posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 01:23 PM
Special Ops missions have been around for much longer than you would think. They have always been known for doing whatever is necessary to get the job
done. without a doubt most of it is unsavory, a good portion of it may even be "illegal" by some standards. Yes there have been cases of torture.
What really is your point? War by necessity is not a pleasant business to be in. It does however keep you and your freedoms intact. War cannot be won
by playing by the rules, hence the coinage of the phrase "unconventional warfare".
Remember in the War For Independence we fought a vastly superior force and won by what at that time was thought to be crude unconventional means. In
other words we did not line up 10 feet away from the opposing force and take shots at one another, as was the custom at that time.
Often it is necessary for a little evil to be done to protect the masses from a greater threat. Would it not be more feasible to take out an opposing
leader, rather than fight thousands of his troops? Why is targeting an officer used to demoralize troops?
War is simply put one thing. Kill the mostest the quickest with the leastest. Do it any way you can. No one said it was pleasant, it is what it is, a
necessary part of survival.
What you must understand is that there are hose so opposed to any ideas that are not theirs that they will do WHATEVER IT TAKES to get their point
across. Our job is to do WHATEVER IT TAKES to keep them from doing it.