Discussion in 'Middle East - General' started by NATO AIR, Nov 2, 2004.
good stuff, could help us with china, north korea, iran, etc etc
Super---one less mission for our first wave of fighter bombers !
Interesting. But I can't for the life of me figure out why we would want to disable satellites of an enemy on a temporary basis and then let them resume operation later.
Oh wait - I think it just dawned on me. They're planning for the possibility that kerry might be president and has trouble deciding what he wants.
It is imperative that we extend our technological dominance to every theatre, and that most certainly includes space.
I would no sooner accept a Chinese spy satellite hovering above us than I would accept a traitor as the Commander-in-Chief.
To be sure this a provocative development. We could blind any number of nations simply to observe their response, and perhaps even attack them because of that response.
But there is only one true utilization of this technology, and that is deterence. Threaten us and we will blind you.
"Mess with the bull and you'll get the horns."
Many satalites are owned by our allies, and through contractual arraingements are accessible to our potential enemies. We would not want to be destroying these satalites, which serve many nations, simply to black out a target country for a few days. So it makes sense to be able to jam it without destroying it.
Also, if we start shooting down these satalites, our "allies" might shoot down some of ours in reprisal.
Ahhh... but you have. You have accepted a traitor to the principals of American democracy as your commander-in-chief already.
Listen, shut your fucking lying pie hole.
Haha, sometimes you crack me up wade.
Excellent, we can knock out any future advanced command and control system, Along with TIA, we have cast the net over the Globe, its sends a message to the rest of the world. Join US or else, resistance is futile.
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