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What the Australian media is saying about the OBL killing ... may surprise you!

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posted on May, 4 2011 @ 10:30 PM
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So why are you funding the UN with your tax dollars? Double talk ...

www.betterworldcampaign.org...




posted on May, 4 2011 @ 10:30 PM
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Originally posted by Immortalgemini527

Originally posted by ExCommando

Originally posted by Immortalgemini527

Originally posted by dwmjr1985
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The US and Australia have had tight military bonds sense world war 2, and if i remember correctly, you guys where helping us out in Vietnam even.


So basically, the little tiny army of Australia who gave what! 1000 soldiers, the ones that cried like baby with soggy diaper when 2 of its soldiers was killed. That’s help, and you wonder why I’m mad at Australia for opening its face up in the matter, and by the way, Australia was scared to helping.

‘AND IF YOU’RE NOT WITH US, THEN YOU’RE AGAINST US’

‘KING KONG DON’T GOT NOTHING ON ME’

‘I DON’T CARE ABOUT THE GENEVA CONVENTION, NATO, WORLD OPINION’

Great moments from Georgy pudding Bush.

Ok president of the USA, ‘WE’S A COMING SIR, US AUSTRALIANS ARE RIGHT BY YOUR SIDE’
YES SIR, NO SIR ,OK SIR


Oh. My. God.

You can't be serious?

Right now, I would absolutely love to sit down with you in a room, with a few mates of mine in the US Spec Ops community, and see how they would react to you saying what you just said.

It would be an absolutely glorious moment.

There would be no violence at all, but it would be a short, and very heated conversation, which would revolve around you basically wetting yourself, and then apologizing.

I would then request that you come back to this thread, and post your apology for everyone to see - I would also request that you inform everyone that you are a keyboard warrior, have no practical worldly or military experience.

Lastly, I would ask that you spend some time with returned Australian vets from the Afghanistan campaign - meet the families of the men who died, and see if you are man enough to tell their families that they "cried like babies".

You're a disgrace, and honestly, I think you should thank whatever power you believe in that we are separated by an ocean and the internet, because if anyone ever had the stupidity to say what you said to my face, all logic and basic common sense would leave me for the few seconds it would take to teach you a lesson.


YOU THINK I WOULD BETRAY MY COUNTRY AND SIT DOWN WITH THE LIKES OF YOU, ARE YOU BLOODY JOKING MATE ?…REALLY!

To us Americans your nothing but a tool, a Tool of people that when called on, ‘BETTER COME RUNNING‘…PERIOD!
STAY IN A TOOLS PLACE AND UNDERSTAND THE HISTORY WE ALLOW YOU ALL TO HAVE.
edit on 4-5-2011 by Immortalgemini527 because: (no reason given)


The Australian military contribution was relatively small, around 2,000 personnel in total, which is also smaller than other Coalition commitments in proportional terms.

Blo-ey fre-in joke mate !



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 10:33 PM
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Originally posted by Immortalgemini527

Originally posted by Immortalgemini527

Originally posted by ExCommando

Originally posted by Immortalgemini527

Originally posted by dwmjr1985
reply to post by zazzafrazz
 


The US and Australia have had tight military bonds sense world war 2, and if i remember correctly, you guys where helping us out in Vietnam even.


So basically, the little tiny army of Australia who gave what! 1000 soldiers, the ones that cried like baby with soggy diaper when 2 of its soldiers was killed. That’s help, and you wonder why I’m mad at Australia for opening its face up in the matter, and by the way, Australia was scared to helping.

‘AND IF YOU’RE NOT WITH US, THEN YOU’RE AGAINST US’

‘KING KONG DON’T GOT NOTHING ON ME’

‘I DON’T CARE ABOUT THE GENEVA CONVENTION, NATO, WORLD OPINION’

Great moments from Georgy pudding Bush.

Ok president of the USA, ‘WE’S A COMING SIR, US AUSTRALIANS ARE RIGHT BY YOUR SIDE’
YES SIR, NO SIR ,OK SIR


Oh. My. God.

You can't be serious?

Right now, I would absolutely love to sit down with you in a room, with a few mates of mine in the US Spec Ops community, and see how they would react to you saying what you just said.

It would be an absolutely glorious moment.

