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Why wouldn’t Pakistan let China see our secret chopper? Read America’s “Debtor Agreement” with China:

“Creditor has the right to inspect any and all dwellings, people, and super secret military gadgets in order to secure its debts.”

China’s ability to look at our secrets is not even buried in the fine print, because the Communists have become emboldened.  I’m not talking about the Chinese, Silly; I’m talking about America’s Communists, who presently occupy about half of government.

Our politicians feign outrage at the thought of China looking at our super secret helicopter and at Pakistan allowing same.  However they are not outraged in the least.  China can do whatever it wants. Don’t be surprised to hear that China has loaned us more money that we can promptly “invest” back into the Chinese economy.

There are few American secrets anymore. To think that America can keep anything secret these days is naïve.  The Left have infiltrated all levels of our government.  We have Communists, Jihadists, and “anti-warist” hiding in full view. And what may be presented as “secret,” is just a cover.  China knows it all, and what they may not know, they will hack to discover.

Consider all the internet attacks that have occurred in our government agencies, all denied by the Chinese. This CNN report says that the government “inadvertently aided” the Chinese, and here’s how:

In order to comply with government search warrants on user data, Google created a backdoor access system into Gmail accounts. This feature is what the Chinese hackers exploited to gain access.

How do you say “Google” in Mandarin?

For all we know, Google is working with China to provide inside access to America’s secrets. How would we know? Google is better protected than the NSA. In order for Google to survive, Americans must continue to buy computers and smart-phones, thus maintaining internet access.

Whatever the Chinese can’t steal is readily available for sale. Remember when Bill Clinton needed some coinage for his campaign? He promptly sold America’s missile technology to the Chi-coms for some campaign contributions. For one million dollars!

Clinton said at the time that the contribution had nothing to do with the sale of our super secret satellite technology, that he renamed “munitions,” which as this report by the NY Times suggests is the reason the sale went through.

This is what politicians do. They sell the American public for pennies on the dollar.

You should also know that the anti-war crowd doesn’t just protest at rallies, stinking up the place with their funky armpits as they hold signs overhead; they are much more active than that.

The anti-protect-America crowd actually makes sure that any new military technology gets into the hands of our enemies. This is what happened when America developed the nuclear bomb.

Liberal Lefties felt the nuclear bomb was too much power for one nation to possess, and thus gave the secrets to the Soviets. When the Soviets hit hard times, they simply began selling technology secrets stolen from Americans. And the cycle of life continues.

Pakistan allowed the Chinese study our super secret helicopter, because that’s what third-world nations who get billions of American taxpayer dollars do to augment their incomes. This was an opportunity for Pakistan, a second job so to speak. Pakistan hit “the numbers,” found a wallet, got an inheritance. However you describe Pakistan’s new financial bonanza, it would be crazy for Pakistan not to take advantage of it in today’s world.

All the media report that, “Pakistan may…”; no, Pakistan DID! The U.S. knows what Pakistan has done, without a doubt. They tell us “may,” because they don’t want to condemn Pakistan…innocent until proven guilty and all. Forget all the Chinese that suddenly needed entry into Pakistan; that was for “tourism.” Our spy satellites know every Long, Duk, and Dong who visited Pakistan over the past month, and there were plenty, don’t be fooled.

Don’t expect the Lefties running the country to stop funding Pakistan. There will be grandstanding, and so on, but no penalty. Don’t expect the Lefties to stop trying to borrow from the Chinese. Don’t expect Obama to do the one thing that he is supposed to do, which is to protect American citizens from enemies foreign and domestic. There are no secrets when the enemy is you.

That’s my rant!

© 2011 Kevin Jackson – The Black Sphere, LLC – All Rights Reserved

 

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  • docjohndenver

    Kevin, I have nothing really to say worthwhile other than THAT HELICOPTER IN THE PICTURE IS THE FREAKING COOLEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN! How do I get a ride in one? Would it help if I adopt a Chinese surname?

    • Meshuggahboy

      I'm sure you can get one if you give enough money to Obama's campaign. Like Kevin said, everything's for sale.

