RE: Posting observations and elements of spysats

From: Dale Ireland (
Date: Wed Sep 19 2001 - 20:39:52 EDT

Ted Molczan wrote
> unfortunately, there can be no assurance of who is right. It is
> my hope that
> those on either side can agree to disagree, and leave it to the
> conscience of
> the individual.
> Ted Molczan

You admit that you are not sure if your network of observers helps the likes
of Bin Laden, you also make many suppositions about the use of the
surveillance satellites that you have absolutely no idea about since you are
certainly not privy to any of the facts. As Bin laden is more isolated he
will rely more on your elements, he doesn't seem to have many allies and he
certainly doesn't have a group of guys with watches making satellite
observations.. Your elements may already have played a tragic role. Your
idea of conscience may endanger us all, that is one screwed up hobby.
It boils down to getting self satisfaction from being a rebel and poking a
finger in the eye of the Pentagon. Seems to me they have had enough abuse
lately. The world has changed, some people just don't get it.
Dale Ireland

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