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Steadfast Muslims cause fear in the enemies hearts. And I don't know who these men were in the article but man those men chose to live and die like lions. That's why I laugh at Indian Hindus who think they can win a war against us and I laugh more at our own Pakistani liberals who think we would lose to India in an all out war.

"Two hundred yards further the full force of the fire, artillery, Maxims and rifles, had burst on them. In places desperate rushes to get on at all costs, had been made by devoted, fearless men. In such places the bodies lay so thickly as to hide the ground. Occasionally there were double layers of this hideous covering. Once I saw them lying three deep. In a space not exceeding a hundred yards square more than four hundred corpses lay festering. Can you imagine the postures in which man, once created in the image of his Maker, had been twisted? Do not try, for were you to succeed you would ask yourself, with me: ‘Can I ever forget.’

I have tried to gild war, and to solace myself for the loss of dear and gallant friends, with the thought that a soldier’s death for a cause that he believes in will count for much, whatever may be beyond this world. When the soldier of a civilised power is killed in action his limbs are composed and his body is borne by friendly arms reverently to the grave. The wail of the fifes, the roll of the drums, the triumphant words of the Funeral Service, all divest the act of its squalor, and the spectator sympathises with, perhaps almost envies, the comrade who has found this honourable exit. But there was nothing dulce et decorum about the Dervish dead. Nothing of the dignity of unconquerable manhood. All was filthy corruption. Yet these were as brave men as ever walked the earth. The conviction was borne in on me that their claim beyond the grave in respect of a valiant death was not less good than that which any of our countrymen could make."

Winston Churchill.
 

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Steadfast Muslims cause fear in the enemies hearts. And I don't know who these men were in the article but man those men chose to live and die like lions. That's why I laugh at Indian Hindus who think they can win a war against us and I laugh more at our own Pakistani liberals who think we would lose to India in an all out war.

"Two hundred yards further the full force of the fire, artillery, Maxims and rifles, had burst on them. In places desperate rushes to get on at all costs, had been made by devoted, fearless men. In such places the bodies lay so thickly as to hide the ground. Occasionally there were double layers of this hideous covering. Once I saw them lying three deep. In a space not exceeding a hundred yards square more than four hundred corpses lay festering. Can you imagine the postures in which man, once created in the image of his Maker, had been twisted? Do not try, for were you to succeed you would ask yourself, with me: ‘Can I ever forget.’

I have tried to gild war, and to solace myself for the loss of dear and gallant friends, with the thought that a soldier’s death for a cause that he believes in will count for much, whatever may be beyond this world. When the soldier of a civilised power is killed in action his limbs are composed and his body is borne by friendly arms reverently to the grave. The wail of the fifes, the roll of the drums, the triumphant words of the Funeral Service, all divest the act of its squalor, and the spectator sympathises with, perhaps almost envies, the comrade who has found this honourable exit. But there was nothing dulce et decorum about the Dervish dead. Nothing of the dignity of unconquerable manhood. All was filthy corruption. Yet these were as brave men as ever walked the earth. The conviction was borne in on me that their claim beyond the grave in respect of a valiant death was not less good than that which any of our countrymen could make."

Winston Churchill.
War needs money and strategy. If we were so fierce we wouldn't have been colonized and fighting over borders.
 

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War needs money and strategy. If we were so fierce we wouldn't have been colonized and fighting over borders.
Make money, make money, make money

Money is power, cash is king

Days of romanticizing warriors is over, now big boys do some nerdy crap to get thier point across...
 

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Make money, make money, make money

Money is power, cash is king

Days of romanticizing warriors is over, now big boys do some nerdy crap to get thier point across...
Now its gone on to psychological and technical warfare and fifth generation and such. Its all mind games nowadays.
 

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Coward dies running. Fiercest die fighting and the smart fighter wins.

Today smart fighter is using technology. Which needs R&D. Which requires money. Rest you can figure out.
 

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Technology is making fierce warriors obsolete. Start making fierce robot warriors.
 

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Being a fierce fighter is one thing, being cunning and controlling the world system is another, the westerners have done the latter effectively we are mere pawns, once we controlled the 7 seas now we are rock bottom. What is the use of being fierce warriors when we cant secure our countries from invasion, loot, plunder.
 
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