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    Quote Originally Posted by karlek View Post
    Canada does not have balls to declare war or anything. Even if it's for the right thing. They're as bad as French.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damedius View Post
    You sure it isn't the link between Catholic priests and gayness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damedius View Post
    They banned our seal products. They did not ban all trade with us. The difference is enormous let me assure you.

    Our soldiers are still getting killed in Afghanistan. You probably don't feel like your at war and probably never felt that way. However Canada's resources and personnel are being used to fight wars.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2...p-stewart.html
    It is an economic sanction. We're still not at war with europe.

    as for still being at war because a soldier died in an ambush in an hostile country, I'm sure that probably happens at least once around the world in our embassies and other diplomatic fonctions, that doesnt mean we're at war...

    exemples of soldier who died

    Master Corporal Francis Roy

    Age: 32

    Hometown: Rimouski, Québec

    Unit: Canadian Special Operations Regiment

    Deceased: June 25, 2011

    Incident: Non combat related


    Bombardier Karl Manning

    Age: 31

    Hometown: Chicoutimi, Québec

    Unit: 5e Régiment d'artillerie légère du Canada

    Deceased: May 27, 2011

    Incident: Non combat related

    Corporal Joshua Caleb Baker

    Age: 24

    Hometown: Edmonton, Alta

    Unit: Loyal Edmonton Regiment 4th Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

    Deceased: February 12, 2010

    Incident: Training Accident, Kandahar City, Afghanistan

    aptain Frank Paul

    Age: 53

    Hometown: Badger, Nfld.

    Unit: 28 Field Ambulance, Ottawa

    Deceased: 10 February 2010

    Incident: natural causes while on leave from Afghanistan

    Master Corporal Patrice Audet

    Age: 38

    Hometown: Montreal, Québec

    Unit: 430e Escadron tactique d’hélicoptères

    Deceased: July 6, 2009

    Incident: Helicopter crash, Zabul Province, Afghanistan

    Corporal Martin Joannette

    Age: 25

    Hometown: Saint-Calixte, Québec

    Unit: 3e Bataillon, Royal 22e Régiment

    Deceased: July 6, 2009

    Incident: Helicopter crash, Zabul Province, Afghanistan

    Major Michelle Mendes

    Age: 30

    Home Town: Wicklow, Ontario

    Unit: Chief of Defence Intelligence

    Deceased: April 23, 2009

    Incident: Non combat related

    Corporal Brendan Anthony Downey

    Age: 36

    Home Town: Toronto, Ontario

    Unit: Military Police Detachment in Dundurn, Saskatchewan

    Deceased: July 4, 2008

    Incident: Non combat related

    Captain Jonathan (Jon) Sutherland Snyder

    Age: 26

    Home Town: Penticton, BC

    Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton, Alberta

    Deceased: June 7, 2008

    Incident: Accident, Zhari District, Afghanistan

    Bombardier Jérémie Ouellet

    Age: 22

    Home Town: Matane, QC

    Unit: 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, Shilo, Manitoba

    Deceased: March 11, 2008

    Incident: Non combat related

    Warrant Officer Hani Massouh

    Age : 41

    Home Town: Alexandria, Egypt

    Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment, Valcartier, Québec

    Deceased: January 6, 2008

    Incident: Military vehicle rollover, Nalgham, Zhari District, Afghanistan

    Corporal Éric Labbé

    Age : 31

    Home Town: Rimouski, Québec

    Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment, Valcartier, Québec

    Deceased: January 6, 2008

    Incident: Military vehicle rollover, Nalgham, Zhari District, Afghanistan

    Major Raymond Mark Ruckpaul

    Age: 42

    Home Town: Hamilton, Ontario

    Unit: Armoured Corps, The Royal Canadian Dragoons

    Deceased: August 29, 2007

    Incident: Non-combat-related death, Kabul, Afghanistan

    Master Corporal Darrell Jason Priede

    Age: 30

    Home Town: Burlington, Ontario

    Unit: Army News Team, 3 Area Support Group, Canadian Forces Base Gagetown

    Deceased: May 30, 2007

    Incident: U.S. Chinook helicopter crash in Afghanistan

    Master Corporal Anthony Klumpenhouwer

    Age: 25

    Home Town: Listowel, Ontario

    Unit: Canadian Special Operations Forces Command

    Deceased: April 18, 2007

    Incident: Accident, non combat related

    Private Mark Anthony Graham

    Age: 33

    Home Town: Hamilton, Ontario

    Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

    Deceased: September 4, 2006

    Incident: "Friendly fire" incident

    Master Corporal Jeffrey Scott Walsh

    Age: 33

    Home Town: Regina, Saskatchewan

    Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

    Deceased: August 9, 2006

    Incident: Shooting accident

    Master Corporal Raymond Arndt

    Age: 31

    Home Town: Edson, Alberta

    Unit: The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (Edmonton, Alberta)

