Where will WWIII start? - Page 6




View Poll Results :Where do you think WWIII will start?
China/Taiwan 11 24.44%
Korea 4 8.89%
Eastern Europe 4 8.89%
Isreal/Palestine 5 11.11%
North Africa 1 2.22%
Russia 0 0%
Western Europe 2 4.44%
India/Pakistan 4 8.89%
South America 0 0%
Other 14 31.11%
Voters: 45. You may not vote on this poll

 
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Boots
 
February 3rd, 2005  
Sexybeast
 
Charge_7.....plz argue with facts , not with those werid speaking tones.........like saying u r older, u r more experienced shit....


actually China is facing the problem of terrioism too....in Xinjiang, there is just another bus got blowed up, 12 ppl died probably..
February 3rd, 2005  
Charge 7
 
 
You ask me to argue with facts yet you compare US to Hitler and Stalin. You talk about our press like it is in anyway related to your communist party dogeral. It is too damn funny to take you seriously. If you don't like my posts, then that means I'm doing the right thing
February 3rd, 2005  
Sexybeast
 
en...i didn't compare U.S to stalin or some bad thing ..

and i am in canada, and i dont watch some b******t and extremely baised channel like FOX...

and dont think everyhting in U.S is truth...perhaps u can explain to me why there is no WMD in iraq while ur government said there WAS???
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Boots
February 3rd, 2005  
gingerbeard
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Charge_7
You ask me to argue with facts yet you compare US to Hitler and Stalin. You talk about our press like it is in anyway related to your communist party dogeral. It is too damn funny to take you seriously. If you don't like my posts, then that means I'm doing the right thing
huh? did i compare it with US to Hitler and Stalin? where did it say? Oh this proves 2 things, u dun have a brain, and i just have to ignore u then.

it its too dam funny for ANYONE to take u seriously too. under stalinist russia and Hitler's germany, any dictator gov practice terrorism itself, but just in uniforms.

it is too dam funny too to read ur news, how bias they are. u can beleive wat u believe and stuck in ur own fantasy land. no one cares but just dun give BS in this forum.

ur so call free press doesnt always give u the truth, everyone knows that except some childish ppl like u.

and oh yea, what's wrong with so call "communisum" in china? at least its working well. let's listen to some of ur US propaganda.
February 3rd, 2005  
Doc.S
 
Where will WWIII start?

On In Mil Forum?

Hey guys I look at this question from an Geostrategic Imperative view
A great book to answer this question can be Zbigniew Brzezinski`s book The Grand Chessboard. It is in my mind like a time-machine for the future. It has alot of maps and stuff that gives you a good insight in the Geostrategic future to come.

Author: Zbigniew Brzezinski
Title: The Grand Chessboard American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives
ISBN: 0-465-02725-3
ISBN: 0-465-02726-1
http://www.perseusbooksgroup.com/perseus/home.jsp

Doc.S
February 3rd, 2005  
A Can of Man
 
 
Sounds interesting!

You should write a review for it.
February 3rd, 2005  
Sexybeast
 
wut we were discussing are conflicts and potential dangers we all know...

maybe there are something turning out suddenly, Like another 9/11 incidents...maybe those suprise things can cause a world war
February 3rd, 2005  
Doc.S
 
Well I can try to do that but that have to be another thread and I dont know if the Moderators want to read that book because I have to represent facts and if someone question the book`s facts I can have a hard time to proven for them that this is what Zbigniew Brzezinski have written. Another problem is that All rights reserved is on this book.

It is printed in the United States of America and on third page it says, that this book may not be reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case a brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews for information.

But if I use quotations embodied from critical articles I think It would be okey to make a question at issues that may come up and try to answer from the book with own words what "Geostrategic Imperatives is" and how it effects our daily life situation and our different leaders interests in this worlds political arena. - Both military and political - It is alot of military stuff in this book that is indeed worth a closer look togheter with the foreign relations that is today between Europe and the US.

Funny thing is that this book was published 1997 and you cant see anything else then what`s happens today. And with more knowledge I think less ppl would fight about right and wrong and call each other by names. No offence I am not a angel eather when I can use harsh language too sometimes. Even if the moderators grabs me in the ear`s and tells me to ease down. But hey I am a sweed NO excuse! Well words can slip out sometimes and that is only human. And we are all humans.

From out this book I have understand that Terrorists/Insurgents is just the top of the iceberg. I dont know who I should turn to on this forum if some one would be interested to have a constructive discussion/debate on our future obstacles and challenges without getting hooked up on trifle`s based on facts maby not as accessible as Iran`s nuclear ambitions.

The book have good words from

Los Angeles Times
A Helmut Schmidt in foreign Policy
Richmond Times Dispatch
The National Interest
Foreign Affairs
Newsweek
Publishers Weekly
Samuel P. Huntington, Harvard University, author of the Clash Civilisations and the Remaking of World Order

And the book have figured in name in documentarys as Alex Jones 911 The Road To Tyranny as a bad example for this worlds obvious playgrounds for our leaders today including all from Democrats to Republicans and Socialist Gov in Europe and other western and eastern assemblys. The answer to nuclear war yes or no is in that book I think.



Doc.S
February 4th, 2005  
Charge 7
 
 
Ginger, your words:

"look at Hitler, how many resistance he stamps out? they arent called terrorists but rather rebels, but they are the same thing. look at Stalin, how many opponents he killed"

WHO doesn't have a brain? You can't even remember what you've said.

What's wrong with communism? I think Blitzer's Winston Churchill quote sums it up rather nicely. "The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of misery."
February 4th, 2005  
gingerbeard
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Charge_7
Ginger, your words:

"look at Hitler, how many resistance he stamps out? they arent called terrorists but rather rebels, but they are the same thing. look at Stalin, how many opponents he killed"

WHO doesn't have a brain? You can't even remember what you've said.

What's wrong with communism? I think Blitzer's Winston Churchill quote sums it up rather nicely. "The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of misery."
but did i compare with the US? no. wat the hell are u trying to point out? u need to get ur brain scanned.

what about the unequal sharing of misery??? look. what class of ppl are a majority in ANY country? poor ppl. so who is going to share more misery huh? if ur staement is true then that means captitalism is going to cause more misery to a majority of the ppl.

and i was talking about terrorism cannot survive well in a less liberal country if its a captialism? if ur quated statement is true.

"You ask me to argue with facts yet you compare US to Hitler and Stalin."

but did i compare HItler and stalin to US???? what r u talking about!?!?!