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12-23-2011 07:18 AM
wolfen Maybe because they love him? or else its anoter lie and all tehy show is the few that were his family
12-22-2011 07:03 PM
AmericaOverland Why are North Koreans in tears? Is it because the new leader will be even more terrifying or give them another 40 years of deprivation and starvation?
12-30-2010 11:47 AM
wolfen
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I hear you! The more the better! Be prepared! I lived through Katrina and weapons were a plus. Your fellow man may become your fellow felon!
Yep, and I will defend my family, property and country form all enemy's both foreign and domestic, my fellow man become a felon he then becomes an enemy and a clear and present danger to my family
12-29-2010 05:28 PM
chucky cheese
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Originally Posted by wolfen View Post
Doesn't matter either way, the United states NEEDS weapons , thats what we use for war when our troops are required to serve. Me? why do I have em, well.....2 reasons, (1) cause I can 92) who do ya think is gonna defend THIS country while our troops are overseas? We The people, thats who.
I hear you! The more the better! Be prepared! I lived through Katrina and weapons were a plus. Your fellow man may become your fellow felon!
12-29-2010 04:43 PM
wolfen
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I think he meant you as in us as a nation spending all of our money on defense and military. Not personal arms.
Doesn't matter either way, the United states NEEDS weapons , thats what we use for war when our troops are required to serve. Me? why do I have em, well.....2 reasons, (1) cause I can 92) who do ya think is gonna defend THIS country while our troops are overseas? We The people, thats who.
12-28-2010 09:14 PM
baja I see said the blind man,my bad.
12-28-2010 05:27 PM
chucky cheese
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Originally Posted by FlyinJeeps View Post
agreed, except for the fact you spend all your money on guns.. If it weren't for that, every country in the world would owe you a wack load of money. Then again, without the guns you might all be speaking Russian, German, or Chinese today.
I think he meant you as in us as a nation spending all of our money on defense and military. Not personal arms.
12-28-2010 05:11 PM
wolfen
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agreed, except for the fact you spend all your money on guns.. If it weren't for that, every country in the world would owe you a wack load of money. Then again, without the guns you might all be speaking Russian, German, or Chinese today.
The only gun I have ever bought was a Mosin Nagant 1981/30 rifle, its a 7.62x54R with a rear tangent sight that is accurate to withing 500 meters And a HK 91. Also7.62x54R
My 12 ga, my 10 ga, me .22 were give to me by my father who had them given to him by his father,
both the guns I bought were under 100 a piece so they were GREAT buys, but for home defense I prefer either the 12 ga, or a round razor sharp blade mounted on a handle that I learned to build from my Grandfather, that was the preferred weapon of my ancestors in Vlad Tepes Army riding Romania of muslin rulers.

But I WILL use these weapons in defense of this nation when ever and where I am asked to, or needed to protect us from enemies that invade, and please no comments about Obama invading, he was elected not an invader. ( only reason I say that is I was told he was a invader on another forum I go to )
12-27-2010 09:59 PM
baja Last I knew ruger and s+w were american made so that money is going right back into our economy.Don't think that iron is coming from anywheres but the good old usa.AND we aren't under the coatails of a queen either.
12-27-2010 09:57 PM
IndyJeepMan Its a big diplomatic war honestly. China won't want to defend N. Korea because that would be going against us, we are their biggest purchaser and bolster their economy, and honestly if we went to war do you think we would pay them?

We would lose alot I mean ALOT of products and such. It would ruin the world economy. Kim Jong Il knows that and he is just playing with S. Korea.

But lets face it, let any of them make a move. The U.S. of A will be there to open a large can of woop-@ss on anyone over there, and we have half the world and all the strongest militaries behind us

Long live, Uhmurrrica
12-27-2010 09:41 PM
FlyinJeeps
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True, but if we had anybody in office here with a lick of common sense we wouldn't owe any other country anything in the first place.
agreed, except for the fact you spend all your money on guns.. If it weren't for that, every country in the world would owe you a wack load of money. Then again, without the guns you might all be speaking Russian, German, or Chinese today.
12-27-2010 09:36 PM
wolfen True, but if we had anybody in office here with a lick of common sense we wouldn't owe any other country anything in the first place.
12-27-2010 09:29 PM
FlyinJeeps
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I have the answer, but its in eth form of another question:

Where do you think the Current Administration borrowed the money its wasting on Obamanomics from?

