US plan to destroy USSR by denotating bombs in countries next to it. Watch

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anyone remember the name of this operation? i think its called SCI OP or somehting? i remeber hearing that norway was supposed to be the first to be blown up...lool and they were america's allies too...god america sucks. anyway...anyone rember the name?
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You could be confused with PsyOps.. Psychological Operations. Not related.

Are you sure it's a real, and not just something dreamed up by people who miss the Soviet Union in far too much of an unhealthy way?
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lol. I am not surprised. USA can do anything for their own safety and good.
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anyone remember the name of this operation? i think its called SCI OP or somehting? i remeber hearing that norway was supposed to be the first to be blown up...lool and they were america's allies too...god america sucks. anyway...anyone rember the name?
I believe it was called Operation BS. Where do you get this nonsense?
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Lol.. USA=EVIL.. Well one of the great Politicians and History Maker Jawahar Lal Nehru told his daughter in one of his letters from prison that "Empires grow rapidly, they become really strong and Big, then they become arrogant, and finally the collapse" .. oneday samething will happen with USA.. and sorry havent heard of that operation..
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I believe it was called Operation BS. Where do you get this nonsense?
my history teacher.
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That was a plan for the British, Americans and what was left of the German Army, to go straight into Russia to take out the soviets immediatley after WW2.

Pleased to say they didn't go through with it.
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my history teacher.
If this is true, then the only thing more surprising than your teacher saying this is you believing it. Are you two taking hits off the same bong before class?
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That was a plan for the British, Americans and what was left of the German Army, to go straight into Russia to take out the soviets immediatley after WW2.

Pleased to say they didn't go through with it.
BS. America still had good relations with the USSR when the War ended. No one even considered rearming Germany until '48.

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my history teacher.
Tell him to get a different job, hopefully one he's qualified for.
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BS. America still had good relations with the USSR when the War ended. No one even considered rearming Germany until '48.



Tell him to get a different job, hopefully one he's qualified for.
I beleived him because (a) recent declassified documents showed that the US had send nuclear weapons during the cold war era to numerous countries (other than turkey) (b) he mentioned this plan would be a LAST resort. (c) I wouldnt be surprised if the US did such a thing.
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BS. America still had good relations with the USSR when the War ended.
that sentence is not logical..
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that sentence is not logical..
he means the post war period, where the USSR and US did show temporary cooperation
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he means the post war period, where the USSR and US did show temporary cooperation
there is a phrase that "Enemy's enemy is friend" .. USA and USSR both were against eachother, but as they had a common enemy which was National Socialism, they had to co-operate within 1941-45.. although they were not happy to..
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(c) I wouldnt be surprised if the US did such a thing.
I would. Unless hitting the sides of Russia really would somehow make it sink into the sea..
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I would. Unless hitting the sides of Russia really would somehow make it sink into the sea..
i forgot the specifics of the plan, what i do solidly rember was the detonation of nukes around the world...
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(Original post by lovemachine)
I beleived him because (a) recent declassified documents showed that the US had send nuclear weapons during the cold war era to numerous countries (other than turkey) (b) he mentioned this plan would be a LAST resort. (c) I wouldnt be surprised if the US did such a thing.
The purpose of sending those weapons to countries neighboring the Soviet Union was to gain a first strike capability against the Soviet Union. It's a bit more efficient to launch a nuke at the USSR from Turkey than it is from the US. It also served as a deterrent against Soviet expansionism.

And why the hell would America bomb Russia's neighbors when it could bomb the Soviet Union itself?

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that sentence is not logical..
You might want to look up the events that led to the creation of the United Nations Organization.
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And why the hell would America bomb Russia's neighbors when it could bomb the Soviet Union itself?
it was something like deonating all of the US's weapons so no one had to suffer, something like that....it was a plan, and im sure it exists as i read an excerpt about it in.
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(Original post by lovemachine)
my history teacher.
Why am I not surprised.

It's not history, it's revisionism.
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it was something like deonating all of the US's weapons so no one had to suffer, something like that....it was a plan, and im sure it exists as i read an excerpt about it in.
You mean blowing up countries around the USSR would not lead to people suffering? :rolleyes: And what exactly would this accomplish?

This was never a plan. The only way it would be a plan is if your history teacher was the President. Luckily he isn't.
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(Original post by lovemachine)
it was something like deonating all of the US's weapons so no one had to suffer, something like that....it was a plan, and im sure it exists as i read an excerpt about it in.
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