Marines land in Darwin

Marines land in Darwin

There are 171 comments on the Yahoo! story from Apr 3, 2012, titled Marines land in Darwin. In it, Yahoo! reports that:

The first detachment of 200 US Marines has arrived in Australia to undertake training across the Top End for the next six months.

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Jake Bradock

Robina, Australia

#168 Apr 15, 2012
I'm heading down to Darwin on vacation later in the year. Can't wait to get some gay action from those sexy marines, especially the big muscular black guys with huge donkey d!cks
from wank oliver.

Your kidding arn`t ya? no Marine would go near you with access the good ole Aussie blond.
swallow me big black knob

Boardman, OR

#169 Apr 15, 2012
Hopefully a few negros will take a gin or two home with them.
Jake Bradock

Robina, Australia

#170 Apr 15, 2012
For what? to keep the flys off the food ?
Ben Baboo

Brisbane, Australia

#171 Apr 16, 2012
Amreeta wrote:
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Beta meray pass aa tujay prctcly chod k sikhata hn , thuri teri smj ma nai aay gi.
Flabsozzil- bazle , mogplaptador brown bog on ur plate. Harbash ming plop , greusome flabstog.
new_Australian

Modbury, Australia

#173 Aug 2, 2012
RattleCattle wrote:
I think we shoild disband the military and let someone take us over and see how the rest of the world feels
Probably just fine. We were not asked; the matter was not debated. It was years in the making, because the Australian unit which was removed from Darwin came into this 'hood, but nobody told anybody they were making room for Americans. It was sprung on us. So far so good.

Then came Obama and his 'and we're here to stay', saying that so arrogantly that we do not seem to be eligible to have a say over how long foreign troops are on our soil. Surely it is not up to him how long?

In the Australian fora people were then questioning if this could cost us money. No, some writers who seemed to be knowledgeable said, they even pay for their own ammunition. But now it emerges that the cost structure has not been finalised 'and who pays for their training'. Excuse me? You pay for your own training, which is jungle warfare apparently. The war theatres in the planning, Syria and Iran, do not have any jungle last time I looked.

The American military exists to protect the business of American corporations, especially those who suck money out of the US economy and public purse to hoard it in the Cayman Islands. And we are to pay for this? The economies will not recover unless large unproductive expenditure like the military machine is reduced.
new_Australian

Modbury, Australia

#174 Aug 2, 2012
'Fine' does not refer to your 'take us over', only to how we'd feel with less of your military.
new_Australian

Modbury, Australia

#175 Aug 2, 2012
John wrote:
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Big yawn.
Not so much a yawn when you consider we have to pay for the troops.

For the Okinawa troops the Japs pay 75 %, which was somewhat justifiable when it was established when Stalin was still in the Kremlin. Germany used to pay 100 %, maybe still does. Consequently, four months after they arrived in Darwin, they are now 'negotiating' that Aussies pay for the training of foreign troops.

The troops and the forthcoming unknown costs were sprung on Australia and are 'here to stay'(Obama) so naturally we are upset. Is this democracy?

The crime rate is of interest as US soldiers never have to face justice where they commit crimes. They are above the law and simply transferred, just like the priests.

Someone who seemed to know said on TV last night that even if the presence were increased and we would build them a billion Dollar base, the local economy outside night clubs would not benefit as they would buy duty free in their PX. I remember that from Frankfurt and Berlin, you never see them in the shops or caf├ęs.

It is not so much the presence of these guys that is upsetting but the conditions.
rattlecattle

Casselberry, FL

#176 Aug 2, 2012
Where wil the US Military Empire land troops next?

Who will our high tech savages bomb next?

The USA is broke and living on lies

USA go home guard the corpses in your own country
Chueng

Waterford, Australia

#177 Aug 2, 2012
darwin please listen to Colin Barnett...
thor

Bentley, Australia

#178 Aug 3, 2012
MexYankee wrote:
That was fast, Marines dont waist time!
yeah it only took them 63 years !,its thier waist that slows them down / fat and useless !

Since: Oct 11

Kingston, Canada

#179 Aug 3, 2012
thor wrote:
<quoted text>yeah it only took them 63 years !,its thier waist that slows them down / fat and useless !
Next time you see a marine, tell him he's fat and useless! Don't worry you have national health!

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