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- Dec 18, 2021
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The first question you asked me was hard to distill. So I focused on the second question you asked me, "Thoughts?"It's not because I 'don't like to review the scope of history'.
It's because the subject (my post) was referencing the US bombing targets in Yemen and claiming that it was a 'de-escalation practice', and you in response posted that it reminded you how the US has kept the sea lanes open since 1797.
Copy and pasting historical blurbs isn't an answer to the question I asked you. It's not really a great way to answer any question, to be honest.
"Thoughts?", I gave you thoughts as an answer because that was the question I could distill. .
About that first irrational question:
"Maybe you could also tell me what you do when the enemy ships weapons used to slaughter 10's of thousands of your neighbors in a bordering country and take their land and navigates right past you to do it?"
That question is both implausible and moot. At no point has this forever struggle been a war at sea, strictly a land thing.
No merchant ships that I'm aware of carry weapons that have the range or the power to bombard a distant shore line.
Until they started shooting at the merchant ships. no one was shooting at their missiles with warships to make them stop it.
You mentioned "historical blurbs" I don't think there is such a thing unless you're talking about blurbs which just happen to be for historical books.
This is a blurb, it also happens to be historical, it's old. Beyond that a blurb has nothing to do with history. It's an advertisement for something which is published to be sold to readers.
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