View Poll Results: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?

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  • Afghanistan

    8 8.42%
  • Pakistan

    47 49.47%
  • Egypt

    3 3.16%
  • Saudi Arabia

    15 15.79%
  • Iraq

    0 0%
  • Israel

    13 13.68%
  • France

    1 1.05%
  • South Korea

    1 1.05%
  • Other

    7 7.37%
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Thread: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Pakistan, crazy and nukes just don't mix.
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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    Well ?, you really didn't think this poll out did you. ? (the ? no pun intended.)

    Afghanistan and Iraq were never American allies.

    Egypt use to be an ally until Obama threw Egypt under the bus.

    Libya was also an ally fighting Al Qaeda and radical jihadist until Obama also threw them under the bus.

    The United Kingdom was an alley for a hundred years until Obama disgraced the UK when one of his first action as POTUS was returning the bust of Winston Churchill that sat in the White House and returned it to the British Embassy.

    When Obama bowed from the waist to every monarch he came across pretty much lost respect by every world leader.
    Americans are never suppose to bow to Kings and Queens.

    Those allies of the past sixty years no longer trust America. Obama spies upon them and has thrown so many former allies under the bus, you can no longer trust America.

    But there is one ally who does trust Obama. MEXICO.
    Obama and the radical left wants to award 10% of Mexican nationals who violated America's sovereignty with amnesty, citizenship and a big welcome to the Democrat Party with free stuff.
    Funny thing,.....I don't remember agreeing with you this frequently...

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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    Pakistan, crazy and nukes just don't mix.
    I am afraid they do and it is very, very disturbing.

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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    Hey I know you've taken a one way trip to crazy-town, but the UK-US alliance has not ended due to a piece of artwork being moved in the White House.
    I don't think it has, but it was a smack across the old Chevy Chase...

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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Afghanistan and Iraq aren't really allies. Egypt is an extortionist, and the Paki's, well they're opportunists. SA probably right not fits the closest as untrustworthy ally/

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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Quote Originally Posted by Surtr View Post
    This is completely wrong. The alliance between us and South Korean is based on keeping the DPRK neutral, and by preventing China's fat ass from stealing another slice of the global pie. If they win, millions die, South Korea ceases to exist, and then Japan and the Philippines are next. Our presence there is completely necessary, not just for them, but for us as well.

    The only anti-American "undercurrents" are in the Arab/Turkish districts who are going to hate us regardless of what we do, and college towns full of extremely liberal kids who don't have any grasp on the reality of their situation. Their opinions mean jack **** to the USFK and ROK forces. Furthermore, the South Koreans aren't just our allies, they're our friends. So yes, it's worth it. It's worth every gallon of blood spilled to repel and destroy the North Korean forces, should they decide to do something stupid. If any member of the "axis of evil" should have been destroyed, it was Jong-Il. Saddam was a puppy dog compared to him, and his father, Il-Sung.
    Concur with this. I have a few buddies who have served over there and they said the locals are nothing but polite and respectful towards them.

    Also, great story, I was running the National Mall one day while visiting Marine Corps Base Quantico. I had run by the Vietnam Memorial earlier in the run and was pondering about how worthless Korea, Vietnam, and our current wars have been. When I arrived at the Korean War Memorial, there was a group of South Korean college students there. One of them had some sort of banner in her hand. Naturally I thought to myself "Great, these kids are probably going to leave some sort of anti-war, anti-America banner here." However, when they placed the banner up on the memorial it read "We will never forget the freedom you provided for us. Thank you American servicemen." I can't remember the name of the college that was on the banner. I want to say it was Korea University. It literally brought tears to my eyes to see that. I'll never forget that moment.
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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Pakistan. No doubt about it. They hid Bin Laden, still hide more terrorists, and abuse the money we give them to build up against India. Idk how our gov't can sit back and give that country the money that it does. Never mind, yeah I can.....
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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    I voted Afghanistan. Call me prejudiced but I think they are backwards too many centuries and are thus beyond reach sadly. To think they were civilized at one time before Russia occupied the lands!
    Idk about civilized. A few of the cities were somewhat civilized. That place is frozen in the 1700's man. Internet cafe's and a nightclub don't make a city civilized lol.
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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Pakistan by a country mile. Not even close.
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    re: Which US Ally is the Most Untrustworthy?[W:184:189]

    Quote Originally Posted by Spriggs05 View Post
    I think he has done worse.
    Why Barack Obama doesn't much care for Britain – Telegraph Blogs





    Barack Obama

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    and by far the worst




    To be honest, the special relationship is a thing of the past whilst the USA has a leader who has contempt for one of their longest and most faithful allies, whilst maintaining 10 Air Force bases in the UK, and using UK military bases around the world such as Diego Garcia. The Hypocrisy is incredible



    If the UK wants to dump its relationship with the USA and sign up with Russia that's fine with me.

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