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The ideas of war makes me sick. I'm not Liberal or into PC culture But you don't have to be a leftist to be anti war. I hope this whole situation simmers down



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John2290 said:
PwerlvlAmy said:

Hell, its not just the women here. The men here are more feminine and girlish than the actual women nowadays. With the draft, men or women, were screwed lol

Yeah, If Nymeria gets drafted, god help the enemy.

 
For the Rhoynar!

Seriously though, I'm flattered, but I've trained with servicemen and they are on another level.  Good luck doing exercise with a full pack on.  I don't know how those guys keep going for miles without breaking stride with 60 pounds on their back.



This is what happens when 10 year olds play too much call of duty and lie about their age on vgchartz. Terrible topic.



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You've got to love threads by people who don't know enough to know they don't know what they're talking about.

World War 3 will not happen. Take a chill people kiddo and take a lap.



John2290 said:
PwerlvlAmy said:

Hell, its not just the women here. The men here are more feminine and girlish than the actual women nowadays. With the draft, men or women, were screwed lol

Yeah, If Nymeria gets drafted, god help the enemy.

Anyway, agreed with your other remarks mostly, it's a bit more than paranoia, in fact things haven't looked this bleak since 2001 from what I'm seeing however no majour power will willingly enter open conflict in this day and age unless there is a common threat and the closest to that is the little fat kid in east Asia...not much of a threat. As for "another proxy", well, the thing is it's the proxy battles in the middle east and Syria that are causing tensions to rise, another isn't going to alter anything on a global scale for better or worse. 

It's about that time again that we need to get showings of The day after across the country and the British version with the same goal, Threads, showing in Russia. I'd bet my willy that, those films had an effect on peoples view of Nuclear weapons back in the 80's and it's best we all not forget those effects and the cost they'd potentially have, today.

Phew....Rant end.

I still don't think its anything more than paranoia, but its mostly mainstream media that does that to people. They push the fear propaganda which makes people this way. There's more solid thoughts on why there wont be a ww3 from what other people said in this thread than solid ones based off why we WILL have ww3 imo



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HollyGamer said:

It's still debatable, usually dictator regime  can easily planted on the same country that adopt the same principal of government. Vietnam also has a lot corrupt leader.  Even in Indonesia CCP influence are very strong even thou they have different ideology.

There is no connection between Vietnam case and Dalai lama . Dalai Lama are considered  as central public figure in Tibetan religious community and their people, His attitude towards CCP , will make instabilize politic and civil unrest if he continue to exist in Tibet. And Vietnam is another different matter, it's more of vertical conflict and not horizontal conflict.

Falun Gong also another different matter, and cannot be use as sample to invade Taiwan. Taiwan is  an independent city that have economical power and political power, invading them will cripple the interest CCP had for Taiwan.  Falun Gong cults is just another protester  who don't have any political power in mainland.  That's why CCP build their own base in South China sea because it's hard for them to annexed and  invading Taiwan . Another reason CCP will not invade Taiwan because Taiwan will not able to declare independent from China , Taiwan is not a threat to CCP at all. If CCP invade Taiwan this will likely create more trouble for CCP in globally rather then leave it as it is. For now Taiwan is not threat to  CCP. 

It's still debatable ? LOL, not even China can put a leash on Indonesia (if they even can since it's a democracy) when they tried to cut into their 9-dash line so that's why the China does not want their neighbors independence because it creates a geopolitical competition ... (If you wanted an example of a "puppet state", you might want to take a look when Japan was occupying Taiwan during WWII) 

What does China get from staying on Vietnam's good side when it's arguably more profitable for them to draft an army to take over Vietnam ? (Vietnam isn't even a NATO country so they don't have to worry about strong allies either siding with them)

Sure there's no connection between Vietnam and the Dalai Lama but both are based upon the theme of independence and how that is threat to China's national security ... 

Taiwan has never claimed independence hence their "One-China policy" stance and they continue with the status quo of being a rogue province not risking the declaration of independence because of mainland China's repeated military threats. Taiwan only disagrees with the CPC being in power since they were exiled during the revolution, they don't want independence. What they want is to be in power again with their own government but Taiwan is getting arrogant when mainland China arguably has the bigger bargaining chip since it's far more powerful ... 



KingofTrolls said:
Pemalite said: I think people over-estimate Russia's capabilities.

Their technology by western standards is relatively outmoded all things considered.

Excuse me ? USA still uses Minuteman from 70's, also hardly anyone can  overestime 18K nuclear bombs.

I am of course talking about all the other facets to the American military capabilities like missile defense systems, early warning systems, information gathering... Satellites and so on.

I am not underestimating the devastation that allot of nuclear weapons can cause, but I am not going to overestimate how capable Russia fundamentally is... Because allot of the technology (Submarines and so on) that Russia uses as a launch platform is outdated by several decades.
That does push things in favor of the western world a little bit.

The Iron Dome for instance has proven to be extremely effective.

fatslob-:O said:

Meh, I don't expect China to ever eclipse the Americas and Europe combined simply because they are at a geographical disadvantage ... (hence their expansionist policies of reclaiming Taiwan and claiming the South China Seas for themselves over their Southeast Asia neighbors)

I'll take a wait and see approach on that front.
But I think China being more capable than either the United States or Europe is an eventual given though. - But more than both? That would be a tall order indeed.

fatslob-:O said:

I do not believe India will be a serious contender for at least until arguably the next century since many of their structural issues prevent them from having the same stable growth as China once did ... (the age of industrialism is coming to an end but China was lucky enough to profit off it so that it can serve as their new foundation for large potential markets like automation, pharmaceuticals and integrated circuits however, India's home grown talent in these areas of expertise is sorely lacking)

It really depends. (Your link it broken btw.)
I think with the trade war between the USA and China we may see a larger emphasis of manufacturing/trade with India... To early to call anything definitive though.
But it's hard to argue that India has the potential to beat China in almost every facet if it gets it's eggs in a row.




Let's go boys. We need a resetting. Time to test Humanity's tenacity again.



roadkillers said:
This is what happens when 10 year olds play too much call of duty and lie about their age on vgchartz. Terrible topic.

Too bad i am not 10 years old and don't like to play Call of Duty  



iron_megalith said:
Let's go boys. We need a resetting. Time to test Humanity's tenacity again.

We need to set the button so the new world will be more MOE