Friday, January 27, 2012

Behind Closed Doors

"If this is to be believed, it seems some enterprising nerds got together to see if they could provide services to the transnationals' hidden covert operations. Multiple clients meant they could price accordingly. They did not make the rules so who could fault them for harvesting the free enterprise opportunity?

There is more than one.
"Avoiding the scrutiny of nation-states, even the US, had become almost routine. The exploding ambitions of the supreme pirates (their clients), a much different story.

"They did not realize in the beginning what a risk they were taking and that the client market had developed into feuding over territory of epic proportions.


"The breakthrough occurred when the implicit agreement amongst the secret private operations was compromised by the infighting. Each knew the risk of a breach in secrecy but were so consumed with the internal competition, lost sight of its primal importance."

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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