By A Vyshinsky
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You’re a sweetheart. I love you. No, it’s real love—Romeo and Juliet stuff. ” He made a big, smacking kiss noise. On his television screen, Al Craik shot the sniper for the fifteenth time. USS Thomas Jefferson. Jack Geelin, Marine captain of the Jefferson’s thirty-man detachment, had a message thrust into his hand in the p’way as he made his way forward toward the flag deck. ” The lieutenant-commander was already hurrying down toward frame 133 and the intel center. Geelin broke into a trot, trying to read as he went, dodging people hurrying the other way.
It occurred to Alan that the hundred-foot Kenyan patrol boat carried a potent surface-to-surface missile that he hoped they wouldn’t decide to use in these close quarters. As if in answer, the boat could be heard to back its engines, bringing it to a stop, and at once a 20mm repeating cannon opened up. Instinctively, Alan ducked, but he heard the rounds hit behind him and knew that the Kenyans had solved the problem of the sniper in the warehouse: they had taken out what was left of every window in the wall—and the wall, as well.
White, the cook, had patched them up, but there was blood on the deck, and one man was pumping blood from an almost severed leg despite a tourniquet. ” White was saying. ” He looked down at the blood that was spreading slowly over the chipped gray paint of the deck. “Anyway, we can’t use local blood. ” The black man stared at him. What Alan had said didn’t register. ” He glanced back toward the dock, but the tilt of the deck hid everything; he saw only thin, gray cloud. ” Alan gripped his big upper arm.
Against preparations for a new war--for a five-power peace pact;: Speech at United Nations Political Committee on November 16, 1949 by A Vyshinsky