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#377 - That is very true, but China is, in my opinion, only allies wi…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/09/2013 on Money -1
User avatar #382 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
It's really hard to tell how it would play out. So far, China is the only one who I think could hold off the US, but there's no telling what could set them off. Though, they do seem to be waiting for the right moment to go for a land grab, which worries me because that's how things start going downhill.
#434 - anonymous (03/09/2013) [-]
Naaaaw, is america scared? No wonder since you FUCKED UP at the least 5 countries -.-
#357 - I will concede the fact you have a good point there, but like …  [+] (4 new replies) 03/09/2013 on Money 0
User avatar #361 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
Well, the constant dilemma is that it is favorable to cut back some so that the budget (Which is a laughable term) is slackened a bit, but then you run the risk of countries doing like Germany did and biding their time until they have a threatening force. It's an ongoing struggle between many hypothetical scenarios. Honestly, I'm rather scared of China more than North Korea or Iran or whatever extremist country. Not because they're crazy, but because they're allies with people who might instigate a war. And China's military might not have the resources we do, but they have manpower. And they have so much money sitting around that they could easily acquire large masses of military assets. If North Korea attacks South Korea- that becomes a problem. If for some reason Japan and China come to blows, I see that as an even bigger problem. Luckily, the people in China are smart enough to know the potential of such a war, and the negative implications it would have for all involved.
User avatar #377 - belzb (03/09/2013) [-]
That is very true, but China is, in my opinion, only allies with North Korea because of their "communist" ties. China stopped being a communist country when they opened up their borders to international trade, because that is not what Mao Zedong wanted. I think, like you said, the Chinese are too pragmatic to support North Korea if they went to war but I do agree with your sentiments about war between Japanese and the Chinese especially since China claims the South China sea which is of course debatable, because as far as I know a country can claim the sea forty miles out from their land but beyond that it is international waters.
User avatar #382 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
It's really hard to tell how it would play out. So far, China is the only one who I think could hold off the US, but there's no telling what could set them off. Though, they do seem to be waiting for the right moment to go for a land grab, which worries me because that's how things start going downhill.
#434 - anonymous (03/09/2013) [-]
Naaaaw, is america scared? No wonder since you FUCKED UP at the least 5 countries -.-
#344 - Of course it serves a purpose in providing support and intimid…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/09/2013 on Money -1
User avatar #351 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
Well, that's trying to apply logic to an extremist group, which is a lost cause. I won't try to analyze how or why Al-Qaeda or the Taliban or what have you have or haven't attacked us. But even nations that aren't full of terrorist groups still back off because they know that an invasion of another nation won't be taken lightly by the US, or the rest of the friends at NATO. The US military has reached a point where people don't really see or sometimes understand its current job. Yes, it's a powerful war machine and always will be. But aside from that it serves as a deterrent to potential aggressors of other nations. It is costly to maintain the presence, but ultimately the monetary aspect doesn't even begin to amount to avoiding a potential WWIII. We learned just what happens when you let an aggressive country cut loose back in the 30's, and WWII happened. History has shown that someone has to keep things in check, and the job has landed on the shoulders of the US.
User avatar #357 - belzb (03/09/2013) [-]
I will concede the fact you have a good point there, but like I said before I am very skeptical of war between nations that actually have that kind of capacity for war to jeopardize the security of the planet. North Korea is a weak little bastard child, and so is Iran, if we crushed all MILITARY resistance in Iraq in a couple weeks then I would argue that we do not need such an extensive military force and presence. But if a WW3 scenario is what we're talking about I suspect nuclear weapons will be involved, and if that's the case I agree with the idea of mutually assured destruction, if a war in these times got that big that is the inevitable result. P.S. i gave you a thumb for your good point.
User avatar #361 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
Well, the constant dilemma is that it is favorable to cut back some so that the budget (Which is a laughable term) is slackened a bit, but then you run the risk of countries doing like Germany did and biding their time until they have a threatening force. It's an ongoing struggle between many hypothetical scenarios. Honestly, I'm rather scared of China more than North Korea or Iran or whatever extremist country. Not because they're crazy, but because they're allies with people who might instigate a war. And China's military might not have the resources we do, but they have manpower. And they have so much money sitting around that they could easily acquire large masses of military assets. If North Korea attacks South Korea- that becomes a problem. If for some reason Japan and China come to blows, I see that as an even bigger problem. Luckily, the people in China are smart enough to know the potential of such a war, and the negative implications it would have for all involved.
User avatar #377 - belzb (03/09/2013) [-]
That is very true, but China is, in my opinion, only allies with North Korea because of their "communist" ties. China stopped being a communist country when they opened up their borders to international trade, because that is not what Mao Zedong wanted. I think, like you said, the Chinese are too pragmatic to support North Korea if they went to war but I do agree with your sentiments about war between Japanese and the Chinese especially since China claims the South China sea which is of course debatable, because as far as I know a country can claim the sea forty miles out from their land but beyond that it is international waters.
