Saturday, August 27, 2005
THE HELL YOU SAY
Mohammed Deif, a bombmaker for Hamas, has stated that they will not stop until Israel is "erased from the map". What? But I thought Sharon giving into their demands and ripping thousands of people from their homes was going to stop the attacks. Who could have seen this coming? Oh, that's right, I did. I've been saying all along that they don't want us and the Jews dead because we "occupy" their land, they want us dead because we're not fruitcake Islamo-fascist killers. Wow, I was right...again.
The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing

11 comments:

Greta (Hooah Wife) said...

Everyone knew this was inevitable. It just validates anything Israel does against "them" from this point forward with the US backing them. I just wish Israel never gave land back to terrorists - to them it is just a victory.

Anonymous said...

I told you so..told you..told you...told you....more than a year ago...told you......When are you guys going to start believing me when I tell you about Islam and it's teachings and the idiology of these psycho's?

Christopher Lee said...

Dude, I've been saying the same thing right along with you.

Anonymous said...

What's that? Lumping all Palestinians in one bundle? Never!

Anonymous said...

Yep! Lump Lump Lump...throw in some coward Aussie's too for good measure.

Anonymous said...

Of course the fact that Australian troops were more effective than US troops, and have historically been so has no bearing. How many US casualties have there been in Iraq? Few thousand? Only 2 Australian casualties so far... and the first was from a carbomb aimed at US troops, and the second was from a British helicopter crashing.

Idiot American.

Anonymous said...

Australian troops were more effective than US troops, Really? The ones you hate and do not support because of your cowardice? Care to prove that, Dipshit? I know how you are so big on research so I'am sure I will be getting links and story's to back up that ridiculous claim.

How many US casualties have there been in Iraq? Few thousand? Only 2 Australian casualties so far Considering there are so actual few combat Aussie troops (maybe about 12) in action; I dare say your boy's have a much higher mortality rate. Better train them better, ole chap.
and the first was from a carbomb aimed at US troops, and the second was from a British helicopter crashing. Yes..damm the luck killing cooks and ditch diggers when you meant to kill American combat troops. Oh well; back to the drawing board for your ilk! Get cracking son..we aint got all day!!!

Anonymous said...

Oh yes John. We all know that the only way to support our troops is to throw them into the most dangerous situations we can.

And yes I can. We've lost 1 soldier. On top of that we have a history of doing with considerably less troops what you couldn't do with your whole army.

You've probably never heard of Anzac cove, have you?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landing_at_Anzac_Cove

Heard of the Rats of Tobruk? 14,000 Australians held Tobruk for 8 months, when they were told they'd be reinforced and supplied in 8 weeks.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rats_of_Tobruk

Heck, there's so much stuff I might as well just give you this:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Army

And no, if you want actual information:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Falconer

Fact is, that the Australian army is better trained than the US army is (in fact, it's generally considered one of the best trained on the planet) and is also one of the most technologically advanced.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Defence_Force

Anonymous said...

Oh, in other words, go find a wooden post and insert it up your rectum.

The US army is so badly trained that most people don't want to fight with them. 100% of Canada's casualties from the Gulf War were from US friendly fire you guys suck so badly, and a large portion of the British casualties were too.

Anonymous said...

Oh, in other words, go find a wooden post and insert it up your rectum. You first..your picture indicates you would enjoy it much more than I.

Are you going to provide any links about the Aussie military in Iraq or just more articles from WWII? BTW that was half a century ago.

Anonymous said...

I did, but you obviously missed it entirely:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Falconer
We sent in our SAS troopers because we figured that sending in commandoes would be more effective than over-extending our forces to the point of requiring the use of... National Guard as the reserves.

Oh, btw, I love the way you judge my mentality by the way I look. Real Nazi-style doctrine coming through there. Let's see - were you going with phrenology there, or just mere eugenics?