The Washington Post has decided to create a website showing all Top Secret Facilities,  Contractor’s,  etc. Thanks for nothing you traitorous bastards.

According to an internal US Government email no employee’s of the facilities are allowed to confirm or deny that they work there. Not that that will matter. Nothing like putting a big fat terrorist target on Joe Schmoe and his family just for working at a job that’s sensitive or secret.  Not just for terrorists, but also every nut job out there with a bone to pick with the Government.  What the hell purpose does it serve the Washington Post to do this? Other than to blatantly say “We are traitors and proud to admit it!”

State Department warns employees about new website highlighting Top Secret facilities

The State Department is bracing for a potentially explosive new feature on the Washington Post website that would publish the names and locations of agencies and firms conducting Top Secret work on behalf of the U.S. government, according to the copy of an email obtained by The Cable.

The Diplomatic Security Bureau at State sent out a notice Thursday to all department employees warning them to protect classified information and reject inquiries from the press when the new web feature goes live.

“The Washington Post plans to publish a website listing all agencies and contractors believed to conduct Top Secret work on behalf of the U.S. Government,” the notice reads. “The website provides a graphic representation pinpointing the location of firms conducting Top Secret work, describing the type of work they perform, and identifying many facilities where such work is done.”

According to the notice, the Post used only open-source information to compile its site. However, if some of that open-source information turns out to have been classified, its publication by the Post doesn’t change that classification, the State Department emphasized.

“All Department personnel should remain aware of their responsibility to protect classified and other sensitive information, such as the Department’s relationships with contract firms, other U.S. Government agencies, and foreign governments,” the notice says.

Just my personal opinion.