FBI Culture - Weak by Comparison
by Phil Vasile on March 21, 2018 at 10:51 AM
Obviously everyone in this country should be aware of the FBI’s failure to function in a lawful way recently. McCabe being fired is only the most recent casualty of the FBI. But is this as a result of only a few ‘bad apples’ in the bunch? I think not.
Let’s compare the FBI to a large police organization in the U.S., say the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD). They employ over 8000 sworn officers. Although smaller than the FBI, they represent law enforcement at its best. And having been employed by the LASD, I am familiar with what it takes to get into that organization and what it takes to gain rank. Here are the requirements in brief.
An applicant must complete a 20 page application documenting the addresses of where they lived for the past 20 years. Then they are given a written and oral test by supervisors and measured on their responses. Once a sufficient number of passing applicants are collected, they are compared and only the highest scoring are considered for further testing.
After being initially approved for processing, they must pass rigorous physical tests as well as psychological testing to insure they are physically and mentally fit for duty. If the applicant passes all of these tests, their background investigation is started (which is veryextensive and expensive). Often their backgrounds are finished while in the police academy which is typically six months. (Something as minor as being in debt and/or demonstrating irresponsibility with money will disqualify the applicant.)
After completing the academy, the recruit is normally sent to the county jail for one to three years to manage criminals and to pre-acclimate the recruits to the streets and the people they will be facing — often alone. When they are ultimately transferred to a patrol station they are put on field training with a field training officer for at least six months and are on probation for their first year and a half. A minor infraction will get them dismissed.
To be promoted to sergeant typically requires a minimum of five years field experience and must pass a written and oral test. Only the highest scoring applicants will be promoted. To make lieutenant is another year or two minimum to even be considered. High ranking positions require many years of experience not only in law enforcement, but in administrative expertise.
What’s your point, you ask?
To gain a position of significant authority in the FBI is less than that required in the LASD. Doesn’t it sound odd for the premier law enforcement agency in this country — the agency that protects us from terrorists and extremely dangerous criminals — has fewer stringent requirements than that of a local police department?
John Guandolo is a retired FBI agent who worked the field for decades. John wrote the first Islamist counter-terrorism training manual for the FBI before he retired. (Which was ultimately discarded due to infiltration of the FBI by Islamist organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood.) In an article he recently wrote (you are recommended to read), he stated:
- In approximately 2007, the FBI brought in a major consulting firm to evaluate its promotion system. The gentleman overseeing the assessment told the FBI that if he were to create the worst possible promotion system – it is the one the FBI was using at the time.
- Think about this – FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe had to wait to retire because he had too few years in the FBI. Yet, he was the Deputy Director. Many agents with 3 years, or even less time actually investigating cases, become Supervisors at FBI Headquarters. Once they get on the management track, they stay there. Many FBI managers have little investigative experience, which has a catastrophic impact on major cases as these people rise up the ranks.
Is it a surprise that the FBI has become so inept and politically motivated during investigations and their day-to-day operations? Yet, here we are seeing the leadership of the FBI being fired for criminal activity! And at the very least they have been shown as incompetent on more than one occasion. How could this happen?
Interestingly, the 35th goal of the communist party can answer that question. (The communist goals to help destroy America were documented in Congress in 1963. (Note: The Government Publication Office only has records digitized back to 1990. Prior information must be obtained from microfiche at your local Law School Library.) The 35th goal states:
“Discredit and eventually dismantle the FBI.”
So how do you think the communists are doing so far? Is it just coincidence that we’re experiencing this phenomena in the FBI? Or is it intentional? How much evidence does the American public need before they believe this is not just happenstance, but extremely well planned sabotage of our country.
America must start learning the truth or we are destined to live in tyranny for decades to come. The foundation is being laid out now. Americans must wake up because we’re very close to losing all of our freedoms — in total. Sounds extreme? Wait another few months and see what else you’re going to lose. They’re not done yet…