Which nation poses the greatest threat to world peace?

Posted by: Rezamee

Whether it be economicaly, militarily, or diplomatically.

29 Total Votes

The United States of America

11 votes

Russian Federation

10 votes
1 comment

North Korea

3 votes


2 votes


1 vote

Saudi Arabia

1 vote

Peoples Republic of China

1 vote

The European Union

0 votes


0 votes


0 votes


0 votes


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PetersSmith says2015-10-06T02:22:52.0596188Z
Rezamee says2015-10-06T02:32:26.4068221Z
God damn it.
PetersSmith says2015-10-06T02:33:00.3374746Z
Rezamee: Your god cannot save you now.
Rezamee says2015-10-06T02:35:20.1941641Z
@PeterSmith Sorry about that, I guess the way I worded it, it didn't tell me a poll like this has all ready been created.
PetersSmith says2015-10-06T02:44:06.3766828Z
Rezamee: It usually never tells you. It doesn't really matter anyways, so long as the poll isn't like made within the week the similar poll was made.
Heterodox says2015-10-06T14:39:57.6173185Z
Why don't you ask this question when world peace is actually a thing?
Rezamee says2015-10-06T16:02:33.2583532Z
@Heterodox As of 2015 most the 'wars' being fought are either rebel insurgencies or civil wars, there is no war currently taking place between two nation states. One can argue that the 21st century, so far, has been extremely peaceful.
UtherPenguin says2015-10-06T23:54:13.0133782Z
@themightyindividual How is the US a stupid option? They have declared more wars in the past 20 years than Russia had in the past 70. They have helped find terrorist groups, overthrow governments and are the only country in human history to have used nukes against a foreign country. Asides fromm Crimea, what country's has Russia invaded in the past 20 years?
themightyindividual says2015-10-07T00:02:15.8508831Z
To UtherPenguin: The U.S. invades countries not to conquer them but because they have totalitarian regimes that support terrorist organizations that target Americans. The U.S. helped dissolve the U.S.S.R. Which is the reason why RUSSIA HAS NOT INVADED ANYONE IN 20 YEARS. However, they are waiting for the U.S. to drop it's guard (it is starting to already) so it can reform the Soviet empire it once had. That is the threat I am talking about.
UtherPenguin says2015-10-07T00:09:57.5743063Z
@themightyindividual Iran had a fully democratic government before the US helped organize a coup that installed a dictatorial Shah. They invaded Iraq unprovoked over claims that have been later proven to be false. By invading Iraq they helped breed the circumstances that allowed terrorist groups like ISIS to arise. Russia has not invaded a single country aside from Crimea. If the Russians wanted imperialism, then they would have done so a long time ago.
themightyindividual says2015-10-07T00:16:15.8638992Z
To UtherPenguin: If you are referring to the 2003 invasion of Iraq, that was justified because the terrorist organization al-Qaeda was based there at the time of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the WTC. Even though the specific people had moved somewhere else after a while, the invasion was the right decision. The only reason it ended in the creation of ISIS is because President Obama withdrew the U.S. too quickly and left the war half over (a bad decision in any case). Once again, Russia is messing with the U.S. to see how we would react to a westward or southward expansion.
triangle.128k says2015-10-07T00:16:38.0184070Z
@UtherPenguin That was the UK that started it, they just convinced USA that they were communist so the USA helped the UK.
58539672 says2015-10-07T00:17:11.2591441Z
@UtherPenguin The Soviets did try... Remember the whole "Communist Bloc" thing. Poland, East Germany, Greece, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, the Balkans, Afghanistan and every other former satellite state was conquered by the USSR. They were way more imperialistic than the US.
themightyindividual says2015-10-07T00:20:46.8663620Z
The U.S. scared Russia more than the U.K. and that is why the U.K. was basically the inside intelligence man in the cold war.
UtherPenguin says2015-10-07T00:32:06.2212073Z
@triangle.128k All Iran was doing was trying to nationalise it's oil industries, that is quite far from anything resembling communism, The US was most likely aware of that. Did Iran try to resditribute property? No. Did they raise taxes on the wealthy? No. Did they in any way associate themselves with communism? No. The coup was meant to protect western oil intrests since the Shah was essentially a western puppet.
UtherPenguin says2015-10-07T00:34:30.6928812Z
@58 The west has created similar blocs as well, NATO, the EU are all aliancestors comparable to the Warsaw pact. Alliances like that have existed since the cold war.
UtherPenguin says2015-10-07T00:39:53.5026119Z
@58 Most of the Soviet sattilite states were a part of Russia before the communist revolution, when Russia was an actual empire alongside most European countries. Also tother places like Poland and East Germany were conquered during WW2. When most Allied countries were also taking slices of Germany after the fall of the Nazis.
58539672 says2015-10-07T01:12:15.8273944Z
@UtherPenguin Much of the territory that Russia conquered from the Germans (and a little from the Japanese) was supposed to be given their independence with the borders that the had before the war. The west agreed to this plan and followed through with it. The USSR didn't. The government in Moscow installed their own communist puppet states in each of their newfound territories and did make some advancements after the war (China being the largest). Any form of protest to the newly installed governments was meet with brutal violence that can be seen in a laundry list of revolts throughout the satellite states (The Warsaw pact fought their own members more than it fought anyone else).
58539672 says2015-10-07T01:13:39.6634066Z
@UtherPenguin On the topic of Iran, the one who started it all was... British Petroleum (thanks BP).

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