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Will the Syrian incursion lead to escalation or not

1 Syrian Incursion was a simulation and escalation is a possibility with the danger to the use of nuclear weapons
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25%
options Options can be changed at any time. Choose one option
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No votes
2 Syrian incursion was based on real geopolitial, concerns preconstructed collusion in ideology by members Russia and the U.S. was planned.
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No votes
3 No ideologic basis is present, and Trump did not use Syria to deflect his problems at home
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No votes
4 Trump used the Syrian issue to deflect his political problems at home
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75%
 
Total votes : 4

Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to escalati

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 12:36 am

This poll has four choices. Mark only one choice according to your best judgement.

One is based on the the idea that the present foreign incursions are due in large part for the Trump administration to deflect from his internal national problems, and the charges against the Assad regime may have been conveniently taken up t this time.

The next possibility is that this is a real crisis, whereby choice one and two both carry the possibility of escalation with unprecedented possibility of using nuclear weapons.

The third idea is that Syria has been posing a threat for years and it is timely to act to prevent further trouble. The apparent newly evolved mistrust between Russia and the U.S. was a simulated deception.

Lastly this choice consists of a view which sees no motive or trouble ahead regardless whether this action may lead to an opening to the North Korean issue


It is dotted that the four choices may have overlap, and those can be implied into the other choices without a need to have separate choices for them, or taking a position where the choices could nullify all or part of those choices
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Re: Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to esca

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 12:46 am

jerkey wrote:This poll has four choices. Mark two choices according to your best judgement.

One is based on the the idea that the present foreign kincursions are due in large part for the Trump administration to deflect from his internal national problems, and the charges against the Assad regime may have been conveniently taken up t this time.

The next possibility is that this is a real crisis, whereby choice one and two both carry the possibility of escalation with unprecedented possibility of using nuclear weapons.

The third idea is that Syria has been posing a threat for years and it is timely to act to prevent further trouble. The apparent newly evolved mistrust between Russia and the U.S. was a simulated deception.

Lastly this choice consists of a view which sees no motive or trouble ahead regardless whether this action may lead to an opening to the North Korean issue


It is dotted that the four choices may have overlap, and those can be implied into the other choices without a need to have separate choices for them, or taking a position where the choices could nullify all or part of those choices
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Re: Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to esca

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 12:48 am

jerkey wrote:This poll has four choices. Mark only one choice according to your best judgement.

One is based on the the idea that the present foreign incursions are due in large part for the Trump administration to deflect from his internal national problems, and the charges against the Assad regime may have been conveniently taken up t this time.

The next possibility is that this is a real crisis, whereby choice one and two both carry the possibility of escalation with unprecedented possibility of using nuclear weapons.

The third idea is that Syria has been posing a threat for years and it is timely to act to prevent further trouble. The apparent newly evolved mistrust between Russia and the U.S. was a simulated deception.

Lastly this choice consists of a view which sees no motive or trouble ahead regardless whether this action may lead to an opening to the North Korean issue


It is dotted that the four choices may have overlap, and those can be implied into the other choices without a need to have separate choices for them, or taking a position where the choices could nullify all or part of those choices
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Re: Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to esca

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 12:53 am

Please use the open option if You feel an option has been left out
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Re: Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to esca

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 1:05 am

jerkey wrote:
jerkey wrote:This poll has four choices. Mark two choices according to your best judgement.

One is based on the the idea that the present foreign incursions are due in large part for the Trump administration to deflect from his internal national problems, and the charges against the Assad regime may have been conveniently taken up t this time.

The next possibility is that this is a real crisis, whereby choice one and two both carry the possibility of escalation with unprecedented possibility of using nuclear weapons.

The third idea is that Syria has been posing a threat for years and it is timely to act to prevent further trouble. The apparent newly evolved mistrust between Russia and the U.S. was a simulated deception.

