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Message Subject WORLD at WAR, Official 2012 Thread (TO BE CONTINUED) Israel, Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, PA, Egypt, Libya, Pakistan, North Korea, Russia, China, U.S.
Poster Handle ClydeX
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I am easy tonight, staying away from the local street corners though, yes I agree with you all. First somewhere in the thick of things one can gain useful intelligence data equal to alphabet agencies by reading some GLP threads, though lacking the taps and satellites put us at a disadvantage. However we can gain insight like who is bugging out to Denver.
Next, Israel is prepping for the day of. By cleaning up the neighborhood around Gaza, Israel is gaining some safe space and limiting the problems of Gaza when the Hezbollah attack happens. Israel at least will have Gaza either under marshal law if she takes back the strip under her authority or at least keep the missiles to a low roar . There had been talk of moving the northerner in a war to the middle of the country, that is more likely if the southern missiles cannot reach that location. Next, limiting Terror is good no matter what, but it is all for an eye on the ultimate game, defeating Iran at real chess. Israel is currently on a path to take out not just pawns, but a rook and bishop. That helps when the queen will be at play with the Hezbollah.
 Quoting: MIL MAN

 Quoting: Steve5728

I concur, I'm the same way tonight....But those damn knights placed in the center of the board/theatre always cause unwanted damage.. Usually takes a tier 1 move/team to take the knights out..
 Quoting: jw2305

Goofy Thum
 Quoting: MIL MAN

Another analogy is taking care of the fox problem so that your chickens are safe before heading out on a hunt for the mountain lion that's threatening your herd on the back 40.
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