Discussion in 'World Events' started by clayton, Mar 31, 2010.
none of the above, no one really wins with war,
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There are no winners in a war, only losers and those who lost more.
Well, there's something I think we can all agree on.
Just like there is no good guys and bad guys. Only bad guys and worse guys.
Will there be another world war? Most definitely, I say.
Probably somewhere right as the oil supply is about to run out.
Pretty much, although not necessarily entirely.
Oil is most likely. But don't exclude all posibilities.
99% of the time it is true however, only a few VERY rare instances it is not.
American Revolution: Colonists good, Tyrants bad.
War of 1812: Americans good, British bad.
WWII: Allies good, Axis bad.
Korea: U.N good, Commies bad.
Vietnam: U.N good, Commies bad.
There is more than 1% of proof here.
Out of all the wars in the history on mankind.....
Hmmm. What sort of possibilities?
Communists vs the free world.
Wars in the Middle East over water sources.
A second US Civil War that spreads.
To name a few. No matter how unlikely, any of these could happen.
I meant that what you listed is WAY under 1% if you consider all the wars in mankind, big or small.
No, it would be more around 10%. There haven't been 'that' many wars.
Yes there have been in the entire history of mankind, A LOT more....there are wars that you will NEVER hear about.....
Ever heard of the Barbary Pirates War?
No, what is it?
This goes to show, I know more wars then you think.
It was a war between the U.S Navy and the Barbary Pirates. They were kidnapping U.S sailors off our ships. So we sent 6-8 men a few miles away from the city of the pirates. They marched along with armed natives and attacked the city. They won outnumbered 5-1(estimated). It was considered the first Navy SEAL operation. It was in the 18th century.
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