      • docjohndenver

        Meshuggahboy, even a ride in a terminator-bird like that couldn't get me to give money to Obama.

    • http://www.facebook.com/theblacksphere Kevin Jackson

      It is, and the Chinese paid for it…well actually the American taxpayers have it on layaway!

  • DDCdana

    We joke, we laugh, but it's really all so tragic, isn't it. When you really think about what they're doing to our country, to our people. I'm afraid even you Kevin, and I adore you, even you couldn't make me laugh at this.

    We the people are so completely insignificant to the politicians. As we lose our jobs, lose our beloved homes, lose our confidence and self-esteem, the politicians just funnel more and more money to our enemies.

    I can't laugh anymore.

    • docjohndenver

      DDCdana, now I feel kind of bad for making a joke out of the whole thing. I really liked Kevin's rant and just didn't think I had anything serious to add to it. Plus, you gotta admit: THAT IS ONE REALLY COOL LOOKING HELICOPTER! But I agree it is very sad that we paid billions to develop it and the Chinese and Pakistanis get it for free. Still, I hope you aren't serious that you can't laugh anymore. There is always something to laugh at. Heck, every morning I look in the mirror and laugh like crazy.

      • DDCdana

        You're a dear for trying to cheer me up. I laugh, but NEVER at this stuff anymore. Too many people I know here have lost their homes and everything they've worked for and prided themselves for; I can't find humor here.

        But many mahalos for the thoughts!

    • http://www.facebook.com/theblacksphere Kevin Jackson

      It is sad, but the fun part is STOPPING THE LEFT! I get charged every morning to beat Liberals into a mush!

      • DDCdana

        That's a great way to look at it. We're all behind you in your quest too!

  • Downsouth

    DDC, its called SELF-esteem. I understand! Its because all you hear is "the government is taking control of every aspect of our lives". You're buying it hook, line, and sinker. How can you call yourself a conservative and not believe in "personal responsiblity". I don't buy it because I have not loss one constitutional right that I had 20 years ago. I feel just as free as I ever have and my SELF-esteem is high. If all you do is listen to the hype,"we're losing our freedom" or "this is starting to look like a comunist country", you can't help but to feel the way you do. "what they're doing to our country"

    • Meshuggahboy

      How about the fact that with the new healthcare law, you're forced to buy insurance? You don't think that's a loss of freedom? The government wants to transfer more and more wealth from the private sector into the public sector – that erodes the quality of life for those of us who don't make a living holding out our hand or exploiting their own race like Al Sharpton. Just because our skyrocketing debt isn't the same as losing our freedom of speech or the right to vote doesn't mean we don't have a reason to be upset about it.

      • Downsouth

        As far as being upset, I'm upset about the triillions of tax dollars spent on an unnecessary war, and even more upset about the thousand of US soldiors who loss their lives or the tens of thousands of Iraq civians who were killed. But it does not affect my confidence or self-esteem.

        • docjohndenver

          Downsouth, I understand that you are upset about the costs of the war. In brief moments of candor, we conservatives may ask ourselves if these wars have been too high in the costs of lives and dollars. But that is a completely separate issue from the eroding of our rights. The eroding of constitutional rights to me represents things like speech codes, mandates of the way that I spend my AFTER TAXES money, etc. But, obviously it means something different to each of us and I agree that none of it should erode our self esteem or confidence as individuals or as a country.

          • Downsouth

            Doc, other than the health care mandate, which constitutional rights are being eroded? That can't be the only thing because I have been hearing this "we're losing our rights" since Obama took office. I still have not heard anyone say which right they loss. Or maybe its just a feeling like many people talk about how much Obama raised thier taxes eventhough he has not raised anyone taxes. Or many people ran out to buy guns because Obama is going to take our gun, eventhough no one ever said anything about taking guns. Doc, I'm interested to know your take on why these feelings exist. Here is the best one, the President of the United States is going to address school children to encourage them to work hard and listen to thier teachers and people began pulling thier children out of school.

