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Damascus Face-to-Face
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Mention that Ahmadinejad must meet face-to-face in the same sealed, electronic-countermeasured Damascus room as the al-Assads (courtesy PRC-provided technology stolen from Silly Valley), because sigint can read anything the chatty bad boys put in the air or underground. Damascus is like the old days of the face-to-face in the Adirondacks, Cosa Nostra-style. Also, the terror gangs headquartered in Damascus deal in cash Euros banked in Geneva, and so Ahmadinejad must shove the access codes across the table to his hirelings.

Fun to consider how the gangs could defeat NSA by making a mobile phone call to Vegas to make supper reservations at Bellagio’s Le Cirque, and while on hold, they could bounce the call to Gaza. How long before a DNC apparatchik said that satellite spying on Le Cirque is criminal?

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