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Thread: Nuclear weapons option for Australia




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    if they live near you webby then i'm sure they already know and accept the risks
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    They are canadians. They know whats aboot to happen, eh.

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    oh yeah i forgot he canadian eh. thats ok then, cause all the people near him in canada are mentally incapable of making decisions and knowing anything, so they wont mind if we make their homes glow a bit
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    lol, how long has weeby been back for? Wot a retard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slamo
    lol, how long has weeby been back for? Wot a retard
    I thought you were supposed to be monitoring the perimeter:confused:

    Let's see, from WMD's to Webgraph:D

    Still on topic!

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    Of course, there's no outrage from the US or Britain about Australia contravening non-proliferation treaties.

    Doesn't anyone in the Australian government feel the slightest bit hypocritical condemning North Korea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris
    Doesn't anyone in the Australian government feel the slightest bit hypocritical condemning North Korea?
    nah you don't get it.
    Australian, British and US government develop nukes for their own securiy while all other countries develop them to destroy these three countries...be it North Korea or be it Iraq or be it some other country :rolleyes2
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    All designed for the exact same reason though in the long run - to kill!
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    Quote Originally Posted by asklepios
    nah you don't get it.
    Australian, British and US government develop nukes for their own securiy while all other countries develop them to destroy these three countries...be it North Korea or be it Iraq or be it some other country :rolleyes2
    Oh yeah... that's right! I forgot how all of those countries were full of egomaniacal maniacs who want only to take over the world, and that us civilized western countries aren't.

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    All designed for the exact same reason though in the long run - to kill!
    Things aren't always what they seem. Nuclear subs have and do keep the peace like no other device in the history of the world. And I assure you, you are glad that the US has the most potential in this department.

    Oh yeah... that's right! I forgot how all of those countries were full of egomaniacal maniacs who want only to take over the world, and that us civilized western countries aren't.
    I know you're trying to be funny, however, comparing the government infrastructures of the countries in question is absurd. While politicians as we know them are not always perfect citizens, they are a FAR CRY from the governments of Korea or ex-Iraq.

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