the jihadists don't just want us out...they want us dead...there is a huge difference
Originally posted by CaticusMaximus
I have to agree with others, the thread title is misleading, despite the video being a good one and one I completely agree with.
Though since my viewership was procured via deception; false premises (which is all to common in the supposed "truth" movement), no S/F.
Originally posted by Sek82
reply to post by tangonine
You missed the point. The implication is not that China would send troops to Texas. It's not even supposed to imply that it's a possibility.
The point is to get the viewer to imagine what it's like to be a citizen of Iraq, or Afghanistan and have our troops rolling around occupying them, and doing what we have done there. You know, imagine what it's like to be on the other side of the fence, and to understand why our troops get attacked and killed when we go and invade/occupy these counties. To understand why we have "enemies" to endlessly combat in these countries, because we are there. And until we have a President with the guts to admit that they are unwinnable, and remove ourselves from the campaign, it will never end.
Originally posted by hellzdoms
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman
Sounds really scary, I suppose I know how it feels or, let me put it in a better perspective, know how my parents and grandparents felt with Russia watching every step that they took, I was lucky enough to be born after this terrible cold war crisis but I still believe that there is signs of Russian government watching us (Polish people and also others) especially after the Smolensk crash; with 96 or so official members of the parliament and other companies who somehow crashed because the pilot lost control. Within matter of seconds the Russians were surrounding the place with no access to anyone, even the polish personnel. That left me suspicious of Russian actions towards Poland because who knows it might of not been a mistake after all, but something smells fishy too me.So you having Chinese troops in Texas and having that type of fear is understandable to me, because I have heard stories and partly experienced that in a similar way.