posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 03:34 PM
reply to post by gatewaywithin
No doubt. All of the armies, navies and air forces of the world, combined, couldn't field enough men and conventional weapons to invade the US
mainland, let alone capture or "take it." It's an idiotic question. We have the most powerful military in the entire world, by a huge margin, and
we have trouble mopping up in countries like Afganistan. What in the world makes anyone think they could "do it here," where a large percentage of
the population is armed, relatively educated, and highly nationalistic?
And where would they get the boats required to land their armies on our shores? How would they build them without drawing attention to themselves via
satellite imagery at 3 meter resolution? You do realize it would take 15 thousand of our best troop transport ships, at full capacity, to deliver a
million boots to our shores? By the time you loaded them all, you'd need to port, just to resupply them for the voyage.
Short of a bonafide alien invasion, there is no way mainland America is occupied by anyone, without the express cooperation of our own government and
soldiers, and that last part is as likely as me being crowned Jesus tomorrow by the world bank.