Monday, January 02, 2006

New Mac Johnson column

The Soviets Had the KGB -- Al Qaeda Has the NYT
America spends $40 billion per year on intelligence operations aimed at discovering our enemies’ secret activities. All our enemies have to do is subscribe to the New York Times and, for as little as $4.65 per week, they can discover most of our secret operations -- at least as long as a Republican is President.

Certainly, the media themselves have come to believe that they have a quasi-governmental authority to randomly declassify any military or intelligence operation. Consider the following quote from a December 24th New York Times piece exposing yet another NSA operation, a data mining effort: “The current and former government officials who discussed the program were granted anonymity because it remains classified.”

Mac talks about the treasonous activities of the NY Times and co.

2 comments:

JACK PEEK said...

Can you just think if Bubba was still there, and a newspaper(any newspaper) did what the times has done.

ESABATM said...

This is amazing how the people in goverment will rat out a program to discredit others in the gov. A secret is a secret with no regard to anonymity. The Anon's who are known to leak on a constant basis should report to Leavenworth.