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More Disingenious Security Garbage, Trying to have It both Ways

tnemelckram
post Jan 6 2010, 03:33 PM
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Here's a link to an article about two documents leaked to The Times of London to show that Iran is working on a "nuclear trigger" mechanism - undoubtedly by some Western interests trying to turn up the heat.

http://www.counterpunch.org/porter01062010.html


Here's the part that bothers me:

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But in response to a reader who noted the absence of crucial information from the document, including security markings, Oliver Kamm, an online columnist for The Times, admitted Jan. 3 that the Persian language document published by The Times was "a retyped version of the relevant parts of that original document".

Kamm wrote that the original document had "contained a lot of classified information" and was not published "because of the danger that it would alert Iranian authorities to the source of the leak".


They leak the document to get what they want from it but when called on its authenticity they duck the issue by saying that authenticating marks would alert the Iranians to information that would endanger the source. You know, sophisticated national security stuff that's not for us dirty unwashed ones. Did it ever occur to them if what they say is true, then leaking even parts of it in the first place also alerts the Iranians that they have a leaker, and informs them that they had better start looking for the leaker, thereby also increasing the danger to the leaker?

Crap!! And I'm tired of these insults to our intelligence!
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post Jan 6 2010, 06:18 PM
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They are indoctrinating, 24/7
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post Jan 6 2010, 08:15 PM
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The Iranians would not be trying to find a leaker because they are fully aware of it being forged. Look at the Nigerian / Iraqi forgery. It does not have to pass muster only create a pretext for invasion. All the world's intel agencies know that these are crude fakes.
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post Jan 7 2010, 09:21 AM
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QUOTE (tnemelckram @ Jan 6 2010, 02:33 PM) *
Here's a link to an article about two documents leaked to The Times of London to show that Iran is working on a "nuclear trigger" mechanism - undoubtedly by some Western interests trying to turn up the heat.

http://www.counterpunch.org/porter01062010.html


Here's the part that bothers me:



They leak the document to get what they want from it but when called on its authenticity they duck the issue by saying that authenticating marks would alert the Iranians to information that would endanger the source. You know, sophisticated national security stuff that's not for us dirty unwashed ones. Did it ever occur to them if what they say is true, then leaking even parts of it in the first place also alerts the Iranians that they have a leaker, and informs them that they had better start looking for the leaker, thereby also increasing the danger to the leaker?

Crap!! And I'm tired of these insults to our intelligence!


Yeah, as if the Iranians would not have any way to access the parts of the document they withheld. phooey, it's their document, they already have it all.

Worse yet, if any of this tripe were true, then all they've done is cut off a possible source of intelligence! Worse yet again, for anyone thinking of providing them with any help in the future, this becomes an example of how they can expect to be "thanked".

Like Bush/Cheney outing Valerie Plame. It wasn't just Plame that was wrecked! It was not just an entire intelligence network that was wrecked. It was also the wrecking of any illusion that helping America meant that America would help you in return. Instead, many foreigners who had risked their lives to provide information on sensitive nuclear programs we were trying to monitor, were sent fleeing desperately for their very lives, or suddenly surprised and captured.

But the world isn't supposed to be able to look at that and figure out what they should do, if an American foreigner asks them for help! I'll bet the word "untrustworthy" was circling the globe. Hardly a wonder then that we're getting plenty of bad intel. Anyone with any intelligence worth having is probably staying away, while those with "ulterior motives" are the only ones providing info.

But hey, the world is only allowed to work the way they say it can, eh?

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