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brindis_desala Donating Member (866 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-11-05 09:25 PM
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109. The issue remaining is not "proving" that 2004 was stolen
but PREVENTING future fraud now that we KNOW that paperless electronic voting machines make a mockery of "fair elections". I would urge DUers and activists to re-read this article:

Evidence of a Second Bush Coup?
By Robert Parry
November 6, 2004

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The highly secretive practice of cyber-warfare has advanced far more than many Americans understand, with U.S. intelligence agencies pioneering methods for surreptitiously entering enemy computer systems.

Through the 1990s, the CIA and the U.S. military aggressively expanded cyber-war capabilities, bringing online powerful computer systems and recruiting some of the nations best hackers, intelligence sources say. During the CIAs recruitment rush, some hackers were hired despite criminal records and questionable backgrounds. One got in trouble when he was found masturbating in front of his computer screen.

By the mid-1990s, cyber-war also known as "information warfare" was such a hot topic within the U.S. military that the Pentagon produced a breezy 13-page booklet called "Information Warfare for Dummies."

Faith-based balloting is the fast lane to voter cynicism and a death march for democratic government.
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