How big are this guys balls, and what are they made of?

Reply Thu 15 Apr, 2010 02:11 am

Aki Ra is a Cambodian guy who goes out into the jungle and disarms landmines with a pocketknife and a really sharp stick

Read the rest of the article.
I dont know who wrote it, but it has links to the landmine museum, and to various other sites that talk about this person.

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Reply Thu 15 Apr, 2010 03:30 am
If only they would stop making them.

Oh sorry thats probably unconstitutional.
Reply Thu 15 Apr, 2010 05:21 am
When the Germans went out to fight the Chinese before the First World War, a German cruiser was hulled again and again by the guns of a Chinese fort, and when the fort was taken, it was discovered that the Chinese had been using Krupp guns. Not only that, but reporters learned that Krupp charged the German Imperial government more for the guns than they did their foreign customers.

Alfred Krupp blandly replied to criticisms by saying that what was good for Krupp was good for Germany.
Reply Wed 26 Dec, 2012 02:45 pm
Read the rest of the article.

More of that propaganda that y'all are famous for, MM.

to remove Soviet, Chinese, and Vietnamese-constructed land mines.

The still-incomplete database (it has several “dark” periods) reveals that from October 4, 1965, to August 15, 1973, the United States dropped far more ordnance on Cambodia than was previously believed: 2,756,941
tons’ worth, dropped in 230,516 sorties on 113,716 sites. Just over 10 percent of this bombing was indiscriminate, with 3,580 of the sites listed as
having “unknown” targets and another 8,238 sites having no target listed
at all. The database also shows that the bombing began four years earlier
than is widely believed—not under Nixon, but under Lyndon Johnson.

the Southeast Asian nation of Cambodia was taken over by a group of soulless assburgers known as the Khmer Rouge. ... and in under a decade they successfully managed to kill something on the order of two million of their own citizens for basically no reason at all.

The impact of this [USA] bombing, the subject of much debate for the past three decades, is now clearer than ever. Civilian casualties in Cambodia drove an enraged populace into the arms of an insurgency that
had enjoyed relatively little support until the bombing began, setting
in motion the expansion of the Vietnam War deeper into Cambodia, a
coup d’état in 1970, the rapid rise of the Khmer Rouge, and ultimately
the Cambodian genocide.


Look at the map at this website, above, MM.

What a clear description of pure evil.

Read an article that isn't just more US propaganda.

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Reply Wed 26 Dec, 2012 02:46 pm
Nice smoke and mirrors, Setanta, the "pathfinder".
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