sure, let’s tell ‘em date and time of the explosion, approximate location, that’s it, goodbye scumbags...... how’s that for “data” you POS commie hacks?
did they give us all data on their satellite destruction last year...... I didn’t think so......
Did they abide by basic international norms and decency in treatment of our ships in recent months or our airmen back in ‘01 when the downed our P3 and stole all our intel hardware etc......
I didn’t think so!! Tell the PRC’s grey party whores to F-off........ only thing I’ve ever liked about Prince Charles was when he referred to the party hacks in Beijing as an “old waxworks” or something like that.........
Gates to Head Chicom: “Yep, we shot it down and it exploded into a bizzillion pieces that you’ll never be able to put back together again. If you want the technology, talk to the Clintons. They may be able to help you.”
What data are we giving them?
We should sullenly give them a broken and charred plastic model of the USS Enterprise from Star Trek.
That SOB shiuld be tried for treason.
>> the United States is prepared to share with China some of the information it has about this week’s U.S. satellite shootdown.
“After inspecting the satellite debris, we found no usable spare parts made by Loral - sorry.”
The buck stops with the President.
No big deal, the Chinese and the Russians probably have all the data already. Plus, this is a golden opportunity to spread disinformation..
The info gates ought to share with China is his upturned finger.
Threads (and the ASSumptions within this thread) are the reason I’ve not made any comments for over a year and this will be my last comment on the issue.
Some of you need to seriously back away from the keyboard and calm down.
They’re going to get with their web-like spy network of ChiComs that they have in all strata of our society and in all levels of our industry.
I mean, if you can’t beat them, join them, right?
I got 50 bucks that says we wont give the Chinese anything that we or they couldn’t figure out on their own. It’s a nice “goodwill” gesture but probably not very useful.