"New jobs for secret police (KGB, Stasi)" joke

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[This was forwarded to me by a co-worker and is reportedly an...]
Excerpt from The Sunday Press, Dublin, 25-Aug-1991
Apropos recent events, in case you're wondering what will become
of all the unemployed KGB men in the event of a change of regime in
the USSR, I was talking to a German friend recently and asked him
what had become of all the former Stasi secret policement of East
Germany.
"Oh they're all taxi drivers now," he said, "it was the obvious
solution."
"Why is that?" I asked.
"Simple," he said, "you just give them your name-and they know
where you live."

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