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    leaked us military document warns of preparations to attack eurpoean satelittes - [Politics]
    Submitted by seraphim on 11/1/2004 3:45:20 PM 15 Comments

    oh my god, theyve finally done it, theyve come as close to declaring war on europe as possible. the gist of it (english word, google define:gist for more info) is that europe wants its own rival to GPS called "galileo" the US military are preparing plans to blow it out of the sky!!!!

    watch the video, i turned off autostart incase youve already een it it can slow down your conn if your on 56kbps... or on 3mbps it can still be irritating, but definately click on play, or ill shoot you, in the nuts/boobs respectively


    source: www.ircspy.com

    http://www.ircspy.com/default.asp#leaked us military document warns of preparations to attack eurpoean satelittes
    Last edited by George W Laden; 11-02-2004, 01:26 AM.
    what u lookin at SUGAR TITS!

  • #2
    hey thugaveli was right all along
    what u lookin at SUGAR TITS!

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    • #3
      come back with real news

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      • #4
        (readsmili
        (imwstupid

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        • #5
          how is this not news?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by The Head Hunter
            how is this not news?
            News that you don't want to be believe = Not real news

            News that you do want to believe = Real news
            "There’s nothing to kill anymore, there’s nothing to fight, nothing to overcome, nothing to explore. In that societal emasculation, this everyman is created."

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            • #7
              its gonna be STAR WARS...

              A long time ago in a galaxy far far away the Dark US empire forces attacked the europaen fedaration satelites with thier DEATHSTAR coz G 'Emperor' bush and his loyal sith sidekickTony 'Vader' Blair were set out to wipe out the little planet of baghdad but german and french jedis on the UN council tried to avert action...but got they satelites blown out by a satelite drve by

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              • #8
                'and stars shall fall from the sky'
                the last part of the 5th seal i didnt understand
                www.thedonkilluminati.com

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                • #9
                  (rev 6. and acts2:17)
                  www.thedonkilluminati.com

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                  • #10
                    lmao, wow u faggots have no life
                    Got enough bread
                    And mad hoes, ask Beavis I get nuttin' Butt-head
                    -Big L


                    They wanna know why I'm so fly
                    A girl ask me for a ring and I put one around her whole eye
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                    • #11
                      LMAO, conspiracy theory anyone? Get a fuckin life man, this shit ain't news, it's a fuckin joke lol.
                      Rob Schneider is one funny SOB! Here's a quote "Yeah, I think I've met half of the Auzzy troops here in Iraq, 5 of them" LMAO!

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                      • #12
                        Sometimes you have to expand your mind a little bit. I wouldn't have even considered any of this conspiracy shit until I read "Behold, A Pale Horse", by William Cooper. That book was fuckin' crazy.

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                        • #13
                          damn..now they have to hatch a new plan.
                          Dallas Cowboys



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                          • #14
                            The video isn't playing for me.

                            I found this article though.
                            http://www.rednova.com/news/display/?id=99217

                            US Threatens to Take Space War to a Third Dimension

                            THIRTY-FIVE years after Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon, delivering the US a decisive victory in its cold war with the Soviet Union, the world is sleepwalking into a new multi-billion dollar space race. This new struggle will see the European Union (EU) and China work together in a bid to wrest control of space from America; unsurprisingly, this has not gone down well in Washington, where top generals are openly talking of new Space Wars-style weapons capable of destroying enemy satellites.

                            The implications are hard to exaggerate: America's position as the world's only hyperpower is under attack, Nato will be consigned to history and the global economy put under huge strain. Bizarrely, however, few realise what is happening - and the British and European foreign policy establishments are always on hand to deny that anything untoward is going on.

                            So why is mastery of space so important? Satellites guide cars, trains and planes, help to reduce traffic jams, allow companies to contact their customers, help us manage bank accounts, monitor the environment, and have a host of other applications. Space is a big business that will grow and grow. Satellites are also very useful for the military. In its campaign in Ira,q US "smart" bombs and cruise missiles were guided towards their targets by signals from satellites.

                            Nuclear weapons are no longer enough: any country that wishes to be a major player in the 21st century - China, India, as well as a host of others, from Brazil to Pakistan - needs to have access to a reliable satellite system. At present, satellite positioning technology is provided only by the US, through its global positioning system (GPS) satellites. However, America's dominant position is being challenged by the EU, which is preparing a competing system called Galileo. A constellation of 30 satellites, it is projected to be fully operational by 2008.

                            As Richard North argues in an excellent Bruges Group paper, America's problem is not so much that Galileo will give a huge boost to the emerging EU military capability: Europe is now far too weak ever to risk a direct confrontation with the US.