User avatar #382 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
It's really hard to tell how it would play out. So far, China is the only one who I think could hold off the US, but there's no telling what could set them off. Though, they do seem to be waiting for the right moment to go for a land grab, which worries me because that's how things start going downhill.
#434 - anonymous (03/09/2013) [-]
Naaaaw, is america scared? No wonder since you FUCKED UP at the least 5 countries -.-
#330 - But let's actually discuss this interesting topic. 03/09/2013 on Money 0
#328 - But at what point does the military spending become superfluou…  [+] (9 new replies) 03/09/2013 on Money 0
User avatar #341 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
I'm sorry, but the only reason we haven't had multiple 9/11's is because we have a strong global presence. Everywhere. The only thing stopping countries like Iran and North Korea is the fact that we have the capability to crush any threat at any time, anywhere. I'm not saying that every military action the US has taken has always been right, because it hasn't. But trying to deny that our military serves a vital purpose to the world is completely asinine.
User avatar #344 - belzb (03/09/2013) [-]
Of course it serves a purpose in providing support and intimidating our rivals, the reason we haven't had multiple 9/11s is not because of a global military presence but rather our invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan and putting significant pressure on terrorist groups operating there, having military bases in Europe and Asia doesn't deter terrorist groups because if it did 9/11 wouldn't have happened in the first place.
User avatar #351 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
Well, that's trying to apply logic to an extremist group, which is a lost cause. I won't try to analyze how or why Al-Qaeda or the Taliban or what have you have or haven't attacked us. But even nations that aren't full of terrorist groups still back off because they know that an invasion of another nation won't be taken lightly by the US, or the rest of the friends at NATO. The US military has reached a point where people don't really see or sometimes understand its current job. Yes, it's a powerful war machine and always will be. But aside from that it serves as a deterrent to potential aggressors of other nations. It is costly to maintain the presence, but ultimately the monetary aspect doesn't even begin to amount to avoiding a potential WWIII. We learned just what happens when you let an aggressive country cut loose back in the 30's, and WWII happened. History has shown that someone has to keep things in check, and the job has landed on the shoulders of the US.
User avatar #357 - belzb (03/09/2013) [-]
I will concede the fact you have a good point there, but like I said before I am very skeptical of war between nations that actually have that kind of capacity for war to jeopardize the security of the planet. North Korea is a weak little bastard child, and so is Iran, if we crushed all MILITARY resistance in Iraq in a couple weeks then I would argue that we do not need such an extensive military force and presence. But if a WW3 scenario is what we're talking about I suspect nuclear weapons will be involved, and if that's the case I agree with the idea of mutually assured destruction, if a war in these times got that big that is the inevitable result. P.S. i gave you a thumb for your good point.
User avatar #361 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
Well, the constant dilemma is that it is favorable to cut back some so that the budget (Which is a laughable term) is slackened a bit, but then you run the risk of countries doing like Germany did and biding their time until they have a threatening force. It's an ongoing struggle between many hypothetical scenarios. Honestly, I'm rather scared of China more than North Korea or Iran or whatever extremist country. Not because they're crazy, but because they're allies with people who might instigate a war. And China's military might not have the resources we do, but they have manpower. And they have so much money sitting around that they could easily acquire large masses of military assets. If North Korea attacks South Korea- that becomes a problem. If for some reason Japan and China come to blows, I see that as an even bigger problem. Luckily, the people in China are smart enough to know the potential of such a war, and the negative implications it would have for all involved.
User avatar #377 - belzb (03/09/2013) [-]
That is very true, but China is, in my opinion, only allies with North Korea because of their "communist" ties. China stopped being a communist country when they opened up their borders to international trade, because that is not what Mao Zedong wanted. I think, like you said, the Chinese are too pragmatic to support North Korea if they went to war but I do agree with your sentiments about war between Japanese and the Chinese especially since China claims the South China sea which is of course debatable, because as far as I know a country can claim the sea forty miles out from their land but beyond that it is international waters.
User avatar #382 - tombombadil (03/09/2013) [-]
It's really hard to tell how it would play out. So far, China is the only one who I think could hold off the US, but there's no telling what could set them off. Though, they do seem to be waiting for the right moment to go for a land grab, which worries me because that's how things start going downhill.
#434 - anonymous (03/09/2013) [-]
Naaaaw, is america scared? No wonder since you FUCKED UP at the least 5 countries -.-
User avatar #330 - belzb (03/09/2013) [-]
But let's actually discuss this interesting topic.
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