Pakistan will be No 1 super power in 20 years

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  1. Indianrabbit

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    World's top 10 Superpowers, 20 Years from Today

    Surprise, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia Yes two great Muslim Nations will be competing for the number one spot, twenty years from now? 20 years ago, the United States and Soviet Union
    were Cold War adversaries. Nobody expected that in five years from then, the Berlin Wall would fall and the Soviet Union would implode. Here is an assessment of the top 10 World Powers.

    10. Brazil
    This country is emerging as the dominant military and economic force in Latin America. It operates the only aircraft carrier outside the US Navy in the Western Hemisphere. Currently, Brazil is trying to build up its forces still more, and is pursuing a program to build a nuclear-powered attack submarine and could be pursuing nuclear weapons development as well.

    9. South Korea
    This country has an indigenous naval program that is quite solid, and one of the better armies in the world. The only thing holding it back is a reliance on foreign designs for aircraft, although it is manufacturing F-16s locally.

    8. Germany
    Despite reductions in the German defense budget after the end of the Cold War, this military has several quality systems (like
    the Leopard 2 main battle tank and the Type 212 submarine). Germany also has had a tradition of effective military forces (just ask the Romans).

    7. Japan
    This is a country which has, with one hand tied behind its back, developed the number two navy in the Pacific Rim, and arguably the second-best air force (tied with China). The only thing that holds Japan back is an apparent lack of desire. Things could rapidly change on that front, though.

    6. Russia
    This country has a lot of nukes, and a lot of bombers. While naval designs (like the Kirov-class battlecruisers and Oscar-class submarines) are good on paper, they still have quality issues, and accidents are not unheard of. Still, this is a country that has some advantages, and is no pushover.

    5. France
    Probably in better shape than what one would expect. This is largely because of the quality of the troops (due to career NCOs). Has remained self-sufficient in terms of producing major weapons systems (see the Rafale), and operates the only CVN outside the U.S. Navy (even though it has had problems).

    4. China
    This is a force that has quantity on its side, and is rapidly trying to improve its quality. Their air force will probably have the largest force of Su-27 fighters in the world (at least 580, compared to the 550 in Russian service). The Chinese navy is rapidly introducing new classed of destroyers and frigates that are close to the quality of American and Japanese surface combatants. That said, it is still behind, and the Chinese financial situation could go downhill
    rapidly.

    3. US
    While it has been historically a superpower, because of its lax morals where women dress sexy, shave their legs and dress scantily to tempt men, reeks of promiscuity. In fact 58.8 % of the unmarried women aged 18 have lost their virginity. This will create a mass exodus in the population to adopt Islam as the religion of choice because Islamic women are not sexy, don?t shave facial hair or the hair on their legs and have sex only after they are married to make babies. Therefore the morals of Islam and Islamic Sharia laws will become dominant. But in the meanwhile this turmoil will be a potent threat to internal stability. Inspite of this, the US has adequate military forces that not only has a tradition of high quality, but can operate half a world away and still accomplish impossible and difficult missions. Sailor for sailor, with the exception of the Pakistani Navy, there is no better navy than the U.S. Navy.

    2. Saudi Arabia ? Probably the most dynamic country in terms of the leaps. Saudi Arabia, supported by its oil dollars is rapidly becoming self-sufficient in a number of areas, and what it cannot produce, it is able to buy. It also has some of the best educational systems and training in the world, and can give an unsuspecting opponent a surprise. Probably the next superpower due to a more firm economic footing, and the fact that its Navy is much more advanced than even China?s. Besides oil the Saudi Arabians have a world wide monopoly on software engineering which is critical in establishing stochastic models for guided missile systems to have near pin point strike capability.

    1. Pakistan ? Even while fighting a war on terrorism, Pakistan is pursuing new technology (such as UCAVs) to maintain an edge over any potential challenger. The forces are well-trained, and the Pakistani Navy is still the most powerful in the world. Pakistan has the biggest and strongest army, navy and air force the world has ever seen. The term superpower greatly understates what the Islamic Republic of Pakistan can do. It is most definitely a hyper-superpower.
     
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    After reading this, I could not stop myself from posting this. I do not want to demean anyone but can nations surpass other nations decades of hard-work so easily? We continue to believe in magic in this subcontinent, we always feel that someday magic will happen and everything will be just about right. I wish we believe more in hard-work then things will be different.
     
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    SATISH DFI Technocrat Stars and Ambassadors

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    Strategypage = Crap page.....well it is more like a forum there...it is for good laughs...
     
  5. LETHALFORCE

    LETHALFORCE Moderator Moderator

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    one simple question how does a country that have no economy become a superpower? the rest of the list for the most part are donors to this superpower
     
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    That was a day dreamers wish, & the one who so ever has written it has got a great sense of humor. :dazed:


    Forget Pakistan being a Super Power, the Question remains is Will Pakistan survive that long as a nation or we see more Independent Nations on the World map.
     
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    tarunraju Moderator Moderator

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    Afghan coke. Nobody can escape it, not even the Pakistanis.
     
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    What fantasy sci-fi movie the article writer had been watching to make such claims, while terrorists are rampaging and civilians are being killed? Oh, I see... he was high on opium. Couldn't he find any legitimate way of extracting opium without actually swallowing the flower whole before making story up with his twisted point of view?
     
  9. LETHALFORCE

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    come on dosen't every superpower startout by getting attacked by drones and losing to guerillas?
     
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    SATISH DFI Technocrat Stars and Ambassadors

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    C'mon people I recommend this thread to the Jokes section....Lets be mature and leave the whole thing right here....
     
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    [mod] strategy page is out of bounds onthis forum. We are not here to waste time on BS articles. Thread closed. [/mod]
     
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