Fri, 21 Sep 2012 6:02p.m.
The US Secretary of Defence has told Taliban fighters who killed New Zealand soldiers that US forces will take them out.
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23/09/2012 10:41:45 a.m.
US, Australian and Chinese ownership guarantees our defence in some mythical invasion scenario so why the need for political defence ties? Given the faudulent cumstances surrounding the supposed war on terror and the civil oppression and economic hardships imposed on the American people it would be wise to not invite this regime in untill the American people restore their freedom and expose the lies told to them by thier wealthy ruling elite.
23/09/2012 6:54:29 a.m.
these comments are stupid. everyone is just repeating what they are hearing in the media, of courese it is all going to be bad, when was the last time you picked up a paper telling us good news. Its life, people choose to do these things , yes even soldiers. It is extremly sad what has happened to our soldiers and all the other soldiers all over the world. It is their choice. Terrorisim has been around for ever, aand will continue to be, get used to it.
23/09/2012 5:30:00 a.m.
This is the scariest thing ive heard. Usa vows to help. What a total nobrainer to publicly put nzers in harms way of terrorist attacks not only our defence forces but at home as well. How about we send our big mouth pm over to discuss our plans directly with the taliban etc. That would be a worthwhile taxpayer expence and Im sure only a oneway ticket is value for money
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