                            The real source of tension is that Galileo will be made available to China and Russia and, in the future, any other country the EU chooses to befriend. In an amazingly reckless move, Brussels has already handed China a 20% stake in Galileo, and Chinese officials will be working in Brussels on the project.

                            At the moment, the US controls access to its GPS system: it can jam or turn off parts of it and remains able to disable any military receivers that fall into the wrong hands. With Galileo, however, the situation changes dramatically. The EU's system will be available to enemies of the US, and therefore outside its control.

                            In 2003, the EU agreed to move its encrypted signal off the frequency band that will soon be occupied by a new GPS military signal. In theory, this means that Washington could jam all satellite navigation signals in battle-zones, including Galileo's, while preserving its own - but to do so it would have to invest in new and very expensive equipment. And even if it eventually does do that, the EU could foil jamming attempts by rotating frequencies or by other means.

                            There is little doubt that the Chinese are investing heavily in satellite-guided weapons: the South China Sea is devoid of topographical landmarks, which means they have little choice. There is equally no doubt that uninterrupted use of Galileo would come in handy in any attack on Taiwan - China can't risk using a system that could be disabled by the Pentagon.

                            Last week, responding specifically to a front-page story in this newspaper, a spokesperson for the Chinese foreign ministry in Beijing denied that China was joining Galileo for military reasons. But a day later, an editorial in the pro-government China Daily, also citing The Business, told a different tale: "The US military has contingency plans for denying access to GPS signals to its enemies in specific areas of conflict. Galileo promises a more reliable and accurate service and uninterrupted access for all users, both civil and military The Pentagon should be fully mindful that the world will never accept 'serfdom' in space by relying solely on US GPS." Crucially, this reveals that China expects the EU never to turn off its satellites - even in wartime - confirming the Pentagon's worst fears.

                            With this kind of attitude from China, it is hardly surprising that the US Air Force (USAF) is hardening its views on military operations in space, as shown in its latest doctrine paper, Counterspace Operations, dated 2 August 2004. Counterspace operations is the respectable term for space wars: the definition given in the document is the "ways and means by which the Air Force achieves and maintains space superiority". As a foreword to the paper by General John Jumper explains, the USAF believes that "counter-space operations have defensive and offensive elements" and that it must be "prepared to deprive an adversary of the benefits of space capabilities when American interests and lives are at risk".

                            The document reproduces comments by Peter Teets, under-secretary of USAF, who refers to the risk of a Space Pearl Harbor. He argues that the first principle that should guide the US space programme is the "imperative to control the high ground" in space. The corollary is to deny this high ground to US adversaries - and that, he clearly implies, includes the EU and its allies in Galileo.

                            "What will we do 10 years from now when an adversary chooses to leverage the global positioning system or perhaps the Galileo constellation to attack American forces with precision?" he asks. The answer, the rest of this explosive report argues, is to engage in "offensive counter-space operations". These would target an enemy's space systems, terrestrial systems, links and - crucially - "third party space capability" (which almost certainly refers to the Galileo system if rented out to US enemies), using various "permanent and/or reversible means".

                            The "Five-Ds" - deception, disruption, denial, degradation and destruction - describe the range of desired effects when targeting an adversary's space systems. The last two would inflict permanent physical damage.

                            The USAF document lists some of the weapons that could be used, including direct ascent and co-orbital systems, space-based lasers to take out enemy satellites and special signal jammers, as well as the more conventional bombing of enemy satellite-control stations on earth. If all this reads like a Pentagon Christmas wish-list for "killer satellites", that's because it is. Provoked by the EU, the USAF now seems to be endorsing the use of kinetic energy and even explosive anti-satellite technologies - weapons systems that US officials have in the past denied pursuing.

                            There is little that can be done to stop this new arms race. Galileo will proceed as planned, as will China's involvement, and the US will gradually develop a new space arsenal. The biggest scandal of all, however, is the complete absence of any public debate on such an important issue - especially in the UK, which is a full member of Galileo. Does the British government know what it is doing?

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                            • #15
                              Okay, so the title of this thread is completely wrong. There are NO plans to blow up satelites... they are simply preparing for the worst so that America is capable of saying "if you loan Galileo to (insert enemy here), we will blow the holy fuck outta your satelites", period.

                              Sounds fair to me, I mean If we were to loan out our satelites to other countries for war purposes, we'ld expect their enemies to try takin them out right?

                              Don't fuck with us, we won't fuck with you. But you have to let them know that you're ready and willing to do the dirty if you have to, or they won't be in "check". Yah feel me?
                              Rob Schneider is one funny SOB! Here's a quote "Yeah, I think I've met half of the Auzzy troops here in Iraq, 5 of them" LMAO!

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