- Report: #20449
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Complaint Review: U.S. Gov - FBI
U.S. Gov - FBI, U.S.A.
U.S. Gov FBI ripoff of the citizns consumer fraud corruption as above U.S.
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Its been an education which I feel obligaterd to share. So you have a successful corporation and you want to get richer and you want to do that by riping off your customers.
You want to get away with your plan. What do you do? You make Soft-$ donations to the Dem- & Rep parties. And, what does that buy for you?
Well you might be suprised. If you are of the belief that
there might be some good people who get into politics, and I think there might be, then we are in for an education. If by some chance you do have a good congressman or city councilmen or what ever you will find that they perceive no means whatsoever to stand up to their party. It is the majority which rules and the majority in both parties decided to go along with these schemes.
They would sell out the citizens that they are sworn to represent in return soft-$ from crooked special interists. And - they will require all of their members to go along with that plan if they want to continue in politics.
They all choose to go along. They will all turn their backs and alow you to be riped-off. If you try to expose this they will provide high tech agents to block your efforts to e-mail /fax.
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