Frick air-to-ground weapons

Do any NGOs exist for the end to ground-attack/bomber aircraft like the OPCW exists for chemical weapons and ICBL exists for landmines?
Because air-to-ground weapons are honestly more horrific, destructive and cowardly than CBWs and all forms of mining combined. The ability for a couple dozen cowards loitering at 20,000ft to immolate or bury alive tens of thousands of civilians in a single night while facing next to no repercussions is abhorrent.
Surface-to-air missiles are the most moral weapons systems in the world as they exist solely to end the blight of the abomination that is ground-attack and bomber aircraft. If I could press a button that would magically destroy all air-to-ground attack capabilities of all air forces on earth, I absolutely would.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    yeah

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    no ship ?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      That has absolutely nothing to do with air-to-ground weapons.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Aren't you really just arguing against military aircraft in general?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Transport and reconnaissance are fine by me.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >cowardly
    when will third worlders understand that being cowards is a virtue in modern militaries

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Cowardice is never a "virtue."

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        what's the point of risking a soldier life only to show "bravery"?

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Looks like this goat fricker had his 14 year old, fourteenth cousin in law/1st cousin by blood relation get blown up at a "wedding" (actually military boot camp) by a drone

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Doesn't work since all nations and races have suffered at the hands of skyBlack folk.
      Cope harder skyBlack person lover.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    since we're living in fantasyland itt i want to see all ranged weapons banned
    i want to see melees with motorized halberds, pneumatic lances, and carbon fiber armor

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      "Weapons systems fired or dropped from aircraft" =/= "All ranged weapons"

      what's the point of risking a soldier life only to show "bravery"?

      Might as well use landmines and chemical/biological weapons then too, no?
      The trenches of WWI were more humane than the cities of the past 80 years.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Might as well use landmines and chemical/biological weapons then too, no?
        Landmines yes, chemical and biological weapons aren't worth it and just make it a pain for your own troops as much as the enemies' in addition to civlilian collateral. That's the reason they've been banned to begin with.

        Cluster weapons are based too, especially since modern clusters have super low failure rates that peaceniks gripe with about them.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >in addition to civlilian collateral
          Landmines and air-to-ground weapons excel at this more than CBWs.

          >landmines
          we do
          >chemical/biological weapons
          we don't use them because, unlike a conventional bomb, it leaves long lasting effects. How are you going to capture a city if deadly gas is in the air? and even if you do most civilians will be dead making the city useless.

          >we do
          There are 133 signatories to the Ottawa Treaty. The majority of the civilized world does not.
          >it leaves long lasting effects
          Depends on the chemical used.
          >How are you going to capture a city if deadly gas is in the air? and even if you do most civilians will be dead making the city useless.
          How are you going to capture a city when you turn it into a maze of rubble that hostiles and hide more effectively in? The Battle of Stalingrad went to the Russians in part due to Luftwaffe moronation.
          Also how is charred rubble and ruins any more useful than an empty but intact city?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Ottawa Treaty
            The protocol regulates, but does not ban, land mines. It prohibits the use of non-detectable anti-personnel mines and their transfer; prohibits the use of non-self-destructing and non-self-deactivating mines outside fenced, monitored and marked areas; prohibits directing mines and booby traps against civilians
            you still do use them just with more restrictions
            >Depends on the chemical used.
            indeed, but you also have to keep in mind that "chemical" weapons are somewhat unpredictable on what they will hit (wind is a huge factor) and their most useful trait is that they can deny an area for weeks (e.g. a munition plant) not really their deadliness.
            >How are you going to capture a city when you turn it into a maze of rubble that hostiles and hide more effectively in?
            what makes you think that a pile of rocks is more effective cover than a 3 storey building.
            >Battle of Stalingrad
            it's not ww2 anymore, germany did not have jdams, drones, gps guided arty, etc...
            >Also how is charred rubble and ruins any more useful than an empty but intact city?
            people are very expensive. you can rebuild a house in 3-4 months but rebuilding your demographics takes years. If you are the invading force you can't really force your population to move to a contested shithole city instead of living safely in their homes.
            Even if you could do that you can only move so much of your population before the migration starts damaging your economy.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >indeed, but you also have to keep in mind that "chemical" weapons are somewhat unpredictable on what they will hit (wind is a huge factor)
              The same can be said of air-to-ground weapons. Even "smart bombs" and "guided munitions" seem to have a habit of immolating orphanages and leveling hospitals.
              >their most useful trait is that they can deny an area for weeks
              It's also their ability to seep into heavily fortified positions without needing the firepower to actually destroy them.
              >what makes you think that a pile of rocks is more effective cover than a 3 storey building.
              Buildings are predictable and static; you can only pop out of a limited number of windows on a limited number of stories.
              Rubble is unpredictable and chaotic visual clutter. You can pop out from anywhere at any point.
              >it's not ww2 anymore, germany did not have jdams, drones, gps guided arty, etc...
              I was referring to the rubble and the defensive benefits it offered. If the Luftwaffe had left the city intact before the infantry and armor moved in, then they would have had an easier time.

