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#182 - Because, living in one of the hated minorities in the U.S has …  [+] (1 reply) 03/06/2012 on dilligaf 0
#188 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
TBH we dont care what they are after we got what we want and they can get what they want Its like a symbiotic relationship, where we both benefit. If its oil they are after they can have but like everyone else they will need to pay. We are hardly gonna keep the oil and drink it up, it is much more useful sold.

Im not sure if they are still up (i would imagine so) but yes if you like to sit down, smoke hookah play cards and watch football with a chatty relaxed atmosphere at the same time for an extremely low price then libya in general is the place to be ;)
#121 - There was no actual mission. The U.S saw there was a revolutio…  [+] (3 replies) 03/06/2012 on dilligaf 0
#128 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
I concur the hundreds of tomahawk missiles that had struck gaddafi's bases say other wise. It was a joint operation consisting of many countries of which america was a part of. As a Libyan i appreciate the support of any country and why not let them pat themselves on the back for not letting another Kosovo incident happen. Another thing is the intervention was called for by the Libyan people to the UN who gave the mission to NATO. Its not as if the US heard of a revolution happening and just came in uninvited. The US joined in the operation at its most crucial point when just hours before the full scale attack on the major city of benghazi (consisting of +1.5 million)
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#182 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
Because, living in one of the hated minorities in the U.S has given me a very clear image of just what is going on here. They don't care about you folks.. They don't care about anyone but themselves. All their after is money and "glory"

On an unrelated note... Are the cafe's in Tripoli (If any are still standing) as good as they're rumored to be?
#188 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
TBH we dont care what they are after we got what we want and they can get what they want Its like a symbiotic relationship, where we both benefit. If its oil they are after they can have but like everyone else they will need to pay. We are hardly gonna keep the oil and drink it up, it is much more useful sold.

Im not sure if they are still up (i would imagine so) but yes if you like to sit down, smoke hookah play cards and watch football with a chatty relaxed atmosphere at the same time for an extremely low price then libya in general is the place to be ;)
#107 - This coming from the jackass that can't even figure out the sp…  [+] (5 replies) 03/06/2012 on dilligaf +1
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#117 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
Well i would like to say that the mission in Libya was a success, even though USA had little involvement in it compared to other contributors but it was the support and initial attacks that count.
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#121 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
There was no actual mission. The U.S saw there was a revolution afoot and wanted to take credit for it. This was something that had been brewing for decades. Then the U.S walks in after the damn thing has boiled over and expects to be treated like they did something.
#128 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
I concur the hundreds of tomahawk missiles that had struck gaddafi's bases say other wise. It was a joint operation consisting of many countries of which america was a part of. As a Libyan i appreciate the support of any country and why not let them pat themselves on the back for not letting another Kosovo incident happen. Another thing is the intervention was called for by the Libyan people to the UN who gave the mission to NATO. Its not as if the US heard of a revolution happening and just came in uninvited. The US joined in the operation at its most crucial point when just hours before the full scale attack on the major city of benghazi (consisting of +1.5 million)
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#182 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
Because, living in one of the hated minorities in the U.S has given me a very clear image of just what is going on here. They don't care about you folks.. They don't care about anyone but themselves. All their after is money and "glory"

On an unrelated note... Are the cafe's in Tripoli (If any are still standing) as good as they're rumored to be?
#188 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
TBH we dont care what they are after we got what we want and they can get what they want Its like a symbiotic relationship, where we both benefit. If its oil they are after they can have but like everyone else they will need to pay. We are hardly gonna keep the oil and drink it up, it is much more useful sold.

