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Clarifying list of 'approved' weapons

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Clarifying list of 'approved' weapons

All our weapons in the U.S. are civilized. It's OK to use the ones on "our" list. Destroy as you will, if it's on the list, it is OK. The list justifies your attack on people -- old ones, young ones, women, children, men, bad, good, dreamers.

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If it's on the approved U.N. list of appropriate destructive apparatus you and your destructive society are approved in the humane ways of solving political issues and are covered under international law. You need not worry for a Security Council vote. If however you deem fit using chemical weapons devised in countries like the U.S. and Russia and China you will be spanked by the "Insecurity Council" (United Nations).

Approved weapons to use: Those made in the U.S. that are approved; those made in Russia that are approved; those made in China that are approved. Examples of approved weapons: tanks, bombs, aircraft carriers, B-1, B-2, B-199 bombers, drones, subs, smart bombs, dumb bombs, bombs with radar, bombs with GPS, bombs with Facebook.

The only weapons you can't use are the "chemical weapons" you paid the U.S., Russia and China for. And the nuclear one we used in Japan.

What is so hard to understand?

Joe Meciej

Geneva

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