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    Tuesday, March 11, 2008

    Ode to Company C.

    Ode to Company C.

    The Sum of All Their Fears

    In 1991 Tom Clancy released a book titled The Sum of All Fears.
    It portrayed the face of a world in fear from nuclear terrorists.
    Ten years later terrorists sucker punched the heart of American.
    The media again painted the world wearing a face of fear.

    In the years that followed, a different face quietly stepped forward.
    The U.N. isn't aware. Governments and business ignore it. The media is blind to it.
    The new face has no funding. No power brokers. No lobbyists. No authority. Still it emerged. Fearless.

    It may have started with an E-mail, or a news link. In time became a post to a forum. A blog. A video. Watching every movement. Every message. Pawning their sites. Shutting down their horror shows. Stepping thru their OpSec. Decompiling their apps. Notifying the media. Pushing the U.N.
    Fearless. Relentless.

    Self Aware
    One day a lone human caught sight of the new face. Somehow, grasping it on a global scale, he called it, "The Brilliant Sector". It evolved into a call to action. Some, working alone, heard the call. Now aware that others are working together, they too boldly stepped forward to join the new face.
    Fearless. Relentless. Tireless.

    It Knows
    What nightmare makes a terrorist tremble in fear? What horror wakes them in a cold sweat?
    The face of the tracker. The face of the infiltrator. The witness. The ringing phone.
    In April a new torment will begin to haunt them. One hundred keyboards working in concert.
    Fearless. Relentless. Tireless. Untouchable.
    Here the new face becomes…
    The Sum of All "Their" Fears

    By Company "C" agent.




    Anonymous DiscerningTexan said...

    Outstanding, sir. This will be "Their Finest Hour".

    1:06 AM  

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