Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Boil 1.21

I've kept editorial contributions from The Age for years knowing their time would come.
The first is by one Dr Keith Suter, a "senior fellow with Global Business Network Aus":
And second, the US could have offered a massive reward (say $500 million - the equivalent of the cost of half a B-1 bomber) for bin Laden dead or alive. That sum of money would attract groups such as the Russian mafia to work with the Afghans to do the operation.
The Age, (late 2001, I guess)
Been hoping that this would sound as deluded NOW as it really was THEN, when this stooge was granted a mandate by editors who should know better. But don't.


At 7:01 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Suter's idea was a good one. It was using the free market. It would have saved a lot of trouble if it had been allowed to work. You need to think creatively in the War on Terrorism


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