          • docjohndenver

            Downsouth, agreed that there has not been a large-scale taking of our rights. Changes are always incremental. Speech codes on campuses have been given to us by the left. Imagine, the very people who have argued for decades that burning the flag is protected speech now want to define which words can and cannot be used. The bottom line is this, no matter how ugly it is (from flag burning to degrading names) it is protected by our constitution. And one of the reasons conservatives are so worried about gun rights is because liberals keep talking about them. It would be very easy to google "politicians who have spoken in favor of gun control" and get a whole lot of examples. But, overall, I agree that there are not dozens of rights which can be directly pointed to. (But to me, speech codes and health care mandates are pretty big ones).

          • Downsouth

            Doc, you understand that there is no "erosion of constitutional rights", but you use the decisions of one college to the advance the mantra of losing our rights? Come on Doc. And its the same with guns.

  • Downsouth

    I support everyone having health insurance because most of the people who don't have insurance do not go to the doctor until it is an emergancy. Then they go to the emergancy room (which is 10 times more expensive) and either the government (tax dollars) will pay for it or the cost will be so high the individual won't pay and that is passed on to me in higher health care cost. Also, nearly 70% of Americans support insurance co. not being able to reject someone because of pre-existing conditions, but without the insurance mandate, some will save money by not paying premiums until they are diagnosed with an illness. So I don't see how that takes my freedom, I see it as freeing up tax dollars and saving health care provider billions of dollars which are passed on to me in the form of higher cost.. Oh, and how did you get back around to RACE? You always say "they are going to call you a racist if…." You seem like a cool guy, but I think you need to do some self reflection.

    • Meshuggahboy

      I was referring to those who don't make an honest living producing anything. Al Sharpton is a perfect example of someone who would be out of business if it weren't for the envy and sense of entitlement that has infested the country. It's not like I mentioned race in the context of playing some sort of race card, and you know it.

      • docjohndenver

        Meshuggahboy, how did you come up with your pen name?

        • Meshuggahboy

          It's just a silly name, really – Meshuggah is my favorite band, which means "crazy", so that makes me "crazy boy".

          • docjohndenver

            Cool. I am so old I would have to be called "zeppelinboy" and that just does not sound nearly as cool.

      • Downsouth

        "Make an honest living producing anything"? Lets add Rush, Hannity, and all religious leaders to that very long list. I'm not an Al Sharpton fan, but why name only him. What has Palin produced? Or Dick Morris or ………… I do understand. That's why I said that it may be helpful if you do some self reflection. "the envy" Dude?????

        • Meshuggahboy

          People like Rush and Hannity, etc. are NOT part of the equation – they don't take money from their followers / audience, and if their employer didn't think they were producing anything, they would be out of business. I agree that there are plenty of religious leaders who don't make an honest living doing anything worthwhile, but in my opinion Shaprton is worse because he's a poverty pimp who exploits his own race. You can decide for yourself which you think is worse, they both suck, but you're getting off topic.

          • Downsouth

            Well Mesh, I don't know who is giving Sharpton money, I will bet my right arm that you don't either. But if his followers are giving him money as you claim, They wouldn't give it to him if they "didn't think he was producing anything".

    • docjohndenver

      Downsouth, I like your comments because they always are well thought out even if I disagree with them. Most of what you said regarding the ER is right on the mark. But you are missing one small thing. "Supporting" everyone having health insurance and "mandating" it are two very different things. And I have a few thousand patients who "have health insurance" but it is virtually worthless to them because they have such high deductables that they might as well be uninsured. Also, one of the things that really rankles me is this notion that the left always throws around that all of the ERs are clogged up with people with colds because they don't have insurance. It is simply not true. The ER next to my office is permanently clogged up with patients who have Medicaid and are in no way disincentivized to show up at the ER whenever it suits them. So that side of the argument needs to be recognized. "Public options" make it EASIER to abuse the ER, not harder. Anyway, I appreciate your contributions to this blog, but can we all not start insinuating that there is some in-between-the-lines racism in each others' comments?

