Do you think a WW3 would happen ?
I mean i think it would start if the USA were to invade Iran. They have done before but this time it's about nuclear activities somthing of which The russians completely support iran trying to be their best friend but in the mean while using them to stir up the west. ( why does it always invole the US.. ) Anyways.. Do you think a WW3 would happen. In my scenario it would be the US and the UK invading Iran, the Russians would join in knowing the US doller is weak and their military is stretched out in 2 other nations right now. Any attack on either US soil or RUSSIAN soil would bring a nuclear responce abit like pearl harbour. What do you think ? Corey i think your a prick with a lack of knowlegde but you know ?
Asked By: - 8/19/2010
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Yes. It is bound to happen sometime sooner or later. However, I don't see the US getting in a war with Russia anytime soon. The US and Russia, although classic rivals and competitors of one another, share many of the same interests. I believe we're closer to a war against China than we are against Russia... As far as... More
Answered By: Joe S - 8/19/2010
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I still have faith in humanity, so No, i don't think it will happen, but if it does I feel you have a point, my countrymen will be dumb enough to be the ones that start it.
Answered By: Millions of Peaches - 8/19/2010
Answered By: Fall - 8/19/2010
Middle East would not start WW3. WW3 won't start unless China and the US get in a fight. Right now both sides are too invested in each other for that to happen.
Answered By: Erik - 8/19/2010
Well i do not think so. When you use a "Game theory" in today's political behavior you will come to a conclusion that today's political behavior largely depends on concession.
Answered By: muazudankama - 8/19/2010
world war is necessary in order to create new world order that shall benefit the victorious group and it's interest in humanity world war is continuous done world war 1= 2=3=4 etc
Answered By: ????? - 8/19/2010
I think your a Russian spy who has horrible trouble with the English language.
Answered By: Corey - 8/19/2010
The USA did not start and were not involved in the first year or two of either WW1 or WW2... More
Answered By: John - 8/19/2010
Actually the positioning of plentiful US forces in Afghanistan and Iraq already is a good situation for the US to invade Iran.It takes time to put a force of 100-200,000 well equipped combat experienced troops into an area.Now they are there and ready to go.The UK & US are pretty much one and the same whatever happens.... More
Answered By: Most Popular Clown - 8/19/2010
I've been predicting the downfall of the world economy for years now, and this always brings about wars over property and markets. There is also the declining level of fossil fuel resources to consider - as previous - the world's supply of oil reached a turn-over point in 2007, after which time use has out-stripped... More
Answered By: The Grappler - 8/19/2010
if that happens im never on US or UK b*****d side. im always with RUSSIA who loves to help others and uk and us just lazilly sit back laughing at suffering peoples watching "he-hey look at that sand n***a die! woo such fun",while russia saids "this cant be happening" because russia always look to weak countries and... More
Answered By: Kevin Lesmana - 8/19/2010
It's quite possible but still a long way off, too many rogue nations with serious fire power on this planet to assure a long lasting peace. Pakistan Israel Iran, and to that flammable mixture i could add Britain USA Russia China. Who has the right to say only certain countries should have nuclear arms? Einstein didn... More
Answered By: abstractbeing - 8/19/2010
overall, no. most people realize that ww3 = the end of us ALL..but with religious fanatics lookin forward to the afterlife...aint no tellin
Answered By: Joes Mama - 8/19/2010
I think it is really scary, there are so many hotspots around the world that could be provoked into starting a nuclear war. North Korea have no money and would love to create a war where they would be better off after a war, same goes for Iran. There are too many people now, not enough jobs, a good recipe for... More
Answered By: DENISE B - 8/19/2010
as Einstein put it - if we do fight WW3 then WW4 will be fought with Bows and Arrows
Answered By: Lorne - 8/19/2010
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