    Deceased: August 5, 2006

    Incident: Traffic accident

    Master Corporal Timothy Wilson

    Age: 30

    Home Town: Grande Prairie, Alberta

    Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

    Deceased: March 5, 2006

    Incident: LAV III traffic accident

    Corporal Paul Davis

    Age: 28

    Home Town: Bridgewater, Nova Scotia

    Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

    Deceased: March 2, 2006

    Incident: LAV III traffic accident

    Private Braun Scott Woodfield

    Age: 24

    Home Town: Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia

    Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (Oromocto, New Brunswick)

    Deceased: November 24, 2005

    Incident: LAV III traffic accident

    Sergeant Marc D. Léger

    Age: 29

    Home town: Lancaster (Ontario)

    Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

    Deceased: April 18, 2002

    Incident: "Friendly fire" incident

    Corporal Ainsworth Dyer

    Age: 24

    Home town: Montréal, Québec

    Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

    Deceased: April 18, 2002

    Incident: "Friendly fire" incident

    Private Richard Green

    Age: 21

    Home town: Mill Cove, Nova Scotia

    Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

    Deceased: April 18, 2002

    Incident: "Friendly fire" incident

    Private Nathan Smith

    Age: 26

    Home Town: Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia

    Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

    Deceased: April 18, 2002

    Incident: "Friendly fire" incident
    What do these all have in common? They all happened in Afghanistan except one which was during leave. But none of them were death accountable to enemy combattants.

    PS: the last 4 were that stupid american aircraft pilot who blew them up during an exercise.

    Considering 1 soldier death as a sign that we're still at war is completely retarded. Drop a canadian civilian in Afghanistan with a giant canadian flag and no protection and see how long he last before getting kidnapped for a ransom or straight up killed. We are not at war against Afghanistan and we've never been. Talibans extremists are at war with the west. 159 death in 10 years, that's a fucking joke. More soldiers commit suicide yearly on average then the average of soldier death per year in Afghanistan.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/...ide-rates.html

    Year Suicides Regular force & reserves Rate per 100,000
    2003 14 86,937 16.1
    2004 17 90,772 18.7
    2005 17 91,285 18.6
    2006 20 96,318 20.7
    2007 36 87,000 41.4
    If we were at war we'd have conscription again, because we simply cant even defend our own country with our current troops. fyi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyldor Gwyvallt View Post
    luckily the AngloAmerican legacy is nearing the end, financial and economic self destruction...unfortunately they are dragging all us puppets (the EU) with them down the drain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyldor Gwyvallt View Post
    First USA openly meddles in Syria for months through it's ambassador hopeing to trigger a regime change, instead they cause a civil war and then the USA, together with their puppets (UK, Canada...and the Eu servants) blame Assad for all this....

    Business as usual...luckily the AngloAmerican legacy is nearing the end, financial and economic self destruction...unfortunately they are dragging all us puppets (the EU) with them down the drain.

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    Or maybe there are actual regimes out there who do bad shit that the world needs to respond too.

    Wait, no. Can't be! America is behind it all. We're clever little fuckers
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    Quote Originally Posted by xarnthal View Post
    Or maybe there are actual regimes out there who do bad shit that the world needs to respond too.

    Wait, no. Can't be! America is behind it all. We're clever little fuckers
    Maybe you are, not SO clever though, since it does not really benefit you...I know it is difficult for you living in the thick of your propaganda to realize this, but most people around the world see things "differently"

    http://forums.darkfallonline.com/sho...d.php?t=310555

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greywind View Post
    Who do you expect to step in place of "AngloAmerican legacy"?
    Sadly, China.....a country with a great culture and history, but with a merciless government and them too with a matherialistic ideology..

    All our own doing...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyldor Gwyvallt View Post
    Sadly, China.....a country with a great culture and history, but with a merciless government and them too with a matherialistic ideology..

    All our own doing...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wufiavelli View Post
    Your a really big fan of victim hood arent you?
    What? could you express yourself in a more comprehensible manner, Sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia Del View Post
    We are not at war against Afghanistan and we've never been. Talibans extremists are at war with the west. 159 death in 10 years, that's a fucking joke. More soldiers commit suicide yearly on average then the average of soldier death per year in Afghanistan.

    If we were at war we'd have conscription again, because we simply cant even defend our own country with our current troops. fyi.
    So you need conscription to have a war?

    By your definition the US hasn't been at war since Vietnam.

    More American soldiers commit suicide than have died in combat in the past 10 years. Again by your faulty logic this means they haven't been at war.

    The taliban used to run Afghanistan before we went to war with them alongside the americans. Read up on history. It happened.

