What to do during World War 3

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posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 04:01 AM
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Mods..i do not know where to post this ... so i posted it here..feel free to move it to the right area...


So..we all know World War 3 is around the corner...

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What do you people think ? Whats going on in your mind...How do you plan to survive and live ... this has me a bit worried for the first time..... Does you family know this ? Mine is completely oblivious to whats happening...i'd be surprised if they can spot Syria on the map ..
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posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 04:52 AM
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You could fill your car with ramen, canned food, water, sleeping bags, a stove, gas, flashlight, first aid kit, maybe other stuff etc. and then be ready.



posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 04:58 AM
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I don't give a goats backside!!!

What are you gonna do? Where are you gonna go?

If there is gonna be a 3rd world war, then who wants to live after it has ended anyway?

Who wants to live in a world that will be full of more crap than we have already?

I suppose it may also be an age thing, but when you get to a certain age you don't really care....

I don't want there to be a 3rd world war, I don't want any wars...

But all I seem to have known before and after I was born is war, war, war, war.....

Before man set foot on this planet it must have been an amazing, beautiful place to be...

I think to bring a child into this world at this moment in time to be totally wrong....It's all now truly f***ed up....

So if the 3rd world war is upon us, then I just hope that the local pub is open and I can sit there with a pint and a bag of peanuts and watch it all unfold.....

CHEERS!!!



posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 11:31 AM
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Well, there are different degrees of how World War 3 could play out. If it's a nuclear exchange, it all depends on where you live. If you're in a major metro area, chances are, you won't have to worry about it...you'll be vaporized or die soon in the aftermath.

If you're more rural, you have a better shot. For example, at work, I'll be in an orange zone of any nuke impact on a major nearby target (in a red zone if on the drive home). If at home, I'll survive and be out of even the yellow zone of even the biggest warheads. So for me, it's all about the time of day of the attack if it goes nuclear.

Most other situations, we'd probably survive ok...if not with the same quality of life.

Of course, chances are WW3 won't happen much on US soil without missiles. Logistically, we are almost impossible to invade...at least with any chance of success. Where it would impact us is economics, rationing, availability of imports, etc.


this has me a bit worried for the first time.


Here's a dose of realism that should help. We now live in a GLOBAL ECONOMY. This situation really pours a big bucket of water on the fires of war. Why? Because everyone depends on everyone else. Who is going to war with us? China is likely your first bet...but you'd be wrong. For starters, we owe them a lot of money. We can't pay if we don't exist. Bad for business. Also, are you going to kill your biggest customer? Of course not. Russia maybe? No...while they have the hardware and people, they don't have enough of a modern arsenal to mount it. Going a nuke route though, they'd have a chance, but for what? To rule a ruined planet? Neither of these contenders has the means to transport and support a large force actually invading here. Any other power is limited to harassing terror attacks mostly. Deadly to the affected city, but not to the US overall in a matter of war.

Simply put, there is neither the incentive for another world war, or the possibility of any rewards of it, to make it worth waging. So you are likely worrying about nothing here.

That said, the chances of economic collapse or some natural disaster are a LOT more probable, and would be a better reason for any prepping.
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posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 12:16 PM
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China is in trouble and is ripe for revolt - that is why the US is not pushing them too hard on currency and other issues - below is really just an example. It is more serious there than the MSM reports. Joe

"The protests received significant international attention because they combined two major, hot-button issues in China: environmental pollution and government corruption. But the Kunming protests were hardly unusual in China; in fact, a larger, similar protest roiled the southeastern city of Xiamen in 2007, and concerns over PX has also led to unrest elsewhere in China. Social unrest is so common in the country, in fact, that an estimate of 180,000 "mass incidents" occurred in 2011 alone. In other words, an average of over 400 disturbances to the public order happened every day that year in China." (this was taken from an article in the May issue of The Atlantic)


Again, the two likely sparks if WIII does start begins with an internal revolt in China or an exchange between India and Pakistan. Those are my speculations.
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posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 01:25 PM
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Here's a dose of realism that should help. We now live in a GLOBAL ECONOMY. This situation really pours a big bucket of water on the fires of war. Why? Because everyone depends on everyone else


But, on a smaller scale, wasn't that the situation in Europe before WW2? And very few thought there would be war.



posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 01:50 PM
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That is right.

And to Maddy - I strongly doubt a WWIII scenario is going to seriously impact the US. It won't be fought here - much like WWI and WWII were not fought here.

