U.S. Battlefield Superiority For Sale To America’s Enemies

A new report raises alarms about existing U.S. export controls over militarily-sensitive high technology, suggesting they are are insufficient to prevent them from illegal export, theft, espionage or reverse engineering, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

The result could be a loss of the historic U.S. battlefield superiority because of the billions of dollars the Defense Department spends to produce advanced weapons systems.

In addition, sensitive dual-use and military technology can be easily and legally purchased from manufacturers and distributors within the United States and illegally exported without detection, the report says.

These and other conclusions from the U.S. Government Accounting Office, or GAO, come at a time when such technologies increasingly are making their way into the hands of such proliferating countries as Iran, North Korea and Syria, and to such major countries as China, India and Pakistan which act as conduits to these proliferators, some of which are regarded as state sponsors of terrorism.

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One response to “U.S. Battlefield Superiority For Sale To America’s Enemies

  1. A load of bull-shit !
    Bill Clinton administration presided over :
    1. Chinese theft of the prized W-88 nuclear warhead design
    2. Transfer of technology to China by Hughes Aerospace, that enabled them to shoot satellites in the orbit.
    3. CISCO transferred technology to China, that helped them to build telecom network, that can not be defeated by any external sabotage.

    Selective transfer of hi-tech by the Americans is nothing new, and this is done for purpose !

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