inevitable nuclear war

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george orwell
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inevitable nuclear war

I hate to sound negative, but I see the world heading
towards an inevitable nuclear war over oil. It'll most
likely be between the U.S. and either Russia or China.

Not Iran. We can wipe out Iran and take their oil without
nuclear weapons.

No U.S. president will sit around and do nothing when oil
hits $500 a barrel and gasoline cost $20 a gallon and
there are food riots on the streets. People will demand
that we do something.

And blaming China and India's big population and their
taking of "our" oil from the middle east is the only way
out.

I think at some point, the U.S. will have to find some
excuse to engage Pakistan and India in a nuclear war so
that they wipe each other out. And we'll step in and
wipe out China.

Decreasing world population by 3 billion people over
the course of a few weeks is the only way that we can
preserve our american way of life.

It's either nuclear war or some biological agent that
we introduce to China and India to wipe out their large
populations.

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EndGamePlayer
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RE: inevitable nuclear war
Hi orwell1984- Oh really?- what sensible person would want to "preserve our way of life"? It's un-sustainable and would end anyway. That kind of thinking got us into this mess. War mongers should do their own fighting -eh?
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China will start it.
Actually I see it the other way around. I can see the US getting hit hard with increased energy costs and a financial crisis taking root, plunging the US into chaos and rioting. Imagine a cold winter and natural gas shortage starts. People freezing to death, companies forced to shut down to conserve, people out of work, mortgages not paid, etc (today writ large). Once the US become impotent due to internal chaos, China will make its move to secure more oil. Guess who has the largest reserve now? Canada's tar sands. Would not surpise me if China invades Canada to secure the tar sands for themselves.
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JR Wakefield
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China will start it.
Actually I see it the other way around. I can see the US getting hit hard with increased energy costs and a financial crisis taking root, plunging the US into chaos and rioting. Imagine a cold winter and natural gas shortage starts. People freezing to death, companies forced to shut down to conserve, people out of work, mortgages not paid, etc (today writ large). Once the US become impotent due to internal chaos, China will make its move to secure more oil. Guess who has the largest reserve now? Canada's tar sands. Would not surpise me if China invades Canada to secure the tar sands for themselves.

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