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Thread: Odds of Turkey v Syria Ballooning into WW3?

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    Re: Odds of Turkey v Syria Ballooning into WW3?

    I would think slim to none, since world war is an archaic term. These days, any major war is a coalition effort that would be described as a world war by early twentieth century standards.
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    Re: Odds of Turkey v Syria Ballooning into WW3?

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    "You dont think its possible that the Syrian people decided that they didnt want to be ruled by a tyrant our of their own volition?"

    No! When money and OIL politics are involved, you can bet your sweet ass that the players behind the scenes are manipulating events. If I saw "liberty and justice for all" in Iraq or Afganistan or Libya, then perhaps I would be siinging different lyrics. Our great Country, the USA, has profitied from continuing warfare, and the warfare runs on energy and if you make war in an OIL country, then the new OIL in the system flows to the same group that sells the OIL to run the war and they profit again. So, Syria could be about a people revolt or it could be about the status quo of business generating future and current profits. It's jus' bidness as our past president used to say. OIL business, that is.

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    Re: Odds of Turkey v Syria Ballooning into WW3?

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    Red_Dave
    "You dont think its possible that the Syrian people decided that they didnt want to be ruled by a tyrant our of their own volition?"

    No! When money and OIL politics are involved, you can bet your sweet ass that the players behind the scenes are manipulating events. If I saw "liberty and justice for all" in Iraq or Afganistan or Libya, then perhaps I would be siinging different lyrics. Our great Country, the USA, has profitied from continuing warfare, and the warfare runs on energy and if you make war in an OIL country, then the new OIL in the system flows to the same group that sells the OIL to run the war and they profit again. So, Syria could be about a people revolt or it could be about the status quo of business generating future and current profits. It's jus' bidness as our past president used to say. OIL business, that is.
    Syria has always had pipeline problems.. look at TAPLINE and all that flap.

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    Re: Odds of Turkey v Syria Ballooning into WW3?

    Quote Originally Posted by sharon View Post
    When and if they build it or repair the pipeline..

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