The only solution is to go and blow up another country. Do it quickly.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
O.o, wow... what did they do with the information they got? Was it done on purpose or what? xD But dam!!!
The Chinese are not our Buddies. Take a look at THIS interesting article.
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Super Dave:The Chinese are not our Buddies.
Agreed,........They would physically destroy us if they thought that they could actually do so. (they can't yet) So they're slowly doing it financially until we're too weak to keep our defensive forces supplied and ready. Then they'll attack us bit by bit, profusely apologizing each time for the 'mistake' through diplomatic channels.
By then, they'll be ready for anything with their huge manufacturing base. (a huge manufacturing base being how we defeated Germany and Japan in WW2)
The biggest mistake we ever made was allowing American companies to move operations out of country with no penalty.
"The biggest mistake we ever made was allowing American companies to move operations out of country with no penalty."
We didn't allow US companies out, both major parties purposely imposed laws and regulations that created disincentives to maintaining an industrial base. There has also been a push by the the UN and globalists to deindustrialize the Western world, knowing all along it would ruin us financially.
The below audio clips are directly from the power brokers mouths who helped engineer this:
I totally agree; however, I see something else happening too. The loss of yet more freedoms like the freedom to share information over the internet i.e. The bill in Congress allowing our government to shut down whatever servers they deem as necessary. It almost sounds like this could be a strategic move on China's part to give our politicians the motivation to pass yet another law to squash more freedoms and rights for national security.
The other thing I would like to know is how did they manage to do this? I'm still a newbie to networking but, with the amount of data they were dealing with would have been difficult to control. If anyone could explain it I would definitely like to know.
a750gixr:If anyone could explain it I would definitely like to know.
It's here: http://arstechnica.com/security/news/2010/11/how-china-swallowed-15-of-net-traffic-for-18-minutes.ars
Thank you, for the link. It explains in general how they hijacked the data. It's going to take me a while to read the 300 page document posted though.. but good information!
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