The boy is back in town

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The boy is back in town

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It's up to you, either you lose 1 hour 40 of your life watching another cheap anti-American analogy of the Iraq war posturing as a talentless horror movie, or you spend only 1 minute 58 on my parody of its opening sequence and move to something more productive before the week is over (the clip is on top, the poster is here).

Yeah, I know, I'm a bit late for this party. Hope there's still some beer left though.

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Le petit gars est de retour

A vous de voir : soit vous perdez 1 heure 40 de votre vie à regarder une autre minable analogie anti-américaine de la guerre en Irak sous la forme d'un film d'horreur sans talent, soit vous ne dépensez qu' 1 minute 58 sur ma parodie de sa séquence d'introduction et passez à quelque chose de plus productif avant que la semaine ne se termine (le clip est en haut de page, l'affiche est ici).

Ouais, je sais, je suis un peu en retard pour cette fête. Pourvu qu'il reste de la bière.

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  • KLStranger from out there

And while we’re on the theme of Europe being overrun…Fun headline o’ the day… 

Vatican: “Attempts To Islamize The West Cannot Be Denied”

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  • Star-WolfFrance

Merde, j’encaisse pas le goût de la bière, pas grave, Mecca Cola fait de plus en plus d’adeptes sur le vieux continent.

Santé, for the name of Allah !

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  • GrimmyWhere I'm at.

I so missed the subtext of the whole 28 days and it’s later addon. I thought it was about why we shouldn’t allow British scientists to experiment without supervision.

I haven’t seen the later addon, let me guess. Americans are evil, right?

When considering the UK in terms of this current GWoT, the British should be concerned. Currently, their only viable options are to fight back against the new caliphate, or eventually become just another American owned theme park.

The theme park thing, probably centered on a mix of miedeval England and prehistoric gaelic parks, would only be after the radiation subsided from the US cleaning up the new caliphate infestation.

There will always be an England!

Either as a free nation and birth place of the Anglosphere, or as a "historically based fantasy land" vaction resort and entertainment area.

Where does the light go, when the light goes out?

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  • the dissident frogmanFrance

Grimmy:

I haven’t seen the later addon, let me guess. Americans are evil, right?

It’s actually even worse than that. They can’t even manage to address metaphysical issues such as Good and Evil, so it only goes down to a mumbo-jumbo of sub Daily Kos trigger-concepts: we’ve got a US-led NATO force (not UN, mind you) though that ‘coalition’ is apparently only made of US military, that moves in the UK once the former movie’s rabid zombies died of starvation to manage, quote, “reconstruction”.

Of course, NATO or not, the American army is pictured as a bunch of trigger happy, incompetent grunts who set up a Green Zone but can’t even secure it properly and therefore end up shooting every civilian in a snipers’ fest so badly shot (no pun) that it’s embarrassing, and then gassing and “flame-throwing” any survivor (you know, like, they’re Nazis and stuff).

An English/Spanish movie, “with the participation” of the UK Film Council. I expect you won’t be surprised then.

Time to take sides

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  • GrimmyWhere I'm at.

DF:

The funny/sad thing is, that the more ground the leftards gain, the quicker they’ll come up against the true "American Street". For a glimps of what will be in store for them, do some reading up and review on the US campaign in WW2 in the Pacific islands.

There is a hard knot of folk here in the US that have no problem at all with the concept of "no quarter" warfare. None given, none asked for. All fights to the last man standing.  You’ll find such folk in all walks of life here in the US.

Those with this mindset tend to be rather unmerciful and vengeance oriented in their conduct toward all enemy.

‘ad triarios redisse’

Semper Fi.

Where does the light go, when the light goes out?

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  • Mike H.Spokane, Wa

I think that we’ve covered this ground previously. The operational parameters of the group are contained in the synergistic term "Uuh Rah." Which I think is shorthand for destroy. They said something like that in boot camp. Just before they sent me out to slice and dice my target.

et sic de similibus!

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  • Mike H.Spokane, Wa

The foregoing was based on Grimmy’s statement about the hardcore street.

et sic de similibus!

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  • 2hotel9Western Pennsylvania

I never saw either one. RageBoy is a fucking joke, I really wish one of those True Blue English soccer hooligans would teach him what rage is and stomp his ass to death.

 

As for the true American Street. We are a long suffering and forgiving crowd. Till we hit that line. Then all bets are off. The Constitution of the United States does not give us the right to keep and bear arms. It REQUIRES every voting age citizen to have shoulder arm, side arm, ammunition and equipment consumate with serving as a soldier of the line, circa 1756 militia standards. Thank you, Major Rogers!

