Fat Mike on Episode II

Discussion in 'Norway' started by Machine, Jun 19, 2002.

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  1. Machine Jedi Knight

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    Nov 4, 2001
    star 1
    Har ikke lest det sjøl, men det er sikkert no dere kan diskutere.

    "Apparently, using human beings as cannon fodder is a perfectly legitimate
    strategy used by the "oh so moral" Jedi. Sure, the force is with them as they
    use thousands of innocent clones to do their dirty work. The so called evil
    doers led by Count Dooku use robots to fight their battles. Isn't that the more
    moral choice? I believe so.

    Just because clones all look the same (like the guy from Once Were Warriors)
    doesn't mean they don't have real feelings. Clones have feelings and hopes and
    dreams just like twins or triplets do. Fu.cking Yoda rounds all these innocent
    clones up and makes them fight a bunch of emotionless brainless droids. What
    next, Yoda gathers an army of clone suicide bombers? "I have a very bad feeling
    about this". Why don't the Jedi go back to what they know best, living in caves,
    and leave the genocide to Darth and Co."

    fat mike
  2. LightForce Jedi Padawan

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    May 21, 2002

    de hadde valget mellom å bruke clonene eller la droidene ta over uten kamp.
  3. Karoline Jedi Master

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    Sep 18, 2001
    star 4
    Hæren var laget for Republikken, Yoda bare så en sjanse til å redde resten av Jediene fra en nokså sikker død på Geonosis.
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