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Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Bert666 » Mon Oct 31, 2011 8:31 pm

thank you again bert, and congratulations. You have been awarded the golden sheep award.

upgrade from a moron i suppose lol
thanks for a goodg bit of fun
bert666

Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Mrmcnuggets » Mon Oct 31, 2011 8:12 pm

bert666 wrote:
Something your businessmen in London who kill more people every day than the soldiers do, will never have to do. go to jail.


care to explain??

they protect our civilians. That is all that is stated in their oath, since they are not out to protect those countries


so your saying its ok to kill innocent civilians, maybe even children as long as their not american?? You saying its correct to train children as soldiers too?
"a bullet from a 9 year old is just as effective as a bullet from a 90 year old." thats right? Yeah. What will you do when children point guns at you trying to kill you? Or are being forced to be a car bomb, or a bomb. damn man.

What does that link have to do with anything? everything, if you think the US is the big bad wolf, your country still contributes to what actions are done on a global scale for the U.S.


yes because David cameran has his head so far up Obama's ass he cant tell white from black,

You really are the most ignorant person on here huh?


yes :pray:

No I am not saying it is ok to kill civilians. Are you saying you want these terrorist attacks to continue?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_terrorism something like 500 major attacks, and most of them, like the attacks they did in the UK happened before 9/11.
War is war. Shit is ugly. shit happens. Once a plan is made, and a soldier lands, you should know already by being a soldier, that once you landed that is the furthest success of any plan, and that any plan past the plan from that point on, is all improv according to how it can fit the plan.
Something your businessmen in London who kill more people every day than the soldiers do, will never have to do. go to jail.


care to explain??


that these people, as well as the Rothschilds who kill more people every day than the wars, will never step foot in a jail. Because these are the people who approve of the genocides from your country.
The organsiation’s influence across the western / globalist collective nations is clear to see. The British members are:

Peter Sutherland (European Honorary Chairman)
Antonio Borges
Lord Brittan
John Bruton
Robin Ruchanan
Richard Burrows
Iain Conn
Richard Conroy
Alfonso Cortina
Caroline Daniel
Guy Elliot
Hugh Friel
Lord Gilbert
Dermot Gleeson
Stephen Green
Lord Guthrie
Nigel Higgins
Lady Barbara Judge
Lord Kerr
Lord Mandelson
Sir Mark Moody-Stuart
Denis O’brien
Richard Olver
Lord Patten
Lord Simon
Nicholas Soames
Sir Martin sorrel
Alexander Wilmot-Sitwell
This is quite a powerhouse of business and political influence. Strongly represented by this group are :

UBS bank (world no. 2 for wealth management)
BP plc
The European Union Commission
The Rothschild Group
The British House of Lords
Several more banking institutions


thank you again bert, and congratulations. You have been awarded the golden sheep award.
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Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Bert666 » Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:56 pm

Something your businessmen in London who kill more people every day than the soldiers do, will never have to do. go to jail.


care to explain??

they protect our civilians. That is all that is stated in their oath, since they are not out to protect those countries


so your saying its ok to kill innocent civilians, maybe even children as long as their not american??

What does that link have to do with anything? everything, if you think the US is the big bad wolf, your country still contributes to what actions are done on a global scale for the U.S.


yes because David cameran has his head so far up Obama's ass he cant tell white from black,

You really are the most ignorant person on here huh?


yes :pray:

Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Mrmcnuggets » Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:46 pm

bert666 wrote:
and they're going to jail?


in previous comments you say that the army is there to protect civilians, not kill them and keep their bodies as war trophies

You miss all the facts about bush being related to the queen, and that the US is jointly run by the trilateral commission. Run in secret in your country.

The Trilateral Commission is a non-governmental, non-partisan discussion group founded by David Rockefeller in July 1973 to foster closer cooperation among the United States, Europe and Japan.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trilateral_Commission
whats that got to do with your soilders killing innocent civilians

Still want more bert?

yes please :D


they protect our civilians. That is all that is stated in their oath, since they are not out to protect those countries. That is why it is a war crime. That is why they are going to jail. Something your businessmen in London who kill more people every day than the soldiers do, will never have to do. go to jail.

What does that link have to do with anything? everything, if you think the US is the big bad wolf, your country still contributes to what actions are done on a global scale for the U.S.

You really are the most ignorant person on here huh?
you have failed to dis prove anything i have said, which is said to fix your wrong statements. and you keep coming back thinking you know anything. Its quite humorous.

Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Bert666 » Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:40 pm

and they're going to jail?


in previous comments you say that the army is there to protect civilians, not kill them and keep their bodies as war trophies

You miss all the facts about bush being related to the queen, and that the US is jointly run by the trilateral commission. Run in secret in your country.