Una Salus Victus Nullam Sperare Salutem

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  • GrimmyWhere I'm at.

Mike H:

Actually, I wasn’t referring to the USMC in this. The Marine Corps is an organization. I was speaking about individuals. This sort of person is everywhere in our society. Nearly every job location has one or more of them. The guy/gal that can always be counted on to show up on time and on task. The kind of person that, without being asked, steps up to assist with the hard work. They kind that doesn’t flinch at having to stay late or arrive early to "get it done".  Those are the general indicators of the personality type.

The Corps does tend to attract that personality type, but so do the other branches of uniformed service, as well as uniformed civil service.

America does have it’s weak, effeminate "artiste" types and those tend to be what draw the most attention. But the true American personality  is the type that will work or fight how ever hard is necessary to succeed or survive.

Where does the light go, when the light goes out?

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  • 2hotel9Western Pennsylvania

I was agreeing with your point. Just elucidating upon it.

Una Salus Victus Nullam Sperare Salutem

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  • Mike H.Spokane, Wa

Grimmy, I was talking about that attitude in terms that were the most comfortable since my father was in the Corps in WWII and Korea and I from 0-17 and 73-82. If it helps my multiservice image any, I was in the Navy during ‘Nam. The point that I wanted to make is that with all the former servicemen and women there would not be much concern given to the defeatest leadership when the other shoe fell. It’s hard to deal with what comes out on the news today and if the choice had to be made the political game would be considered over by folks on the liberal side as well as those of us who are ready right now. It’s only the losers that believe implicitly in what the Democrats are saying. Some of their congressmen aren’t toeing the line these days either. And lest I be misunderstood, I have a brother who had a high lottery number and he’s a force to be reckoned with also. Sometimes I use too much humor, my bad.

et sic de similibus!

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  • GrimmyWhere I'm at.

2Hotel9; MikeH:

 

Sorry about that. I didn’t mean to go all preachy. It’s a defensive reaction of mine. I used to get yelled at for being too USMC centric in my world view.

Now I make full effort to be all inclusive whenever US military issues get brought up. That’s about as "multi culti" as I can get though.

Semper Fi! y’all.

Where does the light go, when the light goes out?

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  • Mike H.Spokane, Wa

No problemo,  although if you see me using humor do me a favor and humor me. Normally I’m harmless unless I’m behind a Barrett 99 in .50, in which case even the guys in the shack aren’t safe.

et sic de similibus!

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  • floridasuzieFlorida

If anyone sees "Rescue Dawn", would you let me know if it’s good? It’s supposed to actually be different - the Americans are the good guys! Here’s a trailer for it:

http://www.apple.com/trailers/mgm/rescuedawn/trailer1/

 

Suzie

SuzieC

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  • LéonidasLille

Tiens, amusant le washington post…

Enjoy the Washington post !

ICI/THERE

 

Je saisis cette occasion pour lui déclarer que je suis opposé à la démocratie, par amour pour la liberté.
Gouverneur Morris - Paris, 23 juin 1789

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  • Mike H.Spokane, Wa

Leonidas, thanks for the link but I’ve seen the argument before. MUZZAMIL SIDDIQI states that civilians are not to be targeted but doesn’t define civilian.

During the Israeli - Hizballah war the muslims stated that the civilian populace supported the military and were therefore members of the military themselves. If you read the fatwa the term civilian is nowhere defined regardless of how many times it is used.

Another factor to be taken into consideration is the policy of taqiyya (in Arabic: deception.) That policy is used in conjunction with the ambigous sense of its terms to mask the intent of the fatwa. The Islamic religion has tarried too long in making its announcements of solidarity with the west.

The religion has been defined by the ones who call themselves holy warriors. The fact that they are terrorists has implicated anyone who stood around wishing they would go away while doing nothing.

et sic de similibus!

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  • LéonidasLille

I’m agree with you.

Stupid washington post :)

I really don’t undersantd why "west" is so sympathizing with Islam which is totalitarism of the XXIè century…

Differentiate civilians with "soldiers" oh hezbollah is a pure lie

Europe is not Occient anymore…

Sorry fot my bad english…

 

Je saisis cette occasion pour lui déclarer que je suis opposé à la démocratie, par amour pour la liberté.
Gouverneur Morris - Paris, 23 juin 1789

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  • 2hotel9Western Pennsylvania

Not a prob!  I have always liked Marines, we jump in the shit and they always happy to drag us back out! And their friends with the pretty boats are OK,too.

