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The FBI is Corrupt

EatTheRich

President
The FBI has for some time been globalist-communist and has piled woke on top of that. The FBI is a joke that good citizens should just walk away from unless they have absolutely no other choice; like their child has been kidnapped or something. I wonder if like the military the FBI is having a hard time recruiting these days outside of "pride" cirlces.
The FBI continues to be ultra conservative as every capitalist police force in history has always been. Your beef with them stems from your support of criminals.
 

God of War

Lets go Brandon!
The FBI continues to be ultra conservative as every capitalist police force in history has always been. Your beef with them stems from your support of criminals.
Come on! What kind of self-respecting communist are you? You should be waxing poetic about how bad the FBI is. ha ha

You're no commie. You're a book reader revolutionary at best.
 

middleview

President
Supporting Member
Lying to FISA courts is SOP for the FBI. It wasn’t because they were out to get Trump. In fact they were known as “Trump country” because they were, almost to a man, in the bag for him. Now it’s true that a few wanted an “insurance policy” to protect constitutional government if he tried to establish himself as dictator once elected.
What lie did the FBI tell the FISA court?
 

middleview

President
Supporting Member
The FBI has for some time been globalist-communist and has piled woke on top of that. The FBI is a joke that good citizens should just walk away from unless they have absolutely no other choice; like their child has been kidnapped or something. I wonder if like the military the FBI is having a hard time recruiting these days outside of "pride" cirlces.
You guys and your silly tactic of attaching meaningless or insulting labels is pretty useless.

What policy of the FBI can be called related to communism? How about globalism?
Be specific.
 

God of War

Lets go Brandon!
You guys and your silly tactic of attaching meaningless or insulting labels is pretty useless.

What policy of the FBI can be called related to communism? How about globalism?
Be specific.
They are globalist because they believe they are entitled to global jurisdiction. Whether investigating blown embassies in Africa, barracks in S.A. or rendering Russian nationals in Africa to the U.S. for trial and incarceration.

They are globalist-communist when they have ass-hat clowns like Comey and his ilk in the upper echelons running the show at the behest and on behalf of such globalist-communist luminaries as Hillary et al.
 

middleview

President
Supporting Member
They are globalist because they believe they are entitled to global jurisdiction. Whether investigating blown embassies in Africa, barracks in S.A. or rendering Russian nationals in Africa to the U.S. for trial and incarceration.

They are globalist-communist when they have ass-hat clowns like Comey and his ilk in the upper echelons running the show at the behest and on behalf of such globalist-communist luminaries as Hillary et al.
Perfectly idiotic attempt at making the case.

1. Crimes are committed else where in the world that actually have impact in the US...and we operate in other countries with permission of those countries to enforce US laws....not the laws of other countries.
2. The FBI, when requested, may help with investigations related to terrorist crimes in other countries. They do not claim jurisdiction.

Then there is the nonsense about communists...
3. You don't like Comey, so that proves he's a communist? Well...no.
 

God of War

Lets go Brandon!
Perfectly idiotic attempt at making the case.

1. Crimes are committed else where in the world that actually have impact in the US...and we operate in other countries with permission of those countries to enforce US laws....not the laws of other countries.
2. The FBI, when requested, may help with investigations related to terrorist crimes in other countries. They do not claim jurisdiction.

Then there is the nonsense about communists...
3. You don't like Comey, so that proves he's a communist? Well...no.
You think you've made valid points and you really haven't. Next you'll prance around like the self-declared champine you think you are. ha ha
 

middleview

President
Supporting Member
You think you've made valid points and you really haven't. Next you'll prance around like the self-declared champine you think you are. ha ha
Your statement that the points made were not valid makes me certain they are....you offered no reason to make that claim and your opinion isn't worth spit.
 

God of War

Lets go Brandon!
You have nothing else to add that isn't a lie.

See if you can work out the globalist-communist nature of the U.S. government, middleview.


Let me know what you think of the globalist-communist outreach for Julian Assange. What crime did Assange actually commit within the U.S. to be extradited to the U.S?
 
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middleview

President
Supporting Member
See if you can work out the globalist-communist nature of the U.S. government, middleview.


