German Army rules. Who would have thought?. THEV WINK llel] HUMAN . FEW. B. Actually every country that has signed the Geneva Convention has that rule german Army War did you know
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #52 - tavafanduvill
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Actually every country that has signed the Geneva Convention has that rule
#118 to #52 - anon id: ce12fb88
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Not the US military, we commit war crimes everyday and just call it 'collateral damage' so it's legal. I love my country, but we are doing some bad things.
#187 to #118 - sparkysparkybooman
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Log in and post this like a man, otherwise it's not even worth the bother of properly replying to you. Troll smarter.
#256 to #187 - intenso
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#299 to #256 - anon id: 59eac23e
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#339 to #299 - intenso
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...waht?
#295 to #256 - brobafett
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User avatar #58 to #52 - brobafett
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SHHHHHH, then OP's would have no point and eurocunts wouldn't be able to call warcrimes on amerifats.
#84 to #58 - mistafishy
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I saw that...
#112 to #58 - greatgranpapy
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User avatar #189 to #112 - brobafett
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>Implying I'm not Texan
User avatar #100 to #58 - jarredzz
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the amerifats already know eurocunts will still continue to bitch .
#135 to #100 - anon id: 3c48fc5d
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Jealous europoor detected
User avatar #157 to #135 - novembersky **User deleted account**
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He was siding with the Americans, you ******* dunce.
User avatar #5 - therealtjthemedic
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What if they disobey that?
#160 to #5 - novembersky **User deleted account**
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Being allowed to do something isn't an order.
#320 to #160 - anon id: 7c7cac6b
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Being obliged is an order
User avatar #321 to #320 - novembersky **User deleted account**
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Oh.
My bad, then.
User avatar #336 to #5 - daskull
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They would risk being charged with war crimes, and have to stand before an international court in genova
User avatar #17 to #5 - biomedic
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A black hole opens and consume them where they stand.
#174 to #17 - mitchr
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The Balrog consumes them.
The Balrog consumes them.
#212 to #174 - bettercaulsaul
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Why is that a gif
Why is that a gif
User avatar #340 to #212 - mitchr
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Hell if I know. I took the best picture I found with a quick Google search.
newforomador, that's why. Google Images. So yeah.
User avatar #226 to #212 - newforomador
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He probably got it from 4chan. Sometimes plain photos will be in a .gif format because they're enlargeable on that site.
#3 - akho
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For you see, he who has done evil will learn from himself - he will overcome himself and from ashes rises a new man -a Supermensch. It is in defeat where he is victorious.
A man that is surpassed by no others, a man who is target of his own prophesy.
User avatar #96 to #3 - ipartywithpedobear
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tell that to the US gov't/ army
#172 to #3 - mitchr
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Good damn reference, there.
#311 to #3 - gerfox
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Wise words.

"it is in defeat he is victorious" reminded me of Bane; "Peace has cost you your strength, victory has defeated you"
User avatar #59 to #3 - dupu
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Übermensch*, not Supermensch. But green thumb for the excellent Nietzsche reference
#6 - tobloi
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As a general rule in any militant law you can disobey an order if the outcome of the order could mean death on a large scale of innocent people, it's hard to tell which orders are going to have that outcome without hindsight
#220 - Imabur
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after that whole 'nazi' thing, i feel like it was kind of mandatory for them to make this rule...
#221 to #220 - stgfilitov
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#43 - TARDIS
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Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes
#204 - fyaq
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Its part of the geneva convention.

I'm sure the armchair activists here don't even know what that is.
User avatar #211 to #204 - ihawk
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I'm somewhat familiar with it... it's pretty much the rules of war
User avatar #235 to #211 - sketchE
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part of them theres also the hague convention that is important
User avatar #236 to #204 - sketchE
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is that annie crossed with squidward
User avatar #241 to #236 - ljxjlos
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I´m afraid that it is.
User avatar #249 to #241 - sketchE
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alrighty then
#250 to #249 - ljxjlos
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Those are the days when you wake up, see something on the computer and decide to just go to bed for another 48-72 hours hoping that the world will be better then.
User avatar #335 to #204 - fukkendragonite
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While you are right and OP is wrong in this case, I think you do the general population of this site a great misjustice by claiming they don't know what the Geneva Convention is. I'm sure at least 90% know something about it.
User avatar #95 - thegrayfox
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Dude, after two world wars, I'm surprised they even have an army.

At least Japan had the decency to make themselves unable to declare war through their constitution.
User avatar #288 to #95 - noblekira
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Because our blood is so Arian we are likely to start another Jew hunt.....

As a point, there are still Nazis in Germany, there are campaigns (monthly I would say) to rid Germany of them
#133 to #95 - anon id: 1523c689
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be happy they are so pacifistic these days. historically, Germans are a very warlike people. It took two world wars to break this cultural trend.
User avatar #275 to #95 - phantomeins
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Had Japan not surrendered it would have been invaded from both fronts and been completely destroyed.
They had barely any military left, they couldn't stop air raids on their capital city, Japan's civilians were encouraged to fight with sharpened bamboo sticks. It was either demilitarize and survive as a country or stay in the war and be wiped out. Japanese government hardly acknowledges their actions, the rape of nanking isn't mentioned in their schooling, and a large number of the old empire's officials are still in power to this day. The **** the Japanese did to it's POW's was horrible. And the actions weren't covered up like how Germany did it - the Rape of Nanking was celebrated by the Japanese.

Germany went through a process of denazification, most German citizen at the time knew little more than rumours about the holocaust, it was made illegal to own anything related to the nazi party (People have nearly been arrested for doing Hitler's salute), and there's annual memorials for the actions of the nazi party. Their government acknowledges what happened.
#280 to #95 - hansdieterli
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Germany has the exact same thing in its constitution.
User avatar #109 to #95 - fatskinnyguy
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I'd have a ******* army too if millions of angry Russians and their warsaw pact bitches were sitting just across the border. I'm pretty sure Germany needed a military during the coldwar
User avatar #115 to #109 - thegrayfox
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Yeah, but it's their own fault they pissed off so many people
User avatar #117 to #115 - fatskinnyguy
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I wouldn't blame the entire country for what a minority of their populations parents/grandparents did. But, Yeah. Guess so
#97 to #95 - mrpavelowgrimm
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Making yourself do something is rather easy when getting nuke into oblivion is the second option.
Making yourself do something is rather easy when getting nuke into oblivion is the second option.
#229 - alexanderthefunny
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The obligation to disobey an order which violates human dignity is a choice that people with morality make, regardless of what army they are a part of.
User avatar #286 to #229 - megayoming
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Difference is they don't get punished for it right of the bat
Many armies would put the soldier down in a instant no trail
#181 - cobrafan
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American military personnel are not allowed to follow any order that defies the constitution, which is why they can't say, "I was just following orders," in court.
User avatar #188 to #181 - stealingbikes
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Bingo.

Also, as previously mentioned, the Geneva Convention and LOAC (Law of Armed Conflict)