We had a send off party yesterday for a Marine heading back to Al Anbar(3rd tour), packed him off with an incredible hangover and a belly full of BBQed pork!

And anyone gives you shit about standing tall for the Corps, then apply the immortal advice of MCPO Roy Boehm. Fuck the fucking fuckers.

Una Salus Victus Nullam Sperare Salutem

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  • KLStranger from out there

Not related to this post, but from jihadwatch.com  speaking in relation to the Cold War…"Yes, there was a lot of attempting to win hearts and minds. There was also a lot of clear-eyed confrontation of the Communist ideology. Where is today’s Radio Free Europe, beaming anti-jihadist broadcasts into the Islamic world? Who would dare to establish it?"    RADIO FREE FROGMAN!!!!!   The world needs you!!!  

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  • 2hotel9Western Pennsylvania

I have longly and loudly called for parking two of the strongest communications satellites we possess in geosynch orbits and flood all broadcast bandwidth. TVLand,VH1,WeatherChannel,SpikeTV,CartoonNetework. It would be a slaughter, great and grim.

Una Salus Victus Nullam Sperare Salutem

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  • 2hotel9Western Pennsylvania

And a blast from our future.  news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/6915002.stm Governments, all governments, fear the free and open interaction of individuals. All.

Una Salus Victus Nullam Sperare Salutem

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  • Mike H.Spokane, Wa

Leonidas, don’t worry about the language, we can ask for clarification. I agree with you on the Washington Post. I have no understanding of why they think that way.

et sic de similibus!

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  • Mike H.Spokane, Wa

2Hotel9, I don’t see it as bad as that, even though I think that the government will try.

et sic de similibus!

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  • Star-WolfFrance

Je n’ai pas le niveau requis pour poster en anglais, dommage étant donné que le public local est majoritairement anglophone, mais tant pis.

Je viens de passer une bonne partie de ma nuit à poster des commentaires sur la fiche d’une jeune voilée de 16 ans. J’en ai profité pour étaler une part de mes connaissances aux Français qui postaient dessus. Leur manque de culture et leur dhimmitude est souvent impressionnante. La jeunesse française est véritablement formatée, stupide et inconsciente du risque qui la menace et découvre parfois avec de grands yeux ce que je leur dévoile, comme un scientifique qui viendrait d’obtenir la preuve formelle de l’existence des extraterrestres sans l’avoir vraiment voulu. Mais, le plus souvent, ils se braquent et me traitent de militant du Front National.

Toujours ce même refrain qui revient sans cesse. Par contre, les jeunes d’origine immigrée qui ne se privaient pas pour la soutenir, eux, faisaient clairement l’apologie de leur identité étrangère et musulmane. Ce qui n’a pas choqué grand-monde, c’est bien cela le plus fou. Le pire, dans tout cela, c’est que nombre d’entre eux n’étaient pas en tenue du bled locale, mais sappés à l’occidentale, et ne se privaient pas pour faire l’apologie de la haine de l’Europe, de la France, du blanc et des petites blanches à tourner. C’est le genre de chose pourtant si quotidienne, qui devrait choquer, mais qui suscite de l’indifférence voire de la sympathie à leur égard.

Le mal est étendu lorsqu’il fait partie des propos et des choses de la vie ordinaire. Dès lors, il devient quasiment impossible de l’en déloger.

 

 

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  • Mike H.Spokane, Wa

Star-Wolf, Vous devrez excuser mon français parce que je dois utiliser un traducteur de mechanicle. Je comprends que vous ennui en instruisant les personnes plus jeunes la réponse que je pense doit employer l’expérience qu’elles ont parce qu’elles ne peuvent pas voir ce qu’est votre expérience. Si ce n’est pas clair svp me font savoir et j’essayerai une autre manière de construire mes phrases.

et sic de similibus!

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  • Iwo GinaMaryland

Hotel: Thanks for that link. Reports like this one should scare the living hell out of everyone in the freedom loving world. When freedom of speech is denied, it’s the first step to the loss of all freedoms. I’ll be forwarding that link to everyone on my mailing list.

Iwo Gina :coolsmile:

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  • GrimmyWhere I'm at.

Iwo Gina:

"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure."

 

When it comes to the issue of freedom of speech, that’s why the 2nd Amendment follows the 1st.

Where does the light go, when the light goes out?