drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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drieuxster

Why Defeating Iran Remains Paramount In The With Vietnam.

I mean, come on boys and ideological deviationalists:
Bruce Schneier is watching the news unfold that a fifth undersea telecom cable in the Middle East has been cut. Reports are going around that Iran is completely offline. I can't confirm or deny that, but traceroutes to Iranian IPv4 addresses aren't getting past the default-free zone for me. That doesn't mean Iran is offline— the Islamic Republic runs a national firewall, and it might block incoming traceroutes.
[ cf s9: Okay... Now I'm Starting To Be Concerned... ]
Why not be simply rational about this!!!!

The Evil EuroZone Dragged God Fearing White Christian Americans into Afghanistan for NO APPARENT REASON, and now here we are U.S. Asks Europe for More Help in Afghanistan since they will just have to learn to be responsible about their little problems. We have enough on our plate with Winning against Iran-Iraq, Iran-Iran, Iran-Vietnam, Iran-NorthKorea, and Iran-Freedom, where the godless heathen go to play!!!!

CLEARLY DEFEATING IRAN-IRAN WILL MOVE US MORE CLOSER TO MORE WINNINIST WINNING EVER!!!!

So americans must understand that we have to do our part to stop the heathenists!!!
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