@EmergencyMan, are you legally allowed on this app?
@FullMetalAlcoholist, careful if you meme on him too hard they might throw him in jail lmao
@EmergencyMan, didn't the UK literally ban memes?
"They can't predict our next move if even we don't know it!" - Some Founding Father Probably
@PoliticalOtters, “They don’t follow their own rules in combat!”
-foreign military training guide
*outdated hunting equipment and the French army
@Truthcat, France definitely deserves at least some recognition in helping us win. I think Spain and the Netherlands chipped in a bit too but France was really our biggest ally
@Sexy Homunculus, And the US continues to treat the French with appreciation and respect, like all its international allies.
@Truthcat, and that crazy guy with a pirate ship
@Sexy Homunculus, There was also a Polish fort designer and a German guy that didn't speak English.
@WifitheRouter, and an adopted Chinese daughter, talking pigeon, and the ghost of the Marquis of Queensbury
@Truthcat, How could you forget the world champion boxer?
@Link Silverblade, He got out of the mystery business after he solved all the mysteries
+ “with attitude”
@PBnJ, go go founding fathers!!!
To be fair the first “war” wasn’t actually seen as a war, Britain got bored of us and focused on France. 25 years later they realized that we actually thought we won, and they invaded. I don’t have an explanation for how we won that one tho.
@Hackerman, *looks at treaty of paris*
@Killing instincts , I got that from my world history class. Don’t got any sources but I could probably find something if I tried too. Sorry
Actually most of the British “Navy” was privateers that didn’t want anything to with the war because they only wanted to make money.
@RiffRaff, but it was a naval effort, though you are correct. They usually paid actual pirates and i believe they would sometimes even release pirate into conracts of similar nature too but i could be wrong there its been a while.
But in a similar manner, i believe the U.S. (and i would assune other do too at times) makes use of private security contracters. They arent being used to the same effecr or degree as the privateers were but its the same basic idea of paying a non-military person or persons for military actions
@Guy Fawkes, yes. They would issue letters of mark against anyone they didn’t want around. So if anyone wanted paid they would take a commission. The US also offered land to those who served to them.
I wish the British had won
Haha that's fine, you enjoy your trump. I'll enjoy my free health care, free education and gorgeous landscape #Scotland
Well we all know the answer to this one and that it lead to the greatest country in the world that sucks at picking presidents.
Long live liberty ! 🇺🇸
Well thats goes to show that logistics plays a huge role in wars.
Some drunk farmer. “Hey Hold my Beer, Ima show these boys a thing or two.”
Patriotism for the win
If the fake libertarians were alive back then they would be like:
RED LIVES MATTER
IF YOU DON'T LIKE THE LAW, MAKE AN APPEAL TO HIS ROYAL MAJESTY TO CHANGE IT
IF YOU DON'T LIKE THE RED COATS, YOU CAN LEAVE
Because y'all are statist pussies
@The 911 Masturbator, I could be wrong but I believe there were people like that back then or at least people who acted similarly as in they were colonists but they were loyal to Great Britain but of course as I said before I could be wrong so don't quote me on what I said
@InsaneWorm, If I remember my US history courses correctly something like 30% of colonists actually wanted Great Britain to win and another 30% didn’t want anything to do with the conflict so it was literally just 40% of them who said “yeah we gonna make our own country now”