[cryptome] Re: Project Merlin: The weel laid plans o' mice and men, gang aft agley

  • From: Shaun O'Connor <capricorn8159@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2015 14:15:09 +0000

oh no heaven forbid they stop stockpiling nuclear arms. they wont be
able to get away with provoking people to war then!! much less plant
their dirty payload onto other countries so they can send in
the"inspectors" accuse, lets say Iran. of having nukes. then bingo., you
have an excuse to up the tax level to pay for arms and all the other
baggage that goes with it. and while they are at it. start spying on
their own people . deny it happens , and when they do get caught they
hide behind the justification of"national security" which as we all know
is a catch all phrase because its limitations and constraints are never
neatly spelled out in any legal document
On 18/01/2015 13:10, doug wrote:
> see url:
> http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/cia-leak-trial-continues-condoleezza-rice-testimony-28265187
> One has to ask why it never occurs to these people that the best way
> of preventing other nation states from getting nuclear weapons might
> be to get rid of their own. It doesn't have to be done unilaterally,
> all it needs is for a time to be set, perhaps 5 years ahead when all
> nuclear weapons and production, storage facilities etc, will have been
> destroyed, and agreements reached for international inspections and
> not to produce any more nuclear weapons. It won't be easy of course,
> requiring a new mind set and attitudes, but at least it would be
> cheaper, more efficient and produce better and more trust in
> international relations. Far better than all this mistrust and
> deception being sowed, so that the USA and other nuclear armed states
> can continue to try and dominate and police the world. The present
> strategy doesn't appear to be very successful...and  the development
> and ownership appears to be developing, despite the Nuclear
> Proliferation Treaty.
> After all, we all know how good the U.N. is at finding weapons of mass
> destruction, they never did find them in Iraq, even after American
> Intelligence told them where they were...and neither did the US
> government itself, or the "Coalition of The Willing" after the mission
> was accomplished.
> Too easy isn't it...
>  Just a thought.
>  ATB Dougie.


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