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There's no discharge in the war!

File: 50a2358a0bb63d8⋯.jpg (214.6 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, metalwolf.JPG)

a83a06 No.497203[Reply]

Ron DeSantis (Florida 6) and Marco Rubio (Florida) are now considering legislation to repeal the NFA. Now we need to push this. It's much easier to get politicians on board with other people's legislation than to start new stuff, and other supporters will push the two of them towards introducing it.

Call the offices of your Congressman and Senators. Tell them you want them to co-sponsor this legislation (also Hearing Protection Act/House bill 367/Senate bill 59 and Concealed Carry Reciprocity/House bill 38). Calling is good because they have to spend staff time listening to you, and staff time is (very) limited. Better yet, visit your local office if it is local enough (you may need an appointment, call first). Email is lowest tier (but better than nothing) because it can be sorted by computers, who effectively have no limit, and minimize human eye time.

>I don't know my Congressman

http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/

>I live in Florida('s 6th district)

Even better! Tell them you want it.

The hardest part has been done for you, so call and we can unleash the power of BURNING AMERICAN FREEDOM!

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0e252d No.517882

Here's the congress.gov pages:

Concealed Carry Reciprocity (House only atm):

https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/38

Hearing Protection Act of 2017 (House):

https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/367

Hearing Protection Act of 2017 (Senate):

https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/senate-bill/59




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b451df No.475472[Reply]

MOD EDIT: See >>483058 & >>483033

OK /k/. Went to my congressman's town hall to ask about his progress on National Firearms Act repeal>>475198 (new topic because the topic change is pretty major and this really deserves an OP)Did not get to ask my question, the Future Fascists were out in full force and slowed everything down and stopped him from getting though enough questions. Was a fun bit though where one of them accused him of sending soldiers to die in Iraq for oil and using the front row of veterans as "props". 1 minute on Wikipedia will tell you the Congressman wasn't elected till 2013 and is an Iraq war veteran himself. He went ballistic. There was a camera on tripod recording the Congressman and plenty of individual recorders, so I expect video of it soon. I did get to talk with his District Director again afterwards though. He said he was still working with the legislative team on my request (expected), but he also said something I didn't expect: He was trying to find some time to schedule me to talk one on one with the congressman in mid-April.This is still tentative, but it's clear I should do research for more supporting arguments. Planning to call Gun Owners of America (I'm a member) on Monday to see if they have any resources or recommendations. (I'll attach the notes I already sent in another post)Anyone have a list of FFLs and manufacturers in Florida? Been looking to find something like that. "Jobs" is the best word to use when dealing with politicians.

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997746 No.513837

>>513624

Already did report and yes it is.




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91d774 No.339941[Reply]

Welcome to /k/

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fee89f No.516283

>>506450

there is no difference

they'll both screw you




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25e178 No.502443[Reply]

Let's have a tank thread that's not about outdated designs, but about vehicles so fresh they only exists in our heads. So not outright sci-fi tonks, but something that could be built in the coming decades.

For example, how about a tank that, instead of a traditional engine, uses electric motors integrated to the running gear, and the energy is provided by free-piston linear generators distributed in the hull of the tank. You could place some of them in the bottom of the hull, while some more could be in the sides, over the tracks. This way it would be practically impossible to take out the engine, because you'd have to destroy all the pistons for that. And they have a better fuel economy, and are easier to repair or replace. Best of all, if you made a free-piston linear generator that develops around 100 horsepower, then you could use that in nearly all of your ground vehicles. You'd just need 4-5 in a truck and about 15 in a tank.

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e12a58 No.517337

File: e0fe75475949259⋯.png (346.41 KB, 849x470, 849:470, tiresome.png)

>>517325

And do you think missiles don't get produced for testing? They certainly didn't exist on paper only, therefore you can't say that it's some untested technology that was never produced. Because, you see, they produced some for testing.


b0df2f No.517348

>>517337

there is a huge difference between hand making few prototypes and having them mass produced


022fb9 No.517408

>>517239

Trump should invite the CIA leadership and Obama's admin to the superbowl to come clean about the CIA,and allow the attendees and players to lynch them all.

