Who Shall We Get Next?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by candletrader, Feb 2, 2003.

  1. What I am amazed about is the fact that the US was able to get Shariff on side.

    Pakistan was the very support of the Taliban yet Pakistan's management saw fit to change sides.

    Whoever did the negotiations must have been pretty persuavive.
    (did the US use threats ? Did they hint at promises of support against India ? If not, then what did the US say to bring about a change in outlook ?)

    Pakistan could instead have been stubborn and dug in their toes.

    #51     Feb 4, 2003
  2. I think we probably told those Pakistani scumbags that we'd bomb em too unless they co-operated... that probably got em pissing in their rags... yeehaaaa!!!!

    Those evil Pakistanis have nukes, so we probably threatened to nuke em for having nukes if they didn't obey us... we are their bosses, they better realise it... yeehaaa!!!

    Anyways, we've now gotten military bases established all over Pakistan and we basically own that country now! And if the Pakistanis think they're gonna get rid of us, they are mistaken.... WE OWN 'EM!!!

    Let's smoke out the evil dewers and give em justice...

    God Bless America and Israel...
    #52     Feb 4, 2003
  3. Are you kidding? Major Al Qeada figures are stroll through Karachi while US agents have to sit on thier hands.

    Can't get the Pakastani Muslim Populace in an uproar.
    #53     Feb 4, 2003
  4. Good point... let's nuke em... I never did like em anyways, lol! But they were of some use to us in the Cold War against those evil commie Soviets...

    But if they are standing in the way of us getting Al Qada, we got no option but to nuke the evil Pakistani scumbags... yeeehaaaa... God Bless America and Israel...
    #54     Feb 4, 2003
  5. msfe


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    #55     Feb 4, 2003
  6. Josh_B


    WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UPI) -- France is no longer an ally of the United States and the NATO alliance "must develop a strategy to contain our erstwhile ally or we will not be talking about a NATO alliance" the head of the Pentagon's top advisory board said in Washington Tuesday...


    hmmm should we add France on the next to attack list?

    Hypothetically speaking, what should we do if every other nation opposes our foreign policies anymore? Do we just level them all? (well we do have more than enough firepower to do it) but should we?

    #56     Feb 4, 2003
  7. The trend is well established... we will always have a few allies (some genuine, some not)... but the pool is diminishing over time...
    #57     Feb 4, 2003