The FBI are Joe Biden’s personal Gestapo.

What makes politics an interest thing to watch is that it’s always changing or evolving in some way. When you see an event, like the Berlin Wall coming down, you know you’re not only watching history change this very day in front of your very eyes but also the political landscape has just changed forever – just like that. However, most significant political change is a much more gradual process happening over a few years or decades. That’s what makes it hard to spot, it’s slow, a glacial change of popular sentiment. You see one or two odd little events which initially ping your antennae but as they occur more frequent and slowly become the new normal that people are accepting, you begin to know that some big change is afoot.

Somewhere at the start of Obama’s second reign, I noticed the first signs of both the weaponisation of the executive and subversion of the judicial branch of the government. The latter was being done by persons such as George Soros who had lots of money but whose only connection to party politics was the large amounts of money the politicians were on their knees begging him for. They got it just as long as they did things his way, which basically involved subverting the rule of law by various means. In the main, this involved ignoring his massive campaign donations to District Attorneys and judges who would ignore the laws already on the books in preference to picking and choosing which ones were to be enforced and on which parties.

The law, instead of being the great equaliser, was to become the rod to punish those who had the impudence to disagree with the ruling elite.

Progressively, the Rule of Law was eroded and as for Due Process, you could be arrested without any judicial basis, formerly called a scrap of evidence, for whatever the DoJ or FBI decided to make up about you. Somebody anonymously denounces you, you end up doing the perp walk in cuffs before a carefully tipped off media, in a prison cell that evening and the only two options open to you are to plead guilty to whatever charges they’ve cooked up about you begging for clemency by accepting some plea deal to something else you never did either or face complete financial ruin in legal fees as well as losing your living, liberty and never mind your reputation. Either way, your life is in ruins.

I’m somebody who against the odds has managed to live and survive very much more than the average person’s share of difficult situations. There’s a lot of self-flattering reasons I could put that down to but the reality has always been I’ve an unusually well-developed peasant instinct to spot approaching danger early and make a judgement call as to whether to fight it now or look for a better time and ground.

Way back then in 2012, if I’d written a blog piece about how I feared that if America wasn’t careful, it’d sleepwalk into a police state. At that time it would have been written off as a paranoid loony piece but I’m sad to say that’s exactly what’s came about in the intervening years. In 2019, I tip-toed towards those thoughts in an article entitled Is it time to break up the FBI? It got a very quiet reception either because people were already becoming fearful of coming to the the FBI’s attention or they thought I’d joined the tin hat brigade of blogging. By 2020 I’d taken the view that if people couldn’t see the reality of what the FBI had become, there was no saving them anyway, so wrote a follow up article entitled It’s time to break up the FBI. I also wrote a short story which I hoped avoided the usual disaster of mixing political preachiness with a good yarn.

We have a DoJ that partisanly prosecutes or not, an IRS service that’s just recruiting the equivalent of two infantry divisions with the proviso in the job advert they must be prepared to carry firearms and use lethal force and a secret police which have become indistinguishable from the Stasi or Gestapo. The founding fathers showed an almost frightening prescience when they fought against the establishment of any federal law enforcement body over the nascent nation because they knew it would inevitably be hijacked by political forces to enforce a police state.

The only miracle was that America and the American people managed to stop that happening for the best part of 250 years, but it and a lot more has arrived.

If the secret police can get approval by the judiciary to searching the residence of the leader figure of the opposition to them and the previous president that’s so vague and extensive it even included the wardrobe of his wife Melania, then law, it’s enforcement or any concept of democracy in America has become a sick joke.

Like their deviant master, I’m sure they enjoyed riffling through her knickers, sniffing any that took their fancy and who knows, perhaps even taking a few souvenirs.


Related articles by Pointman:

Is it time to break up the FBI?

It’s time to break up the FBI

The rule of law.

What if Biden wins?

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23 Responses to “The FBI are Joe Biden’s personal Gestapo.”
  1. Shoshin says:

    I’ve seen this coming for a long time as well. I did not see it coming from the left. My bad. If history is a guide, it should really pick up speed now as the left can taste unlimited power and will feel bold enough to act shortly.

    I expect the MaL affidavit to be so heavily redacted that it looks something like this:


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  2. philjourdan says:

    Some say we should support the FBI – law and order and all that crap. Sorry,that no longer flies. These are the clowns that perpetuated the Russia Collusion! So where were the whistle blowers?

    These where the idiots that perpetuated the Hunter Biden laptop hoax!

    These are the idiots that perpetuated the Hillary Clinton Hoax.

    These are the idiots that ignored the Hillary Clinton server, but RAIDED Trumps Home and violated his wife’s wardrobe/

    Sorry again, why are we supporting a totally corrupt organization? we support Law ENFORCEMENT!

    Not Law corruption!

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  3. Pointman says:

    Nolte: Majority of Americans Now See FBI as ‘Joe Biden’s Personal Gestapo’.