The Media wouldn't be able to shut it down with so many people their with their cell phones. The truth about ISIS would get out and the deep state would be dead meat.


8673bd No.517917

File: 13a566c563dc249⋯.png (42.19 KB, 606x539, 606:539, ebin.png)

>>513943

>I envision future tanks will have distributed piston engines across the floor of the tank, these angines can be any shape as the pistons are independent.

>Also if a bomb or hit damages a piston, the others are unaffected so you just lose a percentage of power.

The enemy (whomever you are facing) will just use a bigger IED and incorporate EMP with it. Dunno if that's possible, but more "contraptions" that are straight up weird have been invented and used with great effect since the early days of recorded history. If the IED-EMP hybrid explosive is impossible then your enemies will use an ambush tactic that utilizes IEDs and EMPs.

Here is how it "might" go: One person triggers the fuckhueg IED (about 10 150mm artillery shells strapped together), if the tank survives that then the EMP will be used. An RPG-type launcher with an EMP warhead would be used to fry electronics and overload electricity inside the tank. Of course, there will be some form of analog backup control inside tanks but the ambushers already have the upper hand. Another person with thermite/white phosphorus or C4 would be using the stunned state of the crew to either set it on fire/asphyxiate the crew or placing an explosive charge at the bottom of the turret ammunition rack or placing explosives on turret rings and then putting grenades inside the tank using the hole created.

Still, MBTs have proven their worth. No doubt about it. Commanders just do not know how to adapt these machines into the C.Y. + 1. Its poor judgement and tactics that causes losses in the first place.


8673bd No.517919

>>517239

Its like vietnam all over again! Minus the rice paddies and STD-laden hookers.




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63111a No.517496[Reply]

The recent Korea shit and Trump bluffing, and general shit state of Burger and society, has me wondering if America's military is overrated. If so, why, for what reason? Is the whole thing basically the f-35 in a nutshell? Could we really steamroll another actual military like China/best Korea?

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0d4520 No.517881

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>517798

>Okay, good thing your opinion doesn't overturn facts and figures

You didn't post any facts or figures, this is why people think burgers are dumb. Because of obtuse buggers such as yourself.

>also pic related, from the metadata from the graph I linked

>Face it, you're wrong, especially if you.can't even dig up any data yourself that contradicts mine.

You just posted more bullshit from the same source. Sourcing a bullshit graph from a random place, with random text from the same random place is not a proper source.

Which documents, government databases, investigations and such were used as the base for the graph? You are only sending us hot air.

>>517788 (checked)

>remember that syrian watch organization that was cited by all media but in reality consisted of 1 guy who never even was in syria and couldnt speak language? we need better sources.

Yes, yes I do.

>>517855

They would just end up in Russian hands and give them an even higher advantage in the armor category.

And as far as I know, Russia still has more armor capabilities than the entirety of NATO, if you added that? Yeah booooooiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.

I think that the most important part in such conflict would be Russian conservative propaganda appealing to the actual nationalists/right-wingers in Europe. They might having quite the easy time getting support from the AFD in Germany, FN in France, Jobbik (and the like) in HungaryPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


f39304 No.517893

>>517841

Am I the only one who sees that badge as a pair of dropped panties?


da36fc No.517901

File: da0d40bb4b2283a⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 56.9 KB, 610x512, 305:256, CfeLlI6W4AADUE9.jpg)

>>517893

lewd

:^)


a9af45 No.517912

>>517788

>member that syrian watch organization that was cited by all media but in reality consisted of 1 guy who never even was in syria and couldnt speak language?

Syrian Observatory for Human Right, SOHR. It's still the MSM main source, even if by their numbers the SAA should be dead two times by now and the FSA (that has never even existed as a real force) control the country…


a85329 No.517918

>>517855

>Treaty of final settlement

Is that Germany's Final Cucking?




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0cbd55 No.517699[Reply]

Is 50. Beuwolf good or is it just a meme?

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2e25f4 No.517905

>>517850

Try shooting through a bush with .223.

Then try it with something of the same energy value (ftlb) but lower speed/higher mass.

