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Solution to the gaza flotilla

Reader comment on: What Really Happened on the Gaza 'Freedom Flotilla'

Submitted by Edgard DeBruycker (Japan), Jun 4, 2010 19:44

I think a simple unbloody solution to the invasion by activist would be to fire a shot infront of their bow and warn them to return or follow you to your port, if they don't comply either have your frog men commandos attach explosives to the rudder, or just fire a rocket from a Helicopter. Then tow them to port inspect, unload their cargo, repair their rudder (free of charge?) and send them on their way.


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Jun 9, 2010 03:47

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Excellant explanation of this "flotilla" fiasco! [143 words]

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Jun 2, 2010 14:52

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