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Top Secret Nuclear info revealed by Republicans on Internet

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posted on Nov, 3 2006 @ 10:01 AM

Wait, John Kerry isnt to blame? LOL Party of National Security my ass..
Where's Lynne Cheney and Tony Snow and John Bohner? Seems to me thats emboldening the enemy and not wanting us to win in the War on Terror.
I really want jihadists to know how to make Nuclear Firing Reactors on the web.

Jesus, you can't make this stuff up. And this confirms what I know: Hoekstra and Santorum are bumbling oafs.

Analyze that evidence live on the internet. Yea, great plan for national security.
I remember *some* on here were making thumbs up on Santorum's and Hoekstra's dumping sensitive Iraqi intelligence documents on the net. Why did I have a humorous premonition that Santorum flashing a classified document on FOX tv would be the tip of the iceberg of this debacle?

Emboldening the enemy to make Nuclear WMD's. That's just classic patriotism. That's all that is. Kerry has to be involved somehow,blast it all!! " Long tail cat and a Room full of creaking rocking chairs" No, it's another GOP puppet duo. Pete & Rick...
What maroons. And why did they do this? All to score brownie points for the talking stump speech of National Security and War on Terror.

Pete:Hey Rick, we gonna be national heroes. And we aint gonna have to keep brewing that moonshine no mo

Rick: Yep, I reckon we won't

Pete: Im so happy I could kiss ya Rick. WMD Hot damn

Rick:Better not cuz that's like having sexual relations wit a hound dog
(spits tobacco into a tin cup

Pete: You got some brains on you Rick. You tolez me we would hit the jackpot. And we sure did. We'z found the motherload

Rick: Yep, I know. President Santorum, got a nice ring to it. Uh oh better watch out here comes them thar wraiths looking for our WMD secrets from Middle Earth. I know! Will put it on the internets!

Squaredance music plays)

mod edit: bb code

[edit on 3-11-2006 by sanctum]

[edit on 3-11-2006 by sanctum]

posted on Nov, 3 2006 @ 10:03 AM
Couldn't find a link to the site hosting the docs.

Can you provide one?

posted on Nov, 3 2006 @ 10:06 AM
I wonder who paid them big bux to leak this info covering it up as a "whoops".

If they didn't get alot of money for it, they are idiots for really making an oops of this scale and magnitude.

posted on Nov, 3 2006 @ 10:43 AM
You are usuing the new york times as a source. The most trusted name for al qaeda terrorists.

The New York time giving you the news straight from the leaked classified government papers.

posted on Nov, 3 2006 @ 08:18 PM
I was looking to put on that story myself and checked carefully before posting (I hate that mod intervening: Thread Closed!) and it was there.

I would have viewed it from another perspective though.

Here is a link that's open

US shuts website after nuclear instructions go online
The American government has closed down a website it created this year after inadvertently uploading information that could be used for building a nuclear bomb.
The site was set up in March as a showcase for reams of Iraqi documents captured during the war. The idea came from congressional Republicans who wanted to use the internet to highlight the threat posed by Saddam Hussein.

But the plan appears to have backfired when the site posted documents that amounted to a basic guide to building a nuclear bomb. The Bush administration closed down the website last night after questions were raised by the New York Times.

So the government put its foot in the mouth - that's really what it's all about.

By the way, anybody know the URL? Might find it in the way-back-machine.

posted on Nov, 3 2006 @ 08:36 PM
It was the Bush government who set this web site up, " The gang that couldn't shoot straight ha ha ha


These specific dozen documents–they did have a blue print for making bombs and those technical documents could have been helpful to terrorists…The net affect would likely be that it would hurt the administration because it shows that they—once again—were the gang that couldn't shoot straight!—they forced the Intelligence community to do something that the experts didn't want to do and the President himself overruled John Negroponte on.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Oh My
Last March, the federal government set up a Web site to make public a vast archive of Iraqi documents captured during the war. The Bush administration did so under pressure from Congressional Republicans who said they hoped to “leverage the Internet” to find new evidence of the prewar dangers posed by Saddam Hussein.
Last night, the government shut down the Web site after The New York Times asked about complaints from weapons experts and arms-control officials. A spokesman for the director of national intelligence said access to the site had been suspended “pending a review to ensure its content is appropriate for public viewing.”
The documents, roughly a dozen in number, contain charts, diagrams, equations and lengthy narratives about bomb building that nuclear experts who have viewed them say go beyond what is available on the Internet and in other public forums. For instance, the papers give detailed information on how to build nuclear firing circuits and triggering explosives, as well as the radioactive cores of atom bombs.

posted on Nov, 4 2006 @ 10:41 AM
what a suprise the new york post.

posted on Nov, 4 2006 @ 11:00 AM
Clever stuff by the republicans...
A leak here,a leak there.

Great way to ensure a future confrontation with someone who decides to use these plans.

