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The evolution of the FBI and CIA from intelligence gathering agencies into worldwide secret cabals accountable to no one.

A recent article in Infowars.com reports that FBI emails subpoenaed by a House Judiciary Committee hearing show a collusion between high officials within the FBI to prepare a contingency plan should Donald Trump win the 2016 Presidential elections.

Quote, “I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office — that there’s no way [Trump] gets elected — but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk,” Strzok wrote to his mistress, adding, “It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”

The message was dated August 15, 2016 and the “Andy” referred to in the message could only have been Deputy FBI Director Andy McCabe, who was almost certainly party to the conversation given that it took place in his office. Strzok is the subject of controversy due to his anti-Trump biases as well as having served as a key agent for Special Prosecutor Mueller who is increasingly being accused as a former Clinton loyalist who should resign as Special Prosecutor.

There is nowhere to hide, no where to feel safe.

It is evident that the FBI has over the years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy, has steered a path that has politicized its operations in favor of neoconservatives within the circle of power in Washington D.C. No longer does it advise the President of the United States it now seeks to influence if not dictate to the legislative and executive branches of government.

Not let’s take a look at the FBI’s counterpart, the CIA.

During and after WWII, the United States realized that in order to stay abreast and ahead of any threats to the national security, an effective intelligence component was needed that would appraise the president of potential threats.

As WWII progressed Germany and Japan were able to demonstrate a superior ability to communicate via coded and encrypted means causing the Truman Administration to reconsider the scope and size of intelligence gathering. The end result was the CIA. This agency was created under the National Security Act of 1947, which President Truman signed on July 26, 1947.

The CIA officially came into existence on September 18 that same year. President Truman appointed the Deputy Director of CIG, Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter as the first Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. One third of the CIA’s personnel were Office of Strategic Services (OSS) veterans. Two years later, President Truman signed the Central Intelligence Agency Act, which authorized CIA to secretly fund intelligence operations and conduct personnel actions outside of standard US Government procedures.

Thus began the creation of the “beast” or “Kraken” referencing the uncontrollable monster released by the god Zeus in the movie, “The Clash of the Titans.” Toward the end of the his life, Truman was quoted as saying, “I think it was a mistake. And if I’d known what was going to happen, I would never have done it.”

Consider this excerpt from the Mises Institute based in Austria.

But even if Truman’s homespun honesty and common man persona sometime wore thin, he deserves enormous credit for the startling admission that he regretted creating the CIA.

Speaking to a biographer in the 1960s, less than 20 years after signing the National Security Act of 1947, Truman expressed a sense of foreboding about what the agency had become, and would become:

Merle Miller: Mr. President, I know that you were responsible as President for setting up the CIA. How do you feel about it now?

Truman: I think it was a mistake. And if I’d know what was going to happen, I never would have done it.

This is decidedly not the kind of thing ex-presidents usually say. We won’t expect George W. Bush to announce his regrets over invading Iraq anytime soon.

But Truman’s instincts were right, even if he couldn’t have imagined what the CIA and the entire Deep State nexus would become. In Truman’s era, spying and subterfuge were physical endeavors, involving skilled agents and analog technology. Today the covert arts don’t require James Bond, but instead a trained technician who can pull information from a server farm.

The creation of intelligent robots able to make independent decisions about life and death

America, as is the rest of the world, at risk of losing it freedom and privacy via powerful intelligence agencies, i.e., FBI, CIA and NSA, The technology that has runs the world’s spy agencies (Mossad, MI6, etc.) is so sophisticated that we are at the brink of creating an Artificial Intelligence community that can out-think us, target us for termination anywhere in the world, and run our lives much more completely than a big brother in an Orwellian society.

Least you think human looking killer robots are still within the realm of science fiction take a look at this video of a San Mateo law maker who recently proposed legislation to ban the development of robots and drones that have autonomous or independent choice in the selection of targets for termination.

Below is a video of “Sophie,” an artificially intelligent robot that you would have difficulty differentiating from a real human unless you were specifically looking for the differences.

The world as depicted in the movie series, Terminator, does not seen too fantastical to believe anymore.

If you can hear this message, you are part of the resistance.

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