WikiLeaks' Assange under threat? | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, January 17, 2011 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, January 17, 2011

WikiLeaks' Assange under threat?

An article on the matter written by Sherwood Ross was published in the pages of a local daily on 4th January. It started with the possibility of "covert action" upon Mr. Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks. It was an interesting reading, not about Assange, but on the violent and bloody deeds of CIA. It summarises CIA's "pious" deeds in a large number of countries. Some of the recent and most visible and violent deeds cover the following countries: Bolivia, Congo, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Iran and Philippines!
Given the activities of CIA, I was curious to find out what words and expressions can be derived from the acronym CIA. I came up with some interesting combination of words!
Beginning with the official name Criminal Investigation Agency, we can just change the 'C' of 'Criminal' to stand for Chinese, Cambodian, Canadian and Chilean among others! Back home we can call it Chittagong, Comilla and such. For the 'I', we can have Indian, Iranian, Israeli and Icelandic among others. Let's now go to the 'A' of the agency. For this we can easily substitute: Authority, Assembly, Association and Agency appear to be the most suitable.
Many interesting group of words can be formed from the famous (or infamous) acronym CIA; I draw the attention of interested readers and many students among them, who can change the abbreviation of CIA into many more interesting permutation and combination of words!

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