Free State Project Forum

Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Pages: [1]   Go Down

Author Topic: Zalmai Azmi  (Read 4469 times)


  • *
  • Offline Offline
  • Posts: 42
Zalmai Azmi
« on: February 01, 2006, 06:32:26 pm »

   I have a friend who has been in the Information Technology industry for over 20 years.
   She was shocked when she learned that a new FBI computer program designed to help agents share information to ward off terrorist attacks may have to be scrapped
   The news is that the agency has concluded it needs to be scrapped but further investigation makes it clear that is a decision being made and forced on the users by the new Chief Intelligence Officer of the FBI Zalmai Azmi.
   The actions of Zalmai Azmi are causing a further delay in a four-year, half-billion-dollar overhaul of the FBI and its antiquated computer system.
   Again the news is that the bureau is so convinced that the software, known as Virtual Case File, will not work as planned that it has taken steps to begin soliciting proposals from outside contractors for new software, but the fact is that this decision and the confusion and idiocy springing from it are owned entirely and exclusively by Zalmai Azmi .
   When will public officials in the United States government become aware that terrorism need not be an explosion to be effective?
   Effective terrorism or an effective attack on our nation can be quietly carried out by a traitor in a sensitive position who is either incompetent, greedy or aggressive against the United States – as appears to be the case of Zalmai Azmi.
   Many of the Senators overseeing this process are allowing themselves to be bamboozled by a smooth talking bureaucrat who is pushing to have hundreds of millions of dollars thrown away while initiating new contracts with a contract of his personal choice for further hundreds of millions of dollars.
   Just because Zalmai Azmi claims loyalty to the United States and has possibly served in the United States Marine Corps does not mean that he has the best interests of this nation at heart.
   I do not believe we have the best person for the job of Chief Intelligence Officer for the FBI.  The fact that he served for the US Attorneys Offices only further leads me to conclude that something needs to be done about Zalmai Azmi and giving him more money and power are not wise.



  • ****
  • Offline Offline
  • Posts: 66
Re: Zalmai Azmi
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2006, 08:10:29 am »

Well, that's good news to start my day ... the Empire is in chaos ... works for me!  Think about it, do we really want to IMPROVE the domestic spying capabilities of government?  How many of the Founding Fathers would have considered this sort of thing a problem?  Hey ... scrap the computer and the program, slash the Bureau's budget and lets go out for a celebratory smoke!
A rich soul is not one who has much ... but one who needs little!
Pages: [1]   Go Up