You really believe that? You think all this debt just came along in the last 2 years? buwahahah.. yea it has nothing to do with the wars from the Bush administration..nothing at all... FYI your debt went from 5-6 trillion to almost 12 trillion under bush. So far under Obama it's gone from 11-12 to 14.. Also, under the Clinton administration the debt was basically a flat line.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_public_debt
12-27-2010 09:27 PM
wolfen Hey its either the govt's debt or my debt, and last time I checked I have never signed any paperwork to make a loan from another country. So basically as far as I'm concerned I shouldn't be required to pay it back thats just plain robbery.
12-27-2010 08:29 PM
baja Hmm.So then its not america's debt its the politicians debt.Killing in the name of.I guess we had better dump more money into the defense fund just incase they decide they want a balloon payment.Really frightening the direction we are headed on the accounts of those we "elected".Basically we are under the control of a mafia like pyramid scam worldwide.Lovely.Back to my cave I've had enough political awareness for the day.
12-27-2010 07:40 PM
wolfen I have the answer, but its in eth form of another question:

Where do you think the Current Administration borrowed the money its wasting on Obamanomics from?
12-27-2010 04:17 PM
baja I have a serious question.How is it that we owe the chinese so much money?
12-27-2010 01:12 PM
wolfen Well guys either way ya look at it N Korea and S Korea will someday be fighting this war that never ended again and China ( being communist country) will support N Korea, I think THATS what we need to remember as we import more and more from China. Personally i don't trust ANYBODY who supports a communist country any more than I trust a muslim terrorist with a bomb strapped to his chest.
12-27-2010 11:48 AM
baja What the hell,they are over populated as it is.I must admit tho I really enjoy a good china buffet.We need to sneak our special ops boys in there and snag the cookbooks.Well gotta go.have to wok the dogs.
12-27-2010 03:31 AM
bwdenman I stumbled across this great resource concerning NKorea messing with the South. Apparently today the Pres. of South Korea said the next act of violence by the Norks to the South would result in war.

http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/row/RL30004.pdf
12-22-2010 12:08 PM
navret just wanted to keep this thread alive, want to hear from our people who are stationed there. hopefully they will keep us posted.
12-20-2010 03:51 PM
wolfen According to Reuters N Korea is backing down and wants to "talk" about nuclear options

wranglerYJnewb, I served too, not during the Korean war, but from 1980-1999 (every little war between 1980 and 1999)
12-20-2010 02:06 PM
wranglerYJnewb
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many of us have served!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I served
12-20-2010 01:57 PM
Jerry Bransford What worries me about NK is that Kim Il-sung's son recently took his first leadership position and he is expected to show his strength in various ways until he has shown that he is worthy of his new position... ultimately taking over for his father.

The son, Kim Jong-il, is who is responsible for the recent artillery barrage on that SK island that killed the four civilians. He did that within just a few days of assuming his office which pleased the military greatly... he did it as a show of his toughness and that he isn't afraid of the SK military.

I think we're going to be seeing a lot of such postering from NK for the time being until the newness of office has worn off.

At least it appears China is stepping up their talks with NK, not that NK really listens to what China says anymore. I'm thinking China probably figured out a way to convince NK to back down from their earlier announced intentions to attack SK if SK proceeded with their live fire exercises that were darned close to the SK/NK border.
12-20-2010 01:39 AM
bwdenman "According to South Korea's Yonhap news agency, North Korea has raised military readiness of its artillery unit along the west coast.
It cited an unidentified South Korean government official who was also quoted as saying some North Korean fighter jets that had been inside the west coast air force hangar had come outside."

South Korea is shooting bombs into the sea and North Korea is pulling all its planes out of the garage. Interesting day.
12-17-2010 03:29 PM
FlyinJeeps
Canada's military obligations in the volatile region are outlined in a briefing note prepared for Defence Minister Peter MacKay shortly after North Korea detonated a nuclear device last year.
The note by the Defence Department's policy branch, which was obtained by The Canadian Press, says the UN alliance could be used to generate an international fighting force if war erupts

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Because Canada was one of the combatants in the Korean War, it became part of an organization known as the United Nations Command — or UNC — following the 1953 armistice that ended three years of war between North and South Korea.


Read more: CBC News - Politics - Korean war could involve Canada





We are getting ready to join you in battle by the sounds of things here.
12-17-2010 03:24 PM
wolfen Like I said before basically North Korea wants to make South Korea part of North Korea like it used to be, when they do it will be names Korea like N and S Vietnam after the war it was just Vietnam, but also like I said before if N and S Korea heat the war that HAS NOT stopped yet since 1953, the United States WILL be at war with China, who helps will be helping North Korea, just remember as we titer on the brink or the Korean war resuming......most of our stuff is made in China......which is ALSO STILL a communist country.
12-17-2010 03:20 PM
navret well, maybe this could turn into a "problem".
12-17-2010 08:38 AM
Mr. Sinister N. Korea warns Seoul to ax military drill - World news - Asia-Pacific - North Korea - msnbc.com
12-16-2010 03:34 PM
navret
bwdenman

i would think sk is trying to save face with its citizens, acting like they are ready for anything. China has most likely put a stop to its "step child's " tantrum. nothing mentioned, that i've caught", on cnn. keep us posted.
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