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69 years ago today the west (Canada was down and helped) nuked Japan. Now we drive their cars and call them friends, wtf .:confused:
 

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They had it coming, deserved what they got and even asked for it more or less. Fuck with the bull and you just might get the horn. Go ask China if they fell any sorrow or pity for them.

69 years ago today the west (Canada was down and helped) nuked Japan. Now we drive their cars and call them friends, wtf .:confused:
 

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Oh sure, jump on the band wagon 69 years later.
Stuff like this just makes me wonder about what all my relatives that were killed in WWII would think of me driving jap scrap (or even German cars)
Per capita we had more men killed in WWI and WWII than you guys, Canucks are fighters even though nobody ever dropped a bomb on Canada.
I live 50 miles from Port hope Ontario where some of the Nuclear materials for one of the two bombs were obtained.
Not a band wagon jumper cause Canada has never lost a war ever, we even kicked your asses in 1812..wait a minute I used to drive American cars as well.
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Until they build a Canadian car I am sleeping with the enemy:mad:.
Actually most people here call American cars domestics, that's the truth.
I never met a red blooded Canadian who didn't like Americans BUT these new brown immigrants here are whacked and don't value life like us. The saving grace is they don't like the cold so as soon as they can head south they will.:eek:
 

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They had it coming, deserved what they got and even asked for it more or less. Fuck with the bull and you just might get the horn. Go ask China if they fell any sorrow or pity for them.
I would be down with dropping another one on them now. A world that consisted of only North America would suit me fine. The rest of the world are just leeches sucking the aid/tax dollars out of our pockets.
 

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It might be better spend just turning the Middle East, all of it, into glass. Those knuckle heads like fighting and shit distrubing, so much we should make them all happy by sending them to thier respective heavens.

Of course if that were to happen, what passes for a press would be at a loss for something to talk about in order to pad time between commercial ads and of course our gubberment would also have less of an excuse to exist and live out of our pockets.

I would be down with dropping another one on them now. A world that consisted of only North America would suit me fine. The rest of the world are just leeches sucking the aid/tax dollars out of our pockets.
 

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Stuff like this just makes me wonder about what all my relatives that were killed in WWII would think of me driving jap scrap (or even German cars)
Per capita we had more men killed in WWI and WWII than you guys, Canucks are fighters even though nobody ever dropped a bomb on Canada.
I live 50 miles from Port hope Ontario where some of the Nuclear materials for one of the two bombs were obtained.
Not a band wagon jumper cause Canada has never lost a war ever, we even kicked your asses in 1812..wait a minute I used to drive American cars as well.
:lmao::lmao::lmao:
Until they build a Canadian car I am sleeping with the enemy:mad:.
Actually most people here call American cars domestics, that's the truth.
I never met a red blooded Canadian who didn't like Americans BUT these new brown immigrants here are whacked and don't value life like us. The saving grace is they don't like the cold so as soon as they can head south they will.:eek:
I simply meant the atom bomb part, didn't know Canada was involved. I know Canada was involved otherwise, even calling Americans "Johnny Come Latelys".

As for cars, some of the parts on new American cars are made in Canada. I think that justifies you calling them domestic. Maybe we need to call them North American cars.
 

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I simply meant the atom bomb part, didn't know Canada was involved. I know Canada was involved otherwise, even calling Americans "Johnny Come Latelys".

As for cars, some of the parts on new American cars are made in Canada. I think that justifies you calling them domestic. Maybe we need to call them North American cars.
I am really interested in world war war history. I was named after a great Uncle who has captured in Hong Kong in 1941 and spent 4 years in a Jap pow camp (so is my Dad and my son- we are all Bill/William after him).
There use to be a huge GM plant in Oshawa Ontario that employed 20 000 people but its almost closed now with only a couple thousand left.
The jobs have been replaced with two Toyota plants and a Honda plant. Toyota builds %70 of the cars they sell here on Canadian soil in Canada.
North American cars sound reasonable since its only a matter of time before we swallow up America and make it another province. Our countries have become so economically and politically integrated that besides the border and a couple laws/rights we are one. I wish more Americans would move here in exchange for brown people, who are our problem demographic.:)
BTW don't feel bad about the Johny come lately because apparently overseas we had to constantly tell the British we are not American and the Americans we are not British...talk about an identity crisis.
 

