Quantum Communications BetaTest XSSXXXX110827
Oh yes, that is quite plain to see, but they have had their day and things are changing very rapidly and completely beyond their control, for they do not understand the powerful immediate control that is delivered by ….. well, let us just say intelligence services internetworking across dedicated secure server nodes displaying novel and noble and special sublime applications of programming for media projection as a present reality to be supported by smart special forces and emerging new talents …… loved children in the Live Operational Virtual Environment that delivers Flight Traffic Control in the CyberSpace Domain …… that AI Place of Perception Management and Dream Product Placement.
A little something I have been spending some quality time perfecting, Bro.
And of particular and specific interest to all the usual fatigued suspects …. …. http://www.nc3a.nato.int/Opportunities/Documents/6-MN-CyberDefence-02.pdf ….. and I am particularly enamoured of the following, which only hints at the problems and intellectual deficits that confront and can threaten them with easy defeat, and against which, in the hands of a smart adversary/contemporary, they would really have no effective defense …….
15. The Declining Technological Advantage.
Historically, the technological advantage that we enjoyed, and on which so much of our explicit and implicit military culture rests, compensated for our lack of mass. Technology affects the way in which a force is able to fight and the credibility of that force to deter. However, the vanguard of technological development is shifting towards the commercial sector which, typically, is more agile than the military it supports, and it is moving East. Our acquisition and sustainability processes are now driven in part by what industry can and will provide. Increasingly, we will find ourselves reliant on industry for support, both in the home base and in theatre, if we are to be adaptive. Adaptation is not, however, the preserve of developed states. Some seemingly inferior adversaries will be able to achieve tactical success because their access to alternative sources of technology will improve, their rate of adaptation will be faster than ours, and their costs will be significantly less. We should expect increasing challenges to our technical superiority; ‘Procurement programs that take decades may be obsolesced in an afternoon by new technological innovations’.
Responding to this will require an agile acquisition and support network capable of responding to changing operational needs. There is a sense that the West is currently too equipment-focused; in the future we may have to rely more on our people to provide an edge; this will require far greater investment in selection, training and education. …… http://www.mod.uk/NR/rdonlyres/3E38C6EC-4A76-402F-9E28-C571EAB9929F/0/fcoc_final_revised_12Feb10.pdf
… I trust that info doesn’t put you on a US flight watchlist, because they are even more heavily engaged in the field, as you’d expect with their wild west, gung-ho, bigger and better in America attitude and Las Vegas dream culture …… http://cryptome.org/0005/gao-11-75.pdf ……. and with so much to lose, for you know how all communications, no matter how innocent and harmless they may be whenever making simple reference to such matters, are supposed to be easily red-flagged by smart computer algorithms snooping electronic communications networks in systems which are all interconnected nowadays, in some way or other, so that secrets are a thing of the past and tactical surprise is not a game changing, strategic stealth weapon in the arsenal of others.
For context in the above, please note that it was prompted in reply to …..
“The rich run a global system that allows them to accumulate capital and pay the lowest possible price for labour. The freedom that results applies only to them. The many simply have to work harder, in conditions that grow ever more insecure, to enrich the few. Democratic politics, which purports to enrich the many, is actually in the pocket of those bankers, media barons and other moguls who run and own everything.”
— Charles Moore