Doomsday war games: Pentagon's 3 nightmare scenarios

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  1. average american

    average american Senior Member Senior Member

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    Pentagon planners have plenty to deal with these days – Iran in search of nuclear-weapons technology, suicide bombings in Afghanistan, and the final pullout of US troops in Iraq potentially leaving behind a security vacuum in the Middle East. But in war games in Washington this week, US Army officials and their advisers debated three nightmare scenarios in particular. Here are the doomsday visions that Pentagon planners have been poring over:

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    And these three are ?
     
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    Dovah Untermensch Senior Member

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    1. Paki collapse.

    2. Rise of Militant China.

    3. Collapse of North Korea.
     
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    W.G.Ewald Defence Professionals/ DFI member of 2 Defence Professionals

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    Maybe Obama will regret winning the election if any of these emerge.
     
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    At the same time, China’s young male population is rising, the result of China’s one-child policy and widespread selective abortions that favor male offspring.

    Now girls are at a premium, leaving many young men unmarried and suffering “from low self-esteem, and feel[ing] alienated from (and rejected by) ‘mainstream’ society. Some scholars, studying the consequences of historical cases of profound sex-ratio imbalances, argue that this situation may set the stage for high levels of internal stability,” the scenario warns.




    This is really funny but could be true. Hahaha!
     

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