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Re: Viva La France

Post by mistah willies » Fri Nov 20, 2015 3:51 pm

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Mr Boozificator wrote: All of our politicians are starting to regret having gradually downsized our army for the last thirty years. Jackasses.
If they didn`t, that would`ve helped doing what exactly?
Hmmm. Truly, not entirely certain here. But now that Daesh has made France angry, I think that there would be more sorties.

France has been called to make war upon the most evil thing that was ever created. Daesh, otherwise known as The Shit Under The Sandle is trying to make a third world war.

But, it's not a world war three, if it's all of us against a bunch of suicidal assholes.

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Re: Viva La France

Post by Mr Boozificator » Fri Nov 20, 2015 3:54 pm

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Mr Boozificator wrote: All of our politicians are starting to regret having gradually downsized our army for the last thirty years. Jackasses.
If they didn`t, that would`ve helped doing what exactly?
Two things: better surveillance of the main land and the organization of a tailored task force to deal with the enemy strongholds overseas.
One of the most commonly spread mistakes is that terrorism is unavoidable and can not be fought with conventional armies. I guess they were very good at convincing people of that. Over 60 years of lessons learnt tell us the exact opposite though.
If you are interested into the facts and figures, just pm me, no need to bore the board with that.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by Mr. Viking » Fri Nov 20, 2015 5:54 pm

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Mr Boozificator wrote: All of our politicians are starting to regret having gradually downsized our army for the last thirty years. Jackasses.
If they didn`t, that would`ve helped doing what exactly?
Hopefully surveillance. Not sure if that is a military or a police responsibility though. Probably both
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Re: Viva La France

Post by Lush City » Sat Nov 21, 2015 1:12 am

I'm really sorry for what happened, but when you leave your borders wide open you invite this type of event. I'm also sorry that all of France is imprisoned by the ideology of political correctness which is nothing but a Marxist ploy. The result is there is defenseless nations with people who have learned helplessness making them prime fodder for continued dictatorship. Hollande like Merkel and Obama are avowed Marxists. There will be more events such as this even in the US until the time people wake up.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by oettinger » Sat Nov 21, 2015 9:01 am

If there`s one thing Adolf Merkel is not it`s marxist. But she is evil never the less. I`m just glad it didn`t breed.
The thing about the borders though, the task is to not let the young muslims who are already here become straight facist terrorists.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by TheDrunkardAnglo » Sat Nov 21, 2015 9:09 am

I don't like Marxism but I think I should defend Karl himself. Marx and Engels if alive today would have been members of this forum. They were proper drunks.

It's very well reported. The book 'Marx's General: The Revolutionary Life of Friedrich Engels' is great for hearing about some of their drinking stories.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by Mr Boozificator » Sat Nov 21, 2015 9:24 am

Lush City wrote:I'm really sorry for what happened, but when you leave your borders wide open you invite this type of event. I'm also sorry that all of France is imprisoned by the ideology of political correctness which is nothing but a Marxist ploy. The result is there is defenseless nations with people who have learned helplessness making them prime fodder for continued dictatorship. Hollande like Merkel and Obama are avowed Marxists. There will be more events such as this even in the US until the time people wake up.
Please open a thread in the politics forum, that is the place for that.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by Lush City » Sat Nov 21, 2015 10:14 pm

Mr Boozificator wrote:
Lush City wrote:I'm really sorry for what happened, but when you leave your borders wide open you invite this type of event. I'm also sorry that all of France is imprisoned by the ideology of political correctness which is nothing but a Marxist ploy. The result is there is defenseless nations with people who have learned helplessness making them prime fodder for continued dictatorship. Hollande like Merkel and Obama are avowed Marxists. There will be more events such as this even in the US until the time people wake up.
Please open a thread in the politics forum, that is the place for that.
Edit: people who come to the Pub for a quite drink and nice conversation shouldn't have to hear about politics if they don't want to.
I think we should move this thread out of the pub area to the politics forum since it's such a hot topic. Just my thought.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by Patchez » Sat Nov 21, 2015 10:19 pm

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I heard these guys are pretty good in the desert. Cut them loose in Syria and Iraq.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by GraveyardShiftChuck » Mon Apr 18, 2016 8:35 pm

I've just read that half the French army are patrolling French streets. Have they called you for patrol duty yet, Mr Boozifacator?
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Re: Viva La France

Post by Mr Boozificator » Tue Apr 19, 2016 7:27 pm

Patchez wrote:Image

I heard these guys are pretty good in the desert. Cut them loose in Syria and Iraq.
Funny, I used to be one of these guys.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by Mr Boozificator » Tue Apr 19, 2016 7:32 pm

GraveyardShiftChuck wrote:I've just read that half the French army are patrolling French streets. Have they called you for patrol duty yet, Mr Boozifacator?
Fortunately is much less than a half.
Right now I am on an other mission and fighting the war against those goat fuckers from an other angle, but I wouldn't be patrolling with the boys any more: we call that stage the "menopause of the officer". It's a bit sad somehow.
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Re: Viva La France

Post by Patchez » Sat Apr 30, 2016 12:14 am

Mr Boozificator wrote:
Patchez wrote:Image

I heard these guys are pretty good in the desert. Cut them loose in Syria and Iraq.
Funny, I used to be one of these guys.
Then you Sir are more a Beast than first imagined!

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Re: Viva La France

Post by DivaBitch » Tue Sep 27, 2016 8:22 am

i came here a littlel late but heres vid abuot paris came out a few days ago

https://youtu.be/lEndx2LG5aM
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