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69 years ago today the west (Canada was down and helped) nuked Japan. Now we drive their cars and call them friends, wtf .:confused:
There may another reason US dropped atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. To tell Soviet Union to fawk off! If no drop A Bomb, US had to go for land invasion, from South, possibly Soviets from North. End up split Japan in half like Korea, maybe no more Toyota, etc., and TTORA forums, or get different shit.:D
 

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There may another reason US dropped atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. To tell Soviet Union to fawk off! If no drop A Bomb, US had to go for land invasion, from South, possibly Soviets from North. End up split Japan in half like Korea, maybe no more Toyota, etc., and TTORA forums, or get different shit.:D
The U.S. didn't go it alone and Britain and Canada especially were involved with the Nukes (you guys only get the American version of history which is half truth half propaganda - war of 1812 is a perfect example of this- we kicked your aggressor asses and burned down the white house and mostly all of your capital city yet Americas version is only folklore and wives tales :confused: I guess aggressor losing sucks In America and is swept under the rug).
Germany started the war. Canada and Britain fought NAZIS alone for two years and had already started turning the tide and won the battle of Britain (forcing Hitler to go after the Russians) while America was still steadfastly pacifist and Canadians/Brits were getting killed by the thousands.
More Russians were killed than Jews (double or triple) and Russia defeated more of the German military by itself than all the allies combined (America included). Germany would likely have had the bomb first if they weren't forced to fight a war on two fronts with America now in at the plate swinging (about time).
If Japan hadn't bombed pearl harbour all of us including America might be speaking German now, cause you guys were quite happy sitting on your hands and watching until you were hit at home (funny thing - nobody ever dropped a bomb on Canada- and we fought start to finish of both world wars).
Canadians fought the Japs in Hong Kong two days after pearl harbour and we declared war on Japan when they bombed pearl harbour.
All my relatives that fought WWII said when we needed American help the most America was screaming loudly for the entire world to hear "we are pacifists" (gee thanks). That's the plain and simple truth regardless of what lop sided propaganda you learned in hi school in the U.S. I have relatives that were there and witnessed what happened with their own two eyes, no history books required.
 

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Why do you keep bring up the war of 1812 when you got your asses kicked? I guess you Canucks must like being losers or something. That would explain a lot.

As far as our late entry into WWII, I suppose we were just tired of finishing all the shit that Europe started, especially Britain and France's part in creating WWII from the idiotic and petty treaty of Versailles that practically forced Germany into war. I know this, if it weren't for the Treaty of Versailles, Hitler never would have stood a chance of coming to power and WWII never would have happened. Both Britain and France had it coming and they each deserved what they got for being completely, utterly stupid. And we're just as stupid for getting ourselves involved in that sort of insanity.

The Europeans started WWI and we had to go help finish it, then we had to do it all over again for WWII.

Maybe we should just let Europe stew in their own shit for a change, just like we should for the Middle East. With all of their so called history and humanity, they still haven't figured much out. When are they ever going to learn to THINK and learn from their mistakes? The idiots are still trying to make socialism work and you know what Einstein said about insanity. How many failures does it take for pity sake?
 

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Why do you keep bring up the war of 1812 when you got your asses kicked? I guess you Canucks must like being loosers or something. That would explain a lot.
After America never admitting the tremendous ass kicking we gave the aggressors in 1812 the further shame of losing to a bunch of 3rd world homeless jungle dwelling fcksticks in Vietnam must be to much truth to bare.
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All in good fun Dick, you know I think the world of you guys (our cousins), BUT just not those southern "nothing says loving like marrying your cousin types". We don't promote family fcking in the North.:D
You are one guy I would really like to meet in person, I have had more fun trading jabs with you over the years than I could shake a stick at. If you ever make it up here you are more than welcome to stay at my house (it would be a pleasure and an honour).;):):cool:
BTW Canada has never lost a war, ever.
 