Lastly this choice consists of a view which sees no motive or trouble ahead regardless whether this action may lead to an opening to the North Korean issue


It is dotted that the four choices may have overlap, and those can be implied into the other choices without a need to have separate choices for them, or taking a position where the choices could nullify all or part of those choices
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Re: Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to esca

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 1:07 am

jerkey wrote:
jerkey wrote:This poll has five choices. Mark two choices according to your best judgement.

One is based on the the idea that the present foreign incursions are due in large part for the Trump administration to deflect from his internal national problems, and the charges against the Assad regime may have been conveniently taken up t this time.

The next possibility is that this is a real crisis, whereby choice one and two both carry the possibility of escalation with unprecedented possibility of using nuclear weapons.

The third idea is that Syria has been posing a threat for years and it is timely to act to prevent further trouble. The apparent newly evolved mistrust between Russia and the U.S. was a simulated deception.

Lastly this choice consists of a view which sees no motive or trouble ahead regardless whether this action may lead to an opening to the North Korean issue


It is dotted that the four choices may have overlap, and those can be implied into the other choices without a need to have separate choices for them, or taking a position where the choices could nullify all or part of those choices
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Re: Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to esca

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 1:44 am

jerkey wrote:This poll has five choices. Mark only two choices according to your best judgement.

One is based on the the idea that the present foreign incursions are due in large part for the Trump administration to deflect from his internal national problems, and the charges against the Assad regime may have been conveniently taken up t this time.

The next possibility is that this is a real crisis, whereby choice one and two both carry the possibility of escalation with unprecedented possibility of using nuclear weapons.

The third idea is that Syria has been posing a threat for years and it is timely to act to prevent further trouble. The apparent newly evolved mistrust between Russia and the U.S. was a simulated deception.

Lastly this choice consists of a view which sees no motive or trouble ahead regardless whether this action may lead to an opening to the North Korean issue


It is dotted that the four choices may have overlap, and those can be implied into the other choices without a need to have separate choices for them, or taking a position where the choices could nullify all or part of those choices
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Re: Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to esca

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 1:45 am

jerkey wrote:
jerkey wrote:
jerkey wrote:This poll has five choices. Mark two choices according to your best judgement.

One is based on the the idea that the present foreign incursions are due in large part for the Trump administration to deflect from his internal national problems, and the charges against the Assad regime may have been conveniently taken up t this time.

The next possibility is that this is a real crisis, whereby choice one and two both carry the possibility of escalation with unprecedented possibility of using nuclear weapons.

The third idea is that Syria has been posing a threat for years and it is timely to act to prevent further trouble. The apparent newly evolved mistrust between Russia and the U.S. was a simulated deception.

Lastly this choice consists of a view which sees no motive or trouble ahead regardless whether this action may lead to an opening to the North Korean issue


It is dotted that the four choices may have overlap, and those can be implied into the other choices without a need to have separate choices for them, or taking a position where the choices could nullify all or part of those choices
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Re: Will present hawkish attitude in the US may lead to esca

Postby Meno_ » Sat Apr 08, 2017 4:06 pm

An afterword to point to the connection between the escalation and the events:

The word escalation itself used in this poll did not define it in definite terms of political, military or tactical implications, but it's just as well because in this way it underlines the modus operans of his this government operates in the first place: using appearances and manufactured reasons to prop up democratically linked procedures.

It fits the pattern. The escalation in terms of bolstering hedges against the snowballing of suspicion is tied to all of the political and military implications that can effect and be effected by this administration

Again it is not a comment on the value of the rightness or wrongness of any formulated view, as has been pointed out, and the state of the present administration. Opportunism and advantage seeking in the present context of the state of this union should carry no positive or negative opinions to Trump, who is doing what those who elected him think he should be doing

In that sense, the only objection to his presidency should be deficiencies that the role of president has may have suffered by his filling that role, and not an ad hominem attack on his person.

That may offer an opportunity to give a sense of objectivity to this, whether the process is escalating or diminishing the level of present outrage over his general handling of the executive function of government.
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