WORLD WAR THREE
CLIMATE & FOOD INSECURITY COULD TRIGGER WWIII - As desertification, erodes the area for the growing of crops, food insecurity will begin to raise tensions, as will the energy crisis - as the population continues to grow, demanding more of the planet - that it simply cannot provide. The oceans are now loaded with plastic toxins, making fish potentially carcinogenic and a dangerous source of protein. Whereas, humans represent a last resort, and a huge source of protein, that Sweeney Todd and Margery Lovett found sold well in Fleet Street, London, as pork and veal pies. As in tradition, those failing to address political issues, should go into the pot first.
COP 26 is rapidly turning into FLOP27. The disclosure of documents from many countries churning out beef, cutting down rain forests, scamming with cryptocurrencies and either burning or exporting, coal, oil or gas, tells it like it is. The big players are fighting shy of committing to binding targets aimed at reducing greenhouse gases. China is exporting cheap goods made from burning coal, while enjoying a building boom and vast computer networks chewing through coal-generated electricity for bitcoin mining. Alok Sharma and any remaining responsible counties don't have a prayer in the face of such refusal to change over to zero carbon tech.
One way of dealing with the Climate Nazis is not to import of export any goods to or from them. This would entail the good-guys improving home grown agriculture and ties only with countries with zero emission pledges. The same applies to goods such as computers and electric cars, where almost all lithium batteries are Made in China. You may agree that drastic action is necessary. In which case it's simple. Don't buy anything that comes from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China or Russia. Insist on domestically produced goods. Insist that your country has such policies. We are on a war footing at Defcon 1.
World War III, also known as the Cyber War
World War III (WWIII or Third World War) is a hypothetical conflict that denotes a successor to
World War II (1939–1945). The conflict would be on a global scale, with common speculation that it would likely be a nuclear war and devastating in nature.
But, is that a likely scenario. Far more likely and eminently more
practical in terms of inhabiting the planet after the event, is a way of
exerting influence that will not harm the planet itself - for that would
be counter productive of any Fourth Reich scenario, though, in that
scenario humans (ordinary humans) may well be expendable.
FIRST STRIKE SUPREMACY
United States and the USSR stood down from Cold War status, but only
because they could not achieve a convincing victory over the other side.
The technology to give one side the edge now exists in undeveloped form,
but is economically within the grasp of emerging nations that might
benefit from annihilating the super powers, to give them a chance a world
domination. The test will come when food
and water becomes scarce as the population
grows out of control.
Norman Podhoretz in his World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism has suggested that the Cold War can be identified as World War III because it was fought, although by proxy, on a global scale, with the main combatants, the United States and later
NATO, and the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact countries providing political, military and economic support while not engaging in direct combat. Eliot Cohen, the director of strategic studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins
University, declared in the Wall Street Journal, a little more than a month after the attacks on the twin towers and the Pentagon, that the struggle against terrorism was more than a law-enforcement operation, and would require military conflict beyond the invasion of Afghanistan. Cohen, like Marenches, considered World War III to be history. "A less palatable but more accurate name is World War IV," he wrote. "The Cold War was World War III, which reminds us that not all global conflicts entail the movement of multi-million-man armies, or conventional front lines on a map."
In a 2006 interview, U.S. President George W. Bush labeled the ongoing War on
Terror as "World War III"
Historical close calls - Cold War
Before the end of the Second World War, British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill was concerned that, with the enormous size of Soviet forces deployed in Europe at the end of the war and the perception that the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was unreliable, there was a serious threat to Western Europe. In April–May 1945, British Armed Forces developed the Operation Unthinkable, the Third World War plan; its primary goal was "to impose upon Russia the will of the United States and the British
Empire." The plan was rejected by the British Chiefs of Staff Committee as militarily unfeasible.
1969: According to historian Liu Chenshan, at the height of the Sino–Soviet border conflict, Soviet officials drew up plans for a nuclear attack against China. The United States, however, refused to remain neutral in such a conflict, threatening to launch a full-attack against the Soviet Union in such an event.
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