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I never said U.S. went in alone! You are dwelling in the past too much, so move on. Only thing now is everybody work together so this kind of shit don't happen again! Also, what's with the "J" word racist crap?:shame:
First off how dare you assume the motivation for what I write has anything to do with racism. I don't have enough experience with anybody but white people here to make a from experience decision or judgement about any other race. Read your history books you guys had slaves and Canada had an escape plan for them and helped thousands escape the slave trade in the U.S.
Jap scrap is a term of endearment here for Japanese vehicles. Jap is just a shortened version of that. Like calling Canadians Canucks who cares, another term of endearment in my eyes. As far as I am concerned racism isn't an issue here and never was, I have no experience with racists and don't know any. I understand your sensitivity living in a country with a racist history but don't project that on Canadians, not an issue here. Consider the source, I am not a racist and can type whatever I like because you are the only one being judgemental and calling somebody a racist who has no idea from first hand experience what that even is. We are the most passive fun loving accepting people on this planet and are known throughout the world for that.
Shame on you for even suggesting I am racist and I will never apologize for calling Japanese Japs because its nothing more than a short form to me, you are the one making/calling it racist and being judgemental, not me.
YOU ARE LIVING IN THE MOST RACIST COUNTRY ON THIS PLANET AND HAVE NO RIGHT TO POINT FINGERS AT PEOPLE LIVING IN PLEASANTVILLE WHO DON'T EVEN KNOW FIRST HAND WHAT THAT IS AND HELPED OPRESSED PEOPLE ESCAPE SLAVERY IN YOUR COUNTRY, SHAME ON YOU.:(

BTW FCK YOU AND YOUR JUDGEMENTAL SELF VERY MUCH!!!!!
 

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First off how dare you assume the motivation for what I write has anything to do with racism. I don't have enough experience with anybody but white people here to make a from experience decision or judgement about any other race. Read your history books you guys had slaves and Canada had an escape plan for them and helped thousands escape the slave trade in the U.S.
Jap scrap is a term of endearment here for Japanese vehicles. Jap is just a shortened version of that. Like calling Canadians Canucks who cares, another term of endearment in my eyes. As far as I am concerned racism isn't an issue here and never was, I have no experience with racists and don't know any. I understand your sensitivity living in a country with a racist history but don't project that on Canadians, not an issue here. Consider the source, I am not a racist and can type whatever I like because you are the only one being judgemental and calling somebody a racist who has no idea from first hand experience what that even is. We are the most passive fun loving accepting people on this planet and are known throughout the world for that.
Shame on you for even suggesting I am racist and I will never apologize for calling Japanese Japs because its nothing more than a short form to me, you are the one making/calling it racist and being judgemental, not me.
YOU ARE LIVING IN THE MOST RACIST COUNTRY ON THIS PLANET AND HAVE NO RIGHT TO POINT FINGERS AT PEOPLE LIVING IN PLEASANTVILLE WHO DON'T EVEN KNOW FIRST HAND WHAT THAT IS AND HELPED OPRESSED PEOPLE ESCAPE SLAVERY IN YOUR COUNTRY, SHAME ON YOU.:(

BTW FCK YOU AND YOUR JUDGEMENTAL SELF VERY MUCH!!!!!
I'm Japanese and probraly "old school." I apologize for being judgemental. I never mean't calling you or Canadians racist. Clarify, I never would call Canadians Canucks. No hard feelings, and can we move on?:eek:
 

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I'm Japanese and probraly "old school." I apologize for being judgemental. I never mean't calling you or Canadians racist. Clarify, I never would call Canadians Canucks. No hard feelings, and can we move on?:eek:
Absolutely bro, no hard feelings. From my chair it just felt like the pot calling the kettle black and I see no reason and don't understand racism and have never experienced or witnessed it here. I am soft hearted person who likes everybody and just a big kid who likes to laugh and make others laugh.
Just so you know one of my best friends I grew up with adopted an abandoned little black boy and he calls me Uncle Bill so calling me a racist touched a little to close to home.
Peace my brother its all good.:):cool:
 

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Why do you keep bring up the war of 1812 when you got your asses kicked? I guess you Canucks must like being losers or something. That would explain a lot.

