Too right. Infrastructure is the “soft target” of modern warfare.
The alarming thing is that there are already known attempts on our infrastructure that amount to “testing the water”.
I can’t imagine the net impact of less potable water, more human lives, less living space and drastically weakened urban infrastructure being a ‘sustainable’ situation… much less during an actual war.
There’s no way I can speak for anyone but myself, but I’ve seen enough of war. I really don’t want anything to do with it, especially as a “for profit” enterprise. Conventional weapons are common, as we don’t really care about taking people’s supplies and resources.
Of significant importance is the vast stock we have of Sarin, VX, Smallpox and various other weaponized biological and chemical weapons. I’m not particularly worried about the U.S. using them, but there are stocks in the former U.S.S.R. nations which are leaking throughout the known world.
We’d be foolish to think the Chinese don’t recognize the importance of destroying a population while leaving their resources in tact.