Monday, January 2, 2012

FBI 1990s Blackmail Ops Apparently Extended to Newt Gingrich.

Newt Gingrich, Marianne and the Arms Dealer: A Buried FBI Investigation The purpose of the investigation, as near as I can determine, was to get Newt on the hook, but not reel him in. A very useful operation from both the FBI and the Clinton Administration's point of view.


SWIFT said...

In 1976, the Church Committee, named for the late Senator Frank Church of Idaho, exposed COINTELPRO. COINTELPRO was a secret, illegal, FBI operation run by J.Edgar Hoover against ANYONE or group he saw as an enemy. While the Church Committee exposed a mountain of evidence of felonious activity by the FBI; because the FBI engaged in "controlled hang-out", the whole story of the operation was never known. I knew at the time that the sanctions placed on the FBI by the Church Committee and J. Edgar Hoover's promise to end COINTELPRO, were as hollow as a sucked egg. This story, about the FBI's attempt to blackmail Newt Gingrich in the 1990's confirms my sucked egg theory. COINTELLPRO, or whatever name it secretly goes by currently, never died. It is alive and well even as I write this post. The leadership, special agents and even the technicians of the FBI are , demon possessed, sub-human filth! There is absolutely no demonstrable difference between FBI personnel and the personnel of the former STASI of East Germany, except perhaps nationality. (And I'm not real sure about that last!) All that anyone needs to do to see through their criminal ways is: given the FBI's murdering, mass murdering past is to ask yourself what kind of person would join such an agency? Surely no one would consider them of high moral standards. The criminal element is never accused of that.

Armadillo said...

Why dont we know about this if it came out in December. The fact that his then wife says he can't handle money bothers me as much as the bribe. Mike, what would we do without you?

Pat H. said...

I expect the Fibbies have a lot more than an arms deal on Gingrich, a lot more.

Anonymous said...

If there were any evidence (photos, payments, taped conversations, whatever) I think it should come out. So far, all I see are indirect he said, she said, front men using a famous influential man's name to extort money, even though there is/may be NO contact whatsoever between the groups.

My father (rest his soul) told me similar stories between his boss and Idi Amin and interviews with the FiBbIes.

B Woodman