FBI Director robert Mueller and Attorney General John D. Ashcroft


FBI Director Robert Mueller and Attorney General John D. Ashcroft:
Covering up the intelligence failures of 9-11 with new technologies and finger printing

Nipawin - Thursday, June 6, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis




It is appalling how to describe the level of intelligence of both FBI Director Robert Mueller and of Attorney General John D. Ashcroft. I leave it to you readers to evaluate these two top leaders of the Bush administration and in this respect I just want to mention the latest news which caught my attention.



9 - 11

I have been casually listening a few minutes ago to the questioning of Robert Mueller by Senator Patrick Leahy, Senate Judiciary Committee's chairman in regard to the 9-11 attacks.




Senator Leahy asked Mueller if any of the information fed into the FBI's computer data base was ever researched routinely by any agent by using key words as everybody else does everyday using the Internet. Mueller responded that such searches or queries by keywords were not performed and that is why the FBI is revamping its computer system so that new technologies will allow the FBI with the immediate required information without the need of using searches or queries by keyword.




I just want you to understand the level of artificial understanding this top FBI man has as he wants to offset the intelligence failures of the FBI in preventing the 9-11 attacks with new technologies which will not entail the use of our own fundamental human capacity to think and imagine.




This artificial fabrication to put the intelligence of machines over the intelligence of people is further confirmed with yesterday's announcement by Attorney General John Ashcroft to register, fingerprint and photograph more than 100,000 visa holders who pose national security concerns, and later extend this treatment to any of the 35 million people who visit the United States each year.




I have a question: Where are they heading with the intelligence shown by this Bush administration?
  Mueller testifying publicly in 9/11 probe. Senate panel to hear from Mueller, Rowley CNN, June 6, 2002 Posted: 10:10 AM EDT (1410 GMT) http://www.cnn.com/2002/ALLPOLITICS/06/06/terror.lapses/index.html
  U.S. to Track Visitors Deemed a Security Risk By a Washington Post Staff Writer, June 6, 2002 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A64749-2002Jun5.html