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Sunday, 6 November 2011

Tread softly, but carry a big stick

Nick Drew's piece should be read widely. And H/T Nick for this Economist piece

Well what do you bloody imagine they're for?


Nick Drew said...

(and whose pilots have the most combat experience ?)

Greg Tingey said...

And, excellent aircraft that they are, what the F are the lufwafffw doing with F-4's at this late date?

Jabba the Cat said...

Made me laugh, but let us not forget that last time the odds against us were worse ;0))

Anonymous said...

Oh Dear! At this rate we'll be fighting the wrong enemy again.

If you must have a war in Europe, lets get the right enemy in our sights this time? The French not the Germans.

But really, when the European Union collapses, and the Chinese move in, these little local disagreements will seem trivial.

Sean said...

Germany soon will have few people and no energy,and will be Putins lapdogs.

Mind you driving a whole nation to debt servitude could be seen as a act of war, so lets strike early.

Anonymous said...

Now if we want to hit out at any one particular country with a dangerous former dictator who has a track record of theft and nepotistic malfeasanse, we only need to fly as far as Scotland.

Now where does Brown live exactly?

Coney Island