Im not sure if they are still up (i would imagine so) but yes if you like to sit down, smoke hookah play cards and watch football with a chatty relaxed atmosphere at the same time for an extremely low price then libya in general is the place to be ;)
#101 - More like i'm someone who pays attention to what is going on. …  [+] (12 replies) 03/06/2012 on dilligaf 0
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#103 - latinotornado (03/06/2012) [-]
yeaa ur not a troll ur jus retarded sooo stfu
#112 - dammriver (03/06/2012) [-]
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#118 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
It is not often that we find a specimen that would rally both the Grammar Nazis and the Spelling Spetnaz in one post...
#108 - CargeLock (03/06/2012) [-]
I think you're the one that's retarded, bro. Go back to your "fuckyeah'murrika" policing the world bullshit. Don't get me wrong, I love this country. I'm just not too fond of the people running it.
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#119 - latinotornado (03/06/2012) [-]
first off im not a retard.the only thing u could joke bout me bein a retard is that fact that i dont care how i spell over the internet.wow ur on the fuckin internet on a website made for comedy an u dont spell right?wow u mus be retarded.ANYWAY i havent rlly been fond of the ppl running this country either.the past few presidential canidates sucked ass :/ im jus sick of seein all this bashing america stuff man..I was born an raised here i luv it here.aint no country better playboy than America.and ppl shouldnt be bashin our Military sayin they aint doin shit,bc they do.
#127 - CargeLock (03/06/2012) [-]
Oh wow, please tell me you're trolling. This isn't the greatest country on the earth anymore, it may have been a while back, but that's long gone. It's a great country, but we're not doing so well lately if you haven't noticed. The president is nothing more than a scapegoat with little say in what the country does. And our military is doing a bunch of shit, I'll give you that. But for the wrong reasons. They think they're doing a duty for the people of this country when they're really doing a duty for the politicians/big businesses. And I have a feeling if they knew that they wouldn't have joined in the first place. I think they feel as if though they are defending this country, which is great. We need defenders of this country. But in reality they're more on the offensive.
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#107 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
This coming from the jackass that can't even figure out the spell-check provided in the text form. Brilliant.

Prove to me that there has been ONE justifiable Military action overseas in the past 70 years.

By the way, Afghanistan doesn't count because we fucked that job up pretty nicely.
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#117 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
Well i would like to say that the mission in Libya was a success, even though USA had little involvement in it compared to other contributors but it was the support and initial attacks that count.
User avatar
#121 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
There was no actual mission. The U.S saw there was a revolution afoot and wanted to take credit for it. This was something that had been brewing for decades. Then the U.S walks in after the damn thing has boiled over and expects to be treated like they did something.
#128 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
I concur the hundreds of tomahawk missiles that had struck gaddafi's bases say other wise. It was a joint operation consisting of many countries of which america was a part of. As a Libyan i appreciate the support of any country and why not let them pat themselves on the back for not letting another Kosovo incident happen. Another thing is the intervention was called for by the Libyan people to the UN who gave the mission to NATO. Its not as if the US heard of a revolution happening and just came in uninvited. The US joined in the operation at its most crucial point when just hours before the full scale attack on the major city of benghazi (consisting of +1.5 million)
User avatar
#182 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
Because, living in one of the hated minorities in the U.S has given me a very clear image of just what is going on here. They don't care about you folks.. They don't care about anyone but themselves. All their after is money and "glory"

On an unrelated note... Are the cafe's in Tripoli (If any are still standing) as good as they're rumored to be?
#188 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
TBH we dont care what they are after we got what we want and they can get what they want Its like a symbiotic relationship, where we both benefit. If its oil they are after they can have but like everyone else they will need to pay. We are hardly gonna keep the oil and drink it up, it is much more useful sold.

Im not sure if they are still up (i would imagine so) but yes if you like to sit down, smoke hookah play cards and watch football with a chatty relaxed atmosphere at the same time for an extremely low price then libya in general is the place to be ;)
#90 - .... Really? Are you ******* kidding me? The Military is nothi…  [+] (21 replies) 03/06/2012 on dilligaf -7
#152 - anon (03/06/2012) [-]
were not in iraq anymore...
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#177 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
No, now we're heading into Iran. And we're STILL in Afghanistan.
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#92 - latinotornado (03/06/2012) [-]
either ur a troll...or stfu
#104 - CargeLock (03/06/2012) [-]
Uh, he's right. We went in to Iraq over 9/11 after it was Saudi Arabians that attacked us. Now the whole war is fueled by "omg terroristz", when in reality they aren't even really a threat. So basically we're in Iraq with little or no reason to be there. And do you know what Iraq has? Oil. Oil that the big money makers want. Then people join the military because they feel they are doing a duty to their country, when in reality they're just pawns for the big money makers. When I say money makers I mean not only large corporations, but also some politicians.
#170 - thelastpuffin (03/06/2012) [-]
Im not trying to start a fight or nuthin but we (the entire coalition) left Iraq and only have a residual force in Afghanistan in case Iran does something stupid.
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#114 - psychodreadnought (03/06/2012) [-]
I joined the U.S. Army snipers because i like felling stealthy
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#110 - latinotornado (03/06/2012) [-]
hm..u do hav a point
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#101 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
More like i'm someone who pays attention to what is going on. There has not been a single justifiable use of our Armed Forces since the U.S involvement in WWII.

