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Shooting to kill - how many men can do this?

Discussion in 'Military Multimedia' started by Darth Marr, Sep 22, 2017.

  1. Wolfpack

    Wolfpack Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    You didnt hear it in India,because we have a excellent support system in form of families,society and spirituality.
    It is similar to Medical students' disease (also known as second year syndrome or intern's syndrome) is a condition frequently reported in medical students, who perceive themselves to be experiencing the symptoms of a disease that they are studying.
    Likewise, aping western culture,we have people claiming to be Gays,different person trapped in a different body,sex and all the twisted perversions of West are springing up here.
    Psychiatry was only used on really mental patients in institutions earlier in India, nowadays you got sessions for every things and Shrinks are not complaining.:D
     
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    sangos Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    Its easy. Ancient mind trick called - dehumanization. Then killing is like breathing. Ex. US Prez jumping in joy upon getting news of millions of civilian 'J-a-p-s' killed in WW2. Guess even Chinggiz will squirm in his grave at that one. And then the US had the gall to say ' The bomb saved millions of lives...'...huh! So Japanese are dirt devils from hell and Westerners golden angels from you know where. Btw neither has the US apologized to Japan nor taken back their atrocious statements till this day. And what template do you think Trump is using when he talks about wiping NKorea from the face of the planet?!

    That said even a seasoned soldier can get cold feet. Ex. Arjuna, who could not kill a 'few people' among the enemy. Then you do the next level mind alteration - the Bhagawad Gita. Now thats one war manual to study:coffee:
     
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