Discussion in 'Politics' started by ginscpy, Sep 11, 2012.
people forget that on the anniv of 9/11.
Ginsoaked, you are one dumb fuck. The Japanese attacked a military installation with uniformed military personel in clearly marked airplanes. It was an act of war, not a terrorist attack. A stupid and heinous attack, but a act of war, none the less.
Pearl Harbor was an act of war because the Japanese scheduled their deceleration RIGHT BEFORE pearl harbor, but failed to do so and end up announcing their declaration an hour or few after the fact.
So if you attack first then declare war it's a act of war well that's one way to look at it.
That's like a killer sending the victim's widow a note-after-the-fact.
Pearl Harbor was a sneaky unmitigate terror attack during negotions - not a legal act of war.
Best favor they could have done.
When would the USA have entered WW2 withou tPH?
The 2 A-Bomb attacks were acts of war.
Care to point out the declaration of war on Iraq?
Did someone post that they were not?
I've heard lots of America-haters say the A-bomb attacks were terrorism.
No more so than the firestorm attacks on cities by all antagonists in the war.
Separate names with a comma.