Phi Beta Iota: if a non-violent revolution cannot occur such as outlined at We the People Reform Coalition, then a violent revolution is virtually certain. The two-party tyranny is oblivious to the 18 veterans a day committing suicide (many others try to commit suicide and fail); the 22.4% unemployment, the radical crash of the lower middle class to the poverty level, and the presence in the USA today of many if not most of the preconditions for a revolution–a civil war not between two territories within a larger whole, but rather a war between classes–the elite and their wanna-be “upper middle class” servants, and the rest of us. It is important to distinguish between a war of secession (more likely) — a new confederation if not new separate nations — and a civil war (restoration of the Constitution and the rule of law versus the current situation).
The Game Starts In 2014 after President Barack Obama is proved to be lying about his not being born in the United States and his being proved on how he had rigged the 2012 elections, securing his power.
This time we will not fight with firearms! Our weapons will be video cameras, keyboards, telephones and pens and paper. No one would want to see a civil war fought with the weapons that are available today. What should the Civil War be about? Restoring our nation to its original form.
In the past year and a half I have felt the sting of unemployment. I have gone hungry and I have had to self medicate for lack of health insurance. I have experienced every terrible emotion out there: fear, anguish, insecurity, depression, rage and even bitter, apocalyptic hatred for those in power who have done these terrible things to my country and my world.
In an alternate timeline of 2009, following George W. Bush‘s eight year term in office, David Jefferson Adams is elected the 44th President of the United States following a disputed election and a tie vote in the Electoral College (and subsequent tie-breaker by the United States House of Representatives), becoming the most unpopular president in U.S. history. A combination of foreign terrorist attacks and poor economic conditions contributes to civil unrest.
The man who predicted the 1987 stock market crash and the fall of the Soviet Union is now forecasting revolution in America, food riots and tax rebellions – all within four years, while cautioning that putting food on the table will be a more pressing concern than buying Christmas gifts by 2012.
MOSCOW — For a decade, Russian academic Igor Panarin has been predicting the U.S. will fall apart in 2010. For most of that time, he admits, few took his argument — that an economic and moral collapse will trigger a civil war and the eventual breakup of the U.S. — very seriously. Now he's found an eager audience: Russian state media.
The Second American Civil War was a war fought between conservative expansionist forces of America, who christened themselves the Empire of the American States, and secessionist liberals who formed the Democratic States of America in what used to be called the United States of America during the beginning of the 21st century. This war is generally considered the most destructive war in American history with higher military casualties than all previous American wars combined, and with civilian casualties exceeding that of the Second World War.
Thomas Chittum's “Civil War II” is not for the weak minded or squemish. Chittum, a retired special forces veteran and freedom fighter, paints a horrfiying, but probable future for the United States as a nation state.Chittum starts out by asking the reader to figure out which “tier” you belong to in the new order. Chittum draws a map of new America showing the probable breakdown of the new ethnic nations: the Northwest and Midwest a white European nation, the South a black one, and the Southwest hispanic.
The Nine Nations of North America is a book written in 1981 by Joel Garreau. In it, Garreau suggests that North America can be divided into nine regions, or “nations”, which have distinctive economic and cultural features. He also argues that conventional national and state borders are largely artificial and irrelevant, and that his “nations” provide a more accurate way of understanding the true nature of North American society.