There would be no violence at all, but it would be a short, and very heated conversation, which would revolve around you basically wetting yourself, and then apologizing.

I would then request that you come back to this thread, and post your apology for everyone to see - I would also request that you inform everyone that you are a keyboard warrior, have no practical worldly or military experience.

Lastly, I would ask that you spend some time with returned Australian vets from the Afghanistan campaign - meet the families of the men who died, and see if you are man enough to tell their families that they "cried like babies".

You're a disgrace, and honestly, I think you should thank whatever power you believe in that we are separated by an ocean and the internet, because if anyone ever had the stupidity to say what you said to my face, all logic and basic common sense would leave me for the few seconds it would take to teach you a lesson.


YOU THINK I WOULD BETRAY MY COUNTRY AND SIT DOWN WITH THE LIKES OF YOU, ARE YOU BLOODY JOKING MATE ?…REALLY!

To us Americans your nothing but a tool, a Tool of people that when called on, ‘BETTER COME RUNNING‘…PERIOD!
STAY IN A TOOLS PLACE AND UNDERSTAND THE HISTORY WE ALLOW YOU ALL TO HAVE.
edit on 4-5-2011 by Immortalgemini527 because: (no reason given)


The Australian military contribution was relatively small, around 2,000 personnel in total, which is also smaller than other Coalition commitments in proportional terms.

Blo-ey fre-in joke mate !


The Australian military contribution was relatively small, around 2,000 personnel in total, which is also smaller than other Coalition commitments in proportional terms.



Care to post some facts to back this up?



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 10:37 PM
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TextThe Australian military contribution was relatively small, around 2,000 personnel in total, which is also smaller than other Coalition commitments in proportional terms. Calculated on the basis of military personnel per head of population, the Australian forces could have been seven times larger and still not have been equal to the per-capita commitments of either the United States or the United Kingdom.

2003



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 10:37 PM
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Surprise me? No surprise, when was the last time Australia had
contributed anything to the world?

One of the a-lot- of talk- and no action countries who
have nothing else better to do but criticize....



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 10:37 PM
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I know I'm late late late to this thread, but honestly, I hate to hear this news, but not at all surprised, and expect this attitude to get a foothold very quickly globally.

Although I am not saddened by the death, I am disturbed somewhat over the way it happened, and the celebratory attitude of the past couple of days. It's done, but the manner in which it was done is nothing to be particularly proud of, in my estimation.



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 10:43 PM
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Originally posted by ExCommando
What I am concerned about is the slippery slope that the US Government has started to slide down, and the apparent blood lust of the American people.

It raises the question - how are we better than them, if this is the way we react, and if these actions are deemed acceptable?


Bravo, good sir, Bravo! There are many in the USA that would agree with you as well. Word is that some administration officials went down to a local college or two to round up some kids for the "impromptu" rally outside the White House that night.



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 10:56 PM
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Don't waste your time responding to him brother...It's like some people have no lives and have nothing better to do than get a rise out of people. And I feel your frustration because being a Canadian I too have met some really cocky Americans who have no idea the contribution that Australia, Canada and many other countries have made and continue to make. But he is a minority, most Americans i'm sure don't agree with a word he has said and appreciate the fact that we sent our brave soldiers(yourself included) into war in response to the attack on America. I am totally against the war and wish my country didn't get involved but you can't not respect the men and women who put their lives on the line believing they are making the world a safer place. No matter what your position on the war, respect must be given.

With that being said S&F. I agree that it is barbaric to cheer the death of someone. Especially someone who has yet to be proven guilty of 9/11(on the FBI most wanted page there is no mention of 9/11) It seems to me those people were paid to be there. Minutes after it was announced crowds are already gathered outside the white house with flags at 11PM on a Sunday night?Of course I could be wrong. But I must say this OBL death thing had had like 10 different stories. And to dump the body in the sea and not release any photos or video proving he is dead and it was him. Even my mom was like wtf and she is no where near being into conspiracy theories. Add to that the fact that he has been announced dead 9 times now and many high profile people have said he is dead. Including the ex president of Pakistan. Sadly I see this as a reason to carry on the war on terror. Just some speculation on my part here(I don't want to start another OBL thread and there may be one about this already) but I believe Pakistan will be attacked next. We have already heard the MSM talk about retaliation, possibly involving nuclear bombs, which Pakistan has. Not to mention the Raymond Davis killing of those two men,(who appear to be ISI agents) Pakistan telling the US to stop drone attacks in their territory and the sit in that blocked NATO supply routes for two days and may of included 200,000 citizens. Just a thought..