  • Downsouth

    Doc, I have experienced racism first hand, the difference is in recent years it has been rather subtle. I think a big part of the problem is many people who don't face it personally either believe or pretend it doesn't exist. And some people don't even know they are racist. If I'm not running around lynching or calling people n….., I'm not racist. When someone spins everything to BLACK people this and WHITE people that, they are probably racist. When someone make statements like "all black people get some advantage because of thier race", they are probably racist. As for as the problem of clogging the ER, have you ever seen people lining up in Burger King to get lobster. Probably not because they don't sell lobster. If the ER stopping treating people for a Cold or an ear ache they will stop coming for it. It could be as simple as setting up some sort check-in procedure where a Doctor would say "take her to Room C" or "Sir, you can see your family doctor tomorrow". Without a serious condition, people will not waste thier time in the ER.

    • docjohndenver

      Great idea about proper triage in the ER. Makes too much sense, though. The current law structure is that an ER has to see you for your 12 weeks of sneezing whether they should see their family doc tomorrow or not. And I see Medicaid patients but none of my private practice brethren around me do because you lose money on it, with the paper work and poor compensation. The entire system would have to be overhauled for either idea to work. But they are good, common sense ideas.

      • docjohndenver

        Downsouth, as I was seeing patients this morning I was just imagining the outcry if ERs started turning away Medicaid patients that didn't need to be there. Can you imagine what Nancy Pelosi would say? "They are targeting the poorest among us! People will die because who knows if they have a cold or pneumonia!" The demagoguery has made it impossible to talk about common sense changes in the laws regulating hospitals and ERs. And, frankly, none of it will happen without TORT reform. There is not a doctor on earth who would take the legal risk of turning someone away from an ER when that person could come back and sue them later. It simply would not happen until the ER docs were protected from that legal mess.

    • docjohndenver

      Downsouth, I am not equivocating about racism, believe me. I grew up for many years as the only white kid in Eastern Panama. Believe me, I understand racism. But we cannot really know what is in another person's heart, can we? I was just trying to say that free exchange of ideas can get squashed if race is always mentioned. but, believe me, I am sorry if you have been discrimminated against and would never condone it.

      • Downsouth

        I hope you realize that your comments started from my pointing out how some people on this site spin race into every topic.

        • docjohndenver

          Duly noted.

  • Downsouth

    I would like to know how many people are willing to admit that they have been fooled into believing that the government is taking our rights. Or at least be able to list the rights that we have lost. Then we can talk about other conservative talking points that we mindlessly repeat like "Obama's regulation and taxes are killing jobs"

    • docjohndenver

      DS, have you read my comments that admitted there have not been dozens of rights taken away? Why do you imply that we are mindless sheep spouting conservative talking points? This is the only blog I follow. I wouldn't know where the talking points are printed. Speech codes exist on virtually every campus in this nation, not one. And gun control occurs as government becomes more centralized. Just look at Europe where it takes an act of God to own a gun in most places. But overregulation and taxes do kill jobs. I do about four hours a day of paperwork directly related to Medicare and Medicaid. When I started two decades ago it was about 15 minutes a day. Thus, I see less patients, make less money, and employ less people. These are the realities of my business. But I freely admit it isn't all Obama's fault. But Obamacare has already made it worse. That isn't conservative or liberal. It just IS. Have a great Thursday tomorrow!

      • Downsouth

        Doc, I have read your comments. Though I disagree with many of your views, i do not consider you a mindless sheep because you do have thoughtful reasoning behind your ideas. I listen to talk radio as often as possible and I don't hear talk radio in your comments. I believe that you and I could "compromise" and create resonable and sensible laws. For example, I agree that overregulations kill jobs, but no regulation kill people. There is not enough water to go around because of the drough gripping the southeast, much of the water that remains is being poisoned by the fragging process. This week one of the largest fish in Louisiana history was caused by waste water from lumber manufacturer. I can list examples from around the country in just the last six months. At the same time the conservative cry is defund the EPA. This means corporations will be honest and put people and environment before profits.

