Tue, 04 Sep 2012 8:24a.m.
John Key has allegedly told Hillary Clinton that NZ would "welcome the opportunity to cooperate with the US in the next conflicts".
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8/09/2012 2:03:57 p.m.
It's clear that America is going down, and going down shooting. Don't let our troops get caught in the crossfire.
8/09/2012 2:00:17 a.m.
Having served in the military for most of my adult life the people are owed the truth.
My first deployment was to the horn of Africa to combat the civil unrest of an emerging famine, in truth it was to secure the passage of Oil around the horn.
The second, the deployment to an emerging democracy under the guise of restoring peace when in fact it was to secure Oil and gas reserves.
I have since resigned and see our youth searching for terrorists in a place thats only source of income was 80% of the worlds opium production and shortly before 9/11 was reduced to Zero due to the Taliban and their intolerant view on drugs.
We are being deliberately mislead, come on, guys in caves initiating the biggest attack ever on the US. And this guy is going along with it.
5/09/2012 9:05:37 p.m.
I think the blame should start with the US, they want everyone to play the game by their rules. NZ is small potatoes and Helen didn't have them eating out of her hand either. Ohakea is being upgraded to receive larger amounts of troops, who's I wonder?
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