PS..I love Australia it's such a beautiful country. Been to Sydney and the people are very much like Canadians..



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:00 PM
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Here's my theory on his death...He was no longer BAD enough and no one was able to tie him to 911 conclusively. In the aftermath AQ will all but disband. Then....The next piece of the puzzle, way bigger than 911 and having direct connection too (insert bad guys here) and off we go again! It's just a 10 cent theory but my point is that the death of OBL will never slow the overall plan and effect of the "War on terror" which in my belief is nothing more than a direct assault on freedom worldwide by billionaire wannabe farmers. It's interesting to see the Aussie media take on the US though but it's going to take me a while fit it into the big picture



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:00 PM
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Originally posted by Canadianpride420
reply to post by ExCommando
 


Don't waste your time responding to him brother...It's like some people have no lives and have nothing better to do than get a rise out of people. And I feel your frustration because being a Canadian I too have met some really cocky Americans who have no idea the contribution that Australia, Canada and many other countries have made and continue to make. But he is a minority, most Americans i'm sure don't agree with a word he has said and appreciate the fact that we sent our brave soldiers(yourself included) into war in response to the attack on America. I am totally against the war and wish my country didn't get involved but you can't not respect the men and women who put their lives on the line believing they are making the world a safer place. No matter what your position on the war, respect must be given.

With that being said S&F. I agree that it is barbaric to cheer the death of someone. Especially someone who has yet to be proven guilty of 9/11(on the FBI most wanted page there is no mention of 9/11) It seems to me those people were paid to be there. Minutes after it was announced crowds are already gathered outside the white house with flags at 11PM on a Sunday night?Of course I could be wrong. But I must say this OBL death thing had had like 10 different stories. And to dump the body in the sea and not release any photos or video proving he is dead and it was him. Even my mom was like wtf and she is no where near being into conspiracy theories. Add to that the fact that he has been announced dead 9 times now and many high profile people have said he is dead. Including the ex president of Pakistan. Sadly I see this as a reason to carry on the war on terror. Just some speculation on my part here(I don't want to start another OBL thread and there may be one about this already) but I believe Pakistan will be attacked next. We have already heard the MSM talk about retaliation, possibly involving nuclear bombs, which Pakistan has. Not to mention the Raymond Davis killing of those two men,(who appear to be ISI agents) Pakistan telling the US to stop drone attacks in their territory and the sit in that blocked NATO supply routes for two days and may of included 200,000 citizens. Just a thought..

PS..I love Australia it's such a beautiful country. Been to Sydney and the people are very much like Canadians..


I made the mistake of feeding into his disillusioned mind previously, I won't go there again.

He is a classic example of a 13 year old keyboard warrior - he's probably watching animal porn in between his bouts of CAPITAL POSTS on here.

Poor child.



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:04 PM
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posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:11 PM
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Very good point. During World War II when we "the allies" showed captured german soldiers photos of the atrocities in the camps ,they refused to believe it .Dismissing it as propoganda.Who is broadcasting to the other countries our "dancing in the streets" and why?



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:14 PM
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Originally posted by TheTruthCqer
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You're wrong my friend. You are an example of a coward. People like Osama wouldnt offer you a trial even if you deserved one, so why should anyone?. Maybe if he killed less than 10 people it would be a good thing, but the guy killed hundreds. If it's up to cowards like you criminals would live years and years in hiding until they are caught n then put through the justice system. They should've hung him in times sq. and let everyone poke his balls with needles and free hits for everyone. Seriously stop thinking that justice is the answer. To this man justice wouldve only enabled him to continue his terrorist bs. Put the bastard in jail and let him eat american food, get him nice and healthy and let him continue his bs from prison, that's why you're a coward, because this is what you want for the guy. I say burn all the terrorist, no trials no laws. Fu*ck them. Terror feeds off people like you who dont think about terrorist dying in worse ways than they can imagine their victims dying. Terror cannot be faught with justice, only with worse terror. Grow some balls lady.


