• Does anyone think 9/11 was real?

    Some people say that there werent any planes involved? I know someone who said that their friend was jogging near the pentagon when it struck and they saw the plane with their own two eyes.. What do you think happened on 9/11?
    Some people say that there werent any planes involved? I know someone who said that their friend was jogging near the pentagon when it struck and they saw the plane with their own two eyes.. What do you think happened on 9/11?
    38 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why did USA lose the Vietnam War?

    Best answer: The United States failed to adapt its tactics to be able to fight an enemy like the Viet-Cong effectively. The United States possessed a host of advantages, including maximum firepower, but failed to find a means to put those advantages to use to win the war. The North Vietnamese forces were able to prosecute their... show more
    Best answer: The United States failed to adapt its tactics to be able to fight an enemy like the Viet-Cong effectively. The United States possessed a host of advantages, including maximum firepower, but failed to find a means to put those advantages to use to win the war. The North Vietnamese forces were able to prosecute their offensives without the use of fixed bases in urban centers. Their lines of communication were difficult to sever. They were able to replace losses quickly by forcing the enlistment of people from local villages and unless the United States was willing to completely annihilate the Vietnamese capability to produce food, there was no way they could ever hope to starve the enemy out. Vietnam is a relatively large country by world standards, and it has a relatively high population. The terrain is very difficult when it comes to transporting large numbers of troops or large amounts of materiel over vast distances, in many cases even over short distances. The Vietnamese have repelled the French, they've repelled the Chinese, they were willing to fight on to the bitter end as their resolve was simply unwavering. Their knowledge of the local geography and local conditions meant that despite less training and being under-equipped, their troops could hold their own against a much more powerful foe.

    Add to all that the fact that the United States simply did not have the support for the war effort that it needed to achieve victory. A fair portion of the troops were conscripts who had been drafted into the fighting against their will. There was very, very little support for the war at home. The American people didn't feel as though victory was essential or important. The American people were not convinced that the price for victory was worth it. They were just not ready, willing and able to sacrifice what was necessary to win while the Vietnamese were. The United States military is the most modern, the most powerful, the most feared and revered military on the face of the Earth - but if it's going to win a war, then the people in charge need to make decisions that will lead to victory and not concern themselves with anything other than that. If the United States had poured another few years and a few more tens of thousands of men and hundreds of millions of dollars at the problem, victory would have been inevitable. But the powers that be decided that they had expended all the money, lives, resources and time on the problem that they were willing to expend, and thus victory was not achieved.

    As is the case with any problem like Vietnam, there's also the question of what might happen after the fighting ends. What would have happened in the aftermath of an American victory? Would US troops have stayed on indefinitely? What would have happened as the USSR and Red China continued to pour money into the Vietnamese Communist Resistance? Would the US have been willing to stay forever? Would Vietnamese who only marginally supported the US have been willing to live under a blatant puppet government for years on end? What would have happened if the Chinese claimed that border skirmishes were giving them no choice but to invade and occupy and annex large sections of Vietnam? Would the US have gone toe to toe with Red China, even if Chinese intervention managed to gain some degree of support among the populace? The US withdrawal from Vietnam should have happened much sooner. In point of fact, the US never ought to have gone in to begin with. The Vietnamese government ran the country into the ground and today they're falling all over themselves to get back into the good graces of the US so as to counter China anyway. The lives of 3-5 million people could have been spared had the problem been avoided from the very beginning. Communism, even pseudo-Communism, is an unrealistic, unsustainable system. Every single country that has attempted to govern according to the principles of Marxism has either collapsed, is barely surviving today, or has come to see that unless other approaches are intermixed they will meet one of the previous two fates.
    22 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why did Germany loos ww2?

    59 answers · 3 days ago
  • What do you think of the entire "holocaust" industry?

    Best answer: Without our brave Jewish soldiers, fighting the Nazis since day one, killing them by the millions, WW2 would end with Germany winning! Our Hebrew military forces decimated the Axis powers! We the Jewish people saved the planet! We need that industry to remind the world that war can be profitable too! * This is a... show more
    Best answer: Without our brave Jewish soldiers, fighting the Nazis since day one, killing them by the millions, WW2 would end with Germany winning!
    Our Hebrew military forces decimated the Axis powers!
    We the Jewish people saved the planet!
    We need that industry to remind the world that war can be profitable too!



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    14 answers · 24 hours ago
  • A women told me Adolph Hitler didn't have anything to do with the killing of Christians & Germans & that it was someone else that did it?

    She told me that Hitler wanted everyone to love each other. Is this a bunch of malarkey? Or is there truth to this?
    She told me that Hitler wanted everyone to love each other. Is this a bunch of malarkey? Or is there truth to this?
    10 answers · 5 hours ago
  • What kind of activities did people who lived in the 80's do on their spare time?

    These days you can watch movies or series, spend a few hours on youtube but not back then? Comparing now to then was it more boring?
    These days you can watch movies or series, spend a few hours on youtube but not back then? Comparing now to then was it more boring?
    20 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are the United States and Sweden allies?

    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why did europeans colonize African countries?

    But not asian or latin countries
    But not asian or latin countries
    8 answers · 3 hours ago
  • How long has the US gone without going to war with anyone?

    Best answer: Around 73 years. The last declared war was World War II. Since then, we've engaged in "military operations."
    Best answer: Around 73 years. The last declared war was World War II. Since then, we've engaged in "military operations."
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • What was curious that people in the old times used to do?

    I'mean to stock food, means etc.
    I'mean to stock food, means etc.
    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • What is the name of usa 7th president?

    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why didn't the US atom bomb north Vietnam?

    Best answer: they used Chemical weapons instead so they suffered terribly you can guarantee that some were incinerated by Napalm so you can sleep happy they suffered alright all of them and America remained safe from their planned attack
    Best answer: they used Chemical weapons instead so they suffered terribly you can guarantee that some were incinerated by Napalm so you can sleep happy they suffered alright all of them and America remained safe from their planned attack
    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • Was Christianity a anti-roman empire religion?

    I've noticed a recurring theme of the "prophets" aka political intellectuals in middle east under the oppression of the roman empire dictating and mixing their personal grievances/politics into religion to try to spread their ideas throughout roman empire and execute some kind of social change to... show more
    I've noticed a recurring theme of the "prophets" aka political intellectuals in middle east under the oppression of the roman empire dictating and mixing their personal grievances/politics into religion to try to spread their ideas throughout roman empire and execute some kind of social change to undermine the empire. they give some lip service to cesear but overall are trying to undermine the authority of the emperor saying that there is a greater power and the rich elite are sinful/ people should not have so much kind of a socialism against luxury. change the empire's culture and bring it down from within. make the greatest person in the empire from the emperor to someone tortured and executed by the empire and make everyone guilty feeling to be associated with the roman empire instead of proud. And then catholisim was a attempt to co-opt the movement and integrate it into the empire but of course it failed.
    18 answers · 5 days ago