Sweden ends its search for the unmentionable
This morning the Swedish defence solemnly called off its search for whatever it thought it was searching.
That was what was predicted in TFF PressInfo # 285 two days ago:
”For the above reasons the Swedish military will soon call off the whole thing and the affair will have served its purpose — precisely by not stating what it was, who it was or why it was. Or if it was.
What the purpose of the event may be remains to be revealed at some point in the future. Or perhaps never if — the purpose was fearology for increased militarisation.
Somebody somewhere knows what’s going on. And they put citizens’ security at risk for purposes they would never tell you.”
(No Swedish media showed any interest in this PressInfo).
Admittedly it is difficult — very difficult — to find a smaller object and bring it up in daylight — not to speak of handling the problem that may entail with a foreign country.
But not being able or willing to say a word to the public about what it was leaves behind (together with a couple of farcical mistakes) an impression of incompetence.
Investigate the military’s performance
The Swedish people have right to know and not in a language Ã la ”probable, credible indications of underwater activity by objects about which we make the preliminary — since investigations are ongoing — judgement that…and that is what the limits of operation secrecy permit us to state at this point.”
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