As far as our late entry into WWII, I suppose we were just tired of finishing all the shit that Europe started, especially Britain and France's part in creating WWII from the idiotic and petty treaty of Versailles that practically forced Germany into war. I know this, if it weren't for the Treaty of Versailles, Hitler never would have stood a chance of coming to power and WWII never would have happened. Both Britain and France had it coming and they each deserved what they got for being completely, utterly stupid. And we're just as stupid for getting ourselves involved in that sort of insanity.

The Europeans started WWI and we had to go help finish it, then we had to do it all over again for WWII.

Maybe we should just let Europe stew in their own shit for a change, just like we should for the Middle East. With all of their so called history and humanity, they still haven't figured much out. When are they ever going to learn to THINK and learn from their mistakes? The idiots are still trying to make socialism work and you know what Einstein said about insanity. How many failures does it take for pity sake?
CANADAS VICTORY IN THE WAR OF 1812 WAS THE BIRTH OF A NATION AND PUT AMERICA IN ITS PLACE THATS WHY I LIKE/LOVE OUR 1812 VICTORIOUS HISTORY
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Some interesting facts on the War of 1812:

Constructing Canada's Identity
•The War of 1812 is an important milestone in the lead-up to the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation in 2017.
•Canada would not exist had the American invasion of 1812-15 been successful.•The end of the war laid the foundation for Confederation and the emergence of Canada as a free and independent nation.
•Under the Crown, Canada’s society retained its linguistic and ethnic diversity, in contrast to the greater conformity demanded by the American Republic.

Establishing borders in North America
•The Treaty of Ghent re-established the borders between British North America (Canada) and the United States to their 1811 configuration. The Treaty called for a joint British-U.S. boundary commission that would confirm the border between Canada and the United States in the years following the war. This boundary between neighbours is now the world's longest undefended border.

Building a peaceful North-American relationship
•The end of the War marked the beginning of two centuries of peaceful relations, close cooperation and friendship between Canada and the United States.

Historical Legacies
•The War was an important chapter in Canada's military history, with many modern reserve regiments from Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada tracing their origins to this conflict.
•The Rideau Canal was conceived after the war as a military supply route linking the Ottawa River with Kingston and providing a more secure means of transportation for troops and supplies from Montreal to reach the forts and dockyards of Upper Canada.

Important figures
•Laura Secord never made chocolate. She was a Canadian heroine of the War of 1812. Her warning British forces of an impending American attack contributed to the British and First Nations victory at the Battle of Beaver Dams in which an American attacking force of nearly 500 soldiers was taken prisoner.
•While Laura Secord is the best known heroine of the War, many other women risked their lives helping the British cause.
•Statues of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Michel d'Irumberry de Salaberry, and Laura Secord—all important Canadian figures in the War of 1812—are part of the Valiants Memorial in Confederation Square in Ottawa.
•Major-General Sir Isaac Brock was appointed to the Order of Bath for his success in the capture of Detroit, but died at the Battle of Queenston Heights before learning of his new honour.
•While Tecumseh is the best-known Aboriginal leader of the War of 1812, Mohawk War Chief John Norton often led more warriors into battle.

Economic consequences
•Throughout the War of 1812, many gunboats and large warships were constructed at the Kingston Naval Yard, an important British warships building facility on Lake Ontario. Other dockyards were located in York (Toronto); Amherstburg, in Upper Canada; and Île aux Noix, on the Richelieu River in Lower Canada.
•During the War, the British and Americans issued "letters of marque," which allowed private ship owners to become privateers to prey on enemy commercial shipping. Many ship owners made a fortune selling the ships and cargoes they captured.

