And now we see the real reason behind this entire charade. Take from the rich give to the poor. More class warfare.
i do not think you understand how the US Army is set up. i assure you there have been US soldiers engaged in combat since the withdrawal of "combat troop" from iraq. there have even been US soldier combat deaths.
it's word play. the only combat troops taken out of Iraq where organizations with the word "combat" in their names. all US soldiers are combat troops. it's our first MOS.
yet, he wouldn't have made any wealth or gained any power if the public didn't find his products good.
there is nothing wrong with seeking personal wealth and power(over your own company.) as long as you don't violate anyone else's rights while doing it.
i missed the part where generals work for the public good. i thought they ordered their soldiers to break stuff and kill people. i guess it's good if you're on the generals side.
I sure didn't think i'd be spending the ten year anniversary of 9/11 in Afghanistan... but here I am. strange how life works out. i remember on that day, i wanted nothing more then to find the people who'd done it and make them pay... i wasn't in the military back then.
now, i'm here, they know they've won, we've announced our intentions to leave(surrender) and they attack almost daily. their(Islamists) resolve is stronger then ever. ours(average US citizen) is pathetically weak and short sighted. though, it's not like we have any direction or a plan to get behind.
nope, never thought ten years later, this would be happening.
i made it to the part where the car rolls thru the PSD cordon and right up to EOD... then i turned it off because i knew i was going to be absolute make believe shit posing as something realistic. horrible movie.
tax evasion is illegal. tax avoidance is not. they are avoiding a tax, not evading it.
CA is a greedy crack whore that is not entitled to anything from Amazon or any other company based in other states. they can learn to spend within their budgets like everyone else.
In a purely libertarian society beyond the rule of law and with no weapons restrictions, it wouldn't even be illegall
I don't think you have a very good understanding of what libertarianism really is.
Libertarian society != lawlessness.
It WOULD be against the law because you are destroying property that is NOT yours.
You are correct about the no weapons limitations, free individuals have no need for a nanny state limiting their right to self defense.
the difference is that we(US forces) don't specifically target civilians, they(terrorists) do. you need to pull your head out of you ass and get the facts. the ROE i'm deploying under this month are absurdly restrictive. i guarantee AQ doesn't give two shits as much about civilians as we do.
300,000? where are you getting that number?
AQI targeted more then just US/Coalition forces in IZ. they targeted anyone that didn't agree with them.
Samarra, IZ 2007-2008ish, as an example. the second the US started paying more then AQI, and actually backing the locals up and gave them free reign to do what needed doing, the locals turned on them(AQI). heads were rolling in the streets(literally). because, AQI was killing them if they didn't take up arms with and support them.
a portion of that civilian death total, IZ at least, is civilian on civilian(non terrorist/insurgent) killings. grudges, tribal and criminal issues being settled. not US/Coalition Forces. that's what i saw anyhow.
we(US) are by no means clean and infallible(*cough* Libya ). but to implying that we are some how targeting more civilians then AQ... you're just being silly.
Iran Contra affair? arms to get our people back... not sure that constitutes "not at war" or contradicts my point. if there were arms deals after the hostages were released please enlighten me...
all the the weapons coming into Iraq for the insurgency comes from Iran and Syria(Iran's puppet)... the US has been at war with Iran since 1979. we just haven't had the balls to step up and win it.
is that the US army is used to not having IT infrastructure even on a good day. our IT people are so inept and incompetent that we train as if they are not there, cause most of the time they are not. the mission goes on. we can still march and supply without IT infrastructure.
we have our own cyber warfare unit and they probably suck as much as the people in charge of the army networks. now, the contractors the government hires are probably pretty good. but the army... not so much.
nothing classified will even be on the compromised networks. classified(US government) material is not placed on networks connected to networks connected to the internet... if so, they have worse problems then bad PR and compromised boxes. you do not want the US government up your ass for spilling classified data.
these's nothing classified about them... i didn't think they were all that cool when i was trained on them. maybe i was not paying enough attention. at the time i doubted their ability to do what they said. most military systems are over hyped and under perform.
too many people consenting to these un Constitutional tactics... less submitting and more making them take it by force I say. it's one thing to take when there is no fight from the subject. another all together when you have to worry about resistance and possibly getting your head blown off.
and you should rightfully be skeptical of them... which has me wondering why you're relying on them to protect your life in a home invasion.
these people are dangerous. we must be pointing this out at every opportunity and never forget that this whole Global Warming er i mean Climate Change is nothing more then a political movement. it seeks to control, regulate and enslave everyone... all under the premise that the world needs saving and their way is the only true way. convert or die.
what should be scaring the hell out of everyone is the very 1984, Winston Smith way they went about trying to edit their propaganda. what happens when they learn from this and the collective memory forgets their false prophecies?