posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 06:58 PM
reply to post by taderhold
Rationale? The World is lacking that as a whole.
One historical set of signs that has been a precursor for war is the three Es: Empires in decline, economic volatility and ethnic unrest. With the
global economic crisis we now have all three. Today we also match the same signs present right before World War I started: Overstretched superpower,
powerful rivals, weakened alliances, terror supporting countries and terrorist groups.
The United States runs into a crisis every 80 to 100 years. Based on these historical cycles, America has now entered a crisis period running from
2005. These cycles simply reinforce the things we are seeing in the world today: America in decline, China on the rise and Russia in serious trouble.
When America runs into a crisis; war develops.
If one realistically looks at the Middle East today, one can see that it is about ready to blow up into a major war involving chemical, biological and
probably nuclear weapons too. This war will at minimum kill tens of thousands, but it could easily go up to 10 to 15 million killed if Israel responds
with nuclear weapons. Should chemical and biological missiles explode over Israeli cities then I fully expect a nuclear response from Israel.
I expect this war to happen sometime soon. Israel’s neighbors are building up for an explosion right now.
Should this war happen then our enemies will assume that America gave its approval to Israel for a nuclear response. That means America will be
blamed, and will be subject to retaliation. Time to prepare for retaliation by Russia and China is probably by the following spring