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Re: Just another bite of text (Secrecy)

May 16, 1997 06:28 PM
by Wildefire

In a message dated 97-05-16 16:38:12 EDT, you write:

> M.K.Ramadoss wrote:
>  > There may be
>  > isolated instances when secrecy is justified -- especially when
> governments
>  > get involved in dirty missions
>  In those cases-when the goverments think they can be allowed to keep
>  secrecy in horrors -and here in Mexico and Latin America we have very
>  well documented cases of those Nightmare stories-secrecy is LESS than
> inethical.
>  Estrella.
>  P.S.Another salute to all!!


I'm so glad you said that!! When I read Doss's statement I thought I was
misunderstanding it because the medications I'm on. I believe that it is the
very atmosphere of secrecy itself that allows those "dirty missions" to be
bred and conducted. Doss, did you mean when these "dirty missions" are
justified by national security in the strictest sense? Of course, here in the
US, a lot of secrecy which is "justified" by national security is the result
of "if the citizens found out about this, they'd really be ready to take off
our heads". And with the cloak of secrecy, why the dirty missions get
reallllly dirty. <Wait, gotta go see who's that knocking at my door. Black
helicoptors circulating overhead!!!! Arrrrrrgh, gotta send this off, purge my
hard drive, etc. before They see it!!!!!!!!!!!!>

P.S. Glad to see you're back, Estrella!!!!! Here's a hug. {{{{{Estrella}}}}}

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