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Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 19 May 2020, 01:25
by XanderCrews
madrat wrote:Is it civilian, military, or both leadership burning Canada's money like that?

It is interesting to see Canada dominated by foreign influence. It's almost a smaller version of the taint we see stateside.



Yup its getting scary in the states too.

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 19 May 2020, 02:38
by charlielima223
Thought you people would like to see this. Its not about the F-35 though it is mentioned. It is however a glaring statement about the Canadian military apparatus...

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 19 May 2020, 04:43
by optimist
Does this mean Canada will by the old
Aussie collins subs too? I think I see a pattern

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 20 May 2020, 09:24
by kimjongnumbaun
More nonsense. Posted my response in the comments.

https://www.westernstandardonline.com/2 ... -billions/

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 20 May 2020, 16:20
by pushoksti
kimjongnumbaun wrote:More nonsense. Posted my response in the comments.

https://www.westernstandardonline.com/2 ... -billions/


"Alex McColl is a Defence Columnist with the Western Standard and a Canadian military analyst."

Just goes to show that anyone can be an analyst these days without any trace of credibility and background experience.

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 20 May 2020, 18:36
by kimjongnumbaun
pushoksti wrote:
kimjongnumbaun wrote:More nonsense. Posted my response in the comments.

https://www.westernstandardonline.com/2 ... -billions/


"Alex McColl is a Defence Columnist with the Western Standard and a Canadian military analyst."

Just goes to show that anyone can be an analyst these days without any trace of credibility and background experience.


I'm seriously thinking I should be a defense journalist as a side gig. But I'm guessing most of these writers are being paid because they write sensationalist click bait articles, which I couldn't do.

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 20 May 2020, 18:56
by XanderCrews
kimjongnumbaun wrote:More nonsense. Posted my response in the comments.

https://www.westernstandardonline.com/2 ... -billions/



RAID

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 20 May 2020, 20:45
by XanderCrews
kimjongnumbaun wrote:
pushoksti wrote:
kimjongnumbaun wrote:More nonsense. Posted my response in the comments.

https://www.westernstandardonline.com/2 ... -billions/


"Alex McColl is a Defence Columnist with the Western Standard and a Canadian military analyst."

Just goes to show that anyone can be an analyst these days without any trace of credibility and background experience.


I'm seriously thinking I should be a defense journalist as a side gig. But I'm guessing most of these writers are being paid because they write sensationalist click bait articles, which I couldn't do.



Best fighter for Canada Gripen fan club has left their echo chamber is now being smacked around with no one to help moderate outside opinions.

LOL marvelous

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 21 May 2020, 00:44
by lipovitand
Ouch! that gotta hurt! I wish there are more open minded people in BF4C. The Author happens to be in that group too. He is sort of like flat earther but for Jets. He claim to have access to a leaked dokuments of RCAF scenarios which he cherry picks and not tell the whole truth. :roll:

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 21 May 2020, 04:09
by Corsair1963
kimjongnumbaun wrote:
pushoksti wrote:
kimjongnumbaun wrote:More nonsense. Posted my response in the comments.

https://www.westernstandardonline.com/2 ... -billions/


"Alex McColl is a Defence Columnist with the Western Standard and a Canadian military analyst."

Just goes to show that anyone can be an analyst these days without any trace of credibility and background experience.


I'm seriously thinking I should be a defense journalist as a side gig. But I'm guessing most of these writers are being paid because they write sensationalist click bait articles, which I couldn't do.


Sounds like National Interest..... :?

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 21 May 2020, 08:06
by kimjongnumbaun
XanderCrews wrote:
kimjongnumbaun wrote:More nonsense. Posted my response in the comments.

https://www.westernstandardonline.com/2 ... -billions/



RAID


I do love to partake in a savage beat down every now and then.

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 21 May 2020, 12:38
by ricnunes
kimjongnumbaun wrote:More nonsense. Posted my response in the comments.

https://www.westernstandardonline.com/2 ... -billions/


That Alex McColl guy is a moron and a clueless guy, period!

Since he likes "scenarios", I would propose a scenario just for him.
Put him flying in a simulator against a simulated threat with the following condition: If he dies in the scenario/simulator he will have to shoot himself in the head - basically he would have to die just like a REAL PILOT would! And just before flying that same simulated scenario he would be given the following choice:
1- Fly in a Gripen NG simulator
Or,
2- Fly in a F-35 simulator


Moreover and about his "top" comment:
Canadian taxpayers would be right to ask why the RCAF needs such an expensive first strike capability


How about he (Alex McColl) ask the RCAF pilot - who are ones putting in jeopardy their own lives so that morons like himself can freely post garbage - why they prefer the F-35 to any other aircraft, all of this before posting all the garbage that he write and/or plans to write!

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 21 May 2020, 19:49
by luke_sandoz
Meanwhile, also in Canada.

The sane part.

http://www.canadiandefencereview.com/Fe ... t?blog/170

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 21 May 2020, 22:13
by magitsu
Wow, good and extensive article.

Re: Pressure increases on [Canada] to stay or leave F-35 pro

Unread postPosted: 21 May 2020, 23:07
by spazsinbad
wots rong wid peepul ffs: (PDF to follow) COVER STORY - F-35 Lighting II