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A post-nuclear post-modern world is ideal for Somaliland

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A post-nuclear post-modern world is ideal for Somaliland

Postby ZubeirAwal » Sun Sep 28, 2014 9:12 am

The inevitable clash between the west (NATO) and Russia is not something that one should be in doubt of, there are a number of reasons why the western powers would want a war with Russia:

- Russia won the proxy war in Ukraine
- Russia annexed Crimea a strategic peninsula in the black sea
- Russia is allied with China, and Iran
- BRICS
The west, spearheaded by the U.S is now carrying out airstrikes in order to effectively 'dismantle ISIS' , for the intelligent ones it doesn't take long to notice that this is all a cover story. The west along with it's Arabian prostitute-nations (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain and Jordan) are all seeking to remove Assad from Damascus. However what follows is not well known, in Assad's place will come a 50% western puppet and a 50% radical, similar to Mohamed Morsi of Egypt, how will this be a benefit to the west? Firstly a 'Sunni' leader in Damascus will disassociate his country from Iran, furthermore he will go as far to side with the west in support of their stance against the eastern powers. What else? Such a leader will possibly have a stance of vigor against Israel's oppression against the Palestinians. What does this have to do with anything? You're right, not a lot, however you can all agree that since the BRICS organization launched their 100$ billion fund in Shanghai, this has posed a major thread to western-dominance over the world, through the medium of the petro-dollar system, the IMF and the world bank.

If developing countries with resources abandon the $ in favor of trading with BRICS countries, this will be the end of western dominance over the world, it will have a massive impact on Wall ST and consequently on all western cities, because the economy is based on fiat currencies that are fragile to the very core, the hegemony of the $ is bound to oil or natural resources and not the gold standard, so if people stop using the $ it simply collapses, the same with other western countries. Before BRICS can initiate this economic checkmate on the west, some say that the west, spear-headed by Obama might initiate a war with Russia to divert this from progressing.

What are the consequences of this war? The west and Russia mutually annihilate each other, the power of a trident missile is 100x stronger than the atomic bomb that was dropped in Hiroshima, imagine if 100's of these landing on Europe, Russia, and America? In the end, the state of Israel possibly could assume world power, how does this benefit Somaliland? In a world no longer worshiping the squint-eyed mongrel Ban Ki Moon or his subsidiary organizations ( WHO, WFP etc.) We are free to firstly establish a horner-super power state, with the gold resources in Maroodi Jeex, minting of hard-currencies can begin, annexing the port in Djbouti will also be a strategic success because we can then force Ethiopia to become dependent to us rather than the other way round.

Two nation's destruction paves the way for our success :Obama:

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Re: A post-nuclear post-modern world is ideal for Somaliland

Postby Talktalk » Sun Sep 28, 2014 9:50 am

War games are fun until somebody gets hurt.

What would a U.S.-Russia war look like?

http://theweek.com/article/index/257406 ... -look-like

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Re: A post-nuclear post-modern world is ideal for Somaliland

Postby Hodan94 » Sun Sep 28, 2014 11:21 am

Is brics those emerging economies like brazil, china India

anyway, yahuud dominance is dangerous for the whole islamic world, our opportunity is now. With the whole esst west crisis and the regrouping of nations of the future cold war, we should take the efforts to try and make links to the east, with the un and west already have grips on koonfur and djibouti we should look for an opposite ally.

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Re: A post-nuclear post-modern world is ideal for Somaliland

Postby LobsterUnit » Sun Sep 28, 2014 11:43 am

Basically, an apocalyptic nuclear war is ideal for somiland.it gets better by the day.

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Re: A post-nuclear post-modern world is ideal for Somaliland

Postby gurey25 » Sun Sep 28, 2014 2:53 pm

zubier if it comes to that somaliland is meaningless,
you should think about all somalis,
nio scratch that you should be concenred about muslims.


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