The World According To Bob

Bob Allen is a philosopher and cyber libertarian. He advocates for the basic human rights of men. Bob has learned to cut through the political nonsense, the propaganda hate, the surface discourse, and talk about the underlying metamessage that the front is hiding. Bob tells it like it is and lets the chips fall where they may. If you like what you read be sure to bookmark this blog and share it with your friends.

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You can't make wrong into right by doing wrong more effectively. It's time for real MEN to stand up and take back our families, our society, and our self respect. It is not a crime to be born a man. It is not a crime to act manly.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Typical FBI Crime

In 1965 the FBI murdered Edward ``Teddy'' Deegan, and framed two innocent men for their murder, Mr Joseph Salvati and Peter J. Limone. The FBI knew in advance and approved of the murder to be committed by their “informants.” In a callous criminal act the FBI and the other criminals in our government arrested two innocent men off the street, submitted false “evidence,” and the evil agent of Satan in black robes of hell sentenced both men to death. They both would have died in prison but the US Supreme Court suspended death penalty convictions in 1967. The two men spent more than 30 years in the government’s hellhole prisons. Their lives were destroyed. Their families and children suffered decades without their husbands and fathers. All the while the FBI knew that their criminal conspiracy had ruined the lives of ordinary citizens. If you are tempted to think that you don’t have to worry about the FBI if you don’t commit a crime, think again.

Read story here

MSNBC only cares for the wives of the men whose lives were destroyed

The FBI crimes were uncovered during a congressional hearing into FBI use of informants. The framed men were finally released from prison and now a federal Judge has awarded them $104,000,000 for their 30 years of suffering. One congressman has written an apology to the falsely convicted men. Finally out of prison the men age are late 60s and 70s. They missed their children growing up. The financial settlement will help in their last few years but nothing can restore the normal lives they missed nor take away the 30 years they spent in hell. Even with these two men released finally, their story is only the tip of an iceberg of decades of FBI crime. Framing innocent men, robbery, money laundring, and even murder, the FBI is Public Enemy Number One in America.


The case of Salvati and Limone is a tragic example of the criminal conspiracy called FBI. For many decades these violent criminals have left a swath of death and destruction across America. They are the criminal organization originally made famous by assignation murders of suspected criminals such as Dillinger without trial or legal process. They are the criminal organization willing to use WMD poison gas to kill a whole village of men, women, and children. The FBI is an organized crime syndicate which has destroyed hundreds of thousands of ordinary men, women, and children across our land. Where are criminal prosecutions of crimninal FBI officials and agents?

Richard Jewell died this week. While working as a security guard in Atlanta he discovered a bomb in a backpack, reported it, and assisted in evacuating the area before the bomb exploded. The criminal FBI accused Jewell of planting the bomb instead of doing real detective work for which they are paid billions of taxpayer dollars. They ruined Jewell's life, and never did find the real bomber. Criminal malfeasance of their duties, once again destroying an innocent man, and even the man who was the hero for saving dozens of deaths and injuries. It was criminal malfeasance to cover up their usual total incompetence. The FBI should be dismantled, defunded, and the criminal agents sent to their own hellhole prisons.


Blogger Tanstaafl said...

*cough* Ruby Ridge *cough*

August 28, 2007 10:02 PM  
Anonymous C said...

and of course the genocide at Sand point, idaho and Waco, Texas

September 01, 2007 9:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...and the pertinent, misplaced FBI documents "found" a week or so before McVeigh's original execution date.

September 10, 2007 4:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

McVeigh was a cold-blooded murderer who deserved to die.

September 14, 2007 3:36 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

Note to anonymous (September 14, 2007 3:36 PM)
You write like a government pig. McVeigh was avenging the mass murders by the cold-blooed FBI who used internationally banned WMD poison gas to make war on and murder dozens of American men, women, and children. McVeigh attacked the FBI office where the mass murders (and their children) lived. The only two nations that have done mass murder of their own citizens with poison gas in recent memory are Iraq under Saddam Hussein, and the US-FBI under Clinton-Reno. If anyone "deserved to die" it was the cold blooded criminal assasins of the FBI.

McVeigh was doing honorable revenge of the gassed and murdered men, women, and dozens of children. It was very richly deserved by the FBI.

September 14, 2007 4:55 PM  
Blogger MikeeUSA said...

anti freedom of speech legal shit:

" First of all, no one takes the literal command "no" to mean no. Justice Hugo Black (1937-1971) was the last one to believe that "Congress shall make no law" means Congress shall make no law. Such an absolutist interpretation of the First Amendment leaves no restrictions on obscenity, libel, or slander. More predominant interpretations look at speech as distinct from speech plus (speech plus other conduct, commonly called demonstration or protest), conduct, or the effects of speech. Congress has every right in the world to control these things. It's also possible to draw upon the social contract theories of the founding fathers to understand that the First Amendment was intended to serve several important social functions:

(1) educational function (to advance knowledge and potential for self-fulfillment)
(2) safety valve function (to speak openly without fear of government reprisal)
(3) truth-seeking function (to determine truth thru debate and adversity)
(4) social obligation function (to learn what is important to say)

These social functions point out that the First Amendment is about protecting the public good rather than individual freedom. Freedom of speech in America has NEVER been absolute. Ever since The Alien and Sedition Act of 1798, there have been a number of laws restricting scandalous, malicious, inflammatory or false utterances, particularly any attempting to defame or bring down the government, or help its enemies. Many First Amendment cases have dealt with the banning of Communist or Socialist expression (outside of the protected classroom context), but they have had wider implications by establishing various tests for all kinds of speech, as follows."

Sounds like it was written by a bitch by the hyperbolic content.


September 18, 2007 2:48 PM  
Blogger MikeeUSA said...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Video of police Tasering a persistent questioner of Sen. John Kerry became an Internet and TV sensation Tuesday, generating fierce debate about free speech and the motives of the college student involved — a known prankster who often posts practical jokes online.

Notice how one of the attacking campus police officers is a female.

Too bad the student didn't pull out a deadly weapon with which to defend himself.

Repeal the 19th ammendment.

September 18, 2007 9:35 PM  

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