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    puppy0156
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    A intresting Conversation.

    Post  puppy0156 on Tue Aug 16, 2011 7:01 pm

    So, me and shisno got into a quite intresting conversation about his career, what hes gonna be and all that, then we darted immediatly about him joining the U.S. army, and what'd be like, then he told me to join the ireland army, asking if there at war, i said, not yet, but maybe, due to the threat about Gadaffi (However you say his name,) invading Europe, or AKA the UK, started reading up on the news channel thats in the UK, and sure enough, its true, thoughts and opinions are welcome, do you think hes going to invade europe, will NATO do something about it for real? Post here.

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    Re: A intresting Conversation.

    Post  Mush on Tue Aug 16, 2011 9:12 pm

    I don't think he'll invade Europe and I think the rebels are closer than ever before to victory in Libya. But we'll have to see.
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    Post  Xellos the old on Tue Aug 16, 2011 9:17 pm

    Nato bombed the living shit out of them at least loyalist forces the last time I heared from the place.He can't and won't invade Europe. Its a too weak small country however I look at it. Its being rebel torn and weak.

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    Post  Mush on Tue Aug 16, 2011 10:47 pm

    Yeah it's definetly not possible for them to attack another country and probably to even leave the country, with the rebels only kilometers away from the capital or wherever it was where Gadaffi and his ulehs are holding off.
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    Post  Plane Otto on Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:57 am

    I keep worrying that all these countries that are going rebel have the same leader starting everything, and when all these countries are "free" they will start to invade europe and other countries..

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    Post  Mush on Wed Aug 17, 2011 4:02 am

    Why and how would they do that?
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    Post  ecstasy on Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:40 am

    Gadaffi is still a problem?
    Shows how much I pay attention to the news.
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    Post  Plane Otto on Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:51 am

    Hipster wrote:Gadaffi is still a problem?
    Shows how much I pay attention to the news.
    Examples of things that have been forgotten, not getting attention on media. Yet, it is still a hell there:
    Japan, Libya, and all those other countries.

    I've watched news alot and it's barely even on CNN.


    Why and how would they do that?
    1. They have assloads of experienced fighters
    2. When the countries are "freed", they have alot of supplies to use
    3. They would do it because some nuthead got control or something. Or it was an organistation starting the riot, who tells them to keep on fighting.
    4. Nothing happens, and I can go to Libya and take Urbex photos.
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    Post  puppy0156 on Fri Aug 19, 2011 10:06 am

    NATO better pull their head straight i hope, because the airstrikes DO work, but its not like were hitting JUST his officers, i think we should atleast send in something, though i think they have their policy of not "going" into countries, boots on the ground, but yet their doing airstrikes, its always seemed to confuse me.
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    Re: A intresting Conversation.

    Post  Milkdairy on Fri Aug 19, 2011 10:12 am

    It's Highly unlikely.

    He doesn't even have a leg to stand on.

    Europe is FAR MORE Powerful, And Definitely the UK If you want to get Specific.

    Taking the fight to Europe would be Waging war if I am not mistaken, And when One Side wages it, The Diplomacy/Reasoning Line is broken for the other side, And It's Shoot to kill.

    And There will without a doubt be NATO Soldiers fighting alongside the Local Militaries.
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    Re: A intresting Conversation.

    Post  ecstasy on Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:54 pm

    Somebody should turn off friendly fire.

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    Re: A intresting Conversation.

    Post  Mush on Sat Aug 20, 2011 10:21 pm

    So apparently Gadaffi has fled the country, and rebels are about to/in the process of hitting the capital right now. They control nearly all of the cities and towns around the capital, and there's also an uprising going on from the inside of the capital, too, so it looks like the rebels are going to win. Very Happy

    As for what happens after, the rebels are trying hard to create a democracy and they wouldn't be prepared to do any invading of countries at all I'm sure, so you can stop being worried about that?? I don't even know how you could think they'd just invade Europe afterwards lol.
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    Re: A intresting Conversation.

    Post  τΐgσ on Sun Aug 21, 2011 9:47 am

    Mush wrote:So apparently Gadaffi has fled the country, and rebels are about to/in the process of hitting the capital right now. They control nearly all of the cities and towns around the capital, and there's also an uprising going on from the inside of the capital, too, so it looks like the rebels are going to win. Very Happy

    As for what happens after, the rebels are trying hard to create a democracy and they wouldn't be prepared to do any invading of countries at all I'm sure, so you can stop being worried about that?? I don't even know how you could think they'd just invade Europe afterwards lol.



    That^. They're most likely going to try to get some order going, form a democracy, elections, etc. I highly doubt that, at the risk of their own people which they were just fighting for, they would invade a country immediatey after. How invading Europe got into this, I'll never know.

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