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25th of October, 2002 POST·MERIDIEM 04:11

From Exile.ru, a review on a book; http://​exile.​ru/​151/​151101802.​html

“The Pueblo incident seems to encapsulate the sad story of the NSA, as Bamford tells it: wonderful machinery, tended by brilliant technicians, is developed at enormous cost. It is then put in the hands of cowardly idiots like our current C-in-C and driven at full speed into a wall.”

Expains a lot. An awful lot of what is mentioned in that article rings true, especially in terms of motivation for the Israëli attack on that NSA ship in the 1960s. From the same site, but another article;

“The Brits like to sneer at the French, but if England had had a long land border with Germany in 1914 or 1939, how long do you think the war would’ve lasted?”

These people seem to know what they’re talking about :-)

(And yes, Gary, if you’re reading this, I’ll link to you at some stage.)

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