US, Australia don't spy on each other: US

There are 20 comments on the Jun 25, 2013, The Age story titled US, Australia don't spy on each other: US. In it, The Age reports that:

The US does not use its internet surveillance to spy on Australia, and fugitive American intelligence leaker Edward Snowden is a "delusional young man" who ought to be behind bars, President Barack Obama's former director of national intelligence says.

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“Topix is lowlife scum with no”

Since: Jun 12

respect for anyone...

#1 Jun 26, 2013
"A delusional young man"
Oh yes, of course he is.
If he's so delusional then there should be nothing to worry about.
Their reactions say otherwise.
superior sid

Brisbane, Australia

#2 Jun 26, 2013
_0rion_ wrote:
"A delusional young man"
Oh yes, of course he is.
If he's so delusional then there should be nothing to worry about.
Their reactions say otherwise.
Quite right, funny isn't how facts become delusion when the one denying the facts gets caught with their pants down.
Anonymous

Japan

#3 Jun 26, 2013
The U.S. has no reason to spy on Australia or the U.K., they are two of their closest allies. I think the word spy gets stretched too far.

Sharing intelligence is what is being referred to here.
Brodie

Sydney, Australia

#4 Jun 26, 2013
Is Assange still stuck in the embassy?
vvooiitt

Australia

#5 Jun 26, 2013
No spying, huh? All our communications are NO LONGER PRIVATE as the Mossad agents in IsraHELL have free unrestricted access to it all. The murder of Rolling Stones journalist Michael Hastings (see http://www.news.com.au/world-news/reporter-mi... ) underlined the perilous danger posed to anyone the jews deem to dangerous to the tyrannical jewish supremacism stranglehold of power over the world.

TRUTH is repulsive and an anathema to jews.
Anonymous

Japan

#6 Jun 26, 2013
You sound like a little chick, relax a bit mate?

I never said there's no spying mate, what I said this was an example of intelligence sharing. The U.S. wouldn't have a vested interest in spying on their closest allies when they are pissed off at about 20 other countries. The U.S. isn't about to go to war with Australia, conversely the same.

There is no reason to blow this up into something it's not. Yet this is topix and chickens run wild.

Since: Oct 11

South Porcupine, Canada

#7 Jun 26, 2013
Brodie wrote:
Is Assange still stuck i
n the embassy?
I would imagine that queer albino stuck his head up his ass and is hiding there LOL!
vvooiitt

Australia

#8 Jun 26, 2013
US Govt is wholly owned by jews, to a far greater extent than Australian Govt so we can forget about this being a question of independent sovereign nations fighting it out for their own security. The jewish tyrannical power tentacles runs deep and protected covertly from being discovered.

Any doubt about TOTAL jewish control of JewNited States? See this: http://thezog.wordpress.com/
sid

Brisbane, Australia

#9 Jun 26, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
You sound like a little chick, relax a bit mate?
I never said there's no spying mate, what I said this was an example of intelligence sharing. The U.S. wouldn't have a vested interest in spying on their closest allies when they are pissed off at about 20 other countries. The U.S. isn't about to go to war with Australia, conversely the same.
There is no reason to blow this up into something it's not. Yet this is topix and chickens run wild.
I have no way of knowing whether it is true or not but there was a story floating around years ago that the CIA had there grubby hands involved with the sacking of the whitlam government.
The US is not averse to poking it's nose into the politics of any nation, friendly or not, if american interests are at stake.

Mabey someone else knows more about whitlam and the CIA.
thor

Perth, Australia

#10 Jun 26, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
The U.S. has no reason to spy on Australia or the U.K., they are two of their closest allies. I think the word spy gets stretched too far.
Sharing intelligence is what is being referred to here.
shyte the only word for you would be = delusional !
Anonymous

Japan

#11 Jun 26, 2013
thor wrote:
<quoted text>shyte the only word for you would be = delusional !
Hey mate, how does that tin foil hat fit on your head? Nice and snug?
thor