Wouldn't normally quote a long response, but feel it's required here.

Can I just ask, what century are you living in? He should be strung up in times square to have his balls poked???

Hmmm, the whole concept of civilized society is that, we, as westernized, civilized members of the global community long out grew the blood lust, and "entertainment" rome dished out in the coliseum many hundreds of years ago. Again, what makes us better than "supposed" terrorists, is that we have a level of humanity they lack. We respect human life.

Is that a cowards approach? Probably if I lived in the same cave your mind has yet to evolve from.

Hatred only serves to breed additional hatred, you don't need to be a genius to understand that concept. And again, where are all the facts? Do you seriously believe one man in a cave was able to beat the worlds most heavily funded defensively and intelligence community??? If so, then perhaps anger should be directed at the wasted billions in tax payers money which categorically failed on such an epic level.

Your mindset only serves to encourage additional terror, you cannot defeat evil with evil, you can not destroy hatred with hatred - if that makes me a coward, so be it. I would rather be a coward than something who shoots first and asks questions later.



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:18 PM
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Originally posted by Immortalgemini527
NOTHING BUT A BUNCH OF MCVEIGH’S AND LAUGHNERS ON THIS SITE.


Speaking of Loughner, you're posts are eerily reminiscent of his sporadic, nonsensical posting style.

MOONTREE SHOE FOURTEEN COUCH OXYGEN!!? PIE BARRIER HOOBA JAHOPATHY?

And that's putting it lightly, eh brother?




posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:19 PM
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Originally posted by 27jd

Originally posted by Immortalgemini527
NOTHING BUT A BUNCH OF MCVEIGH’S AND LAUGHNERS ON THIS SITE.


Speaking of Loughner, you're posts are eerily reminiscent of his sporadic, nonsensical posting style.

MOONTREE SHOE FOURTEEN COUCH OXYGEN!!? PIE BARRIER HOOBA JAHOPATHY?

And that's putting it lightly, eh brother?


Guess so !



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:21 PM
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Originally posted by hillynilly
Surprise me? No surprise, when was the last time Australia had
contributed anything to the world?

One of the a-lot- of talk- and no action countries who
have nothing else better to do but criticize....



These sort of questions only serve to create more division. Really what has ANY country contributed to a better world in recent times....

I would argue, NOTHING. Not one country has done anything majorly to improve something of any significance to the population of the planet full stop. Because dropping bombs and shooting guns does nothing to truly help the global situation.

The only lessons learnt from war, are more efficient ways to kill people!



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:30 PM
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I thought they has passed laws that they can hit any american citizen anywhere at anytime without trail or charges .
Maybe its nnot a law even, rather a declaration from the Governing body there in the US . Doesn't obama the peace maker have a hit list ?
Ofcourse OBL is not a citizen, although it would not surprise me if he was one .



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:47 PM
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This may have already been posted but I would like to restate the information. When the news hit here in the US, it was reported that Osama was fighting against US forces and he died in the firefight. At no time did we hear that it was even possible that Osama may not have been armed during the time. The celebrations happened immediately as victory celebrations since it was believed that the guy responsible for killing thousands was taken out. I did not see any celebrations anywhere I went except on tv. I believe New York city and Washington DC may have had some. I believe most Americans were happy with the closure and end to the hunt for Osama. Now a day or two later, news is reported that maybe Osama wasn't armed. I'm questioning the moral grounds for shooting an unarmed man unless the soldier thought Osama was getting ready to throw a knife or shoot a deadly weapon. I don't know. I wasn't there. I was talking about this today. Now I see this thread where some people think we're bloodthirsty. Give me a break and don't believe everything you see on tv. Without seeing proof that Osama is dead, we have only the word of the US government that any of this even really happened.
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posted on May, 4 2011 @ 11:49 PM
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The person your arguing with will never tweak to the fact that whilst he's chanting USA USA and oorahh and expressing the opinion that no other nation than the United States has ever made a positive contribution to the world that he's a sheep a sheep that will now never be presented with any evidence of Osamas link to 9-11 nor will there now be any meaningfull investigation into that event,tptb have brought him closure and hes bought it hook,line and sinker.



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