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Originally posted by helta
We have more then lived up to our duty in the battlefield, and we stand by our brothers to the south.
Originally posted by ThaLoccster
Here's an interesting take, and seemingly makes some sense.
Did an American mine sink South Korean ship?
BEIJING - South Korean Prime Minister Lee Myung-bak has claimed "overwhelming evidence" that a North Korean torpedo sank the corvette Cheonan on March 26, killing 46 sailors. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton claimed that there’s "overwhelming evidence" in favor of the theory that North Korea sank the South Korean Navy warship Cheonan. But the articles of proof presented so far by military investigators to an official inquiry board have been scanty and inconsistent.
There’s yet another possibility, that a U.S. rising mine sank the Cheonan in a friendly-fire accident.
In the recent U.S.-China strategic talks in Shanghai and Beijing, the Chinese side dismissed the official scenario presented by the Americans and their South Korean allies as not credible. This conclusion was based on an independent technical assessment by the Chinese military, according to a Beijing-based military affairs consultant to the People Liberation Army.
Hardly any of the relevant facts that counter the official verdict have made headline news in either South Korea or its senior ally, the United States.
Originally posted by DEEZNUTZ
We didn't send troops to Dubya's War with Iraq because we the Canadian people didn't buy the dripple you Americans ate up like Ice Cream.
We sent troops to Afghanistan because that's where Osama was based out of and was believed to be responsible for 911.
Originally posted by Silver Shadow
But Canada has no binding military treaty with America, and neither is it an ally of America, and ceased being an ally of America since Vietnam.