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US,Israel On the BRINK of Starting World War 3

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posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 05:58 PM

Who will throw the 1st punch? (As if they haven't been all along)

Who will drop nukes and/or depleted uranium upon the other? (Hint: Japan, rest of mideast)

We are entering the third world war soon. Israel, Iran, Syria, USA Breaking: U.S moves warships near Syria for possible strike .

Shocking! WW3 is here!

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 06:10 PM
I don't think the US or Russia will nuke each other over Syria. There is too much to lose and Israel is the one in the firing line. More saber rattling and posturing and no results. Personally I would love to see the UK and US just to pull back and let Israel nuke away if they want. They are the true warmongers and if they was destruction then they should just go for it

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 06:26 PM
WW3 will happen without a doubt.

Only the catalyst is a guessing game.

Where, when, how, who,'s all been planned for a very long time and the only ones not in the know are the We will Die for no other reason than greed while those that stand to gain will hide like the cowards they are. I only hope to find one of their bunkers and have a chance to smoke them out and string them high.

Or maybe beforehand they are found and commit suicide? like 4 bankers I know of.

But hey...That's just me.


posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 06:26 PM
If we didnt blow each other up when we were really pissed off at each other we won't do it now.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 06:26 PM
It is a toss up to who will sit back and watch the U.S. get neck deep into one or the other (China and Japan or the Middle East) and then jump in thinking they will have the advantage with the U.S. preoccupied with the other.

The threats can't go on for ever and human civility as I see it is digressing rapidly, the world has painted its self into a WAR corner with all the hate for each other and money spent on weaponry...unless ET steps up and takes away the toys.

I think if that happens the world should put all the world leaders and politicians on an Island and make the armchair idiots do the dying for a change.

Winner take all.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 07:18 PM
As I was looking at the Olympics over the last few days a feeling washed over me that things have changed over the last decade. The once vibrant image of American sensationalism is gone. It seems the patriotism and since of theater and arts has eroded away to a maddened mess of a lifeless body forever chasing something only to catch it and continue chasing the next. As if our society has become a marathon that never slows down to enjoy the finer things in life. I fear our leaders are the bastion of this image and that's scary at greed's price may be.

In the end i fear america will be the bad guys of ww3. The 4th Reich per-say of the century or the Rome of long ago. I dont see how we as a whole can move away from this mentality without being forced as our will, our faith, our morals have been broken.

We are broken.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 07:52 PM
Myself? I see China starting WW3. Anyone who is student of world history and culture can see that. But that takes a, let's continue to bash the U.S. and Israel. Because that always makes some people feel better.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 08:10 PM
reply to post by TDawgRex

I'm appalled that you would call anyone uneducated rather than explain your theory. Theory or educated guessing is all that can be done. You can use your history book to come to whatever conclusion you want, but just remember there is always a history book in another country that contradicts everything yours says.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 08:12 PM
I tend to agree with the China assertion. They are beefing themselves up, we intend to back Japan, and if that all plays out with economies continuing to falter I can see this happening. It's barely identifiable, and I'm always learning, but that's my take. I just read in here that 40 congressmen are stepping away, which sounds like a strategic move for those hoping to move into the senate. I don't see the worlds economies getting better, and that means more of an us versus them, with aggressive moves for resources.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 08:16 PM
reply to post by Dianec

To an extent i agree with you. As economies falter families become hungry. Forever fear a man with a starving family.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 08:20 PM
reply to post by Shaiker

China was just on the brink of a breaking point and pulled back due to potential panic by the people. I guess I'm just wondering for how long their new plan for farmers will last (part of it), and how much of an impact it will have.

So you don't think if we have to send some troops to help Japan it would escalate to China being more aggressive with us? I'm really not sure what to think of that one since China has agreed to keep that dispute contained.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 08:42 PM
reply to post by Dianec

I believe The average American is wonderful and i love the america i grew up in,the problem arises with our leaders, corporations and the corruption that has beset our country. Behind the scenes you can bet one way or the other we are facilitating the coming conflict between China and Japan, and israel and iran, all in the name of power and profits. This is not a new problem, but i believe its more sinister and obvious to the onlooker than ever before. Take for example, Japan struck pearl harbor and our president knew it was coming days in advance and didn't bother to ring the alarm bells to serve his wanting to enter the European theater.

We as the average american are programmed to brush aside things in the world that don't bother us personally. Instead of standing for justice we go on about our daily lives so we can keep the material things that we have been spoiled with. For example, we marched on Iraq where a few were dying and ignored Bosnia where millions were dying. Why? To stimulate our own economy through contractors and to protect the value of the dollar.

You can bet there are groups of contractors planning and calculating how to maximize profits when the next war begins.

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 09:35 PM
Our (Americans') tax dollars and interest paid, hard at work!

US is at permanent war with the world. In retrospect to my OP and the anchoring vid, the world wars are ongoing and have no beginning and end.

Maybe just regions.

Just lookey here:

and here:

Well, the Mideast, the Americas, Africa, and Europe are already in submission to America.

What's left? Asia, the Super Continent.

