10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years

10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years

10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years – The future is uncertain, some countries may not survive another two decades. Join us on our speculative list of 10 countries most likely to collapse within 20 years. *REMEMBER* this list is speculative, and just because a country may collapse in 20 years, doesn’t mean that it will, or that we want it to. With that out of the way, enjoy! This video is drawm solely my opinion drawn from my personal knowledge, and is my own original work.

10. Spain
9. North Korea
8. Belgium
7. China
6. Iraq
5. Libya
4. The Islamic State
3. United Kingdom
2. United States
1. Maldives

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  1. The countries that will be destroyed under around 5 years are USA and allies like UK, Japan, Australia, lots of European countries in the 3rd war; all in one day, NY city in one hour … Coming soon near you. – Rev.18

    The countries that will remain after the 3rd war will be, Russia and Russian allies like; China, North Korea, and soon other countries that will join Russia, like Cuba, Mexico(Thanks 2 trump), Venezuela(Thanks 2 trump), along with Central America; perhaps India, since Russia and India are good friends.

    After that, because Israel, Russia will be destroyed.

    Keep watching the real news…

  2. (Ik it's been 4 years but)
    WOAH WOAH WOAH? IRAQ?
    bruh I live in iraq and I gotta tell ya something ,all what ya said is currently false/wrong ,the kurds ,shi'as and arabs are living fine and happily with no economic fails currently ,also I gotta remind that iraq is kind of one of the most wealthiest countries becuz of its oil.

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