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Lets document WW3 here for future generations

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posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 05:22 AM

Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by Bilder

Ok......which recent events do you want to list? I might be able to throw a whole new twist on things to give you food for thought.. Is that fair?

Thats what I want to know too, the OP didn't give an example. Also, do we only do this as it happens (eg. do we need to list 9/11 now, it could end up being the beginnings of ww3 for all we know) and also how do we verify this, eg. do we post links to sources, considering they might not be available later.

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 05:33 AM
reply to post by bluemirage5

Thats very fair , the whole point is to get different viewpoints on current events,so lets start with Fukushima thats a tragedy in the making,my view is that nothing is being reported by MSM that sets alarm bells ringing straight away,japan had a huge economy thats now tanked,thats got to have repercussions on her major trading partners that in turn puts pressure on thier economies,next lets go to Americas multiple war fronts where they are trying to secure resources under the guise of humanitarian missions,thats alienating Russia and China all the while the UN is pushing through policies like Agenda 21 that basically put them in control of the world

Not to mention Monsanto "Everything thats grown we own " cornering the food market.

These are all pressures that are being applied to us,we are being attacked from every angle hence we will be driven into WW3,lets record what has happened to us

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 05:43 AM
reply to post by Bilder

You bring up afew examples.....I've got to go have some tea and upon my return I'll try to explain why it may have happened among other things. It may sound outlandish, some things may make sense......but I believe it's all tied together but not quite what many think.....and what I also thought up until a month ago.

When I return I'll break it up in to:

Middle East
USA and it's closest allies
how the European globalists fit in to all of this
how the military is used and why


posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 05:47 AM
reply to post by iamaperson

No I didnt give an example,thats just because im very new to posting my own threads and am still on the learnig curve,however i will be posting here whenever something new comes to light and giving my take on it,thats the point giving facts and personal insights for the following generations

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 09:15 AM
reply to post by Bilder

Lets start with Japan.

Have you ever heard of the TPPA? It's called the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and is going on behind closed doors with 9 countries; they include USA, Australia, NZ, Singapore, Malaysia, Peru, Vietnam, Chile & Brunei. Notice how Japan, Indonesia, China and Philippines are out of the loop?

Japan's economy finished for at least another 100 years. Repercussions for Japan have only just begun, but not her trading parners. All carefully planned.

Japan is no more. Indonesia and Philippines are unstable politicially. China will be taken out.

This is what transpired yesterday between NZ and China:

Australia trying to push through carbon tax:

Russia is not being alienated, in fact they are going to make vast profits in the zillions when China is forced to buy Russian oil.

China and India in conflict against eachother? Israel and India's ties grows stronger.


African crude oil will be controlled by the American corporations and sold to Europe.

Europe.....the new EU:

Europe will re-map in to 4 quarters. North, South, East, West. The West will contain UK, France, Germany and it's closes European allies (Royals related to the British Royal family).

East will be controlled by Russia and it's Eastern bordering nations.

The Middle East:

The new hub of the Middle East will be Israel, the capital of the Middle East. Iran (?)

All Arab nations will fall, infrastructure destroyed, royal families and dictators abolished. Oil taps turned off (my dateline is between early 2013-2014). Arab assets in Europe, UK and USA frozen or become worthless. Middle Eastern nations will be forced to cut deals with Israel....The Seven Nation Peace Agreement (that only lasts 3 years).

By 2013, the USA would had already completed building it's largest oil refrinary in Alaska. The world's largest oil pot in the world. Immigration gates to the free world close to Muslims.

The USA turns on Europe's globalists and it's financial institutions. New financial infrastructure. New currency. The Commonwealth of Nations and the USA bond as one global empire of larger corporations merging.

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 05:23 PM
Since it's difficult to find a definition for an event which has only happened twice in modern history, here's my attempt at an answer to the question 'what constitutes a world war'?

A World War is a military conflict spanning more than 2 continents, in which at least 20 major countries participate in an attack against a common enemy, and which has the attention of the man-in-the-street due to the significant loss of life.

This is going on Libya. And If the U.S. and NATO intervene in Syria, WWIII will be official very quickly, because Russia and Iran will back Syria, there is no doubt in my mind

When we look back in time, I believe Saudi Arabia and UAE's move in Bahrain will be seen as the start into WWIII

There are links to everything Ive talked about, but Im too lazy to post them....will do later

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 09:29 AM

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posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 10:26 PM
2011 in perspective
Massive bird and fish deaths.
Green Bay Packers win the superbowl! (I've been a packers fan since I was 5)
Earthquake and largest nuclear disaster in history in Japan.
Earthquakes happening every day.
many revolutions in Arab nations.
Internationally organized attack on Libya.
Sever wildfires. 1 million acres burned in Texas. some in oklahoma as well.
Biggest hack ever. 70 million people's personal info is stolen.
Osama bin laden's death.
200+ Tornadoes in a couple of days in the US.
Flooding of the Mississippi River.

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 10:33 PM
reply to post by iamaperson

Very good point. There is no world war that's coming and I doubt if it ever will again. Globalization has prevented this from being a possibility since a country would stand to lose far more in economic value than they would ever gain by going to war.

People get lost in the details and become consumed by those details leading them to irrational thought. Just because our economy is poor and we are currently in conflicts does not mean a world war is around the corner.

But these posts always come about and they always end up being wrong so I'm not concerned. Remember how Iraq was going to be the start of ww3.

Never happened.

posted on Jun, 30 2011 @ 04:43 AM

Originally posted by pcrobotwolf
reply to post by Bilder

Ya sure how many data centers you own?

Exactly the OP has an excellent idea that should be given its merit, however this data would be on a server somewhere and that would somehow have to survive, and that if all out war breaks out is a longshot at best, unfortunatley.

posted on Jul, 1 2011 @ 02:20 PM
LOL-are you a young kid? Will ATS be around after this "WW3"? Why document this here? Also how do you really know what events led to WW3? You wouldnt know until after it happened and were able to look back in which case you dont need ATS, you would need a World Almanac or other such written documentation. The work is already being done for you..... no need to do it here. Just trying to save you time son.

Originally posted by Bilder
What im suggesting is that we record every event that happens from here on in relating to the onset of what will become WW3,this would be invaluable for future generations to have an insight from people that lived during the coming devestation,we need to include every aspect possible like the effects of Fukushima,financial collaspe,and the currant wars of aggression in the middle east and Nth Africa,the victories and defeats against TPTB .
What does everyone think

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