posted on Mar, 19 2014 @ 11:13 PM
I have a sick feeling Australia is going to find the debris.
This would fold into my international relations -based theory that the US/Aus possibly other allies are responsible.
Australia is a strategic asset of the US in the SEA region. My belief is it will find the debris and It will then fall to Australia to start waging a
'war on terror' on SEA. The net effect of this will be to force countries to align themselves either with China or the US ('if you're not with us
you're against us" type thing) as well as allow perhaps a greater military and intelligence presence in the region thus securing it further for
It was George W. Bush's dearest wish for Australia to become the "sheriff" of SEA, a role which current conservative PM Tony Abbott is more than
willing to take on as he loves bullying and is very good at it, as is his Foreign Relations Minister Julie Bishop (a glare that could kill at 100
metres). When this was tried before (under the conservative PM John Howard) SEA effectively shut Australia out of some trade talks and other regional
think tanks. The Labor Party healed the rift to a degree during its time in power but but now the conservatives are back in power again, I would
imagine it will stir quite the hornets nest in SEA if this comes to pass.
In short, God, i hope Australia doesn't find the debris.
edit on 19-3-2014 by Splodge because: typo