Tuesday, March 07, 2006

When the Nuke Comes to Port--an Update

On March 2, I posted this about a new company named Allied International Development, Ltd., who have developed a new method to build a "port" twenty-five miles off-shore where robots would board a ship and scan or othewise inspect every single container while the containers were still on board.

The head of Allied International Development, Robert Pfriendler, left a comment on that post. I have exchanged e-mails with him. I am satisfied that his company does exist, and that his proposal is everything he says it is. Here is an excerpt from his last communication:

While I appreciate your interest is gaining further insight into our project and its technologies, unfortunately we cannot release any additional information about the system capabilities, tactics or planned usage for obvious reasons.
He also said that WorldNetDaily would have another report on his new offshore inspection proposal. Watch for it! I will.

In the meantime, if you haven't yet called your Senators and Representative, please do so now. Tell them to hold this Dubai Ports World deal until we get the answers we need. And while you're at it, ask them why the Allied proposal did not get the attention it deserves.


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