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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 9:39 am
 


sasquatch2 sasquatch2:
A reality beyond the reasoning of the Baylee's of this world.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 11:35 am
 


hwacker hwacker:
A couple well placed bombs, or 100. let's get it done.


hwacker: I'm not saying it's a bad idea to level the bastards (actually it's a great idea), but what if they have human shields, women and children.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 1:24 pm
 


george123 george123:

Iraq and Afghanistan are seperate conflicts. Afghanistan is not the result of Iraq. Canadian soldiers have nothing to do with Iraq.

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No they are not.Yes it is, or if you like, vice versa.Yes,I agree, sorta.

Canadians would not be there if America had of done what they were supposed to be doing in Afghanistan.
Instead, they decided to occupy Iraq.

Joinn the dots, and you will see a real connection, if you can see beyond your love of war and guns and...........SHOCK AND AWE 8O

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 1:28 pm
 


tritium tritium:
hwacker hwacker:
A couple well placed bombs, or 100. let's get it done.


hwacker: I'm not saying it's a bad idea to level the bastards (actually it's a great idea), but what if they have human shields, women and children.



Doesnt seem to stop the Americans from dropping bombs on whoever or wherever they please.
Innocent civillians, children , women, you think the Americans care who they kill?

Just today yet again we see the results of American bombs killing innicent people.


Just wait and see.Within a few days the Canadian soldiers once again will be showing they can do the same( without the bombs that is)


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 2:32 pm
 


baylee baylee:
Doesnt seem to stop the Americans from dropping bombs on whoever or wherever they please.
Innocent civillians, children , women, you think the Americans care who they kill?


1. We are not the United States.

2. ..and look at the results of the Americans foreign policy.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 10:33 am
 


baylee baylee:
george123 george123:

Iraq and Afghanistan are seperate conflicts. Afghanistan is not the result of Iraq. Canadian soldiers have nothing to do with Iraq.

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No they are not.Yes it is, or if you like, vice versa.Yes,I agree, sorta.

Canadians would not be there if America had of done what they were supposed to be doing in Afghanistan.
Instead, they decided to occupy Iraq.

Joinn the dots, and you will see a real connection, if you can see beyond your love of war and guns and...........SHOCK AND AWE 8O

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My love of war and guns, eh? At least I am willing to go and fight to save people from tyrany and opression, and to protect your freedom to live in a civilised nation free of terror. When you understand how the world really works, I will take you seriously, troll. Until then, keep on trollin' in your free country.

Like your freedom? Thank a soldier.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 10:32 pm
 


baylee baylee:
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The news report at the start shows that the Afghan police/army forces surrounded possibly 200 taliban, and are asking for a surender. That's a far step from saying the mission is a failure.


The (MISSION? ) is a failure.

Most normal people who dont live in denial know that.

And the mess in Afghanistan has everything to do with Iraq.

They are one and the same

Again, deny if you want


[font=Andalus]I think our soldiers are trying to do great things in Afghanistan, I guess you don't want women to have the freedom to access education, the right to vote, our work towards giving an oppressed people freedom. None of these things can happen without security... if there is a better way then please give us your solution or at least propose what you would do, or do you prefer to show all you can muster is the same useless criticisms based on hind-sight. [/font]


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CDN CDN:
, I guess you don't want women to have the freedom to access education, the right to vote, our work towards giving an oppressed people freedom.


Yes, we should be trying to make sure Afghani women are treated like the western worlds women.

Forced to be prostitutes, allowed to STAR in movies where they have sex with total strangers .

Maybe we can even teach the Afghanis how to make snuff movies ay?


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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2007 8:06 am
 


baylee baylee:
Maybe we can even teach the Afghanis how to make snuff movies ay?


That would be like the preschooler trying to edumcate the University Professor.

[youtube width=425 height=350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZUKlbH3mKA[/youtube]


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baylee baylee:
CDN CDN:
, I guess you don't want women to have the freedom to access education, the right to vote, our work towards giving an oppressed people freedom.


Yes, we should be trying to make sure Afghani women are treated like the western worlds women.

Forced to be prostitutes, allowed to STAR in movies where they have sex with total strangers .

Maybe we can even teach the Afghanis how to make snuff movies ay?


[font=Andalus] So what exactly are you saying... it was better under the Taliban than western society? I'm new to this forum but it doesn't take long to figure out who you can have an intelligent debate with over those who are incapable of it... you making a strong case for the latter. [/font]


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grainfedprairieboy grainfedprairieboy:
baylee baylee:
Maybe we can even teach the Afghanis how to make snuff movies ay?


That would be like the preschooler trying to edumcate the University Professor.

[youtube width=425 height=350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZUKlbH3mKA[/youtube]


Funny enough, this is acceptable for the NDP & Liberals...
They'd throw a fit if you call a woman "baby"( unless they do it), but absolute silence when women are publicly shot. Even the capital punishment stooges are quiet on this one.
It is within our power to help them, so why can't we?
Stop playing politics and get on with the job.


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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2007 6:15 pm
 


tritium tritium:
hwacker hwacker:
A couple well placed bombs, or 100. let's get it done.


hwacker: I'm not saying it's a bad idea to level the bastards (actually it's a great idea), but what if they have human shields, women and children.

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Don't matter, the world is not a nice place.


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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2007 10:06 am
 


No the world is not a nice place.

These savages make a real show of crying over dead children and then hide behind women and strap bombs on their kids---turning them into suicide bombers......

Kill'em all, let God sort them out.


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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2007 8:38 pm
 


$1:
Taliban Winning on One Front
May 1, 2007: The Taliban are having more success with paper bullets, than with real ones. On the ground, over a hundred Taliban fighters have been killed in the last week, as NATO troops continue their own Spring Offensive, which appears to have cancelled the long threatened Taliban Spring Offensive. NATO troops are forcing the Taliban to fight, by going into drug producing areas of Helmand province. This area is Heroin Central, where a disproportionate amount of drugs are produced. The Taliban have to try and defend this, because their share of the drug profits pays many of their gunmen. No pay, and a lot fewer guys will carry a rifle for the cause.


Meanwhile, the Taliban are doing better in the Information War. They have thoroughly intimidated the French, with both candidates in the current French presidential contest promising to pull out of Afghanistan if elected. To help that along, the Taliban released one of the two French aid workers they had recently kidnapped. The Taliban also have an information war campaign going against Canada, hoping to strengthen Canadian anti-war groups sufficiently to get Canadian troops withdrawn. This would be a major win, because the Canadian troops have been particularly effective against the Taliban.


Unable to score any success against foreign or Afghan troops, the Taliban go for easy, if empty and expensive, triumphs. The most typical ones involve attacking a small district capital in a remote area. These are usually defended by only a few police, and easily overrun. The Taliban publicists then quickly proclaim "district capital captured," knowing that the mass media will pick that up and make it sound like the Taliban were taking over. The reality is that Afghan security forces and NATO air power quickly shows up, and usually catch a number of fleeing Taliban. As a result, these propaganda victories are expensive in terms of Taliban lives, and the Taliban foot soldiers have come to look at these "conquests" as suicide missions.



The Taliban also tried to convince the world that their leader, Mullah Omar, and al Qaeda head, Osama bin Laden were still in charge and supervising operations. Bin Laden has not been heard from since January, 2006. Back then, his sickly voice was heard exhorting followers to kill more energetically. But for the last few months, there have been persistent rumors that bin Laden himself has died of disease.



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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2007 10:08 pm
 


Yup. And our media and the LIBRANOs and NDP are the Taliban allies.

Maybe that's why we call him "Taliban Jack".........

Something catchy about Dion would be helpful.....

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