American-Canadian war?


#1

Well, those stupid-ass American militants are at it again:

Yahoo!News story: “afghan mistaken bombing”

You knew it was only a matter of time before an “errant” bomb hit and killed a host of Canadian soldiers, there to aid America in it’s war effort. The shit has just hit the fan, folks, and Canada’s government is seething.

quote:
"...clearly there are many questions that the families, and all Canadians, expect to have answered.", says Prime Minister Jean Chretien

Oh, you bet they expect answers. But will they get any? Probably just some lame-ass excuse, like the US government always gives. Say “sorry” all you want, Mr. DWI Bush, but 4 people are dead. Remember when an “errant” bomb destroyed a Chinese embassy in Belgrade? Are American soldiers too damn stupid to figure out where the hell they’re supposed to drop a f–king bomb?

No wonder the world hates America. Not because of it’s militaristic tendencies, but because they’re afraid that if they become an ally, they’ll probably end up sustaining more “friendly-fire” casualties than the enemy.

That said, I’m an American, and I’ve said so before. Some people are probably wondering why I’m so critical of the US, but yet I’ve blasted non-Americans for dishing out shit about us. I love my country, but things are currently f’d up. America, to an American, is like your wife. You can trash her all you want, but if somebody else says something against her, that’s it. Feel my wrath. But all you pissed off Canadians, say whatever you want. I won’t defend this stupid shit.


#2

Well, we know that the Canadian tropps who were killed (by accident) weren’t from the Canadian Airborne Regiment, don’t we? This “elite” unit was disbanded in disgrace after they video-taped themselves torturing and murdering children in Somalia. Their officers tried a cover-up but enough people were disgusted by the Canadian “peacekeepers” conduct that the truth still managed to come out. Check out: http://www.commando.org/somalia.php

BTW, when I was with the 82d Airborne, we trained with the Canadian Airborne…have you ever been in the military???


#3

I say that it is about time the US shuts down the US-Canada border and places an embargo on Canada.

You Canadians need to recognize that the US is responsible for 87% of your traded goods. What a pity it would be to see all of that evaporate.

“Fully 87% of our traded goods were shipped to the U.S. in 2000. In contrast, the EU is the destination for a mere 5% of Canada’s exported goods. The reality is that all of our economic relations with countries other than the U.S. — as significant as they appear to be to the nations involved — are dwarfed by the sheer magnitude of Canada-U.S. economic ties.”
From: parl.gc.ca

This probably would not shut up the Canadian people who hate Americans immediately but at least it would shut them up in the long term by starving them. You Canadians have some gaul to critize the country you due 90% of your trade with. People with such angst against Americans should be dealt with in an appropriate fashion. There should be an embargo and an invasion of Canada. Your resistance would be futile. Then we could take all of your resources for ourselves. I was thinking we could even take your beer away but then you wouldn’t be able to help us expropriate your resources. I can understand how Palestinians, Saudis, Iraqis, Somalis, etc would dislike our foreign policy but Canadians are in no position to chastise. Why don’t you stop bitching at us and bitch at your own government. They are the ones who represent you and fully back America.


#4

Well, I’m just waiting for Wills to accede to the throne so that Britain – sorry, GREAT Britain – can have a leader strong enough to take back both America AND Canada and put an end to this incessant whining and bickering once and for all.

I’ll have my musket primed! Its orlrite Ma, we’ll be home by Christmas!


#5

Britain! Now that is a country with enormous international influence!! When was the last time ole’ Tony stood on his own. He is such a lap dog to the US. I hope the Brits kick him out next time around. He is a very good public speaker I must confide, he puts GW to shame. Apparently GW also says he is a good orator if you know what I mean.


#6

Uh-oh. George won’t like that…and we all remember what happened 200+ years ago when the Brits messed around with another American named George.


#7

That’s exactly what I mean – we won’t get anywhere with Tonee Bleurgh.

But when Wills becomes king and Britain’s monarchy once more rises ascendant, just you wait, you raggedy-arsed colonials, just you wait. Boadicea will wield her proud sword once more, (except that on the commemorative tea-towels she’ll have Princess Di’s face and bare breasts and she’ll be played by Angelina Jolie in the miniseries).

Consider this due warning.


#8

Oh that Wills would be king anon! At least we’d have something SWEET to look at, instead of his monkey-faced old man…


#9

Jean “little guy” Chretien would mop the floor with George “The President” Bush. Consider their most recent fights. Chretien stopped the highly touted heavyweight contender " The Protester" by strangle hold in the first round. Chretien was on top of him from the opening bell, the poor smuck never had a chance. That’s killer instinct! On the other hand, Bush had no defense or offense what so ever against the lightly regarded fly-weight “King Pretzel”. He gagged, coughed, and belched, to no avail. As Bush struggled the relentless attacker fought even harder until “The President” was blue in the face.
Need I say more, Chretien by KO in three!


