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In early February Coalition and Afghan forces began highly visible plans for an offensive, codenamed Operation Moshtarak, on the Taliban stronghold near the village of Marja. It began on 13 February and, according to US and Afghan officials, was the first operation where Afgan forces lead the coalition. The offensive involves 15,000 US, British and Afghan troops. It is the biggest joint operation since the 2001 invasion that ousted the Taliban. The troops are fighting over an area of less than 100 square miles, with a population of 80,000
Originally posted by OzWeatherman
but like he said, its full blown global war thats going to occur, not some regional conflict thats been occuring for the last few years.
So you can be sure that the war will start BEFORE February 28. (Even as early as February 5)
The month of February is the month when "World War 3" is going to start.
Once again the war will be for Oil,
And people don't see why Venezuela is going to be attacked and invaded...
There's more evidence now suggesting that a False Flag will in fact happen during the 2010 Olympics
The 2010 February war that's being referred to is with NUMEROUS countries involved, and potentially MILLIONS of deaths
Don't be surprised if a war is declared on Iran this friday February 12.
The events are all leading to a third world war.
Don't be surprised if within the next few days China invades Taiwan or a major war breaks out between the North and South Koreans.
At the same time Israel will attack Lebanon, Syria, and Iran.
World War 3.
Originally posted by Emerald The Paradigm
reply to post by OzWeatherman
I'm not apologizing for crap.
If people think this thread is a waste of their time, then they should apologize to me for all the useless name calling and wasting MY time.
A KOREAN man has been arrested in Seoul following a threat to blow up the Australian embassy outraged by a decision at the Winter Olympics.
The man, known only as Mr Kim, made the threats today through Korean rail company Korail.
It follows the decision yesterday off the short track speed-skating judges, headed by Australian James Hewish, to disqualify the South Korean team in the 3000m women's relay.
The man was traced by his telephone number and arrested.
Hezbollah is a military force armed by the Iranian and Syrian governments as a way to destabilize the Middle East, Israeli officials said at the United Nations.
"Hezbollah is an army that is armed by Iran and Syria," said Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak. "It has more than 40,000 missiles aimed at Israel's civilians and these are weapons of terror."
The presidents of Iran and Syria on Thursday ridiculed U.S. policy in the region and pledged to create a Middle East "without Zionists," combining a slap at recent U.S. overtures and a threat to Israel with an endorsement of one of the region's defining alliances.
But the message delivered by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in a joint news conference was sharp and spoke to a shared sense that Iran is gaining influence in the region despite U.S. efforts. Until the outcome of the broader struggle over Iran's nuclear program becomes clear, analysts here say, it is unlikely Syria will change direction -- or that progress can be made toward an Israel-Syria peace agreement.
The United States wants "to dominate the region, but they feel Iran and Syria are preventing that," Ahmadinejad said. "We tell them that instead of interfering in the region's affairs, to pack their things and leave."
Ahmadinejad, a Holocaust denier, spoke of Israel's eventual "demise and annihilation" and said the countries of the region could create a future "without Zionists and without colonialists."
Assad criticized what he regarded as the United States' "new situation of colonialism" in the region, with troops on the ground in Iraq and Afghanistan, and pressure on Syria to split from Iran, a friendship Assad emphasized was secure even given Syria's faltering economy.