The Fear of the Unknown - Investigated by the IRS, FBI, CIA, and NSA

The Fear of the Unknown – Investigated by the IRS, FBI, CIA, and NSA

There are many things in this world that scare people. Heights, spiders, and public speaking are just a few of the things that can cause fear in people. But which agency is feared the most? In this blog post, we will take a look at four agencies in the United States: the IRS, FBI, CIA, and NSA. We will examine what each agency does and what people in the United States feel when they know that one of these agencies is investigating them.

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The IRS is the agency that is responsible for collecting taxes from individuals and businesses in the United States. The IRS can audit your taxes and if they find that you owe money, they can impose penalties. The penalties can be as high as owing money plus interest and fees. The IRS can also file a notice of federal tax lien which means that the IRS has a claim on your property. This can make it difficult to sell your property or get a loan. You can also be sent to prison for not paying your taxes.

The FBI is the federal law enforcement agency in the United States. The FBI investigates crimes such as terrorism, espionage, public corruption, interstate crimes, and cybercrimes. The FBI also has a division that investigates civil rights violations. If the FBI is investigating you, it is likely because they believe that you have committed a crime.

The CIA is the United States’ primary intelligence agency. The CIA’s mission is to collect, analyze, and use information to protect the United States from national security threats. The CIA gathers intelligence on enemies of the United States and conducts covert operations to overthrow governments that are hostile to the United States. Typically, the CIA focuses on people outside of the United States, but they can also investigate people inside of the United States if they suspect that you are a threat to national security and you meet certain criteria.

The NSA is the National Security Agency, and their primary mission is to protect the United States from terrorist attacks. The NSA accomplishes this by collecting information about potential threats. They collect this information through electronic surveillance and have been known to collect information on people inside of the United States without a warrant. CIA Director John Brennen has stated (paraphrased) that the NSA does not intentionally collect electronic data on American citizens or members of Congress.

So, who do Americans fear most?

Americans fear the IRS the most. Even though most Americans believe that the NSA and CIA could kidnap you and place you in a black site across the world or have you assassinated, and the FBI could spend endless time and resources to set you up for a crime you didn’t commit, the majority of Americans believe that they are more likely to face an audit from the IRS and for that reason they fear the IRS the most. Every April 15th, taxpayers across the United States file their taxes and hope that they don’t get audited.

Although the IRS has the power to take your money and your property and send you to prison, most of the time they just want the money owed. The IRS knows that most people are not intentionally trying to avoid paying taxes, they just make mistakes. And for the most part, the IRS will work with you to make sure that you pay what you owe. They will even set up payment plans for you if you can’t pay the full amount owed all at one time.

So, even though the IRS is feared the most, they are also the agency that is the most likely to work with you. If you are being audited or if you owe money to the IRS, the best thing to do is to contact them and work out a payment plan (or contact a tax attorney). Don’t try to hide from the IRS because they will find you eventually and the penalties will be much worse. Remember, the IRS is not necessarily out to get you, they just want their/your money.

Second most feared agency

The FBI is the second most feared agency. The FBI has the power to investigate you, your family, and your friends. They can investigate and file charges against you for everything from exercising your First Amendment rights to terrorism. They have been used as a political weapon against people who are critical of the government since their inception in 1908 and it doesn’t look like that is going to change anytime soon.

The FBI has been used to target civil rights leaders, anti-government protesters, and even journalists. In recent years, the FBI has been involved in high-profile cases such as the 2016 presidential election, the Russia investigation, the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, and the Hunter Biden Investigation. The FBI has a lot of power, and they are not afraid to use it against their enemies.

Third most feared agency

The CIA is the third most feared agency. The CIA is responsible for gathering intelligence and conducting covert operations. The CIA gathers intelligence on enemies of the United States and conducts covert operations to overthrow governments that are hostile to the United States. The CIA has been involved in some of the most controversial events in history, such as the Bay of Pigs Invasion, Operation Northwoods, the Gulf of Tonkin incident, and possibly the September 11th attacks. They are supposed to conduct operations off American soil, however, they have been known to target and carry out operations against American citizens as well as Foreign Leaders right here in this country.

Fourth most feared agency

The NSA is the fourth most feared agency. The NSA is responsible for collecting electronic communications and data. The NSA has been involved in some of the most controversial events in recent history, such as the Prism program, which collect data on American citizens without their knowledge or consent. Like the CIA, the NSA has also been known to target certain American citizens and Foreign Leaders for everything from recruitment to assassination.

The 1975 Church Committee

In 1975, the Church Committee investigated all four of these agencies and found that they had all engaged in activities that violated the Constitution. Despite this, these agencies still have a lot of power and are still feared by many Americans.

The Church Committee was a United States Senate select committee in 1975 that investigated wrongdoings by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Agency (NSA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The committee was chaired by Senator Frank Church.

The committee investigated activities such as the CIA’s involvement in the overthrow of foreign governments, the FBI’s COINTELPRO program, the NSA’s Project Shamrock, the CIA’s MK Ultra program, and the IRS’s targeting of political enemies. The committee found that the agencies had “used illegal means to obtain information and they have violated the constitutional rights of American citizens.”

The committee uncovered many illegal activities carried out by the CIA, NSA, and FBI, including covert experiments on unwitting U.S. citizens, attempted assassinations of foreign leaders, and infiltration of domestic political groups. The committee also found that the CIA had been stockpiling weapons of mass destruction, including bacteria and viruses that could be used for biological warfare.

Who should you trust

Should you trust any of these agencies, The IRS, FBI, CIA, or NSA? It is up to you to decide. Each agency has a different mission, and each agency has been known to abuse their power and be used against their political enemies. If you are under investigation by one of these agencies, it is important to seek legal counsel so that you can understand your rights and the possible penalties that you could face.

Please continue to read my future blog post for more in-depth looks into other conspiracies and cover-ups committed by the US government! Contact us if you have any questions or would like to share your own theories! Thank you for reading!

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