Other interesting facts
•The British purposely chose to dress their soldiers in red coats so they could be seen by the enemy from a long distance. Enemies had to wait until the redcoats were 100 metres away before shooting at them with the day's inaccurate firearms. Untrained foes were intimidated by the advancing redcoats, usually overestimating the size of the advancing British force.
•Many of the Upper Canadian militiamen who helped defeat American invasions were recent American immigrants to Upper Canada.
•In Lower Canada (Quebec), French-Canadian militia played a vital role in defending Canada against invasion – most notably at the battles of Chateauguay and Crysler’s Farm where numerically superior American forces were defeated and the capture of Montreal prevented.
•Without the alliance with First Nations during the war, the defence of Canada would probably not have been successful. First Nations played instrumental roles in many important victories including Michilimackinac, Detroit, Queenston Heights, Beaver Dams, Chateauguay and Crysler’s Farm.
•In Canada, many Black volunteers fought in the defence of Canada fearing that the invading Americans would return them to slavery. One notable unit was the “Coloured Corps” which fought at Queenston Heights and was partially made up of persons who had escaped slavery in the United States.
•The defeat of the American invasion would not have succeeded without the combined efforts of the British army and Royal Navy, assisted by English- and French-speaking militiamen and First Nations allies.
•The Treaty of Ghent did not immediately end the war. It did not come into effect until it was ratified. Since overseas communications were slow and carried by boat, it took several weeks for the document to reach the United States, where it was ratified on February 16 and came into effect on February 18, 1815. In the meantime, battles were fought in New Orleans and at Fort Bowyer, in Alabama.
•There were no anaesthetics during the War of 1812. Many soldiers wounded in battle had arms and legs amputated by army surgeons while being held down firmly as the limb was cut off with knives and saws. To prevent the injured man from biting through his tongue in pain, a lead musket ball or bullet was held between his teeth. The phrase "biting the bullet" originates from this practice.
•A trip from England to Canada that takes several hours today by plane, could take as long as three months by sea in 1812.
 

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Why do you keep bring up the war of 1812 when you got your asses kicked? I guess you Canucks must like being losers or something. That would explain a lot.

As far as our late entry into WWII, I suppose we were just tired of finishing all the shit that Europe started, especially Britain and France's part in creating WWII from the idiotic and petty treaty of Versailles that practically forced Germany into war. I know this, if it weren't for the Treaty of Versailles, Hitler never would have stood a chance of coming to power and WWII never would have happened. Both Britain and France had it coming and they each deserved what they got for being completely, utterly stupid. And we're just as stupid for getting ourselves involved in that sort of insanity.

The Europeans started WWI and we had to go help finish it, then we had to do it all over again for WWII.

Maybe we should just let Europe stew in their own shit for a change, just like we should for the Middle East. With all of their so called history and humanity, they still haven't figured much out. When are they ever going to learn to THINK and learn from their mistakes? The idiots are still trying to make socialism work and you know what Einstein said about insanity. How many failures does it take for pity sake?
Your WWII response is the typical American nonsense excuse for screaming out loud for the entire world to hear : IN AMERICA WE ARE PACIFISTS
That is something to be ashamed of just like invading Canada in 1812, another shameful event in American history.

- you guys had slaves - we freed them welcoming them as free citizens in Canada

- you were agressors in 1812 (but screaming loud pacifists in WWI AND WWII) :rolleyes:

- we fought start to end of WWI and WWII won both and won 1812

- we welcomed all your draft dodgers who chose not to be aggressors in Vietnam

Canada evolved as a kinder gentler more open and accepting place than America, it is what it is.

UNWAVERING TROOF!^^^^ is unlike propaganda!!! Not sure why you deny history and try to put a positive spin on Americas shameful mistakes to make yourself look/feel better. You also have boatloads of proud unselfish history as well but bringing that up is hardly throwing jabs my friend.
 

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I think it's important to remember just who started all that slavery shit. It was the British, knothead.

