you cannot invade mainland america

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15 Responses to you cannot invade mainland america

  1. not when they implement the disarming of the citizens..

    • The cities are easily controlled….you’ll have more trouble out here.

      • Try invading the hood lol.

        • Invading the hood really wouldn’t be a problem. The Criminals have the benefit of the protections afforded by liberal American culture (blacks can do no wrong), conservative American tradition (can’t stop me without a reason), and the limitations of having to go through an extensive legal system.

          An invading army has no such qualms. Fit the the description of a gangbanger? Then you have a gun until they’re sure you don’t. Which means they shoot first, and check the corpse. Sooner or later people learn to dress and act in the proper manor.

          Just like people in Iraq learned not to ride motor cycles for a couple of years.

    • this guy is right you know.. you all are a bunch of fucking kids

  2. But you can buy it for 5 easy instalments of ¥999.

  3. Love these older wood rifles. Gotta go home and give the sks a hug.

  4. “unsubstantiated and almost certainly bogus, even though it has been repeated thousands of times in various Internet postings. There is no record of the commander in chief of Japan’s wartime fleet ever saying it.”

    Brooks Jackson in “Misquoting Yamamoto” at (11 May 2009)

    • If they didn’t say it then, I sure as hell will say it now.

    • No but he did say that taking San Francisco and the coast wouldn’t mean squat since they and the people who live there are of no consequence and are weak. He did say that it would take marching inland and straight to the White House to conquer America and that it would be impossible.

      At least on record. That quote has survived as long as it has for a reason. It completely seems plausible that he would have said it.

      And he’s right.

      • So what you’re saying is that any quote that seems plausible, even when it’s shown to be false, is OK with you? That explains a lot.

        So if he said that “the people who live there are of no consequence and are weak” how does that make the “gun behind every blade of grass” quote plausible? In one he thought America was weak, in the other formidable and well armed. The two ideas are diametrically opposed.

        I’ll agree with you on one point – That quote has survived as long as it has for a reason. The reason is that even though it was fabricated, there are people like you who WISH he had said it – and as such pretend he did.

        The reality is that the real reason Japan never invaded the US was the battle of Midway and the U.S. Pacific Fleet , not their fear of an armed US populace.

  5. I always liked
    I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.
    Isoroku Yamamoto

  6. It’s not like America hasn’t already been invaded.

  7. “If I had to take hell, I would use the Australians to take it and the New Zealanders to hold it.” – Erwin Rommel


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