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Wednesday, June 01, 2005

How to help terrorists 101

The NY Times gives us a lesson in how to make Al Queda's and other terrorists jobs much easier. Winds of Change covers the frightening detail that is revealed by the paper "of record".

If you are al Qaeda, and you are interested in interdicting or attacking CIA air services that transport captured high value targets, how would you go about finding out how the CIA is moving these prisoners around? Would you:
a) Attempt to penetrate the CIA and dig into the inner workings of these operations.
b) Invest heavily in paying off workers at local airports and in charter airlines across the Middle East and Asia to provide intelligence on suspicious flight activities.
c) Read the New York Times.

If you answered "c", you are correct.

Read the whole thing, then ask yourself which side does this help in the War on Terror? Does anyone with common sense exist at the NY Times? How is this not aiding and abetting the enemy?
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