Article Overview:   TerrorHunting can be done in any place at any time.   Clayton New York, a small community guarded by hundreds of islands roosting in the St. Lawrence Seaway, is just one place to find Vigilance at war with Terrorism.


Tuesday--September 2, 2003—Ground Zero Plus 720
TerrorHunting Along The St. Lawrence Seaway.
Cliff McKenzie
   Editor, New York City Combat Correspondent News

GROUND ZER0, New York, N.Y.--Sep 2, 2003-- TerrorHunting is both an art and science.   You can find both Vigilance and Terrorism just about anywhere at anytime.
       Vigilance is about hunting down Terrorism.  Sometimes that means you have to turn over rocks and look below the surface of land and water.  But, if you look with Vigilant Eyes, you will find Terrorism lurking, coiled, ready to strike.

I'll be searching for the Beast of Terror on an island in the middle of the St. Lawrence Seaway

        For the next few days I'll be incommunicado, on an island in the middle of the St. Lawrence Seaway, searching for the Beast of Terror.
        He'll be there, somewhere.
        It's a retreat of sorts with an old friend.
        We'll review the elements of TerrorHunting.
        Where does the Beast like to lurk?   Why?  How can he be tripped up.
        My friend is a big game hunter.   He's an expert stalker who believes one should hunt like the hunted, not the hunter, for the hunter always has the advantage over the hunter.
        The Beast of Terror is like that.
        He will nestle up to the armpits of Fear, Intimidation and Complacency and appear as though he just a human emotion rather than an insidious cancer gnawing at the soul of human dignity.
        When he has infected his host enough, he attacks, crippling his prey and then moving on to cripple another and another.

There are TerrorHunters in Clayton, New York

         He has little challenge until he meets a TerrorHunter.
        Then he roars and hisses and enflames himself into the monster he is, using his Triad of Terrorism to weaken the resolve of the Terror Hunter.
        When the Terror Hunter won't kneel to the Fear, Intimidation and Complacency of the Beast, the Beast will run and hide and wait for the TerrorHunter to move on.
          That's the Beast's biggest mistake.
          A smart TerrorHunter only makes the Beast think he has moved on, that he has let down his Shield of Vigilance, sheathed his Sword of Vigilance.
         That's what Clayton, New York is all about.
         I'll be there dissecting the Beast, examining his entrails, making him think I've gone away from my post.

I'll scan the horizon with a Vigilant Eye

         But I'll have my hand on the hilt of the Sword of Vigilance, and keep my Vigilant Eyes scanning the horizon for any shadows, any bumps in the night.
         I'll report back in a couple of days.
         In the interim, keep your Shield and Sword of Vigilance at the ready.  Expect the unexpected.
         Cliff McKenzie, Editor


Sep 1--The Labor Of Vigilance

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