Perth, Australia

#12 Jun 26, 2013
Yank Oliver wrote:
<quoted text>
I would imagine that queer albino stuck his head up his ass and is hiding there LOL!
for one boy - Albino = its a condition , disease if you want , there are negro,s in south africa who are albino,s ! your biggest problem is the fact that a nobody from Australia handed the great UNITED STATES OF AMERICA an arsewhopping that has never been seen before ! he owns you - and he keeps on owning you ! GO ASSANGE , Snowden is now under his wing ! I dont think the USA have the gumption to take Assange on ! you are owned
readyforwar3

Anonymous Proxy

#13 Jun 26, 2013
T
he US Defense Department maintains a stockpile of an estimated
4,650 nuclear warheads for delivery
by more than 800 ballistic missiles and
aircraft. Compared with last year, that is
a reduction of approximately 260 warheads due to the retirement of W80-0
warheads for the Tomahawk land-attack
cruise missile, and a reduction of roughly
560 warheads compared with September
2009, when the United States announced
that the Defense DepartmentŐs stockpile
contained 5,113 warheads.
The current stockpile includes an
estimated 2,150 operational warheads, of
which approximately1,650 strategic warheads are deployed on ballistic missiles
(1,150 on sea-launched ballistic missiles
[SLBMs] and 500 on intercontinental
ballistic missiles [ICBMs]), roughly 300
strategic warheads are located at bomber
bases in the United States, and nearly 200
nonstrategic warheads are deployed in
Europe (see Table 1). The remaining
2,500 warheads are in storage as a
so-called hedge against technical or geopolitical surprises.
In addition to the warheads in the US
stockpile, approximately 3,000 retired,
but still intact, warheads are in storage
and await dismantlement, for a total
inventory of roughly 7,700 warheads.
Implementing New START
As of September 1, 2012, the United States

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

AUSTRALIAN

#14 Jun 26, 2013
vvooiitt wrote:
No spying, huh? All our communications are NO LONGER PRIVATE as the Mossad agents in IsraHELL have free unrestricted access to it all. The murder of Rolling Stones journalist Michael Hastings (see http://www.news.com.au/world-news/reporter-mi... ) underlined the perilous danger posed to anyone the jews deem to dangerous to the tyrannical jewish supremacism stranglehold of power over the world.
TRUTH is repulsive and an anathema to jews.
I take it that you aren't a Jew ?

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

AUSTRALIAN

#15 Jun 26, 2013
sid wrote:
<quoted text>
I have no way of knowing whether it is true or not but there was a story floating around years ago that the CIA had there grubby hands involved with the sacking of the whitlam government.
The US is not averse to poking it's nose into the politics of any nation, friendly or not, if american interests are at stake.
Mabey someone else knows more about whitlam and the CIA.
He said that he would pull out of Vietnam, that might have upset them a tad.

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#16 Jun 26, 2013
Brodie wrote:
Is Assange still stuck in the embassy?
Yep!
LOL

Minto, Australia

#17 Jun 26, 2013
Yank Oliver wrote:
<quoted text>
I would imagine that queer albino stuck his head up his ass and is hiding there LOL!
I make white girls stick their tongues up my ass for pleasure.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#18 Jun 26, 2013
It's because, all over Asia....Americans and Aussies drink together in every bar....lol....They're so racist, they remind us of our dads.....

Since: Oct 11

South Porcupine, Canada

#21 Jun 26, 2013
thor wrote:
<quoted text>for one boy - Albino = its a condition , disease if you want , there are negro,s in south africa who are albino,s ! your biggest problem is the fact that a nobody from Australia handed the great UNITED STATES OF AMERICA an arsewhopping that has never been seen before ! he owns you - and he keeps on owning you ! GO ASSANGE , Snowden is now under his wing ! I dont think the USA have the gumption to take Assange on ! you are owned
I'm sure the Yanks are shacking in their boots. I truly believe you jerk offs were placed on earth for the entertainment of your betters lol!
Mojo

Port Lincoln, Australia

#22 Jun 26, 2013
Yank Oliver wrote:
<quoted text>
I would imagine that queer albino stuck his head up his ass and is hiding there LOL!
always thinkin about sticking things up arse's arent you wimpy poo pirate

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