Enhanced Opportunity for enemy malfeasance: Why the fox can't guard the fowl

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    This is my main problem: the port deal creates many and varied opportunities of for enemies malfeasance.

    This is like having to explain logically why the fox can't guard the chickens. IS this anti foxism?

    I'm so utterly sick of everyone glossing this over.
     
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    We've all been learning how Islam does not differentiate between state and religious power, or would prefer they be the same.

    And I don't want to hear but they're not in charge of security. They have access to processes and data, that coul allow them to circumvent the security in place.

    Let's say they know what line items on container packing list will send a red flag for inspection. Could they change just that one item? Or tell people how to pack better on the other end.


    If you afraid of being called a nationalist, think of this as fighting AGAINST islamofascism.

    What happened to the good old days of not letting our enemies purchase our sea ports?

    EVERYTHING cannot be for sale. Can it?
     

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