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    • #125840
      RobRoy
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        I’m sure this has been mentioned before in our circles but Business Insider ran it yesterday so I thought I would post it. What I thought remarkable about it was that the Russians deciding to include in the later years of instruction discussions on Kalishnikov’s late in life regrets, meaning they expect their children to become adults. Compare that to America’s Lib/Con game which is destroying us step by step I will say good on the Russians.
        https://www.businessinsider.com/russian-students-taught-how-to-assemble-ak47s-in-themed-lessons-2019-10

      • #125867
        Robert Henry
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          The lessons include everything from reading books written by Kalashnikov to comparing his well-known rifles with American M-16s. In some schools, students will learn to assemble and disassemble the Russian assault rifle at speed.

          Sounds like part of our K4- 12th grade lesson plans at our house.

          And no well rounded education is complete without one snow day in 14 years being made into a range trip so we can train in the snow and ground fight! And who wants to miss Junior and Senior year trips to Max Velocity Tactical! LOL

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        • #125943
          Pewtin
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            The Russians were also spotted studying.

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          • #125953
            RobRoy
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              Robert you have outdone the perfidious Russkies.

              • #125957
                Pewtin
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                  @robroy
                  I think its arguable to say, that during the last 10 years more or less, US has been more perfidious towards Russia than Russia towards US.

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              • #125961
                Robert Henry
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                  The Russians were also spotted studying.

                  Nice!!!

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                  Lost my MVT class list- been here a time or two :)
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                • #125962
                  RobRoy
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                    @robroy
                    I think its arguable to say, that during the last 10 years more or less, US has been more perfidious towards Russia than Russia towards US.

                    The “US” is them not me, yeah I’m an American but I am not “elite” the elite basically consisting of scum bag looters who privatize the profits and the stooges bear the cost. As for Russia let them stay on their side of the isle.

                  • #126052
                    Robert Henry
                    Participant

                      For anyone else that was also wondering-

                      In the context of war, perfidy is a form of deception in which one side promises to act in good faith (such as by raising a flag of truce) with the intention of breaking that promise once the unsuspecting enemy is exposed (such as by coming out of cover to attack the enemy coming to take the “surrendering” prisoners into custody). Perfidy constitutes a breach of the laws of war and so is a war crime, as it degrades the protections and mutual restraints developed in the interest of all parties, combatants and civilians.

                      Or in Southern language- “de full of sheeet, don’t trust em!” :good:

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