Werewolf wrote: You bark at the wrong wolf my friend.
And i aggree with Airbornewolf, this is the exact same thing with US and Brits in germany, they behave like subhumans, like barbars that kind of find it glorious to humilate, to use voilance, rape and vandalism against countries they are in, while the countries (Vassals) are protecting them, they are untouchable by german law. They do not report this in MSM, because that would be bad for the NATO reputation. There are over 200 murders and hundreds of cases of vandalism, rape and other crimes connected to US/UK soldiers, behave like savages.
We had only two interactions with US personnel in this berg in over a decade, both interactions with sailors from US Navy ships on port call.
The first one was short and not unpleasant, two young officers overheard us speaking English near the central market one evening in a January. It was snowing pretty good, unusual for this village, and they simply wanted to know where they could buy the traditional Russian winter fir cover. We took them in to the market to an honest kiosk and got them set up. Pleasantries were exchanged, hats were tipped and we parted company.
The second one was about 3 years ago, may have been 4, in high summer. We were in City Center Park, walking our blue Sophia. An American FFG was on port call and there were a few groups of both officers and EM wandering around. My wife is quite pretty and quite small, 1.48 and 45 kilos soaking wet with a brick in each pocket, and looks about two decades younger than she is. As we walked past a group of 4 young sailors lounging and eating on a park bench two of them made some unusual remarks about my bride, our dog and me, the remarks being rather explicit in content and with some rather salty language. The looks on their faces was priceless when these two local baboons (their words, not mine) turned on them and in perfect English lit in to them like Godzilla with a s//t storm. I started by introducing myself using my equivalent US Army rank, E9, and proceeded to dress them down like they had never been dressed down before. When I was finished with them I turned them over to Ye'lean'chka and Sophia. My bride made me look like a saint. By the time she was finished the boys were almost on their knees begging forgiveness. At the very end two young officers came over to us at a goodly clip and asked if there was a problem. I told them no, there was no problem, we were simply talking. We ended up talking to the six of them for a short time and ended up telling them where to go and where not to go and what eateries had the best foods and where to get good souvenirs at fair prices for their visit. And I'll give the four young boys their due. When the officers wandered off all four of them apologized profusely to my lass, the apologies she accepted with a bit of a stern warning not to let their behavior happen again. She is one tough cookie.
When you have troops getting out of hand that shows a breakdown of your NCO and senior NCO cadre. It is that cadre that enforces discipline and proper decorum in public and private. It is that cadre that handles the vast majority of the problems with the troops and keeps most of the problems away from the officers so the officers can continue with their ruminations of the Grand Strategy. When the NCO cadre begins to break down it shows a much larger and systemic problem in the military organization of which they are a part. I have been aware of this problem in US armed forces for some years.
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