posted on Aug, 13 2016 @ 07:25 PM
My initial response to the question posed in this thread was, "killary gets elected". That is pretty much it. Oversimplified, but accurate.
If killary is elected I believe there will be a class war and a race war in this country. Her pandering to minorities and illegals to get the vote
count needed to win is, in a sense, disenfranchising legal citizens and Caucasians. Her willingness to sell out anything and anyone for the greater
good of killary will have her aligned with those who can provide her what she desires most - power. She will not find those people at the bottom of
the food chain. They are the fodder.
Once destabilization begins the economic collapse will become evident, or vice versa. One will surely bring about the other, in whatever order they
occur. That will trigger global problems in a world in which the US is already viewed as a nation causing more problems than it solves. With internal
turmoil, economic disaster looming, and our military spread thin, we will be a good target for anyone with an axe to grind and the ability to do
Add to that the ever-present threat of terror and you have the recipe for a genuine disaster. Imagine the possibility of any nuclear capable nation
sneaking a suitcase bomb into the US through mexico. Not terrorists, another nation. With no ballistic trajectory to trace the only way to identify
the source would be the radioactive signature. Even that could be disputed, and would likely be claimed as stolen or misappropriated and the host
nation could theoretically escape blame. Either way, the damage has already been done and pointing fingers would be a waste of time in light of more
dire conditions demanding attention. History will sort out who was to blame. But in the mean time, hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people
have died and the world as we know it no longer exists. Then comes the detritus of the initial attack, famine, disease, and so on. Imagine the great
depression with no soup lines... In a time when four of five people were part of a family in which no one was employed they were still better off than
we will be in this scenario.