July 25, 2008, - 2:46 pm

Happy Un-Birthday, FBI: PC, Pan-Islamist Law Enforcement agency Turns 100

By Debbie Schlussel
Today is the 100th birthday of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). But there’s nothing to celebrate, and that’s probably why there’s not a lot of fanfare.
The FBI is the most over-rated law enforcement agency on the planet. With a giant PR budget and a ton of TV shows that make these G-Men look like they actually know what they’re doing, the agency is in actuality a bloated bureaucracy, filled with political correctness fanatics, who usually do their pandering to criminals over a falafel and shawarmeh meal.
With a ton of Muslim terrorist atop the FBI most wanted list, the agency has taken to feting their most extremist supporters on our soil and trying to squelch Americans who use their rights to try to expose the Muslims on our soil.
Say what you want about J. Edgar Hoover, but as I’ve repeatedly said on this site, I much prefer his lingerie and dresses to the hijabs, keffiyehs, and burqas the guys now running the agency seem to prefer.

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You’d never have seen Hoover eating a cannoli with Al Capone at “Carmine’s” or sending memos to agents telling them that the phrase “Cosa Nostra” is no longer to be included in agents’ vernacular.
But, today, this century-old agency whose main mission is appeasing the Islamist enemy–not investigating and catching criminals–is doing all of those things with extremist Muslims who are consulted on their every move.
Imagine top FBI brass under Hoover holding brainstorming sessions with the Gambino, Lucchese, and Genovese families on how to better kowtow to organized crime and let them know that we’re nice.
Again, happenin’ today between top FBI brass and top Muslim terrorist-supporting brass.
Unhappy 100th b-day, FBI. Let’s hope your agency doesn’t last another century. Time to be replaced.
Exit Question: Was the birthday cake halal?
Famous But Incompetent. Fond of Butt-kissing Islamists.

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7 Responses

where should i send my birthday card to j edgar and his buddy clyde

PNAMARBLE on July 25, 2008 at 3:11 pm

This article on the FBI website for those interested in getting a job there says it all about how low they have sunk:
http://www.fbijobs.gov/043.asp
FBI: Existing to protect terrorists’ “civil rights” from Americans.

Gabe on July 25, 2008 at 5:37 pm

I have used Homeland Security’s tip form on numerous occasions; nothing came out of it. In the sixties and seventies, the FBI co-operated with a TV series, “FBI” starring Franco-American actor, Efraim Zimbalist. JE Hoover heaped praise on it at every opportunity.
Off topic: someone posted a background paper on the IAF attack on the Syrian reactor. There is almost a thousand pages of documents, including Congressional speeches and testimony, and pictorial evidence. Worth downloading:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3197008/The-Israeli-strike-in-Syria?ga_related_doc=1

supercargo on July 25, 2008 at 11:11 pm

I have never met one FBI Agent who I did not, within minutes of meeting him, think was an arrogant, self-centered bastard who would kick you off your OWN CASE just as fast as he could so long as it serviced their attention-craving needs. I dunno what they put in the water in Quantico, but it sure aint salt-peter; those animals would screw you in a second. Then, they’d put an FBI ball cap on your head out of habit.

CapitalistPig on July 26, 2008 at 3:05 am

The FBI was ALWAYS incompetent…remember Capone got busted on taxes???
And the Unabomber??? IF his brother didn’t turn him in he’d STILL be out there!!!!
Maybe they should turn the whole bureau over to the NYPD…THEY know how to catch terrorists :)
[ER: RIGHT ON! ALL POINTS (BUT FOR THE UNABOMBER ONE, WHICH IS TRUE) THAT I HAVE MADE ON THIS SITE. BUT IT WAS FAR BETTER UNDER HOOVER THAN THE STRING OF BOZOS WHO'VE FOLLOWED. DS]

EminemsRevenge on July 26, 2008 at 1:26 pm

Their website’s history section is not really much to gloat about. It shows that they have only a small capacity to handle such things as the Weather Underground after Hoover’s administration.
Hoover did want to pursue mobsters, gangsters, and 5th columnists. After Hoover they seems to be more like consultants and a lab-for-hire. These were the guys who faced off with Dillinger and “Baby Face” Nelson, but a few decades later they couldn’t handle the likes of Ayers and Dorhn?

bhparkman on July 27, 2008 at 10:43 pm

PNAMARBLE, reading the piece at the link you gave almost caused me to lose my lunch. That is bloody scary. If push comes to shove, is that SA a Muslim first or an FBI SA first?
Debbie, I’ve heard all the rumors about Hoover and don’t believe them. But even if they where true the FBI has not been the same since he passed away. I have an uncle that was an FBI Special Agent (Uncle Ray – who taught me how to shoot everything up to an including a Thompson) but he left when Webster took over. The FBI has suffered under this string of former Federal Judges we’ve had as Directors. The last time I had contact with the FBI (it was work-related) the SA was a complete asshole – I finally got so fed up I told him exactly what I thought of him and told him that I thought that if Hoover where still alive he’d not only fire him but pistol-whip him for being such a jerk. The look on his face was priceless.
BTW, a little sidebar a lot of people do not know. In early 1942 Pres. Roosevelt ordered the roundup of all Japanese nationals AND U.S. citizens of Japanese decent on the west coast for “relocation”. The ONLY Washington insider that had the balls to stand up to FDR and tell him what he was doing was not only wrong and racist but unconstitutional (at least in regard to U.S. citizens) was J. Edgar Hoover. Yes, once the EO was signed he did have the FBI follow the President’s directive. You can argue that maybe he should have resigned rather than carrying out the order, but at least he did have the courage to tell FDR what he thought.

BillBowen on July 28, 2008 at 5:27 pm

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