posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 07:17 AM
I can't really reply to every one of the replies to my original comment, but i will clarify what i meant.
The OP has used american events to sort of state the possibility of a future event. Maybe it wasn't clear he was referring to america only, or maybe i
didn't interpret it correctly.
Either way, i was under the impression that the events involving america in the original post was leading to a theory on a global level - which i was
finding hard to understand.
I understand the revolutionary war was a major world event, but to mix it with other, "national" events was where i became confused. Perhaps "america
entering world war II" wasn't a major milestone in our history as a species.
I mean, if we were to create a mental image right now, i so far have germany playing a game of basketball with it's european counterparts when 2 years
later - america comes out of the smoke, crowd cheering, etc, etc.
See where i'm getting at? The world was at war 2 years earlier. It didn't start when america arrived
But of course i will agree american events have led to global events. i.e. 9/11 - which drew many nations into a war on terror, and the iranian
conflicts that have spanned over half a century, which, well we don't know the outcome of yet.
I'm from australia, by the way. Despite our alliances, and battles in world war 2, i wouldn't say we're exactly "game changers".
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