        • docjohndenver

          Wow, How ironic. I guess all politics really "is local". I say this because I had a patient who is a wheat and alfalfa farmer in Eastern Colorado come in today whose head was about to explode he was so mad. He said that the government is seriously talking about monitoring the amount of DUST that the different combines make here in Colorado. I am assuming he knows what he is talking about although I have no direct knowledge of it. Anyway, the lack of regulation is killing a food industry in your neck of the woods and too much regulation threatens it here. I would never argue against all regulation, but I can tell you that the overregulation of medicine is killing me physically. At almost 50, with my kids raised, I am working longer hours than ever before. I still feel blessed but the government has made it harder, no doubt.

  • docjohndenver

    Meshuggahboy, agreed that "level the playing field" may be the most heavily loaded, scary phrase in our lexicon. Who decides what "level" is? I am for equal OPPORTUNITY, not equal results (because they do not exist).

    • docjohndenver

      Incidentally, Mesh, I am a guitar player so I checked out Meshuggah. Didn't know you could downtune a guitar that much. I figure that is what music would have sounded like if Eric the Red had a stratocaster and a Gibson half-stack.

      • Meshuggahboy

        They started using 8-string guitars a couple years ago to go as low as the bass guitar. They're definitely pioneers.

  • Downsouth

    Mesh, If you go though all of my comments, the only time I ever mentioned Bush is to point out hypocricies or to counter the mantra that Obama has destroyed the country in two and a half years. I know you live on feelings and not fact, so go back and find the post where I said Bush's fault. Now that you have admitted that you have not loss any rights, maybe you would like to share which rights you are in fear of losing.

    • Meshuggahboy

      Here's a couple. Do they contain the phrase "Bush's fault"? No. Were you blaming Bush for something in these sentences? Hell yes. I'm sure there are more, but I'm not going to spend all day on this.
      http://theblacksphere.net/obamas-cure-for-failing

      "Unemployment was 4.2% when Bush took office and it was 7.2% when he finished. Sounds to me like you "so long for the days" of Clinton. Unemployment was 7.3% when Clinton took office and it was 4.2% when he finished."
      http://theblacksphere.net/obama-uncommon-sense/

      "The biggest issue today is the national debt. The truth is, take away the two wars and the Bush tax cuts and the US is debt free!!!!!!!!"

      As far as losing rights, it would be nice to know that our freedom of speech wasn't being eroded, but these days everyone has to be PC or else the left whines like a bunch of crybabies, screaming for people to lose their jobs.

      It would also be nice if Obama would stop circumventing the Constitution by appointing a bunch of czars who answer only to him to oversee whatever portion of the private sector he feels like destroying next. Don't forget that he also had to bend the rules in order to get his POS healthcare bill passed.

      People start to become afraid for their rights when their so-called leaders act like royalty instead of public servants. For example, maybe you can tell me why Michelle needs twenty-two assistants – paid for by us, of course – when all of her predecessors had only one or two. Let's not forget the photo-op scare at the Statue of Liberty, the trip to India that cost $200 million, or the motorcade that dwarfs those of any prior president. And yet you still think Obama and the Democrats are on the side of the "little guy".

      • Downsouth

        I don't see how comparing unemployment rates during various presidents is blaming Bush. But OK. And I appologize, the wars were not Bush's fault and the Bush tax cuts were not Bush's fault. They are FACTS. You continue to prove that you live by feeling not FACTS. You have not given one logical reason to feel your rights are being threatened. Just like people have a right to say what they want, other people have the right to be offended by it, and thier employer should have the right to can them for it. As long as the government is not saying they can't say it. The Constitution guarantees you the right to say what you want, but it does not protect you from any consequeses of what you say. Then you give laundry list things you don't like, none of which threaten your rights. But since you operate by feelings and not reason, I'll say you absolutely have the right to FEEL like you're losing your rights.

