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    Kill or be killed....there is no other choice

    During WWII, the United States needed to convince Americans, who by upbringing believed in fair play and good conduct, to realize that the enemy they were facing were brutal thugs who respected no such barriers.

    This video did a good job helping recruits understand that in war there is only:

    KILL OR BE KILLED.

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  3. This is s great Video, but as stated Americans have become to caring we would rather talk through a situation in hopes that a peaceful solution will arise grin conversation. I agree with Amsdorf it's Dog, eat Dog. Kill, or be Killed.Shoot first, asked Questions later.

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    "Toss in a grenade and let 'em divide it!" Haha gotta love that! It's a shame kids aren't shown these same type videos today. If nothing else they're entertaining as hell!

  5. kids see far worse, every day, with these video games. Why do you think it's a great idea to prepare more of them for killing people, just because the gov't says it's ok(ie, "war")?

  6. Quote Originally Posted by yuppor View Post
    kids see far worse, every day, with these video games. Why do you think it's a great idea to prepare more of them for killing people, just because the gov't says it's ok(ie, "war")?
    Wow, apparently I missed "National Take-Everything-Way-Too-Serious Day". Maybe I'll catch it next year.

  7. or not, most likely

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    yuppor... I have read most of your 30 or so posts on here, and I am not very impressed with your attitude or stance on most subjects.... not that my opinion matters any, but it looks to me that you only post to incite arguments, not support rights. hence you remind me of a troll... that MAY not be your intention, but you come across that way.

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    Kill or be killed....there is no other choice

    Great video. One of the primary rules of self-defense: When you absolutely have to win, always cheat.

    Reminds me of one of my buddies. He was kicking doors in Fallujah in '04. On patrol one day his Plt. Sgt. asked for one of his grenades. He told him he was out. The SSgt. proceeded to rip into him screaming about "how the hell could you be out of grenades already?." Their LT heard the commotion, came over and asked what was going on. The SSgt. demanded he tell the LT how he had wasted all of his grenades by 0900. He said, "Our ROE's say kill everything. Why the hell would I going running through a door towards the motherf*ckr with an RPK set up, when I can just toss a frag in and walk away?" The LT turned to SSgt. and said "Tomorrow, he gets ALL of the grenades."

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    jcreek: great story.
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    If you cannot live by that code when you are CC, you have no business owning a firearm or even being CC. Ruthless cheating and anything to stay alive is the name of the game. Hesitate and your firearm will end up killing you when it is in someone else's hands. Before I purchased, I really looked in a mirror at myself and was 100% convinced that I will do anything to defend myself and my family--THEN I purchased. My only concerns during home defense, as I have said before, is replacement of a door jamb and replacement of carpet in my bedroom, where I intend to stay and defend--I will not go out of locked bedroom to confront anyone--everything is replaceable and insured---I am insured but not replaceable. Only my wife and I so decision not to look further than my bedroom is easy decision--you have children etal it is a different and more difficult scenario.

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