Author Topic: The Inevitable American Civil War in the 21st Century  (Read 4531 times)

Offline s3779m

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Re: The Inevitable American Civil War in the 21st Century
« Reply #30 on: October 05, 2019, 07:18:57 AM »
Correction: Trump has not broken a single promise, but you knew that when you lied.
I know you don't know this because you don't want to know the truth, but the Dims won the house because the Right refused to support the RINO already seated and up for reelection.
Do some research, all those Congress critters walked away from a cushy job, but why would they do that? Because they knew TEA was never going to support them, so instead of humiliation at the ballot box, they took their reelection treasure chest and ran away.

No, the Dims only won because the other team didn't show up. The House is on very fragile ground and will most likely flip because of all the bone headed moves the Dim party is making, that, and the TEA side is going to be supporting candidates that support Trump.
Do you have any clue how many libs have #walkedaway from the Dim party? You will soon enough. :biggrin:

Honestly, did you really know none of this?
Doesn't go with "feelings".

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Re: The Inevitable American Civil War in the 21st Century
« Reply #31 on: October 05, 2019, 07:27:10 AM »
Doesn't go with "feelings".
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

That's it in a nutshell. They HATE Trump so much, they fail to see what's really taking place.

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Re: The Inevitable American Civil War in the 21st Century
« Reply #32 on: October 12, 2019, 01:00:55 PM »
An Americn civil war would be decided by  what happens to the American military. If  it remains united and obedient to its commanding officers, it would quickly crush any armed civilian group. If not, then the outcome of a civil war would be determined by which side received the allegiance of its majority, unlesss the surrounding social disintegration was so great that the military just fell apart.

At the moment, the officer corps' allegiance is to the existing government, and will continue to be so so long as that government has democratic legitimacy. A government with contested legitimacy, or two rival woul-=be governments --a dual-power situation -- would be another matter.

Constttutionalists/patriots must not be suckered into a position in which they are seen by the majority of Americans as challenging a government with democratic legitimacy, no matter how much they are provoked.  We cannot win -- in any sense of that term -- without first having the support (active or passive) and/or neutrality of the majority of the American people. 

This requires patience, and 'fire discipline'.

In the meantime, every patriot should, if under the age of 36, join the National Guard, if he or she is not already a veteran or on active dury. The possibility of enlisting in the State Guard, if your state has one, should also be explored. If there is a volunteer civilian police support group, and/or an Emergency Response group, you should be in that. Finally, every patriot should be in the local militia, assuming it's a legitimate and sensible one.

Beware of provocateurs.  Our watchwords must be 'legal, peaceful, and orderly'.  The other side will move heaven and earth to demonize patriots as terrorists, crazies, racists, white supremacists.  They are utterly unscrupulous, and will seek to create evidence for these slanders. We must not fall for their provocations.
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