> One of the officers in the class begins by asking the first question:
> "Will we have to fight in a World War Three?"
> "Yes, comrades, it looks like you will," answers the general.
> "And who will be our enemy, Comrade General?" another officer asks.
> "The likelihood is that it will be China."
> The class is surprised, and finally one officer asks,
> "But Comrade General, we are 150 million people and they are about 1.5 billion. How can we possibly win?"
> "Well," replies the general, "Think about it. In modern war, it is not the quantity, but the quality that is the key. For example, in the Middle East, 5 million Jews have been fighting against 300 million Arabs, ! and the Jews have been the winners every time."
> "But sir," asks the panicky officer, "Do we have enough Jews?"