User Profile: Freedom.Fighter


Member Since: April 25, 2011


  • [1] July 23, 2014 at 10:45pm

    It is neat, but I don’t see the illusion. I remember seeing the same thing when learning about the properties is sines and cosines on the unit circle in trigonometry.

  • [2] July 21, 2014 at 8:27am

    @ Davis8

    So ignore the entire investigation from both sides? Yeah, that makes sense. I’m sure those on the Liberty aren’t biased or had some kind of omnipotent perspective, technical findings are irrelevant, records don’t matter, and the perspective from the other side doesn’t matter either. I think I will trust the inquiries findings unless you can present new evidence that hasn’t already been investigated in the Court of Inquiry. Also, not every survivor believe your conspiracy, so I would also have to be selective in those I talked to in order to reach your conclusion.

  • [6] July 21, 2014 at 8:18am

    Interesting opinion considering we would most likely would have lost the Revolutionary War without men like these. If con Steuben had not come and helped us actually organize or military training, we likely would not have won, much less have a military like ours today. In case you didn’t know von Steuben was the first real Dirll Sergeant of the US Army. Not to mention many others such as Marquis re Lafayette, or how we fought WW 1 in the beginning with the AEF and the Lafayette Escadrille with his namesake.

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  • [5] July 21, 2014 at 8:04am

    Yes, I can. Try reading the US Naval Court of Inquiry report as I have instead of conspiracy theories.

    “Israel apologized for the attack, saying that the USS Liberty had been attacked in error after being mistaken for an Egyptian ship. Both the Israeli and U.S. governments conducted inquiries and issued reports that concluded the attack was a mistake due to Israeli confusion about the ship’s identity.

    In May 1968, the Israeli government paid US$3,323,500 (US$22.5 million in 2014) as full payment to the families of the 34 men killed in the attack. In March 1969, Israel paid a further $3,566,457 in compensation to the men who had been wounded. On 18 December 1980, it agreed to pay $6 million as settlement for the final U.S. bill of $17,132,709 for material damage to the Liberty herself plus 13 years’ interest.[7]

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  • [1] July 21, 2014 at 7:35am

    You mean if America actually fought a war that made sense for a change?? These guys fought for something that makes sense to them. If the military was told to deploy along our borders and actually defend for a change then I might even re-enlist, but instead we’re spread out around the world and don’t even have a semblance of a coherent mission or intent.

  • [5] July 21, 2014 at 7:28am

    You are a pretty disgusting creature. So many things wrong in your post. First of all, what is America fighting and does it line up with what America should be fighting instead? If not, then one cannot simply just fight for America if they are against what that fighting entails. Secondly, are you referring to Israel squatting on land that they rightfully reside in? Land that wasn’t even being used or valued until they turned into the beauty that it is today? Lastly, when talking about the right to occupy someone’s land is really tricky since you have to ask, “where does it end; how far back do you go?” The Ancient Israelites were there before Muhammed even existed. Maybe we should preserve the land for the Hittites from around there since they were there first. Might be a while though…

  • [-4] July 21, 2014 at 7:22am

    Who will we be fighting? Does your rally only include fighting for religion?

  • [3] July 21, 2014 at 7:21am

    I don;t think we can be certain of that since good works and intentions are not enough, but I sincerely hope they made it.

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  • [6] July 21, 2014 at 7:20am

    USS Liberty was an accident. The Israeli’s admitted the mistake and have paid out the nose for the families of those that died. How is that relevant?

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  • [7] July 21, 2014 at 7:19am

    One must be in the military to be a patriot? That would be a sad definition considering how many patriots never served in that way. Heck, some of my favorite presidents didn’t. I know many in the military that I’ve served with that have what I would call blind patriotism not questioning anything. In my opinion, that is even worse.

  • [20] July 21, 2014 at 7:16am

    Here’s a thought LARVPATRIOT, maybe they went to fight for something they rally believe in. I have been in the Army since 2005 to 2013. I am sorry to say that I didn’t really believe in any of our missions, but I did my job and I was good at it. I envy them for really fighting for something that they feel is worth it. I really wished I knew what that felt like. That said, I have no family in Israel and it’s not my war so I’m glad we’re not there, but I would never tell someone off for doing it on their own. Heck, that’s similar to how we fought WW 1 in the beginning with the American Expeditionary Force.

  • [5] July 14, 2014 at 10:45pm

    Why would you generalize fellow soldiers based in their military occupational specialty? I was Intel and I was damn good at my job even if I had to put up with some from other occupational specialties that were a bit slow. No matter your job, it is part of your duty to help each other do theirs. No one is more important than the other so cool the ego.

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  • [2] June 30, 2014 at 11:44pm

    It’s deceptive click-bait headlines like the one used for this article that are really getting old on here. Please, don’t follow the practices of lesser publications. It’s getting to the point where I may stop visiting this site completely and I have been with TheBlaze from the beginning.

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  • [10] June 16, 2014 at 7:10pm

    Soooo.. They can’t figure out where congestion is using just their own eyes??

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  • June 13, 2014 at 6:54am

    @ The-Monk. I think the trac phone data is accessible in terms of the signals you give off so if they listen to your conversations and read your texts and use pattern analysis on your locations, then I think they can filter it down to your identity.

    Not that this is full-proof, but I use a WiFi only phone plan and use hotspots including a mobile one that I own to communicate. At least no cell signals with voice to listen in on. Only data packets.

  • [25] May 21, 2014 at 7:43pm

    I agree that there is fear mongering, but having worked in an intel agency for a while, I know that it would be certain death to ignore the growing threats.

  • May 5, 2014 at 1:08pm

    @ DLV Out of curiosity, why don’t you believe in the Big Bang Theory? I think it is one of the most wonderful scientific theories for Christians since it coincides with the creation story so well. Sciencentells us that something can never come from nothing, but the evidence points to the fact that the whole universe did. It points to God as a cause. For an atheist to believe in the Big Bang, they have to admit to believing in the miracles and the supernatural.

  • [1] April 29, 2014 at 1:42pm

    @ JROOK
    Whatever happened to the punishment fitting the crime? I can see them auctioning off a chair or even a toaster to get $6.00, but her home? That’s so far over board that it’s sick.
    Personally, I’m a fan of the ancient Israelite law that said no matter what a person owes, you can never take their home. Taking someone’s home was considered the same as destroying the livelihood.

  • April 23, 2014 at 8:34pm

    One hardlygel also seems to conveniently leave out the fact that the military costs money and doesn’t make any. All of the reasons he listed as marks of success are reasons why I got the hell out. He acts like being a faceless number is a good thing. I want to have choices over my life not have some sort of socialist utopia or military choose for me.

  • March 17, 2014 at 7:28pm

    You folks do realize that the Big Bang Theory supports the Bible right? Read up on the history of the Big Bang and you’ll find that atheists fought the idea tooth and nail since it flies in the face of naturalism. Science says something can’t come from nothing, yet that is what the Big Bang Theory posits.