a classic example of the venerated FBI at work:


""This was almost the exact same scenario as what took place in the United States in what became known as the Franklin child sex ring coverup. Once the FBI took over the investigation from state authorities, it turned into a witch hunt to persecute the child victims – going so far as to charge them with perjury in a successful attempt to scare the other 70+ victims to recant their testimony regarding the child sex ring.""

Once the FBI took over the investigation from state authorities, it turned into a witch hunt to persecute the child victims

12:20 PM  
Blogger the mighty wak said...

SIBEL EDMUNDS - former FBI whistleblower. now she is the very most gagged person in U.S. history.
i think maybe she might be a good guy.

12:32 PM  
Blogger the mighty wak said...

oh ya, 1/3 of hillary's campaign was financed by the saudis.
human rights, we don't need no stinkin' human rights!

4:03 PM  

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