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Syria: Odds of an incident
#1
There is a little more than 2 months left of this year.
Do you think the odds are more or less than 50% for an "incident" involving Russian forces, and forces of the US or an ally (Turkey, Israel) before years end?
I think the odds are more than 50%, however if it's a small incident (one plane shot down), I don't think it will escalate beyond harsh words, and ambassadors being recalled.
It's still Russian roulette with 2 bullets in the cylinder though.


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#2
I would say greater than 50. I hope not really. I'm not ready for WW3 quite yet.......
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#3
Probably a new year black flag
Or a numbers ritual like November the ninth
These freaks are into numbers and eleven is prominent with them
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#4
i honestly dont understand why we would not work with russia on killing of isis. we worked with them in world war 2. oh wait.....thats right isis is john mccains buddies
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(10-22-2015, 11:51 AM)Motherfucking Don C Wrote: i honestly dont understand why we would not work with russia on killing of isis. we worked with them in world war 2. oh wait.....thats right isis is john mccains buddies

Which is why we don't fight ISIL. I think there will be small skirmishes and saber rattling for some months to come but it will escalate over time.
Of course most of us will be kept busy with bread and circuses.

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(10-22-2015, 11:51 AM)Motherfucking Don C Wrote: i honestly dont understand why we would not work with russia on killing of isis. we worked with them in world war 2. oh wait.....thats right isis is john mccains buddies

I think it boils down to Russia not being under the thumb of western central bankers.


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#7
I haven't payed much attention to this war in Syria until Russia got involved a few weeks ago.
Not sure about odds, but they are definitely higher now. Watch if things escalate or deescalate, Yeah one plane going down won't start ww3, but how many will? I heard Russia will not be able to stay there long, because they cant re-supply their troops very well.
Although Putin is not dumb and probably has some tricks up his sleeve.
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#8
(10-22-2015, 04:55 PM)Rick Farias Wrote:
(10-22-2015, 11:51 AM)Motherfucking Don C Wrote: i honestly dont understand why we would not work with russia on killing of isis. we worked with them in world war 2. oh wait.....thats right isis is john mccains buddies

I think it boils down to Russia not being under the thumb of western central bankers.

Yep. Fuck the bank. I hope I live to see it bulldozed into rubble.
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#9
I'm not so much worried about that, I'm a little more concerned with Iran duping Russia into thinking they are angels and then betraying that trust by nuking dc.
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#10
I would say it's a 100% chance we won't ever know the truth of the situation. That is about all I'm willing to wager on this.
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