How much does the U.S. government really trust Canada?


Thu, Dec 3rd, 2009 11:20 by capnasty NEWS

Much less than you think. Espionage warnings from the U.S. Defence Department caused an international sensation a few years ago over reports of mysterious coins with radio frequency transmitters, until they were debunked. The culprit: a silver-coloured 25-cent piece featuring the red image of a poppy--Canada's flower of war remembrance--inlaid on a maple leaf.



You may also be interested in:

A Nation of None and All of the Above
Congo Rebel Leader General Laurent Nkunda Gives His Side of the Story
The Cosmic Cock of War
Russian Espionage Ain't What It Used To be
Colin Powell slams Bush