posted on Nov, 16 2015 @ 10:37 AM
There is a direct correlation between current events and almost a desire for WWIII to start. And this desire is mainly by American members.
the smallest or most insignificant event in another country, or what ever remotely resembles military training or maneuvers somehow translates into
WWIII threads mainly by US members.
I urge everyone to take a look in the WWIII boards and click on the last page link, which dates to 2011 and you will see that everything another
country does somehow translates into the eminent start of WWIII; Its never however something America does that would trigger WWIII. of all the missile
testings, Naval training exercises, Army troupes round ups, shady laws that grants above constitutional power to specific branches of security, or
toppling of regimes and continuing to fuel chaos in a region, or some never ending enemies, or selling of arms to countries then they some how turn up
at the hands of 'terrorists' etc... America is never the catalyst for the start of WWIII, its always every other country.
and there is an onslaught of WWIII doom p0rn thats making my head spin. and despite all of the US's involvement in terrorism, lies, cover ups, spying
on allies, and possible funding of all the terror groups we are endlessly fighting, people still think WWIII is being fueled by other countries
rather than the only country which has been involved in a war since.....hmmm ( i cant think of a time when we werent actively involved in a war).
Just as Russia beginsto make headways against ISIS, the France attacks happened and shifts the attention, and the agenda for the mid east can regain
its momentum, and if Russia doesnt conform with NATO and the US (Which have been bombing for over a year) Russia will be painted as 'aiding' terror
groups. The Attack on France is so incredibly shady, and one cant help but think there was a puppet master. maybe people who have the abilities to
freely spy on even their allies without getting caught.
edit on 16-11-2015 by odzeandennz because: (no reason given)