Were American soldiers authorized to perform rap*es?

Posted by: shalal12

10,000 girls and women were raped by American soldiers in Vietnam! Why?! Many people are concerned that USA politicians had asked army soldiers to perform such barbaric actions!

  • Yes!

  • No!

12% 1 votes
88% 7 votes
  • It was a secret deal between the U.S. and Vietnam. You see, Vietnam had a population problem, similar to what Japan's experiencing. All that death and suffering -- dummies and crisis actors. Yup, they tricked us all. If you ask me, I wouldn't be surprised if the U.S. went to 'war' with Japan. But in all seriousness, what motive would there be?

    Posted by: reece
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lightseeker says2016-08-21T12:41:51.9020129Z
Well, no one has the authority to give such orders. So even if those politicians authorized it, those soldiers didn't have any right to do it. Worse than that, was the murder of more than 500,000 Iraqi children by US, during 8 years of sanctions imposed upon Iraq by US and it's allies. They used Uranium rounds in deserts of Iraq, and the leftover of those rounds, made the sand radioactive, and sandstorms blew those sands into cities. This caused massive upsurge of rare and unseen deceases. Add this to medication sanction imposed upon Iraq by US, and the result would be the death of more than half a million children during eight years.
reece says2016-08-21T13:52:55.4484026Z
@Throwback Don't be an asshole. Would you call what lightseeker said as Islamic bull crap?
Throwback says2016-08-21T13:59:29.1452225Z
Yes
reece says2016-08-21T14:04:04.0304597Z
Would you say I'm spouting out atheist bull crap?
reece says2016-08-21T14:07:18.0045899Z
@Throwback I don't think you fully understand the implications of what you're saying.
lightseeker says2016-08-21T14:22:28.9896676Z
Guys, give it a rest, throwback is just a lying fool (no offense, since it's actually true), and his words don't carry much weight. And what I said, was historical and provable data, nothing Islamic about it. The murder of children, by any Ideology or social standard, is barbarism.
reece says2016-08-21T14:51:52.5512225Z
@lightseeker I know what you said is historically accurate. I was just pointing out his discrimination. That was my goal.
triangle.128k says2016-08-21T17:56:02.9430078Z
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lightseeker says2016-08-21T20:09:57.7294100Z
You must be kidding. The country that has the highest number of rapes, drug use, abortion, prisoners, crimes, homicides, porn creation, theft, ... The country which has used nuclear bombs and napalm bombs and chemical, cluster, ... And pretty much any other weapon which it's usage is banned ... A country that has supported totalitarian regimes "https://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/List_of_authoritarian_regimes_supported_by_the_United_States"... A country that supports Zionist regime and Saudi system ... Is shown to have a high human right, and Iran, which has done none of that, and is actually helping the oppressed people of Lebanon and Syria and Yemen, is shown to have bad human right?! It's actually understandable. When your so called humanitarian west gives noble prize of peace to a person like Kissinger and appoints Saudi Arabia which is killing children in Yemen, and cutting people's heads on the streets simply for talking, as UN's head of human rights panel, I guess it'd select US as a country with good human rights, and Iran, as a bad one. Way to go...
Throwback says2016-08-21T20:19:42.9642014Z
Iran, the shining city on the hill, the beacon of liberty. That's some funny Islamic bullcrap, no matter who you are!
lightseeker says2016-08-21T20:41:16.3175360Z
Those are actually historical data. Nothing Islamic about it.
reece says2016-08-21T20:54:49.6329056Z
@lightseeker No, now you're just being fallacies.
reece says2016-08-21T20:56:20.2226863Z
The same as these other two.
karlmarx59 says2016-08-21T22:43:59.5031330Z
No that is a crime against humanity. Once again I thought America was the moral compass of the world. You talk about being Christians and the like, but then you want to rape women? NO IT IS MORALLY wrong in every country in the world. And being a rape survivor I find this question particularly vulgar.
reece says2016-08-22T10:28:24.2308570Z
Fallacious* @triangle.128k Marxian economics is the improvement of capitalism. Karl Marx loved capitalism. He write about how much he loved the good parts. He just wanted to get rid of all the horribly components. That's what economies are supposed to do -- build upon themselves.
reece says2016-08-22T10:31:16.7389744Z
Wrote*
Throwback says2016-08-22T11:46:03.0077724Z
There's a distortion I've not heard before. Karl Marx, capitalist. I guess he was the champion of freedom while we're at it.
reece says2016-08-22T12:51:03.2042830Z
@Throwback Hope this enlightens you -- http://knowledgenuts.com/2014/04/29/why-karl-marx-actually-loved-capitalism/
reece says2016-08-22T13:04:57.5395276Z
@Throwback In away, he was for more freedom.
triangle.128k says2016-08-22T14:30:29.1802111Z
@reece Karl Marx's theory was that Capitalism would build up economies, but then once the economy is high enough, it can start shrinking the economy with Socialism and then Communism.
reece says2016-08-22T14:41:21.0231463Z
@triangle.128k Where did you get that from?
Throwback says2016-08-22T14:51:07.6669391Z
@reece: lol...Karl Marx, capitalist, freedom fighter, knight of liberty, protector of the nobility of the individual. You really are as big a liar as lightseeker.
reece says2016-08-22T15:09:09.6624349Z
@Throwback He wasn't a capitalist. He was a critic. He loved capitalism in the sense that it's a better economic model than any which came before. He just thought we could do better.
reece says2016-08-22T15:10:00.2074069Z
You do relies what you're spouting out is induced by propaganda.
Throwback says2016-08-22T15:11:37.4852225Z
OK
reece says2016-08-22T15:15:45.4888468Z
@Throwback He didn't write any books about communism. Although he did write books about capitalism.
Throwback says2016-08-22T15:25:52.7929255Z
OK
Throwback says2016-08-22T15:31:44.3300857Z
@reece: "reece saysAugust 22 2016 10:15 AM Report Post @Throwback He didn't write any books about communism. Although he did write books about capitalism." I have nothing to say to you any longer. Now you even claim the author of "The Communist Manifesto" didn't write about communism. His writing is responsible for generating horrific, inhuman tyrannical regimes, and million dying or suffering under his principles. I have nothing more to say to one who denies the undeniable.
reece says2016-08-22T15:40:03.6956887Z
@Throwback Just because it has the word 'communist' in the title, doesn't necessarily make it about communism. It presents an analytical approach to the class struggle (historical and then-present) and the problems of capitalism and the capitalist mode of production, rather than a prediction of communism's potential future forms.
Throwback says2016-08-22T15:41:43.4596072Z
I stuttered when I typed.
reece says2016-08-22T15:53:44.9422816Z
@Throwback Can you do some proper research? You're giving me a headache.

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