The Usual Suspects
I hope that you enjoyed last week’s episode on Ninja tactics, and I do appreciate comments.
Now there must be some way out of here, so let us not talk falsely. The hour is getting late. There are many that say that terrorists are among us, but when the next attack comes I won’t suspect the usual suspects. These last eight years Al-Qaeda has become the poster boy for all terrorists’ attacks, whether they are actually responsible for it or not. While I do know that they would like to kill us, they are far from the only party with the motive and opportunity for attack.
Remember Enron? Anyone with the motive and opportunity can stand to make a lot of money in any chemical, biological, or nuclear strike. Why stop there? The threat of one is almost as good as the real thing. It is simple really. All that you need to do is invest in many areas of the economy, like manufacturing and transportation. Then when the shit hits the fan, you make a double killing by selling the markets short.
Again, why stop there? The government also has motive and opportunity for an attack. If you are employed by certain elements of the Department of Defense, CIA, NSA, Mi5, and your project is stalling an attack might be just what you need. Did the Congress just cancel your spy network program? This might be your opportunity to get it all back. Since when have secret programs ever been held accountable for their actions?