If World War 3 Break-out where will you go?


World War 3 isn’t something that we want to happen. But looking at When recent chain of events regarding China and Russia simultaneously boosting their military and Putin evacuating 40 million of his citizens in a ‘Drill’, we’d probably suggest you read on.Below is the top 10 safest countries to be if World War 3 breaks out, is your country on the list?
World War 3 is certainly something none of the average people around the world want to happen. But looking at current events with the U.S., Russia and China, and Putin now doing major evacuation drills of 40 million of his citizens, we’d probably suggest you watch this video.Operation Strikeback
Main article: Operation Strikeback
This was a major NATO naval exercise held in 1957, simulating a response to an all-out Soviet attack on NATO. The exercise involved over 200 warships, 650 aircraft, and 75,000 personnel from the United States Navy, the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy, the Royal Canadian Navy, the French Navy, the Royal Netherlands Navy, and the Royal Norwegian Navy. As the largest peacetime naval operation up to that time, Operation Strike-back was characterized by military analyst Hanson W. Baldwin of The New York Times as “constituting the strongest striking fleet assembled since World ar

Another senior U.S. official told CNN’s Barbara Starr the U.S. assessment is that Turkey’s cross-border action is largely about trying to stop Kurdish action. “The Turks never cared about Jarablus until the Kurds wanted to get there,” the official said.

So now the Turks have declared open season on the Kurds in northern Syria, and the Syrian Kurds are treating this move as “a declaration of war”:

Spokesman for the YPG Kurdish militia, Redur Xelil, called Turkey’s move “blatant aggression in Syrian internal affairs.” Aldar Xelil, another influential Kurdish politician, accused Turkey of initiating an occupation of Syria, saying the operation amounted to “a declaration of war” on the autonomous administration set up by Kurdish groups in northern Syria in 2011.

According to the Turkish government, Operation Euphrates Shield will “create a safe zone” that will be 90 kilometers long and 40 kilometers wide that stretches roughly from the town of Jarablus to the town of Marea.

That is a massive amount of territory, and this basically shows that the Turks plan to set up shop there permanently.


One Response

  1. Seal-ed says:

    I want to be at ground zero. That way I don't have to live through the aftermath and the sooner I can get off this rock the better 🙂

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