Let me know what you think of the globalist-communist outreach for Julianne Assange. What crime did Assange actually commit within the U.S. to be extradited to the U.S?
Julian Assange is another step closer to trial in the U.S., where he faces 18 federal counts related to his publishing classified diplomatic cables and sensitive military reports from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

U.K. authorities arrested Assange in April of 2019, as the U.S. unsealed an indictment accusing him of a criminal conspiracy resulting in "one of the largest compromises of classified information in the history of the United States."


Yarochnko was convicted because he was part of a plot to bring cocaine into the US.
 

God of War

Lets go Brandon!
Julian Assange is another step closer to trial in the U.S., where he faces 18 federal counts related to his publishing classified diplomatic cables and sensitive military reports from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

U.K. authorities arrested Assange in April of 2019, as the U.S. unsealed an indictment accusing him of a criminal conspiracy resulting in "one of the largest compromises of classified information in the history of the United States."

middleview indeed.

Assange didn't commit a crime within the territorial jurisdiction of the U.S. nor is he a U.S. citizen who is "subject to the jurisdiction thereof" (does that quote sound familiar to you regarding who is a natural born citizen?). Ha ha

U.S. laws don't apply to him. He received materials and then published them while outside of the U.S. The globalist-communist ideology of the U.S. government is extraordinary and wholly unacceptable.
 

middleview

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Supporting Member
middleview indeed.

Assange didn't commit a crime within the territorial jurisdiction of the U.S. nor is he a U.S. citizen who is "subject to the jurisdiction thereof" (does that quote sound familiar to you regarding who is a natural born citizen?). Ha ha

U.S. laws don't apply to him. He received materials and then published them while outside of the U.S. The globalist-communist ideology of the U.S. government is extraordinary and wholly unacceptable.
So based on your logic....if someone spies on the US, but does it from another country...the US has no legal recourse.

It is entirely possible to commit a crime against a nation without setting foot in that country. What authority did we have to go after Zawahiri? All he did was plan the deaths of 17 US sailors and bomb two embassies in Africa....right?
 

God of War

Lets go Brandon!
So based on your logic....if someone spies on the US, but does it from another country...the US has no legal recourse.
Of course there is no legal recourse for that. But that isn't even what happened here. Assange, who is NOT A U.S. citizen, received U.S. material and published said material while outside of the U.S. If he hacked a computer while in Sweden that was at Langley then you have a case. He didn't do that. What we have is globalist-communist over reach by the hegemonic U.S. government. As a U.S. citizen I find that disturbing.

It is entirely possible to commit a crime against a nation without setting foot in that country. What authority did we have to go after Zawahiri? All he did was plan the deaths of 17 US sailors and bomb two embassies in Africa....right?
I don't know that we had any authority in terms of law enforcement. We did what we did with our military. We did have legal authority to get al-Alawki as a U.S. citizen while in Yemen but then we just droned him and a few weeks later his 15 year old U.S. citizen son. Proud are you middleview?
 

middleview

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Supporting Member
Of course there is no legal recourse for that. But that isn't even what happened here. Assange, who is NOT A U.S. citizen, received U.S. material and published said material while outside of the U.S. If he hacked a computer while in Sweden that was at Langley then you have a case. He didn't do that. What we have is globalist-communist over reach by the hegemonic U.S. government. As a U.S. citizen I find that disturbing.



I don't know that we had any authority in terms of law enforcement. We did what we did with our military. We did have legal authority to get al-Alawki as a U.S. citizen while in Yemen but then we just droned him and a few weeks later his 15 year old U.S. citizen son. Proud are you middleview?
1. The Assange case will be tried in a US civil court. They will certainly have to prove that his involvement in the theft of those documents was only as the recipient of them. If he conspired with the source to help him extract those documents, therefore making him complicit in the crime...than what say you, counselor?

2. It was the CIA that conducted the strike...not the military. Yes, we droned Awalaki...because he'd participated in a crime attempting to murder the passengers of a plane bound for the US. He was in an area of the world without a functioning legal system. We had no reasonable means of taking him into custody. His son was killed because he was in an SUV with a bunch of Al Qaeda fighters. He should have taken public transportation.

There have been several accounts of Abdulrahman al-Awlaki's death. One is that he was having dinner at some restaurant, another is that he was in an SUV...all say he was with Samir Kahn and five other Al Qaeda fighters.
 
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