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No one is really surprised that Pakistan’s I.S.I. (Inter-Services Intelligence) was playing on both the American and the Taliban sides. Just look at that acronym. There’s one “I” on one side of the “S” and one “I” on the other. Talk about building double agency and split personality directly into the organization. And what does “Inter-Services” mean anyway? How can you trust an intelligence agency with the prefix “inter” — like INTERstate, and INTERnational, and coitus INTERruptus. You have to know any secrets you share with the ISI are going to be INTERcommunicated with the other “Services” which probably include the Taliban’s Sadistic Human INTERment Teams (SHITs). Anyway, ISI is the least trustworthy spy agency acronym in history.

Look at ISI’s  opposite palindrome acronym, S.I.S., the intelligence service for the United Kingdom. Only one “I”: the Intelligence safely tucked between the Secret and the Service. You never see double agents coming out of England. Just ask Kim Philby.

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