posted on Aug, 26 2015 @ 03:44 AM
All of these scenarios make the fundamental mistake, of thinking the US and China are enemies.
Are they enemies? hardly, the US, France, Britain, China and Russia are the victorers of WWII. They share the spoils of war, and even if it isn't
written on paper, any man can see that they have shared technology. Of course, it's all spying ... but don't be stupid. Literally speaking, there
may be some basic differences between these players ... but Afghanistan is the biggest tell-all of the situation. The Soviet Union failed to bring
Afghanistan into control ... now the western countries, with the US in forefront are doing what the Soviet Union failed to do.
Translation: They have the same goal, there methods differ. They're not enemies.
These scenarios assume a pure number is an advantage
Wrong again. Yes, in WWI and WWII we all remember Chamberlains words. "When their men are all dead, and all our men are dead. We will have more men
then they.". An extremely brutal way of viewing a war. Germany lost, because of lack of numbers, and the lack of controlling oil.
Does this still apply? No ... with modern weapons, numbers are a disadvantage. Imagine the consequences of a nuclear bomb or a hydrogen bomb in
China. China is built of huge cities ... a few dozen hydrogen bomb, and there is no more China. The consequences would be famine and utter
destruction of that entire civilisation. China has concentrated itself into "cities", for the purpose of making the most of it's territories for food
production and industry.
The bottom line, China can't wage wars that will result in any attacks on it's own soil.
Translation: Assuming the Chinese government has an ounce of future vision. They apparently are relying on a non-conflict with rigid adversaries.
The US and China, are not enemies.
Neither is Russia ... and enemy
Yeah, I know how everyone feels. But bottle your feelings, and stop that "wishful" thinking. "Wishful" thinking is not logic, it's stupidity. 90%
of the human race, can't think beyond their "wishful" thinking.
If I were the Russians, and Yugoslavia was back yard, or Ukraine. I'd stop the conflict, with nuclear weapons if need be. AND THERE'S NOTHING YOU
CAN DO ABOUT IT.
You think you'd risk hundreds of millions dead, over Ukraine? or Yugoslavia? Of course not. If the Russians played their cards, in a contemproray
aggressive manner ... meaning, aggressive but confined. They'd win ... Europe might not like it, China might not like it ... and the US might not
sleep at night. But hey, # happens.
Bottom line: Are they doing this? No ... why the hell not? They're supposed to be our enemies, and we're supposed to be at war? ... and they don't use
Any moron, who can think beyond his wishful thinking will see it's a hogwash. BS of the highest sort. They are NOT the enemies they're made out to
Translation: The 5 superpowers are playing "Good cop"/"Bad cop" against the rest of the world.
Look at the current status of affairs in Syria and Iraq. You have thousands of European and American citizens, streaming into the middle east to
fight on the side of Islamic state.
Just this fact alone, should make you stop and pause. But, let's continue.
The enemy there is supposedly the Islamic state, while the US is bombing selective large targets in Syria. Any man should comprehend, that such
bombings are done to target Syria's infrastructure. Areal bombings are not to target individual dispersed rebels ... they're there to target the
larger infrastructure, that keep the countries together.
Any man should realize that to defeat the rebels, you need mobile army on the ground. An army, not instructors for the Iraqi or Syrian soldiers. You
need to use an army on the ground, ground troops to drive the rebels into hiding in specific territories where they can't get out ... so easily. But
it's not being done, instead the Iraqi and Syrian soldiers are being instructed and given weapons to keep the battle on going.
Does that make sense, to anyone who thinks "ending the war as quickly as possible should be the goal"? No, it doesn't. Training the locals, is only
done when you think you've got it under control. Unless the current state of chaos, is actually the goal.
Bottom line: The goal in the middle east, is "divide and conquer".