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- Any one of you ever think that MAYBE we were trying to get the…
New Leaks and Statement...
Investing millions in an army just of kindness?
Yes, It was obviously because of the war that was coming and to ensure that the side loyal to the US would win.
Economic interest, not humanitarian. They didn´t care what was best for Yemen.
Not saying there wasn't an amount of self-interest there. It would makes the most sense for the government who liked us to win over the one which didn't... There should have to be anything more to this story.
So, you are telling me you have nothing against foreign countries twisting local process toward their interest?
I have to call Israel right now, USA is ready
Towards their interests instead of towards a potential terrorist group's interest? No, absolutely not. Would you, if you were 'in charge' allow all the shit in the M.E. go down just for the principle of "it's not my problem"?
There were two countries, North Yemen and South Yemen. The tensions around their constitution were the ones that were to start the civil war.
No terrorists there
The Al Qaeda groups appeared later.
USA was moving strings before this.
What would be the profit in doing so? Yemen has shit for resources..it's mostly just barren desert, no oil, no minerals. 80% of their food is imported...or was, until the country became so unstable that it was halted last year. Not sure if that resumed with the shift in power from the king. A well-and-truly fucked country now with a terrorism problem (which is being taken care of, thankfully). I don't see where the U.S. wins by destabilizing that area.
Quick search result of Yemen's exports
" Yemen contains proven crude oil reserves of more than 4 billion barrels (640,000,000 m3), although these reserves are not expected to last more than 9 years, and output from the country's older fields is falling, a concern since oil provides around 90% of the country's exports"
-Martin Plaut (20 November 2008). "Yemen 'faces crisis as oil ends'". BBC News.
Don't go by %'s when you don't know what it entails. Despite their "economy" being mostly..."sustained" by oil, they don't have much in relation to neighboring countries.
it is still 5 000 billion usd per year
As of 2013, exports from Yemen totaled $6.694 billion. The main export commodities are crude oil, coffee, dried and salted fish, liquefied natural gas. These products were mainly sent to China (41%), Thailand (19.2%), India (11.4%), and South Korea (4.4%).
I guess they weren't sharing with the US, so naughty.
That's not a fun conspiracy. lol fj loves that shit.
- People who are responsible for implementing justice are deemed…
MOLLY BANNED FOR EXPOSING...
- Where's infinitereaper tagging in and blowing a gasket about h…
the war isn't over yet
- Did you base your relationship off of the fact that you two li…
I need help
- I mean honestly, the Muslim population is the closest thing to…
CNN just can't take it anymore
middle eastern Muslims are savages if you ask me, Asian muslims aren't that bad though.
Asian anything isn't that bad, except government, their governments are fucked up.
a bit, but they work
- The Air Force recently shared an article about the first 10 wo…
- I don't...see anything here that's damning. This looks like so…
HILLARY CLINTON Campaign 90...
- **adrenalinbbq used "*roll picture*"** **adrenalinbbq rolle…
Thats a good roll
- As an NCO in the military, this is completely true. I have an …
Drill Sgt on this...
In the Marine Corps the officers themselves would be telling him that his feelings don't matter for sh!t, stop being a b!tch, and the only thing that matters is you getting your mission done because lives depend on it.
Then again, we still sleep on the ground in the rain in 30 degrees for weeks at a time, or live for weeks in 29 Palms in 125 degrees while running miles in body armor just because our officers want us to acclimate and deal with it, or stay awake for 3 days straight just to do a training op, and we still get our rank pinned into our skin when we get promoted, etc.
Don't worry. USMC will keep real traditions alive while all the rest of you go through this phase.
The fuck is this shit? Considering how many classes/presentation/briefs they give us it's not that hard. Fucking send him/her to the chaplain or to an advocate/medical. If he doesn't want to talk to you make him talk to someone else. Mission accomplishment mother fucker. I honestly can't believe that's how the Air Force does it. How many fucking briefs did I have to go through to hear that an Air Force NCO doesn't know how to deal with a servicemember having some sort of issues. Next you're going to tell me you can't define sexual consent. The fuck are you gonna do if this kid was a grunt and had a rifle? Let him fucking keep it and blow his own brains out?
idk if id call them pussies
"my wife lost the baby yesterday"
can you really be trained to not let stuff like that get to you?
Just because it gets to you doesn't mean you stop doing your job.
You'll lose some of the people you're closest to in this world in combat and have to keep fighting the very next minute after they die in your arms. You still need to get your job done or else the rest of your squad is gonna die too.
- I saw the video you posted there. Didn't see anything saying t…
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