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Chairman-Mao said:
ConnorJCP said:
Chairman-Mao said:
ConnorJCP said:
Joelcool7 said:
Galaki said:
Joelcool7 said:

terrorist organisations and rival governments like Russia.


Russia is a terrorist organization, I see.


Nope but they definatly aren't our ally. They keep flying bombers into our air space. Or at least nearly into our air space. Just a few months ago we had to scramble our fighters to intercept two Russian bombers and keep them out of our air space. The Government of course said they weren't a threat and claimed they did not know why Russian bombers would be entering our airspace.

But security analysts think that Russia is testing our air defences. They also flew bombers over Taiwan and other countries. Them knowing our countries weaknesses in my mind is not good. Infact any country studying my countries weaknesses or knowing my countries weaknesses is not good in my books.

How can it possibly be a good thing for other countries to know all your weaknesses?

I can imagine how that went down.

Russian Pilot 1: We are approcahing Canadian Air-space.
Russian Pilot 2: Hold it! We have received information that Canada has scrambled all its Bi-planes!
Russian Pilot 1: What! They have Bi-planes! Lets turn back while we still can!
Russian Pilot2: Roger That.

Canadian Pilot: Well that was easy, eh?


http://www.airforce.forces.gc.ca/v2/equip/cf18/index-eng.asp

There's Canada's "bi-plane" for you, dumbass.  

I'm pretty sure this is the Canadian Air Force's main fighting plane.



I must admit though, there good painters.

Okay its actually the CF-188 hornet but whatever...


So you agree with me then?



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There are NO sensitive infos posted by Wikileaks!

Is there any info about Israel?

Its just a lot of bla bla bla...to entertain- if you want or not.

At the moment it seems to be a C... 



 

 

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MrBubbles said:

you know im starting to think that terrorist is a pretty accurate description of assange.


Knowledge as a weapon of terror?

I look forward to Al Qaeda's suicide squad of primary school teachers threatening us with flash cards and book reports. Do as we say or we will furnish you with information and understanding! Here's hoping our security forces can keep us safely ignorant.

I remember when we used to make fun of fascists and communists and theocracies and dictators for being afraid of books and knowledge. Apparently, now truth is so threatening it even endangers the societies of free, democratic nations. When will our leaders make us safe from the truth?

As for the OP, I'm not at all surprised that the US has plans on Canada's strategic weaknesses. That's just their military being prepared for any contingency. Just diligence, nothing personal. I'm sure they have similar plans for each and every country where they have strategic interests.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Plan_Red



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ConnorJCP said:
Chairman-Mao said:
ConnorJCP said:
Chairman-Mao said:
ConnorJCP said:
Joelcool7 said:
Galaki said:
Joelcool7 said:

terrorist organisations and rival governments like Russia.


Russia is a terrorist organization, I see.


Nope but they definatly aren't our ally. They keep flying bombers into our air space. Or at least nearly into our air space. Just a few months ago we had to scramble our fighters to intercept two Russian bombers and keep them out of our air space. The Government of course said they weren't a threat and claimed they did not know why Russian bombers would be entering our airspace.

But security analysts think that Russia is testing our air defences. They also flew bombers over Taiwan and other countries. Them knowing our countries weaknesses in my mind is not good. Infact any country studying my countries weaknesses or knowing my countries weaknesses is not good in my books.

How can it possibly be a good thing for other countries to know all your weaknesses?

I can imagine how that went down.

Russian Pilot 1: We are approcahing Canadian Air-space.
Russian Pilot 2: Hold it! We have received information that Canada has scrambled all its Bi-planes!
Russian Pilot 1: What! They have Bi-planes! Lets turn back while we still can!
Russian Pilot2: Roger That.

Canadian Pilot: Well that was easy, eh?


http://www.airforce.forces.gc.ca/v2/equip/cf18/index-eng.asp

There's Canada's "bi-plane" for you, dumbass.  

I'm pretty sure this is the Canadian Air Force's main fighting plane.



I must admit though, there good painters.

Okay its actually the CF-188 hornet but whatever...


So you agree with me then?


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famousringo said:
MrBubbles said:

you know im starting to think that terrorist is a pretty accurate description of assange.


Knowledge as a weapon of terror?

I look forward to Al Qaeda's suicide squad of primary school teachers threatening us with flash cards and book reports. Do as we say or we will furnish you with information and understanding! Here's hoping our security forces can keep us safely ignorant.

I remember when we used to make fun of fascists and communists and theocracies and dictators for being afraid of books and knowledge. Apparently, now truth is so threatening it even endangers the societies of free, democratic nations. When will our leaders make us safe from the truth?

As for the OP, I'm not at all surprised that the US has plans on Canada's strategic weaknesses. That's just their military being prepared for any contingency. Just diligence, nothing personal. I'm sure they have similar plans for each and every country where they have strategic interests.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Plan_Red

 

If you have gained any benefit of whats been released then you must be from the taliban or some other group of terrorists.  had fun tracking down all the afghan informants listed in the first releases and murdering them? it had names and locations for them, so it must have been easy.   how are you enjoying your new shopping lists of "vital" targets, too? 

for anyone else, there is no information of any import.  there are no actual secrets revealed.  just a bunch of shit to try and embarass the US and make international diplomacy even harder.



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Those damn Russian spies!



Joelcool7 said:
Galaki said:
Joelcool7 said:

terrorist organisations and rival governments like Russia.


Russia is a terrorist organization, I see.


Nope but they definatly aren't our ally. They keep flying bombers into our air space. Or at least nearly into our air space. Just a few months ago we had to scramble our fighters to intercept two Russian bombers and keep them out of our air space. The Government of course said they weren't a threat and claimed they did not know why Russian bombers would be entering our airspace.

But security analysts think that Russia is testing our air defences. They also flew bombers over Taiwan and other countries. Them knowing our countries weaknesses in my mind is not good. Infact any country studying my countries weaknesses or knowing my countries weaknesses is not good in my books.

How can it possibly be a good thing for other countries to know all your weaknesses?


That's nigh-on a weekly occurrence in the UK! We even manage to get photos!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1278580/RAF-warplanes-intercept-Russian-nuclear-bombers-month.html



Oh... based on the thread title I thought this was about the Toronto Maple Leafs



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I see nothing to be worried about in these reports.  Listing the Afghani informants was a bit too much, but there's nothing critical about international locations deemed strategical vital to the US economy.  These aren't the places where terrorists would want to attack, and there are a lot of reasons why the US wouldn't want other nations to know about these lists.  None of this really changes diplomacy with these countries, as tehy would have evaluated the same areas for strategic purposes and the only thing they could do with this information out is make new demands in regards to trade with the US.



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ConnorJCP said:
Chairman-Mao said:


http://www.airforce.forces.gc.ca/v2/equip/cf18/index-eng.asp

There's Canada's "bi-plane" for you, dumbass.  

I'm pretty sure this is the Canadian Air Force's main fighting plane.



I must admit though, there good painters.

Actually, we use Canadian geese. Much cheaper, they breed like crazy, and a two or three bird crew can take down anything in the air (even commercial planes...if it ever gets to that point).