Answer: The slower cartridge actually moves better through bush/leafs. Higher speed/low mass one yaws immediately, lower speed/higher mass just keeps plugging along in a straight line. Same energy though!

The math: Momentum is mass times speed. Kinetic energy is mass times velocity squared over two. So for kinetic energy, speed is exponentially more important, whereas for momentum its equivalent value to mass. And since momentum is whats CONSERVED in a physics situation, if you can pick between mass and velocity… the mass is comparatively more important.


27fe2d No.517909

It's good for skinwalkers.


dd4f54 No.517911

>>517909

Is it blessed by a Priest with Holy Water?


44c605 No.517914

>>517911

No, it's powered by the rage of dead VAIKANGZ.


dd4f54 No.517916

>>517914

That only gets you so far.




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328db9 No.508408[Reply]

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/08/05/breaking-7-62mm-rifle-replace-m4-carbine-interim-combat-service-rifle-solicitation-released-us-army/

http://archive.is/Yl7cM

>The US Army has released a solicitation for a new 7.62mm infantry rifle to replace the M4. The Interim Combat Service Rifle program, known to be in the works since April of this year, would replace M4 Carbines in use with combat units with a new weapon in the 7.62x51mm caliber. The new solicitation requires companies to submit 7 weapons plus ancillaries for testing, and includes the promise of up to 8 Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs, non-contract transactions), leading to the eventual selection of 1 weapon for a contract of 50,000 units.

>The primary justification for the ICSR program are improved ceramic body armors that are resistant to existing forms of small arms ammunition. The logic goes that the Army’s new 5.56mm M855A1 round cannot penetrate these new armors, and therefore the service must switch to a new round. However, this is misleading, as current 7.62mm M80A1 is incapable of penetrating these body armors either – and specialty tungsten cored ammunition in both 5.56mm and 7.62mm calibers are capable of penetrating armor of this type. The US Army seems to be banking on its yet-undescribed XM1158 ADVAP round to bridge this gap – however Chief Milley himself admitted in testimony to Congress that the ADVAP’s design could be applied to either 7.62mm or 5.56mm ammunition.

>These facts leave us with very little justification for the move to 7.62mm. It’s difficult to ignore the picture that a move towards a larger caliber infantry rifle has been lobbied for by manufacturers for over a decade, as it would give whoever won a toehold on a highly lucratic exclusive contract. Sadly, all this program will do is take a load off Chief Milley’s back, and put it on the backs of our troops. One wonders if General Milley is willing to write to families of the dead when ICSR-equipped units run dry of ammunition and are overrun by 5.45mm-armedPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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c3b96d No.517897

>>508661

>that swastika at the beginning

WHY DID I NEVER NOTICE THIS?


c8e4a0 No.517903

>>517842

You also nerfed the round by going with the carbine, which lowered barrel length from 18 to 14 inches. Now nothing fragments…


fff2ed No.517907

>>517895

>Still pushing the caseless meme


f7abe7 No.517908

>>517907

but its not caseless, its telescopic


fff2ed No.517915

>>517895

>>517908

No one uses 131 grain 7.62 tbh




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842021 No.516355[Reply]

Any of you have experience with archery , I'm a europoor student so even a handgun is out of the question but I was thinking of taking archery as a hobby. I can afford it and it's probably gonna be a better use of my free time. My question is if it's worth it , how effective is a bow for hunting or sharpshooting , I'm only 5.6 so I guess I'm limited by that too.

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cf5dec No.516859


0b7ae2 No.516884

File: c03a280e42d1404⋯.jpg (836.26 KB, 909x1137, 303:379, Ullur.jpg)

Mediterranean grip or Mongolian grip?


2aec4f No.517688

>>516837

What you're thinking of is a warbow, these were often 120lbs or more in draw weight. But if you're not trying to kill French knights there is no reason why you need such heavy bows, you can get a victorian style longbow is any draw weight you want.


cf5dec No.517874

>>517688

>if you're not trying to kill French knights there is no reason why you need such heavy bows

Wait, I'm confused. When would a man ever *not* be trying to kill French knights?


