posted on Nov, 28 2011 @ 12:16 AM
reply to post by nightbringr
No, it is not unreasonable to assume that Russia could land maybe 10% of their missiles. But I don't think that that is the situation we are facing
at the moment, at least not yet anyways.
This is why I say we aren't threatened - our military isn't worried.
But, to be honest I think if Russia did decide to attack our defense installations, the United States could very well view it as an act of war and
launch a massive counter attack. This could very well escalate into something very big, perhaps world war. Russia knows this and Russia doesn't want
this yet they might feel so cornered right now that this just might be the final line being drawn. So, I guess this leaves me with the
Is Russia really serious about their "line drawn in the sand" or is this another bluff?
If they hold firm and the United States ignores their requests they will undoubtedly do what they said they will do and "disable" the offending
defenses. And we know what happens after that.
If this a bluff (which the United States military obviously sees this as) and the United States moves forward with their operation then nothing
The guys making the moves and making the decisions I'm sure are taking this into account, but that's not to say that will make the right decision,
and that is also not to say that I trust them to make the right decision.
And, there is nothing I can do but pray. As another poster above me said, our votes are meaningless, all we can do is pray for peace. I pray that one
day there will be no country, only world.