The FBI like many branches of the United States government has been infiltrated by foreign interests tied to the Kehilla, the Mossad, and generally rootless cosmopolitan international oligarchs.

Appointed by Attorney General Harlan Fiske Stone, J. Edgar Hoover became the Director of the Bureau of Investigation in 1924. Hoover assumed command of an agency that had close to 700 employees, 450 of them Special Agents. Taking on complaints of corruption within the agency he led, Hoover tightened requirements for his agents, established tough rules for new hires, and began the process of revolutionizing law enforcement with the addition of fingerprint and forensic laboratory services to the Bureau’s operations. By 1935, the Bureau of Investigation had become the Federal Bureau of Investigation-the FBI.


What Happened to the FBI? — In Their Own Words