The new FBI candidate choice, James Comey was the former U.S. Deputy Attorney General who served in George W. Bush’s administration from December 2003 to August 2005. He apparently bumped Lisa Monaco off of the short list. Lisa is the 4th Assistant Attorney General for National Security in the Obama administration.
Correct me if I am wrong but I was under the impression we had a 2 party system and that the parties opposed each other. Doesn’t it seem a bit odd to have a current member of the Obama cabinet set aside for a former member of the G.W. Bush administration?
What two party system? Seems like one to me these days.
Obama was the change we needed we were told. During his campaign, he railed against the Bush administration regularly promising us Change We Can Believe In.
How silly of us to think he actually meant it. Then again, thinking and voting don’t usually mix too well especially if it is colored with racist guilt- a typical ploy of the Marxist cadre.
Let’s look at the background of James Comey. Maybe we can discern why he will make such a good choice for FBI head.
First of all, James, like Lisa Monaco whom he bumped off the short list, is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School. The University of Chicago is wonderful school which was founded in 1890 by the American Baptist Education Society with a donation from John D. Rockefeller. The law school was founded in 1902 by a coalition of donors led by, of course, John D. Rockefeller. Guess that’s why the chapel on the University of Chicago campus is called the Rockefeller Chapel, in recognition of its funding source the ultra rich Rockefellers.
Not surprisingly, the focus of the University of Chicago law school is noted particularly for its influence on the economic analysis of law. As note by Anthony Kronman, former dean of Yale Law School, “”the intellectual movement that has had the greatest influence on American academic law in the past quarter-century [of the 20th Century]” is law and economics.
Interesting that a law school brought into being by donations from a family who is a major player in the Federal Reserve cartel and our banking system has a law school known for its focus on law and economics. Whoda thunk that connection would turn up?
Wonder if that may be a factor in why someone like Comey makes a good candidate for head of the FBI? Probably, doesn’t hurt.
Then again another factor might be his recent experience on the board of directors of HSBC Holdings plc which is a British multinational banking and financial services organization headquartered in London, UK, founded in 1991.
The origins of the bank lie in Hong Kong and Shanghai, where branches were first opened in 1865. HSBC stands for Hong Kong, Shanghai Banking Corporation which also gives Comey a China/British banking connection. Another essential for an FBI candidate I imagine.
If Comey is approved, the banking community will have yet another favorable representative in government. With Comey’s University of Chicago background which certainly isn’t anti-banking they get what they need- a sympathetic head in the intelligence community. Betcha there won’t be too many investigations into the financial community during Comey’s term.
Let’s keep our fingers crossed that this one gets quick approval. However, with Comey’s background you can pretty much predict that it will. Bush and Obama such enemies right? Goes to show how much of a dog and pony show most of these elections really are. Meet the new boss. Same as the last, only worse.
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