80c245 No.517913

>>516884

>look at ullr

>mongolian or mediterranian

>fuck it, lets do the jack-off grip




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9ae40c No.499205[Reply]

Just got rejected from the US ARMY for asthma. Very drunk. Post your rejection/drunk stories here for me to laugh about.

please ;-;

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e60f94 No.517886

File: 8ebae21c2b02138⋯.jpg (61.33 KB, 800x445, 160:89, sammy_hoydel.jpg)

>>504095

Penal military units are decent if well utilized, as history shows.

They are best used in cannon-fodder/no-retreat situations. Or as anti-insurgency units in places where extra fear/tension would be effective and not counter-productive.

Their discipline and moral problems are mostly an issue if you utilize them incorrectly. If you don't put them to correct use, it will obviously backfire.

Now for my personal anecdote

At first I managed to get in for a decent role, in one of the branches of the armed forces, in my country.

Not really that bad, but it turns out the barracks are so fucked up with dust that my otherwise "minor" allergies keep me up all night coughing. No sleep for weeks at all.

Left because I would not even be able to study for my specialty in such shitty conditions. Heck, I'm a bit of a fucked up insomniac in the first place, but I think I'd manage, that just made it unbearable. Maybe it was more of a final straw to something that already was shitty, although otherwise acceptable.

So you can have a bit of an idea, the first thing I did when I got to our sleeping quarters was help the dude from the lower bunk clean up the several inches of lint/dust hanging from my bed down to his.

After that I frequently think about the fact that I might have wasted a decent opportunity (technical role), and a stable beginning to life, but on the other hand I managed to pull through in civilian life and have a more interesting and fulfilling life without sacrificing much to a corrupt government.

Militaries in the corrupt west don't deserve actual loyalty (they will not reward you enough for all that you might loose, they fight all the wrong battles, and they are inefficient/fucked up), I advise being responsible and choosing a steady path outside of the typical rat race.

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19051b No.517898

>>517832

Jesus fucking Christ

Also trim your fucking pubes


a9268b No.517902

>>517832

Is it just me or does everyone else want to pop it in their mouth and swish it around like a jawbreaker?


548992 No.517904

File: 4011391dcf6b7cf⋯.png (422.87 KB, 496x521, 496:521, ClipboardImage.png)

>>517902

Every time


c24591 No.517910

File: c1b587eaf7c1601⋯.jpg (38.09 KB, 440x398, 220:199, c1b587eaf7c16016259d5f02df….jpg)

>>517832

>>517849

And that was the last time i'll ever drink tequilla before posting




File: 46e2d76d4d4e272⋯.jpg (1.3 MB, 3744x868, 936:217, serveimage.jpg)

335480 No.502073[Reply]

ITT: what happens underwater, stays underwater

What is your favorite:

>Conventional

>Nuclear

>Boomer

>WWII

submarine, and why?

Are wire guided torpedoes a thing of the past, or do they still have a use?

Vertical or horizontal launched anti aircraft missiles?

Mines: do they even have a purpose besides being a threat to your own forces?

Nuclear or conventional? Extreme (bordering on unnecessary) independence, or near perfect stealth?

Coastal submarines and their importance in any future Baltic conflicts!

ASW-planes, is the Tu-95 perfect or too loud?

Submarine of the thread: U 225

Type VII C.

After being used as a training vessel from 20th June of 42 until 12th December, it was sent on patrol in the Atlantic on 17th of October. After successfully sinking 2 merchant vessels, it returned to base on December 9th and was sent out once more, this time to the Mediterranean on 3rd of January , where it encountered a Canadian convoy on 13th of January. The vessel was damaged by waterbombs and had to surface. U 225 was sunk after being rammed by the Canadian vessel HMCS Ville de Quebec shortly after. Only one crew member survived: first watch officer Korvettenkapitän Wolf-Dietrich Danckworth, who was thown off the bridge by the force of the impact.

