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What will be the cause of the next World War?

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No nation would risk a direct confrontational war with any military alliance which included the United States.

Vladimir Putin's Russia and some Asian countries countries such as North Korea and China are involved heavily in cyber warfare.

Stealthy Putin is more dangerous than most people realize and his constant veiled threats towards some of the Eastern European nations that broke away from the old U.S.S.R, is gaining in ferocity.

His constant air and sea incursions into the U.K. and endless hacking of the nation's computer systems, including military, hospitals and power stations is causing alarm.

The U.K's military supremo said last week that they were struggling to stave off Russian cyber aggression.

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Interesting: cyber warfare could be a new way to wage war, it would be a race between the hackers of 2 countries to cut off the ennemies population of water, electricity etc

I'm pretty sure the US, and all the countries in the world do the same

Although I must say I think it would be advantageous for european countries to break away from the american alliance and ally with russia what do you think?

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Antrim(1297) Clarified
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An all out cyber war could cause countless deaths especially if the hackers hit a nation's utilities and health services as was the case late last year when Britain's National health Services was 'blacked out' causing 1000s of operations to be cancelled.

I feel strongly that Europe will only remain a union of free democratic nations as long as it is allied with the leader of the free world, the United States of America.

Churchill's description of Russia as a ''riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma is as true today as it was in 1939.

Like Hitler, Putin's driving force is to exact revenge on the west for the humiliation of losing the cold war.

To ally oneself with Russia would be akin to taking a walk with a crocodile.

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I'm pretty sure the US, and all the countries in the world do the same

You would be right. One of the greatest cyber threats in the world is us.

Although I must say I think it would be advantageous for european countries to break away from the american alliance and ally with russia what do you think?

I think they are too heavily invested in America and don't trust Russia.

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Liberals thnking the Middle East, Russia, North Africa, and China should want to be a melting pot with them.

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All wars are banker wars. Its that simple and one doesn't need to use fifty words to explain why. Even the littlest goyim understands what's going on. There's just nothing we can do about the situation at this point.

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Antrim(1297) Disputed
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Your head is full of mad dog's shit there cowboy.

Almost every war in history was based on the desire of megalomaniacs to impose their ideology over other nations.

War mongers who were not bankers include,

Hitler,

Tojo, war in the South Pacific,

Genghis Khan,

Dwight D. Eisenhower (Vietnam)

I could fill a book of wars which had nothing to do with bankers so I would suggest that before you spew out your embarrassingly ridiculous drivel you read a few history books.

Do try to keep up.

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Rastus(23) Disputed
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Many want to rule the world. A few are funded by the bankers but once their front-man post is no longer needed they are thrown under the bus. Takes lots of money to make war and bankers make the money. In pre banker day's war was about taking what others had; not much different than banker wars of today.

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marcusmoon(585) Disputed
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All wars are banker wars.

This is demonstrably not true. The current war that radical Islamic jihadists are waging with the stated goal of world conquest, is about the conflict between Western liberal democratic ideals and a particularly conservative interpretation of the Quran and the Hadith.

It is not a banker war, but rather a religious war.

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Rastus(23) Disputed
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We supplied and protected ISIS in Syria. Our troops are now being used as human shields to protect YPG from Turkey. The few people who own mainstream press should be tried for treason. The divide and rule scam must be exposed.

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KrutonHybrid(74) Disputed
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This is demonstrably not true.

No it isn't, otherwise you would demonstrate it.

Instead of demonstrating it, you simply follow up with a further baseless statement:-

The current war that radical Islamic jihadists are waging with the stated goal of world conquest, is about the conflict between Western liberal democratic ideals and a particularly conservative interpretation of the Quran and the Hadith.

Ahahahahahahaha! Are you even aware that "radical Islam" is a creation of those same "liberal democratic ideals"? In fact, whose side are you even on in the first place?? Because I've just watched you berate liberalism!!

When the Russians invaded Afghanistan in the late 1970s, a plan was formed by the American CIA to create a proxy war using local soldiers. The plan involved militarising Islamic rhetoric and merging it together with local feudal tradition. The very thing you are complaining about was created on purpose by those trying to promote American interests abroad, and now you want to mythologise it as the evil in a war between good vs evil?? It is amazing, AMAZING, that you can still find people who are stupid enough to fall for the sickening tirade of bullshit which liars and/or historical revisionists like you promote.

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We are already in a world war.

The cause of the war is ideological fanaticism, and its conflict with Western liberal democratic deals.

Radical Islamic jihadists have the stated goal of world conquest and universal conversion to Islam.

Multiple countries across the world are still at war with ISIS, which has recruited combatants from across the world, has conducted attacks on five continents, and has even minted a coin that had a map of the world on it.

Likewise, Boko Haram, like ISIS, has engaged in military actions and taken territory (however temporarily) in more than twenty countries.

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xMathFanx(1742) Clarified
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@marucs

We are already in a world war.

This is largely true, however I think it is clear from Omega's question that this would necessitate "major players" on the World Stage to be in "all out" conflict with one another. As of now, we are mostly at war with countries that have no hope of fighting back in any meaningful sense. Now, if Europe went to war with each other and/or America as well North Korea, ect. ect. entering the picture, along with what has already been happening in the Middle East and on a smaller scale in Africa, ect. ect.--then you have WWIII

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KrutonHybrid(74) Clarified
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This is largely true

It is in no way true, because both previous world wars involved public declarations of war between the major economic powers of their time.

Shut up mate.

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What will be the cause of the next World War?

We best hope that another WW not happen, as we are currently at a level of Technological Advancement too high to support any more "all out war" model on this planet

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We are already at war.....the war for souls. That's really the only war that matters in the end.

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