#10

Back in the day, the US military was a lean, mean, fighting machine. But under slick-Willie-wet-cigar-smokin’ Clinton, Armed Forces recruitment went down (thanks to our smokin’ economy and decreased defense spending). They lowered the minimum score requirement for the ATP test to get more people in. As a result, you have people that can’t figure out where to drop a bomb. Hell, they can’t even “drop a bomb” in the bathroom without missing.

Maybe under “Commander-in-Chief” Dubya, some new life blood will be pumped into our boys (after a few more of our allies have been taken out, of course). What we need, ladies and gentlemen, is God. That’s right, God. If God once again becomes our guiding light, then we can nuke, bomb and fire missles without conscience. Back to the glory days! But seriously, aren’t human lives worth enough to demand accuracy when dropping deadly weapons?


#11

Just as long as someone invades France. It doesn’t matter who. England, America, Vietnam, just as long as it gets done.


#12

If you want it done so badly, just walk over the border with a BB gun and tell 'em all to stick 'em up. They’ll surrender!


#13
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Originally posted by Mo' Joe: Back in the day, the US military was a lean, mean, fighting machine. But under slick-Willie-wet-cigar-smokin' Clinton, Armed Forces recruitment went down (thanks to our smokin' economy and decreased defense spending). They lowered the minimum score requirement for the ATP test to get more people in. As a result, you have people that can't figure out where to drop a bomb. Hell, they can't even "drop a bomb" in the bathroom without missing.

Maybe under “Commander-in-Chief” Dubya, some new life blood will be pumped into our boys (after a few more of our allies have been taken out, of course). What we need, ladies and gentlemen, is God. That’s right, God. If God once again becomes our guiding light, then we can nuke, bomb and fire missles without conscience. Back to the glory days! But seriously, aren’t human lives worth enough to demand accuracy when dropping deadly weapons?


I’m asking you again. have you ever been in the military? Or even lived in the real world? There’s an old saying in the military, “Shit happens”. That’s right. No matter how well you plan something, you have to make allowances for screwup, fate, karma, whatever. The Duke of Wellington described this as the “fog of war”.

Further, if you’d check you’d find that the US is one of the safest, best trained militaries in the world and it operates on the concept of training hard in order to AVOID casualties in combat. Nevertheless, check: http://search.boston.com/globe/nation/packages/military_accidents/

Between 1979 and 1997, more than 29,000 American military personal were killed. Being in the miltary is inheritantly dangerous. And always will be.


#14

This thread appears to be an attempt at trolling and so many people went for it. Anything that starts with “Well, those stupid-ass American militants are at it again” can’t be taken too seriously.

quote:
Originally posted by Mai Longdong: Well, we know that the Canadian tropps who were killed (by accident) weren't from the Canadian Airborne Regiment, don't we? This "elite" unit was disbanded in disgrace after they video-taped themselves torturing and murdering children in Somalia.

I’m sure this kind of behaviour is not limited to Canadian forces but at least it was delt with – eventually.

BTW, there are a number of Canadian “Special Forces” operating quite successfully in Afganistan. If you take pride in such things.


#15

I only “went for it” becasue I felt it necessary that SOMEone should stand up for the innate superiority of god, king, and the British Empire over all these former colonies and their ragamuffin populaces.


#16

What’s up with this muthaf–kin’ troll bullshit? I’m a constructive contributing member of this website. Just ‘cause you disagree with my opinion, you call me a troll? I started this thread because I thought it was an interesting story in lieu of the Canada vs. America discussions that have often taken place on this forum. Take yo’ wise ass somewhere else if you can’t hang.

BTW, no I’ve never been in the military. But why is that an excuse for people to miss? I guess the military looks at the lives of human beings as just part of some grand excercise. “Oh, it happens.”, they say. That’s what’s f’d up about the US government.

PS
Canadians are notorious for pointing out syntactical errors “in lieu of” an intelligent response or argument. Sad, indeed.


#17
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Originally posted by Mo' Joe: I thought it was an interesting story in lieu of the Canada vs. America discussions that have often taken place on this forum.
If you [i]were[/i] Canadian, you'd probably know what "in lieu of" meant. [img]images/smiles/icon_razz.gif[/img]

#18

I wouldn’t say that. Canada has a high redneck factor. Booyaa!


#19

Hay now, anibody with a proper ejikashun knos what “in lieu of” meens. Evin we “dum” Amerkins. It meens “in the bathroom of___”. Potty mowths!