As I previously wrote concerning politics in the America, it is more interesting to read then about politics here in Canada. By reading what is reported by the media in the USA for the last few years, I soon discovered that that the enemies of the USA don’t have to send spies to that country to find out what they want to know. All they have to do is to read the news. They will get all the news about the deployment of troops and to what country and how many troops will be pulled out of a certain country by a certain year and roughly how many troops will be left in those countries.That's a lot of information for free.
This is just like when Assad was supposed to be attacked because of the weapons he was using on his own citizens. It was reported that he was going to be attacked by American ships, what they were armed with and that these ships were already in place. sharing that information beforehand just seems plain stupid.
If you want to launch cyber attacks on the American power grid, apparently it isn't hard to find out how to do it. Isn't that a comforting thought? The USA makes it too easy for it's enemies, and that's why I say there's no need for spies. Unless you are the USA, then your spies can't seem to get any good information at all. How long did it take to get Bin Laden?
At least the American military is well prepared. Wait, they're actually not?
This could become handy for the enemy. Without the grid a lot of things wouldn’t work especially when needed in an attacked. Does anyone remember when Israel was equipped with the anti-missile Patriot missiles from the USA? It was reported where it was situated how it was built. The enemies of America y do not have to send spies, all they have to do is to be able to read and they get all the information that they could possibly need. Also they know about the false info that could be written just to draw them in to attack so they would be cautious before proceeding. I would say of course there was some info leaked out before but there wasn’t as much as there is now days.
That is my rant of the day.