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China and Japan Talk War

Joe 145 Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 9:04 AM
When resources are scarce, men become more expendable. China has plenty of men, some say too many already. Toss in economic downturn and the stress may reach a breaking point.
Paul237 Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 9:21 AM
That breaking point has come and gone. China is at this time getting ready for war and when it breaks out every one is going to feel it and how. All the pacific nations will be drawn into it in some way shape or form. Then china more than likely will decide to use their tactical nukes and that's all she wrote we will be in a nuclear war, and it WILL be china starting it, after that the middle east will get into it and here comes the end. IN war no one wins we all loose in one way or another.

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