March 13, 2019
America is not even winning in simulations now. Flooding the military with transgender freaks was definitely a bad idea.
Scary World War III ‘wargames’ show U.S. forces crushed by Russia and China in certain hot spots around the globe.
Research organization RAND has run dozens of wargames simulating major conflict scenarios in what it describes as Russia and China’s “backyards.” The wargames suggest that the U.S. forces in those locations would get attacked by a vast array of both conventional and cyber weapons.
RAND Senior Defense Analyst David Ochmanek discussed the simulations at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) in Washington D.C. last week. “In our games, where we fight China or Russia … blue gets its a** handed to it, not to put too fine a point on it,” he said, during a panel discussion. Blue denotes U.S. forces in the simulations.
“We lost a lot of people, we lose a lot of equipment, we usually fail to achieve our objectives of preventing aggression by the adversary,” Ochmanek added during the CNAS discussion.
So pretty much like every other war the United States has fought for Israel then?
Based on the wargames, a clash with Russia in the Baltic states would result in the rapid defeat of U.S. forces and their allies, Ochmanek told Fox News. “Within 48 to 72 hours, Russian forces are able to reach a capital of a Baltic state,” he said. On the other side of the world, a Chinese invasion of Taiwan, while a massive military gamble for China, would also pose a huge challenge for U.S. forces in the area, according to Ochmanek.
Russia and China have amassed large inventories of precision-guided cruise missiles and ballistic missiles that can reach hundreds of miles and strike military targets, the researcher said. Set against this backdrop, U.S. military outposts and aircraft carriers in the contested regions could face a potential devastating barrage of missiles.
In RAND’s wargames and analysis, Russia, and particularly China, unleash so many missiles that they overcome U.S. defenses. “They send salvos that are so great that we cannot intercept all the missiles,” Ochmanek said.
“For a sustained investment of an additional $8 billion a year between 2020 and 2030, the U.S. Air Force could buy the kit needed to make a difference,” he said, noting that similar sums would be required for the Army and Navy.
Oh, there it is.
We should stop wasting money in being Israel’s personal army.
Why are we even talking about this?
Who the fuck even wants to fight the Chinese and the Russians? They’re great people, and we’re not even on the same continent. The whole reason there’s animosity between us is because of the scheming Jews puppeteering our politicians for decades.
It’s time to stop paying for all of this shit we don’t need and start paying our people.
This is Yang Country now, and everyone will get $1000.
Can you think of any war fought by America that actually benefited Americans?
This Jewish insanity has to stop.