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Fear Not, There is Hope

aerohead
post Mar 3 2011, 02:34 AM
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Link----->Military and Police who understand their Oath and their Duty




Gaddafi Duck




Just like all Tyrants,
he is a paper tiger, without the support of the Military and Police.
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post Mar 3 2011, 06:57 AM
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Nice article. It's interesting to contemplate the extent to which US military personnel may have pondered their own allegiances, as a result of what's happening in the middle east.

"Do I follow orders, or my conscience?"

After all, it's only a matter of time before the western world gets sucked into the vortex.

It also raises another question which has been playing on my mind.

How the FUCK do you spell Gaddafi? (sp)

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post Mar 3 2011, 07:57 AM
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QUOTE (mrmitosis @ Mar 1 2011, 09:57 AM) *
How the FUCK do you spell Gaddafi? (sp)

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Answer:

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post Mar 3 2011, 08:04 AM
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QUOTE (aerohead @ Mar 1 2011, 05:34 AM) *
Just like all Tyrants,
he is a paper tiger, without the support of the Military and Police.

Somewhat OT but to do with a comment made on zerozero's thread I found this for you so as to provide a more acurate picture of MB ejection seats. The video sequences are well worth watching and note the time counter at upper left during the sequence. Note also the movements of the head as the seat fires - thereby hangs a tale of potential injury. Rocket seats I knew on the F4K (the first of which had Mk5s later swapped out for rocket 7As) had one less secondary cartridge in the main gun:

Martin Baker


Placed here because I didn't want that 0-0 thread gathering any more traction.
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post Mar 3 2011, 01:22 PM
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QUOTE (aerohead @ Mar 1 2011, 05:34 AM) *
Link----->Military and Police who understand their Oath and their Duty




Gaddafi Duck




Just like all Tyrants,
he is a paper tiger, without the support of the Military and Police.

After a hard night of FULL SPEED AHEAD, I have felt like Commandant G looks...wasted! (gotta git me some cool little chapeaus like him, too)
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post Mar 4 2011, 02:39 AM
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QUOTE (mrmitosis @ Mar 3 2011, 05:57 AM) *
Nice article. It's interesting to contemplate the extent to which US military personnel may have pondered their own allegiances, as a result of what's happening in the middle east.

"Do I follow orders, or my conscience?"

After all, it's only a matter of time before the western world gets sucked into the vortex.

Yes i agree, and it should not be in question what they should
follow. The Constitution and your conscience are always a good bet.


It also raises another question which has been playing on my mind.

How the FUCK do you spell Gaddafi? (sp)

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HAHA i spell it F-A-I-L


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post Mar 4 2011, 02:50 AM
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QUOTE (Omega892R09 @ Mar 3 2011, 07:04 AM) *
Somewhat OT but to do with a comment made on zerozero's thread I found this for you so as to provide a more acurate picture of MB ejection seats. The video sequences are well worth watching and note the time counter at upper left during the sequence. Note also the movements of the head as the seat fires - thereby hangs a tale of potential injury. Rocket seats I knew on the F4K (the first of which had Mk5s later swapped out for rocket 7As) had one less secondary cartridge in the main gun:

Martin Baker


Placed here because I didn't want that 0-0 thread gathering any more traction.



Yes Martin Bakers are very good seats and as i stated before, they were
the best at the time for the F-4's that i worked on. ('69 models) But the
that saying i posted was from the battle hardened flight crews i worked
with, not me. Im sorry if that offended you, but the old seats were very violent
ejection seats from what i was told, more like being shot from a gun than
ejected from and aircraft, and they also told us that spine compression was
a problem back then. But atleast you had a great chance of staying alive to
tell the tale, and they should be commended for that. They were pioneers
in the Egress industry imo.
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post Mar 4 2011, 02:57 AM
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QUOTE (BarryWilliamsmb @ Mar 3 2011, 12:22 PM)
After a hard night of FULL SPEED AHEAD, I have felt like Commandant G looks...wasted! (gotta git me some cool little chapeaus like him, too)



HAHA !
Ya he looks like he was rode hard and put away wet after being whipped
for eating dog crap.

Felt that way myself on occasion, and i swear ill never drink again if
i could just feel better...... Dear God.....

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post Mar 4 2011, 04:44 AM
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Qaddafi with a 'Q'.

And YES, there is hope. Very much so. The elite, in their major push to screw up the world so they can get close to their one-world-government model, have experienced several defeats lately. Cap-n-trade being a big one ... little did they know that the earth would start cooling (brrrrr) and make them and their climate-change lackeys out to be idiots.

But more than even that, in terms of the big picture, the internet is allowing people to share knowledge and bone-up on who they are and what they're doing. That is changing things in a big way ... we, the people, the peons, just have some catching up to do (the elite b@stards have been at this for centuries).
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post Mar 4 2011, 08:07 AM
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QUOTE (Sanders @ Mar 4 2011, 04:44 AM) *
Qaddafi with a 'Q'.


Yes, I had a suspicion that "Qaddafi" was the correct spelling. Always go with the least obvious option is my philosophy.

QUOTE (Sanders @ Mar 4 2011, 04:44 AM) *
And YES, there is hope. Very much so. The elite, in their major push to screw up the world so they can get close to their one-world-government model, have experienced several defeats lately. Cap-n-trade being a big one ... little did they know that the earth would start cooling (brrrrr) and make them and their climate-change lackeys out to be idiots.


Well, I'm told that the recent evidence of global cooling is actually the result of global warming. Isn't it logical? rolleyes.gif

QUOTE (Sanders @ Mar 4 2011, 04:44 AM) *
But more than even that, in terms of the big picture, the internet is allowing people to share knowledge and bone-up on who they are and what they're doing. That is changing things in a big way ... we, the people, the peons, just have some catching up to do (the elite b@stards have been at this for centuries).


I literally, physically, shudder when I contemplate the likelihood that humankind would survive if it were not for the invention of the internet. Particularly at this pivotal moment. The 9/11 truth movement would have faded before it ever had a chance to build momentum. And apart from that, how would a guy like me pass the time on a lonely Saturday night smile.gif
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