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Military Hires Kids And Dolphins




The British government is now hiring talented Xbox generation teenage gamers to form the backbone of the country’s future cyber security service.

Higher education is not necessary. Teen apprentices get advanced resident cyber warfare training.


The military use of children takes three distinct forms: children can take direct part in hostilities (child soldiers), or they can be used in support roles such as porters, spies, messengers, look outs; or they can be used for political advantage either as human shields or in propaganda.

Throughout history and in many cultures, children have been extensively involved in military campaigns. The Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers reports that the use of children in military forces, and the active participation of children in armed conflicts is widespread.


For thousands of years, innocent animals have been used by the ruling powers for war - horses, elephants, dogs and dolphins.

The US Navy trains dolphins to seek and destroy. Wearing explosives, trusting and innocent dolphins have been trained to seek out enemy mines and vessels. The dolphin and the target is then blown up by remote control. When the Navy started "secret" dolphin research, early reports of their plans quickly leaked out and people were appalled that these trusting, innocent creatures would be exploited and destroyed - but the navy went on with the program and training.

From 1960 to 1989, the US Navy is known to have exploited 240 dolphins. They include atlantic bottlenose dolphins, pacific white-sided dolphins, belugas, killer whales, pilot whales, false killer whales and even sea lions.

The dolphins have been turned into Kamikaze torpedoes. It has been reported by many ex-navy trainers that the dolphins were beaten, kicked and mistreated. Twenty percent of the dolphins escape each year many still with muzzles on their snouts or rostrums that prevent them from eating. , or trained to attach magnetic explosives to the bottom of enemy ships. Dolphins are also being trained in the swimmer nullification program, where a long, hollow hypodermic needle is placed over the snout of the dolphin for injecting compressed CO² into e enemy frogmen, the pressurized gas forcing the frogman's internal organs out of his body orifices.

The US Navy now has at least 130 dolphins and a number of other marine mammals at its main bases in Hawaii, San Diego and Key West. The dolphins are caught by one of the largest dolphin-catchers called Marine Mammal Productions Inc. (MAP) in Gulfport, Mississippi and then brought to Seaco Inc. in San Diego where they recieve basic training. From here they are dispatched to the naval bases for intensive training.

Dolphin experts now say that Navy research is now focused on using the dolphins for their echolocation to detect long-range nuclear missiles, and there is a growing fear that the Russians, who have also exploited dolphins abilities for warfare purposes may use the animals to counter-attack the Americans. All this has led the US Navy to investigate devices which can jam the sonar of these "enemy dolphins" to protect its own interests.

There are fears that the military deployment of dolphins will escalate and there is already evidence that the Navy has invested $1 million into expanding its marine mammal research program. Dolphins are capable of making repeated deep dives without experiencing "the bends" or decompression sickness as do human divers.

The Navy has spent $30 million on its dolphin program during the Reagon Administration. The use of dolphins for war has the potential to put wild dolphin populations at risk. This operation can lead to the indiscriminate killing of dolphins. Dolphins in an area where there is naval activity, run the risk of being killed - who's to know whose side they're on?


Speaking recently at Britain's WWII code-breaking headquarters at Bletchley Park, Foreign Secretary William Hague announced the recruitment of 100 young talents for the Single Intelligence Account governmental cyber security program “to ensure that Britain remains a world leader in cyber security and a pre-eminent safe space for e-commerce and intellectual property online."

The program implies selection of the best 18-year-old candidates among promising techno geeks with proven science, technology, engineering and even video gaming backgrounds. The chosen ones will be taught for two years how to wage cyber warfare, “field working” included, at De Montfort University in Leicester. The talents will eventually get a Level 4 diploma in IT, software, telecommunications and web.The program graduates will be employed at Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ), Britain's electronic surveillance agency, as well as at MI5 and MI6 intelligence services.

The new cyber security program of the British government does not limit itself to school leavers. An announced “national cipher challenge" competition will help to push talented schoolboys towards enhanced studying of mathematics and IT.


According to media reports former hackers are already working for the British government. Starting from 2009 a group of net runners is reportedly tackling cyber threats at the Cyber Security Operations Center, residing at GCHQ headquarters in Cheltenham. Now it appears a fresh blood is going to be added to their efforts to expand Center’s activities.

The Foreign Secretary explained at Bletchley Park that “Today we are not at war, but I see evidence every day of deliberate, organized attacks against intellectual property and government networks in the United Kingdom from cyber criminals or foreign actors with the potential to undermine our security and economic competitiveness.”

Earlier this year the MI5 counterintelligence Director-General Jonathan Evans warned of cyber espionage against Britain reaching an “industrial” scale. As an example he mentioned the case of an unnamed London-listed company which lost 800 million pounds (US$1.28 billion) as the result of a cyber attack from abroad.

The efforts of the Foreign Office to harness the Xbox generation, which has grown up in social networks and online gaming, might prove fruitful. It is no secret that those youngsters who are deep into cybernetics find it stimulating to match wits with other “enthusiasts”.

Being at Her Majesty's Service gives a “special agent” certain privileges. These days it could be not a classic of the genre license to kill, but the priceless ability to act above the draconian cyber security laws being adopted worldwide, including in the UK. The cyber sword can cut both ways.

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