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  1. Could World War III begin with tensions between the West and the People’s Republic of China? For decades, we’ve complacently sold out entire industries, natural resources and high – priced real estate to China in return for cheap products from the Asian economic juggernaut. A nation we long viewed as a benign trade ally has morphed into a tyrannical beast hell – bent on world domination. Following the brutal suppression of protests in Hong Kong, the People’s Liberation Army sets its sights on Taiwan. The stifling hot and muggy day Mark Haines received the highly – coveted globe, anchor and eagle following 13 weeks of pure Hell at Parris Island, the newly minted U.S. marine never believed he would ever find himself in the bull’s eye of World War III. As the first wave of PLA forces disembarks along the Taiwanese west coast, the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit and the entire U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet moves out of Okinawa for a protracted war against the world’s largest military. Amazon Kindle: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B086LBY9GH Clash_of_Dragons_animated_cover.MP4
  2. Yes, that is a great way of putting it. A growing number of media outlets are stating that either the Chinese Communist Party knew about this virus, or were actively involved in designing it as a weapon against western economies. Now, the more pressing question is; what will come out of this? Will the US and NATO and their allies some day go to war against China? It does seem unlikely, but with the never ending trade war (including two of my fellow Canadian citizens who languish in a Chinese prison on trumped up espionage charges), the Hong Kong Protests, threats to Taiwan and now this, all bets are off. But hopefully not.
  3. Best of luck to my American brothers and sisters. This fight isn't merely an American or Canadian one, but a global fight.
  4. I'd like to see every western nation get their inalieable rights restored.
  5. The best collection of military terminology I've seen yet.
  6. Regulations on law abiding citizens doesn't work. The gun control experiment has been a total failure around the world.
  7. I see the joke in this. I don't think though that the North Koreans are that stupid.
  8. Our freedom is never free. As Ronald Reagan once said; "freedom is never more than one generation from extinction." It is our job as citizens of western nations to always be vigilant and keep our elected representatives accountable. 

  9. Quebec has been talking about secession for years. But that has been waning over the past two decades or so.
  10. And number two. I have worked as a journalist for the past 10 years and am very interested in and versed in world politics and affairs. One can't help but notice that the world is in the most unstable state that it's been in since the end of World War II. Needless to say, there's been lots of inspiration to write both fiction and non fiction. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H18BXDG
  11. Here is the first entry into the series. When the Guns Were Turned On Us. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A1IWX78
  12. I am at present writing a book series set in a future North America run by an authoritarian regime. It's based on the North American Union conspiracy. One of the books is set in Washington State and deals with militia groups resisting gun confiscation.
  13. Interesting article. In April 1861 the South Carolina militia exchanged the first shots of the Civil War with Major John Anderson's Union forces who at the time were in Fort Sumter. I'm not American, but know a great deal about American politics and history. Will the U.S. survive another 100 years? What are your thoughts?
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