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Submitted by Adeimus (United States), Jun 15, 2008 at 03:56

If you want to attract a country's attention, try an "Electrical Magnetic Pulse" generator application. In other words, destroy the information first, like perhaps their "OIL" data. At the same time destroy their "CIVIC" data, birth certificates, identities, and the most important, their bank accounts which will really get their attention, and how about a very small tactical EMP pulse directed at the government itself maybe causing a car to stall out in an inapportune moment. I think all applications at the same time would provide enough leverage to convince any government of our intentions covertly of course. They dare not make it public and if they did nobody would believe them less they look like fools.

Here is the caviat, sell them back the information we just destroyed, obviously, our intelligence has copies right? Much better then the blowing up a building or two. You now know what is more valuable then "OIL".

Welcome to the age of INFO.

You will not get it any simpler then this including the verbiage.

P.S. Even the most EMP hardened facility has to talk to the outside once in awhile. Beware of UMBRELLAS!


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