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china and russia have they got something planned?

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posted on Dec, 31 2005 @ 08:06 AM
I cant help thinking there is something going on here, there is something not quite right with putin I feel, what would happen if they were to start attacking the US and UK could US and UK sort it?

posted on Dec, 31 2005 @ 08:27 AM
They wouldn't have anything 'planned' as in first strike, offensives.

Would they have contengincies for a series of different scenarios? I'm sure they do. Would one or more of them involve dealing with the US? Absolutely.

But then again, the US has plans for invading Canada, if such a plan was ever needed - doesn't mean they want to or are going to.

You want to focus on the Caspian Sea, that's going to be a big part of the next few years and that's where we get the mix of Iran, Russia and USA all after the same thing. Russia probably won't risk much if Iran gets caught up in a war by lending force to Irans cities to fight invaders but they will start helping gaurd the Caspian region which they also back onto. That's how they will get involved in supporting Iran in a major war scenario because they don't want the US taking Caspian Oil either.

China would most likely deal with the asia/pacific regions in offensive scenarios but only if America and UK were caught up in another part of the world and an opportunity arose where they could take Tawain for example. China and Russia will team up eventually but it will be much later in the game, they can't really do much more than defend areas and allies unless it became obvious that there was a chance to kick America's feet out from under it and then go for an attack.

If it got to that point, i think it would be pretty obvious to us all that some serious smeg was coming, you'll see America hurting from the inside out before Russia and/or China can do much militarily to it without fear of a retaliation that is much worse.

If anything China poses a economical risk to America more than anything else since they manufacture most stuff and have an infustructure which would be insane to try and compete with in the short term without turning the country upside down. It's slowly happening thou, the west knows it can't rely on China for ever. Australia has also begun it's new Industrial relation laws to get in tune with this issue. The threat of "Terror" is multipurpose for gaining new territories, new fronts, new bases, new laws, new restrictions etc etc all for preparing a time when things are hard, people want to retaliate, people want answers and the governments can't provide it all. They need laws that will allow them to take control and rewrite how the world works. This is part of the New World Order, the worlds longest play.

posted on Dec, 31 2005 @ 12:04 PM
All the threats that America uses to get agendas thru at home(where the avarice grows among the rich and powerful) are in reality "paper tigers". The real threat is from our government.

China Paper Tiger

Don't KowTow to authoritarian figures that don't deserve your worship(Bush) and you won't have to worry about losing your future.

The Real Deal Conspiracy is upon you.

Be Aware so you won't end in Despair !

posted on Jan, 1 2006 @ 12:46 PM
As long as we (the USA) allow China to hold our debt (2nd largest), we might as well just hand them our A double S.

Do they have offensive designs on the USA? YES.

In conjunction with the former Soviet Union? Most probably.

Strange things are happening out there in the big, bad world. And the petro ain't replenishing itself.

posted on Jan, 1 2006 @ 04:18 PM
So you think China with it's 23 global nukes is a problem?

And think Russia doesn't have enough problems , right?

posted on Jan, 1 2006 @ 04:21 PM
You also must think the US can't figure out a way to defeat the energy problem.

This also leads you to understand that in the event of military action we won't act because we owe China money.


posted on Jan, 1 2006 @ 04:26 PM
Don't ever misunderestimate your opponent.

The first mistake most make is not seeing China as a real threat. (That's a mistake China once made - to its miserable detriment.) Russia and China are closer than most think. To think that is not a problem is to overestimate our own capabilities.

[edit on 1/1/06 by EastCoastKid]

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