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  • johns624
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    Originally posted by McMax View Post
    If he was white he would be an imperialist warmonger but because he is brown and wears a turban he is a warrior king! Trudeau jr., like the lib-hole he is, picked his cabinet braced on skin color or gender or if they’re a homo, so the fact that this guy can do the job must have been a surprise! He most probably will replace by a tranie next year.
    Wow! Just Wow!

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  • McMax
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    If he was white he would be an imperialist warmonger but because he is brown and wears a turban he is a warrior king! Trudeau jr., like the lib-hole he is, picked his cabinet braced on skin color or gender or if they’re a homo, so the fact that this guy can do the job must have been a surprise! He most probably will replace by a tranie next year.

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  • Bow
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    Can't see why they need him. Canada is as close to a neutral, non-involved nation as it is possible to get.

    Canada is neither a major world power nor a major world player, especially in the military sense, so they hardly need
    a warrior to lead an army of non-fighters with no real world mission to begin with.
    Ive been away for a while...................Just because we dont run round the world starting wars and sticking our nose into every body elses business and when it goes bad just pack up our bags and go home, is no reason to bad mouth our military, but what the hell can you expect from an Arm Chair Hero.......% wise the Canadian military in Afgahnistan lost more people during our time there than any other military...

    It must be wednesday..lets go start a war some place

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  • GMan88
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    I think most Sikhs look badass, though this one is more so. Very nice!

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  • 17thfabn
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    He surely rocks that beard! Good to see a soldier with boots on the ground experience in such a responsible position.

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  • Sparlingo
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    Here's the video for that last statement (post 18) The discussion on Operation Medusa begins at 13.20, it's worth watching:

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  • Sparlingo
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    The more I read up on Sajjan, the more I like him. Kandahar was the place that the Taliban started. Canada launched Operation Medusa there, which was the largest Canadian military operation since the Korean War. Before it launched Sajjan had built relationships with the locals and had them turned and allied against the Taliban. This was something he accidently developed in Bosnia by just helping the Bosnians, once he made friends he found out information that nobody else knew, much sought after information, by accident. That operation, Medusa, captured 1,500 Taliban at the Taliban's very heart, their HQ. Wanna win wars? Then get more guys like this guy.

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  • vikram72
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    according to his surname he may be from Saini Sikh sub-cast an offshoot of Rajputs.

    So he has great responsibility bestowed on him,

    We hope like his career in Army he will set an example to follow.

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  • vikram72
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    It helps to have defense minister from Warrior Cast.

    He has to do his best, he has tradition to upheld.

    out of our 23 or so Defense Minister app 9 were from Warrior Cast.

    Two of them were Sikhs, Sardar Baldev Singh and Sardar Swarn Singh.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baldev_Singh

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swaran_Singh

    Besides them we had many Sikhs in Prominent Position.



    One President of India,

    Sardar Gyani Zail Singh

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zail_Singh

    One Prime Minister

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manmohan_Singh

    Many Military Leaders.

    Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh, DFC

    (born 15 May 1919) is the only officer of the Indian Air Force to be promoted to five-star rank, equal to a Field Marshal, to which he was promoted in 2002.

    Air Marshal Arjan Singh led No. 1 Squadron, Indian Air Force into command during the Arakan Campaign in 1944. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) in 1944,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arjan_Singh

    Air Chief Marshal Dilbagh Singh PVSM, AVSM, VM

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dilbagh_Singh

    General Joginder Jaswant Singh was the 22nd Chief of the Indian Army.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joginder_Jaswant_Singh

    General Bikram Singh, PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, SM, VSM

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bikram..._%28general%29

    Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Arora was the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-in-C) of the Eastern Command of the Indian Army during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. He led the ground forces campaign in the Eastern front of the war, which led to an overwhelming defeat of the Pakistan Army and the creation of Bangladesh.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagjit_Singh_Aurora


    Sikhs are very good warriors and very dedicated persons.

    Sardar Harjit Sajjan has served his adopted country and we people are very excited in India over his appointment.

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  • asterix
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    Originally posted by Daemon of Decay View Post
    But you don't understand - Canada, like France, cannot ever be given any military credit, ever! That would ruin the stereotype.
    Quoted for truth. Unfortunately, stereotyping for the sake of chest-thumping creates the inevitable effect of having a boomerang effect by reinforcing the stereotype of Americans. The families of 159 Canadian dead from A-stan can relax easy for their non-involvement and unwarrior-like, non-fighting stance.

    Rest in Indefinite Neutral Peace.
    Last edited by asterix; 09 Nov 15, 08:26.

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  • Duncan
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    Originally posted by Daemon of Decay View Post
    But you don't understand - Canada, like France, cannot ever be given any military credit, ever! That would ruin the stereotype.
    Maybe he apologized later over a double -double.

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  • Duncan
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    Originally posted by johns624 View Post
    He's probably doesn't know who Furlong is, either.
    Unfortunately later fired from the police for taking a drunken **** on a colleague (along with other poor behavior).

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  • Daemon of Decay
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    Originally posted by Duncan View Post
    You are discounting his deployment in Bosnia and three deployments in Afghanistan, including being credited with being instrumental in the killing or capture of 1,500 Taliban fighters, as non-involvement?
    But you don't understand - Canada, like France, cannot ever be given any military credit, ever! That would ruin the stereotype.

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  • johns624
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    Originally posted by Duncan View Post
    You are discounting his deployment in Bosnia and three deployments in Afghanistan, including being credited with being instrumental in the killing or capture of 1,500 Taliban fighters, as non-involvement?
    He's probably doesn't know who Furlong is, either.

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  • Duncan
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    Can't see why they need him. Canada is as close to a neutral, non-involved nation as it is possible to get.

    Canada is neither a major world power nor a major world player, especially in the military sense, so they hardly need
    a warrior to lead an army of non-fighters with no real world mission to begin with.
    You are discounting his deployment in Bosnia and three deployments in Afghanistan, including being credited with being instrumental in the killing or capture of 1,500 Taliban fighters, as non-involvement?

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