The Trilateral Commission is a non-governmental, non-partisan discussion group founded by David Rockefeller in July 1973 to foster closer cooperation among the United States, Europe and Japan.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trilateral_Commission
whats that got to do with your soilders killing innocent civilians

Still want more bert?

yes please :D

Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Mrmcnuggets » Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:31 pm

bert666 wrote:read through the comments and if you notice i mentioned the underground bombings, not the riots,

We haven't really bullied the chinese much,

but your army forces are bullying afgans, are they trying to wipe out the innocent civilians first to think that they may have a chance of winning war. no wonder you can't win the war with all the soilders being stonned. no wonder obama wants to pull then out by the holidays

A US soldier accused of killing Afghan civilians and keeping their remains as war trophies is to face military trial.

It is alleged that Staff Sgt Calvin Gibbs, 26, was the ringleader of a "kill team" that included four other soldiers who carried out the killings.

The trial, held in Washington state, involves some of the most serious allegations of atrocities committed by US soldiers in Afghanistan.

If convicted, Sgt Gibbs could face life in prison without parole.

Sgt Gibbs, from Billings, Montana, has been charged with three counts of premeditated murder as well as cutting fingers off dead bodies.

He was found in possession of "finger bones, leg bones and a tooth taken from Afghan corpses," according to the charges.

He is also accused of beating a soldier who alerted army superiors to drug use within the unit.

'Dope-smoking soldiers'
The court martial of Sgt Gibbs is the culmination of an investigation into the use of marijuana in his squad that began 18 months ago.

Judges have already convicted three other members of the rogue platoon who pleaded guilty in exchange for reduced sentences.

Sgt Gibbs' trial is due to last around one week, with approximately 30 witnesses expected to testify.

Proceedings on Friday will include jury selection, as well as other procedural motions.

Jeremy Morlock, 23, who was sentenced to 24 years in jail and dishonourably discharged, is expected to testify against Sgt Gibbs under the terms of his plea deal.


The 5th Stryker Brigade was deployed in western Kandahar, Afghanistan
During his hearing, Morlock admitted to involvement in the murders and to using stolen weapons to implicate the victims as enemy fighters.

But in a pre-trial hearing in November 2010, Phillip Stackhouse, who is representing Sgt Gibbs, said his client had not participated in the murders.

He argued against the reliability of evidence from "these dope-smoking soldiers in a combat zone. Who are you going to believe, where does the credibility lay?"

All five soldiers in the "kill team" were members of the 5th Stryker Brigade, based in Fort Lewis, Washington, in the north-western US.

Seven other soldiers were charged with less serious, related offences but most have agreed plea deals.

Several of the men were convicted for offences ranging from shooting at civilians to the use of illegal drugs.

In March 2011, photographs were published showing the soldiers posing with the bloody corpses of Afghan civilians they had just killed.

The images, described by the US Army as "disturbing and in striking contrast to the standards and values of the US Army" prompted the army to apologise for the distress the photos caused.

The killings took place between January and March 2010.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-15499132



and they're going to jail?

You miss all the facts about bush being related to the queen, and that the US is jointly run by the trilateral commission. Run in secret in your country.
http://www.collativelearning.com/blogbreakingnews/?p=83

Still want more bert?

Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Bert666 » Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:19 pm

read through the comments and if you notice i mentioned the underground bombings, not the riots,

We haven't really bullied the chinese much,

but your army forces are bullying afgans, are they trying to wipe out the innocent civilians first to think that they may have a chance of winning war. no wonder you can't win the war with all the soilders being stonned. no wonder obama wants to pull then out by the holidays

A US soldier accused of killing Afghan civilians and keeping their remains as war trophies is to face military trial.

It is alleged that Staff Sgt Calvin Gibbs, 26, was the ringleader of a "kill team" that included four other soldiers who carried out the killings.

The trial, held in Washington state, involves some of the most serious allegations of atrocities committed by US soldiers in Afghanistan.

If convicted, Sgt Gibbs could face life in prison without parole.

Sgt Gibbs, from Billings, Montana, has been charged with three counts of premeditated murder as well as cutting fingers off dead bodies.

He was found in possession of "finger bones, leg bones and a tooth taken from Afghan corpses," according to the charges.

He is also accused of beating a soldier who alerted army superiors to drug use within the unit.

'Dope-smoking soldiers'
The court martial of Sgt Gibbs is the culmination of an investigation into the use of marijuana in his squad that began 18 months ago.

Judges have already convicted three other members of the rogue platoon who pleaded guilty in exchange for reduced sentences.

Sgt Gibbs' trial is due to last around one week, with approximately 30 witnesses expected to testify.

Proceedings on Friday will include jury selection, as well as other procedural motions.

Jeremy Morlock, 23, who was sentenced to 24 years in jail and dishonourably discharged, is expected to testify against Sgt Gibbs under the terms of his plea deal.


The 5th Stryker Brigade was deployed in western Kandahar, Afghanistan
During his hearing, Morlock admitted to involvement in the murders and to using stolen weapons to implicate the victims as enemy fighters.

