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This post was edited by SMITHI at 2012-3-14 16:13
Lono_Sainoa Post time: 2012-3-14 09:44
i honestly dont get why we can nuke the Japanese, rich in culture and heritage, friendly and polite, ...
.... friendly and polite, but these afghani animals dont get nuked

it doesnt make any sense at all


are you some kind of demented kid in institution?

Using Weapons of mass Distraction is war crime dildo.

how old are you?

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magnetic1974 Post time: 2012-3-13 23:06
China is doing the right thing building more deadly weapons such as stealth fighter, bomber and othe ...

US does not want to engage North Korean because China and Russia will never allow huge build up of military presence at their front lawn. Between the two countries we have world's biggest navy. Russian is more than capable of launch missiles (nuclear) to any part of the world and can launch attack on Alaska at moment's notice.  

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Post time 2012-3-14 16:22:33 |Display all floors
SEOUL, South Korea — A commission charged with investigating wartime atrocities has found that American troops killed groups of South Korean civilians on 138 separate occasions during the Korean War.
Citing witness accounts and declassified American documents, the commission found that American pilots, warned about potential North Korean infiltrators, indiscriminately attacked refugee groups, hitting them with machine-gun fire, missiles and napalm.
An estimated 855 refugees were killed, including 200 crammed inside a cave and suffocated by fires set off by air attacks; 100 huddled on a beach and shelled by an American ship; and 35 attacked by American aircraft in Kyongju, a town behind the lines in the south.
Since 1999, journalists and historians have uncovered many declassified American military documents showing that the military had adopted a policy of shooting refugees approaching its lines — and American pilots were often directed to strafe refugee columns — all to guard against infiltrators. New York Times 2010

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`Friendly fire' remains a problem for U.S.  By Tom Infield 2003
Though investigations are far from complete, preliminary evidence suggests that about 1 in 5 five U.S. military personnel killed in combat in the current Iraq war died at the hands of fellow Americans, a defense official said.


US shot UK planes and canadian plane killing all the pilots and also some soldiers from UK.

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Post time 2012-3-14 17:46:43 |Display all floors
Here is some:

Korea 1950: aircraft attacked a position held by British Army of 1st Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, with guns and napalm, killing 17 and wounding 76
Gulf War: 1991: Nine British soldiers of the 3rd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, were killed and further 11 injured
1991: Two British soldiers of the Queen's Royal Irish Hussars were injured
1994: shot down two U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawks helicopters, killing 26 Allied military and civilian personnels, including two British Army officers
Afghanistan: 2006: British Marine Jonathan Wigley's death was caused by gunfire from a U.S
2007: British Guardsman Matthew Lyne-Pirkis, of the Grenadier Guards, was wounded along with three other allied soldiers
2007: A bomb dropped by an F-15 killed three soldiers of the Royal Anglian Regiment and wounded a further two
Iraq: 2003: A British Tornado jet was shot down by a U.S. Patriot missile, killing two crewmen.
2003: British Lance-Corporal of Horse Matty Hull was killed by U.S. A-10 jets as well as five others wounded
2003: BBC World Affairs Editor John Simpson and members of his crew were injured when a bomb dropped from a U.S. F-15 aircraft hit a friendly Kurdish and U.S. Special Forces convoy, killing 15 people,

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