This article reinforces my belief that Bushco want chaos.
No government is stupid enough to let this sort of information out by accident.
This leak was planned IMO.
The neo cons actually want "terrorists" to get the bomb.

It goes like this...

That night in the whitehouse...

Rummy to bush: "Dang it George,we sold Nuclear components to Iran and North Korea,and they still ain`t figured out how to make a proper bomb!!"

Bush:"I know Donny baby,they are retarded aren`t they?What do they want us to do-leak the entire plans onto the internets or what?"

Rummy: "Now hang on George,you could be onto something there..."

posted on Nov, 4 2006 @ 12:11 PM

Originally posted by spinstopshere
You are usuing the new york times as a source. The most trusted name for al qaeda terrorists.

The New York time giving you the news straight from the leaked classified government papers.

So what paper should I trust? Washington Times? Free Republic Gazette? World Net Daily? Minute Men BorderPhobia weekly? All papers are partisan in their own respected ways.

You just gave me a weak talking point about a newspaper being for the terrorists.
Is this really mature to make a sentiment like that? Are we 12 year olds?

You really don't get it do you? These documents were not redacted. NONE of it. Let that marinate in your mind.

They just did a dump on a site worse than any "Memo" or intelligence estimate ever could. Imagine if the Democrats did that. The conservative spin machine would never stop. The sound would be deafening for the news cycles. These are thousands of pages and your party and world view made this possible. All because of what ?Fear You havent learned anything from Eisenhower who is a real republican.

This showed how to build firing circuits and among other nuclear secrets . And you still want to believe spinstopshere like some pseudo O'Reilly that the Left is bad on national security. It's just mind boggling.

In other words, Spin Stops here:

This could be treason from your ilk and all you can do is roll over and talk like a male ann coulter. To quote those guys in the Guiness commercial: "Brilliant!"

You are picking virtual Ass Clowns for National Security. And the reason you are is because of your contempt for the Left. We tried it your way, Spinstopshere. But guess what? This party in power is a complete failure. Even the architects of the Iraq war policy are denouncing this administration and fleeing for the hills.

And also notice more conservatives are angered over "Stuck in Iraq" over nuclear freaking secrets. I love it. Keep the hypocrisy coming.

WHO did your party choose to be the great Terror avengers? Santorum, Pat Roberts,
and Hoekstra. I can't make this stuff up. It just writes it itself. The Kicker: Half of it was in arabic. This is the net goof to end all net goofs. Why they could just do a screenshot and win zip it and need no translator. New York Times or National Enquirer I could care less who did a story on it as long as it's credible. The point is this GOP hypocrisy that the Left emboldens the "Enemy"

IAEA redacted the documents and Santorum Freedom Fighters didn't. These people are clinically insane. And all can I keep thinking about is Dr Strangelove film. It's so pathetic that they rushed everything so they could find that needle in the haystack where the Wmd's were. Syria! That's it. Fire up the Fighter jets! We did it WOO HOO! America Number #1!

I keep saying it and it's gonna hurt alot people on this forum but Life isn't a episode of 24. You aren't Kiefer and this isn't how the world works. And you are going to learn the hard way it seems. America is not the center of the universe.

If we do attack any other middle eastern country with bomb runs, this country will pay for in ways we can't possibly fathom for generations to come. We will have to look at yourself in the mirror constantly and ask yourself "What have I become" If we haven't already.

These "CHUCKLEHEADS" aren't patriots. And if it was Hillary, Ted Kennedy or Kerry the insults and declarations of resignations wouldn't come fast enough from the Right Sound Machine on the Radio and Tv. YOU know it and I know it.

Negroponte even objected to it. There were documents on how to make chemical and biological weapons as well. But those aren't WMD's. It's just a document from Pre Gulf War days that further exempifies the incompetence to this administration and it's war on terror pundits.

And can we please get away from this 12 year old rhetoric of "Do you want us to win? Why are you sympathetic to the Terrorists?

posted on Nov, 4 2006 @ 12:33 PM
So, the US wants to go after these country because of pre gulf war documents. First of all we dont know if the documents were fake and although they may have layed out the outlines for planning a nuclear bomb when we invaded iraq there was no significant evidence that they had those capabilities in particular.

The documents could be leaked out to supporting other governments... but if we were going to do that... it's not like the docuemnts being released are going to change what these countries are doing. Their military instillation will continue to increase in production.

If you think that the atomic bomb is a secret to no other country then you'd better think again... if documents such as these were available before the gulf war the other countries probably have the necessary intelligence already.


So much for that.

posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 10:53 AM

Originally posted by MRGERBIK

Originally posted by spinstopshere
You are usuing the new york times as a source. The most trusted name for al qaeda terrorists.

The New York time giving you the news straight from the leaked classified government papers.

So what paper should I trust? Washington Times? Free Republic Gazette? World Net Daily? Minute Men BorderPhobia weekly? All papers are partisan in their own respected ways.

You don't have to trust all the ones i read

The New York Times is not the most credible newspaper in this situation no matter what.

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