The Course of World War III
March 11, 2014
The Common Sense Show
The world sits upon the precipice of World War III. The programs are printed and the players have been identified. The coming global conflict is divided into two camps, the BRIC nations and the USA and her allies and both sides are preparing to go toe-to-toe. The following is a breakdown of the relative strengths of each side and a discussion about the likely course of events given the relative military strengths of each side.
Comparative Conventional Military Strength Between the BRIC NATIONS AND USA ALLIES
The United States and her allies have a decided advantage of quick strike, long range battlefield capabilities because of superior aircraft and carrier strike capabilities. The BRIC nations have an advantage with manpower, rocket propelled weapons and tanks. The USA and her allies cannot win a sustained battlefield campaign because of the attrition factor. The Chinese have demonstrated the ability to negate the United States Navy’s technological advantage through the use of killer satellites.