Britain warns of World War III[/rtl]
[rtl]Date: 2019-11-10 11:24 • 356 times read[/rtl]
The head of the British army, General Nick Carter, has warned of a third world war.
Britain's Sunday Telegraph published an article by General Carter entitled "Reckless Russia could mistakenly trigger a new war."
Carter begins his article by quoting the Byzantine Emperor Morius' quote: "The nation that forgets those who defended it will become itself oblivious one day."
Carter quotes the significance of history, which he sees as a lot of people who do not care about his influence on contemporary politics, which he says are the least stable since before the Second World War.
Carter believes that countries such as Russia, China and Iran are inserting themselves in the international political scene, which poses a challenge to Western security and interests, in addition to threatening stability and economic prosperity as well.
"The threat was not limited to countries, but also to organizations that use terrorism to crack down on Western lifestyles like ISIS. This kind of threat to Western values in Europe comes from massive and unprecedented waves of immigrants."
Carter concludes that the West must learn the lessons of history, especially during the period teeming with variables in the current era, which he says are deeper and faster than mankind used in its history except the period of the two world wars.