SLRboy and the usual crap

#1
tomahawk6 said:
Heavy fighting is ongoing near Najaf. Over 250 bad guys have been killed in the fighting that continues into the night. A chopper supporting US/Iraqi troops is down in the area.
If you really are a retired American officer, would it be to much to ask you to stop using that idiotic and infantile term -'Bad Guys'.
What is being played out there is not a game of Cow Boys & Indians.
 
#2
SLRboy said:
tomahawk6 said:
Heavy fighting is ongoing near Najaf. Over 250 bad guys have been killed in the fighting that continues into the night. A chopper supporting US/Iraqi troops is down in the area.
If you really are a retired American officer, would it be to much to ask you to stop using that idiotic and infantile term -'Bad Guys'.
What is being played out there is not a game of Cow Boys & Indians.
Quite right.

Call them what they are - murdering bastards
 
#3
SLRboy said:
tomahawk6 said:
Heavy fighting is ongoing near Najaf. Over 250 bad guys have been killed in the fighting that continues into the night. A chopper supporting US/Iraqi troops is down in the area.
If you really are a retired American officer, would it be to much to ask you to stop using that idiotic and infantile term -'Bad Guys'.
What is being played out there is not a game of Cow Boys & Indians.
Quiet correct.....

Murdering cunts is a much better term.
 
#4
tomahawk6 said:
I was just trying not to offend Brit sensibilities. I know I should probably refer to them as freedom fighters.
Were they Al Qaeda?
Were they Sunni secular nationalists?
Were they anti Shia Sunni?
Were they just Shia?
Were they anti Sunni Shia?
Were they anti American shia?
Were they anti American & anti Sunni?
Or were they merely some of the majority of Iraqis who would like the Americans to f'uck off?
 
#5
tomahawk6 said:
I was just trying not to offend Brit sensibilities. I know I should probably refer to them as freedom fighters.
Refer to them as fvcking insurgents or disaffected locals. A freedom fighter is, as the name implies is someone who fights for freedom, as such it can not be applied to these fvckers because they have freedom -- they are no longer oppressed and just blow themselves up for religious bollox.
 
#6
SLRboy said:
tomahawk6 said:
I was just trying not to offend Brit sensibilities. I know I should probably refer to them as freedom fighters.
Were they Al Qaeda?
Were they Sunni secular nationalists?
Were they anti Shia Sunni?
Were they just Shia?
Were they anti Sunni Shia?
Were they anti American shia?
Were they anti American & anti Sunni?
Or were they merely some of the majority of Iraqis who would like the Americans to f'uck off?
Go on - take a wild guess
 
#7
SLRboy said:
tomahawk6 said:
I was just trying not to offend Brit sensibilities. I know I should probably refer to them as freedom fighters.
Were they Al Qaeda?
Were they Sunni secular nationalists?
Were they anti Shia Sunni?
Were they just Shia?
Were they anti Sunni Shia?
Were they anti American shia?
Were they anti American & anti Sunni?
Or were they merely some of the majority of Iraqis who would like the Americans to f'uck off?
Call them what you like. Theres 250 less of them to worry about.
Cnut
 
#8
Were they SLRs family?
Were they SLR secular nationalists?
Were they anti SLR Sunni?
Were they just SLR?
were they SLRs friends
Were they anti Sunni SLRs?
Were they anti SLR shia?
Were they anti SLR & anti SLR?
Or were they merely some of the majority of Iraqis who would like SLR to f'uck off?
 
#9
Yes but before we get on our self righteous high horses gentlemen I noticed from the Sky link another story about fierce fighting between Hamas and Fatah in Gaza.
Seems us from the west are good at fomenting civil wars amongst the arabs.
Anyone care to brief me as to what the political/military objectives of that exercise could possibly achieve - for us?
 
#10
SLRboy said:
Yes but before we get on our self righteous high horses gentlemen I noticed from the Sky link another story about fierce fighting between Hamas and Fatah in Gaza.
Seems us from the west are good at fomenting civil wars amongst the arabs.
Anyone care to brief me as to what the political/military objectives of that exercise could possibly achieve - for us?
Its going to be less of the cunts to worry about either way. At least if they're killing each other then:

a) They arn't trying to kill us.
b) They're saving us a job.
 
#11
drain_sniffer said:
SLRboy said:
tomahawk6 said:
I was just trying not to offend Brit sensibilities. I know I should probably refer to them as freedom fighters.
Were they Al Qaeda?
Were they Sunni secular nationalists?
Were they anti Shia Sunni?
Were they just Shia?
Were they anti Sunni Shia?
Were they anti American shia?
Were they anti American & anti Sunni?
Or were they merely some of the majority of Iraqis who would like the Americans to f'uck off?
Call them what you like. Theres 250 less of them to worry about.
Cnut
Well good for you drainsniffer - you have only another 25 million or so of the c'nuts to kill and we should have a nice clean arab free desert to play with.
So wont keep you any longer - you better get out there you have a lot of killing to do.

How does it go?
So many Arabs to kill.
So little time.
 
#13
Sven said:
SLRboy said:
tomahawk6 said:
Heavy fighting is ongoing near Najaf. Over 250 bad guys have been killed in the fighting that continues into the night. A chopper supporting US/Iraqi troops is down in the area.
If you really are a retired American officer, would it be to much to ask you to stop using that idiotic and infantile term -'Bad Guys'.
What is being played out there is not a game of Cow Boys & Indians.
Quite right.

Call them what they are - murdering bastards
We used to call them "Chaps"
 
#14
computer didn't lodge post properly
 
#15
SLRboy said:
Praetorian said:
Have you served? Ever?
Oh yes my friend - and when I was in I started studying war, a practice I continue to do to this day.
Because of that I can look at an enemy in a wider context rather than see him merely like a bloke down the pub who looked at my missus the wrong way.
Tell me SLRboy, do You have sympathy with the Irish terrorist struggle?
 
#16
Dear Boggy wrote,

"We used to call them "Chaps".

Exactly my point. They should be viewed dispassionately as possible as one's adversary. Not petulantly as so often expressed here. Its unprofessional and emotional and can dangerously cloud one's judgement.
 
#17
scarletto said:
Were they SLRs family?
Were they SLR secular nationalists?
Were they anti SLR Sunni?
Were they just SLR?
were they SLRs friends
Were they anti Sunni SLRs?
Were they anti SLR shia?
Were they anti SLR & anti SLR?
Or were they merely some of the majority of Iraqis who would like SLR to f'uck off?
can't be number 5, he's not got any :meditate:
 
#18
Very amusing Daz, very amusing.
Seriously...Bravo.
 
#19
SLRboy said:
very amusing Daz, very amusing.
i thought so as well :yawnstretch: mind you, seeing as your reguarded as a joke........................................................... well, you can work the rest out.
 
#20
SLRboy said:
Praetorian said:
Have you served? Ever?
Oh yes my friend - and when I was in I started studying war, a practice I continue to do to this day.
Because of that I can look at an enemy in a wider context rather than see him merely like a bloke down the pub who looked at my missus the wrong way.
Ah, I see, so you're implying that i'm an idiotic muppet who fights down the pub because people look at my missus?

Condescending cunt.
 

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