| incompetence in fbi/cia responsible for 911|
|15 Jul 2004 @ 12:16, by Geral W. Sosbee|
I recently contacted the U.S. Commission on 911 and I attempted to report gross abuse of power by the fbi/cia in foreign intelligence matters ; I wanted to point out that such transgressions involved *blackmail and extortion by the fbi/cia against foreign governments and officials who fail to recognize the superiority of the fbi/cia in the NWO. This type of corruption by the fbi/cia must be addressed in order to prevent another attack on the U.S. because foreign countries may begin to play the same game on US that we use on them in regards to sharing intelligence.
The Commission ignored my two e-mails on this subject. I must therefore conclude that the Commission attempts to conceal from the world certain intelligence data that could compromise intelligence sources and methodology even though the fbi and the cia engage in commodity-type trading of such information in international political negotiations/operations in a manner not necessarily in the best interests of presumed friendly nations. Specifically, for example, the fbi will withhold intelligence data that a foreign country needs to prevent a terrorist attack on that foreign nation, unless that country (or foreign official) fully cooperates with the fbi and the cia in covert operations design to kill or to imprison given Targets, or to overthrow a given government.Indeed in some instances as history shows the terrorists in some attacks had cia tacit approval for attacks on certain targets.
An appauling example of a different type fbi/cia incompetence and corrupt practices regarding intelligence sharing occurred in the Phillipines prior to 911. The Phillipino government (and top law enforcement officials in Manila) advised the fbi and the cia prior to 911 that a number of the terrorists who were later confirmed as involved in the 911 attack on the U.S. were in the Phillipines, possibly training there, and were en route to the U.S. The fbi and the cia ignored this data because the names , albeit associated with known terrorist groups, were Saudi Arabian, and that nation enjoys a cozy relationship with the fbi/cia in terms of sharing intelligence data; presumably the fbi and the cia take no action (until now) against suspect foreign nationals of Saudi Arabia because such characters may in fact be assassins for the Saudi government. In other words the fbi and the cia protect the assassins of friendly nations.
In this regard ,the police officials in Manilla hold deep resentment for the fbi and the cia for their heavy-handed controls over the Phillipino government and these officials are at the same time afraid to report fbi/cia trangressions/incompetence to the U.S. Congress for fear of retaliation by the fbi/cia who could easily withhold the names of potential assassins bent on killing Phillipino officials.
Another common method of fbi/cia retaliation against a foreign government official is for the fbi and the cia to not share vital intelligence data with a sometimes friendly foreign government in order to allow a terrorist attack on that government when intelligence tactics dictate the need for such back-stabbing. This , of course, causes serious political repercussions, especially as some foreign officials now recognize that the fbi and the cia lied to the U.S. Congress about the causes for U.S. invasion of Iraq (as well as other skirmishes around the world) and at the same time the U.S. expects friendly nations to send troops to die for our (U.S.)inhumane goals there.geral sosbee
*The fbi publishes the following fraudulent public notice at its unofficial site shown below:
"The F.B.I. Bureau investigates Murders, Extortion, Kidnapping, Antiterrorism, Theft of Auto & Banks. Of course the F.B.I does a whole lot more, but to say it simply we protect The United States of America."
See Also Article Entitled And Dated As Follows:
The Responsibility For The Collapse Of The USA
[Category: News] 23 May 2008
"The Responsibility For The Collapse Of The Constitutional
Government of The United States of America ".
Sosbee adds: The fbi states , "WE protect the United States of America"; such an assertion is a total lie; in reality the fbi and the cia have destroyed the USA as a Constitutional Democracy.
15 Jul 2004 @ 17:39 by sharie : other fbi/cia mysteries
18 Jul 2004 @ 04:00 by : Ah yes...
the Commission. "Sins of Omission and of Commission." When has DSI/N ever been a bad thing? Glad, at least, that you wrote the traitors a letter or two, Geral, but I seriously doubt that they even read them. Rheinhardt would be proud. Oh then there is 'Interpol.' ;)
Deep black is deep black and Delta is'nt just a door. Glad to see you are still hanging in there Geral. I know it's tough. But when the going gets rough the rough get going! Rockne was it?
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