“Once the next general elections is over, we hope he would have found a steady job by then.”
This line of sentence that one should be give a lot of thinking.
Is it worth it? Is it really “justice”?
“Loose Talk Could Sink This Ship”
“The Walls Have Ears”
The above are among reminders you would normally see then in a military establishment. Whether or not these reminders are being repeated today remains to be answered. At least such reminders should be repeated in all courses attended by military personnel.
Back in the 1970s, at the height of the Second Emergency, soldiers got killed after wives talked eagerly in public about the husbands going for operations against communist terrorists. Mind you, wives and children are the only people in any military establishment that are never vetted by security agencies.
One such wife was even employed as a typist at one military establishment. For years she mailed the carbon papers of each important military correspondence to the intelligence service of a neighbouring country before she was arrested.
In the late 1980s, 10 officers and men of the Armed Forces were…
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