Stark : LSD Revolution

Stark : LSD Revolution

>Meet Ronald Stark : the man up to deal L.S.D. Traffic for U.S. Intel :


“…revolutions are not won by enlisting the masses. Revolution is a science for the few who are competent to practice it. It depends on correct organisation and above all,
on communications.”
Robert Heinlen

>Ronald Stark had been working with US intelligence agencies for at least 9 years by the time of his most infamous moment, a legendary meeting with the “hippie mafia” drug syndicate called The Brotherhood of Eternal Love. They were looking for a new supplier and Stark kicked off the meeting by showing them a kilogram of liquid LSD — for US readers, that’s 2.2 pounds of acid. Needless to say, his resume was persuasive. He claimed to have a dedicated lab in France, but it’s his political philosophy that really makes Stark such an interesting character:

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>UPDATE : Here’s the insanely complicated process needed to launch the most powerful nuclear warhead

>UPDATE : America’s nuclear arsenal still runs off of 8-inch floppy discs

Goodbye Yarynich Soviets and ICBM


But since the hysteria is only going to increase over the next week, as a “Super-Committee” of legislators wheezes to meet its Nov. 23 deadline for cutting the federal budget, it’s time to compile a list of the most lunatic, paranoid, factually challenged, intelligence-insulting predictions on offer about the dire impact of defense cuts. Do it for grandma.


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