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Boots
 
November 27th, 2014  
tetvet
 
The U.S. long before now has found Europe to be tiresome and a burden not one among them can hold their own against Russia which is the current threat .
November 27th, 2014  
Kesse81
 
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Originally Posted by tetvet
The U.S. long before now has found Europe to be tiresome and a burden not one among them can hold their own against Russia which is the current threat .
Russia is a paper tiger, they pretend to be something which has long gone.

And of course you are an expert in European NATO countries' military capabilities.

Do you know at all what role a country like mine played during the Cold War?
November 27th, 2014  
tetvet
 
What kind of Country would allow one person to go around and kill 94 of its citizens in one afternoon a few years back ? this is not a Country I'd want to depend on . Great Britain is no longer a player and Germany on the continent is the only power to be reckoned with so much for NATO .
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November 27th, 2014  
I3BrigPvSk
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by tetvet
What kind of Country would allow one person to go around and kill 94 of its citizens in one afternoon a few years back ? this is not a Country I'd want to depend on . Great Britain is no longer a player and Germany on the continent is the only power to be reckoned with so much for NATO .
What about Sandy Hook, Virginia tech, The movie theater in Colorado, and Columbine? You are residing in a country allowing these events. Germany is financially the most important country in Europe, Germany is the economic engine of the European Union. Militarily they are weaker than GB and France, but that has more to do with the German constitution.
November 27th, 2014  
MontyB
 
 
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Originally Posted by tetvet
What kind of Country would allow one person to go around and kill 94 of its citizens in one afternoon a few years back ? this is not a Country I'd want to depend on . Great Britain is no longer a player and Germany on the continent is the only power to be reckoned with so much for NATO .
I am not sure that a nation which has a mass shooting on average once every 5 days should be commenting on that one.

Not to mention the 94 deaths were Norwegian and the man you are arguing with is Danish however I did say not to mention that, but maybe Redleg would who knows how he feels about cheap and misdirected shots at his country.

As for the rest who exactly is the enemy of Europe they need to defend themselves from?

Terrorism perhaps, you really don't need much of an army to fight terrorism in your own country, an effective police force and political stability generally works wonders. Maybe the Russians given that the state of the Russian military is such that I doubt it could reach Poland without falling apart I really don't see them as the threat the world once did.

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Originally Posted by Army0413
New Zeeland and Australia is two big from USA. Populare countries from all in USA.

MontyB is not strange.
I would like to point that I agree entirely I am not strange however just about everyone else I know disagrees.


However he is correct in saying that our distance from the USA makes us a little bit more impartial as we have to get on with pretty much everyone (except Australia).
November 27th, 2014  
tetvet
 
In this Great Country most people have the means and or the ability to defend them self 300 million people 100 million privately owned guns Sandy Hook the movie theater in CO don't make a fair comparison to how many bad guys bit the dust shot by private citizens .
November 27th, 2014  
I3BrigPvSk
 
 
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Originally Posted by tetvet
In this Great Country most people have the means and or the ability to defend them self 300 million people 100 million privately owned guns Sandy Hook the movie theater in CO don't make a fair comparison to how many bad guys bit the dust shot by private citizens .
Explain the much higher rate of firearm related homicides in the US than in Europe, Australia, NZ, and other democratic countries. So
we cannot compare the mass shootings in the US with the one in Norway? That doesn't hold water.
November 28th, 2014  
tetvet
 
I would think much would have to do with mindset in America and the Gun in Scandinavia only the bad guys have the guns while the Citizens in Scandinavia are less likely to get shot but if they do they have no recourse to fight back with .
November 28th, 2014  
Remington 1858
 
 
A Dane who trusts the Germans! Interesting.
November 28th, 2014  
tetvet
 
Merkel is not only ugly she's ruthless , Dane's beware .
 


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