WW3 When?

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Cavemanman

The Greatest Face in Koridai
#1
Alrighty boys, times are tense.

North Korea has nukes, and china certainly doesn't seem to mind. Yet the USA, Japan, and South Korea certainly do.
Russia is taking bits and pieces of Eastern Europe, and they're right on the line of NATO territory.
ISIS is still waging conflict in the middle east, while they're not being very successful, they still are putting up a fight.

All of this and it seems we're almost at a tipping point, when will it happen and how? What will it contain? And what will be the aftermath?

And don't say "nuclear destruction" cause that's fucking retarded. Honestly how dense are you?
 
#2
Likely when the US decides it's time for "regime change" in North Korea. That's when we'll see hell raining down on all of Asia and later the rest of the world.
 

Fallout God

Fallout God of Assassin's Effect
#4
Likely when the US decides it's time for "regime change" in North Korea. That's when we'll see hell raining down on all of Asia and later the rest of the world.
Yeah, then China will invade Anchorage for their oil pipeline, which will lead to America annexing Canada XD

But in all seriousness you're right, that will be the spark to the dynamite. Afterwards, who knows what will happen?
 
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#5
Yeah, then China will invade Canada Anchorage for their oil pipeline, which will lead to America annexing it XD

But in all seriousness you're right, that will be the spark to the dynamite. Afterwards, who knows what will happen?
Seoul will go up in flames and Korea will become the Middle East.
 

Kkgames35

Known Poster
#8
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Eddie

The Writer
#10
I don't know if it will, I think if it does go into WW3 that it won't last long because it will be nuclear, and I think every major country is to afraid to do. China doesn't care if NK threatens America, but they will care if they try to shoot a nuke, because I'm sure they don't want to start WW3 because they don't want to die, and it wouldn't be good for their economy
 

Arch

Known Poster
#11
I don't think we'll have a world war in quite some time, we know how incredibly devestating a world war would be for all parties, so it would be stupid to have a war..but war often lack reason.
 

Ahab

Known Poster
Premium Member
#12
I think most likely we will continue to see a ramp up in terrorism. More likely than an all out World war is that these small nations continue to threaten and support terroists. If we do end up engaging in a war, it is more likely to be a repeat of Iraq and Afganistan where the larger nations mostly sit back or give minimal support. I think that when the cards are down, china wont support NK. Now that dosent mean they WILL support the US. Just that they will likely sit back and let NK make its own bed.
 

guul66

Funk Police, Anti-Edgy department
#13
Things have to change a lot for a world war.

Russia can't take on NATO for shit rn and probs more to profit from trade rather than conquering areas and having to deal with insurgents.

NK is kinda fukd if they continue their edgy teen additude.

Middle East is kind of messy but its always been doubt that will lead to a World War, only a war of half the world vs a strongly muslim nation.
 

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