I wish to fuck you'd kept all the damn draft dodgers up there with the rest of you fuckstick lefties, especially that asshole of a coward Clinton. If I had my way, we'd ship the whole lot of the worthless shits up there and let you have em.

Too bad for you we didn't keep Canada. You'd have been better off but I suppose we didn't want all those mosquitoes and frozen ground and kept the best for ourselves.

BTW I don't pretend to be a pacifist and I'm also a Vietnam vet.


Your WWII response is the typical American nonsense excuse for screaming out loud for the entire world to hear : IN AMERICA WE ARE PACIFISTS
That is something to be ashamed of just like invading Canada in 1812, another shameful event in American history.

- you guys had slaves - we freed them welcoming them as free citizens in Canada

- you were agressors in 1812 (but screaming loud pacifists in WWI AND WWII) :rolleyes:

- we fought start to end of WWI and WWII won both and won 1812

- we welcomed all your draft dodgers who chose not to be aggressors in Vietnam

Canada evolved as a kinder gentler more open and accepting place than America, it is what it is.

UNWAVERING TROOF!^^^^ is unlike propaganda!!! Not sure why you deny history and try to put a positive spin on Americas shameful mistakes to make yourself look/feel better. You also have boatloads of proud unselfish history as well but bringing that up is hardly throwing jabs my friend.
 

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I think it's important to remember just who started all that slavery shit. It was the British, knothead.

I wish to fuck you'd kept all the damn draft dodgers up there with the rest of you fuckstick lefties, especially that asshole of a coward Clinton. If I had my way, we'd ship the whole lot of the worthless shits up there and let you have em.

Too bad for you we didn't keep Canada. You'd have been better off but I suppose we didn't want all those mosquitoes and frozen ground and kept the best for ourselves.

BTW I don't pretend to be a pacifist and I'm also a Vietnam vet.
I am no leftie Dick, I was a hockey enforcer in my youth and loved fist fighting on the ice and riding crotch rockets to the absolute limit of my skills. You know I just like to throw a couple jabs at you BECAUSE you throw back. Try living up here, to peaceful for my adrenaline junkie personality. I have more of a stereotypical American personality than a stereotypical Canadian except now that I am old I am absolutely harmless. The running joke here is to tease the fck out of the Americans about kicking their asses in 1812, which we did whether you care to admit it or not (injuns and freed slaves helped us to boot adding insult to injury for you). Canada has never had slaves so you and the Brits are equally shameful on that one, we freed oppresssed slaves and welcomed Americans who didn't want to go to war as aggressors. You lost Vietnam and 1812 as aggressors whether you care to admit it or not, the rest of the world knows the truth and in America wives tales and misinformation have always been the order of the day (de-nile its more than a river).

Watch your president say America is pacifist 1:35 on in the video


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QCh8_6KxDs

BTW being in de-nile of well documented history and being arrogant about it to boot is why me thinks the rest of the world (except most Canadians) hates America. Nobody wants to kill innocent Canadians on mass, reflect on that for awhile and it will make sense. We have never been the aggressors in any war so nobody hates us. We welcome the oppressed so nobody hates us. Our history is one of peace, tolerance and acceptance which explains why we are loved worldwide and you guys are despised.
Your only real friends in the entire world are Canadians, we welcome you guys here with open arms like no other country in the world does because we are good neighbours and know the true unselfish heart of our American cousins. We like you in spite of yourself and that's a real friend.

BTW we have to do this in person just don't hit me, I bleed easy now.;):)

I don't care what you say about Canuckistan fcksticks Dick cause your my kind of guy. You have that go fck yourself American attitude which I find enlightening and can respect. If you liked the chronic I would put you on my xmas card list.:lmao::xsmokin1:
 

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What makes you think everyone hates American's? They all just fuckin love our aid and money plus we're the best damn gun dealers on the block, bar none. Besides what would all the drug runners do without America? You know they love us.

You just know we'll go home because of all those damn skeeters ya got up there.
 
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