Waiting for WW III by Doug Casey

Discussion in 'International Current News & Events' started by HozayBuck, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. HozayBuck

    HozayBuck Well-Known Member

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    This is too long to be posted but it really is the best view of the world today that I've read.



    What are the greatest problems facing us today? Domestically, I'd say the continual and accelerating loss of freedom, compounded by the prospect of what I suspect could be the biggest financial/economic crisis of modern times. What might that crisis be like? That's unpredictable, although the odds are it will be unlike any others that are still fresh in people's memories, simply because people tend to be most prepared for the things that have most recently scared them. The big problems usually come from an unexpected quarter, and/or at an unexpected time. Like the monetary crisis of 1998 that materialized in Thailand.

    That said, the question remains of where to look. My guess (although it sounds so unprofessional to use a word like "guess," a government briefing would substitute a phrase like "our research shows" or "expert opinion indicates") is that it will come from outside American borders, in the form of war. War is perhaps the worst thing that can happen, not only for the destruction it will cause in itself, but because it will immensely exacerbate America's domestic problems. As Bourne famously said, "War is the health of the State."

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    Waiting for WW III by Doug Casey