    “As far as the FBI, they are willing coconspirators and eager Gestapo agents. No one with a set of principles would be a part of these outrages. An FBI that employed men and women of integrity would lose people to mass resignations.”

    An essential point I missed saying in this article, is that we’re not in a few bad apples situation, the whole barrel is irretrievably rotten.


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  4. another ian says:

    Hi Pointy

    More on that theme

    “What We Now Know About The Mar-a-Lago Raid

    A failing Biden Administration, facing a rematch against Trump and a pro-Trump Republican Congress in January, has launched a politically motivated assault.”


  5. Fraizer says:

    The American government has been the enemy of the people for a long time. The founders did their best to give the people the tools to see that this would not happen; and the people have done their best to give these tools away. The bureaucratic state is now out of control and supersedes the constitution and rule of law. It is a slide into oblivion from here.


  6. another ian says:

    Hi Pointy


    “Judge Bruce Reinhart on Monday admitted the FBI’s raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home was “unprecedented” and formally rejected the Justice Department’s argument to keep the affidavit leading to the search under seal, citing the “intense public and historical interest.” ”


    “ALL THE INSTITUTIONS HAVE BEEN CORRUPTED: WSJ: The Trump Warrant Had No Legal Basis: A former president’s rights under the Presidential Records Act trump the statutes the FBI cited to justify the Mar-a-Lago raid.”

    More at


  7. Pointman says:

    FBI Sets Sights on James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas with Ashley Biden Diary Conviction.

    ie Two thieves try to fit up Project Veritas in FBI arranged plea deal.



    • philjourdan says:

      Yep! But unfortunately for the USAGestapo, PV does not pay for crap like that and #2 – The first amendment! Pentagon Papers anyone? So who gives a flying fart about the diary of a private citizen molested as a child by grandpa gropes?


  8. another ian says:

    Hi Pointy

    Some reading here

    I’ll be suprised if his assessment on Trump’s insurance is not spot on.

    And neat handling of the troll.

    And following threads


  9. Pointman says:

    My apologies for the lack of publishing and comment moderation of late. Unfortunately, I’ve been in hospital but am out now and activities as usual will be resuming.



  10. another ian says:

    Hi Pointy


    “The 10th Anniversary of the Benghazi Attack Arrives This Sunday, The Events Look Different Against Latest Deep State Revelations
    September 7, 2022 | Sundance | 9 Comments”


  11. philjourdan says:


    I am sorry for your loss today. While a great loss to Brits and the UK, she is a loss to all the world. I am no Anglophile or Royal follower, but I greatly respected her, not for her title, but for her deeds. I am saddened by your loss in more ways than one. And I can only hope that her son is a fraction of who she was.

    My respect for Queen Elizabeth II is great. But it does not transfer to your new king who I have no respect for.


    • Pointman says:

      I think we’re in complete agreement Phil. I’ve never been a fan of royalty, a constitutional one or otherwise, since I think it’s the foundation of a snob system based on nothing more than the accident of birth.

      Elizabeth gave 70 years of unbroken public service and set an example of dignity and fortitude through times of war and peace which I know gave a lot of Britons a sense of continuity, of belonging to a nation that was above the political squabbling of Westminster.

      Unlike the bulk of her extended family and with one or two individual exceptions, I admired her.


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  12. Pointman says:

    FBI conducted mass raids against Trump supporters – ex-presidential adviser.

    Mass raids all on the same day of Trump personnel. The FBI go full on fascist secret police.



  13. another ian says:

    Hi Pointy

    A thought of the moment

    You’ll know that a crown was coinage except when –

    Hopefully the sort of advice Charles will get as king will be along these lines

    “The Queen also toyed with the idea of making the whole of St James’s Park private, and asked her prime minister, Robert Walpole, how much that would cost.

    “Only a crown, madam” he replied with a thin smile”

    From Bill Bryson “At Home”


  14. Pointman says:

    Midterm Election Effort, Joe Biden FBI Surround Mike Lindell Vehicle, Seize Cell Phone.

    “MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell told the story earlier today on his podcast. {Direct Rumble Link} Apparently, after returning from a hunting trip, while going through a Hardee’s drive-thru, three cars from Joe Biden’s jackboot FBI operation surrounded him and demanded he turn over his cell phone.”

    Biden’s Gestapo strike again.



  15. another ian says:

    Hi Pointy

    For a picture of situation analysis in a real lack of information try reading the chapter on Mussolini in John Steinbeck’s “Once there was a war” – as on a WW@ troop ship mid Atlantic under total radio silence

    As (IMO) so should people professing on the situation in Ukraine.

    Chiefio (again IMO) is doing a good job of explaining in comments lately that “You should conjure up no more spirits than you can conjure down”


  16. Pointman says:

    Report: Facebook Spied on Messages of Conservatives Questioning 2020 Election, Sent Them to FBI

    Facebook is an FBI snitch.



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