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(CBC)   Days after Canadian Forces leave Afghanistan following 12-year-war, Taliban tell them 'Better luck in your next war, eh?"   ( ) divider line 7
    More: Followup, Canadian Forces, Taliban, Afghanistan, Canadians, Afghan National Army, Kunar Province, rural district, fragile state  
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2014-03-14 11:14:04 AM  
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Have fun illiterate mud hut dwellers! Enjoy your pointless tribal wars and opium fields for the next hundred years. We will be curing cancer and sending humans to Mars so we might not return your phone call.

BTW. Next time we have any issues with you blowing up our buildings we might just vaporize you from space. Stay golden pony boy.

Hugs and Kisses!

Civilized World.
2014-03-14 11:07:32 AM  
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2014-03-14 01:41:56 PM  
1 vote:
Dear Tally My Bananas,

Daylight come and me gotta go home, but before we leave, rest assured that Canadians do not dream of colonizing shiat holes.

We dream of colonizing Hollywood, Wall Street, London, the City, the Bank of England, Paris, New York, Florida, California, and the Caribbean, which we do in great numbers. But not shiat holes. Especially not shiat holes with no warm water ports or beaches. If we wanted to colonize shiat holes, we've got enough tundra and ice caps to colonize at home for the next thouasand years, especially with global warming. We don't need to go to Haiti or Afghanistan, spend billions trying to help people who kill little girls for trying to go to school and humanitarian volunteers, doctors and teachers.

Some day the USA is going to legalize opium poppies and then your country is toast. Back to milking the the goats and that's charitable.

The French gave Canada to the British by treaty so that they could keep the sugar and rum-rich island of Martinique. At the time it seemed like a fair trade but Canada is now worth ten million Martiniques except in January and February.

Too bad that all of your Taliban-infested hidey-holes are not worth even one beach in Martinique. Sucks to be you.
2014-03-14 12:24:26 PM  
1 vote:

Hector Remarkable: Hey, we all want freedom from the Canadians. Poutine-eatin' freaks with their Justin Bieber-creatin' ways.
And there's probably nothing more un-Islamic than maple syrup.

Are you kidding? That's the beauty of maple syrup... It's "halal" everywhere! That's the whole basis of our multicultural society.
2014-03-14 11:52:09 AM  
1 vote:
"Welcome home from Africanistan boys. I know what its liked to be locked down for awhile. Swing by the park I'll cook up some chicken fingers, we'll get farking drunk and smoke some good dope! "
2014-03-14 11:48:53 AM  
1 vote:
The taliban sounds like a guy who lives across the street and heckles his neighbors. They can't just firebomb his house because he's got women and kids there and the neighbors aren't savages, so they put up with it. Eventually, the neighbors get better jobs and move to better neighborhoods, but the heckler moons them as they're driving away and claims that he "won the neighborhood".
2014-03-14 11:39:06 AM  
1 vote:

Misconduc: Taliban still exist?

Failure on the part of the War department to do its job.
They could have wrapped this shait strom up by now, but they are going to be backing out, retreating from a shiathole of a country just like Veit Nam all over again. The Shait winds are stirring, Randy bo bandy.
It's going to be a shait tsunami.
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