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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Shocking Admission By FBI Veteran Shows Why The FBI Shouldn't Exist

On the 18th of November, 1964, the FBI’s appallingly corrupt boss J. Edgar Hoover denounced Martin Luther King Jr. as “the most notorious liar in the country.” A few days later, a Hoover deputy named William Sullivan wrote King a letter posing as a disillusioned follower and using powerful, manipulative language to urge the civil rights leader to commit suicide before evidence of his extramarital affair became public. Enclosed was an FBI recording containing evidence of the affair.

Whenever America celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day we should remind ourselves that it is a known, undisputed fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation engineered a psyop to manipulate one of the world’s greatest minds into committing suicide. It is also worth reviewing the compelling argument for the case that the FBI was behind King’s assassination as well.

Hoover, who headed the FBI for decades, obsessively despised King on a deeply personal level. He kept files on the civil rights leader in which he’d scribble hateful comments on memos he received about King, apparently for no purpose other than his own gratification and catharsis. On a memo about King receiving the St. Francis peace medal from the Catholic Church, he wrote “This is disgusting.” On the news of King’s meeting with the pope, he scribbled, “I am amazed that the Pope gave an audience to such a degenerate.”

FBI headquarters still wears the name of this childish pig, a brazen admission by the Bureau that it remains very much the same institution which tried to end Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, the same institution which assassinatedBlack Panthers leader Fred Hampton, the same institution which for years ran the unconstitutional COINTELPRO campaign to infiltrate and sabotage dissident political groups, and which has continued to infiltrate dissident political groups, including Black civil rights groups, to this very day.

We received yet another reminder of the FBI’s true face the other day in an interview with its former Deputy Assistant Director Terry Turchie on Fox’s Tucker Carlson Tonight. In a passing tangent largely unrelated to the rest of the interview, Turchie made the following shocking statement in relation to the ongoing Russiagate saga:

“And I think we can expect more of this, because quite honestly the electorate in some places is putting more and more progressives and self-described socialists in positions. And ironically, years ago, when I first got into the FBI, one of the missions of the FBI in its counterintelligence efforts was to try and keep these people out of government. Why? Because we would end up with massive dysfunction and massive disinformation and massive misinformation, and it seems to me that’s where we’re at today.”




Anonymous said...

Hoover, like Comey, demands more respect!!!

Anonymous said...

What Hoover did was wrong. But he was correct in denouncing King as a liar. King academic record was rife with plagiarism, so much so that his doctoral dissertation upon review by Boston University was found to require a notation that large portions of it had been lifted from a previous student and other contributors. In addition it was found to require notation stating that plagiarism was found to be a marked a repeated problem throughout the entirety academic endeavor. Furthermore even ideas found in his famous " I Have a Dream" speech were " Borrowed " from others. When I found these things out I was flattened. Perhaps I held him to high. It's hard to take when your heroes are laid low and you must except the all to human nature of us all. I am no better but for a lack of a more eloquent expression " That sucks ".

Anonymous said...

They can demand all they want but they are were no better than the people they sought as criminals. Both disgusting.

Anonymous said...

I as a teenager then felt that to much credit was given to MLK just because he had a dream. We all have dreams. As a coal miners daughter my dreams were for a job that would provide me with money to buy what others had. Didn't understand totally MLK dream. As the years went by it seemed that our country was honoring a group of Blacks because MLK had a dream.

Anonymous said...

hoover & comey both crooked P'sOS