That's gonna be the war to end all wars, once America takes on Asia, possibly including Russia

With US having around as many nuclear warheads as Russia (8,000 or more?), that could mean worldwide near-extinction for 99% of us.

Hmm, maybe that is the plan.

edit on 9-2-2014 by gardener because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 10:45 PM
reply to post by gardener

My friend. Stop listening to the news, the blogs, T.V. in general. Go for walks. This fear will subside.

I'm betting you weren't around for the cold war. The number of near misses is mind warping. In the day, there was no out. It was inevitable that someone was going to screw up, some computer would malfunction-as the Soviet satellite did misreading sunlight reflections on clouds and interpreting them as heat plumes from ICBM launches from the U.S.- we survived it!!

Somehow...divine intervention, a fluke, good luck wired in the DNA? Who knows how we survived it, but we did.

That was far worse a situation than the current one, IMO.

As far as Israel goes, I completely disagree. They've had the military means for decades to invade, conquer/expand their nation-don't tell me they've been 'held back" by world opinion either, no one is tangling with a country with 200+ nukes- if they are left alone, no rhetoric about wiping Israel off the face of the earth, my guess is they become happy campers.

Isolationism is an obsolete concept in this modern world. Perhaps that's a good thing as any move effects the rest and that means more consequences for those that do.

It's not all least not yet. LOL

posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 11:26 PM
reply to post by Shaiker

I suppose I am looking at the happenings in Washington with a skeptical eye. They usually know what's coming before we do and war was one of the things on my mind when wondering about the changes in position of representatives. War is likely as good for the economy today as it was decades ago so let's hope that isn't the plan. If there is something that will stimulate it more I'm curious to know. Otherwise I think it's good to keep an eye on.

posted on Feb, 10 2014 @ 12:30 AM
reply to post by Dianec

One way that would stimulate the economy more than war, at least in my opinion, is to withdraw from the W.T.O. and place an immediate 10% tariff on all imported manufactured goods increasing another 10% every six months until say 30%. U.S. manufacturing would boom and with it jobs...and taxes. Trickle down becomes "pour" down.

End of immigration problems...we'd need every one of them...

Revenues gained by the tariff would be used to compensate those industries that suffer from retaliatory tariffs.

Yes , there'd be inflation, but supply and demand would drive wages up in compensation and that inflation would lessen the debt via that inflation.

I'd exempt Canada and Mexico from that tariff-oil- all else pays.

The rest of the world would be pissed off, but, then again, they already are, so no big deal....
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posted on Feb, 10 2014 @ 06:22 AM

As far as Israel goes, I completely disagree. They've had the military means for decades to invade, conquer/expand their nation-don't tell me they've been 'held back" by world opinion either, no one is tangling with a country with 200+ nukes- if they are left alone, no rhetoric about wiping Israel off the face of the earth, my guess is they become happy campers.

Very well put.

I can remember as a young boy watching the Nightly News and everyone's reaction after the daily body count from Vietnam was announced at one minute to 6. I have a vivid recollection of David Brinkley saying "78 US solders lost their lives in combat yesterday-bringing the total to 7041 dead in combat this year." And all the adults wondering how we ever got into this.

Well, America survived that as well. Almost all the terrorism preparations being made start with the assumption that a coordinated Cyber attacks would be the beginning of the attack.

There is no doubt that America has Israel by the balls when it comes Cyber warfare and they will continue to hold the line because of that.

posted on Feb, 10 2014 @ 07:46 AM
reply to post by nwtrucker

Yea that might be good for us in the long run but wars aren't started for us - I think of defense contracts, stock market, oil... and always following the money. Those who are already super rich get the greatest benefit IMO. The real purpose for war in modern days is nauseating.

posted on Feb, 10 2014 @ 11:43 AM
I think Israel will drag us into WW3 by the constant war-mongering, and the possible attack on Iran. Russia will never stand for it. China would enter as well because they have much interest here that our crooked politicians have sold to them out from under our feet. It will all start with Israel. They ain't worth one drop of American blood. Zionist lunatics, and their many agents who are in every branch of US government.

posted on Feb, 10 2014 @ 11:52 AM
Ok so im chiming in. Been on ats for 3 years and all I kept hearing about and reading about was world war 3 and all this NWO nonsense. Now ill admit im no expert in politics or business but my own personal belief is world war 3 will never happen. My reason? We are in the 21st century a lot of things have changed for the better (and the worse) for some people. Now world war 2 ended over 60 years ago the world was a different place, countries and their people stuck to their own but now days I can go onto a chat site and go and speak to someone from brazil, china, japan, America, Canada, anywhere in Europe. The world today as I see it is too knitted together now.

People have so more many friends so to speak across the world all different ages and nationalities. In my work alone I work with black people Asian people eastern European people and ive met people with different religions. Its so much easier to communicate around the world today than it was 60 years ago. If it come to world war 3 the closest it would get would be governments lining up their troops but the people of that country would stand up and say we don't want a world war. Eventually public opinion on a world war will over throw a governments decision to go to war

I dunno that's how I see it

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