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Originally posted by dwmjr1985
reply to post by ExCommando
Don't you know.. The United States doesn't have to follow international law, much like the soviet union when they where taking over the world. Who is going to stand up to the United States. By the way Australia and New Zealand.. two of my favorite countries... Hope to immigrate to one of them soon.
Originally posted by osirys
its obvious... we aren't
No offense meant to americans, I love you guys, and my gf is from Wisconsin. But even as a canadian, hearing about people celebrating and dancing in the streets because of the death of one man is a little sickening.
On the other hand I don't think all american people are really that bloodthirsty, I think for the most part they have been portrayed to be for a reason. All it takes is on zealet to represent a group of people (as seen with OBL).
Answer this: How do you go about toppling a nation, without first instilling hatred towards it from the rest of the world?
Originally posted by kalunom
I think the majority of the celebrants seen outside the white house, times square, etc. the night of the announcement were just college kids going out to be part of the crowd, get some youtube vids, tweets, and facebook posts... Most of them were probably 10 years old when 9/11 happened...it's just mass hysteria, imo.
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.
Originally posted by Vikus
Originally posted by neo96
alot of us ameircans did not celebrate obls death
alot of us americans are shamed of our country at the moment.
dont believe everything you see on tv.
Yes we do.
Didn't you see that crowd that instantaneously appeared in front of the White House (flags, signs, and everything) right after Osama's death announcement?