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Sobieski
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09/03/2019 1:01 am  

 

Look at this,  a famous named regiment comes back from a deployment.  There aren't a hundred civilians to welcome them back.  Fuck,  they aren't even carrying their national colors,  where are the flags?  Oh we are libtards and any sign of nationalism is just war mongering.  Why do they even bother if no one gives a fuck?

I grew up in a town of 600 people in the USA.  Every year when our volunteer fire fighters would march in our town festival parade,  everyone would stand.  They would march and carry the national and state colors.    600 people for fire fighters,  Yet the Aussies cant muster 200 people for soldiers who came back for an overseas deployment in a major city like Perth.

 

 

 


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GregBO
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09/03/2019 2:54 am  

Check Jan.  We have reset to a point in time where the average person no longer feels that there is any need for a strong military, law enforcement, fire & rescue, or medical presence within their daily life.

It will take another national or international incident to push the pendulum back towards appreciation for those “servants” of the masses who put their lives at risk for the overall good of the many.

 

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

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GregBO
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09/03/2019 2:59 am  

It’s a contrast between selfish personal interests and the collective community interest that are diametric opposites.  Most people do not have an awareness of the greater community as they are focused upon the immediate environment and their wants & desires.

great post Jan.

 

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

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09/03/2019 3:15 am  

But you should see the thousands who turn out to watch olympic athletes march when they get home. Or a gay pride march or some other shit.

Nobody here gives a fuck about the military except for one day of the year when suddenly everybody cares. Nobody here meets a serviceman and says 'thank you for your service', thats just an American custom.

All we know is, if an  Aussie soldier does die in action it is usually while fighting an American, (or in the past) British war.


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Uly The Cunning
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09/03/2019 10:44 am  

The Australian military is respected by many of us in the United States. 

Their sacrifice and service is recognized by us and we hold tribute to our friends. 

I know quite a few members of the Australian military force and I consider them all among the best men I have met and worked with. My brothers in arms are never forgotten.

"Remember, you're fighting for this woman's honor, which is probably more than she ever did."
Groucho Marx: Duck Soup (1933)


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09/03/2019 11:39 am  

I did once have the pleasure of being a civilian employee inside a special forces commando regiment around the time when we were sending guys to Shitganistan. Of course not all of these guys came home alive. It really did educate me about what it takes to be a soldier especially an elite one and I certainly gained a lot more respect for these men. The fitness, discipline and guts is not something that I have ever been able to achieve.  They were all dead keen for a deployment at the time as the money they get for a deployment in a war zone is quite impressive. A lot of very nice cars in the car park especially after a group of them returned home.

 

 


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Uly The Cunning
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09/03/2019 11:51 am  
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I did once have the pleasure of being a civilian employee inside a special forces commando regiment around the time when we were sending guys to Shitganistan. Of course not all of these guys came home alive. It really did educate me about what it takes to be a soldier especially an elite one and I certainly gained a lot more respect for these men. The fitness, discipline and guts is not something that I have ever been able to achieve.  They were all dead keen for a deployment at the time as the money they get for a deployment in a war zone is quite impressive. A lot of very nice cars in the car park especially after a group of them returned home.

 

 

No amount of money can truly compensate for what these men have gone through, in my opinion. I know some who may have survived physically, but inside they will never be the same. The brutality of a real war is nothing that these idiotic liberals nor feminist could ever understand until it is upon them. These liberals and feminist are welcoming the enemy through the front door, while pushing those who protected them from the enemies out the back door. 

"Remember, you're fighting for this woman's honor, which is probably more than she ever did."
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09/03/2019 3:08 pm  
Posted by: Uly The Cunning
Posted by: Aussie

I did once have the pleasure of being a civilian employee inside a special forces commando regiment around the time when we were sending guys to Shitganistan. Of course not all of these guys came home alive. It really did educate me about what it takes to be a soldier especially an elite one and I certainly gained a lot more respect for these men. The fitness, discipline and guts is not something that I have ever been able to achieve.  They were all dead keen for a deployment at the time as the money they get for a deployment in a war zone is quite impressive. A lot of very nice cars in the car park especially after a group of them returned home.

 

 

No amount of money can truly compensate for what these men have gone through, in my opinion. I know some who may have survived physically, but inside they will never be the same. The brutality of a real war is nothing that these idiotic liberals nor feminist could ever understand until it is upon them. These liberals and feminist are welcoming the enemy through the front door, while pushing those who protected them from the enemies out the back door. 

that last sentence ...

that sums it up.

"These liberals and feminist are welcoming the enemy through the front door, while pushing those who protected them from the enemies out the back door."

i want this on billboards across the nation.

i want this to be a rally cry for a leader who won't betray us.

i want every person in the world to understand that statement.

 

 

men, we are on our own. the best you can hope for is good company along the way. the good company is here.


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The Evil Genius
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09/03/2019 5:29 pm  

Well Jan fortunately I'm an Evil Genius and I can explain these things. The Black Watch was returning from a deployment where they were fighting Islamists, and few showed up to welcome them back. AH HA!  Due to Australia's open immigration policy the city of Perth is FILLED with exactly the same type of Islamists the Black Watch just go through shooting up so OF COURSE the Islamists are not going to line the streets and cheer their return. See its easy to understand. 

Of course the good news is that if the Black Watch wants to fight hordes of screaming Islamists they NO LONG have to travel to a foreign country to do it! They can stay home and do it! 


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uoSʎWodɹɐH
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10/03/2019 3:43 pm  

These liberals and feminist are the domestic enemies.  Treasonous traitors they are.

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GregBO
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03/02/2020 9:38 pm  
Posted by: @ulynecro

The Australian military is respected by many of us in the United States. 

Their sacrifice and service is recognized by us and we hold tribute to our friends. 

I know quite a few members of the Australian military force and I consider them all among the best men I have met and worked with. My brothers in arms are never forgotten.

Check Uly,  I also had the pleasure and honor of serving with both Australian Army and Australian Defence Force personnel both in the U.S. and during deployment.  Fine solider's who always put the mission first.

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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