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    (Original post by Maker)
    America and Japan are working together. They have plans to invade Europe, Africa and South America. Japan is using North Korea as an excuse to rearm and gain nuclear weapons.
    Japan depends on America for military defence, they've been allies since WW2. Your knowledge is crap.
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    (Original post by nemo86)
    You forgot Russia
    Yeah, true.
    But when it comes to cyber industrial espionage, China lead imo.
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    (Original post by RivalPlayer)
    Yeah, true.
    But when it comes to cyber industrial espionage, China lead imo.
    You forgot america too. Everybody is at it.

    Who would have thought Indonesia has been at it too

    But in Q2 2013, Akamai Technologies reported that Indonesia toppled China with portion 38 percent of cyber attack, a high increase from 21 percent portion in previous quarter. China set 33 percent and US set at 6.9 percent. 79 percent of attack came from Asia Pacific region. Indonesia dominated the attacking to ports 80 and 443 by about 90 percent.[10]
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    (Original post by RivalPlayer)
    Yeah, true.
    But when it comes to cyber industrial espionage, China lead imo.
    I would prefer objective information

    It's america by the latest count
    http://www.insidermonkey.com/blog/11...minals-351862/

    1. United States of America With 23% of all malicious software activities originating from the United States, it takes the number one spot on the list of 11 countries with most hackers and cyber criminals. An average data breach in 2008 cost was estimated to $6.7 million. To be fair, a large part of cyber-attacks in the US has originated from foreign countries, since it is the most lucrative target for cyber criminals in the world.
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    (Original post by nemo86)
    Japan depends on America for military defence, they've been allies since WW2. Your knowledge is crap.
    Hey thats good, I bet you are working for the America/Japanese alliance spreading false information and rubbishing people who know the truth. I must be getting closer.
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    (Original post by Maker)
    Hey thats good, I bet you are working for the America/Japanese alliance spreading false information and rubbishing people who know the truth. I must be getting closer.
    No, he's right, this is common knowledge


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United...s_Forces_Japan


    You don't know alot
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    (Original post by L1U1x1o)
    No, he's right, this is common knowledge


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United...s_Forces_Japan


    You don't know alot
    That is so clearly misinformation I am surprised anyone falls for it anymore. You do realise anyone can put anything on wiki without proving they know anything about it or if the information is real or not.
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    (Original post by Maker)
    That is so clearly misinformation I am surprised anyone falls for it anymore. You do realise anyone can put anything on wiki without proving they know anything about it or if the information is real or not.
    Are you retarded or something, this is common news, they talk about this on the news all the time

    http://www.factcheck.org/2016/04/u-s...itary-support/

    Republican Donald Trump criticized U.S. military support for several countries — Saudi Arabia, Japan, Germany and South Korea — during a discussion on nuclear proliferation at a CNN town hall in late March, saying “we can’t afford it.” We’ll answer the question: What exactly does the U.S. provide in terms of military support to these countries?

    Since ww2, they have been protecting these countries!

    Global politics is not as simplistic as your limited brain.

    The US FORCES OF Japan, they're allies. Is this enough proof? FFS.

    http://www.usfj.mil/


    The agreement, signed in 1960. The [x] are citations listed at the bottom for the evidence of sources.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty...ates_and_Japan
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    (Original post by L1U1x1o)
    Are you retarded or something, this is common news, they talk about this on the news all the time

    http://www.factcheck.org/2016/04/u-s...itary-support/

    Republican Donald Trump criticized U.S. military support for several countries — Saudi Arabia, Japan, Germany and South Korea — during a discussion on nuclear proliferation at a CNN town hall in late March, saying “we can’t afford it.” We’ll answer the question: What exactly does the U.S. provide in terms of military support to these countries?

    Since ww2, they have been protecting these countries!

    Global politics is not as simplistic as your limited brain.

    The US FORCES OF Japan, they're allies. Is this enough proof? FFS.

    http://www.usfj.mil/


    The agreement, signed in 1960. The [x] are citations listed at the bottom for the evidence of sources.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty...ates_and_Japan
    Don't be silly, the US does not protect these countries, the US is there to protect itself and make sure these countries don't become too independent of the US and the US lose influence in these strategic parts of the world.

    If the US left Germany, Japan and SK, these countries would be forced to increase their military strength to combat China and Russia and to a lesser extent NK. They could easily make their own nuclear weapons since they all have civil nuclear industries and Japan in particular could adapt their civilian rocket technology for nuclear weapon delivery.

    The US don't want more powerful countries they can't influence hence its better for them to spend billions a year then to let these countries become more independent and powerful.
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    Inventiveness is not about IQ , its about INTELLECTUAL REBELLION.
 
 
 
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