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Default 10-21-2011, 12:11 AM

i never understood why gurkhas are considered "warriors," all these people are known for is working for foreigners, namely the british and all their praise comes from them lol
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Default 03-26-2012, 07:59 PM

You must understand, a Gurkha when he draws his blade in battle in front of men who wish to kill him or his brothers, British or Nepalese, cannot put his blade back until he has drawn the blood of the enemy. The fact he took the head of the enemy is not a strange occurred, the Gurkha's did the same many times against the Japanese in previous battles.

Im surprised that Afghan warriors do not understand the practice of taking the enemies head as a battle trophy?, do you not practice the same with captured infidels?, we are merely playing with the same rules and now it seems you are all upset about this, please explain to me why one rule exists for you and another for us?

Or better don't waste your time, because as the Ghurka's say, "Better to take an enemies head than a break from the battle...."
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Default 03-26-2012, 08:14 PM

^ afghan warriors don't understand working for foreigners and being proud of the fact. being a mercenary is shameful, attaching some warrior code to it is laughable.

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Default 03-26-2012, 08:20 PM

I don't even know if I should take your post serious. Is that a joke? You, warriors? Or more like British mercenaries?

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Default 03-26-2012, 10:00 PM

A slave that kills is still a slave. A slave that kills and is proud of it, thats just plain shamefuly stupid.
to fight for freedom with all odds against you, thats the warrior spirit.

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Default 03-26-2012, 10:57 PM

Gurkha warriors? Hiding behind the superior technology of your cowardic anglo masters, not fighting on even terms, even grounds, participating in the invasion and slaughter of innocents.....that is warriors? The British praised their loyal hunting dogs like the Gurkhas because they were good pets. Yet the British praised the Afghans without the Afghans selling themselves into bondage.

The Gurkha sword is yielded by enslaved cowards. The Afghan sword (TURRAY) has always been held by FREE and INDEPENDENT men of true honor and dignity. The Afghan challenges all the Gurkhas to stop hiding behind the skirts of the White man machines. Fight in the open, fight like men. Don't call your fighters jets and bombers when you are about to wet your pants. Your sword is only good for cutting grass maintaining your White overlord cricket field.

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