Report: U.S. carrier sent to Syrian coast as tensions flare

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posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 12:42 AM
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BY today's standards, conventional warfare is completely redefined and would still be immensely rapid resulting in major death. The rules of engagement change like we use toilet paper. Think how they would change in such a massive event.

I appreciate your response though. Insightful and keen. Star for you my friend.




posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 12:47 AM
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Indeed, but Germany still would have had it's behind handed to it eventually, just would have been a longer and harder war.



posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 05:26 AM
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Thanks for the reply.. I really do understand what you are saying about the changes to conventional warfare.. however I do cling to the hope that those at the top will retain some semblance of sanity in the midst of things and not resort to total war.. Tho I do admit that it is just hope.



posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 11:47 AM
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Don't get me wrong, I am right there with you, Just stating how warfare would be if it goes down in my best opinion. I am not a mongering war lover. I wish the whole lot would just knock it off so the rest of us can live in peace.



posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 03:06 PM
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Originally posted by milkyway12
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You may want to do a bit of research on Economic Mobilization and War Economy.

We would be one of the Richest nations once again if a Major war breaks out.

Most civilians dont know this , but we have nearly 60 facilities for war production ready to be activated for manufacturing war materials.

America isn't dumb. We have already prepared for war before war happens. Not because we want it to happen , but because it would be negligent not to prepare for a total war scenario.

I was also told they could house nearly 70 million US citizens in fortified Nuclear/Bomb/Missile shelters , and have a seperated network to house 4 million US military personnel.


If you take Military Operational Studies / Diplomacy , you will learn LOTS of interesting information that you actually cant get off the internet. A lot of it is Military manuals / Informational book for military personnel at the War College.


And don't forget war will solve americas job crisis. No more social grants for unemployed, people would be forced into productivity and not sit at home feeling sorry for themselves. War would lead to a new generation of hard work and appreciation not only economically but socially.



posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 03:38 PM
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Originally posted by Flint2011
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Don't get me wrong, I am right there with you, Just stating how warfare would be if it goes down in my best opinion. I am not a mongering war lover. I wish the whole lot would just knock it off so the rest of us can live in peace.


Sorry.. didn't mean to come across as tho I was accusing you of anything
I am of the opinion that those at the top (on all sides) are following a path that appears to me will end in either internal issues at a global level or the next big one..

My fear as a parent of a couple of teenage boys (18 and 19) is that it will be the next big one *shakes head* so I too look at things that might actually happen based on how they have acted in the past rather than get all worked up in the worst case doom scenarios. So I really have appreciated your comments


I have my fingers nose and toes crossed that I am utterly wrong and that somehow we end up with the next version of the industrial revolution that will bring back jobs and stability to the world..

I know that is quite a pipe dream.. but I have to try and find some hope in this madness..



posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 07:36 PM
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NO worries, just stating where I am on things. I have a 12 year old daughter. I am fortunate to have her but I never wanted children for this exact reason but destinty had different plans. I worry about the same exact thing every day. I agree with the end result options you noted as well. It's just too much.

No offense taken and none intended.



posted on Nov, 28 2011 @ 09:49 PM
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i cant believe they actually named a carrier after and idiot. if the carrier reflects the brain power of whom its name is dirrived its sure to be sunk.



posted on Nov, 29 2011 @ 01:53 AM
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And don't forget war will solve americas job crisis. No more social grants for unemployed, people would be forced into productivity and not sit at home feeling sorry for themselves. War would lead to a new generation of hard work and appreciation not only economically but socially.


Well, that's ok then....if that's the case who really cares about the pain and misery caused by the millions of deaths?



posted on Nov, 29 2011 @ 02:57 AM
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Originally posted by anthaltie
i cant believe they actually named a carrier after and idiot. if the carrier reflects the brain power of whom its name is dirrived its sure to be sunk.



LOL! I know, it is a rather unfortunate name! They were selling on board some very nice sweats and caps, which I usually like to buy because we can't find the same quality for such cheap prices here in France, but I just couldn't get comfortable with wearing Bush on my chest or head.



posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 12:49 PM
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interesting. What are the implications??



posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 06:49 PM
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Originally posted by MikeboydUS

Amidst calls for all US citizens to leave Syria, the USS George H.W. Bush has arrived off the coast of Syria in clear defiance of Russian warships sent to help deter NATO from any action in Syria.

A perfect storm is brewing in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, with Russian President Medvedev threatening US installations in Poland, the delivery to the US Air Force of new 30,000 lb super bunker busters, Israel preparing for strikes on Iran, and Turkey providing sanctuary for rebel Syrian forces.

The stage is being set for a major conflict in the region, one that would provide a massive stimulus to the US/EU economies, but will NATO call Russia's bluff or will Russia back Syria and Iran militarily, leading to a wider war that could spiral out of control?

news.yahoo.com...
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It is the perfect storm...but IMO,yes, Russia will always go against NATO/UN. NATO/UN can not intercede in asia as done in the 50´s -70´s. Reason why North Korea is so important. I think it´ll be something new and on a mass scale very quickly. Another form of mass movements for a farce cause to revolt maybe...squeeze every last drop before you move on to th nest fase by keeping civil unrest at a high. Dismiss it abroad by stirring it up at home. The people think its significant when really its just well timed. We see a world movement of civil unrest and fail to see recent CIA involvement in the ME. ¿Whats the big picture? Is russia and china really in on it or are there separate sides?


Asia is next. Look at South Korea now.
Russia is not going to tolerate any treading near its neck of the woods. Lets not even mention china.

The Middle East is the only stage to play with actual boots on the ground. Bigger contracts when bombs and aid are being shipped together. You always need Africa before you can conquer asia...Imperialistic truth. The west moved first in this situatiuon. It will eventually provoke/awaken the red dragon.





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