Now they're being used because our politicians are greedy xenophobes. And mindless racists.
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#103 - latinotornado (03/06/2012) [-]
yeaa ur not a troll ur jus retarded sooo stfu
#112 - dammriver (03/06/2012) [-]
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#118 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
It is not often that we find a specimen that would rally both the Grammar Nazis and the Spelling Spetnaz in one post...
#108 - CargeLock (03/06/2012) [-]
I think you're the one that's retarded, bro. Go back to your "fuckyeah'murrika" policing the world bullshit. Don't get me wrong, I love this country. I'm just not too fond of the people running it.
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#119 - latinotornado (03/06/2012) [-]
first off im not a retard.the only thing u could joke bout me bein a retard is that fact that i dont care how i spell over the internet.wow ur on the fuckin internet on a website made for comedy an u dont spell right?wow u mus be retarded.ANYWAY i havent rlly been fond of the ppl running this country either.the past few presidential canidates sucked ass :/ im jus sick of seein all this bashing america stuff man..I was born an raised here i luv it here.aint no country better playboy than America.and ppl shouldnt be bashin our Military sayin they aint doin shit,bc they do.
#127 - CargeLock (03/06/2012) [-]
Oh wow, please tell me you're trolling. This isn't the greatest country on the earth anymore, it may have been a while back, but that's long gone. It's a great country, but we're not doing so well lately if you haven't noticed. The president is nothing more than a scapegoat with little say in what the country does. And our military is doing a bunch of shit, I'll give you that. But for the wrong reasons. They think they're doing a duty for the people of this country when they're really doing a duty for the politicians/big businesses. And I have a feeling if they knew that they wouldn't have joined in the first place. I think they feel as if though they are defending this country, which is great. We need defenders of this country. But in reality they're more on the offensive.
User avatar
#107 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
This coming from the jackass that can't even figure out the spell-check provided in the text form. Brilliant.

Prove to me that there has been ONE justifiable Military action overseas in the past 70 years.

By the way, Afghanistan doesn't count because we fucked that job up pretty nicely.
User avatar
#117 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
Well i would like to say that the mission in Libya was a success, even though USA had little involvement in it compared to other contributors but it was the support and initial attacks that count.
User avatar
#121 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
There was no actual mission. The U.S saw there was a revolution afoot and wanted to take credit for it. This was something that had been brewing for decades. Then the U.S walks in after the damn thing has boiled over and expects to be treated like they did something.
#128 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
I concur the hundreds of tomahawk missiles that had struck gaddafi's bases say other wise. It was a joint operation consisting of many countries of which america was a part of. As a Libyan i appreciate the support of any country and why not let them pat themselves on the back for not letting another Kosovo incident happen. Another thing is the intervention was called for by the Libyan people to the UN who gave the mission to NATO. Its not as if the US heard of a revolution happening and just came in uninvited. The US joined in the operation at its most crucial point when just hours before the full scale attack on the major city of benghazi (consisting of +1.5 million)
User avatar
#182 - LastCall (03/06/2012) [-]
Because, living in one of the hated minorities in the U.S has given me a very clear image of just what is going on here. They don't care about you folks.. They don't care about anyone but themselves. All their after is money and "glory"

On an unrelated note... Are the cafe's in Tripoli (If any are still standing) as good as they're rumored to be?
#188 - gamouchi (03/06/2012) [-]
TBH we dont care what they are after we got what we want and they can get what they want Its like a symbiotic relationship, where we both benefit. If its oil they are after they can have but like everyone else they will need to pay. We are hardly gonna keep the oil and drink it up, it is much more useful sold.

Im not sure if they are still up (i would imagine so) but yes if you like to sit down, smoke hookah play cards and watch football with a chatty relaxed atmosphere at the same time for an extremely low price then libya in general is the place to be ;)