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LinC guide to stopping the terrorists in Philippines

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21 hours ago, Davaoeno said:

And your answer is that the Philippines should get the USAF to capet bomb the Philippines ??     You might want to put a bit more effort into your answer 

Thanks for putting words in my mouth you know I did not say that.   I am not like everyone else who sits back to educate you... you full well know who precision munitions work in this day and age.  Please come back with an intelligent reply. Thx.

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The US has been bombing all over the world since they got an Air Force. are things any better for it, excepting the world wars.

I say let the local goverment fight the terrorist in their country, that's why they get paid.

I put in 20 years active, and 10 inactive, so have done my share I think. I will not "go" anywhere to attack anyone, but if they come to me, I will see what I can do. Wine bottles and gas is all I have, but since they don't use tanks here, I am not very expectant on success. LOL

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I just think it is a shame that we are even discussing killing and quarantining an entire religion. 

It is a pity that the 10% of muslims that are good people are having this ruined by the 90% that are trying to kill me, overthrow governments world wide, and taking away our BEER. 

This may become serious soon.

We may have to send our women and children to war (I would go but after I did my 6 they told me that the others ad to go first).  I will guard the beer though, and if pressed to service volunteer for one of the rape and pillage platoons.

AIRBORNE 

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21 hours ago, Davaoeno said:

No I didnt actually.  Am I supposed to assume that everytime someone underlines something its a link ??

 

And if you want to discuss underlying purpose being more relevant than technique why not just say so ??    ...

 

Sorry, I'll try to explain everything slowly and clearly so you can follow along with the rest of us. By the way, your link doesn't seem to be working. :P

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http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/902382/duterte-afp-can-rain-bombs-on-marawi-but-were-limiting-collateral-damage

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Duterte: AFP can rain bombs on Marawi but we’re limiting collateral damage

Inquirer Mindanao / 11:15 PM June 03, 2017
Fire after Marawi airstrikes

Fire rages at several houses following airstrikes on Saturday, May 27, 2017 by Philippine Air Force fighters to retake control of Marawi City from Muslim militants who had been laying siege on the city since May 23, 2017. (Photo by BULLIT MARQUEZ / AP)

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte said on Saturday he could end the conflict in Marawi City in a day by ordering the military to go all out. But fear of inflicting more damage and killing civilians prevented him from doing so.

“I can end this war in 24 hours,” he said. “All I have to do is bomb the whole place and level it to the ground.”

But since the Philippines is a member of the United Nations and a signatory to the Geneva Convention, he said the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) simply could not do that.

Duterte said the conflict had dragged for days now because the military had been trying to inflict maximum damage to the enemy while avoiding collateral damage, especially to civilians.

Earlier, on Friday, during his speech before troops in Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay, Duterte also said his administration had been dealing with the Maute Group in a civilized way.

“That is always the problem, because if we were terrorists, these problems can be easily solved,” he said. “Just rain bombs on them. It will be over in one day. I have 10 jet planes now.”

But early on, Duterte had said: “We fight, [we use] the civilized way of dealing with the problem. But there is always a limit to that.”

He warned that, if he can could longer take it “we will raise the fighting one bar higher.”

He did not say how this would be but added: “We value human rights.”

Earlier, Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla, AFP spokesperson, said the military had been applying “commensurate military power on these existing threats and pockets of resistance” – and would continue to do so, including launching airstrikes. /atm

 

 

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Posted (edited)

On 6/6/2017 at 3:36 PM, ugly american said:

I just think it is a shame that we are even discussing killing and quarantining an entire religion. 

 

 

I sure an hell wasn't talking about a religion, I was talking about bombing terrorists in the city. 

 

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3 hours ago, soupeod said:

Duterte: AFP can rain bombs on Marawi but we’re limiting collateral damage

Meanwhile in Marawi. 

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On 6/7/2017 at 3:36 AM, ugly american said:

I just think it is a shame that we are even discussing killing and quarantining an entire religion. 

Obliteration of enemies is exactly how we survived.

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