Wednesday, 19 March 2014


amanfromMars March 18, 2014 at 9:45:00 PM PDT [1403190445] …. having a say and putting it on the record on
Goededag, Matthijs,
The Dutch Minister of Defense is fundamentally and dangerously wrong in her thinking and her sharing of …”Offensive cyber capabilities are distinguished from conventional means in that they can often be deployed only once, are developed for one specific purpose and have a limited lifetime.
The exact opposite is true, and it is that which makes offensive cyber capabilities so very important and convenient to have under one’s command and control and in one’s defense arsenal.
It would be a great disservice to the Dutch for that fact to be not known, and for the mistake by the Dutch Minister of Defense to be not immediately corrected, and the correction immediately shared with everyone working in the field of defense, both real and virtual, military and cyber, national and international and internetional.
That which and/or those who exercise control of commands in cyberspace, command and control the future of mankind no less, and present via remote media programming the directions to be taken and servered and the projects to be launched and master piloted.
One imagines such is the key priority mandate of DCC/MIVD if wanting to be in the prime position of active lead rather than weakly and meekly following with reactive responses to active lead exercised by others in the CyberIntelAIgent Security and Virtual Protection Field with ITs Live Operational Virtual Environments in Global Communications Head Quarters.

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