Joe



posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 02:50 PM
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The enemy did not have Nuclear Weapons back then either.......



posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 03:07 PM
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That is true.
I guess I have more faith in our ability to knocked them out of the sky.
Joe



posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 04:07 PM
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If the world see's another World War, I very much doubt it will come to a Nuclear exchange between two superpowers. Why? Mutually Assured Destruction. So I don't see a Nuclear war with China or Russia in the future. Especially not China, since they own a lot of our debt, and we are their best customer. And if the U.S and Russia were to engage in a Nuclear War, I very much doubt there would be anything left in this world. Who would gain the spoils of war if no one is around to claim them?

That's not to say that I do not think we won't see wars on a smaller scale in the near future. I simply do not see a major world war occuring. Not between superpowers at any rate. Although you never really know. Iran and Israel could potentially go at each other at any time. Their relationship is certainly volatile enough. And that's not including the other countries in that region.

Cyber warfare on the other hand, is a definite possibility. Just look at what's happening between the U.S and China recently. As technology becomes more advanced, I see wars being fought with computers, rather than with men. That's just my opinion though.

No. I'd be more concerned with an economic collapse than WW3 at this point.



posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 04:13 PM
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So..we all know World War 3 is around the corner...


... no we don't

because there isn't going to be any World War 3, at least not over Syria.

Why is it that ATS as a community (not picking on you OP) just seems to get all excited over doom porn

at the most (and i mean worst case) we might see a invasion of Syria but that is very unlikely just now

i can not see anyway this would turn in to World War 3, we have been much closer to World War 3 in the past, and nothing has happened.

this will be no different and this time next year the same people will be posting threads about what do do with the Turkish Civil war is in full swing (assuming it gets that far)

I really do wish the Mods never opened this "world war 3" forum because it just invites more of the doom porn.
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posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 04:16 PM
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What to do during World War 3


Personally... planning on a cook out, some good liquids and music. Been waiting for old WW3 for a long, long time!

Heck, was hoping December of 2012 was going to do something but, then again... who needs ancient prophecy when you have the world of today with a burning fuse?

Best to ya



posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 12:28 PM
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I'm looking forward to WWIII even more than 21-12 last year.



posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 04:27 PM
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I would pray to whatever God/Creator/Whatever you worship. Nuclear war is a horrid ugly way to die. If the blast does not get you, the radiation sickness and fallout is something I prefer not to go through. If anyone lets a nuke off be it USA, Russia, China, UK or some rogue country then the leader pressing the red button should be tried for War Crimes and executed. I don't care frankly if it is Obama, Cameron or Putin. Of course in a full exchange there will be no war crimes court as the Earth will be destroyed totally.

No nuclear war is a happy war. No war at all is paradise.



posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 04:33 PM
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So..we all know World War 3 is around the corner...


Do we?.....I didn't


What makes you think WW3 is around the corner?....I know there are serious conflict zones around the world and I know that the situation in the Middle East is precarious.....but it's a hell of leap from where we are right now to a world war!....and I seriously doubt that big leap is just "around the corner"



posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by maddy21
So..we all know World War 3 is around the corner...


Nope, I didn't know that. It is extremely unlikely that a large scale war will occur, at least not at the moment. Syria is nothing. I appreciate they are hell for those living in those regions, but to our Western Governments and Russia and China, they are just little financial bets. Russia is making money supplying to Syria, probably with interest. America and Europe want Syria out the way so they can assure Israel dominance of the region whilst getting a port for all the opium and oil they acquired from Afghanistan and Iraq and soon to be Iran if Israel has its way.
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posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 04:48 PM
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But all I seem to have known before and after I was born is war, war, war, war.....

Before man set foot on this planet it must have been an amazing, beautiful place to be...


Right, because instead of war you only had to worry whether “today is the day” to be eaten by one of the many predators roaming the planet looking for a juicy homosapien to snack on!


Good times!!



OP – If it makes you feel any better just know that EVERY GENERATION fears theirs will be the last….yet here we all are!



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posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 04:50 PM
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I have collected various mad max style outfits for when it happens, may as well go out looking cool
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posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 04:56 PM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
I have collected various mad max style outfits for when it happens, my as well go out looking cool


Me too! I've also got some cool boots to try out, too.

Another bright side....I get to test out a lot of cool guns and ammo I've been saving for that special occasion.

You just never know what that redneck neighbor of yours might break out if the SHTF!



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posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 04:58 PM
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Iam going old school... bows arrows, pistol crossbow,crossbow,machete and bolos oh and the odd headbutt my head is thick enough

But I could raid my local Gunsmith for the blunderbuss he got in last week
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