What about them shooting rescue dogs so that the trainers would be stopped from travelling during the newest restrictions?
@Bad Boi Jesus, 15 dogs, 10 were puppies. once a prison colony, always a prison colony.
@Mag3rPayne, I’m ready to go to war again. It’s been like a week now with no war
@Mag3rPayne, that's just Sydney. The rest of the country is g. Well Melbourne is
@Bad Boi Jesus, rip out the teeth and then the nails of whomever harmed them (double the pain for those that ordered it) with rusty and salted pliers then break every bone in their body and when they beg for death only then may you kill them there’s no justification for dog murder if there’s no room make some can’t don’t care do it anyways
Gallipoli, good show on Amazon if you want a Band of Brothers esque feel with WW1.
Pepper spraying 12 year-olds for not wearing masks outside while not wearing masks themselves, arresting teenagers and fining them $1000 for the crime of partying outside, and who could forget shooting several dogs intended to be rescues to prevent people from traveling outside
These people don’t know what the Western Australia flag looks like, ay?
Saying mate and having your entire country’s ecosystem want to murder you.
It’s ok. We let America think they “won” the war that they were in the least amount of time in.
@TheMediocreHulk, ummm we did win the war. Maybe the soviets could say they weren’t losing but even that’s debatable. All the other allied powers were getting pushed back til Japan fvcked it up for everyone.
Mock us for all the half assed wars since then. They’ve all been a clusterfvck
@TheMediocreHulk, which war are you talking about? Cant be the emu war.... unless america was secretly funding the emus... sounds like something wed do and explains why the emus won.
@TheMediocreHulk, WW1 was us genuinely "winning" the war for the allies just by getting involved. France and Britain were nearly bled dry of martial aged men fighting Germany and Germany was on her last legs but still was holding on and *generally* whopping the Allies butts despite fighting on two fronts for most of the war and basically holding Austro-Hungary together at the same time. When Russia bowed out, Germany had 30k relatively fresh and hard fighting men to reinforce their lines. They would have basically been able to hold on long enough defensively against the dwindling Allied strength had the Zimmerman Telegram not been intercepted for an Allied surrender, even as they were slowly starving to death themselves.
They were still strong enough that when the U.S. entered the war but troops hadn't arrived yet and they knew time was running out, they launched a daring offensive that nearly forced the surrender of France and ended the war.
@TheMediocreHulk, they just suffered from the same issues that plagued them in Russia in WWII, logistics. Their men were starving and falling unconscious as they marched west and approached the storehouses of French food and supplies. Had they managed to secure them, Paris would have fallen and the U.S. getting involved would have basically been moot/even if U.S. and British forces fought to a German surrender, they would have had much better terms because of their victory.
Once that offensive failed, they tried to hold on defensively for some kind of major victory on the defensive, but supplies wore too thin, a few months after U.S. troops arrived, they had to throw in the towel. But had we not gotten involved, they'd have played the defensive game and forced Allied surrender
Do people realise though it was like 3 dudes with just 2 guns though? Against like a few hundred emus? It was dubbed the emu war only because the guys were hired from the military. They assumed they could just fire into a huge crowd of them but they began to run into dozens of smaller herds making them much harder to target so they gave up after a month of only killing 500 or so
@downunderdoctor, this is actually cooler and explains the toughness (and idiocy) of us Aussies!