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    A bigger war is going to start sooner or later in Syria. You ALWAYS see this same propaganda train when they want to roll out another war. 1: Call for peace by UN. 2: show incredibly biased teary eyed propaganda against side they want to take out. 3: Have a token black/white guy Jesus type calling a stop to all the horror. 4: ???

    And of course a lot of soldiers commit suicide most of them were mentally unstable in the first place in joining the army. Then the reality that they killed another human being who will never enjoy life or have children again for freedums. All the useless brain killing prescription drugs they give them etc etc.

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    So you need conscription to have a war?
    No. I simply said if we were at war we would need to bring back conscription because even at peace the US is basically defending our country for us.

    By your definition the US hasn't been at war since Vietnam.
    We're talking about Canada, not the US. The US of A is a warmongering country but even so. Dont fucking forget why the US went to Afghanistan. They went there after a severe act of war was commited on their soil and as part of NATO, it was our duty to assist them. The fact that the enemies are muslim extremists with no respect for basic human rights is only a plus. Now is it possible that the US was responsible for Ben Laden's "creation"? Sure but that doesnt excuses those facts.

    Quote Originally Posted by Damedius View Post
    The taliban used to run Afghanistan before we went to war with them alongside the americans. Read up on history. It happened.
    No. You're talking of the past, I'm talking of now.
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    Sending the UN in Syria simply amplified the civil war...even a chimpanzee could foresee this...it gave hope to the anti Assad side (some Sunni and the Muslim fundamentalists) pushing the ones that were on the sidelines to join in....increasing the size of the factions involved and the consequent retaliation/repression

    ........on the other side (Assad's side) the Christians, the Shiites, the Alawits are fighting for their very existance...if Assad falls, there will be revenge on them and they will go back to be the underdog...assuming they will be allowed to reamin in Syria at all...

    The US and UK knew this (well at least the UK, while the US "intelligence" has an appalling record for any analysis of this sort), they could not remove Assad, so they once again played the dirty cards...

    Furthermore they are interested in expanding this civil war in all the middle east, Shiites against Sunni....they have lost their power wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, now they try to pull the house down as they leave...things are already spilling in out Lebanon

    Lebanon on edge as Syrian conflict spills over
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-05-2...embers/4022738

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia Del View Post
    ...... Dont fucking forget why the US went to Afghanistan. They went there after a severe act of war was commited on their soil and as part of NATO, it was our duty to assist them. .........
    No. You're talking of the past, I'm talking of now.
    Rubbish....the official facts are the following:

    1) Afghanistan was ruled by the Taleban, NOT by Bin Laden/AlQaeda...Bin Laden was supposedly a guest there...SO AFGHANISTAN WAS NEVER ACCUSED OF COMMITTING 9/11, rather of "harbouring a terrorist"

    2) Bin Laden was ALLEGED (by the Neo Con and the MSM) to be behind 9/11, but even the FBI claimed that they had no hard evidence of this
    http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten/usama-bin-laden

    Dick Cheney: Bin Laden not wanted for 9/11.
    The 'FBI has no hard evidence connecting Bin Laden to 9/11'. Vice President Cheney says, 'We've never made the case, or argued the case, that somehow Osama Bin Laden was directly involved in 9/11'
    http://wikileaksleaks.blogspot.com/2...anted-for.html

    3) The Taliban offered to trial Bin Laden, IF any proof was given about his involvement in 9/11, but this was rejected by the US

    guardian.co.uk, Sunday 14 October 2001 22.19 BST
    President George Bush rejected as "non-negotiable" an offer by the Taliban to discuss turning over Osama bin Laden if the United States ended the bombing in Afghanistan.............

    Afghanistan's deputy prime minister, Haji Abdul Kabir, told reporters that the Taliban would require evidence that Bin Laden was behind the September 11 terrorist attacks in the US.

    "If the Taliban is given evidence that Osama bin Laden is involved" and the bombing campaign stopped, "we would be ready to hand him over to a third country", Mr Kabir added.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2001...tan.terrorism5

    TL;DR

    OFFICIALLY:
    US invaded and destroyed a country because someone that was hosted there MIGHT have been involved in 9/11, even IF they were offered to have him trialled...when they themselves were not judicially seeking him form 9/11!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyldor Gwyvallt View Post
    luckily the AngloAmerican legacy is nearing the end
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    Sadly, China.....
    hmmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by Hyldor Gwyvallt View Post
    on the other side (Assad's side) the Christians, the Shiites, the Alawits are fighting for their very existance...if Assad falls, there will be revenge on them and they will go back to be the underdog...assuming they will be allowed to reamin in Syria at all...
    I dont think it wold be worse that can happen considering what happen in Lebanon
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