• American foreign policy s

    From MATTHEW MUNSON@VERT/IUTOPIA to All on Sun Aug 15 12:52:00 2021
    Step 1: Leave weapons behind for your enemy
    Step 2: Declare need for more weapons and soldiers to fight your now well-armed enemy
    Step 3: Profit
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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MATTHEW MUNSON on Sun Sep 12 17:17:00 2021
    Hello MATTHEW MUNSON!

    ** On Sunday 15.08.21 - 12:52, MATTHEW MUNSON wrote to All:

    Step 1: Leave weapons behind for your enemy

    Most of the equipment has probably been left disabled. Or,
    without maintenance, the stuff isn't going to be useful for
    long.

    Step 2: Declare need for more weapons and soldiers to fight your now well-armed enemy

    The Americans probably took as much munitions as they could.
    The Afghans don't have much to work with.

    Step 3: Profit

    From what?

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Ogg on Mon Sep 13 03:30:59 2021
    Re: American foreign policy s
    By: Ogg to MATTHEW MUNSON on Sun Sep 12 2021 05:17 pm

    Hello MATTHEW MUNSON!

    ** On Sunday 15.08.21 - 12:52, MATTHEW MUNSON wrote to All:

    Step 1: Leave weapons behind for your enemy

    Most of the equipment has probably been left disabled. Or,
    without maintenance, the stuff isn't going to be useful for
    long.

    yeah ok. you think the us government would leave the stuff disabled?

    lets just wait for the taliban to run out of bullets and rockets. there's no way for them to get more!

    The Americans probably took as much munitions as they could.
    The Afghans don't have much to work with.

    who's telling you this bullshit? justin? fucking people including children were left behind. people were airlifted last minute off of buildings.

    Step 3: Profit

    From what?

    they are in a resource rich area. china is already getting involved.
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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Ogg on Mon Sep 13 07:47:00 2021
    Ogg wrote to MATTHEW MUNSON <=-

    Step 1: Leave weapons behind for your enemy

    Most of the equipment has probably been left disabled. Or,
    without maintenance, the stuff isn't going to be useful for
    long.

    Like the Iranian Airforce's F-14 Tomcats. Odd choice for a country without
    an aircraft carrier.

    Step 2: Declare need for more weapons and soldiers to fight your now well-armed enemy

    The Americans probably took as much munitions as they could.
    The Afghans don't have much to work with.

    Not with 9.5 billion dollars from their national bank held at the Fed
    Reserve in NYC.


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  • From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to MRO on Mon Sep 13 19:34:00 2021
    Hello MRO!

    ** On Monday 13.09.21 - 03:30, MRO wrote to Ogg:

    Most of the equipment has probably been left disabled. Or,
    without maintenance, the stuff isn't going to be useful for
    long.

    yeah ok. you think the us government would leave the stuff
    disabled?

    Absolutely. Do you seriously think the army is that stupid to
    leave everything fully funtioning? Even some water in the fuel
    tanks could work, cutting the brake lines, etc. All quick and
    easy in a moment of evacuation.

    Even if the equipment was still useable, it would be unusable
    pretty quick without maintenance.


    The Americans probably took as much munitions as they
    could. The Afghans don't have much to work with.

    who's telling you this bullshit? justin? fucking people
    including children were left behind. people were airlifted
    last minute off of buildings.

    That's why they had to leave the people behind - to make room
    for their own stuff! ;)


    Step 3: Profit

    From what?

    they are in a resource rich area. china is already getting
    involved.

    Resources is something quite plentiful in Afghanistan, indeed.


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Ogg on Mon Sep 13 21:40:32 2021
    Re: American foreign policy s
    By: Ogg to MRO on Mon Sep 13 2021 07:34 pm

    Hello MRO!

    ** On Monday 13.09.21 - 03:30, MRO wrote to Ogg:

    Most of the equipment has probably been left disabled. Or,
    without maintenance, the stuff isn't going to be useful for
    long.

    yeah ok. you think the us government would leave the stuff
    disabled?

    Absolutely. Do you seriously think the army is that stupid to
    leave everything fully funtioning? Even some water in the fuel

    dude. they just left the stuff in working order and the taliban are using it. dont you see the recordings?

    That's why they had to leave the people behind - to make room
    for their own stuff! ;)

    no, they werent prepared.

    anyways, this discussion with you is stupid. you have mental diarrhea.
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to MATTHEW MUNSON on Tue Sep 21 15:47:27 2021
    On 8/15/2021 5:52 AM, MATTHEW MUNSON wrote:
    Step 1: Leave weapons behind for your enemy
    Step 2: Declare need for more weapons and soldiers to fight your now well-armed enemy
    Step 3: Profit

    Considering it's in the handbook to destroy all weapons you cannot take
    with you when leaving a position... seems that way.
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