        • docjohndenver

          DS, one of the frustrating things about Obama to me has been that he BASHED the Bush administration for the two wars and we are still mired in them. He may say we are preparing to come home, but we both know the situation on the ground could change that. And then we GO INTO LIBYA?! Here is hoping we don't also decide we have to go into Syria. Gitmo is still open, we are now in three wars with no end in sight, wiretaps are still happening, the tax cuts have been extended, and on and on. So all these things that were supposedly so horrible are still in place. So one of two things is true: either Obama was wrong to be so critical, or he is incapable of changing them even with two years of both houses of Congress. And everything in this entry is FACT as well. He is either a complete hypocrite or a nearly complete incompetent. And I personally find that troubling.

          • Downsouth

            As Powell warned before the war, we broke it, we bought it. I am totally against the war, but even I don't agree with a wholesale withdrawal out of either war. And I understand that as a conservative you would love to saddle the President with starting a war, but Lybia is one that will never sell. We did not "go into Lybia". If we are at war with Lybia, we are also at war with Pakistan because we drop bombs in there also. Reagan also dropped bombs in Lybia but I never heard it referred to as a war.
            I understand where the president is. My expertise is turning around low performing schools. I know what needs to happen for a school to be successful. Before I start any work at a school, I make a preliminary assessment. Then I devise a plan for my first ninety days at the school. How often do you think my ninety day plans change after entering chaotic situations with more problems than you can imagine? My plans change not because I'm a hypocrite or incompetent, but because there are so many fires burning and they are constantly changing.

          • docjohndenver

            Downsouth, I noticed two things about that post that I really like: you work trying to help children. Thank you for that. And you are dedicated to finishing a task. I DO think that our involvement in Libya is different in Pakistan because Pakistan is not in the middle of a civil war, but I see where you are coming from. However, you do tacitly admit that Obama has accomplished none of those things I mentioned. People come to me with a disease they have often had for years, but two years into my treatment of them I no longer leave the patient's outcome at the feet of the previous doctor. But, again, thanks for doing good.

          • Downsouth

            If I compare it to what I do, I often plan to eliminate certain programs or initiatives based on my preliminary assessment. But after doing a potential problem analysis, I sometime find it more feasible to reform and improve rather than eliminate. Such as Gitmo and warrantless wiretapping.

          • docjohndenver

            Agreed, but I doubt a conservative would have gotten that benefit of the doubt. But maybe you would give it; if so, you are different than most of the left. By the time Bush was done (and if you have read my comments closely you will know I am not his biggest fan) he was being blamed for everything from the weather to the housing crisis (which we know was caused primarily by the left arguing in favor of Fannie and Freddie even as they were dying on the vine – see Barney Frank, et al.). So, while I agree that reform is often better than reconstruction, I only see that excuse for a miserable state of the economy and wars given to Obama. But have a great weekend, anyway, Downsouth.

      • http://www.facebook.com/theblacksphere Kevin Jackson

        BS on the war debt. If Bush had held firm on spending, the budget would have stayed balanced.

  • docjohndenver

    Wow. There is some crazy racist guy named spencer on one of the other rants making comments calling Kevin a N word. I'm done. Can't be a part of that kind of negativity. It was fun while it lasted. Can't wait to read your new book, Kevin.

    • http://www.facebook.com/theblacksphere Kevin Jackson

      Doc, don't worry about Spencer. He's just mad that his mother cut him off, and not from money, if you know what I mean.

  • Meshuggahboy

    Come on Doc, don't let that a-hole get the upper hand, it was bound to happen sooner or later – with the amount of morons in the world, I'm surprised it took this long. He's just a troll with nothing worth saying, so he'll be gone soon anyway.

  • Guest woman

    Downsouth….. I can't say I have "directly" lost a "right", HOWEVER…..with the current financial EVERYTHING going on…… us middle income people are paying out the wazoo….so, that in turn kinda losing our right to spend our money as we see fit because we are supporting "others". I've paid into social security for over 40 yrs… I'm pissed! From what I hear, the monies are being spent elsewhere. I have worked a long long time to get where I am today ! I will help anyone, do anything FOR them IF………IF they get up and do something for themselves. So, it looks like I will have to work FOREVER, and there will not be a retirement for me. Dayum.