posted on Dec, 8 2004 @ 03:30 AM
The FBI, America’s Napoleonic Sanhedrin
Regardless of one’s beliefs about America’s war against terrorism, no one can disagree that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was the primary
investigative body that gathered evidence following the events of September 11, 2001. Consequently, it could be argued that no single agency is more
responsible for the world’s present state of turmoil than the FBI. Based on the FBI's findings, President Bush launched the war against terrorism.
Thanks to the FBI, Bush and everyone else believes Osama bin Laden and Al-Queda were behind the terrorist acts. Thanks to the FBI, America launched a
war against Afghanistan where bin Laden and his "evil doers" hid in mountains and caves.
And thanks to the FBI, the Bush Administration seems to believe bin Laden has teamed up with Saddam Hussein to unleash weapons of mass destruction
against the United States and the rest of the free world. No one but Bush and Secretary of State Colin Powell have managed to connect the dots on the
purported bin Laden-Hussein alliance, but in the minds of the two renowned American leaders, the two Muslim rivals have suddenly become bosom buddies.
As a result, the American public must now duct tape their windows to avoid breathing deadly chemical gas that might be launched by the two Arab evil
doers. Based on FBI intelligence, we are on "code orange" alert; the second highest security alert. (The highest is "code red.")
Regardless of the color of the alert (orange or red, that is), we can thank the FBI for our present state of hysteria and paranoia.
But what if the FBI is wrong about everything?
What if the FBI has a hidden agenda?