a reply to: face23785
Between CJTFOIR and the African union mission in Somalia which is kept alive by the usa, is right about 70 countries involved.
Then we factor in the Russian coalition in Syria (Russia, Syria, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanese Hezbollah) so far we got 5 to add. Now we are at 75.
Ukraine is part of this as well. Afghanistan is involved as a battle ground. Libya and Egypt. Yemen. Now we are at 80.
Malaysia and Indonesia are supporting ops in the Philippines. 83. The French are still operating in Mali, claiming to battle ISIS proxies there.
NATO advances on Russia in Ukraine, Georgie, Afghanistan, the Arab Spring, Syrian civil war, Philippines ISIS front, Somalia ISIS front, The Libya
over throw, the Gulf arab states seige on Yemen, the terrorism in Europe. These are all part of the same global war motivated by a decades old battle
plan that has been publicly available for decades from PNAC to the Greater Israel plot. Its WW3 bro.
People dont shoot at each other from trenches in the tens of thousands anymore. We don't drop ten thousand bombs to raize a city with 500 bombers in a
single run anymore. War has evolved beyond that. People are no longer ignorant, and technology has replaced the need to simply sacrifice thousands
upon thousands of fighters for limited gains.
Nearly half the Earth's nations, today, are involved with multiple coalitions engaged in battles in very specific foreign lands under the same global
conflict. High technology weapons have been deployed by all sides that have them to use. Genocides and crimes against humanity were rampant for years.
WMD's have already been used to kill. entire nations lay in ruins.
Literally the only difference between today and WW2 is the number killed, and the nation count participating. However, the overwhelming majority of
those nations never saw so much as a bullet fly in anger or bomb drop from the sky. Because the bulk of the fighting was concentrated in Europe,
(today it is middle east) with some ramifications felt in the Middle East (today it is Europe) . There was fighting on the African continent, just
like today related to the same battle as in the Mid East. The Pacific front came later near the end, oh how coincidental, very similar to today. And
more nations continue to join the fight.
the nation count at the time also does not clarify that most of them also were not involved throughout the entire duration of the conflict. If a
country allowed flights over its airspace, that was considered participation in the Great War. Well if thats a way to describe that, than the list of
nations participating today grows quite a bit.
I know my history, and learned when to recognize when it is being repeated. It has been playing out for almost a decade now. You want to be in denial,
be my guest. Does not change what is happening in the world today
Money as you'd know it, is the source of all this conflict. or more specifically, this war is about which countries go to which super powers' sphere
of influence during the paradigm shift of Western Hegemony global rule coming to an end. Unfortunately, NATO has to sit out for a generation when this
is over like the Russia did when the Soviet Union collapsed, and may even break up in a similar fashion.
In case you have not realized it, the BRICS nations have replaced our entire financial system with their own due to half a century of one sided
foreign policy objectives. the BRICS nations represent nearly half of the word's entire human population in five nations. That means that markets that
have been dominated by the reigning hegemony since WW2 are being lost to BRICS. hundreds of millions of people are being pulled away from the Western
financial order, and that is what this reality is of this global war right now. ISIS is just the cinematic theater to sell it to the masses, which is
being used by all sides in this war for their own gain.
The world will start changing at a quicker pace from this year on. It won't be one where force can dictate market control either. That is exactly what
this WW3 is about, the end of greedy cabals using our military might to demand favorable concessions for market control without consequence. The
current situation in Syria is a consequence of confronting such actions. If we continue the same way we have been since the end of WW2, we will
continue to be confronted now, unlike before when we just steamrolled everything with the help of locally paid mercenary death squads and the world