The following crew members died:

Amhofer, Josef

Arndt, Walter

Blümel, Fritz-Georg

Brandt, Gerhard-Paul

Brechtl, Adolf

Breit, Franz-Xaver

Brunner, Alois

Busch, Siegfried

Christians, Günter

Czysollek, Ernst

Dürrenberger, Adolf

Dyga, Paul

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08d8c9 No.517312

>>517274

So was allied behavior in WWII, or in Iraq circa 2003.

War crimes only applies to losers.


928227 No.517871

>>517274

"Warcrimes" are a nonsensical concept used to further punish losers and nothing else.


8a3abd No.517883

>>517312

>war crimes

>allies in Iraq c 2003

and if we can't prove war crimes, we will just make some up, have a british medical journal sign off on it, maybe inflate the use of safety rounds or white phosphorous strictly used as illumination or obscurant smoke as proof that american soldiers are all rapist baby killers but don't you dare question the patriotism of the anti american left.

the dems even attempted to claim that bush started the war "illegally" despite him starting the war without committing a single crime.


db527d No.517894

>>517883

>he thinks white phosphorous is used strictly as obscurant

pffftttt

Also Bush technically started the war in technical violation of the constitutional rules on whether or not he actually even can declare war, which usually takes an act of congress IIRC.

Oh, and there is clear and convincing evidence he knew there weren't no WMDs in Iraq, so that's another factor there


08d8c9 No.517906

>>517883

Its not pro or anti america, stop thinking in those terms.

I'm saying its impossible to engage in war without breaking a war crime rule, the entire POINT of the rules was to legislate war out of existance. Later the war crimes rules were just used as punishment for the losing side (wwii).




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a144ca No.516637[Reply]

Navy investigates if a CYBERATTACK made US destroyer collide with cargo ship killing seven sailors

- Ten sailors were killed after the warship John S. McCain collided with a merchant vessel last month near Singapore

- The guided-missile destroyer collided with the Alnic MC east of Singapore while approaching the city state on a routine port visit

- The United States military is investigating whether hackers may have caused the Navy destroyer to go off course

- The military is adamant, however, that there was no hack of the systems aboard the USS Fitzgerald

- The Fitzgerald is a destroyer similar to the McCain which also collided with a merchant ship near the Philippines on June 17, killing seven sailors

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4886390/Navy-probes-hackers-caused-USS-McCain-collision.html

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df2921 No.517007

File: 6111dd8d9e97872⋯.jpg (10.72 KB, 300x260, 15:13, WhenBombsGoOffInIdlib.jpg)

>>516944

Oh fuck, I can just imagine dozens of tards wielding bullet hoses, with under-barrel shotguns and suppressors, swarming IS positions.


73a0ad No.517027

>>516945

so it was made for niggers.

>>516926

>that being said, the Navy, where you're around the ocean, being filled by niggers who usually can't swim.

>if people actually believe this shit I have no hope for them.

BREAKING NEWS

people known for being retarded do retarded things


f021e4 No.517869

File: 2ac5b8810ce203d⋯.jpg (247.57 KB, 736x1237, 736:1237, 11ee0414a7dc4738be44766407….jpg)

File: cb553bbb9df4d3f⋯.jpg (8.79 KB, 300x254, 150:127, tandy1000ex-ad.jpg)

Since I am so such a fuckin' old faggot, I would like to point out op is using thirty year old copy pasta that I first saw a Tandy 1000 from 1990 on an old use.net forum.

See, everything old is just fuckin' copy pasta to be used again…


f021e4 No.517870

File: 54793f7988c10bd⋯.jpg (90.81 KB, 734x586, 367:293, 1945756_orig.jpg)

>>517869

Even more copy pasta from the days of the Tandy 1000…

http://marktotilo.com/uss-ingersoll-dd-990.html


0f2ee9 No.517900

>>517869

Actually its from an article, it might be stock photo by now.




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2066d5 No.491801[Reply]

The old ones have problems due to the great crash. And since my computer got fucked and had to be factory reset I'm asking for everyone to dump their full collection here so we can have a source of webms to last the ages here I have little to start with though.

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9bf0fb No.517491

>>517381

Calling the kettle black.


