Yes, after posting I realized we're really just saying the same thing.Trevor wrote:That's essentially what I said. They think they can beat us easily and don't understand what the consequences of their actions will cause. Makes me wonder if we'll try appeasement the first time they attack someone or if we'll feel like we have no choice but to defend them. What I meant was that even if neither side intends it, it could end up being MAD in the final stages of the war.
It'd also make an interesting fictional scenario. I have a book about this topic.
We didn't have the will for war leading up to WWII either... but was increasingly worrying about Japan. Notice the similarities? It's eerie.Trevor wrote:What I'm noticing is that our population has little will for another war, but at the same time, we're becoming increasingly worried about China. It could go either way, but right now, my money would be on appeasement.
I've completed it, but it isn't published yet. I'm hoping to do so by the end of the year. Each of us have our own talents when it comes to warning people; this happens to be mine. Besides, I want to accomplish something before I get shipped to the front lines.
You must still be fairly young. I'm 44 and served 8 years on active duty... So I'll get to sit this one out (but might decide not to, if I truly am able to contribute! lol).Trevor wrote:I've noticed it as well. Not only that, but many are blowing off the threat that China poses to us. Hopefully, we won't be quite as blind as we were before. This is going to be a lot more difficult, though. Japan was never able to match our industry; China can. The only good thing is that if I manage to survive, I'll never have to go through it again.
aedens wrote: I will lose my own money all by myself with the cheerfull and useless idiots we are are suffering.
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