But in a pre-trial hearing in November 2010, Phillip Stackhouse, who is representing Sgt Gibbs, said his client had not participated in the murders.

He argued against the reliability of evidence from "these dope-smoking soldiers in a combat zone. Who are you going to believe, where does the credibility lay?"

All five soldiers in the "kill team" were members of the 5th Stryker Brigade, based in Fort Lewis, Washington, in the north-western US.

Seven other soldiers were charged with less serious, related offences but most have agreed plea deals.

Several of the men were convicted for offences ranging from shooting at civilians to the use of illegal drugs.

In March 2011, photographs were published showing the soldiers posing with the bloody corpses of Afghan civilians they had just killed.

The images, described by the US Army as "disturbing and in striking contrast to the standards and values of the US Army" prompted the army to apologise for the distress the photos caused.

The killings took place between January and March 2010.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-15499132

Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Mrmcnuggets » Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:02 pm

bert666 wrote:so the guy who was challenged by the police at the time of the London underground bombing showed no signs of aggression but still acted in a suspicious way by running from the police, obviously he had something he shouldn't, if it was a bomb and it exploded then yes the police saved a lot of lives that day.

What is the armys job? To protect against enemies foreign, and domestic.

the jobs of the army is to protect the country from invading forces, such as terror attacks, not to protect us from the police. police men and women are ment to protect from crime, death ect,

If they EMP all of the satellites, they would not be able to launch the nuke.
Second. Do you know how long it takes to fly to the moon? Even at super speeds? We would know its coming. Oh you don't know how long it taes? Well. The fastest time is 8 hours, and the longest being 1 year.

laser targeting feild ibm uplinks directly to the war heads



I am talking about Mark Duggan, during the london riots. Who was shot, because a cop got shot with another cops MP5 bullet in the radio.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Mark_Duggan
but initial ballistics tests on the projectile indicate it was a "jacketed round", a police issue bullet fired from a Heckler & Koch MP5 semi-automatic carbine

Where do I ever say london underground bombings too? I am curious to where you dug that shit up from when I never mentioned it to context.

The armys job. Is to protect the people from enemies both foreign, AND domestic.

It is in their fucking OATH OF ENLISTMENT
http://usmilitary.about.com/od/joiningt ... enlist.htm


Is china on the moon now? No. When they are with nukes, you have more to worry about on a tiny island, than does america, being 200 years old. Again, the UK, has fucked china, tried to keep control of hong kong, since the beginning of time. We haven't really bullied the chinese much, in fact, we gave them our whole manufacturing industry almost.

Any more facts, mr soldier?
:alien51:

Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Bert666 » Mon Oct 31, 2011 6:50 pm

so the guy who was challenged by the police at the time of the London underground bombing showed no signs of aggression but still acted in a suspicious way by running from the police, obviously he had something he shouldn't, if it was a bomb and it exploded then yes the police saved a lot of lives that day.

What is the armys job? To protect against enemies foreign, and domestic.

the jobs of the army is to protect the country from invading forces, such as terror attacks, not to protect us from the police. police men and women are ment to protect from crime, death ect,

If they EMP all of the satellites, they would not be able to launch the nuke.
Second. Do you know how long it takes to fly to the moon? Even at super speeds? We would know its coming. Oh you don't know how long it taes? Well. The fastest time is 8 hours, and the longest being 1 year.

laser targeting feild ibm uplinks directly to the war heads

Re: 13 Americans wacked in afghanistan

Post by Mrmcnuggets » Mon Oct 31, 2011 6:09 pm

bert666 wrote:i thought the whole idea of police is to protect innocent people, not shoot them in the street and leave them to die on the street, and army to protect against terror attacks, not to protect the public from the police,
What is the armys job? To protect against enemies foreign, and domestic.

I thought cops couldn't have guns in the UK for that one reason.
police in the UK do have weapons, but they use them differently to you, they use them as a last resort, not just to shoot men down in the street for not having enough money for a bus fair. yes our police have shot and killed people in the street, they killed 1 man in the london underground to save the lives of thousands, not just because they felt like it.

Yes. They really saved thousands by killing an innocent black man that showed no signs of aggression.


The only powers to be able to blow shit up in space, from the ground, is US,and CHina. Kind of hard to launch a nuke if wed blow it up before it entered the lower atmosphere.

i was on about if they fired it from the moon service the USA cant even find that sat alight that fell a while back you could not shoot down a nuke that is fast as fkuc
don't forget they e.m.p all your sat alights first and radar so you wouldn't even see the nukes coming
you can argue all day don't care its good entertainment for me, better than any daytime TV. ,
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If they EMP all of the satellites, they would not be able to launch the nuke. :bang;
Second. Do you know how long it takes to fly to the moon? Even at super speeds? We would know its coming. Oh you don't know how long it taes? Well. The fastest time is 8 hours, and the longest being 1 year.


Any more bert, that was probably the best one yet

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