I do believe the Israeli sniper won that contest by a country mile.
Who are we kidding, these kinds of videos only help to further add flame to the fire. As long as snipers don't have us in the crossbars or bombs
aren't dropping on us, we can debate this till the cows come home. However, it still won't solve the problem.
Here's a couple of threads were solutions were offered. Maybe some of you might want to offer your solution to this ongoing problem.
It sickens me to casually watch people dying in battle. These men are obviously willing to die for whatever it is they believe in. Do their deaths
have to be viewed casually, as if it's not another human dying, just another faceless internet video. I wouldn't watch a Marine die on the internet,
I wouldn't watch a Iraqi die on the internet, I wouldn't watch ANYONE die over the internet. Would you like to see your family members being slane
on the god dam computer? Do you think these peoples family enjoys the fact that their sons and daughters deaths are being viewed like it's nothing?
Originally posted by USMC-oorah
Would you like to see your family members being slane on the god dam computer? Do you think these peoples family enjoys the fact that their sons and
daughters deaths are being viewed like it's nothing?
None of would like to see our family being slaughtered on the battle field. This is the reason why both sides release footage of operations. It's
to damage morale and turn the public against the conflict. This is why the sniper is such a deadly weapon, physically and mentally.
It also shows the family members at home how vulnerable their loved ones are in battle. If they keep seeing these kind of videos, they'll soon stop
backing the conflict.
Personally, I don't mind watching these videos. I'm always interested in how the lesser enemy uses tactics against the far superior military
Guerilla warfare interests me.
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