Friday, June 16, 2006


Transterrestrial Musings - Has Al Qaeda In Iraq Been Destroyed?
Strategy Page says maybe:
The death of al Qaeda leader Abu Musab al Zarqawi was not as important as the capture of his address book and other planning documents in the wake of the June 7th bombing. U.S. troops are trained to quickly search for names and addresses when they stage a raid, pass that data on to a special intelligence cell, which then quickly sorts out which of the addresses should be raided immediately, before the enemy there can be warned that their identity has been compromised.
Dear al Qaeda,

Have you people ever heard of OPSEC? Not writing things down in plain text? Code books? Encryption? A cell system?

Gee-zus McFuck. It's not like I want you guys to keep murdering people and behead your fellow travellers but c'mon. You're embarrasing yourselves.
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