872754 No.517800

Anyone got the webm of the Ukrainians kicking around a ball while "I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire" plays?


dc8d97 No.517804

File: ae75b861cd9d76f⋯.webm (2.83 MB, 800x600, 4:3, set_the_world_cheeky.webm)


7f2406 No.517880

File: aaed07165dfb783⋯.webm (11.45 MB, 854x480, 427:240, kosovo je srbija.webm)

>>491943

Not ISIS. Just a bunch of random autistic Islamists that have ties with ISIS and CIA. They have a Jewtube where they upload shit as well, though their Arabic name escapes me.


97aa13 No.517896

>>517381

>Butthurt leaf

The webm worked better than anticipated.




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5d5d5c No.510639[Reply]

Someone is attempting to breach your entrance! Quick get to your closest gun and report back here ASAP (safety first, don't be an idiot and shoot a hole in your floor fumbling for your gun you fudds). Once you return with your weapon in hand and loaded stop the timer and post your results. Start the clock as soon as you finish reading this sentence.

http://www.online-stopwatch.com/full-screen-stopwatch/

pls no bully 23.9 seconds

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9784ed No.516587

3 seconds my enfield is right next to my bed with ten rounds loaded. all i had to do was work the bolt and flip the saftey


c718df No.516598

File: a3e744837b6a242⋯.jpg (40.76 KB, 469x505, 469:505, a3e744837b6a242ab7909cbd19….jpg)

>>511344

Tell us about the trench mag mosin


63435f No.517499

1.2 seconds

>>510677

On your wrist?


d97c19 No.517602

i can get my axe in 6 seconds if i take my timr and make no sounds , or in 2 seconds if i rush it


7d47c0 No.517891

I was literally holding it when I clicked this thread because I have my first 2 gun match in about 36 hours and I need to tweak my gear very badly




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4772c1 No.516683[Reply]

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3b5347 No.517647

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>>517134

>>517135

>>517578

>>517581

>/leftypol/ is astroturfing this hard and only turns off his butthurt sage when he gets a chance to push disinformation and assumes anyone believes it


dabce0 No.517675

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>>517647

>it's anudda shoah I mean /leftypol/ invasion


4918ba No.517743

>>517647

are you dumb?


3bd222 No.517889

>>516745

Doesn't mean the story isn't true.

On the other hand….. I mean, well…. That would mean a whole lot of people from this board or others trying to go claim that free gun


3bd222 No.517890

>>516686

No, threesomes are just hilariously over rated.




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b98422 No.496823[Reply]

Friendly reminder that far more Vietnamese were killed by communists after the war than during

Yet proto-SJW baby boomer scum like to ignore that.

http://vnafmamn.com/VNWar_atrocities.html

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000000 No.516681

>>513343

>>496867

>From a IR scholars perspective:

>The political outcome sought by the US forces, ie: the prevention of the spread of communism >thankfully when Nixon went to China Kissinger organized a US-CH detente, achieving the political goal by capitalizing on RU-CH tensions.

Ha you believe. Communist won, Cam Ram became a Soviet base.

> Thereby the rationale for the war evaporated and the US withdrew.

Only thing evaporating was US prestige, emboldening people like the Ayatollah Khomeini.

>It's entirely possible that the US actions in Iraq achieved their political goals whatever narratives exist about failures and possible explanations for failure.

Depends on what “goals” of whom.


1ad79d No.517547

>>507269

>a country wins its own civil war

It'd be hard to lose your sovereignty during a civil war, you retard. By this notion, the Chinese were big winners in WW2 as well.


8313c8 No.517884

>>517547

American Civil War wasn't a civil war you retard. The CSA was a sovereign nation.


ffe01c No.517887

>>496880

>>496867

My current read into the conflict is that we fucked up by not telling the french to fuck off and let their colony be and then making friends with the "rebels" before the chinese got to them

But hindsight is 20/20


ffe01c No.517888

>>497018

>>497013

>>496914

I've read literally the opposite.

Basically that they were fighting to be seperated from france and the US was amicable to the idea but ended up refusing to support them for political reasons because we were worried french would get all commie like and start becoming a USSR sphere of influence kinda place unless we let them rebuild their empire.

Which was retarded.




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