3/03/2008

The most realistic exercise

Let me just speculate a little on this great escape. At the end of the day it could be the most realistic exercise any country could have conducted. Given the fact that he is a little lame, tagged, and in a small and high tech island where cctv and satellite technology are being harnassed to the fullest, even a mosquito can be tracked and monitored. He will be caught of course. The rewards, the whole system being tested to the fullest. The people becoming fully aware of the threat of terrorism and would not take it for granted. Civil Defence and people's participation and involvement also tested. It is a very worthwhile exercise with everything being controlled and closely monitored while Mas Selamat Kastari thought he was on the run. And they may even be rewarded with all the attempts and contacts that Mas tried in the wilderness. Who would have the last laugh? Don't take things at face value in the city of possibilities. And they don't have to admit it publicly that it was afterall a well coordinated exercise.

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Matilah_Singapura said...
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Matilah_Singapura said...

> Who would have the last laugh? <

Probably Mas will — when he is on a jetliner zooming toward Changi on a collision course with T3 screaming "Allah Akhbar" from the cockpit, laughing devilishly.

Man, I'd be glued to the TV watching the "spectacle".

And all this speculation aside, guess who would be to blame ultimately?

The so-called "infallible" Singapore Government.