What are the advantages of sabotaging a ship inside a repair dock? Posted on May 13, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor What are the advantages of sabotaging a ship inside a repair dock?
Because the saboteurs were repairmen, they cut the cables over some sort of pay dispute (lmaoing at Bongland).
I would LMAO at whatever country you're from except you live in an irrelevant country unless its america or russia, in which case I have plenty other reasons to LMAO
they will fix the ship fine and britainnia will continue to rule the waves
In my country we pay our workers a living wage.
Take a look at this gay. Don't you know, the only way to get ahead is exploit the weak and burn the Dead. Just look to history.
I don't have a passport
Because I live in America
Which means that anybody whose labor isn't worth that much because they are unskilled is unemployable.
They earn nothing now. Good job.
Jesus Christ up in heaven the actual unironic seethe.
Celtic fans probably
My first instinct was Russians, but now I'm more convinced it was a disgruntled Scot.
Is there any other kind?
sometimes they can be outright angry
You keep the repair dock occupied for longer, delaying its ability to repair other ships.
Presumably the ship is vulnerable https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RFA_Fort_Victoria_bombing
Give me one good reason why the Type 26 is actually worth it.
If you are a manager at BAE, you'll make a lot of money and by the time public officials realize what happened you'll be far away.
It'll be the best submarine hunter on earth and will be operated by an island nation surrounded by oil and wind farms that are critical to Europe and underwater cables that the world replies on for the Internet.
USS BonHomme Richard docked for repairs in San Diego. Classified as a total Loss in 2020.
the most retarded part of the whole thing wasn't even the ship loss, it was the Navy subsequently making an ass out of their entire disciplinary structure by going after a random dude they found on camera... walking around. like all the other random dudes on board who also possessed functional legs.
they almost had him (unjustly) punished for it, too, but they went just far enough to require evidence they didn't have and the whole case unraveled as the sham it was once it got public attention, and now the entire Navy brass looks like an insecure clique of pissbabies (and the less public scrutiny they can accept, the more that image solidifies)
god forbid we punish the brass for negligent retardation
credentialism is a fucking disease, and it shows corruption doesn't just occur through embezzlement - if it's so difficult to get rid of incompetent higher ups because of their credentials you'd rather frame a grunt on his way to a sandwich FOR BURNING DOWN YOUR ENTIRE SHIP, you can't afford to let those credentials make your decisions for you if you want to keep competence. credentials IMPLY competence at BEST - they are not a shorthand for it or a sufficient measure of it to prioritize over the literal actions of the people in question, because competence manifests in action, not in pins on your jacket or titles you put on your CV
Back to leftypol, you cocksucking gay moron lover.
He's a mad britbonger. Insulting the navy is like insulting the royal family.
Hes insulting the fucking US navy though.
Pulling routed cables out of a complicated structure is a good way of fucking it. If the cable is critical and the path it traced complicated there is no other way but to deconstruct whatever it went through and reinstall from there. In other words requires rebuilding a significant volume chunk of (thing).
ease of access
Trady has a melty
>post about royal navy
>full of yank seethe
Yanks aren't awake anon, this is just generic Russoid seething.