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....More Than We Can Chew|
on Mon, Dec 9th, 2002 23:00:03 UTC
It is my belief that the US could be on the edge of major, full-scale war. After invading Afghanistan and Iraq and finding none of these so-called "weapons of mass destruction" (keep in mind that I am not against the Bush Administration; on the contrary I am very anti-Liberal), I believe that several other up-and-coming world powers will come to see this as a "bullying" scenario. Russia, the Great Empire, for one will almost certainly play a major role if war was to break out in the Asia area. They have been accussed several times of hiding these weapons of mass destruction and have been embarrassed and humiliated by the press repeatedly on this matter. Furthermore, the Russians feel how they have been, how do you say..."cheated" out of their position of power in the modern world and will soon strike to regain the "honor they deserve."|
Re: ....More Than We Can Chew|
on Tue, Dec 10th, 2002 02:00:03 UTC
Hmmm, I don't have a sense for the "Russian Factor" but I am leaning toward a position that it is less significant than you speculate. Only because I feel they have enough problems in their own backyard right now to keep them busy. Nobody else in the world arena seems to like policing everyone else as much as we do and that definitely can make more enemies than friends. I think the average American is feed the prescribed information to endear their support for whatever military action is underway at the time. I don't think the "prescribed information" is always accurate or the whole story. Nowhere was this more predominate than during the Clinton administration.
I'm more concerned about the ecomomic wars we will be facing from countries like China. We're already engaged in some of those and don't even know it. See my rant column:
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