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#129 - JabbaTheGut (12/01/2012) [-]
I like how all these euro-fags are saying that we have been milking the whole 9/11 thing for too long.
It was a ******* national travesty, dicks.
#167 to #129 - crilleballe (12/01/2012) [-]
Yeah, it was a national travesty.
But so was the death of 18.000+ people in Afghanistan, that you guys decided to bomb as revenge.
#260 to #167 - bigrog (12/01/2012) [-]
do you know how war works, what would you want us to do, go over and plant flowers. War isn't pretty. I ugly, its brutal, and its bloody. War is hell, but it was necessary. They commited an act of war and we responded. Wars are won through the blood of civilians, not soilders. Thats how it has always been.
#390 to #260 - crilleballe (12/01/2012) [-]
And 9/11 was not an act of war then?
#391 to #390 - bigrog (12/01/2012) [-]
how the **** is killing 3000 civilians not an act of war
#392 to #391 - crilleballe (12/01/2012) [-]
Exactly. You are at war with Al-Queda. If you expect that you can just invade their home country and not bring the war to the USA, then you have severely underestimated Al-Queda
Do the 3.000 dead at 9/11 mean more to you then 18.000 dead in Afghanistan?
Yes, probably, and that's because it's close to you. It could have been you. But don't come to Europe whining about 9/11, because some of us care just as much about the afghans as we care about you. And the bombing of 18.000 people was a governmental decision. Your government, and therefore also partly you, are responsible for it. The 9/11 only have a few responsible rebels to blame.
#394 to #392 - bigrog (12/01/2012) [-]
and to your point if the goverment refuesed our request to not harbor the terrorist then they are responsible and there people are partly responsible
#393 to #392 - bigrog (12/01/2012) [-]
when the **** did anyone ever come to europe whining about 9 11. If you hear about it on the internet people have a right to post what they want. And once again, we are at war, one which we didnt start. You say the bombing was wrong. How the hell should we have handled it. Crop dust them with glitter. Maybe a paintball fight. A land invasion would have killed millions more soldiers. Not to mention we gave the afgan goverment a chance to help. There were terrorist in multiple other countries as well. We talked to there goverments and asked that they not harbor them. Most agreed, afgan did not, they gave us not choice. And unrelated, you people where dicks about 9 11 even before we took action. The day of the 911 you guys had russell brand on MTV dressed as osama bin ladin saying we derserved it
#395 to #393 - crilleballe (12/01/2012) [-]
1. If the UN haven't fought back the terrorists yet, how did you expect the Afghan government to do so? These governments are corrupted, poor and have terrible control of their country. They CANNOT repel a rebel group like Al-Queda.
2. Many people of the USA whine about 9/11 all the time, not only, but especially in your own country. You have a large memorial every year that you have politically forced upon Europe, so that we have to make a memorial as well.
If you don't whine or 'celebrate' the memory, then i do not mean any offense. But there are a lot of these people out there.
3. You didn't start the war in Afghanistan/Iraq/Iran, but you joined it, willingly.
> "You say the bombing was wrong. How the hell should we have handled it?"
By valuing the lives of the people whom you killed. Your government decided that it was better to bomb 18.000 civilians, just to be sure that a few hundred terrorists among them died. Instead, you could have faced them in combat. Sure, you'd lose some soldiers, possibly even a hundred soldiers, but if you really value 100 soldiers lives over 18.000 civilians lives, then you are psychopathic.
#399 to #395 - bigrog (12/02/2012) [-]
multiple other middle eastern countries agreed. All we asked was that they not harbor them they refused. The day of the attack there people celebrated in the streets. It wasnt that they couldnt, its that they refused because of there own animosity toward us. There goverment even allowed some terrorist to enter public schools and teach there kids how to make bombs. There people were as hostile toward us as the terrorist. And we did start with a land invasion. We only bombed after we had thousands of soilders that we proceeded to bomb, and the only reason we bombed is because they refused to fight us in direct combat. they would either lay out traps, ieds, or ambushes, or suicide bomb our bases. If there people hadnt happily harbored them we wouldnt of had to bomb them. They were inviting them into there houses and lying to soilders saying they were relatives. And its not like we bombed them, ****** up there country and left. We stayed for years helping them rebuild and trying to fight of terrorist groups from taking control. I cant recall which but either afgan or iraq recently held there first free election thanks to our protection, there were multiple attempts to attack the polls. Ive personally met a soilder who saved a family who saved a Afgan family, He was a sniper and took the terrorist's head off while he was using the family as a human shield. One of the biggest hot button issues right now is should we stay over there, many say we have done enough. And by the way, I do memorialize the tragic events each year. Every year i pray for those who lost there lives, for those overseas, and for the misguided souls who were corrupted into doing those horrible deeds, and shed a few tears, and im proud to say i do. And tell me how we force a memorial upon you, becuase if your country does a memorial that seems more like your government trying to get good PR than us forcing something upon you
#212 to #167 - CIS White Male (12/01/2012) [-]
The rag-heads called it upon themselves
User avatar #178 to #167 - thedarkestrogue (12/01/2012) [-]
I am american and I completely agree with you.
#181 to #178 - crilleballe (12/01/2012) [-]
Well, then all is not lost :D
User avatar #152 to #129 - ubercripple (12/01/2012) [-]
It was bad, but we're all so shocked by it mostly because it's rare for something like that to happen here, whereas there have been multiple bombings across Europe.
It's like the rich kid complaining to the poor kids that he lost a $20 bill.
User avatar #156 to #152 - CRosBY (12/01/2012) [-]
Are you comparing lives to money?
User avatar #157 to #156 - ubercripple (12/01/2012) [-]
FFS, it's an analogy. Comparing lives to lives doesn't work. Get over it.
User avatar #159 to #157 - CRosBY (12/01/2012) [-]
A bad analogy.
User avatar #136 to #129 - pinkiepiethecunt (12/01/2012) [-]
lets face it you do yes 9/11 is a very sad event but when was the last time you hear 7/7 or the madrid bombing or any memorial for the thousands killed by the IRA.
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#401 to #273 - idkmyusername (12/03/2012) [-]
I'm American...
I'm American...
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