...now back to WWIII.
Lest you think I am making light of that about which I have written on the subject, I am not doing so by mentioning my having to fold the wash. As a matter of fact, my having to do so is analogous to leaders of the free world having other more mundane things to which they need to attend than solely worrying about whether or not we are on the verge of the breakout of a real world war. Truth be told, those other more mundane duties need to be done too, but our leaders best not ignore the threat that is percolating not all that far beneath the surface, and that promises to erupt and catch us sleeping as it did the last time around in WWII or on 9/11. The problem with it catching us sleeping this time around is that many of our allies' countries, and our own country, have been inundated by hordes of vermin who would do us harm in the name of their god or of their countries, or in the spirit of simply being anti-America (or anti-democratic Republic).
All the signs are there, for anyone to see, that a very large wear is brewing, that promises to be the harshest war we have yet faced (I fear it will make our losses in Iraq pale in comparison). No holds will be barred this time around. We will face the threats of nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological strikes, as will our allies. We will face a large number of countries run by fanatics, and populated by the same. We will also be faced with attacks by fanatics who are already within our porous borders. It will, mirror, WWII to a great extent, and it will surpass it in the horrors we are bound to experience. It does not matter much what we do now as to whether or not this war will come, but what does matter now is how we prepare for it. We can be ready to strike with conclusive force in the beginning, or we can again get caught sleeping at the helm. I prefer that we wake up sooner than later and ready ourselves for it, how about you?
All the best,
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