(Liberty Bell) – After Joe Biden usurped the presidency, he promised to unite Americans and “build back better” by departing from President Trump’s successful economic policies, unprecedented border security and even the new levels of peace and security in the Middle East.
He’s definitely made good on his promise to abandon the successes of President Trump and within the first year of his regime has all but reversed all the good Trump accomplished and has plunged the US into a spiraling economic downturn.
Aside from destroying our economy and making the world a much less stable place, he’s also made America much less united. Could that be because of his embrace of communism, totalitarianism and the radical left’s agenda?
Talks of a new civil war are a pretty strong indication that America is more divided than it’s been since the first Civil War and that’s solely the result of the Biden regime.
Freelance writer Malcolm Kyeyune submitted a piece to the Daily Mail submitted that focused on the prospect of a new civil conflict in the US, which he described as “not terribly unlikely.”
“How likely is it that there will be some sort of civil conflict in the near or mid future for the United States?” he wrote. “Unfortunately, the correct answer here may very well be that it is not terribly unlikely.”
He noted that it’s significant that America is nearing its 250th birthday, a point at which “empires” either “tend to either slowly — or very, very quickly — fall apart.” Then there is a loss of the “legitimacy of its elite” as well as failing faith in elections.
“America is currently a malarial swamp of strange new faiths, creeds, soothsayers and itinerant prophets; from Q to vaccine scientism to various forms of pseudo-gnosticism centered around trans people,” he explained.
He wrote, “Talk of insurrection, secession, civil conflict and civil war is no longer the chatter of the gullible and the mentally ill. It’s entering the fringes of polite society. Some support this ‘national divorce’; others are opposed to it. Others claim they would actually prefer to declare war on their recalcitrant countrymen rather than let them go their own way unmolested.”
It’s simply not “irrational” to consider such possibilities, “given the times,” he explained. “The year 2021 has thus far been a spectacular year for signs of political decline: the U.S. has now seen all the notable ‘horsemen of the apocalypse’ that historically herald strife and revolution appear, one after another.”
He cited “political division among its elites, increasing loss of legitimacy in the eyes of the population, military defeat abroad, and a new and very ominous crisis in the real economy, with no end date in sight.”
“Any one of these crises would be bad enough on their own; taken together, they represent a truly serious threat to the stability of the current order,” he said.
Take note, the US did not face even a single one of these crises under President Trump. Yet, millions of Americans hated him and still do all because they have been brainwashed by the lying mainstream media propaganda outlets into thinking he was some kind of modern-day Hitler.
These are the same people who have been convinced that the pandemic was real and that COVID has been equally as destructive as the Black Plague.
Kyeyune also highlighted the fact that there is a “misconception” that a civil war would be unlikely because of the strength of the US military and its ability to overcome “even a numerically large, dissatisfied internal population.”
“This is a dangerous misconception,” he said. “While the U.S. military is indeed powerful and lavishly funded, it is a military designed to fight other states. Warfare between states is bound by rules and regulations; it is based on consent. This might seem a strange assertion to make, given that a country cannot just decline a war declaration from an enemy, but it holds true. There’s a formal or informal understanding of who is an actual combatant and who is not,” he explained.
But other warfare might develop in which combatants would not “play by the rules.”
“An insurgency in America has about as much reason as the Native Americans once did to follow the rules of their enemies; they are under no compulsion to wear blinking strobe lights to make themselves easier for the drones to target. And that simple fact means that a counterinsurgency effort in the U.S. is almost certainly doomed to fail,” he warned.
What makes the U.S. military powerful, from high tech weapons to immense power, “are not just useless, but counterproductive,” in counterinsurgency, he said, adding that the military is also not anywhere near large enough.
“During Operation Banner, the British military deployed at most 20,000 soldiers in Northern Ireland to keep a lid on that wayward province. The U.S. armed forces consist of about 1.3 million active duty personnel, but this is spread out over five branches (Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard), and only a small minority of military personnel are actually combat troops. It is thus very unlikely that the armed forces could scramble more than 100,000 regulars willing to do the job of holding an M4 carbine and patrolling down the main street of Anytown, Texas.
“To put that into perspective, Northern Ireland is about 2% the size of Texas,” he said.
And dispatching military units to govern at gunpoint the “very areas” from which they came would provide an “unreliable” force.
“And the more brutality is used against recalcitrant red states, the more these soldiers will be ordered to fight and kill their own friends and family — a recipe for serious mutiny and disobedience,” he said.
The even bigger “elephant in the room” is that soldiers attacking, or ordering attacks, on American civilians would be known very quickly.
Further, he said, “What is significant about America today is not that it’s nearing its 250th birthday, but rather the clear and advanced signs of sickness in the body politic. The ranks of America’s military are now sullen and battered after 20 years of failed nation-building, while its higher officer corps is increasingly alienated from the world of its grunts, mirroring that same cultural, economic and social divide that is currently poisoning civilian life in the U.S.”
He concluded, “If there is one time throughout history where civil wars are actually likely to occur, it is precisely when a delegitimated elite undertakes necessary reforms after letting underlying problems fester for decades. That is when states are at their weakest, and when they are vulnerable to the worst forms of internal disasters. Sadly, that might just be where America is headed today.”
He isn’t far off the mark with this. We can only hope that in 2022, Republicans can take back Congress and bring an end to this current, unchecked lunacy.
President Trump can still fix it and right this ship in 2024, assuming the election is not rigged like it was in 2020. He fixed the US once, he can do it again.
The real problem is that way too many Americans have been convinced that Democrats are working for the best interests of the US and that they’re honest and it’s Trump and the Republicans who are liars and anti-American domestic terrorists.
Unless we can find a way to end the lies, propaganda, and misinformation quickly, civil war just might be on the horizon.
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