Posts Tagged ‘orders’

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So much for his previous moments of rationality…

Gotta shoot ‘em, Trump says – as Pentagon downplays Russian warplane encounters

 

 

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Is it about time the people of the world told their so-called “leaders” to stop this fucking criminal march to the Apocalypse?

The development comes with warnings that the UK and Russia are now “one step closer” to being at war.

RAF Tornado pilots have been instructed to avoid contact with Russian aircraft while engaged in missions for Operation Shader – the codename for the RAF’s anti-Isis work in Iraq and Syria. But their aircraft have been armed with air-to-air missiles and the pilots have been given the green light to defend themselves if they are threatened by Russian pilots.

RAF given green light to shoot down hostile Russian jets in Syria

But go back to your inane texting, sports and video games. You’re such special fucking snowflakes.

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Yes Folks, the Big Lie is THAT Big… and Growing.
Air Force Prohibiting Airmen from Reading NSA Scandal Stories

In summary, anything to do with the recent news about the NSA and Verizon phone records are considered classified and searching news or records about these on our NIPRNET computers is unauthorized. Thanks!

Similar to events associated with WIKILEAKS disclosures in the past 2 years, classified documents associated with a news story on NSA and wiretapping are potentially classified and readily available on the internet. Users are not to use AF NIPRNET systems to access the Verizon phone records collection and other related news stories because the action could constitute a Classified Message Incident.

Classified documents regarding Verizon phone record collection and court order have been identified as being hosted on publically accessible Internet Web Sites, most notably “The Guardian” news site. Viewing and/or downloading these documents on Air Force NIPRNET computers could constitute a Classified Message Incident. Therefore, users are not to access these file (sic) for any reason (i.e. viewing, downloading, forwarding, etc.)

Come defend freedom by being a censored automaton who follows orders unquestioningly and only knows what we tell you.  For freedom of course.