Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Nobody expects the Swedish Inquisition

You know, it's time to get back to Carl Bildt's mink. Carl was in charge of Sweden when he found Russian submarines, like, everywhere, some of which, maybe all of which, were mink. It's a good start.

Then, Carl got involved with the RAND Corporation, arguably a branch of the American military, and a thermonuclear opponent of mink.

Now, Carl is Sweden's Minister for Foreign Affairs in an Age of Terror, aloof presumably from the mad effort of...somebody... in Sweden to treat Julian Assange as a dangerous enemy of the state. As Tom Flanagan said, somebody should take this guy out.

Does Carl still have friends at RAND? Informal contacts? Consultancies?