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EAFV, that's brilliant. I wish there was some kind of strategic tip line...
or does that .gov site soliciting consultation double as that? (just got
confirmation of my account from them, but not enough time to check out
their guideliknes yet).
On Mon, 12 Nov 2001, Extropian Agro Forestry Ventures Inc. wrote:
> Read the piece"Al-Qaida's Endgame? by Decision Support Systems
> and after giving some thought as to how a terrorist would most efficiently
> wreck havoc especially if they have nuclear weapons....
> -America depends on foreign oil
> -A terrorist from the middle east would not want to destroy their own oil
> producing capacity only disable the ability of the USA to use it to support
> their economy.
> -Each attack to have the most effectiveness should be both catastrophic in
> terms of economic destruction and human life as well as not a repeat of
> previous ones (for most surprise/fear/terror effect).
> -Let's for discussion purposes assume that nuclear weapons are in the
> terrorists possession.
> What if several oil tankers are surreptitiosly fitted with warheads.
> What if the origin is not important
> What if several tanker nukes are similtaneously at several USA port
> refineries, close enough to the actual refinery so that a blast would level
> the refinery, as well as decimate the surrounding city.
> -If I were to invoke such a senario it might most likely happen when the
> heaviest petrochemical use occurs... early to mid winter.
> So if I were looking for another attack on the USA it would be between
> Christmas and New year (the real start of the new millenium) and I would look
> for unusual methods of delivery such as oil tankers?????
> "Alex F. Bokov" wrote:
> > On Fri, 9 Nov 2001, Mike Lorrey wrote:
> > > Thirdly: adopt our own network system. In the US Constitution, the
> > > president is empowered (as are the governors of many US states) to issue
> > > Letters of Marque to private individuals (privateers) to engage in
> > > action against enemy commerce independent of government oversight or
> > > command. Revive this to license independent mercenary companies that
> > > will attack enemy targets as identified, with public bounties
> > > established to receive donations from private citizens.
> > Hoo-ya!!!!! I can see it now, the Bronx and Brooklyn Companies of the
> > NYC Volunteers landing on the outskirts of Kabul to bust a cap in Pig
> > Rottin's ass. Talk about urban warfare... these homeboys know urban
> > warfare. And they get to keep any opium they 'confiscate'.
> > Along the lines of judo warfare you suggested, Mike, remember the
> > rumors about decoy Pig Rottins zipping around Afghanistan in identical
> > SUVs? Combine that with Taliban's presumably shitty long-range
> > communications, and you have the perfect insertion tool for our
> > special forces. Pretty soon you'll have the Talibs conditioned to
> > shoot at SUVs first and ask questions later.
> > --
> > * I believe that the majority of the world's Muslims are good, *
> > * honorable people. If you are a Muslim and want to reassure me and *
> > * others that you are part of this good, honorable majority, all *
> > * you need to say are nine simple words: "I OPPOSE the Wahhabi cult *
> > * and its Jihad." *
* I believe that the majority of the world's Muslims are good, *
* honorable people. If you are a Muslim and want to reassure me and *
* others that you are part of this good, honorable majority, all *
* you need to say are nine simple words: "I OPPOSE the Wahhabi cult *
* and its Jihad." *
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