Hmm Bruce are you going "European" on us?
Your headdress looks distinctly like a modern take on the French Beret, and you are wearing it "square on" (see wiki comment on this http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beret#section_3 )
With regards your comments in the article,
We made a mistake with Stuxnet: We traded a small short-term gain for a large longer-term loss.
This is not the first time the US has "shot from the hip" with "new technology", the biggie that most know is the use of nuclear weapons against Japan during WWII (which as it mainly targeted the civilian population is arguably a war crime).
Such action almost always leads to an escalation of weapons development and considerably greater destructive capability almost invariably follows. That treaty after treaty fails to stop. Worse the US is mostly seen by the rest of the world as hypocritical in it's future dealing with such technology. It condems the design and building of such weapons by other sovereign states whilst designing, building and stockpiling vast arrays of them on the ludicrous presumption it has to "maintain superiority" and that "it can be trusted" after having repeatedly and ususaly ineptly proved it cannot. Worse it then displays a "top table" attitude to other Sovereign nations that have provenly developed the capability, apparently failing to realise this only encourages other nations to build the weapons themselves.
It is thus the 'US Mentality to Foreign Affairs" that gives rise to "Hawks all the way" that should be of serious consideration for your comment,
For that reason, Stuxnet was a destabilizing and dangerous course of action.
I'm sure their are many Americans who will disagree with me on this, but if they do they realy should stop the "fortress mentality" viewpoint and try putting themselves in the shoes of others and walking their path for a mile or two. That is to try standing on the outside and looking in.
As has once been observed the difference between a Fortress and a Prison is mainly the viewpoint. The purpose of the buildings is the same which is to exclude those inside from the general society outside, and thus ties the insiders to a known position that has little or no ability to change.