              >and cowardly
              stopped reading there

              Coward.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                post hand

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >The same can be said of air-to-ground weapons. Even "smart bombs" and "guided munitions" seem to have a habit of immolating orphanages and leveling hospitals.
                GLONASS guided weapons are not smart weapons.
                most smart wepons don't miss. every chemical weapon can miss your taget by miles.
                >It's also their ability to seep into heavily fortified positions without needing the firepower to actually destroy them.
                modern guided munitions can do the same but better with bunker busters
                >Buildings are predictable and static; you can only pop out of a limited number of windows on a limited number of stories.
                Rubble is unpredictable and chaotic visual clutter. You can pop out from anywhere at any point.
                look at picrel and now go and look at some photos of rubble.
                in both cases is very hard to spot someone hiding but, after he fires, you will know the general direction of the enemy.
                A drone can fairly quickly spot where the guy hiding behind rubbles is and blast him from the sky, if you try to do the same at the guy inside the building he will just keep on moving between windows.
                >I was referring to the rubble and the defensive benefits it offered. If the Luftwaffe had left the city intact before the infantry and armor moved in, then they would have had an easier time.
                and if hitler didn't invade the soviet union he would have won the war.
                What ifs are useless, look at modern wars and you will see how guys with an rpg hiding inside intact buildings are a pain in the ass for any military

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >How are you going to capture a city when you turn it into a maze of rubble that hostiles and hide more effectively in? The Battle of Stalingrad went to the Russians in part due to Luftwaffe moronation.
            >Also how is charred rubble and ruins any more useful than an empty but intact city?
            Once you've razed a city your job is done. Raze every city. Capture nothing, only raze.

            URBUS DELENDA EST

            THE ONLY WALKABLE CITY I'M INTERESTED IN IS A FLATTENED ONE YOU CAN WALK STRAIGHT OVER

            The people with all the Guns present... TOTAL CITY DEATH!

            Kill Cityoids. Behead cityoids. Roundhouse kick a cityoid into the concrete. Slam dunk a cityoid baby into the trashcan. Crucify filthy urbanites. Defecate in a cityoid's food. Launch cityoids into the sun. Stir fry cityoids in a wok. Toss cityoids into active volcanoes. Urinate on a cityoids bicycle. Judo throw cityoids into a wood chipper. Twist cityoid heads off. Report cityoids to the IRS. Karate chop cityoids in half. Curb stomp pregnant urban cityoids. Trap cityoids in quicksand. Crush cityoids in the trash compactor. Liquefy cityoids in a vat of acid. Eat cityoids. Dissect cityoids. Exterminate cityoids in the gas chamber. Stomp cityoid skulls with steel toed boots. Cremate cityoids in the oven. Lobotomize cityoids. Mandatory abortions for cityoids. Grind cityoid fetuses in the garbage disposal. Drown cityoids in sewers. Vaporize cityoids with a ray gun. Kick old cityoids into subways. Feed cityoids to alligators. Slice cityoids with a katana.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >landmines
        we do
        >chemical/biological weapons
        we don't use them because, unlike a conventional bomb, it leaves long lasting effects. How are you going to capture a city if deadly gas is in the air? and even if you do most civilians will be dead making the city useless.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >and cowardly
    stopped reading there

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    alright, what blew up this time?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      See

      https://i.imgur.com/LjuyRd2.jpg

      Doesn't work since all nations and races have suffered at the hands of skyBlack folk.
      Cope harder skyBlack person lover.

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