I'm not allowed to talk about what I know - but understand this.
One day I will and all hell will break loose.
One can only hope that the Western world's intelligence agencies have been alerted to this dire threat to world order.
One cannot help wondering what it is that makes termites get so worked up about such trivia. It would appear to be a demonstration of Sayre's Law, which states that "in any dispute, the intensity of feeling is inversely proportional to the value of the issues at stake". The rule is generally used to explain why academic politics are so bitter, but the chess world seems an even better example. After all, threats of uncontrolled nuclear proliferation or terrorist attacks on iconic New York landmarks pale into insignificance, alongside Martin Page having three rated games at the 2010 Surrey Major (all of which he lost!) attributed to the wrong player...