Who Protects Us from Criminals When They’re the Government?

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Feds spend more time covering up own crimes than protecting Americans

By Ralph Forbes

Americans who are dependent on the mainstream media for their news were shocked to learn of the cold-blooded murders and thuggery revealed in the 32-count federal racketeering trial in which “Whitey” Bulger, a Boston mob kingpin linked to at least 19 murders, was convicted after 16 years on the lam. Big media neglected to report the fact that Attorney General Eric Holder’s Department of Justice (DoJ) spent many more millions of dollars covering up the real crimes against the American people than convicting this gangster—and longtime Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) informant. The Bulger trial was neither about cleaning up organized crime nor about rehabilitating the FBI’s image, or even covering up “the corruption of the federal government.” The awful secret is that the federal government is inseparable from organized crime. The middle class is being chewed up between the jaws of the “underworld” and the “over-world” of organized crime.

In 2011 alone, the FBI committed 5,658 crimes, according to USA Today. FBI agents explicitly authorized an average of 15 crimes a day—and closed their eyes to countless more. This is standard operating procedure approved by the DoJ.

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Proof that what used to be our constitutional government has metastasized into a malignant organized kleptocracy is well documented in dusty government archives. Now AFP has exclusively discovered explosive facts buried in the vast archives of files released by WikiLeaks that connect the dots proving the long suspected conspiracy behind the “unrelated” assassinations of JFK, MLK, RFK—and “unknown,” the hero whom the banksters and other criminals conspired to murder because they feared his message was going to save us. Strange as it seems, these four disparate, history-changing assassinated leaders were all victims of the same coalition: international organized crime, Mossad, CIA and the FBI. Strangely, the “forgotten” fourth may prove to be by far the most significant of all—nowthat the “smoking gun” link has been found—after being hidden for years in the secret government files detailing the corrupt, unholy relations between the FBI and the murderous psychopaths of the Bulger mob.

If “everyone” knew, it couldn’t be a conspiracy. The vast majority of FBI agents are patriotic Americans, professionals like the late Ted Gunderson who had such an outstanding record he was next in line to head the FBI—but Jimmy Carter passed him over for William Webster. Gunderson was a supporter of AFP until his death in 2011. Shortly before his death he said: “The FBI has been corrupted. . . . Within our government there are two elements; there is the covert and the overt. . . . The covert operations involve assassinations, burglary, murder, kidnappings, and they are regular criminals. . . .”

One of these covert ops was COINTELPRO, so secret that it was kept hidden from 99.9% of the FBI—because the FBI knew its modus operandi of un-American, unconstitutional dirty tricks was so repugnant that honest agents would revolt against it. Between 1956 and 1971, COINTELPRO waged a war against America, discrediting targets through psychological warfare, smearing individuals and groups using forged documents, planting false reports in the media, harassment, wrongful imprisonment, spying on Americans, illegal violence, terrorism and assassinations—supposedly all for national security, to keep us safe.

Ironically, the “unknown” protagonist prophesied the strange particulars of his own death, including the “erasing” from history—yet in our darkest hour, in spite of all powers of his killers, the truths he declared would rise again and make our ultimate victory inevitable.

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Ralph Forbes is a freelance writer based in Arkansas. He is also a member of AFP’s Southern Bureau.

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